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Quasi Laboratory mode Shakespeare’s sonnets Dissection
– on a Bernadette Mayer like Experiment –
« Quot Euclidis discipulos retrojecit Elefuga quasi scopulos eminens et abruptus »
Richard de Bury Philiobiblion
In this lab, we will in a laboratory mode dissect two Shakespeare’s sonnets in order to observe the external and internal structures of a poem and a poem, i.e. Shakespeare’s sonnets anatomy poem and poem poems which will be anatomized in anatomic slant truth shoes. And the internal is internal external to external internal. (1)
Put on safety goggles, gloves, and a lab apron.(1)
Place your Shakespeare’s sonnets (18-116) on a dissection tray. To determine the sex, look at the hand digits, or fingers, on its forelegs.
The central nervous system (1) of the sonnets Shakespeare’s sonnets in particular in-particularity consists of the lexical opus corpus, which is enclosed in the skull, and the spinal cord, which in turn is enclosed in the backbone or the acrosti(c)-his, acrostihis. Nerves branch out from the spinal cord and give the characteristic rhyme to the sonnets. The poems’ skeletal and muscular systems consist of their semantic bones and joints, to which nearly all the voluntary verse of the body are attached. Voluntary verse, that are those over which the poem has control, occur in pairs of rhymes. When a flexor rhyme of a leg or other body part contracts, that part is bent to esoteric infinity and then to infinite disorientation. When the extensor verse of that body part contracts, the part straightens and extends to «Omnia quae sunt, Lumina sunt » (Johannes Scotus Eriugena). (2)
The sounds of the new sonnet species poems during dissection are heuristic and are either superficial like this
or triumphant and «Ave, Imperator, morituri te salutant» mode like this
Quid velit et possit rerum concordia discors —
What the discordant harmony of circumstances would and could effect.
Horace Epistles Book I, epistle xii, line 19.
We also dissected the quasi laboratory poems’ lexical corpora corporum by stripping their lexical burden lexical and by stripping off all pseudo- sonnet manifestos in word forms beginning with ‘s’ in the aforementioned two in the long past of the chronic horizon of this horrible restaurant you ate last time Shakespeare’s sonnets. Greeeeen Vomit has ERUPTED and covered the formalistic beauty of meaning with pain and loss
We however proceeded in systematically systematizing our systematic approach which consisted in statistically measuring the significance of burden in the laboratory dissected two Shakespeare’s sonnet products .Our results are shown in the following Tables —
Sonnet 18 Words with “s” of stanza words and total
Stanza 1 5 words / (of) 32
Stanza 2 3 words / (of)28
Stanza 3 4 words / (of)32
Stanza 4 3 words / (of)20
Total 15 words / (of)110
Sonnet 18 Words with “s” of stanza words and total
Stanza 1 0 words / (of)28
Stanza 2 2 words / (of)32
Stanza 3 1 words / (of)36
Stanza 4 0 words / (of)16
Total 3 words / (of)112
Despite the almost equal size of lexical corpus the stripping experiment had quite different effects in their lexical burden, which points to an absence of vocabulary regularity vocabulary in the sonnets. The Rhyming scheme of sonnet 18 suffered but almost survived by our aleatory interventions, and by our deregulating liberating consistent slavery was clsosely destroyed, while sonnet’s 116 remained almost intact , seeming that is seemingly intact seeming.
Blame it to Love or in that there was never too much regular similarity, or comfort zone regularity or whatever normality we can in any case imagine of any kind or non kind.
It does not appear that any consistent semantic or consistent aesthetic or inconsistent semantic and aesthetic results for that matter have been produced by our method. And it strangely seems that the opposite of a Kage’s anaxiomatic axiom here applies , yet without confidence but with some reliance in a non congenial belief
“The first question I ask myself when something doesn’t seem to be beautiful is why do I think it’s not beautiful. And very shortly you discover that there is no”
Beauty is pertaining whatever you do to destroy it.
I expect to pass through life but once. If therefore, there be kindness I can show, or any good thing I can do to any fellow being, let me do it now, and not defer or neglect it, as I shall not pass this way again. ~William Penn~
Το δίκτυο κριτικής στην Εκπαίδευση αποτελεί μία προσπάθεια αναστοχασμού πάνω στην εκπαιδευτική πραγματικότητα. Είναι μία προσπάθεια να σκεφτούμε πάνω στο σχολείο και την εκπαίδευση πέρα από τα κυρίαρχα σχήματα. Να σκεφτούμε ένα διαφορετικό σχολείο που θα κυριαρχεί η δημοκρατία και η κριτική σκέψη. Ένα σχολείο που θα συμβάλλει στον μετασχηματισμό της κοινωνίας
Μ' αρέσουν τα ποιήματα που ζουν στο δρόμο, έξω απ' τα βιβλία: αυτά που τουρτουρίζουν στις γωνιές κι όλο καπνίζουν σαν φουγάρα· που αναβοσβήνουν, μες στη νύχτα, σαν Χριστουγεννιάτικα λαμπάκια... [Νίκος Χουλιαράς]