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永恒的伊甸园——莎士比亚十四行诗中的花园意象 [3]

论文作者:www.51lunwen.org论文属性:硕士毕业论文 thesis登出时间:2017-11-30编辑:lgg点击率:4489

论文字数:38596论文编号:org201711241653543595语种:英语 English地区:中国价格:$ 66

关键词:英语毕业论文莎士比亚十四行诗花园意象

摘要:本文是英语毕业论文,本文的结语部分总结并升华了整篇文章的主要内容和观点。花园作为莎士比亚十四行诗中反复出现的意象,不仅是诗歌叙述和修辞的手段,而且将诗中的美、时间、爱情这三大主题紧密联系起来,丰富和完善了整个诗集的叙事结构,从而使十四行诗及诗中的友人达到了永恒,折射出莎士比亚独具一格的诗学思想与美学追求。

l the diversity,continuity and unity of cosmos. Northrop Frye, based on the theory of the Great Chainof Being, classifies the world into five layers of world: divine world, human world,animal world, vegetable world and mineral world. As Frye further puts it, the divine andhuman worlds are similarly identical with the others, and with each individual within it.To be more specific, by analogy between vegetable world and human world, gardencorresponds to society of man, and one tree corresponds to one man.17Under theinfluence of traditional cosmology, it is commonplace for Renaissance writers tocompare man to garden imagery, thus constituting the traditional “garden-man” analogy.Garden, a significant part in the layout of one’s residence, is a fabulous place forconsolation and admiration. Since poetic garden resembles actual garden, gardens inliterary works present us purification of mind as well as sensual pleasure. What beyonddoubt is that, the Garden of Eden before the fall of man is the most fascinating andquintessential garden in the western literature. It is an archetype of beauty whereflowers and trees grow in flourishment; it is a model of harmony where all livingcreatures coexist in happiness and order; and it is a paragon of eternity where all thingspreserve in their prime forever. Obviously, garden in most cases, is endowed with suchcharacteristic as beauty, tenderness and fragility, which is similar with that of woman.Therefore, in order to eulogize the attractiveness of the wooed woman, it is ubiquitousfor Renaissance writers to adopt garden imageries to describe the face of a woman, thusdeveloping the tradition of “garden-face” analogy. 
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Chapter Two The Lost Eden: the Garden of Time.....28
A. The Prelapsarian Garden: theAbsence of Time........28 
B. “Devouring Time” and “Fading Sweets” .........31 
C. “Eternal Lines”: Ways to Defy Time.......35 
Chapter Three The Eden Regained: the Garden of Love....42 
A. The Love-GardenAnalogy from Classics to Renaissance Literature.........42 
B. Love’s Libra: “the BetterAngel” and “the Worser Spirit”..........45 
C. Love’s Pilgrimage: the Way to the Eternal Garden............49 

Chapter ThreeThe Eden Regained: the Garden of Love

A. The Love-GardenAnalogy from Classics to Renaissance Literature
It is commonplace that garden is associated with love in the western literature. Inthe Graeco-Roman culture, love is personified as Cupid or Venus, both of whom arewidely acknowledged as the god or goddess of love.2Cupid is often depicted as a plumpnaked boy with wings and a bow and arrow. It is said that once man is shot by Cupid’sarrow, he shall fall in love. The image of the love god can be found in the Greek poetLegouis’s lyrical verse. There was a garden of pleasure in which a lovely boy flittedfrom branch to branch like a nightingale and his wings hung at his shoulders with a bowand two arrows. Every day this boy bathed himself in the spring of the garden, the spiltwater hosed down the whole garden and thus flourished flowers and trees.3Obviously,the boy is Cupid and the garden where the boy dwelled is the garden of love. However,the detailed descriptions of the garden of love date from Claudian’s “Epithalamium” in which the garden of Venus is presented. Venus, in Roman mythology, is not only thegoddess of love and beauty, but also that 论文英语论文网提供整理,提供论文代写英语论文代写代写论文代写英语论文代写留学生论文代写英文论文留学生论文代写相关核心关键词搜索。
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