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King Lear, The Tragedy of Cymbeline, & Two
Gentlemen of Verona
The Fool in King Lear : A 5 page paper about the character of
the Fool in King Lear. The writer describes why the Fool acts
as the only character with wisdom and insight, and the dramatic
effect that this serves. No additional sources cited. Kinglea.wps

Motif of Disguise in "King Lear" : A 5 page paper on
disguises and deception in Shakespeare's play. The writer
details the use of both physical and emotional disguises by the
characters, and how this works to advance the plot and also to
describe characters. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Learmask.wps

King Lear / Goneril’s Soliloquy : A 4 page paper in which
King Lear’s eldest daughter, Goneril, explains her wicked
behavior toward her father; her husband, Edmund; and her
sisters, Regan and Cordelia from her own, positive rationale.
Bibliography lists 1 source. Goneril.wps

The Significance of Taking a Breath in King Lear : 6 pages
in length. An analytical look at the specific importance of taking
a breath in Shakespeare's "King Lear." Using several instances
from the play -- as well as quotes from others -- the writer
highlights Shakespeare's purposeful use of this otherwise
common human activity. Bibliography lists 4 supporting
sources. Kinglear.wps

King Lear and Oedipus As Tragic Heroes : A 5 page paper
discussing Lear and Oedipus as tragic heroes, as defined by
Aristotle. Cites characteristics of each figure, discussing each
man’s basic goodness and his sense of right and wrong and how
each deals with violations of his own conscience. Bibliography
lists 1 source. Learo.wps

Questioning Authority In Renaissance Drama : A 6 page
paper looking at Shakespeare’s King Lear, The Tempest, and
Spanish playwright Lope de Vega’s Fuente Ovejuna in terms of
the degree to which they permit characters to question and flout
authority. The paper argues that this has a great deal to do with
the medieval view of government as a God-given hierarchy, and
only as humanism began to take hold could authority be
questioned. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Devega.wps

Kingship And Downfall In Beowulf And Lear : A 5 page
paper comparing Beowulf and Shakespeare’s King Lear in
terms of the protagonists’ deaths at the end of their respective
works of literature. The paper observes that Beowulf’s
overconfidence caused him to die precisely as he wanted -- a
hero -- while Lear’s vanity caused him to die a tragic and
humbled death. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Learbeo.wps

The Tragedy Of Cymbeline / Nature of Evil : An 8 page
paper analyzing the extent to which Shakespeare sidesteps the
issue of evil in this seldom-produced play. The paper shows that
by refusing to set any ground rules for social behavior early on,
Shakespeare creates an atmosphere of amorality throughout the
work. Bibliography lists six sources. Tragcym.wps

The Tragedy Of Cymbeline / A Character Study Of
: This 2 page essay provide a character analysis
of Imogen -- one of Shakespeare’s strongest female characters
-- by analyzing three specific passages from the play. Imogen.rtf

Psychological Realism in William Shakespeare’s
“Cymbeline” & “Twelfth Night”:
A 6 page paper which
examines how William Shakespeare employs psychological
realism in the poetic language of the tragedy, Cymbeline
(1610), and the romantic farce, Twelfth Night (1601).
Bibliography lists 7 sources. TGcymtn.rtf

Shakespeare’s “The Two Gentlemen of Verona” / Valentine
vs Proteus :
In 5 pages the author compares and contrasts
Valentine's and Proteus' attitudes toward friendship and love in
Shakespeare's "The Two Gentlemen of Verona, " and how these
attitudes effected the ultimate outcome of the play.
Bibliography lists 5 sources. Valprot.wps

Loyalty in William Shakespeare’s “The Two Gentlemen of
A 5 page paper which examines the theme of loyalty
that is present throughout William Shakespeare’s comedy, The
Two Gentlemen of Verona (1623?). No additional sources
cited. TGVerona.rtf

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