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The Tragedy of King Richard III by William Shakespeare and the Evil Protagonist

In five pages this paper presents a psychological analysis of Shakespeare's evil protagonist Richard III....

Comparison of Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Richard III and The Tragedy of King Lear

realistic representations of his daughters love for him. Eldest daughter Goneril begins this love fest, pledging, "Sir, I love y...

Comparison of Richard Loncraine's Film Richard III and William Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Richard the Third

The caricature representation of Richard in both film and play is discussed in ten pages. Nine sources are cited in the bibliograp...

William Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Richard the Third and the King's Treatment of Women

In seven pages this paper considers Queen Elizabeth, Queen Margaret, and Lady Anne in terms of how they are treated by Richard III...

Rewriting History with William Shakespeare's 'Richard the Third'

who stood in his path to the English throne, was so memorable that his work of fiction has become accepted as historical fact. Ho...

William Shakespeare's Use of Evil in Richard III and Macbeth

In six pages this paper examines how Shakespeare timelessly depicts evil in each play. Six sources are cited in the bibliography....

Relationships in Richard II and Richard III by William Shakespeare

he appears sincere and supportive, such as when Richard asks what one has said of him, and Buckingham replies "Nothing that I resp...

'Soldier of Love' Richard III in Act I, Scene ii of William Shakespeare's Play

for the deaths of her husband, Edward V, and her father, Henry VI. Nevertheless, he demonstrates himself as quite capable in prov...

Ian McKellan's Film 'Richard III' and Evil

In six pages this paper examines how evil is portrayed in this cinematic interpretation of William Shakespeare's 'Richard III' wit...

'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....

'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...

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 ...

Shakespeare and the Cost of Power

In a paper of three pages, the writer looks at the cost of power in Shakespeare's tragedies. Richard III, As You Like It, and the ...

Richard and Richmond's Speeches in Richard the Third by William Shakespeare

and one in blood establishd; One that made means to come by what he hath, And slaughterd those that were the means to help him; Ab...

Multifaceted King Lear

In seven pages this paper discusses the multifaceted protagonist William Shakespeare created in King Lear and all of the personali...

Richard III and Love

In five pages this paper discusses how love is presented through the perceptions of Richard III in William Shakespeare's historica...

Apocalypse and King Lear by William Shakespeare

In seven pages this paper examines how the apocalypse is symbolized in the flawed pagan King Lear, who is the protagonist of Shake...

Hamlet by William Shakespare and Revenge as Tooo Much of 'a Good Thing'

In five pages the revenge theme in Shakespeare's tragedy is analyzed....

Character Analysis of Imogen in The Tragedy of Cymbeline by William Shakespeare

distainfully resists him, declaring, "Away! I do condemn mine ears that have / So long attended thee. If thou wert honourable, / T...

William Shakespeare's 'Romantic Revisions'

tragic reality. It comes as no surprise to note that one of the most powerfully, if not the most powerfully, tragic individual ...

Blame and King Lear

In five pages William Shakespeare's elderly protagonist is examined in a discussion of whether or not he can be blamed for the tra...

Importance of the Fool Character in William Shakespeare’s King Lear: A Critical Assessment

might be King Lear, but if there were no Fool, there would be - in his opinion - no play. In Shakespearean Tragedy, Bradley procl...

Richard III by William Shakespeare and Looking for Richard Film

offer some different scenes, though ultimately only about one quarter of Shakespeares Richard III is actually presented in the fil...

Richard II and Richard III by William Shakespeare

the latest fashions, spending money on his friends, and also pursuing wars against Ireland and elsewhere that his realm cannot af...

King Lear and Henry VIII in A Man for All Seasons

In five pages this paper examines the King's role in Robert Bolt's A Man for All Seasons and William Shakespeare's King Lear. The...

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...

Marx Brothers' Duck Soup and King Lear by William Shakespeare

In five pages this report compares Groucho Marx' character Rufus T. Firefly in the 1933 film Duck Soup with William Shakespeare's ...

Act III, Scene 4 of King Lear by William Shakespeare

psychologist points out that Edgar discusses his own case lucidly, while indulging in unlimited incoherence in regards to everythi...

3 Cinematic Interpretations of William Shakespeare's Richard III

most notably, but not really missed, were Queen Margaret, and Edward IV. Some of the lengthy dialogue was taken out without detrac...

Villains in William Shakespeare’s Macbeth and Richard III

sensibilities: "The Prince of Cumberland! That is a step / On which I must fall down, or else oerleap, / For in my way it lies. S...