Doubleblind (Sirantha Jax, Book 3) by Ann Aguirre

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As a "Jumper" who navigates ships via grimspace, Sirantha Jax is used to kicking ass. So why is she unexpectedly selected as an envoy of peace?

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He speaks in the general language of philosophy about deeply human matters. ' Thus the insolence of office, for example, could be taken to refer to Claudius's arrogant assumption of and behavior in the 'office'of King. But to search for such individualized applications in Hamlet's speech seems to go against its grain. Throughout, he strenuously avoids referring to himself. This, again, contrasts with what he does in every other soliloquy he utters. 323). These examples confirm our sense that Hamlet's soliloquies tend to be intensely personal.

Soft you now, The fair Ophelia. 85 4 How Does it Mean? (The Speech as Poem) Looking at what Hamlet's speech means, we were forced to confront how it means. We observed, for instance, its continual restatements and its clarifications that only made things more complex. We saw that its famous first line has a cleverly balanced architecture, dividing in half with each of its halves dividing that way again. We saw the soliloquy mixing homely words like rub and fardels with academic terms, such as question and respect, with religious words, such as consummation and devoutly, and even the commercial-legalistic quietus.

The contrast is between things done with physical weapons and things done (sometimes by omission) through human actions, relationships, and institutions. Throughout this section, he ascribes wrongs to persons and personified agents: time, love, law, office, th' unworthy. In the morality play of life, according to Hamlet, we experience things and individuals acting against us: There s the Rub 31 time [wields] whips and scorns an oppressor [commits] wrong the proud man [exhibits] contumely despis'd love [brings us] pangs law delay[s] [justice or satisfaction] office [shows] insolence th' unworthy [give] spurns [to] patient merit The schematic morality play represented here features, again, a combination of actions and inactions.

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