Literature Like A Professor And The Character Speech In Shakespeare's Henry VIII

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Throughout the pieces of writing How to Read Literature Like a Professor and the character speech from Shakespeare’s Henry VIII, one notices that there is an outstanding similarity between the speech and Foster’s chapter twenty-six, which deals with ironies. In the character speech, a cycle of sorts is introduced. This cycle details the three basic elements of human civilization cleverly disguised as a plant’s life cycle. Beginning the cycle is birth of a human civilization, this being symbolized by hope in the writing, which then evolves into advancement denoted by blossoming. This cycle is ended with death caused by a frost. In most cases, one would interpret the frost to represent natural occurrences such as an earthquake, a tsunami, or
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