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Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer’s Day by William Shakespeare – Sample 1568 words

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“Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day” by William Shakespeare… [pic] Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate: Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, And summer’s lease hath all too short a date: Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines, And often is his gold complexion dimm’d; And every fair from fair sometime declines, […]

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Shakespeare’s sonnets (#3) – Sample 1028 words

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Sonnets were originally brought to England, in the 16 centaury, by the Thomas Walt; William Shakespeare then adopted the idea but reinvented the ‘rules’, making way for the ‘English’ sonnet. The ‘English’ sonnet varies from the ‘Italian’ or ‘Petrarchan’ sonnet in that the English sonnet would be made up of three quatrains and a rhyming […]

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Shakespeare’s Macbeth – Ambition – Sample 897 words

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Throughout William Shakespeare’s enticing play, Macbeth, he explores several extremely interesting themes which perfectly correspond to our everyday lives. One of the most applicable of these many themes is the notion that wealth and power, both of which are created by ambition, are not the most important things to life. Furthermore, William Shakespeare even seems […]

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Shakespeare & Lady Macbeth’s – Sample 945 words

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“How do you think Shakespeare makes Lady Macbeth’s change during the course of the play so dramatic? ” At the beginning of the play, her speech is direct and to the point. She is very much in control of her speech, and uses it to dominate and manipulate her husband. She speaks in a metaphorical […]

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Romeo and Juliet Essay (#3) – Sample 1054 words

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Two ancient enemies now united through a sole cause – Foes for an age, maybe longer. Antediluvian hatred stemming from an unknown, long-forgotten beginning. All this envy, all this revulsion, building and boiling, amassing and gathering for a thousand eras ended in the setting of four suns. So, are these not happy times in which we now […]

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Romeo and Juliet (#33) – Sample 826 words

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In this coursework I will be looking at who is to blame for Romeo and Juliet’s death. In this play I think there are many characters responsible for their death. I will be looking at some of these characters and find out why they are responsible. The very first characters that I think are to […]

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Review of related literature and studies (#6) – Sample 1806 words

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REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES Teenagers and Part-Time Jobs: Benefits, Drawbacks and Tips Adolescence is that difficult period of time when carefree children transition to responsible adults… we hope. That is the goal, after all, for teens to develop into mature, productive, responsible members of the community. One method for assisting this transition is […]

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Purity in its Sense – Sample 1277 words

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Puritans have established a very conservative culture that seeks to impose on its believers a way of life that strictly adheres to God’s biblical laws. Small mistakes are virtuously corrected but a sin such as adultery merits the disdain of the whole community. Despite the Puritan principle that one must continually cleanse himself through following […]

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Pride and Prejudice & The Merchant of Venice – Sample 2080 words

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Shakespeare and Jane Austen both present strong feeling of love, revenge, hatred and friendship. They are two different types of stories, ‘Pride and Prejudice’ is a novel and ‘The Merchant of Venice’ is a play so therefore they both have different ways of presenting strong feelings but they do have some similarities. In ‘Pride and […]

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Pride and prejudice compare and contrast novel and film 2005 (#2005) – Sample 1638 words

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Jane Austen penned masterfully the novel Pride and Prejudice. For many countries for many years and with or without the movie adaptation, this novel has achieved superstar status, considered by many as one of the best work of fiction that they had and one of the most read. Proof of the very good story line […]

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