Quote by William Shakespeare: “Foolery, sir, does walk about the orb like the ...”
The Role and Function of Feste in William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night
Markus, Zoltan University of Birmingham. The thesis analyses fool-characters and comic structures in Shakespeare's three plays-each play representing a different dramatic genre. The chapter on Hamlet primarily focuses on Hamlet's fool-role originating from his "antic disposition. Sir Toby Belch, as a Lord of Misrule, and Feste, as a professional jester, are the central characters in the analysis.
I have been meaning to write about our favourite quote from a long time now. This was a picture I took in Stratford a couple of months — the birthplace of Shakespeare. I like the way the entire town has aspects of shakespeare, right from his house to the roads that have these small statues and below each one of them, there is a stone writing of some famous bits from his great works. And we present one such here today. Coming to think of it, I guess it is one truth we all can relate to. Esp the times we get to sit on the high horse and an extremely convincing fool is trying to push his views on others.
Twelfth Night- Literature Cape Unit !
Post a Comment. Reading the World. Monday, October 5, Foolery, sir, does walk about the orb like the sun, it shines every where. This is just one of many instances in which the clown makes a fool of other characters. He has private conversations with most of the main characters.