This essay underlines the original Shakespearean exploration of the unstable boundary of the life/death opposition in plays such as Romeo and Juliet, and Cymbeline. This issue is connected to Shakespeare’s ongoing interest in the analogy between sleep and death which in these plays allows for the postulation of a liminal state.Through the performance of phenomenological death.

Motionless Bodies: Shakespeare's Songs for Sleep and Death

CUTOLO, Raffaele
2016-01-01

Abstract

This essay underlines the original Shakespearean exploration of the unstable boundary of the life/death opposition in plays such as Romeo and Juliet, and Cymbeline. This issue is connected to Shakespeare’s ongoing interest in the analogy between sleep and death which in these plays allows for the postulation of a liminal state.Through the performance of phenomenological death.
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Shakespeare, Songs, Sleep, Death, Body
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