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  1. Tom Phillips, British artist and polymath who playfully painted over the pages of a Victorian novel – obituary. Most famous for his long-running project A Humument, he was the second living ...

  2. It was in ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ Shakespeare’s first tragedy, that he proved himself p. 55 the possessor of a poetic and dramatic instinct of unprecedented quality. In ‘Romeo and Juliet’ he turned to account a tragic romance of Italian origin, which was already popular in English versions. Arthur Broke rendered it into English verse from ...

  3. He says that there’s ‘no art / To find the mind’s construction in the face’ (Duncan, 1:4). When Lady Macbeth and Macbeth begin to plan Duncan’s murder, they decide to hide their intents through ‘false face’. Macbeth’s face is said to be like ‘a book’ and he needs to ‘look like th’innocent flower’ (Lady Macbeth, 1:5).

  4. The frequent question marks which punctuate 'Ode on a Grecian Urn' are used to break up the flow of the poem. When analysed for its use of iambic pentameter (which is used to make the poem feel like a stream of thought as Keats observes the urn), the questions he asks are representative of his grappling with mortality. This hinders his ...

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