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Romeo & Juliet and Taming of the Shrew
Romeo & Juliet Films / 1968 vs. 1996 : A 6 page comparison
of Franco Zeffirelli’s 1968 film production of Romeo and Juliet
with the 1996 version directed and produced by Baz
Luhrmann. It concludes that Luhrmann’s version, despite its
faithful Shakespearean dialogue, is so far removed from
Shakespeare’s own world-view that it can hardly be called an
interpretation of the play at all. No additional sources cited.

Romeo & Juliet / Modern Film vs. Traditional Story :
A 5 page critique of Baz Luhrmann's remake of Shakespeare's
classic love story. Discusses the impact of bringing Romeo and
Juliet into the [almost] 21st century and how it changes the
characters, as well as the art Luhrmann brings to the movie
within it's time journey. Analyzes the applicability of the theme
to young people in modern times and the lessons to be learned.
No additional sources cited. Romjul.doc

Romeo Updated / Nihilism in Verona : A 5 page paper
comparing of William Shakespeare’s original play Romeo and
Juliet with the 1996 version directed and produced by Baz
Luhrmann. This paper compares the film and the play to
determine whether the film reflects an updated version of
Shakespeare’s original theme, or something else altogether. It
concludes that Baz Luhrmann’s world view is nihilistic,
pessimistic and depressing, completely foreign to anything
Shakespeare intended. Bibliography lists six sources.

William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet / A Modern View :
This 5 page paper considers the genre of romantic tragedy,
looking closely at the 1996 film starring Leonardo DiCaprio
and Claire Danes. This paper considers how the new version of
this classic relates to the genre, and evaluates the iconography
of the genre, the deviation in the film, and how the film fits
into the postmodern text. As an extension of this evaluation,
this paper also considers the correlation between the genre and
the audience and the genre and the film. Bibliography lists 2
sources. Moderrom.wps

Taming Of The Shrew : 7 pages worth of analysis on various
issues in Taming of The Shrew. Shakespeare's use of the
relationships between actors as a commentary on the social
relationships represented in the self-contained world of the play
is discussed as are Kate's qualities which make her a "shrew."
Several quotes are used to support points. Bibliography lists 5
sources. Taming.wps

The Taming of the Shrew / Character Of Katherina
Analyzed :
This 5 page research paper examines the shrewish
nature of the character Katherina in the William Shakespeare
play, The Taming of the Shrew. Specifically discussed is her
behavior and the way she is treated by both her father and her
husband, Petruchio to determine whether or not she is a shrew
in need of taming. Bibliography lists one source. Shrew.wps

Shakespeare's “Taming of the Shrew” / Analysis of
Katharina's Monologue in Act 5 Scene 2 :
In 5 pages the
author discusses Katharina's monologue in Act 5 Scene 2 of
Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew". "'The Taming of the
Shrew' by William Shakespeare was considered to be a comedy
in his time. Its plot is the theme in which males and females
are pitted against one another for dominance in marriage. The
play appears to be about an assertive woman, Katharina, who is
coping with how she is supposed to act in the late sixteenth
century society. She is expected to obey the unwritten laws of
her society in order to be accepted by it. The play ends with
Katharina outwardly conforming to the norms of the society.
Inwardly, however she could be retaining her assertiveness,
although she assumes the role of the obedient wife". No
additional sources cited. Katharin.wps

Taming of the Shrew / The Issue Of Love : A 5 page essay
which expresses the opinion that Shakespeare does not reward
Petruchio with Katherina’s love for his abuse. Although this is
discussed in terms of the entire text, the writer finalizes the
point by contrasting Katherina’s two longest speeches in the
play. Bibliography cites 1 source. Tamekath.wps

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