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3 Works on Women's Social Role

out with flowers and shod with dainty little slippers? (Aristophanes). As this indicates, women, at least the upper class women,...

William Shakespeare's Richard the Third and the Use of Pronouns

regarded as the "polite" or "formal" form of the second person (Garvey 12). The familiar use of "thou" is best illustrated throu...

William Shakespeare's Richard the Third and Its Cinematic Interpretations

brought his version of the play forward 500 years into the 1930s. Both McKellen and director Richard Loncraine felt that Richard ...

Idealist, Realist Women, Shakespeare, Sheridan

This essay pertains to "The Comedy of Errors" (1594) and "Twelfth Night" (1601) by William Shakespeare and "The Rivals" (1775) by ...

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...

'What is Man?' and William Shakespeare's King Lear

In four pages the question regarding the nature of man is examined within the context of William Shakespeare's King Lear....

An Analysis of Two Film Versions of Richard III

In a paper consisting of seen pages the 1955 film version of Richard III by Laurence Olivier is compared with Ian McKellan's versi...

First Act, Third Scene of Gotterdammerung by Richard Wagner

In seven pages this paper discusses the placement of Gotterdammerung's Act I, Scene III as it fits into the epic scheme of 'Ring o...

Richard III and Animal Imagery

a place" (I.ii.146). And she answers, "Never hung poison on a fouler toad. Out of my sight, thou dost infect mine eyes!" (I.ii.147...

William Shakespeare's Histories and New Historicist Criticism

which make up the spectrum of everyday life of the period. Spiegel (1997), for instance, makes the point that one can see such tex...

Richard Rodriguez's 'The Achievement of Desire'

In five pages this paper analyzes the essay by Richard Rodriguez entitled 'The Achievement of Desire' in which learned and experie...

Review of Dai Richards' Film The 50 Years' War

in 1947, started with the single incident of granting Israel a portion of land which was held by the Palestinians. Historical e...

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...

Analysis of William Shakespeare's Henry IV Speeches I.ii.185-192-I.ii.1-9

In five pages this paper presents an analysis of King Henry and Prince Hal's speeches in terms of tone and metaphor in a contrast ...

Division III Athletic Program Marketing

In twelve pages Division I, Division II, and Division III marketing differences are among the topics considered in a discussion of...

Richard III England's Black Legend by Desmond Seward and The Daughter of Time by Josephine Tey

particular emphasis upon Richard III. A relevant phrase within the literary world that relates to the overall concept of good and...

Richard III Cinematic Adaptation by Laurence Olivier

In six pages Olivier's interpretation of Richard and the importance of the 5 soliloquies to the film are discussed. There are no ...

Act II, Scene IV of William Shakespeare's King Lear

it clear that his need for his retinue does not stem from physical need, but rather is a symbolic of his status in life, his autho...

Benito Mussolini, Adolf Hitler, and Richard III

days / I am determined to prove a villain" (I, i, 28-30). He is embracing his evil ambitions wholeheartedly, and with a clear und...

Three Film Versions of Richard III

foul he is that we suffer a twinge of guilt for siding with him so readily. But we tend to do it anyway. The "New York Times" rev...

Russia's 'Great Reforms'

for all of the changes and as the result of the changes and the rise of the populist movement there was the use of paternalist des...

Sonnet 73 by William Shakespeare

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

Ophelia in Hamlet by William Shakespeare

sign of madness was, in reality, a genuine declaration of affection. Ophelia is the only character with whom Hamlet can, at least...

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...

Miranda in The Tempest by William Shakespeare

In five pages the function and purpose served by Miranda's character in The Tempest by William Shakespeare are analyzed....

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...

Hamlet by William Shakespeare and the Significance of Poison

that he will do anything to avenge his death and bring the now King Claudius to justice. He understands that it will not be easy ...

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...

Shakespeare's Richard the Third and Hamlet in Cinematic Cross References Deconstruction

In five pages this report considers how famous literary works such as Shakepeare's plays must be deconstructed in order to be cine...

Shakespearean Conflict Analysis

of honor. Macbeth is one of Shakespeares darkest and most intriguing plays- a tragedy of ego, obsession, guilt and ambition. Ma...