William Shakespeare, Liang Shiqiu's The Two Gentlemen of Verona (The Complete Shakespeare PDF
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Under such conditions of enforcedly muted self-expression (as Dickens perceived the case to be) the English were increasingly sensitized to those more unself-conscious expressions of intense feeling stimulated by events or situations. They (and Dickens means the middle classes primarily) avoided demonstrative displays of feeling, and tended to be censorious when they met them. When somebody in tears apologizes for ‘making a scene’ of himself, the phrase invoked is charged with the weight of all these anti-theatrical prejudices.
I think I can remember when it was not the fashion to the extent it is now. I remember the time when it was no shame to go to see the legitimate drama; but it is now. Four years later, these anxieties about the lowly social status of the theatre and the acting profession were comically figured in Pickwick Papers. Alfred Jingle, who has successfully deceived the Pickwickians as to his identity for several chapters in the opening numbers of the novel, is challenged to a duel by the outraged army officer, Dr Slammer, who takes him to be a respectable associate of the Pickwick Club.
It would be an odd thing. I think it would take immensely. What do you say? ’ It was also dangerously close to a career in the theatre. However distinguished one might be as a professional actor, it seemed that for the Victorians the distinction was always carried at a lower social level than that enjoyed by one’s peers in other professions. One of the most eminent actors of the day, William Macready, a good friend of Dickens’s, recorded in his diary how late he came to the realization of these prejudices against his profession: My experience has taught me that whilst the law, the church, the army and navy give a man the rank of gentleman, on the stage that designation must be obtained in society (though the law and the Court decline to recognize it) by the individual bearing [.
The Two Gentlemen of Verona (The Complete Shakespeare Translated by Liang Shiqiu, Book 2) (Bilingual Edition) by William Shakespeare, Liang Shiqiu