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"Faust" and "Madame Bovary"

who is, for a good many people, the most entertaining character in the play. Mephistopheles manipulates Faust so that he "loves an...

Emma Bovary and Dmitri Gurov

less intelligent, intuitive and passionate than Emma, and yet he "receives an education as a health officer which equips him for a...

Comparative Analysis of Richard Wright's 'Morning Star' and George Schuyler's 'Black No More'

Secure in the knowledge that his origins are unknown, Max joins a white supremacist group and allies himself with their bigotry. S...

Themes of Money and Sex in Gustave Flaubert's Madame Bovary

In three and a half pages a critical analysis of the observation 'Sex lies at the base of what happens: Along with money it is the...

Thematic Comparison of Othello and Hamlet

In a paper consisting of 5 pages the theme of betrayal as it is depicted in William Shakespeare's Othello and Hamlet is discussed....

A Comparison of Juliet and Desdemona

This research report focuses on two female Shakespearean characters who are Juliet in Romeo and Juliet and Desdemona in Othello. T...

Uncertain Visions in Oedipus the King and Othello

In five pages this paper examines a common literary theme as it pertains to Oedipus the King by Sophocles and Othello by William S...

The Directors' Vision of Three Plays

This 9 page paper examines the way in which three different directors approach Shakespeare. It looks at Kenneth Branagh's producti...

Tragic Couples Romeo and Juliet and Othello and Desdemona

esteemed Senator Brabantio. She has maintained a childish naivet? about the world, because she has not seen much of it, beyond th...

Othello by William Shakespeare and Themes of Love and Distrust

In 5 pages the ways in which Shakespeare developed the themes of mistrust within the context of the unhappy relationships between ...

Scenes from Shakespeare

In five pages this paper discusses characters and themes in certain scenes from William Shakespeare's plays Troilus and Cressida, ...

Oedipus Rex and Othello Compared “Oedipus Rex”

to speak out. Of course, Oedipus is infuriated by such statements and knows that they must have been instigated by one of his enem...

Othello Themes

really betrayed Othello. Iago is determined to manipulate Othello to his own desires, which are many. Throughout the play the re...

Uncertain Vision in "Oedipus the King" and "Othello"

woman who was now a widow, he fell in love and married her-his mother (Sophocles). Apollo curses Thebes and says that the city wil...

Death Themes in Othello by William Shakespeare

his prowess as a warrior that has drawn Desdemona to him. When his loss of battles to fight on the actual battlefield come to an e...

Racism in William Shakespeare's Othello

connection between Iagos perception of race and the cultural perception that "black" equates with "evil." This perception of race ...

Othello by William Shakespeare and Themes of Corruption and Jealousy

be the corrupt individual that he is. That said we move on with a discussion of Othellos jealousy. Othello is convinced, through...

Revenge and Jealousy Featured in Othello by William Shakespeare

as an under-current that influences all other actions. Shakespeare pulls his audiences into the experience of such dichotomy throu...

William Shakespeare's Othello and the 'Jewel' Desdemona

as he did during the fateful dinner when the guest at the Brabantio table was the victorious General Othello, his treasure could n...

Othello and Iago's Views of the World

discussing Othello, Roderigo blatantly refers to Othello in derogatory terms by calling him "the thick lips" which directly single...

How Othello is Admired by Others in the First Act, Third Scene of Othello by William Shakespeare

an outsider, a theme which is emphasized in most critical analyses of the play, Othellos identity as the Moor in Venice was "not a...

Racism in Othello

seem that Desdemona is having an affair with Cassio, the man that Othello favored for promotion over Iago. Convinced that Desdemon...

Emilia's Importance to Othello by William Shakespeare

Iago as evil, but what is Iagos true motivation? It could in fact be that he is envious of Othello. Yet, he seems to be somewhat p...

Two Great Tragic Heroes

lovd me for the dangers I had passd / And I lovd her that she did pity them" (I.iii.167-168). Pity here doesnt mean that she was s...

Othello’s Behavior in Act IV, Scene I

does, then asks Lodovico why he wants her to return; then he has a speech in which he addresses his lines first to Lodovico then t...

Iago's Devices in Othello by William Shakespeare

also aware that Desdemona is not one of his soldiers, obliged to obey orders; she is her own person and if she chooses not to love...

Iago’s Poison

black man in a white world. Not only that, but hes married a white woman, and although she loves him very much, he is easily drive...

The Aristotelian Tragedy of Othello

soldiers, and Iago responds that he too is upset with Othello for promoting another soldier, Cassio, over Iago, despite Iagos havi...

Tragic Hero and Sympathy for William Shakespeare's Othello

of sympathy it is first necessary to understand that the classification of "Othello" as a "tragedy" is, of course, not to be confu...

Choices Made by Othello

at odds with the reality that one human being can never know for certain the inner most thoughts and desires of another (Vanita, 1...