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Self Serving Fathers in the Plays of William Shakespeare

to ask whether Miranda is listening to him when it seems obvious that she is. This seems like a control mechanism rather than a ge...

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....

Shakespearean Conflict Analysis

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

Relationships Between Fathers and Daughters Baptista and Katherine and Polonius and Ophelia

Through his insightful approach, Shakespeare attempts to push forward the strength and spirituality of women. Indeed, he recogniz...

Hamlet's 2 Sides The Two Sides of Hamlet, Before and After the Appearance of His Father's Ghost

In eight pages this paper analyzes William Shakespeare's most famous protagonist before his father's ghost's appearance and afterw...

Theme of Incest in William Shakespeare's Hamlet

1949. The first soliloquy provides ample opportunity to witness the impact this has upon Hamlet, inasmuch as he simply cannot com...

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...

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....

"Hamlet" and Suicide as an Important Theme

not fixd His canon gainst self-slaughter! O God! God! How weary, stale, flat, and unprofitable Seem to me all the uses of this wor...

Shakespeare/Sonnet 73

spring of renewal, for the person that has died. This fact is emphasized in the final metaphor, which is addressed in the next fou...

Overview of Postmodern Views on William Shakespeare

In ten pages this paper examines postmodern philosopher Stanley Cavell's views on William Shakespeare's tragic plays Antony and Cl...

Macbeth, An Address of Eight Specific Questions on this Classic Play

This ten page paper addresses eight specific quesitons on Shakespeare's play. Two sources....

Evaluating Hamlet

Ophelia: More than Just Friends? A Palace Source Tells All"). Then there is also the almost-incestuous relationship between Haml...

Significance of the ‘Play Within a Play’ (Act III, Scene II) of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet

Prince. Despite his antic disposition or pretending to be mad as another ploy to ensnare Claudius in his revenge trap, maybe Haml...

'The Play's the Thing': Analyzing Six Passages from William Shakespeare's Plays

Analysis of William Shakespeare's Hamlet (Act V, Scene ii), As You Like It (Act II, Scene vii), Richard III (Act I, Scene ii), The...

Henry IV, Part I by William Shakespeare and the Relationship Between Prince Hal and King Henry

with the help of Worcester, Northumberland and Hotspur, (the Percy family) deposed and murdered King Richard. Bolingbroke is now K...

Paternal Loss in Hamlet by William Shakespeare

now he is praying; And now Ill dot. And so he goes to heaven; And so am I revenged" (Hamlet III iii). He stops, however, and truly...

Delayed Reaction of Hamlet to Seek Vengeance for His Father's Slaying

of character. He knows that, for many reasons, his actions have consequences, but his major miscalculation is in what form they w...

Shakespeare’s View of Father/Daughter Relationships

surprising that there is evidence in a number of Shakespeares plays that a female characters who is "self-aware" and "skillful" is...

Females in William Shakespeare Plays Queen Margaret and Lady Percy

In eleven pages Queen Margaret in William Shakespeare's Richard the Third and Lady Percy in Shakespeare's historical play Henry IV...

Antony and Cleopatra by William Shakespeare and Enobarbus' Role

exists between Antony and Cleopatra and through his overblown language show the audience that the romance between Antony and Cleop...

Battle of the Sexes in “Midsummer Night’s Dream”

that Hermia wants to marry Lysander but that he has forbidden it and told her she must marry Demetrius (Shakespeare). Theseus unde...

Sexual Self Discipline in Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare

In five pages this paper discusses conduct standards and sexual self discipline within the context of this play by William Shakesp...

Nineteenth Century Romanticism and the Importance of William Shakespeare's Hamlet

of both on the individual. Certainly, Hamlet offers insight to a man who is torn by a number of powerful emotions but who also thi...

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 Gertrude II

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

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 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...