A comparative analysis of the theme of love and false love in William Shakespeare’s King Lear, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “Great Gatsby” and “Fifth Business” by Robertson Davies.
Covers the character of “Hamlet” and his actions in regards to the views and values of the Shakespearean audience.
Analyzes and compares the characters Cordelia from “King Lear” (William Shakespeare) and Marlow from “Heart of Darkness” (Joseph Conrad).
Analytical essay on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
This paper compares Shakespeare’s `Macbeth` to Tolkien’s Ringwraiths.
Examines the theory that Christopher Marlowe was actually the writer of all William Shakespeare’s works.
Falstaff and his role in Shakespeare’s `King Henry IV`, Parts 1 and 2.
An examination of the character of Lady Capulet in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
Compares the role and appearance of clowns in three plays by William Shakespeare – Hamlet, Macbeth and As You Like It.
A look at the theme of destructive power in the sonnets of William Shakespeare.