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'Much Ado About Nothing' vs. 'Measure For Measure'

This paper consists of 8 pages and examines atmosphere, plot, and characterizations in a comparative analysis. There are 6 biblio...

William Shakespeare's King Lear and Conflicts of Divine vs. Earthly Justice

In six pages the types of justice as defined in this Shakespearean tragedy are considered with the human 'earthly justice' compare...

An Analysis of A Bright Room Called Day

An analyses of the play by Tony Kushner. This five page paper discusses characters and plot, and comments on direction, lighting, ...

Critical Review of Monsieur Hire

relax and view the dance of the characters without thinking. In some way, a film allows the audience less freedom but the viewer i...

Bridge of San Luis Rey by Thornton Wilder

A thematic, structural, plot, setting, and character analysis of Bridge of San Luis Rey by Thornton Wilder is presented in 5 pages...

Analysis of A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen

In five pages this paper subjects Ibsen's social drama to a literary analysis that focuses on characterization, plot, and irony. ...

Eyes Wide Shut Viewed Critically

Eyes Wide Shut was the last film Stanley Kubrick made. This paper offers an analysis and review of the film, including cinematic t...

The Crowd 1928 Silent Film by Director King Vidor

People simply do not flock to see silent films anymore. At the time, the film was well reviewed by both the New York Times and Var...

Hamlet by William Shakespeare and the Character of Laertes' Function

In 5 pages this paper considers this supporting character's role in an analysis of Laertes' purpose and plot function. There are ...

Analyzing 'The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg' by Mark Twain

was many years ago. Hadleyburg was the most honest and upright town in all the region round about. It had kept that reputation uns...

Comparative Analysis of Homer's 'The Odyssey' and Charles Frazier's Cold Mountain

In five pages a comparative analysis of these works is presented in terms of differences and similarities in characterization, plo...

Literary Overview of 'A Tale of Two Cities' by Charles Dickens

the commoners, Darnay renounces his title to the Evremonde Estate and goes back to England to live. He proposes to Lucie and she a...

Margaret Laurence's The Stone Angel

on her symptoms she has cancer. Soon, Hagar will be an angel. But, since she is such a tough old bird, difficult to those trying t...

Margaret Drabble's The Radiant Way

not to fake for them things that you dont know about them or that they might not have done" (An Interview with Margaret Drabble). ...

Theodore Dreiser's Sister Carrie

was that the protagonist is not sorry for her illicit relationship with the married man, and in fact seems to have benefited her l...

'The Sculptor's Funeral' by Willa Cather

by the men on the train platform, and then by the overly dramatic grief of Merricks mother. The contrast between the nature of Mer...

Ernest Hemingway's 'The Short, Happy Life of Francis Macomber' Analyzed

War while still serving with the Italians, and became well-decorated by the Italian government4. After returning from the war, he...

Analysis of the Movie Clueless

impostor of a friend. The heroines role, of course, is defined not only by her own inner convictions but also by those with whom ...

Waterland and To the Lighthouse: A Look at Gender Conflict

being overly emotional, but even though she believes in reason is it not a guiding principle in her life. In this way, it is evid...

Kate Chopin's 'Story of an Hour' as a Good Short Story Example

makes the story powerful is that hour where the woman sits alone. And watching her character develop and learn is what makes the t...

Economic, Political, and Sociocultural Values in Fugitive Pieces by Anne Michaels, Animal Farm by George Orwell, King Lear by William Shakespeare

subdivide his kingdom amongst his trio of daughters, Goneril, Regan, and Cordelia based upon their protestations of love for him. ...

Plays of William Shakespeare

In seven pages this paper discusses Shakespeare's plays in an analysis of some characters, nature significance, and the 'play with...

Surprise and Structure in An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge by Ambrose Bierce

In 8 pages this short story considers the element of surprise and presents a structural analysis of the author's employment of sty...

Literary Analysis of Inherit the Wind by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee

In three pages this general literary analysis of the 1955 play consists of themes, characters, setting, point of view, conflict, t...

Literary Analysis of To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

In three pages a general literary analysis of this 1960 novel consists of themes, characters, setting, point of view, techniques, ...

15th Century The Second Shepherd's Play

high caliber for semitone to come out of the medieval era and it may best be understood within the environment in which it was wri...

Frankenstein from a Critical Perspective

Mary Shelley's original Frankenstein is the subject of this critical literary analysis, which focuses on setting, language, plot, ...

Dying and Death in The Sorrows of Young Werther by Johann von Goethe and The Tragedy of King Lear by William Shakespeare

These works are considered in five pages in terms of the protagonist's perceptions of dying and death in a contrast and comparison...

A Review of Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut

A 6 page analysis of the societal message being presented in this work. Plot and characters are outlined and the emphasis that th...

Two Poems Featuring Women by William Carlos Williams

American women's social roles are considered in William Carlos Williams' poems 'Portrait of a Lady' and 'The Young Housewife' in a...