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Keats not withstanding, the interchangeableness of the true and beautiful proves to be impossible, hardly an epiphanic realization that obviates Farnaby's need for additional knowledge.
The entertainingly theatrical aspect of rhetorical contest (and conquest) in both Symposium and the Henriad is enhanced by the dizzying interchangeableness of speakers' roles.
In Euphemia, the subject positions of mother and daughter shift so bewilderingly that mother and daughter come to inhabit the same space;(9) their interchangeableness seems almost uncontrollable.(10) Not only does Lennox becomel/befriend her mother, but, in the above scene, she also suggests (with a beautifully balanced epigram) that forging other friendships will help her curb her unfortunate appetite for pleasing.