Examines how in HAMLET, as in other Elizabethan drama, the fate of kings is tied to the order of the universe, & dissension or tension in one is reflected in the other.
This paper examines William Shakespeare’s use of fairies and magic in his play A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
This paper discusses deception in Shakespeare’s King Lear.
Summary and review of Shakespeare’s famous tragedy, Othello.
This paper discusses Shakespeare’s use of disguise in As You Like It, Measure for Measure and King Lear.
Explores the character of two main characters in the play “Much Ado About Nothing”, Beatrice and Benedick, and the changing nature of their relationship.
This is a comprehensive research essay incorporating several other resources, with full works cited included, which argues that “Romeo and Juliet” is neither a romance nor is it a tragedy, but that it is a comedic piece of literature.
An analysis of the theme of revenge in William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, contemplating the various aphorisms Shakespeare considers regarding human nature.
An analysis of how the character Iago from William Shakespeare’s Othello moves his plan forward through references to his soliloquies and exchanges with others.
Analyzes “King Lear” by WIlliam Shakespeare and the extent to which Lear’s character determines his fate.