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Comedy Of Errors and Henry IV & V
“Comedy Of Errors” : A 17 page paper discussing the
characters in Shakespeare’s “Comedy of Errors.” The main
focus is on the importance of the entering and the exiting of
the many characters. In examining the play from this perspective
it becomes obvious that some of the characters are there merely
to provide a solid base for which the chaotic characters may
rush around. Without this solid foundation the chaos would be
undefinable, but with these characters the play makes more
sense and is funnier, which is the whole intent of Shakespeare’s
play. The chaotic entering and exiting is the meat of the story
however, and without it there would not be a story. No additional
sources cited. Errors.wps

Tragedy in "The Comedy of Errors" by William
Shakespeare :
In 5 pages the author discusses the element of
tragedy in "The Comedy of Errors" by William Shakespeare.
All is not as it seems in Ephesus. Are all of the townspeople
mad or is there a reason for their confusion? This is a play about
familial relationships and mistaken identity. The play is a farce
on relationships and how confused people can get when all is
not as it seems to be. Intertwined in all of the farcical elements
of the play there is an underlying tragic element, although this
play was written as a comedy. No additional sources cited.

Henry IV”(Part I) -- Shakespeare : This 10 page report
discusses the characters of Shakespeare’s “Henry IV, Part One”
and illustrates how they provide contrast to one another in their
creation of the larger world of the play. Bibliography lists 6
sources. Henry14.wps

Henry IV - Rite of Passage : A 5 page analysis of Henry IV
and his son Hal and their passage from tyrant and inconsiderate
to making amends with God, each other and Hal's subjects. One
additional source cited. Henrrite.wps

Machiavelli’s Influence in Shakespeare’s Henry VI :
A 20 page paper looking at the way sixteenth-century Florentine
politician Niccolo Machiavelli influenced Shakespeare’s
characterization of the inept ruler in his three Henry VI plays
(parts I, II, and III.) The paper shows areas in which
Shakespeare’s idea of “statesmanship” resembled Machiavelli’s,
as well as where it differed. Bibliography lists six sources.

“The Prodigal Hal” / Re-Writing Henry IV for the 1960’s :
An 8 page paper examining the possibilities inherent in setting
Henry IV, Part I in the 1960s instead of in the Elizabethan era.
The paper examines settings, costuming, lighting, and music,
and whether or not it would be advisable to update the dialogue
at all. No additional sources cited. Henry.wps

Honor In Sir Gawain, Canterbury Tales, & Henry IV :
A 5 page paper comparing the views of honor and virtue in
the three works: Sir Gaiwan and the Green Knight, The
Canterbury Tales, and Henry IV Part 1. No additional sources
cited. Greenhon.wps

Henry V / Rhetorical Devices and Theme in Act 1, Scene 2,
260-298 :
In 7 pages the author discusses the rhetorical devices
and theme in Act 1, Scene 2, 260-298 of William Shakespeare's
"Henry V." Bibliography lists 2 sources. PCwshv12.wps

Shakespeare’s “Henry V” / Treason : An 8 page analysis of
this theme as it is developed in the most patriotic of
Shakespeare’s histories. The paper concentrates on Henry’s
condemnation of the three traitors in the second act, and shows
some of the reasons why this theme was so important to
Shakespeare himself. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

Henry V – The Character of the King : A 5 page paper
discussing Shakespeare’s “The Life of King Henry the Fifth”
and the character of King Henry himself. Bibliography lists
three secondary sources used with the text of the play.

The Character of Falstaff : 4 pages analyzing Shakespeare's
use of the infamous character 'Falstaff'- specific emphasis on his
role in Henry V. No Bibliography. Falstaff.wps

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