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A Comparison of Two Characters in Shakespearean Literature

This paper compares and contrasts the character Miranda, from The Tempest, with Ophelia of The Tragedy of Hamlet. This five page...

Controversy Over the Authorship of Shakespearean Works

In six pages this paper discusses whether or not William Shakespeare actually penned the works with which he is credited and the a...

Character Relationships, William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream and 'the Play Within the Play'

In six pages this paper examines the 'play within the play' involving the character relationships of famous Shakespearean couples ...

The Villain as Himself in 'King Lear' and 'Antony & Cleopatra'

The portrayal of villains in these Shakespearean plays is the focus of this 5 page paper, which asserts that these villains are of...

Portrayal of Women in Merchant of Venice and As You Like It by William Shakespeare

of Orlando sets in motion the complex maneuverings that form the core of the plot (Kinney 299). The poems of Orlando are a mirror...

Shakespeare's Theme of Homoeroticism in a Trio of Plays

In twelve pages this paper examines how the theme of homoeroticism manifests itself in the Shakespearean plays Twelfth Night, As Y...

Renaissance Tradition in Othello by William Shakespeare

In three pages this paper discusses how traditions of the Renaissance are represented in this Shakespearean tragedy. Four sources...

Symbolism Analysis of Othello by William Shakespeare

In five pages this research paper examines how symbolism is used in this Shakespearean tragedy. Two sources are cited in the bibl...

William Shakespeare's Characters Edmund in King Lear and Iago in Othello

In three pages this essay compares these two Shakespearean villains in terms of their similarities and the lack of sympathy each e...

Metaphors of Darkness and Light in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

In five pages this paper discusses how the characters in this Shakespearean tragedy are better understood through the metaphors of...

William Shakespeare's Timon of Athens and Disillusionment

This paper consists of eight pages and discusses how the theme of disillusionment is represented in this Shakespearean play. Five...

Ghost of Hamlet's Father and its Authenticity

to manifest in either life. They take issue with something that has gone on before their death, and in fact, the ghost in Hamlet, ...

Study Notes for Hamlet by William Shakespeare

In six pages this paper presents typical study questions based upon this Shakespearean tragedy. There are no other sources listed...

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...

Identity Search of the Protagonist in King Lear by William Shakespeare

In five pages this paper examines how King Lear's identity search fuels the plot for this Shakespearean tragedy. There are no oth...

Supernatural in Macbeth and Hamlet by William Shakespeare

theme that Shakespeare used appeared in many different forms. Perhaps the most distinguished of the supernatural forms is the gho...

Rhetorical Devices and Theme in Henry V

Rhetorical devices along with the theme is discussed. The focus of this paper is on Act 1, Scene 2 in this Shakespearean play. Th...

Every Man in His Humor and Every Man Out of His Humor by Ben Jonson

In ten pages this research paper analyzed the life and two works of celebrated Shakespearean era playwright Ben Jonson. There are...

Film Adaptations of Rome and Juliet/1968 and 1996

This research paper compares and contrasts the 1968 adaptation of Romeo and Juliet directed by Frano Zeffirelli and the 1996 vers...

English Actor John Philip Kemble's Life, Works, and Contributions

In nine pages this research paper considers the life and theatrical set contributions of Shakespearean actor and theater manager J...

Shakespeare's Henry V in Historical Context

Henry V is evaluated as a historical figure as well as a character in the Shakespearean play by his name. Personality characterist...

Hamlet by William Shakespeare and Interpreting Ophelia's Madness in the Fourth Act, Fifth Scene 3 Different Ways

In nine pages this paper examines how Victorian theater actress Helena Faucit, science fiction writer Isaac Asimov, and Shakespear...

Shakespeare's As You Like It and Gender

Gender is discussed in the context of this Shakespearean play. Gender issues are carefully evaluated. This twelve page paper has ...

A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Twelfth Night - A Look at the Fools

This research report examines the fool character in each of these Shakespearean works. How these are important characters is highl...

Iago and Claudius as Villains in Othello and Hamlet by William Shakespeare

In 7 pages this paper analyzes the evil represented by villains Iago and Claudius in these Shakespearean plays. There are 3 sourc...

Analyzing Richard III and Macbeth by William Shakespeare

receive our duties, and our duties / Are to your throne and state, children and servants, / Which do but what they should, by doin...

Othello by William Shakespeare and the Value of Irony

In 5 pages this paper analyzes the significance of dramatic irony in this Shakespearean tragedy in terms of character and plot dev...

Comparing William Shakespeare's The Tempest and Richard III and Themes of Justice and Destiny

especially apparent when critically examining Shakespeares historical play, Richard III and his final work, the dark comedy, The T...

Stage and Screen Adaptations of Hamlet by William Shakespeare

identity. It is interesting to note that as he pulls on his "cloak of madness" that his true intellect becomes completely clouded ...

Comparing John Keats and William Shakespeare

demesne" (Keats PG). It is here that religion first crops up in Keats explanation. Further, the entire work is about discovery, op...