Essays on Shakespeare's Plays

Small collection of essays based on famous William Shakespeare's plays

Essays on Shakespeare's Plays: Act I, King Lear

"King Lear is considered to be one of the best of Shakespeare's plays. In fact, it is considered to be one of the most magnificent tragedies in the world of drama."

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Essays on Shakespeare's Plays: Hamlet and Words

"Hamlet is regarded by many as William Shakespeare's greatest work. One of the many reasons for such claim is Shakespeare's exquisite use of words."

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Essays on Shakespeare's Plays: The Character of Macbeth

"Macbeth's character was illustrated in the Shakespearean tragic poem as a man of honor and greatness that was later on tarnished because of greed and too much ambition."

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Essays on Shakespeare's Plays: Othello

"Reading William Shakespeare is all about reading between the lines. Because of the structure of his plays, it takes some knowledge of the language used to really get a true understanding of what is going on."

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Essays on Shakespeare's Plays: Romeo's Claim for Love

"Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is heralded as the quintessential tragic love story. This is often argued for two reasons: one is the intense youthful infatuation and passion, and the other is the deathly severe nature of their circumstance."

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