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Hamlet's Purported Insanity

The character Hamlet in Shakespeare’s Hamlet may be considered eccentric at least, insane or deranged at worst. While Hamlet is as...

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Enirambus Published on 03/04/2002 1192 Reads Hamlet

The manipulation of Macbeth

Manipulation is a very effective tool. Macbeth, the main character in William Shakespeare’s play of the same title is very ambitio...

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frollypoo Published on 03/02/2002 7606 Reads Macbeth

The Merchant of Venice: A Justice not Justified

The Merchant of Venice was a comedy written by William Shakespeare. Antonio, a merchant of Venice was a venerable businessman. He ...

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ChibiUniverse Published on 02/24/2002 1564 Reads Shakespeare

Much Ado About Nothing - Deceit

In Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare the role of deceit is played to the fullest to achieve the farcical effect that S...

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snow_shoes31 Published on 02/23/2002 1296 Reads Shakespeare

Universality

If you happen to be born into a family of high social or political status then odds are that you will progress to the top of the t...

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snow_shoes31 Published on 02/23/2002 710 Reads Julius Caesar

Does Act 1 prepare the reader for the rest of the play?

Write about the dramatic effectiveness of act 1 and how it prepares the reader for what is to come. Macbeth is a tragedy writte...

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shiv Published on 02/16/2002 591 Reads Macbeth

Benvolio

During the course of the play, Benvolio often emerges as the peacemaker. We can see right from the start where he tries to stop a ...

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jiajia Published on 02/04/2002 1289 Reads Romeo And Juliet

Macbeth - A character Analysis

The tragedy of “Macbeth”, by William Shakespeare, follows the fall of Macbeth from a man in a position of power with a contented l...

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ErAzAnGeL Published on 02/04/2002 1034 Reads Macbeth

What caused tradgedy of Romeo and Juliet?

William Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ is a tragic play that is performed all over the world. Set in the Italian town of Verona,...

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Froggeh Published on 01/31/2002 1193 Reads Romeo And Juliet

Breakdown: Act 1

Scene 1 Setting: Opens in Rome in 44 B.C. on February 15 during the Feast of the Lupercal. Shakespeare takes about 3 years of his...

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lotr_freak2004 Published on 01/29/2002 829 Reads Julius Caesar

Romeo and Juliet and West Side Story - Different but So Much Alike

Romeo and Juliet and West Side Story are alike in many ways, they were both very successful in their day. Like Romeo and Juliet, T...

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lightningser Published on 01/27/2002 1582 Reads Romeo And Juliet

Dieing in the eyes of Shakespeare

In this sonnet “That time of year thou may’st in me behold” Shakespeare uses nature to describe life’s stages, while painting a vi...

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chughes Published on 01/26/2002 766 Reads Shakespeare

How Shakespeare uses crafting techniques to retain sympathy for MacBeth and Lady MacBeth

Subtle sympathy is retained for MacBeth and in some cases Lady MacBeth is through the use of a variety of crafting techniques incl...

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lilmisslaura Published on 01/25/2002 1566 Reads Macbeth

Love in Hamlet

In his play, Hamlet, William Shakespeare explore’s many different types of love. One type of love is Hamlet’s love toward Ophelia,...

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Super_Jeff Published on 01/23/2002 1100 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet

Love, control over action, and the ability to overcome depression are just a few ways to prove maturity. It is obvious Hamlet love...

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limpb4e16 Published on 01/17/2002 829 Reads Hamlet

The Ultimate Disguise

Deep within the scorching desert sands lurks a creature, moving cautiously into position as it readies itself for a strike upon it...

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yauivan Published on 01/07/2002 953 Reads Hamlet

Why does Hamlet delay the act of Revenge?

An exploration of why Hamlet delays the act of revenge Hamlet is a human being, and he is an emotional human being. He feels gu...

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Magic_roundabout Published on 01/06/2002 2437 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet: Does Shakespeare have a Profound dislike of women?

In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, it can be argued that the playwright shows a profound dislike of women. I agree with this opinion; it can...

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jw_ian Published on 01/06/2002 1360 Reads Hamlet

A Midsummer Night's Dream: Love

Love, or what is more commonly known as love, can take hold in an instant and feel very much like magic that is being put over you...

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Neo_Ice_Man Published on 01/02/2002 782 Reads Shakespeare

Why Macbeth is an Aristotelian Tragedy

Shakespeare’s Macbeth is an exemplary form of Aristotle’s definition of tragedy. Macbeth, on par with Oedipus and Medea, begins th...

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prstinelibertine Published on 12/20/2001 2742 Reads Macbeth

The Function of Soliloquies in Macbeth

Although soliloquies detract from the realism of a play, they do wonders to enrich the plot and develop characters that the author...

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prstinelibertine Published on 12/19/2001 2264 Reads Macbeth

Chance

Most of Shakespeare’s plays are based on either tragedy or comedy. A typical Shakespearean tragedy involves love, a breakdown of o...

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kenman71 Published on 12/17/2001 1210 Reads Romeo And Juliet

Much Ado About Nothing - Comedy and Melancholy

When we discuss the dramatic form of a Shakespearean comedy, we are not only examining the clever or amusing text. Shakespearean c...

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tobyandgabby Published on 12/15/2001 1146 Reads Shakespeare

Themes in the Tempest

There are so many different themes and issues in the play The Tempest by William Shakespeare, that it is difficult to define which...

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scatzz Published on 12/12/2001 1398 Reads Shakespeare

Fate in Romeo and Juliet

Fate is the power that is supposed to settle ahead of time how things will happen. Romeo and Juliet lives were ruled by fate. Even...

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jeffdetz Published on 12/12/2001 760 Reads Romeo And Juliet

Who was responsible for the death of King Duncan?

In “Macbeth” king Duncan is physically murdered in act 2 scenes 1-2 by the Thane of Cawdor, Macbeth, he is unable to be held compl...

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lewis clark Published on 12/06/2001 1638 Reads Macbeth

To be sane or not to be sane

The Shakespearian play “Hamlet, Prince of Denmark” offers a puzzling main character by presenting an apparent sane man portraying ...

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MidNyteSpecial69 Published on 11/28/2001 678 Reads Hamlet

To what extent is ‘Macbeth’ a play that deals with good and evil?

In this essay I will be looking at Macbeth, a play written by William Shakespeare, and to what extent it deals with good and evil....

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Andy_Jones Published on 11/17/2001 950 Reads Macbeth

Mabet - Lady Macbeth's influence

How important is the influence of Lady Macbeth on her husband? Lady Macbeth plays a key role in influencing her husband to tak...

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mattblome Published on 11/09/2001 1835 Reads Macbeth

With their susceptibility to demagogy are the Romans capable and worthy of living in a republic?

“I am not a crook” – Former President Richard Nixon “I did not have sexual relations with that women” – President Bill Clinton ...

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Sloth44 Published on 11/08/2001 851 Reads Julius Caesar