Subject Search for: Shakespeare, William / Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
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1.1970 Why is Poetry so Important?
1970b The similarities between Oedipus and Hamlet.These papers answer each question in two pages. 4 pgs. 0 f/c. 0b.
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Filename: 1970 Poetry Oedipus Hamlet.doc
2.2263 Hamlet - The Disappointed Idealist.
The author explains how Hamlet wants everything to be as he thinks it should be in life, but because it is not, he is continually frustrated with himself and everyone else. These feelings lead him to act in a destructive way towards everything in life. 4 pgs. 3 f/c. 3b.
Bibliography: 3 source(s) listed
Filename: 2263 Hamlet Disappointed Idealist.doc
3.2580 The True Heart of Hamlet's Mystery: Exploring the Revenge Theme in Shakespeare's Hamlet.
This paper will demonstrate how Hamlet's famous hesitation and failure to carry out his revenge in fact relate to his unconscious Oedipal feelings towards his parents. He cannot commit the necessary violence because he feels somehow guilty himself of the crimes Claudius has committed. 6.5 pgs. 8 f/c. 10b.
Bibliography: 10 source(s) listed
Filename: 2580 Revenge Theme Hamlet.doc
4.3959 "Poison" as Infection and Decay in Shakespeare's "Hamlet".
In Shakespeare's tragedy, Hamlet, there is a theme of illness and corruption that runs through the dialogues, as if the fateful murder of Hamlet's father has poisoned the very soil of Denmark. This essay explores the themes and metaphors of poison in this play, and through the various ways Shakespeare relies on ideas of poison to conjure an imaginative relation with the infections of evil, spreading into the roots of minds and hearts alike. 5 pgs. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Filename: 3959 Poison Shakespeare Hamlet.doc
5.4005 A Machiavellian Perspective on Shakespeare's "Hamlet".
This piece is a 4-page, 3-source analysis of Shakespeare's "Hamlet" in Machiavellian terms. The assignment is to either take a Christian or Machiavellian analysis of Hamlet's actions. The author's thesis, instead of jumping on one side or the other, includes both; the argument presented is that while Hamlet's goal of redeeming his dead father's soul is ultimately Christian, his means of doing so are Machiavellian. The author argues this point of view by first giving an overview of Machiavellian philosophy, then showing how Hamlet's actions and words evidence a consistency with that. The author closes by discussing how the play's final act culminates in actions both Christian and Machiavellian. 4 pgs. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
6.9006 A Brief Overview of the Structure of Shakespeare's "Hamlet".
This paper provides a brief but clear outline on Shakespeare's classic work Hamlet, in respect to the format and structure of the play. This paper functions as a literature analysis of Hamlet. 3 pgs. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Filename: 9006 Structure Shakespeare Hamlet.doc
7.9354 A Literary Analysis of Hamlet.
This three-page sophomore level paper analyzes Hamlet by William Shakespeare. It will provide a character profile along with a theme and metaphor analysis as well as a summary of the play. 3 pgs. Bibliography lists 1 source.