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Echo : You lie. Echo : I. However, the metaphor of food and the arts of the table are not confined to poetry and dietary books.
Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida: Visualising Expectations as a Matter of Taste
The witty titles and many of the paratexts also aim to be enticing. These books use the language of food and taste to set up expectations. And so this paper hopes to at least provide some suggestions to the question of why there are quite so many references to food and culinary activities in this play.
Nevertheless, it seems expected that this paper should at least give a taste of the cooking and distaste at work in Troilus and Cressida. Please hold on to your stomachs. Spurgeon has usefully given these gastronomic images from the play on a plate. They include images of.
Seething, stewing, mincing, baking, larding, stuffing, broiling, basting, brewing, frying, kneading, boiling and stirring the ingredients for a pudding. Now expectation, tickling skittish spirits On one and other side, Trojan and Greek, Sets all on hazard. The play proper begins:. Why should I war without the walls of Troy That find such cruel battle here within?
Pandarus is obviously confusing the anticipation with the sexual act itself. What most scholars have not noted, in fact, is that just as most readers of a Trojan War story know that the walls will fall, so, in this play, the language of food is liked with anticipatory language, or a language of expectation. At this moment, Troilus links expectation and matters of taste in a rare soliloquy:. I am giddy: expectation whirls me round. Death I fear me Sounding destruction, or some joy too fine, Too subtle-potent, tuned too sharp in sweetness For the capacity of my ruder powers.
I fear it much and I do fear besides That I shall lose distinction in my joys, As doth a battle when they charge on heaps The enemy flying. Cressida is described as something to be appreciated by one with a refined taste; but also Cressida, as a honey, will have been refined — one might say re-processed — just as Shakespeare has to re-present her.