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Richard III Paper

To achieve goals, in one's life, one must be determined and focused. In the play Richard III, Richard III's goal is to ascend the ...

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loop187 Published on 06/04/2001 1218 Reads Shakespeare

Newspaper Report on the conviction of Macbeth

Topic: If macbeth was still alive show a newspaper article showing the trial that would take place concerning his conviction of mu...

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hally Published on 06/02/2001 1131 Reads Macbeth

Prosecution of Macbeth (if he was tried for the murder of Duncan)

Ladies and Gentlemen of the jury, we have heard the defence glorify Macbeth in an effort to cloud the horrible acts of murder that...

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hally Published on 06/02/2001 1390 Reads Macbeth

King Lear's Sins

Why do bad things happen to good people? The majority of society believes that there are no logical answers to this question. The ...

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bambooza Published on 06/01/2001 1513 Reads King Lear

A Marxist Reading of Romeo and Juliet

A) Write a critical commentary on key aspects of either Act 2 Scene 2 or Act 3 Scene 5. B) Indicate briefly how you would read ...

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jrl Published on 05/30/2001 1099 Reads Romeo And Juliet

Hamlet: A Question of Interest - Letter

Dear Kylie, I noticed your submission to Culture Magazine, regarding Shakespeare’s great play “Hamlet”. Having recently studied...

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stuffisgood Published on 05/30/2001 649 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet - A Eulogy

Dearest friends, family and the people of Denmark. We gather here today to mourn the loss of the noble prince, loyal son and true ...

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stuffisgood Published on 05/30/2001 1563 Reads Hamlet

Lady Macbeth

Lady Macbeth is depicted as being much worse than her husband in Shakespeare’s play, Macbeth. Although they both think of murderin...

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Ardalan Published on 05/22/2001 660 Reads Macbeth

Merchant of Venice - Modern Humanitarianism

“Modern Humanitarianism has run riot on Shylock.” Discuss. “The Merchant of Venice” is concerned with two issues that were of i...

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shahinsting Published on 05/11/2001 1648 Reads Shakespeare

Merchant of Venice - Plot Structure

Show how the plot of ‘The Merchant of Venice’ is apparently fanciful but in reality exactingly structured. “The Merchant of Ven...

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shahinsting Published on 05/11/2001 1283 Reads Shakespeare

The Merchant of Venice as a Romantic Comedy - Critical Analysis

We can trace the origin of Comedy to Dionysis- the Greek God of Wine who was hilarious, satirical and irreverent in spirit. Ben Jo...

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shahinsting Published on 05/11/2001 1522 Reads Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s Sonnets: the theme of love

Shakespeare’s poems are the monument of a remarkable genius but they are also the monuments of a remarkable age. The greatness of ...

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shahinsting Published on 05/11/2001 1565 Reads Shakespeare

King Lear - Fool's character

Many directors argue over the importance of the character of the Fool in the play. Discuss whether or not you feel the Fool is ess...

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*unaverse* Published on 05/11/2001 1201 Reads King Lear

Macbeth's Tragedy

Shakespeare is perhaps most noted for his many tragic plays. One of his most acclaimed works Macbeth, is a great example of this. ...

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Pixielove9 Published on 05/09/2001 821 Reads Macbeth

My Mistress' Eyes are Nothing Like the Sun

“My Mistress’ Eyes Are Nothing Like the Sun” is a poem written by William Shakespeare about the love towards an imperfect woman. H...

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linsaymaria Published on 05/04/2001 3239 Reads Shakespeare

Hamlet's Tragic Flaw

Hamlet's famous soliloquy (Hamlet, act III, scene 1) shows his depth and ability in thinking, and shows Shakespeare's ability to m...

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GermanGirl2005 Published on 05/01/2001 1467 Reads Hamlet

Macbeth - Hero to butcher

The play ‘Macbeth’ is a very tragic one. It is about the downfall of a hero who is led by temptation to mass murder and cruelty. S...

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soul_reaver100 Published on 04/28/2001 831 Reads Macbeth

How does Shakespeare create an atmosphere of evil in Act 4, sc. 1?

Scene 1 of Act 4 is certainly one of the most visually impacting and intriguing scenes of the entire play. This strong effect is a...

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ivoryraven29 Published on 04/26/2001 1318 Reads Macbeth

Who is responsible for Duncan's Death?

We certainly know that the direct responsible for Duncan’s death is Macbeth. However this does not necessarily mean he is to blame...

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ivoryraven29 Published on 04/25/2001 7702 Reads Macbeth

Romeo & Juliet - A Play Of Opposites

In the play Romeo & Juliet, William Shakespeare utilizes opposites in both the thoughts and actions of the characters in Romeo and...

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tacconiehead Published on 04/24/2001 1605 Reads Romeo And Juliet

Othello: Imagery

In William Shakespeare's Othello, the use of imagery and metaphors is significant in conveying meaning as it helps to establish th...

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trakky Published on 04/23/2001 1092 Reads Othello

Romeo & Juliet

The story is, of course, about a pair of star-crossed lovers. Two teenagers pursue their love for each other despite the fact that...

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IceMan Published on 04/17/2001 772 Reads Romeo And Juliet

Macbeth - Hero or Villain?

‘Macbeth’ is a play by William Shakespeare that shows a protagonist going from bad to worse throughout the play. Shakespeare wrote...

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tachyon Published on 04/08/2001 984 Reads Macbeth

Julius Caesar: Brutus vs. Cassius

Contrasting Characters In Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, Brutus and Cassius are contrasting characters. They diffe...

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mnilo Published on 04/08/2001 1700 Reads Julius Caesar

Macbeth's "Tomarrow, Tomarrow" Speech vs. Robert Frost's "Out, Out - " Poem

An unknown author once wrote “Never take life too seriously; after all, no one gets out of it alive”. When reading this quote, the...

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Rowchygogo Published on 04/08/2001 3302 Reads Macbeth

Othello: The validity of humanities purely circumstantial and deterministic conscious existence

An analysis of Shakespeare’s unrecognized dogma through the play Othello People are merely products of their circumstances. Hop...

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r2x criticom Published on 04/07/2001 1028 Reads Othello

Merchant of Venice - Antonio and Shylock

William Shakespeare shows how two tradesmen can have completely different lives when others view them differently in the play The ...

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theebezt Published on 03/26/2001 2361 Reads Shakespeare

Julius Caesar - Theme of Friendship

Friendship is a wonderful part of life, but it can unfortunately be used to deceive, for it is easy to manipulate with it, but onl...

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muscles_66 Published on 03/26/2001 1478 Reads Julius Caesar

Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, a "dealike butcher" and a "fiend"?

"This dead like butcher and his fiend like queen" is this a fair description of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth? Malcolm made the rema...

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clarabelle Published on 03/22/2001 956 Reads Macbeth

Macbeth - Murder At Inverness Castle

On Macbeth’s day of success he was greeted by three weird sisters, the witches, and in turn they said, the first witch to him, all...

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nightcaller222 Published on 03/20/2001 658 Reads Macbeth