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The language of Shakespeare. Pattern and imagery. Examine the conversation below between Puck (servant of Oberon, King of the fairies) and a Fairy. What do you notice?. Puck How now, spirit; whither wander you? Fairy Over hill, over dale, Through bush, through briar, Over park, over pale,

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The language of shakespeare

The language of Shakespeare

Pattern and imagery


Examine the conversation below between Puck (servant of Oberon, King of the fairies) and a Fairy.What do you notice?

Puck

How now, spirit; whither wander you?

Fairy

Over hill, over dale,

Through bush, through briar,

Over park, over pale,

Through flood, through fire -

ABAB


Now consider a later part of the fairy s speech has anything changed
Now consider a later part of the Fairy’s speech. Has anything changed?

And I serve the Fairy Queen,

To dew her orbs upon the green.

The cowslips tall her pensioners be;

In their gold spots you see –

Those be rubies, fairy favours;

In those freckles live with savours.

I must go seek some dewdrops here,

And hang a pearl in every cowslips ear.

Farewell though lob of spirits; I’ll be gone.

Our Queen and all her spirits come here anon.

A

A

B

B

C

C

D

D

E

E

RHYMING COUPLETS


Here is the complete fairy speech what do you notice about lines 5 and 6
Here is the complete Fairy speech. anything changed? What do you notice about lines 5 and 6?

Over hill, over dale,

Through bush, through briar,

Over park, over pale,

Through flood, through fire -

I do wonder everywhere

Swifter than the moon’s sphere,

And I serve the Fairy Queen,

To dew her orbs upon the green.

The cowslips tall her pensioners be;

In their gold spots you see –

Those be rubies, fairy favours;

In those freckles live with savours.

I must go seek some dewdrops here,

And hang a pearl in every cowslips ear.

Farewell though lob of spirits; I’ll be gone.

Our Queen and all her spirits come here anon.

Half rhyme


Select your anything changed? favourite line from this conversation and draw it. Add the line from the text interestingly onto your illustration.

‘And I serve the Fairy Queen,

To dew her orbs upon the green.’


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