she throws upon a man so sweet a look
" (Antonio) Act 1 Scene 1
" (Ferdinand) Act 2 Scene 5 "
some of you give entertainment for pure love; but more, for more precious reward
" (Bosola) Act 2 Scene 2
giv'st my little boy some syrup for his cold
" (Duchess before death) Act 4 Scene 2
She and I were twins
" (Ferdinand) Act 4 Scene 2
You violate a sacrament o'th' Church
" ACT 4 Scene 1(Duchess to Ferdinand)
A03: King James I England
I have not been at confession This two years"
(Cariola) Act 4 Scene 2
Bosola's love for reward "
whose throat must I cut
?" (Act 1 Scene 1)
- Context and its significance and influence on text
A04- Connections across texts
A01- Personal and creative responses to texts
A05- Different interpretations
This Lime Tree Bower My Prison (1797)
my gentle hearted Charles !
- Poem written to Charles Lamb, Coleridge is missing a walk with his friends he follows their walk in imagination"
Links to other friends - influence from William Wordsworth
- ANTONIO+DELIO / DUCHESS+ Cariola
" Almighty spirit"
"wide wide heaven"
AO3: Coleridge was profoundly religious, argued himself out of a Unitarian position into a Trinitarian one. Staunch defender of the Christianity concept of God
AO4: Religion dominant in Websters Malfi, Cardinal, Catholics vs Protestants,
A03: Romanticism Period influenced by nature
"That nature ne'er deserts the wise and pure'
"thou blue ocean"