Subject Search for: Shakespeare, William / King Richard the Third III
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1.8645 Lady Anne and Katherine: Courtship Comparisons.
This nine-page undergraduate paper compares and contrasts the courting of Lady Anne by the Duke of Gloucester in William Shakespeare's play "Richard III" with the courting of Katherine by Petruchio in the play "The Taming of the Shrew". The author also incorporates historical courtship background information from Shakespeare's era. 9 pgs. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Bibliography: 9 source(s) listed
Filename: 8645 Courtship Comparisons.doc
2.7572 The Duke of Buckingham in Shakespeare's "Richard III".
This three-page undergraduate paper analyzes the Duke of Buckingham in Shakespeare's Richard III .The Duke was a clever, power-hungry and ambitious opportunist who supported the most dominant people in the country. When Richard was trying to be king of England, the Duke of Buckingham supported his evil schemes to punish the innocent in order to seize power. Later, the Duke of Bucking showed intelligence, wisdom and compassion when he refused to support the killing of more innocent soul during Richard's reign. 3 pgs. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Bibliography: 1 source(s) listed
Filename: 7572 Duke Buckingham Shakespeare.doc
3.3495 Richard III - Act 2.1.
This essay discusses the issues and meanings that need to be brought out in a staged scene of Richard III, Act 2.1. Overall, Richard has to convincingly portray a combination of inventiveness and criminality, while Anne has to show how her exhaustion prevents her to act on her hatred of Richard. 6 pgs. 0 f/c. 0b.
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Filename: 3495 Richard III Act2.doc
4.18393 A Comparison and Contrast of Richard the III by William Shakespeare and Daughter of Time by Josephine Tey.
This paper will seek to understand the play Richard the III by Shakespeare in comparison with Josephine Tey's novel, Daughter of Time. A making a comparison and contrast between the main characters of each of these stories, we can see how the authors characterize their stories.
Bibliography: 2 source(s) listed
Filename: 18393 Richard Shakespeare Josephine.doc
5.21751 Usurpation in Shakespearean Drama: A Comparison of Henry the IV, Part I and Hamlet by William Shakespeare
This paper will analyze the idea of usurpation in the two plays: Henry IV, Part I and Hamlet by William Shakespeare. By understanding the difficult positions that Worcester and Hamlet are put in, they understandably become the symbol of rebellion and usurpation in both of these plays. By using secretive and foolish measures to regain power from Henry IV and Claudius, we can see how tragedy and failure befall both of them.