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Measure For Measure, The Merchant of Venice,
and Much Ado About Nothing
Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure” / Sexual
Self-discipline :
A 5 page paper examining this issue in
Shakespeare’s play. The paper concludes that a person who sets
standards of good conduct and then goes out into the world to
live up to them is esteemed more highly than someone with the
same good intentions who never has to make the hard choices in
life. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Sexmeas.wps

“Measure For Measure” / Controlling Women : This 7 page
paper analyzes Shakespeare's play. The prevailing thesis is the
avoidance and control of "mother" through the control of
women. The writer demonstrates how all male characters,
especially the Duke, control women and thus the mother figure
or image throughout the text. Specific citations are offered in
support of the thesis. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

“Measure For Measure,” Act 2, Scene 4 : In 3 pages, the
author analyzes in detail the soliloquy of Isabella when she is
speaking to Angelo in Act 2, Scene 4 of "Measure for Measure"
by William Shakespeare. The importance of the lines in relation
to the theme of the play, and the imagery are discussed. No
additional sources cited. Mform.wps

Minor Characters in “Measure for Measure”: A six page
paper looking at Shakespeare’s play in terms of the way its
minor characters -- both those in the main plot and those in the
subplot -- support and develop the theme of the play. The paper
concludes that in “Measure for Measure,” the ensemble
structure allows the audience to discern the real protagonist of
this play -- the morally-bankrupt society of Vienna itself.
Bibliography lists 5 sources. KBmeasur.wps

“The Merchant of Venice” / Deceptive Apperances :
A 5 page paper which examines the underlying theme of deceiving
appearances that is present throughout William Shakespeare’s
classic comedy, The Merchant of Venice (1597). TGmov.wps

Law and Justice In “The Merchant Of Venice” : A 5 page
paper analyzing the use of the courtroom scene in
Shakespeare’s play. The paper asserts that Shakespeare used
this scene as a way to give a voice to individuals normally not
heard in Elizabethan society, such as women and Jews.
Bibliography lists three sources. Mvenice.wps

Anti-Semitism In “The Merchant Of Venice” : A 5 page
paper looking at the way Shakespeare deals with the character
of the Jewish moneylender Shylock in this play. The paper
concludes that Shakespeare’s handling of the question of
anti-Semitism gives Shylock a way to vent his wrath at the
Christians who have persecuted him, while at the same time
making that wrath forgivable. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Shakespeare’s “Merchant Of Venice”/ Role of The
: A 4 page paper examining the occurrence of
“other” in Shakespeare’s works. The issue is discussed
using Adelman’s thesis that Shakespeare’s characters
project their own fears onto other characters they define as
“other.” An analysis of Adleman’s theory is included, followed
by a discussion which addresses the separate elements that
such a reality involves. Adleman’s theory, while correct in
some ways, is in other ways far-fetched and ridiculous.
Adleman’s theories are related to similar issues which
appear in the Shakespeare play, “Merchant of Venice.”
No additional sources cited. Veniceot.wps

Much Ado About Nothing : A 9 page examination of plot,
theme, structure, & meaning in "Much Ado About Nothing."
The writer finds that although Much Ado is not as popular as
some of Shakespeare's other plays, it excels in wit and in the
author's renowned use of colloquial prose. Bibliography lists 7
critical sources. Muchado.wps

Much Ado About Nothing # 2 : A 5 page paper discussing the
differences and the similarities between the love of Claudio and
Hero and the love of Benedick and Beatrice in the classic by
William Shakespeare, "Much Ado About Nothing." While
Claudio and Hero’s love is based on appearances, wealth, and
ignorance Benedick and Beatrice’s attraction is based on mutual
regard, respect, and the fact that they both acknowledge the
inner beauty of the other. The outcome is perhaps the only
common bond that the two relationships share. Bibliography
lists 3 sources. Muchnw.wps

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