Year 12 Shakespeare and Atwood Multimodal Presentation | Textual Conversations

Year 12 Shakespeare and Atwood Multimodal Presentation | Textual Conversations



[Applause] good evening viewers this is Timothy Miller tonight on Channel four News our panel will be discussing that notably distinguished The Tempest by the great play writer William Shakespeare and the prestigious hexade by the great modern writer Margaret Atwood we had the opportunity to see Margaret at the University of New South Wales campus to our luck our team accepted an opportunity to see what she discussed during her visit and an opportunity to ask her questions this is footage by our team on Monday what do you mean there's no video what what there's no I am terribly sorry for the delay all the video is just coming it's what the age of the characters who are they really and starting at the end with that very peculiar epilogue which ends with the three were and set me free I think what are you what are you asking to be set free from I realized everybody in the play is in prison that's why it's that into prison every single one of them is imprisoned in some way so there is a reason why objectively that might be a good setting welcome back to the studio Thank You Margaret viewers I urge you to read an article titled dialogues between Shakespeare and atwood until then during Atwoods discussion with UNSW members she discussed felix from her novel as a metaphor for her own contextual perspective regarding contemporary society she considered and altered this character from The Tempest for spirits one of the concepts discussed widely towards these respective texts include the physical Shakespeare is related textually to Prospero and Felix is also related textually to Shakespeare all three of these characters forcefully give up way of life this being Shakespeare's dramatic writing prospera's magic and Felix's artistic writing however there's ad words appreciation of The Tempest deeply resonated with her unique context and values of forgiveness displayed through Sparrow which entwined into Felix's life this question can be answered very simply through the previous interview with library at one observes a death to each character and appropriate Felix to match values displayed by Prospero this illuminates characteristics that resonate with Margaret's own context and displays and loads offering prison and failures of her life and early career we will now transfer over to magical Sports High School where we will be interviewing Patrick Franco about his understanding of Margaret Atwood hi Patrick I attend it's nice to meet you I know you but yeah I do know you wanted to ask you about Margaret Atwood and what do you know about her I have no idea who that is but actually just on YouTube growing up you know not saying that also pretty much she's like this but so pretty much he's um he's he's only 30 it's amazing deal we apologize for the technical difficulty at the variety event that's the program for tonight thank you for your company good night

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