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This is a 9-page Comparative Literature essay about Shakespearean trope and metaphors. The body of the essay includes two paragraphs as an introduction and thesis statement. The body of the text includes different tropes Shakespeare used and their significance. A short conclusion can be found before the Works Cited page. There are 15 sources included and the manual of style is MLA. | more info

This essay analyzes the humor in Shakespeare's Measure for Measure. Specific examples from the piece are discussed to prove this point. The story is also compared to three other works: The Merchant of Venice, As You Like It, and Twelfth Night. The plots and themes are compared and contrasted and the feelings of critics are explained. Pages: 6.5 (color title page present at end of text) Sources: none Format: none | more info

This essay is a reflection on Shakespeare's Hamlet and how it is not possible to completely judge a person on first impressions. The way in which the reader comes to understand and pity Hamlet and his behavior is analyzed through specific events in the story. The paper argues that no one person can be all good or all bad. Pages: 4.3 Sources: none Format: none | more info

This essay discusses the humor found in Shakespeare's Hamlet. Specific examples from the story are used to illustrate the comedy found in this piece and the tragic instances in the play are analyzed as well. Pages: 4 Sources: 2 Format: MLA | more info

This paper discusses the relation between masters and servants as is discussed in Shakespeare's The Tempest. Specific examples from the text are used to prove this point. The relationships between characters are also explained. Pages: 3.5 Sources: 1 Format: MLA | more info

This essay explains the dual nature of wit and folly as is present in Shakespeare's play Twelfth Night. The puns and inside meanings are also analyzed as well as the characters' actions. Pages: 4 Sources: none Format: none | more info

This is a 900-word paper comparing the character Ophelia in Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Hamlet: Prince of Denmark to Laura in William Tennessee's The Glass Menagerie. It focuses on the two character's ability to control their fate and their relationship with their families. Pages: 5 Sources: 6 Format: MLA | more info

This paper is a brief summary of William Shakespeare's play, Hamlet. It discusses some of the evil plots that occur and the eventual backlash that is caused. Pages: 1 Sources: 1 Format: MLA | more info

This paper discusses the differing viewpoints of why Hamlet delayed in killing his Uncle Claudius. The writer describes Hamlet's emotional and mental anguish throughout the play. Pages: 2 Sources: 8 Format: MLA | more info

This paper analyzes the characters Puck and Nick Bottom in William Shakespeare's play, A Midsummer's Night Dream. Pages: 3 Sources: 3 Format: MLA | more info

The following 3-page model paper is an essay about William Shakespeare’s play, “Much Ado About Nothing.” The paper discusses the title of the play and it’s meaning, as well as Shakespeare’s play on the words note, noting, and nothing. The paper is written in MLA style with one source. | more info

This is a 4-page paper in MLA format without sources comparing and contrasting clothing as metaphor in Shakespeare’s As You Like It. How character dress changes throughout the play is discussed as well as how simple characters are dressed in comparison to how more complex characters are dressed. How dress benefits main characters of the play is also explained. | more info

The following paper examines the character of Edgar in King Lear. The paper is 3 pages long with 1 source in MLA style. How Edgar shows the reader how to live life despite fear is discussed as well as Edgar’s love for his father. How Edgar continues to exhibit personal strengths in the face of many adversaries is continually examined throughout the paper. | more info

This five page paper asserts that major themes within King Lear are representations of events and issues within Shakespeare’s own life. It uses seven sources, 6 are journal articles and 1 is an Internet source. The quotation style is MLA. How Shakespeare’s characters represent and relate to occurrences and persons in Shakespeare’s life is explained including family issues of inheritance and property rights. | more info

This 13-page, MLA style term paper, explores the gender and sexual confusions of Shakespeare's As You Like It. The author suggests through the confusions Shakespeare critiques the romantic assumptions of his own age. The author uses 3 books as sources and the paper is written on a college graduate level. | more info

The following 5-page model essay discusses the speeches given by Portia in “The Merchant of Venice” and Isabella in “Measure for Measure” in which justice means love and mercy and benevolence, not merely sovereignty and the letter of the law. It discusses the eloquence of their speeches and their overall effect. The paper has 2 sources and is in MLA style. | more info

This ten-page essay is written in MLA format with seven references cited. It discusses a particular motif in seven of Shakespeare’s plays, that is, the relationship of the protagonist with his lover or wife. The thesis of the essay is that the playwright had a restrictive convention with which to contend, owing to the technical limitations of the Elizabethan stage and the custom of having boys play the female roles. How Shakespeare resolved this problem brilliantly through his use of conventional literary forms, and poetry or prose for the exchanges between man and woman, is documented, using Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Henry V, Richard III, Hamlet, Othello and Macbeth as examples. The motif of courtly love is reworked in each of these dramas to suit the situation of the protagonist and his woman. | more info

This two-page essay is written in MLA format with no references cited. It examines the Closet Scene between Hamlet and Gertrude, in the light of Hamlet’s philosophical views, his goal of revenge, and today’s moral standards. Looked at in each of these aspects, the actions of Hamlet are assessed in terms of how justifiable and practical they are, and the finding supported from the text of the play. The thesis of the essay is that Hamlet’s treatment of his mother makes sense and is even justified as part of his commitment to avenge his father, but not in the other modes. However, by its very inconsistency across the spectrum of motivation, it is key to the tragedy as Hamlet fails to synthesize his goal of revenge with his philosophical and moral beliefs. | more info

This is a 4 page paper in MLA style using 5 sources on the subject of Hamlet as a revenge tragedy. The development and history of revenge tragedy is discussed as well as the role of the heroic figure. It relies on five resources presented in MLA format. | more info

This is a 3-page essay that talks about Hamlet as a guilty murderer. Its basic premise is that Hamlet was directly responsible for six deaths and therefore cannot be considered as an innocent murderer. | more info

This one-page essay is written in MLA format. It examines the Shakespearean sonnet “That Time of Year Thou May’st in Me Behold” and traces the evolution of the extended metaphor of seasonality and a natural ending to all things, that runs through the poem. Since it is inevitable that the love affair must end, the poet seeks to explain not only the intensity of their passion but also their need to reconcile themselves with its finality, by showing that in nature all glorious things end. He also allows the lvoer to be the one who chooses to leave eventually and put an end to their love; he is the ardent lover and the one who suffers most. | more info

This is a four page paper discussing Romeo and Juliet and rhetoric strategy. It uses no sources and is written in MLA style. The thesis statement is: William Shakespeare, in his play, “Romeo and Juliet,” targeted audience members from all classes, his style was geared to be appreciated and understood by anyone attending the play, and his goal was to move members of the target audience so they would continue their patronage; he used several rhetorical strategies in this play, including the excessive use of violence to show the stupidity of the feud, the style of the language, the use of emotional words, the lack of moderation of feelings, the use of absolutes and he also employed a genetic fallacy. | more info

This is a one-page response to a question regarding Brabantio’s reaction and state of mind in “Othello” when finding Desdemona’s chamber empty and how his speech conveys this. There are no outside sources and the paper is written in MLA format. | more info

This is a two page essay on the way grief was dealt with in Hamlet. The paper first explains Hamlet’s character and his emotional nature and then goes on to illustrate Hamlet as depressed, angry, and vengeful. It utilizes two quotes from Hamlet. | more info

The following 2-page model essay discusses how mad Hamlet really is. It gives the examples of Hamlet’s indecision and his treatment of Gertrude and Ophelia to support thesis. It is in MLA style with 1 source. | more info

This 3-page paper compares Akira Kurosawa's “Throne of Blood” to Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” and studies the similarities and differences between the two. The paper shows where the Japanese director deviated from the originated plot to create a film suitable for Japanese viewers. The paper relies on 2 sources presented in MLA format. | more info

This is a three-page essay on the use of Lodovico by Shakespeare as a dramatic device in the play “Othello”. It examines how Lodovico causes Othello to take action. It has one source: the book Othello. It is in APA format. | more info

This 4-page paper studies the 1996 release of the movie, Romeo and Juliet with reference to Shakespeare’s play to see the similarities and differences between the two. The movie stars Leonardo Di Caprio and is a modern adaptation of Shakespearean play and the paper discusses the camera work and other cinematographic aspects of the film. | more info

This 3 page paper defines the Aristotelian definition of the tragic hero, their qualities, strengths, and weaknesses. In particular, this paper discusses Shakespeare’s heroes, their hidden flaws and their falls from grace. Desdemona is the character in Othello that is analyzed within this paper. It is three pages long and uses no sources. | more info

This is a two-page essay on “Othello” and why he classifies as a tragic hero as defined by Aristotle. Othello’s noble qualities are discussed as well as the hidden fault that led to the character’s downfall. Speech from the play is utilized to prove this analysis. It is in MLA format and relies on no outside sources. | more info

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