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"Henry IV"(Part I) -- Shakespeare : This 10 page report discusses the characters of Shakespeare’s "Henry IV, Part One" and illustrates how they provide contrast to one another in their creation of the larger world of the play. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Henry14.wps

Henry IV - Rite of Passage : A 5 page analysis of Henry IV and his son Hal and their passage from tyrant and inconsiderate to making amends with God, each other and Hal's subjects. One additional source cited. Henrrite.wps

Machiavelli’s Influence in Shakespeare’s Henry VI : A 20 page paper looking at the way sixteenth-century Florentine politician Niccolo Machiavelli influenced Shakespeare’s characterization of the inept ruler in his three Henry VI plays (parts I, II, and III.) The paper shows areas in which Shakespeare’s idea of "statesmanship" resembled Machiavelli’s, as well as where it differed. Bibliography lists six sources. Henrymach.wps

"The Prodigal Hal" / Re-Writing Henry IV for the 1960’s : An 8 page paper examining the possibilities inherent in setting Henry IV, Part I in the 1960s instead of in the Elizabethan era. The paper examines settings, costuming, lighting, and music, and whether or not it would be advisable to update the dialogue at all. No additional sources cited. Henry.wps

Honor In Sir Gawain, Canterbury Tales, & Henry IV : A 5 page paper comparing the views of honor and virtue in the three works: Sir Gaiwan and the Green Knight, The Canterbury Tales, and Henry IV Part 1. No additional sources cited. Greenhon.wps

Shakespeare’s "Henry V" / Treason : An 8 page analysis of this theme as it is developed in the most patriotic of Shakespeare’s histories. The paper concentrates on Henry’s condemnation of the three traitors in the second act, and shows some of the reasons why this theme was so important to Shakespeare himself. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Hentreas.wps

Henry V – The Character of the King : A 5 page paper discussing Shakespeare’s "The Life of King Henry the Fifth" and the character of King Henry himself. Bibliography lists three secondary sources used with the text of the play. Henchar.wps

The Character of Falstaff : 4 pages analyzing Shakespeare's use of the infamous character 'Falstaff'- specific emphasis on his role in Henry V. No Bibliography. Falstaff.wps

Shakespeare’s "Julius Caesar" / Characterization : A 5 page analytical examination of characterization in this play. Julius Caesar is unique because the characterizations Shakespeare produces are almost subjugated to the notion of politics, the state, and the relationship between man and society. Bibliography cited approximately 5 additional sources. Julius.wps

Marcus Brutus as the Quintessential Shakespearean Tragic Hero in "Julius Caesar": This 5 page research paper examines how Marcus Brutus represents William Shakespeare’s tragic hero, despite his ultimate act of betrayal, the murder his friend and mentor, Julius Caesar. Specifically considered are the elements of tragedy as defined by Shakespeare and how the character of Brutus exemplifies these characteristics. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Brutus.rtf

The Tragedy of Julius Caesar / What Would Cause a Person to Kill a Close Friend :
In 5 pages, the writer discusses "[The Tragedy of] Julius Caesar" and examines the question of what would cause a person to kill a close friend. Ironically the person in charge of the assassination was Marcus Brutus. Brutus was a servant and close friend to Julius Caesar. What would cause a person to kill a close friend? To determine this, a careful examination of Brutus' relationship to Caesar, his involvement in the conspiracy, and his importance to the actual plot must be made." Bibliography lists 4 sources. Jckill.wps

Sexuality in William Shakespeare’s "Julius Caesar": This 6 page research paper examines how sexuality, both overt and implied, are evident in William Shakespeare’s play, Julius Caesar (1599). Bibliography lists 6 sources. Caesex.wps

Shakespeare’s "King John" / The Character Of King John : A 10 page paper discussing how the character of King John is a man of strength, flexibility, and power who uses these attributes in a very positive manner until a time when he is faced with a serious choice. He chooses wrongly and must give up his most prized possession only to have it returned. King John is strong when it is needed and regal when faced with his duties. Like many people during their lifetime, King John is faced with many different situations that call for some sort of decision. The choices he makes in error, eventually lead him to a point where he must relinquish that which he holds most dear, his crown. However, with the relinquishing of that which he held so near to him, he is somehow saved and crowned once again. He struggled long and hard to find he was king after all, having faced his error and worked towards fixing it. Bibliography lists 6 sources. RAjohn.wps

Shakespeare’s "King John" / A Failed Experiment : A 6 page paper on the difficulties presented by Shakespeare’s play King John. The play argues that King John is simply not a good play, and that its many deficiencies make it difficult to critique, stage, perform, and enjoy. Bibliography lists three cited sources. Kingjohn.wps

The Nature of Love in King Lear : A 10 page research paper concerning conditional and unconditional love as shown by the characters in Shakespeare's play. The writer argues a relevant thesis and details the nature of types of love and how each character exemplifies it, with emphasis upon Lear and Cordelia. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Kinglea.2.wps

Earthly vs. Divine Justice In King Lear : A 6 page paper contrasting the varying ways justice is defined in this epic work by Shakespeare. The paper concludes that "earthly justice" is dispensed according to subjective human affections and can thus be either merciful or cruel, while "divine justice", or the forcible return of events to the way they were originally ordained to be, is completely objective but not always what humans would call "fair."Bibliography lists four sources. Kingdv.wps

The Protagonist’s Search for Identity in King Lear : A 5 page analysis of the development of Lear’s own character. The writer demonstrates how the play chronicles Lear’s growth until his suffering is made complete by his realization of the part he played in his own downfall and the tragedy in general. No additional sources cited. Lear4.wps

King Lear and Cordelia : A 5 page essay exploring the irony of Cordelia's continued love and loyalty for and to her father, King Lear, despite his mistreatment of her. The irony is seen in the fact that when Lear finally realizes and can admit his mistake to Cordelia, it is too late. His curse of her has been acted upon. This writer supports the opinion that the Fool is actually Cordelia in disguise and cites text that suggest this is, in fact, true. No additional sources cited. Cordel.wps

King Lear / Always A Positive Outcome : A 5 page paper discussing the view that no matter how much adversity Lear faced, there was always a way for him to rectify things, that he was always in control and each decision would ultimately reap a positive end. Argument uses only Shakespeare's play. No additional sources cited. Klear.wps

King Lear / Was He Truly Mad ? : A 7 page paper discussing whether the protagonist of Shakespeare’s play was really mad. The paper concludes that at the beginning of the play he was only mildly senile, but was gradually driven mad over the course of five acts from shock, humiliation, and grief. No additional sources cited. Madlear.wps

King Lear / Appearance Vs. Reality : A strong, 6 pages analysis of how King Lear is a study in duality. The theme of appearance versus reality is a reoccurring one throughout the play and as the writer demonstrates, nothing is as it seems. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Learapp.wps

King Lear & His Multi-faceted Personality : A 7 page paper examining King Lear in terms of the statement "The power of Shakespeare’s plays is that they present man simultaneously in all his aspects." It argues that in Lear Shakespeare created a character who encompasses good and evil, power and weakness, greed and generosity -- in short, all human attributes -- within one personality, and does so convincingly. Bibliography lists 5 sources. King5per.wps

King Lear & The Question Of Man : This 4 page paper examines the William Shakespeare play, King Lear in terms of how it inherently attempts to answer the question, "What is man?" Learman.wps

King Lear’s Britain / A World Ruled by Evil ? : A 10 page paper analyzing the twin plots and three character groupings in Shakespeare’s play. The paper shows that each of Lear’s characters has some goodness (or at least a readily-understood motivation for his misdeeds), and that it takes mitigating circumstances to bring out his or her wicked behavior. Thus, King Lear’s Britain is not truly a world ruled by evil; it was Lear’s sin in the beginning that sparks the later evil in the play. Bibliography lists 6 additional sources. Learbrit.wps

King Lear / Analysis Of Double Plot : A 5 page paper analyzing the twin plots of Shakespeare’s play -- that of the dispossession of Lear by his two evil daughters, and the usurpation of Gloucester’s lands and power by his illegitimate son. The paper shows that the moral of both stories is the same: that we do not always judge our children according to their merits, but rather by the show they put on -- and when we misjudge those closest to us in this way, disaster cannot help but result. No additional sources cited. Lear2.wps

The Fool in King Lear : A 5 page paper about the character of the Fool in King Lear. The writer describes why the Fool acts as the only character with wisdom and insight, and the dramatic effect that this serves. No additional sources cited. Kinglea.wps

Motif of Disguise in "King Lear" : A 5 page paper on disguises and deception in Shakespeare's play. The writer details the use of both physical and emotional disguises by the characters, and how this works to advance the plot and also to describe characters. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Learmask.wps

King Lear / Goneril’s Soliloquy : A 4 page paper in which King Lear’s eldest daughter, Goneril, explains her wicked behavior toward her father; her husband, Edmund; and her sisters, Regan and Cordelia from her own, positive rationale. Bibliography lists 1 source. Goneril.wps

The Significance of Taking a Breath in King Lear : 6 pages in length. An analytical look at the specific importance of taking a breath in Shakespeare's "King Lear." Using several instances from the play -- as well as quotes from others -- the writer highlights Shakespeare's purposeful use of this otherwise common human activity. Bibliography lists 4 supporting sources. Kinglear.wps

King Lear and Oedipus As Tragic Heroes : A 5 page paper discussing Lear and Oedipus as tragic heroes, as defined by Aristotle. Cites characteristics of each figure, discussing each man’s basic goodness and his sense of right and wrong and how each deals with violations of his own conscience. Bibliography lists 1 source. Learo.wps

Questioning Authority In Renaissance Drama : A 6 page paper looking at Shakespeare’s King Lear, The Tempest, and Spanish playwright Lope de Vega’s Fuente Ovejuna in terms of the degree to which they permit characters to question and flout authority. The paper argues that this has a great deal to do with the medieval view of government as a God-given hierarchy, and only as humanism began to take hold could authority be questioned. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Devega.wps

Kingship And Downfall In Beowulf And Lear : A 5 page paper comparing Beowulf and Shakespeare’s King Lear in terms of the protagonists’ deaths at the end of their respective works of literature. The paper observes that Beowulf’s overconfidence caused him to die precisely as he wanted -- a hero -- while Lear’s vanity caused him to die a tragic and humbled death. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Learbeo.wps

 

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