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Seven Soliloquies of Hamlet: A Journey into Madness

things rank and gross in nature / Possess it merely. That it should come to this! / But two months dead! Nay, not so much, not two...

Effects of Hubris on Tragic Shakespearean Heroes Brutus, Hamlet, and Othello

my cause, and be silent, that you may hear. Believe me for mine honor, and have respect to mine honor, that you may believe. Cen...

The Problem of Free Will and How It is Treated in Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House

will is responsible for the subsequent chain of events. Therein is the problem of free will. If it in fact exists, how...

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...

Star Wars by John Williams

This essay offers an overview of the melody and harmony used in John William's main theme from Star Wars. The writer compares Will...

'The Makropulos Case: Reflections on the Tedium of Immortality' by Bernard Williams

almost visceral, level. Whether or not the student agrees or not will generally be based on a personal belief system, ideology, re...

For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls by Christopher Durang

Durang's satire of Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie is considered in this report of five pages in which the author's succes...

Women's Roles in Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales and William Shakespeare's Hamlet

In eight pages this paper contrasts and compares how women's roles are depicted in these two classic works of literature. Five so...

Homer's 'The Odyssey' and William Shakespeare's Hamlet

and the tales of this one mans adventure. The man is Odysseus and his adventures are legendary. He is not a man searching for the ...

Comparison of Hamlet by William Shakespeare and Moby Dick by Herman Melville

In six pages this paper contrasts and compares the vengeance and madness of Shakespeare's Hamlet and Melville's Captain Ahab. Sev...

William Shakespeare Plays Romeo and Juliet, Othello, Hamlet, and Journeys

In five pages the heroic journeys presented in each of these plays by William Shakespeare are analyzed in terms of their significa...

Identity in William Shakespeare's Measure for Measure and Hamlet

In five pages this paper examines the power of identity in the similarities and differences that exist among characters Mariana in...

Analysis of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, and Sophocles' Oedipus

In six pages this research paper contrasts and compares these works by Shakespeare and Sophocles in terms of tragic themes and iro...

Female Characters in William Shakespeare's Othello and Hamlet

In each, their gestures of submission paradoxically enable the expression of desire. This shows female characters that inhabit th...

Supernatural in Macbeth and Hamlet by William Shakespeare

This paper consists on five pages and analyzes how within these tragedies the Bard relies heavily upon the supernatural for struct...

Russ McDonald's 'Presentational Theater' and William Shakespeare's Coriolanus, Hamlet, and Othello

This paper consists of five pages in which Russ McDonald's 'presentational theater' theory is used to analyze illustrations from S...

William Shakespeare's Use of Sexuality in the Plays Antony and Cleopatra, Hamlet, and Othello

In twelve pages this paper examines how sexuality is thematically portrayed in these plays in terms of obsession, interracial love...

Proto Feminism in Hamlet and Antony and Cleopatra by William Shakespeare

In ten pages this paper contrasts Ophelia and Cleopatra in order to determine whether or not they reflect the proto feminist views...

Hamlet by William Shakespeare and the Character of Ophelia

defines her character. She is, in essence, a human mirror, used to reflect the desires of others (Dane gdane.html). Her inabilit...

Language Used in Hamlet by William Shakespeare

In five pages the figurative language featured in Hamlet is analyzed. Three sources are cited in the bibliography....

Disease Imagery in William Shakespeare's Hamlet

In five pages this paper discusses the symbolism of disease imagery such as poison in the ear and elements of decay featured in th...

Analysis of the 'Closet Scene' from William Shakespeare's Hamlet

In eight pages this research paper analyzes the closet scene in terms of what it reveals about Queen Gertrude's innocence or guilt...

Deficient Conclusion to Hamlet by William Shakespeare

In four pages this paper argues that the ending of William Shakespeare's most famous play is unsatisfactory. There are no other s...

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...

Comparative Analysis of William Shakespeare's Play Hamlet and Kenneth Branagh's Film Adaptation

In six pages this paper compares the strong similarities between Kenneth Branagh's cinematic interpretation of Hamlet and Shakespe...

Analysis of Madness in Death and the Maiden by Ariel Dorfman and Hamlet by William Shakespeare

In five pages this research paper analyzes madness within the contexts of Paulina Salas Escobar in the play and screenplay Death a...

Timelessness of William Shakespeare's Hamlet

In five pages this paper considers the timeless aspects of the themes presented in William Shakespeare's tragic play. There is no...

Hamlet and William Shakespeare's Use of Imagery

In six pages Hamlet and how Shakespeare artfully employed imagery particularly regarding the ghost are examined. Seven sources ar...

William Shakespeare's Hamlet and the Use of Imagery II

In five pages this research paper examines how imagery is featured in depicting nature, disease, and Christianity within the conte...

Misogyny and William Shakespeare's Hamlet

In ten pages the 'nunnery scene' is among the topics discussed in a consideration of past and present societal misogyny and in a c...