By Harold Bloom,Paul Gleed
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No time wasted in weak lamentation and regret, but active resolve and steady perseverance. This is precisely the kind of courage—moral courage—which women of Helena’s nature and philosophy possess. It is the noblest, the sublimest courage; and it is essentially feminine courage. Fortitude of spirit against discouragement—bravery of heart and mind amidst disappointment, disaster, and defeat—constitute womanly valour; and we see that the gentlest, at the same time the ﬁrmest, among women, are those most distinguished by this heroic attribute.
He has made use of all the incidents he found there, and added some of his own, which possibly may not be thought any proofs either of his invention or judgment, since, at the same time as they grow out of those he found formed to hand, yet they grow like excrescences, and are equally useless and disagreeable. . After [Helena] has thus exposed the frailties of her husband [in the play’s ﬁnal scene], she has the cruelty to suﬀer him to be accused of having murdered her, and in consequence of that accusation, seized and imprisoned by the King’s order.
Ever ready to acknowledge her lack of personal merit, she is inwardly aware of a moral merit, that requires but time and opportunity to obtain for her that which her own simple attractions are unable to command. She does not feel herself formed to inspire regard, but she knows herself worthy to gain regard; and this she diligently and faithfully dedicates her whole thoughts and energies to achieve. ” Helena, with the true courage born of a practical and remedial philosophy, is eager to ﬁnd resources in her own sense of resolve.