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Hamlet: A Sane Man
Words: 933 / Pages: 4

.... "If we list to speak," or "There be an if they/might,"/Or such ambiguous giving-out, to note/That you know of me-this do swear,/(I,v,190-201).Hamlet states that from this point forward I may act weird but to ignore my acts of madness for they are just that, acts, and are in no way a sign of true madness. Only a sane and rational person could devise such a plan as to act insane to convince others that he is insane when he actually has complete control over his psyche. Hamlet only acts mad when he is in the presence of certain characters. When he is around Polonius, Claudius, Gertrude, Ophelia, Rosencrantz, and Guildenstern he acts completely i .....


Oedipus The King
Words: 942 / Pages: 4

.... own downfall. Oedipus could have waited for the plague to end, but out of compassion for his suffering people, he had Creon go to Delphi. When he learned of Apollo's word, he could have calmly investigated the murder of the former King Laius, but in his hastiness he passionately curses the murderer, and in so, unknowingly curses himself. "Upon the murderer I invoke this curse whether he is one man and all unknown, or one of many may he wear out his life in misery or doom! If with my knowledge he lives at my hearth, I pray that I myself may feel my curse." In order for Sophocles' Greek audience to relate to the tragic figure, he had to have some type .....


A Midsummer Night's Dream: Egeus
Words: 870 / Pages: 4

.... not understand why his not good enough for her, so he argues with Egeus and Theseus the Duke and he tries to change their minds. No matter what he does or what he says the situation is not getting better, so he decides to propose and asks Hermia to leave the city and go to a place outside of Athenian jurisdiction where they can get married. She gladly agrees and they decide to meet the following night in a wood a couple miles from Athens. At this moment Helen, Hermia's good friend appears, so they tell her about their plan and she promises to help the lovers. Helena, who is hopelessly in love with Demetrius, rushing to try to win his favor by tell .....


Brutus Is A Very Ambitious Man
Words: 498 / Pages: 2

.... Brutus took this as a negative and did what he thought was right for Rome. Brutus was very honorable himself. In reaching his goal for the people Brutus knew how to lure the crowd, appearing to their better judgement. At Caesar’s graveside Brutus’ eulogy appealed to the better judgement of the Romans. He encouraged the crowd to believe him as an honorable man. He says that he wants them to know the facts, “Censure me in your wisdom, and awake your senses that you may better judge” (). Brutus got people sympathy by saying that he never wronged Caesar, that he cried for Caesar’s love, was happy for his greatness, honored him for his courage .....


Macbeth: Imagery
Words: 547 / Pages: 2

.... display of sickness. "Till he unseam'd him from the nave to the chaps, And fix'd his head upon our battlements" (Act 1, Scene 2:line22, 23) Macbeth was not a bad man at first he was a very noble ally to Duncan. When Macbeth he saw the Three Witches everything changed. They told him things he wanted to here and he believed them. He told Lady Macbeth what the witches said. She taught him and ridiculed him to be evil. He listened to her and that is when the trouble started. The first ignoble killing by Macbeth was the killing of what was supposed to be his friend Duncan. Macbeth killed Duncan to become king. "And only thy blade and dudgeon gouts .....


Death Of A Salesman Vs. Hamlet
Words: 603 / Pages: 3

.... is later revealed to him through his father's ghost, that dear old dad was murdered by his Step-Father, and also his Uncle, Claudius. Vowing revenge upon his Uncle/Dad, Hamlet begins to mentally falter and eventually, is in such a wild rage that he accidentally kills Polonious believing him to be his father. Hilarity ensues. Ophelia, Hamlet's love interest, commits suicide/dies (that's up for debate elsewhere) after going slightly mad from the impact of her father's death, then Laertes, Polonius' son, arrives on the scene enraged and ready to kill Hamlet for what he's done, and just when you thought things couldn't get any worse, unbeknownst to Haml .....


Questionable Heros In The Play Julius Caesar
Words: 710 / Pages: 3

.... the triumvirate that had currently ruled. He was ambitious, or so it was said, and he wanted only power. This alone shows that his motives were not as pure as was first thought. The next person to be looked upon in Mark Antony, apparently Julius Caesar's right-hand man. He plays the part of the hero as he takes Caesar's side after death and rallies the people against the conspirators. As he speaks to Octavius, though, he shows that he is mainly after the power also in saying that the third person of their new triumvirate, Lepidus, is not a worthy adversary and is only good enough to carry messages. Antony goes on to say that they should .....


Communication Analysis: Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus
Words: 1058 / Pages: 4

.... perform the chore the wrong way in his wife’s eyes. So then why would they help if they are just “doing it wrong?” Men feel like they are being bossed around, and they do not like feeling that way. In men’s eyes, it makes their wives out to be taking the role as their mother. Men left home and married for many reasons, including getting away from their bossy mothers. This creates a great tension between the two that ends with a faulty relationship lacking in communication. Women often times try to communicate but the men just do not let it happen. Men will fake listening to conversations, saying things like “yeah” and “uh-huh.” This is not .....


Anti-Semitism In The Merchant Of Venice
Words: 499 / Pages: 2

.... only a bigger problem. I think that this is a flawed way of looking at it. I see the play as a confrontation of a modern day problem which society still faces. Rather than providing a forum for racism to grow, the play provides a forum for anti-racism discussion, if all proper steps are taken. When I say if all proper steps are taken, I am referring to having this play taught by a teacher, who can explain the plays meaning in it's fullest so that the students do not miss any important points from it. Another point that may have been missed when the presentation was made to the school board to ban the material from being taught inside the sch .....


Hamlet: An Instrument Of Life - Hamlet's Contribution To The Play
Words: 981 / Pages: 4

.... his contemplation of madness has left him vulnerable to its control. This control has led Hamlet to act outside of character and in an extremely peculiar fashion. Hamlet is an instrument of his father, his own self, and of sanity. The appearances of the Ghost, although sporadic, do not come without meaning. Hamlet Senior, arguably, is one of Shakespeare's finest creations. The character was molded using the Elizabethan view on death and apparitions. Such belief stated hauntings had a communication value that was used to seek resolve in unfinished business. The basis for Hamlet Senior's untimely visits should be sought. "Revenge his foul and most un .....



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