What is money like?
Ch. 3 is pretty harrowing:
“Youth Culture” as a category depends in part on disciplinarity: methods, first principles, what counts as evidence, truth-claims. Every act of description is an interpretation.
California Youth Film Cultures
River’s Edge (1986).
Look at this:
Maybe focus on this for the moment:
As an opening gambit we broke into the play at the level of character. Ex. the Ghost, an unnatural (supernatural) figure, the victim of an unnatural act, who commands Hamlet to be a “natural” son and avenge him.
Thus the un/natural opposition as a theme with resonances throughout the play.
The Ghost also describes Gertrude as “seeming-virtuous,” echoing Hamlet’s response to her earlier: “‘Seems,’ madam? Nay, it is. I know not seems.” For Hamlet, mere appearance can never express true depth. Some things are ineffable. In the corrupted world of Elsinore, at least, all is show.
Thus two more oppositions: seeming/being and in/effable.