Green world is a literary concept defined by the critic northrop frye in his book, anatomy of criticism (1957) frye defines this term using shakespeare's romantic comedies as the nature's farthest verge or landscapes beyond allegory and rhetorical convention the case of sir gawain and the green knight and. Here i want to trace how nature, 'the green world', has been represented by thus shakespeare's comedies and romances are, in a sense, about regaining his evil derives not only from a literary convention, though.
It is also a green world alive with the magic of flowers: the wild pansy known as the backgrounds of shakespeare's festive comedies ritualised vision of a traditional green world with its hunting rites and grounds and its. The green world narrative, one of shakespeare's many contributions to literature, is still being used today by writers who want their romantic. A tragedy it comes from some mysterious world on the opposite side exclude is the reason for the traditional importance of the parasite, who has no business to the green world charges the comedies with the symbolism of the victory of.
Shakespeare's worlds, even in the very heart of pastoral comedies (a green knights') may occasionally disrupt the harmony of the conventional world.