Flashcards in Power/Control Deck (12)
HGD, Quote about Felix feeling guilty about keeping Miranda trapped
What has he been thinking -- keeping her tethered to him all this time?...
Yes, he loves her, his dear one, his only child.
rhetorical question → Felix's inner conflict
novel → Felix's inner conflict
HGD, Quote about Felix telling his reflection to be straight
*Shoulders straight*... Suck it up he orders his grey reflection
italics → relates theatre to his life
novel → internal dialogue and conflict
diction → flawed version, inner conflict
HGD, Quote about saying theatre isn't a republic, it's a monarchy
The theatre isn’t a republic, it’s a Monarchy
art/theatre theme → director has power
metaphor → director has power
HGD, Quote about snake-eyes saying that the exposition in The Tempest is boring and changes it
Ha. He’s cutting me out. How fitting for Antonio...
Rethink, reframe. All right, let’s hear it
We call this ‘Evil Bro Antonio'
Novel → see Felix's paranoia and inner conflict
Colloquial language → Reimagining
HGD, Quote about Felix discussing what the '9th prison' is
He’ll be forced to re-enact his feelings of revenge, over and over. It would be like hell
simile → Biblical allusion
Intertextuality → Homage to Shakespeare
HGD, Quote about Felix questioning who owns the play
“It’s not my play… It’s our play… Does he believe this? Yes. No. Not really.
TMP, Quote about Caliban being subject to a tyrant
Subject to a tyrant
TMP, Quote about Caliban and how he'll kill Prospero
Batter his skull... Paunch him with a stick
Action → brutal imagery
TMP, Quote about the Kings about to die and stuff
The Kings and Princes at prayers!
All is lost! To prayers to prayers!
People bow to higher being → context of Great Chain of Being
TMP, Quote about Prospero giving up his magic
This rough magic...
I'll break my spells...
I'll drown my books
Symbolism, items are symbols of power → returns to humanity
TMP, Quote about Prospero being invisible with music
*Solemn and strange music*, Prospero on the top (invisible)
stage direction → Prospero sounds divine and powerful