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The Blog with '...an attitude!!!'

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Taking on a Commentary on Shakespearean Critism, topic: "The gendered subjects of shakespearean soliloquy",

["...Shakespearean verse, as John Barton remarks, gives the actor "stage directions in shorthand". He offers examples throughout 'Playing Shakespeare': mono syllables demand more rapid delivery; shared lines tell the actor to pick up the cue. Such stage directions create individuated patters of speech and structure representation of the social categories of class and gender...

They are perhaps most subtly directorial in soliloquies. A soliloquy, by convention, allows an actor to establish a priviledged relation to the audience, either to tell the character's side of the story by creating the illusion of interiority or to restructure the theatrical event by breaking through the dramatic fiction...

But Shakespeare's female charaters are rarely alone on stage and more rarely do they address the audience directly. When they do, the convention of the soliloquy are regularly adapted to the female character, revealing the extent to which the Shakespearean soliloquy is ordinarily gendered as male."]

Would we think that Romeo was more important than Juliet??? And why would we want to make a distiction??? If God tells us to love everyone, than we would we want to put people in groups??? The desired and the undesired??? Now we do this all the time!!! Now we don't want to have a child predator as you childrens baseball coach!!!...

But taking as side trip, I was remembering Miss Diaz who played the movie "Solome" to potray the kind of woman, a man would admire, and the world love Solome, a computer program to get esteem!!! I really enjoyed that movie with...I forgot his name...he is famous...I can't remember now!!!...

But should we make distictions??? Does God make distiction and or play favorites??? Now should we love the wickes who hurt people??? And who hasn't hurt someone as sometime, and or even yesterday of this past morning??? But is life a play where we put people in roles and what we should expect out of them???...

Is life a theater, a mystical story that will have a perpertual happy ending??? Now God is not unfair!!! He says, "All that thirty come and take of the tree of life freely!!! What is wrong with God open bar for to drink and have a feast with him??? Come all you who are weary and heavy burdened I will give your rest!!!...

No. God will not be held accountable for those who refuse his ticket name Christ to Glory!!! But no!!! God does not make distictions and neither does he play favorites!!! He says that if I scoff, nobody but myself will suffer the consequences and we don't want to go to that place...

May you be blessed. Amen.

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