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Analysis of Sonnet's 57 and 58. Their thematic connection. The nature of the overall Sonnet sequence. Order and structure of the Sonnets. Narrative of the sequence. Principal argument of Sonnet 57. How emotions are structured. Theme of Sonnet 58 first established in 57. Other elements that connect the two poems. Annotated Bibliograpohy.
Shakespeare's Sonnets 57 and 58 are one of a number of thematic pairs or small groups that occur within the larger sequence and subsequences of poems.... more
9 pages | 5 sources | 22 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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Compares similarities & differences of the character of Iago in Shakespeare's great tragedy OTHELLO & in Ann-Marie McDonald's 1988 minor comedy GOODNIGHT DESDEMONA (GOOD MORNING JULIET). Common themes of intrigue & love. Brief description of each play. Symbols & style of each. Iago's motivations; his villainy.
This research paper compares the character of Iago in William Shakespeare's tragedy "Othello" and in Ann-Marie MacDonald's 1988 comedy "Goodnight... more
5 pages | 2 sources | 8 citations | MLA citation style

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Examines conflicting loyalties in two fictional characters. Common problems both face in deciding how to behave when faced with conflicting loyalties. Character of Brutus in Shakespeare's Elizabethan drama "JULIUS CAESAR;" political ideals. Character of Mookie, an African American in 1989 New York in Spike Lee's film "DO THE RIGHT THING;" social discontent.
Loyalty signifies one's duty and fidelity to a cause, a person, a place or an ideal. There are times, however, when more than one object of loyalty... more
3 pages | 4 citations | OTHER citation style

Price: $48.00

Assesses the historical character as recreated by Shakespeare. Setting of the last battle in The War of the Roses. Principal combatants. Richard as the epitome of all England's wrongs. The nature of Richard III as a villain with some saving graces including self-awareness. Shakespeare's use of poetic license in his characterization of Richard; one-dimensional character.
A Convenient Villain: Richard III
Shakespeare’s Richard III is one of the Bard’s “chronicle plays” that describes the eventual... more
12 pages | 7 sources | 34 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $28.00

Discusses conceptual binary of culture and nature in the three plays. Shakespeare's "MEASURE FOR MEASURE" and "A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM" and "EASTWARD HO" by George Chapman, Ben Jonson and John Martson. "EASTWARD HO" and the city or culture as a wilderness. The city and culture versus nature in Shakespeare's plays. Sexuality in the three plays.
Conceptual Binary: Nature and Culture in Three Plays
The purpose of this brief report is to examine three plays – Shakespeare’s Measure for... more
7 pages | 3 sources | 14 citations | APA citation style

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Analysis of double plotting in "HAMLET" & "KING LEAR." Subplots as devices to support central theme. The primary story of revenge and subplot of Hamlet's relationship with Ophelia in "HAMLET;" other subplots. Several different subplots in "KING LEAR." Problems between Lear and his daughters main plot. Primary subplot of Gloucester and his two sons.
Subplots in Shakespeare’s Plays: Hamlet and King Lear
In many of his plays, William Shakespeare used subplots or a device known as double... more
5 pages | 4 sources | 16 citations | MLA citation style

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Critical analyses of the play. Approaches of three prominent critics in their analyses of the drama, its plot and the characterization used by Shakespeare to development his themes. John Dover Wilson's link of Hamlet to the Earl of Essex. Ernest Jones' Freudian theory of Hamlet's Oedipus complex. Harold Bloom's focus on theological issues.
Hamlet and the Critics
Hamlet has been characterized by John Masefield (1964, p. 94) as “one of the most baffling of the... more
12 pages | 4 sources | 42 citations | APA citation style

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Shakespeare's use of violence in the play. The cruelty and destruction in Hamlet's story. The murder of Hamlet's father upon which the play's actions hinge. The demand for vengeance from the murdered King. Hamlet's reaction. Theme of the destructive waste of violence. The nobility of Hamlet's pain and sacrifice.
This paper is a discussion of violence in William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The play’s actions hinge on a murder and, by the end, eight more people... more
3 pages | 1 sources | 5 citations | MLA citation style

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Examines characterization of women in two plays. Analysis of major female characters in HAMLET and KING LEAR. Relationship of these women to the tragic hero of each drama. The psychology of the female characters. The tragic decline of Hamlet and of Lear. The women's responsibility in their fates.
This research examines the characterization of women in Shakespeare's Hamlet and King Lear as a presentation of an apocalyptic vision embedded in the... more
7 pages | 4 sources | 21 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $32.00

Discussion of theme of human behavior in play. Inner & outer life.
"Measure for Measure" takes its title from the Gospel according to Matthew: “with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again" (Matthew... more
8 pages | 1 sources | 14 citations | MLA citation style

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