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Tragic Elements of Hamlet by William Shakespeare

In five pages this paper analyzes the play's tragic elements and then applies them to the experience of the contemporary world....

Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House as a Reflection of 19th Century Social Issues

In four pages this paper examines how the playwright represents social issues in this 19th century dramatic play....

An Analysis of Eh, Joe

A 5 analysis of the television play Eh Joe by Samuel Beckett. 5 sources....

John Osborne's Play Look Back In Anger

In three pages Osborne's play is critically analyzed. There is 1 source listed in the bibliography....

The Game of Football

to the ground) them or interfere in their movement. The offensive team members who do not have the ball essentially work to ensure...

King Oedipus, Prince Hamlet, and Their Tragic Flaws

In five pages the tragic flaws of these play protagonists are contrasted and compared....

Beyond the Horizon by Eugene O'Neill

In five pages O'Neill's play is critically analyzed. There are no other sources listed....

Death of a Salesman South Coast Repertory Theatre Performing Arts Review

In four pages this version of Arthur Miller's play is reviewed in terms of Willy Loman's character development and simplistic sett...

Business Plans and Their Importance

In forty five pages this paper discusses company developmental processes and the important role business plans play....

Blood Relations by Sharon Pollock

This paper consists of five pages and discusses Canadian playwright Sharon Pollock's play about Lizzie Borden entitled Blood Relat...

Oleanna by David Mamet

In five pages this play in three acts is analyzed in its representation of themes emotional warfare, power, and sex....

Blanche Du Bois in A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams

In two pages this paper examines the play's first scene in terms of how it presents Blanche Du Bois's possible demise....

Title Significance of A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams

In two pages this essay analyzes the play's title significance and how it influences both plot and characterization....

Comic Effects in The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

Court are called Algernon" (Wilde 76). Here, Wilde is clearly poking fun at the aristocracys preoccupation with names and appeara...

Nurse Characterization in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

In five pages a character analysis of the Nurse and her role in the play are examined....

The Lawyer from Springfield

progress. He tells the councilmen that they are making a decision which seems small in itself, but which, "taken altogether [wit...

Department of Canadian Heritage's Cultural Affairs Sector

are the strongest reflection of the diversity of multicultural issues and ideologies that underpin Canadian life. As a consequenc...

Women in Ancient Greece

conceive was thus a serious problem" (Women in the Ancient World). Now, of course one could also argue that this was a patriarch...

Comedy and Tragedy Distinctions in Measure for Measure and Hamlet by William Shakespeare

three months after the murder of her husband. In Measure for Measure, its protagonist is not a man of illustrious social status. ...

And The Band Played On

about the condition and how people slowly began to realize the different ways in which AIDS may be transmitted such as through sex...

Fourth Act of William Shakespeare's Macbeth

with Macbeth as Malcolm states, "Come, go we to the king; our power is ready;/ Our lack is nothing but our leave; Macbeth/ Is ripe...

Existentialism and No Exit by Jean Paul Sartre

In four pages this paper discusses Sartre's assertion 'Hell is other people' within the context of the existentialism of his play ...

Terence's Play Phormio

the play provides an ideal introduction to the genre of New Comedy. What makes the Phormio unique amongst Terences works is the ce...

The Piano Lesson by August Wilson

Very quickly in the story the arrival of a ghost appears and this is powerfully connected to the relationship between Berniece and...

Ben Jonson's Play Epicoene, the Silent Woman

"The stylish young Ned Clerimont, apparently drunk, stumbles in, sips a cup of who-knows-what, sips another cup, and then proceeds...

Flare Path by Terence Rattigan and Mrs. Warren's Profession by George Bernard Shaw Compared

the romantic featured true-life situations but preferred a more sentimental or whimsical interpretation of the subject matter. Bu...

LeRoi Jones's Dutchman

will sit and pay close attention, is the fact that the audience knows that this woman, Lula, has some motive in mind. It is the 19...

Trifles

death, thus solving the conflict for themselves. The men, however, do not know the truth and the women will not tell them so for t...

Kingship and Leadership in Shakespeare’s Richard II

years because he seems to care a bit for the father of Henry, John of Gaunt. In these respects one can see that Richard II may wel...

Analysis of Oedipus the King by Sophocles

truth about who killed his wifes husband is being uncovered. He shows himself again as noble by insisting that justice be done and...