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dramatic function of fairies in selected plays.
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Thesis (M.A.)--Shakespeare Studies, University of Birmingham, 1992.
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Its revelatory function plays an integral role in the narrative and an examination of the spectacle in that light offers possible answers to many of the troubling aspects of the poem, including why the Fairy King abducts Heurodis, why he releases her, and why the poet glosses over Orfeo's reunion with Heurodis in favor of his reunion with the.
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Shakespeare introduced fairies and magical events in some of his best plays such as A Midsummer Night’s Dream () and The Tempest (), the trend in English society was.The objectives that are checked are those selected for teaching and/or reinforcement in the The students will: √√ sustain belief in the dramatic situation √ develop belief in own roles and accept/respond to others in role √ use language purposefully when speaking and writing in role respond in a variety of ways to plays they.Sometimes the stories are about fairies or other magical creatures, usually for children.
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