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Willy Loman and the American Dream # 2
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Talks about Arthur Miller, and a summary and break down on Death of a Salesman 7 sources
Filename: KBWil.rtf

Writers Who Influenced Shakespeare
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A 4 page paper that considers the major works that influenced the writings of Shakespeare. The writer demonstrates that while there is little documented evidence of influences, there are considerable textual similarities between Shakespeare's plays and the writings of Marlowe, Chaucer, Virgil and Seneca, as well as many influences noted from the Bible. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Shake1.wps

'Love's Labours Lost' / Character Of Berowne
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A 6 page research paper analyzing the character of Berowne, one of three Lords who agree with King Ferdinand to create a little "academe." They vow to accomplish this moral and intellectual development. Berowne is the only one reluctant to sign the agreement and the writer examines his rationale. Bibliography cites two sources.
Filename: Lovelabo.wps

“The Winter’s Tale,” “Pandosto” and Paulina
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This 5 page report discusses the original inspiration for Shakespeare's "The Winter's Tale" that was Robert Greene's "Pandosto." In Shakespeare's play, an additional character, Paulina, has been added to the story. Her role in the play is examined and explained.
Filename: BWpandos.rtf

"Titus Andronicus" as a Mechanism of Natural Selection
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This 5 page paper considers what Darwin would say about the extreme acts of revenge among the Romans, Goths and Aaron in "Titus Andronicus"; and whether or not we can call these acts "survival of the fittest" or "natural selection." It also explains the three revenge plots in the play. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: HVTitusA.rtf

ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL
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This 3 page paper discusses All's Well that Ends Well as a problem play. Brief synopsis given, characters contrasted, examples given from the play, quotes cited from text. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: MBallswell.rtf

Analysis of Protagonist Coriolanus in William Shakespeare’s “The Tragedy of Coriolanus”
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A 5 page paper which examines how Coriolanus could be considered “a mama’s boy,” citing examples from the play. No additional sources are used.
Filename: TGcorio.rtf

Analysis of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth," "King Lear," and "The Winter's Tale"
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A 5 page paper which examines moral issues in a trio of Shakespearean plays. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TGwsmor.wps

Chivalry, Honor, and Politics in Shakespeare's "Troilus and Cressida"
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A 5 page paper that examines the elements of chivalry, honor, and politics in Shakespeare's story "Troilus and Cressida." Bibliography lists 2 additional sources.
Filename: RAcress.rtf

Comparative Analysis of King Henry VIII and William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”
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A 5 page paper which compares and contrasts the rise, height and decline of power of each monarch. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TGmachen.rtf

Comparing the Uses of the Supernatural in Shakespeare’s Comedies and Tragedies
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This 7 page report discusses the ways in which in much of Shakespeare’s work, the supernatural -- in the form of ghosts, fairies, strange creatures, and unnatural weather phenomena -- exist as much as a character in the play as any of the flesh and blood characters. In several of Shakespeare’s other works, the function of the supernatural is a more subtle occurrence but one that has an even more profound impact on the plays’ characters and the outcomes of events. This paper looks at the different applications in Shakespeare’s romances compared to tragedies. Plays discussed are: “Macbeth,” “Antony and Cleopatra,” “The Winter’s Tale,” and “The Tempest.” No secondary sources.
Filename: BWshuper.wps

CORIOLANUS BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
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This 8 page paper examines why Coriolanus by Shakespeare is one of the worst plays by Shakespeare. Examples, quotes given. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: MBclanus.rtf

Doubling of Parts in Shakespeare’s “The Two Noble Kinsmen” and “King Henry VIII”
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This is a 6 page paper describing the opportunities available for the doubling of parts in the William Shakespeare’s “The Two Noble Kinsmen” and “King Henry VIII”. The Shakespearean plays “The Two Noble Kinsmen” and “King Henry VIII” both provide ample opportunities for actors to assume multiple roles. In a relatively small and often touring company of a dozen or so players, the plays both call for up to thirty different parts. While men are mostly distinguished by their beards and women (portrayed by men) are distinguished by their slight builds, smooth faces and dresses, the plays both call for additional demands on dual roles. Luckily, in “The Two Noble Kinsmen” many of the characters introduced in the first scene are robed and veiled allowing for an easy transition back stage into other characters. In “King Henry VIII” many more male characters are needed in addition to the regular group of attendants and guards. Shakespeare provides the audience with detailed descriptions of the lords and dukes’ distinct cloaks or jackets which allow the actors to only place on one garment to assume a particular role. Skilful planning must take place and while many characters enter and exit, both plays only largely require a maximum of a dozen players on the stage at any one time. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TJdoubl1.rtf

Human Emotions in "The Winter's Tale" and "Wuthering Heights"
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A 5 page paper which discusses the many conflicts involving human emotions in the stories "The Winter's Tale" and "Wuthering Heights." No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAhumemot.wps

Jack Cade and His Attempts to Create a Perfect Utopia in Shakespeare’s “Henry Vi, Part II”
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This 6 page report discusses “Henry VI, Part III,” which is based on the rebellion organized by Jack Cade. In the play, modern audiences can see another example of how Shakespeare used his dramas to comment on the political and social events of his time. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: BWhenry6.wps

Julius Caesar
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A 9 page paper, including a 1 page outline. The essay begins by defining and describing Roman Forums. The writer then provides a brief critique of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. Ideas included are: how Shakespeare based Julius Caesar on Nashe's work, the correlation between social relationships and a person's character, an overview of the characters of Caesar and Brutus, and the major themes in the play. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: PGjuls.wps

Kingship in William Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale”
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A 4 page paper which examines how Shakespeare conveys the importance of kingship through kings, their heirs, and their subjects. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TGkingwt.rtf

Loyalty in Love -- Shakespearean Style
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This 5 page report discusses the idea and ideal of loyalty in the love relationships of characters in Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and “Love’s Labor’s Lost.” Shakespeare regularly explored issues of love in loyalty in his plays. Many of the characters and the circumstances in which he presented them caused the audience to consider what they thought was the appropriate action for the character to take in terms of their actions proving their love and their loyalty to their loved one. No additional sources.
Filename: BWloyal.wps

Mimetic Theory and “Troilus and Cressida”
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This 5 page report discusses Shakespeare’s “Troilus and Cressida” in terms of mimetic theory. It should be understood that 'mimetic' means to imitate. But in terms of artistic expression . . . to imitate what? Ultimately, it is the notion of imitation within the context of an artistic reproduction, such as poetry, painting, literature, and/or drama. The mimetic theory is applicable during a study of Troilus and Cressida since the play presents a situation in which the tension between the ideal and the actual state of facts, between what could have been and what became truth, is turned on its proverbial end to what amounts to an ironic comedy or a comedic irony, regardless of its painful measure of bitterness. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: BWvets.rtf


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