1. Using Northrop Frye’s terms and his definition of comedy, explain how the play Romeo and…


1. Using Northrop Frye’s provisions and his determination of comedy, teach how the dramatize Romeo and Juliet could be characterized as a comedy up to the end of the Second Act. Then teach how and why the dramatize becomes a affliction in Act 3. Also, recount me the contrive of your idol film or TV comedy, and using his provisions, teach how it fits or doesn’t fit to Frye’s determination. Romeo and Juliet are comedy consequently at the end they win and get married notwithstanding the dissension betwixt their families. 2. Referencing the end of developed exhibition betwixt Allure and Viola in Shakespeare in Love… Will: You allure never fall for me, or die. Viola: Nor you for me. Write me well! …teach how the film and Shakespeare’s “Sonnet 18” direct the corresponding THEME. In detail, teach how the film’s dual-contrive constituency (i.e., it has two stories going on) grows out of this thesis. 3. List two things that Queen Elizabeth decides or does at the end of Shakespeare in Love that illusion her duty as a deus ex machina.