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Problems in Antony & Cleopatra : An 8 page critique of Shakespeare's "Antony & Cleopatra." The writer posits that many conceptual problems run throughout the play and that "Shakespeare's thematic message is never made clear in the end to its poorly constructed action." Bibliography lists 16 sources. Anthony.wps

Antony and Cleopatra / Examined : A 5 page essay about the Shakespeare play, Antony and Cleopatra. The writer explores the ways later writers rewrote the play to suit their times. Antony2.wps

Shakespeare’s "Antony and Cleopatra" / Opposition of Values : A 3 page paper looking at the dramatic oppositions presented in the contrast of Egypt with Rome, Cleopatra with Octavius, in Shakespeare’s play. The paper observes that in the play’s resolution, Shakespeare is able to meld Rome’s sense of order with Cleopatra’s passion. No additional sources cited. Oppval.wps

The Tragedy Of Antony And Cleopatra, Act 5, Scene 2 : In 3 pages, the author analyzes in detail the soliloquy of Cleopatra when she is speaking to Dolabella Act 5, Scene 2 of "The Tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra" by William Shakespeare. The importance of the lines in relation to the theme of the play, and the imagery are discussed. No additional sources cited. Tragant.wps

Shakespeare’s "As You Like It" / Marriage of Celia & Oliver : This 5 page paper considers the marriage of Celia to Oliver as a symbol of redemption and reunification and initiates the return of the family of Sir Rowland de Boys to favor in the Court of the Duke as the theme of marriage serves to reunify Duke Frederick and Duke Senior. This paper also considers the representation of marriage in general in the genre of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy and the impact for the outcome of the play. No additional sources cited. Celol.pws

"As You Like It" / Character Analysis of Rosalind : This 5 page paper discusses the characterization of Rosalind in Shakespeare’s comedy. The writer argues that Rosalind is essentially "the star" of the play. She is, in many ways, centuries ahead of her time; she’s bright, innovative, mischievous, and possesses great inner strength, etc; No additional sources used. Likeit.wps

"As You Like It" / More Than A Pastoral : A 6 page paper discussing Shakespeare’s play in the context of the Elizabethan pastoral tradition. The writer concludes that "As You Like It" is very much a pastoral play, yet it adds a significant amount of psychological depth not present in most pastorals. Bibliography lists 8 sources; in addition, the paper includes a FREE 1 page sentence outline, and an annotated bibliography listing 9 cited sources. Pastoral.wps

"As You Like It" / Shakespeare's Play vs. Modern Romantic Comedy : A 4 page paper comparing the heroines of Shakespeare’s "As You Like It" and the 1996 movie "While You Were Sleeping." The writer is particularly concerned with characterization, theme, and plot structure-- looking for similarities and difference between the Romantic comedies of today and yesterday. No additional sources cited. Likeit2.wps

Shakespeare’s "As You Like It" / Lighting : A 5 page paper addressing stage lighting for a production of this classic Shakespearean play. The paper addresses both the technical and the theoretical aspects of stage lighting, and offers suggestions for the lighting of one particular scene. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Likeit.wps

"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. Pccoe.wps

Comic Relief in Hamlet : A 6 page paper in which the writer identifies several comic scenes in Hamlet, demonstrates how Shakespeare was able to weave humor into this very heavy play, and discusses what this interplay of humor and melancholy says about Shakespeare’s own philosophy. No additional sources cited. Hamlet5.wps

Hamlet and the Dramatic Structure : A 9 page paper which first defines the classic dramatic structure and then demonstrates how Shakespeare’s Hamlet fits the pattern. After discussing what type of action belongs in each phase of the dramatic structure -- setup, complication, climax, and resolution -- the paper shows where each of these occurs in Hamlet. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Dramatic.wps

"To Be or Not to Be" / Hamlet's Most Revealing Soliloquy : A 4 page essay on the famous speech and its relationship to Hamlet's actions throughout the play. The writer details the similarities to other sentiments expressed by Hamlet, the words and images themselves, and the character traits that Hamlet exhibits in this speech. No additional sources cited. Hamletso.wps

Hamlet’s "To Be or Not to Be" / Lines Analyzed : This 5 page research paper examines the opening lines of Hamlet’s famous soliloquy, "To Be or Not to Be" to determine why those particular words are featured in Shakespeare’s play. Specifically discussed are what the impact of this phrase on the scenes which follow. Bibliography lists 1 source. Tobe.wps

Hamlet & Ophelia / ‘I Never Loved Thee’ : A 4 page paper analyzing the strange conversation between Hamlet and Ophelia right after his famous soliloquy. It shows how he is no longer seeing Ophelia as the girl he courted but as a representative of the female sex -- of which his treacherous mother is also a part. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Hamthee.wps

"Where’s Polonius?" / Interpreting a Passage In Hamlet : A 5 page paper on the very short passage in Act IV, Scene III of Hamlet, in which Claudius asks Hamlet what he has done with Polonius’ body. It argues that Hamlet’s strange responses address not only the location of the body, but Claudius’ guilt for Hamlet’s father’s death. No additional sources cited. Polonius.wps

The Staging of Hamlet / Act III, Scene IV : A 4 page paper exploring the scene where Hamlet kills Polonius from a theatrical/ staging perspective. It discusses the gestures, tone, costuming, groupings, movements, and exits and entrances to show how best to enhance the scene’s theme. No additional sources cited. Hamstage.wps

The Character of Claudius in "Hamlet" : A 6 page explication of Claudius' significance in the play. Writer discuss the evolution of his character throughout the story, etc; Bibliography cites 4 outside sources. Claudius.wps

The Character of Claudius in "Hamlet" : A 5 page argumentative paper comparing and contrasting the characters of Claudius and Hamlet with specific emphasis on each of their moral values. Bibliography cites 5 supporting sources. Claudiu2.wps

The Character of Ophelia in "Hamlet" : A 5 page essay on the role of Ophelia in "Hamlet." The writer explains how she is treated by other characters throughout the play and presents her as "the most innocent victim of Hamlet's revenge." Bibliography cites 5 supporting sources. Ophelia.wps

Ophelia’s Mental Changes in Hamlet : A well-developed 10 page paper tracing the mental changes Ophelia displays as she slowly goes mad during the course of the story. Bibliography lists 6 supporting/critical sources. FREE outline included with paper! Ophelia2.wps

The Character Of Gertrude (Queen) In Hamlet : A 4 page report analyzing Hamlet’s mother, Queen Gertrude. Married incestuously to Hamlet’s uncle, who murdered his brother and then took his place both on the throne and in his bed, Gertrude’s attitude toward Hamlet’s accusations was along the lines of, "What have I done?" Operating in total mental oblivion for most, if not all, her adult life, Hamlet forces her to face reality as it is, rather than how she has chosen to see it. No additional sources cited. Gertrude.wps

The Character Of Gertrude (Queen) In Hamlet # 2 : This 4 page analysis explores this important character's psychological makeup, motivations and relationships as she is portrayed in the Shakespearian tragedy. Gertrud2.wps

The Character Of Gertrude (Queen) In Hamlet # 3 : A 4 page essay that posits Gertrude, Queen of Denmark, has a goal for happiness and lives in denial of anything that interferes with that goal. Despite the fact, that she has a notion that her first husband's death and her hasty marriage to his brother is the reason for Hamlet's madness, she continues to believe she has done nothing wrong. Her denial of reality leads to her own death. Gertru3.wps

The Character of Hamlet : A good 5 page analysis of character in which the writer posits that Shakespeare’s Hamlet, a character of tragedian proportions, wanted to die, but could not do so simply because he was put in the role of an avenger. Several direct quotes and plenty of analytical insight provided. No Bibliography. Hamlecha.wps

Shakespeare’s Characterization of Hamlet : A 10 page paper discussing why, although Shakespeare borrowed the basic plot line from older sources, Shakespeare’s play is truly innovative. The paper puts forth the argument that Hamlet is too finely bred for the circumstances in which he finds himself and the role of avenger that his culture requires him to play, so he keeps trying out other roles, none of which are really him. Bibliography lists seven cited sources. FREE outline included ! Hamletc.wps

The Character Development of Hamlet : A 9 page paper arguing that the reason we have so much difficulty analyzing the character of Hamlet is that the actors portraying him are too old. Hamlet, this paper suggests, is an adolescent trying to find himself, and seen in this light many of his peculiarities make sense. Bibliography lists 5 additional sources. Hamlet9.wps

Identity / The Cosmic Question in Hamlet : A 5 page paper on Hamlet’s search for identity in Shakespeare’s play. It shows that this search, which people are forced to undertake at adolescence and repeat over and over throughout their lives, becomes for them the ultimate cosmic question. No additional sources. Hamlet8.wps

Revenge & The Character Of Hamlet : A 5 page paper analyzing why it takes Hamlet so long to avenge his father’s death; it also considers the ethical nature of this vendetta as seen through the lens of Hamlet’s own society. The paper concludes that Hamlet was suffering from a profound emotional depression, and thus had great difficulty convincing himself to act; thus, the most unethical aspect of the revenge request was asking Hamlet to do it at all. Bibliography lists four sources. Hamrev.wps

Hamlet’s Revenge / Caught Between Action & Conscience : An 11 page paper showing that Hamlet was constitutionally unable to avenge his father’s death by killing his uncle, and suggesting that the necessity of having to do so ultimately destroyed him. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Actcons.wps

Why Did Hamlet Wait To Kill Claudius? : A 9 page paper analyzing Hamlet’s delay in killing his uncle in Shakespeare’s classic play. The paper argues persuasively that Hamlet was simply too sensitive for such a task, and his passion for play-acting (shown repeatedly throughout the play) created a buffer between himself and the task he had to do. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Hamdelay.wps

Why Hamlet Took So Long To Slay Claudius : A 4 page paper discussing the delay factors in Hamlet's revenge. The writer examines reasons why Hamlet took so long to exact the revenge against his uncle called for in the first scene of Act I. It is argued that Hamlet is unsuited for the task, and moreover, that his obsession with plays and acting shows him to have a somewhat ungrounded sense of reality. No additional sources. Hamletde.wps

The Motif of Hesitancy in Hamlet : A 5 page paper analyzing several instances in Shakespeare’s play where Hamlet hesitates too long before acting. The paper ties these into the larger theme of Hamlet’s delay in avenging his father’s death, and observes that procrastination is an ongoing flaw in Hamlet’s character. Bibliography lists 1 source. Hamhes.wps

The Tone And Purpose Of Humor In "Hamlet" : In 5 pages the author discusses the tone and purpose of humor in "Hamlet." When considering the tone and purpose of humor in the play "The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark" by William Shakespeare, the gravedigger's scene in which Hamlet addresses the skull of Yorick comes to mind. The entire scene was supposed to be a parody and Shakespeare used clowns as gravediggers to set the tone of this dark form of humor. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Tonepurp.wps

Hamlet & His Stepfather : A 5 page paper looking at the opposition between Hamlet and Claudius. The paper shows that Hamlet, despite his penchant for punning and his off-center personality, is almost always sincere; whereas Claudius, despite his poise and self-confidence, is almost always false. No additional sources cited. Hamclaud.wps

Hamlet & Ophelia / Was Madness Real Or Feigned ? : A 12 page paper which compares how madness is depicted in Shakespeare's Hamlet -- a calculated gesture on the part of Hamlet who seeks to avenge his father's death as opposed to Ophelia's real madness as a result of her many tragedies. Bibliography lists 8+ sources. Hamoph.wps

Hamlet's Madness : A 6 page essay on Hamlet's madness describing how his spirit undergoes a tragic development from the self - destructive negation of life and of heaven's purposes to a new affirmation of the advantageous sanctity of life. No Bibliography. Hamletma.wps

The Question of Hamlet’s Madness : A 3 page paper discussing the possible reason Hamlet warns his friends in Act I not to be surprised at his "antic disposition". The paper suggests that Hamlet is not planning to feign madness; rather, he is afraid he is already going mad, and hopes that his friends’ silence will buy him desperately needed time to plan his father’s revenge. Bibliography lists 1 source. Hammad.wps

Is Hamlet Mad? : A 5 page paper looking at the question of Hamlet’s sanity in Shakespeare’s play. The paper argues that Hamlet was not mad, but seemed so on the basis of his behavior because he was unable to articulate his dilemma to anyone else. No additional sources cited. Madham.wps

Hamlet & The Ghost of His Father / Hearing is Believing : The appearance of the ghost of Hamlet’s father and importance of his revelation are echoed through out the play by Shakespeare’s use of the words "hear" and "ear" as well as other symbolism about conversation, revelations and oration. This 9 page paper provides an overview of the basic segments of Hamlet that demonstrate the use of words related to the sense of hearing, and demonstrates the implications for the truth that Hamlet defines and his course of action represented by his seeming madness. No additional sources cited. Hamhear2.wps

Elizabethan Superstition And "Hamlet's" Ghosts : 5 pages in length. The connection between Elizabethan ghostly superstitions and the fact that Shakespeare's Hamlet is replete with their presence is no coincidence. The writer discusses that while there is much discussion and disagreement throughout the play as to whether or not the ghosts actually exist, there is no doubt that they endured partly as legitimate apparitions who plagued the well-being of every man's soul, as well as being nothing more than one's over active imagination. Bibliography lists 6 sources. TLCghost.wps

Hamlet / Hearing Is Believing : The appearance of the ghost of Hamlet’s father and importance of his revelation are echoed through out the play by Shakespeare’s use of the words "hear" and "ear" as well as other symbolism about conversation, revelations and oration. This 5 page paper provides an overview of the basic segments of Hamlet that demonstrate the use of words related to the sense of hearing, and demonstrates the implications for the truth that Hamlet defines and his course of action represented by his seeming madness. No additional sources cited. Hamhear.wps

Shakespeare’s Hamlet / Tragic Elements Analyzed : A 5 page paper which examines William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Hamlet to determine whether or not it possesses elements which qualify it as a tragedy (according to the classical Greek definition of Aristotle), and apply them as they would relate to the modern world. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Tragham.wps

Hamlet as a Tragic Hero : 9 pages worth of research and analysis illustrating Hamlet as a tragic hero. Includes introductory section describing much earlier sources of Shakespeare's play and some possible sources from which he might have taken his idea. Free outline included. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Hamletbi.wps

Is Hamlet A Definitive Tragedy? : A 4 page paper on Shakespeare’s very complex play. Looking specifically at the play’s resolution and the characterization of Hamlet, the paper analyzes this play in terms of the rules of classical tragedy put forth in Aristotle’s Poetics. It argues that while Hamlet is unquestionably a tragedy from our point of view, it does not in several important respects conform to Aristotle’s formula. Bibliography lists 2 additional sources. Ham11.wps

The Agonies Of Hamlet : A 7 page paper discussing Hamlet's personal response to the agonies of morality and over-analysis he suffers as he contemplates the murder of Claudius. No additional sources cited. Agony~1.wps

Is Hamlet a Misogynist? : This 10 page paper explores the possibility that the character of Hamlet, is a misogynist but concludes that he is not. Misogynist overtones as contained in the society are noted and compared and contrasted with misogyny today.The "nunnery" scene is highlighted. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Hamiso.wps

Shakespeare’s ‘Renaissance Gentleman’: A 4 page paper which provides the student with an imaginative reenactment of William Shakespeare’s commentary on how he expressed humanism in his quintessential Renaissance man, Prince Hamlet of Denmark. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Renshake.wps

Hamlet / Appearance and Illusion Vs. Reality : An 11 page paper describing the decrepancies between appearance or illusion vs. reality in Shakespeare's play "Hamlet." The writer attempts to show the conflict that develops as the title character attempts to relate his own ideas about reality with the illusions of reality that appear throughout the play. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Hamletil.wps

Themes in "Hamlet" : A 3 page discussion of the theme of reality vs. illusion as it appears in Shakespeare's infamous "Hamlet." No Bibliography. Hamlet.wps

Hamlet's Timelessness: A 5 page discussion of Shakespeare's "Hamlet" and how its themes remain timeless. Using a number of quotes from the play itself ,the writer shows us how the events that take place in Hamlet are really no different than those we love to watch in our own contemporary theater (and other media). It is therefore posited that today's audiences have every reason to be just as intrigued by the play as those who watched it during Shakespeare's own era. No Bibliography. Hamlet2.wps

Imagery In Hamlet : A 6 page paper that provides an overview of the most significant imagery in Shakespeare’s "Hamlet," including a look at the importance of the ghost. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Hamsend.doc

Imagery In Hamlet # 2 : This 5 page research paper examines William Shakespeare’s use of imagery in his plays, focusing exclusively upon Hamlet. Specifically discussed are the dominant images of Christian religion, disease, and nature. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Hamimage.wps

Laertes & Fortinbras As Foils for Hamlet : A 3 page essay discussing how the personalities and behaviors of Fortinbras and Laertes highlight and contrast with those of Hamlet. No additional sources cited. Laerfoil.wps

The Religious Aspects Of "Hamlet" Analyzed : This 5 page research paper examines whether or not Hamlet is a religious play. Specifically discussed are the play's religious implications, Hamlet's actions and the interpretation of their motives, and the presence of sin among all the main characters. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Hamrel.wps

Shakespeare’s Hamlet / Murder or Suicide? : This 5 page paper argues that Hamlet, the character, actually committed suicide despite evidence to the contrary. The character’s state of mind is analyzed along with perceptions about suicide in general. No additional sources cited. Murdsuic.wps

Shakespeare's Use of Language in Hamlet : A 5 page research paper that examines Shakespeare's extraordinary gift for language. The writer emphasizes Shakespeare's contributions to the English language as well as focusing on how Shakespeare used the character of the Ghost in Hamlet as a form of figurative speech. A portion of Hamlet is translated from old English into modern English. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Shahaml.wps

Shakespeare’s Hamlet / Poison in the Ear and Disease Images as a Representation of Loss & Torment : This 5 page paper considers the symbols of the ear (or poison ear) and disease and rotting as elements in Hamlet, especially as they serve to demonstrate loss and torment. This paper focuses on the messages of the ghost, as they were conveyed to Hamlet, and how these messages poisoned his perspective and transformed the play. No additional sources cited. Hapoison.wps

Shakespeare - The Closet Scene from Hamlet / An Analysis : An 8 page research paper which specifically looks at the guilt or innocence of Hamlet’s mother, Gertrude. The writer argues that Gertrude was, indeed, guilty of adultery due to the way in which this term was defined during the sixteenth century and that the closet scene between Gertrude and Hamlet deals specifically with her guilt. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Hamclos.wps

Shakespeare’s "Hamlet" / A Poor Ending : This 4 page paper provides documentation to support a thesis that Shakespeare did not possess the skills to write a satisfactory ending for Hamlet. No additional sources cited. Hamlet18.wps

Shakespeare’s "Hamlet"/ Helpful Study Notes : A 6 page document discussing various common study questions related to Shakespeare’s tragedy "Hamlet." No additional sources cited. Hamletq.wps

Shakespeare’s "Hamlet" Film Vs. Film : This 8 page paper analyzes two cinematic versions of William Shakepeare's masterpiece, "Hamlet," the 1948 film starring and directed by Laurence Olivier and the 1990 Franco Zeffirelli version which starred Mel Gibson, offering comparisons and contrasts of both films. Hamfilm.wps

Shakespeare’s Hamlet / Comparing Play To Movie : 6 pages in length. The striking resemblance between William Shakespeare's play Hamlet and the movie version starring Kenneth Branagh have separated this particular film adaptation apart from all others. Sir Laurence Olivier has been bestowed accolades for his screen performance, and Mel Gibson's rendition rendered him as an accomplished Shakespearean actor; however, none but Branagh's Hamlet have proven to possess the same intensity -- line for line -- that the original maintained. The writer discusses the similarities between Shakespeare's play and Branagh's movie. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Hamplmv.wps

Hamlet / The Film : A 2 page essay on this movie starring Mel Gibson. The writer gives a personal response and feeling for the film. Hamlet4.wps

Performing Arts Review / "Hamlet" : A 4 page paper that provides an overview of the performance of Hamlet and considers the elements of plot development, staging, and character development as they serve to support the progression of the action as a whole. Hamlet10.wps

The Role of Women in Hamlet & Canterbury Tales : An 8 page paper examining the way women are portrayed in Shakespeare’s and Chaucer’s works. The paper concludes that both these authors treat women with singular well-roundedness, exhibiting a deep understanding of the female psyche. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Hamcan.wps

Madness in "Hamlet" and "Death and the Maiden" / Analyzed : This 5 page research paper examines the madness depicted in the main characters of Prince Hamlet in William Shakespeare's play, Hamlet, and Paulina Salas Escobar in Ariel Dorfman's play (and screenplay), Death and the Maiden. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Hamaid.wps

Melville’s "Moby Dick" vs. Shakespeare’s "Hamlet" : A 6 page paper in which the writer argues that through mad antics toward ‘the revenge plot,’ both Ahab and Hamlet serve to bring the action in the two tragedies to their inevitable conclusions. In all aspects the characters’ motivations are different. Ahab’s madness is more focused and not within Ahab’s control--he is unable to see beyond it. Hamlet’s madness is feigned. The characters’ decision-making abilities are also in contrast to each other, and their view of God, the Devil and responsibility to same also come from a divergent slant on the moralistic ideals behind their given situations. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Mobyham.wps

The Tragic Flaws Of Hamlet And Oedipus : A 5 page paper on these two classic plays by Shakespeare and Sophocles. This paper analyzes both plays to determine what makes them tragedies, what their heroes have in common, how they are different, and the dynamics that make each play work. Shaksoph.wps

Oedipus & Hamlet : An 8 page paper which compares and contrasts King Oedipus in Sophocles’ Oedipus the King and Shakespeare’s prince, Hamlet. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Hamoed.wps

"Hamlet" vs. "All The King's Men" / Maternal Relationships : This 5 page research paper discusses the maternal relationships in William Shakespeare's Hamlet and Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men. Specifically discussed are the Oedipal implications between Prince Hamlet and Queen Gertrude; between Jack Burden and his mother and its consequences on their lives and relationships with others. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Shakwarr.wps

"Hamlet" vs. "The Prince" / The Dane & The Italian : A 5 page paper comparing Machiavelli’s "Prince" and Shakespeare’s "Prince Hamlet." The writer feels that both works represented important changing points in world culture. No additional sources cited. 2princes.doc

Tom Stoppard’s "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead" : A 6 page essay exploring how the play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead reflects specific aspects of life: 1. humans as social animals and 2. how the individual finds his or her place in society. The confusions and feelings of what am I doing here and why am I doing it are emphasized. Rosencra.wps *Play is based on Shakespearean characters from Hamlet...

 

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