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In five pages this analysis of Antony and Cleopatra considers clashes between East and West and between cultures Egypt and Rome. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.
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In five pages this paper examines happiness within the family contexts of Shakespeare's plays The Winter's Tale, King Lear, All's Well That Ends Well, Henry IV, and As You Like It. One source is cited in the bibliography.
In five pages this report examines how self destruction is depictedthrough various devices and dramatic tone in these works by William Shakespeae. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages this report analyzes how power is featured in these respective works and how they influence the featured characters in each. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages this character analysis of Claudius focuses on ethical values with a contrast and comparison between Prince Hamlet and King Claudius. Five sources are listed in the bibliography.
In four pages this paper discusses how the protagonist gleans information by moving through lower ranks in a preparation for power. There are no other sources listed.
Is Henry V really a literary hero? The paper argues that he is a literary hero and in fact could serve as a role model in today's day and age.This five page paper has one source listed in the bibliography.
In two and a half pages this paper examines how '1 Henry IV' is vastly different in terms of content, theme, and structure from 'Richard II' despite being a sequel. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.
In seven pages a comparative analysis of these plays by William Shakespeare focus upon the power theme as portrayed in each. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.
In ten pages a character analysis of King John as featured in Shakespeare's play of the same name is presented. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.
In seven pages this paper discusses the multifaceted protagonist William Shakespeare created in King Lear and all of the personality traits and conflicts including generosity and greed, weakness and power, good and evil he embodies. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.
In seven pages this paper examines the royal court and its power within the context of William Shakespeare's King Lear. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.
In three pages this creative essay considers the possibilities of King Lear, instead of falling victim to old age and resigned to defeat, adopts a more ‘hippie’ attitude and organizes a revolution against daughters in order to win back his power. Two sources are listed in the bibliography.
In fourteen pages this paper examines Shakespeare's tragedy in terms of how power manifests itself in person and in deed. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages this report examines the acquisition of power in Macbeth by William Shakespeare in this analysis of how subversiveness was depicted.
In eight pages this paper examines how Macbeth and his Lady's lust for greed and power ultimately led to madness, destruction, and the deaths of themselves and others. Five other sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages King Henry and King Macbeth are compared in terms of their power rises, pinnacles, and declines. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.
In four pages this paper examines patriarchal tyranny in Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare. There are no other sources listed.
This paper consists of eight pages and considers how Shakespeare treated women in his political plays with the emphasis being upon Richard the Third. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography.
In fourteen pages this paper analyzes the first act, fourth scene of Richard III in a consideration of how the second person pronoun of 'thou' is used. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.
In an essay consisting of 3 pages Joseph Campbell's theories on love and myth as articulated in his text 'The Power of Myth' are applied to Shakespeare's play. There is 1 bibliographic source cited.
In seven pages this paper examines the statements this play makes about British colonization in the characterizations of Caliban, Ariel, and Prospero. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.
In four pages this paper discusses Shakespeare's final play with a character analysis of Caliban and a discussion of the presence of 2 political powers. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.
This 3 page paper discusses examples of the power of language and the creativity Shakespeare displays in his play “The Tempest.” Bibliography lists 1 source.
In 5 pages the similarities and the differences between the ways in which Prospero treats servants Ariel and Caliban in The Tempest are discussed. There are no other sources listed.
In eight pages this research proposal considers relieving pain through acupuncture with the emphasis being on lower back pain treatment with methodology and literature review included. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.
This paper addresses the use of figurative language in Shakespeare's, Sonnet Eighteen, and Cavendish's, Nature's Cook. This five page paper has five sources listed in the bibliography.
In five pages this paper considers the importance of human emotions in Bronte's 'Wuthering Heights' and Shakespeare's 'The Winter's Tale.' There are no other sources listed.
This 4 page reviews the article by Myriam S. Denov published in A four page review of the article published in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Research findings and methodology are outlined. 1 source.
In a paper of three pages, the writer looks at the cost of power in Shakespeare's tragedies. Richard III, As You Like It, and the Merchant of Venice, are examined for their thematic perceptions of power. Paper uses three sources.
In three pages this essay discusses the concepts of heroism, patriotism, and power as they are portrayed in these two historical plays by William Shakespeare. There are no other sources listed.
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