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By Jane Kingsley-Smith

Exile defines the Shakespearean canon, from the 2 gents of Verona to the 2 Noble Kinsmen. This booklet strains the impacts at the drama of exile, analyzing the felony context of banishment (pursued opposed to Catholics, gypsies and vagabonds) in early glossy England; the self-consciousness of exile as an amatory trope; and the discourses wherein exile may be reshaped into comedy or tragedy. throughout genres, Shakespeare's performs display a fascination with exile because the resource of linguistic problem, formed by way of the utterance of that note "Banished".

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However, Shakespeare and his contemporaries had also inherited a definition of ‘vox’, the voiced sound of language, as material formed from the striking of air. The medieval grammarian, Priscian, in his Institutio Grammaticarum, attributed to the voice height, width and length: all properties of matter. 18 Moreover, the physicality of language could be assumed because of its ability to affect matter. Neoplatonic magic depended on the communication between words and things: words could raise tempests, afflict the body with sickness or health, inspire love or hatred.

Perhaps a reference in the 1592 edition of Diana draws attention to this exile: the Epistle to the Reader refers to the sonnets being ‘left as Orphans’. ’12 It may be that Constable’s readers, within the private circle “Banishe`d”: Linguistic Crisis in Romeo and Juliet 37 afforded by manuscript, were encouraged to view the sonnet sequence as connected with the exile of its author. Yet there is little in the sonnets themselves to anticipate such a reading. The opening sonnet, in particular, elides any literal context.

As of a morning foule, ensues an evening fayre, So banisht hope returneth home to banish his despayre. (1,483–6) Where Brooke deadens the effect of ‘banished’ upon Romeus by such frequent metaphorical use, Shakespeare preserves the power of the word. He “Banishe`d”: Linguistic Crisis in Romeo and Juliet 39 only employs it to describe the fate which befalls Romeo and thus it bursts violently onto the stage: Some word there was, worser than Tybalt’s death, That murdered me. I would forget it fain, But O, it presses to my memory Like damnèd guilty deeds to sinners’ minds!

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