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Hamlet: How The Audience Reacts

How does Shakespeare influence the audience’s response to the character of Hamlet? There are many scenes within the play of Ham...

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kierangod Published on 11/05/2001 1567 Reads Hamlet

Delusional Characters in Shakespeare

"Delusion can often lead to unhappiness." Comment on how characters you have studied in a text this semester have deluded themselv...

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valeriecat Published on 10/17/2001 2114 Reads Shakespeare

The Cause of the Tragedy

Romeo and Juliet, is a story of two young lovers whose love was destined for destruction. They did not imagine that their love wou...

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solid_mastacy Published on 10/13/2001 2447 Reads Romeo And Juliet


The play is about a king who is murdered by one of his most trusted men trying to gain power. During the play Shakespeare heighten...

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adnan5486 Published on 10/09/2001 1587 Reads Macbeth

King Lear: a good king?

At the beginning of the play we learn that King Lear is old and wishes to retire from his position of King of Britain. The decisio...

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VanillaHug Published on 10/02/2001 2159 Reads King Lear

Consider the events leading up to the murder of King Duncan. What elements contributed to his death?

Regicide is the killing of a king. It is an event prevalent in Macbeth as the main focus of the story is of killing to gain power....

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Gopherboy99 Published on 10/02/2001 3980 Reads Macbeth

Cordelia and Lear

Throughout the play, King Lear, we are awaiting to see the reunion of Lear and his daughter Cordelia. In the begining of the play ...

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VanillaHug Published on 10/02/2001 1953 Reads King Lear

Is Macbeth a Shakespearean Tragic Hero ?

In this essay, I will attempt to answer the above question, Is Macbeth a Shakespearean Tragic Hero ? To do this, I will need to do...

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jrblacky Published on 09/29/2001 2654 Reads Macbeth

Romeo and Juliet

Is Shakespeare’s original description of Romeo and Juliet as being “a pair of star crossed lovers” an adequate explanation for the...

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Matthew Faferko Published on 09/23/2001 1771 Reads Romeo And Juliet

Macbeth - a tragic hero

William Shakespeare’s play Macbeth, written in the 1600’s is a perfect example of Shakespeare’s ability to manipulate his audience...

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stacey4u Published on 09/10/2001 2494 Reads Macbeth

The Effectiveness of the Opening to Hamlet

Hamlet is launched extremely well because there is no long drawn out introduction to the plot. The story begins almost immediately...

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horn Published on 09/08/2001 1574 Reads Hamlet

Romeo and Juliet - Who's to Blame?

Why is it, that we as human beings feel the need to blame someone for every negative situation which occurrs? If we really look at...

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Turtleman_14 Published on 09/07/2001 2448 Reads Romeo And Juliet


The Shakespearian tragedy, Macbeth has been said to be one of Shakespeare’s most profound and mature visions of evil. In Macbeth w...

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zizi_02 Published on 09/07/2001 1239 Reads Macbeth

Moral and psychological atmosphere

From its opening, the tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, plunges us into a world of mystery, intrigue and plotting. It is dark,...

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Vanessa Published on 08/30/2001 1724 Reads Hamlet

King Henry IV Part 1

Passage Analysis - Act 5 Scene 1, lines 115-138. Shakespeare’s ‘King Henry IV Part I’ centres on a core theme of the conflict b...

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Spudgirl Published on 08/27/2001 2380 Reads Shakespeare

The True Authorship of the Shakespearean Works

Ask anyone who Shakespeare was, and he or she will immediately rattle off at least three different plays that were required readin...

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jdewitt70 Published on 08/15/2001 2293 Reads Shakespeare

A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Shakespeare's Timeless Exploration of Love

Love is a timeless topic. It will forever be the theme of popular entertainment and source of confusion for men and women alike. N...

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jdewitt70 Published on 08/07/2001 2807 Reads Shakespeare

Macbeth - ambition

Macbeth’s long journey towards possessing the throne travels through many high hurdles. The first hurdle, which is a sign for furt...

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18743 Published on 07/27/2001 2346 Reads Macbeth

The Merchant of Venice: Portia's Suitors

Compare and contrast Portia’s three suitors, examining their characters Shakespeare highlights three of Portia’s suitors, the P...

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QUEENSENGLISHGAL Published on 07/16/2001 3825 Reads Shakespeare

The Merchant of Venice - Shylock: Villain or Victim?

Many people are villainous in the way they behave. Their villainous acts may be attributed to their desire to destroy others and i...

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QUEENSENGLISHGAL Published on 07/16/2001 3499 Reads Shakespeare

Hamlet Act I scene ii 1-179 - ambiguous characters

I do agree that the characters in this scene are portrayed in a very ambiguous manner. At this point in the play, many of the char...

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azurefyre Published on 07/09/2001 2094 Reads Hamlet

Macbeth - Symbols

Throughout Shakespeare’s Macbeth, numerous symbols are used. Many of these depict characters’ actions and appearances, emotions, a...

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bron Published on 06/29/2001 5910 Reads Macbeth

Macbeth is a butcher and Lady Macbeth is a fiend-like queen

In Shakespeare’s tragedy Macbeth, the following statement can be applied, “Macbeth is a butcher and Lady Macbeth is a fiend-like q...

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bron Published on 06/29/2001 2813 Reads Macbeth

Lord Capulet

In the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare Lord Capulet is a very prominent character. He is wealthy and a leader in his ...

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chrisse145 Published on 06/25/2001 3506 Reads Romeo And Juliet

Macbeth - Conflict

"Conflict is central to the dramatic development of any play." Prior to deciding whether or not conflict is central to the dram...

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Nour Published on 06/17/2001 2935 Reads Macbeth

The Sins of King Lear

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 06/14/2001 1720 Reads King Lear

Contrasting MacBeth's Two Meetings with the Witches

In Shakespeare’s Macbeth there are two instances in which Macbeth comes into contact with the three witches. These two instances a...

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Dukedrone Published on 06/13/2001 1861 Reads Macbeth

Macbeth: Tragedy

According to the classical view, tragedy should arouse feelings of pity and fear in the audience. Does macbeth do this? Shakesp...

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jester_828 Published on 06/07/2001 2344 Reads Macbeth

Adoring & Dying Romeo & Juliet

Fate plays a chief role in the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet belong to feuding families. The fami...

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FoosEatter86 Published on 06/05/2001 1753 Reads Romeo And Juliet

King Lear & The Fool

In William Shakespeare's, King Lear, the Fool plays three major roles. One of these roles is of an "inner-conscience" of Lear. The...

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superstar081 Published on 06/05/2001 2118 Reads King Lear