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Essays for English: Shakespeare

  1. Was Macbeth Responsible for the Killings
    In the play Macbeth written by William Shakespeare I feel that Macbeth is responsible for the killings. Even though Macbeth was persuaded by the witches, Lady Macbeth, and his own desire to be king he still ultimately responsible for the actions...
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  2. What Is Wrong with Othello? Does Othello Work as a Play?
    Because Othello is a tragic hero, his problem involves both his character traits and the situation that he finds himself in. There are many problems with Othello’s character. He is overly loyal, even to the extent of being gullible. He may also...
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  3. What Makes Romeo and Juliet a Tragedy and Who or What Is to Blame?
    Romeo and Juliet is written by William Shakespeare and is a Shakespearian tragedy about two young lovers who are destined to be together. Their two families hate each other bitterly, which forces them to realise that they would rather be dead than...
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  4. Who Is Most Responsible for the Deaths of Romeo and Juliet
    Romantic love stories are often ended with a tragedy, because of loss of passion or a loved one. These tragedies are often the result of one person’s actions that ended someone’s life or love. In the Romeo and Juliet play written by...
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  5. Why Hamlet Is Too Smart for Himself
    Hamlet only kills Claudius when he has also murdered the queen, Laertes, and has also poisoned himself. It takes a threat of death to do what his own dead father orders him to do. A largely held opinion is that he is to emotional to do it, but it...
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  6. William Shakespeare
    William Shakespeare is customary regarded to be the finest dramatist the world has ever seen and the greatest poet who has created his plays in the English language. Besides, Shakespeare has been the world’s most famous author. No other writer’s...
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  7. William Shakespeare
    William Shakespeare was a very successful man; he was an English dramatist and poet. (1) He is considered the greatest playwright who ever lived. His comedies, sonnets, (the solid fact, however, of Meres’s mention of the Sonnets, two of which...
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  8. 'Sonnet 130' vs 'to His Coy Mistress'
    Compare and contrast ‘Sonnet 130’ by William Shakespeare and ‘To His Coy Mistress’ by Andrew Marvell. How do these poem’s show the poet’s view on love?<br /> <br /> William Shakespeare was born to John Shakespeare and mother Mary Arden...
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  9. "To Whom Shall I Lend My Pity"
    This question plagues the mind of a reader. In reading fiction, one’s first reaction is always to seek out a character with whom they can relate, who they can support, who they can side with. The play, Othello poses quite a confusing collection of...
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