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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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Role Reversal in Macbeth – Sample 558 words

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In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, the main protagonist, Macbeth initially has a close relationship to his wife, Lady Macbeth. However, as the play progresses, there are interesting developments to Macbeth’s relationship to his wife which culminate in his comments at Lady Macbeth’s death. At the beginning of Macbeth, Macbeth writes a letter to his wife telling her […]

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Robert Frost’s “Out, Out” – Sample 1413 words

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Robert Frost’s poem, “Out, Out,” appears to be solidly grounded in reality, negating the need for delving further into its meaning; however, by doing so, it is possible to extract additional themes and interpretations. Frost used a real life event as direct inspiration for this poem and his word choice reflects his own background as […]

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Production Criticism of Oedipus the King – Sample 1095 words

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The directorial concept of the play started with an overall picture of melancholy and a suggestion that the story is indeed a tragedy. The stage, as the foundation of the entire scene, has been designed to differentiate the levels of society, thus, it has different levels of platforms and steps, but leaving the center of […]

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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austin (#2) – Sample 1781 words

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In the 1995 BBC adaptation of Austen’s novel, screenwriter Andrew Davies creates a Pride and Prejudice which upholds and celebrates the patriarchal institution of marriage. Davies pares down the multiple sub-plots which are representative of realistic female experiences and chooses, instead, to ignore Austen’s feminist intent. To the entirely female perspective of the novel, Davies […]

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Pride and Prejudice: an analysis of Mr. Wickham’s character – Sample 509 words

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To begin with, Wickham appears to have a good social etiquette which impresses the reader and Elizabeth, “Mr. Wickham was the happy man towards whom almost every female eye was turned”. Wickham makes a firm first impression and he appears to be amiable with a friendly disposition. “His appearance was greatly in favour…fine countenance…very pleasing […]

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