Pastoral

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  • Pastoral
    • Then thou art damned
      • Act 3, Scene 3
      • Touchstone
      • Alliteration: then thou
      • Statement: declarative tone
    • I thought that all things had been savage here
      • Act 2, Scene 7
      • Orlando to Duke Senior
      • Tone: Surprised, relief
      • Beginning of longer speech
    • A fool, a fool; I met a fool i'th'forest
      • Repetition: used for exaggeration
      • Semicolon: collection of thought
      • Act 2, Scene 7
      • Jaques to Duke Senior about Touchstone
      • Ellipsis
      • Ironic: Duke Senior would know who Touchstone is
    • Sir, I am a labourer: I earn what I eat [...]
      • Act 3, Scene 3
      • Corin to Touchstone
      • Alliteration: earn, eat
        • Not plosive, but calm
      • Address term: Sir
      • Asyndetic listing to be followed
        • Beginning of longer list
    • In respect it is private it is a very vile life
      • Act 3, Scene 2
      • Touchstone to Corin
      • Part of a longer list separated by colons
      • Alliteration: very vild
    • Here live and die a shepherd
      • Orlando to Oliver
      • Act 5, Scene 2
      • Contrasting: live and die
      • Binary Opposites: live and die
    • The boy is forest born
      • Status given by birth place
      • Declarative toe
      • Orlando
      • Act 5, Scene 4
    • Are not these woods more free from peril than the envious court
      • Duke Senior to his follower
      • Act 2, Scene 1
      • Alliteration: free from, than the
      • In style of a question
      • Asked to the audience
    • Cleanse the body of the infected world
      • Act 2, Scene 7
      • Jaques
      • Metaphor: infected world
      • Hyperbole: you can't physically ';cleanse' the body
      • Is S telling the audience they live in an infected world
    • Duke Frederick, hearing how that every day men of great worth resorted to this forest
      • Act 5, Scene 4
      • Jaques
      • Alliteration: hearing how, to this
      • people go to the forest to ''find' themselves
      • Forest Arden is like the Forest of Eden
      • People of the court go to the pastoral
      • S is giving a message
  • Are not these woods more free from peril than the envious court
    • Duke Senior to his follower
    • Act 2, Scene 1
    • Alliteration: free from, than the
    • In style of a question
    • Asked to the audience

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