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Cognitive Emotional Schema Analysis through Characters` Network in Shakespeare in Love : The Writing Process of Romeo and Juliet and the Subject of Desire
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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 14, Issue 4,  2016, pp.425-435
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2016.14.4.425
 Title & Authors
Cognitive Emotional Schema Analysis through Characters` Network in Shakespeare in Love : The Writing Process of Romeo and Juliet and the Subject of Desire
Park, Eun Jung; Sohn, Kirak;
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 Abstract
This paper has the aim to track down the viewers` cognitive emotion of how they are interacting with the story of Shakespeare in Love. Human minds have cognitive and emotional flows while plots, characters, and action-ideas are intertwined in the story of the film. This paper especially focused on the analysis of characters` networks with four statistical data pictures in order to schematize the storytelling architecture on how and why Shakespeare has strongly motivated to write a great star-crossed love play, Romeo and Juliet in his very young age. This paper examines that Shakespeare`s subject of desire is to accomplish both a true love and a sincere play which can make the nature of love true. The desire of subject is always slipped aside into scattering with "object a." In the film of Shakespeare in Love, the "object a" is a writing process and has a product of Romeo and Juliet as well.
 Keywords
Shakespeare in Love;Romeo and Juliet;storytelling architecture;cognitive emotional schema;the subject of desire;character`s network;
 Language
Korean
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