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Plot Analysis, Main Characters, and Staging Ideas for William Shakespeare's Play, Romeo and Juliet

In five pages this paper analyzes Shakespeare's play and also discusses some effective production ideas. Two sources are cited in...

Plot and Character Analysis of 'A Rose for Emily' by William Faulkner

no one save an old manservant -- a combined gardener and cook -- had seen in at least ten years" (Faulkner). To the outside wor...

Macbeth by William Shakespeare and Subversiveness

student researching "Macbeth" should understand that there is virtually no relationships in the play in which people or a group of...

Yeats’ The Second Coming

that may speak of a lack of hope or direction. The reader does not really need to know what the poem is...

Opinion of Stephen King

a little love" (Stephen King, 2006). King is clearly up to the task. One of the most important aspects of Kings work, and which h...

'Tent Worms' and Tennessee Williams

In three pages this essay discusses this short story by Tennessee Williams in an analysis of techniques....

Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare and its 2 Couples

In five pages Benedick and Beatrice and Claudio and Hero are contrasted and compared in this analysis of William Shakespeare's Muc...

Prospero in The Tempest by William Shakespeare

In six pages this paper considers any similarities between William Shakespeare and the character Prospero in an analysis of The Te...

Comparative Analysis of William Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury and Nathaniel Hawthorne's House of the Seven Gables

This paper considers the similar falls of each family in a comparative analysis of these novels by Nathaniel Hawthorne and William...

Sonnet 73 by William Shakespeare

In eight pages this paper presents a description and analysis of this sonnet by William Shakespeare....

Hamlet by William Shakespeare and Gertrude II

is affected by parental behavior. Sometimes, there is no reason other than the childs own psychological makeup. It does not seem t...

William Blake’s The Garden of Love

his unique nature he was, during his lifetime, "generally dismissed as an eccentric during his lifetime" although "posterity redis...

M.L. King/Letter from a Birmingham Jail

Alabama because he was "invited here" and because of his "organizational ties" to the area (King). Statement of Understanding: H...

Comparative Analysis of Lear's The Jumblies and Carroll's Jabberwocky

Did gyre and gimble in the wabe: All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe(Carroll, 4)....

Thomas King's Truth and Bright Water

Thomas King's novel Truth and Bright Water and its thematic duality are discussed in five pages....

Einhard's The Two Lives of Charlemagne

In five pages tis paper discusses a day in Charlemagne's life from the point of view of one of the King's cautious friends....

Civil Disobedience, Martin Luther King, and Henry David Thoreau

gets. If anything Thoreau gives us an emotional warning, He who gives himself entirely to his fellow men appears to them useles...

'Fair is Foul and Foul is Fair' in William Shakespeare's Characterizations of Lord and Lady Macbeth

will make our lives complete, and for a while they thought too their lives were complete. They were "fair" indeed. Then as we sta...

Plot Structure of The Tempest by William Shakespeare Analyzed

Forgiveness, love, and betrayal are the focus of this plot analysis of The Tempest by William Shakespeare in five pages. Five sou...

Witches and Their Function in William Shakespeare's Macbeth

In six pages this paper examines the plot function served by the witches in this analysis of William Shakespeare's dark play. Thr...

Martin Luther King/”Letter from a Birmingham Jail”

as his overarching rationale, as he is also in Birmingham "because "injustice is here" (King). In analyzing the situation in Bir...

Creative Essay on the ‘Revolutionary’ King Lear

could have joined forces with another expatriate, Edmund of Gloucester, much like Fidel Castro did with the revolutionary Che Guev...

The “Tragic Flaw” of Honesty in “King Lear”

keep him out of their clutches: "Because I would not see thy cruel nails / Pluck out his poor old eyes, nor they fierce sister / I...

Nothing and Something in “King Lear”

each of them to tell how much she loves him. Goneril goes first and gushes all over the old man, telling him she loves him so much...

The Best and Worst in on Human nature in King Lea

were planning to abdicate in favor of one of the women, that would be different, but hes not-he is dividing the kingdom without na...

Southern Literature and Themes of Communication Lacks and Self Absorption

and even tells her grandfather that "I never dreamed [your beard] was a birds nest" (Welty, 47). Stella-Rondo had accused Sister o...

Shakespeare and Homer - Examining Patriarchal Content

and marginalized in both classical and modern literature, one must first understand how the prevailing viewpoint of women as funda...

Social Commentary in King Lear - Men and Beasts

"King Lear". In the passage, Lear is reacting to the latest treacherous ploy by his daughters Goneril and Regan, who have suggeste...

Bard's Personality as Reflected in His Plays

were specifically constructed to entertain royalty, it was the impassioned actions of his characters that leave little doubt that ...

Seventeenth Century 'Old English' Literature

observing the "loud mirth in the hall," yet unable to be a part of such fellowship due to no fault of its own, but rather the circ...