A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Day Two Slide Show ENGL 305 Dr. Fike. Reminders. The tardy and absence policies are now in effect. If you arrive late, you must see me at the end of the hour so that I convert your absence mark to a tardy mark.
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Day Two Slide Show
When I do count the clock that tells the time
When I | do count | the clock | that tells | the time
An iamb is a foot (a unit of metrical measurement) that consists of an unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable.
An iambic pentameter line has 5 iambs.
Ordinarily we use a flattened “U” and an acute accent mark to indicate unstressed and stressed syllables.
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Daryl Sharp, C.G. Jung Lexicon:
--Northrop Frye, The Argument of Comedy
Damnèd spirits all,
That in crossways and floods have burial,
Already to their wormy beds are gone.
For fear lest day should look their shames upon,
They willfully themselves exile from light
And must for aye consort with black-browed night.
Athens represents consciousness, and the moonlit woods represent both aspects of the unconscious mind. The archetypal material of the collective unconscious can be accessed in three compatible ways—through dream, via the imagination, and in visionary experience. Woven into Bottom’s vision, however, are suggestions of a paranormal experience that transcends the mind’s conscious awareness of unconscious content. Through Pauline allusion and Puck’s mention of the “morning lark” (4.1.93), a symbol of the “reasonable soul’s” upward journey “toward God” (Olson, “Court Marriage” 115), Shakespeare augurs a mystical realm that transcends the psychological. Like Paul, one can access it while still alive with the help of the Holy Spirit, but imagination may enable something similar. To the extent that the archetypal is spiritual, what Jung calls the “active imagination”—a “switching off [of] consciousness, at least to a relative extent,” meaning presumably a switching off of reason (CW 11, 875/537)—enables transcendent experience. Reason inhibits spiritual revelation.
--Dr. Fike, A Jungian Study of Shakespeare:The Visionary Mode