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Merchant of Venice Introduction Shakespeare uses many vivid methods to create anxiety of the audience; he also uses staged irony and other skills to engage the audience in the play, Merchant of Venice. The ways that Shakespeare uses would have been suitable for... [ view article ]

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Hamlet and Oedipus The King Although created centuries apart, the characters of Hamlet and Oedipus bring light to similar themes. Both of these tragic heroes are eminently consumed by the need to avenge the death of their father, primarily driven by their hamartia. However, they... [ view article ]

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Hamlet’s Impact Did you recognize that the play, “Hamlet” wedged many folks which can have had personal experiences at the time it had been shown? The play was free in 1599 that was written by playwright.  Whereas people will respond otherwise to... [ view article ]

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Hamlet Questions Throughout the novel an eerie and dark tone is used to depict characters and interactions. These negative connotations help establish mood and show true feelings of main characters such as Horacio, Claudius, Hamlet, and Fortinbras. Claudius says that “Young Fortinbras,... [ view article ]

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Is Shylock a Victim or Villain? In The Merchant of Venice how does Shakespeare present both Shylock as both victim and villain? Throughout the play, ‘The Merchant of Venice’, Shylock reveals many personalities; therefore making him such an emotionally complex and detailed character that shows elements... [ view article ]

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Out of Free Will Out of Free Will By: Caroline Smith The books Macbeth written by Shakespeare and Lord of the Flies written by William Golding, are completely different novels yet they have very similar circumstances. Although the two stories were written in different... [ view article ]

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The Mind of the Mad: Analysis of Hamlet The Mind of The Mad What is it to be mad? Is it related to something of biological background? Or is it to do with the complex breakdown of one’s emotions? Or is it both? These questions are important to... [ view article ]

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Hamlet’s Inner Struggle Hamlet’s Inner Struggle In his tragic play, Hamlet, Shakespeare uses Hamlet, the main character, to portray ideas of deceit, desire, and death. A transition in Hamlet’s state of mind ultimately develops the play’s theme as the lack of decisive actions... [ view article ]

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Racism in Shakespeare’s Othello Racism in Othello Racism seems to be a big concern in Shakespeare’s tragic play, Othello. Because the hero of the play is an outsider, a Moor, we have an idea how blacks were regarded in England, in Elizabethan times. There... [ view article ]

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Romeo and Juliet “The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet”, written by William Shakespeare, is a play about two star-crossed lovers whose families are in a bitter rivalry. This feud results in the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. Parents and children are very different.... [ view article ]

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