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Gertrude's Guilt in William Shakespeare's "Hamlet"
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A 5 page paper which examines examples from the play's text which establish Gertrude's guilt as an adulteress and a conspirator in the death of her husband, King Hamlet. No additional sources are used.
Filename: TGwsgert.wps

Gonzalo’s Ideas for a Utopian Kingdom in Shakespeare’s “Tempest”
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A 5 page analysis of a short passage in the second act of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”, in which Gonzalo outlines his ideas for the ideal kingdom. The paper argues that Gonzalo’s ideas are completely unworkable, not only because they go against the laws of physical nature, but because they violate human nature as well. No additional sources.
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Good & Evil in William Shakespeare's "The Tempest"
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An 8 page paper which examines how Shakespeare presents the nature of these concepts, i.e., good as beautiful and evil as ugly, in his final play. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Hamlet & His Stepfather
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A 5 page paper looking at the opposition between Hamlet and Claudius. The paper shows that Hamlet, despite his penchant for punning and his off-center personality, is almost always sincere; whereas Claudius, despite his poise and self-confidence, is almost always false. No additional sources cited.
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Hamlet & Measure For Measure / The Power of Identity
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5 pages in length-- Focuses on Shakespeare's Ophelia (from Hamlet) and Mariana (from Measure For Measure). The writer notes that as similar as Ophelia and Mariana seem on the surface, however, their fates are very different. Ophelia has had every advantage in life -- nurturing, guidance, and love -- but Mariana is the one whose firm orientation to her goal will allow her to triumph. Bibliography lists four sources including the two plays.
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Hamlet & Ophelia / Was Madness Real Or Feigned ?
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A 12 page paper which compares how madness is depicted in Shakespeare's Hamlet -- a calculated gesture on the part of Hamlet who seeks to avenge his father's death as opposed to Ophelia's real madness as a result of her many tragedies. Bibliography lists 8+ sources.
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Hamlet & Ophelia / ‘I Never Loved Thee'
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A 4 page paper analyzing the strange conversation between Hamlet and Ophelia right after his famous soliloquy. It shows how he is no longer seeing Ophelia as the girl he courted but as a representative of the female sex -- of which his treacherous mother is also a part. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Hamlet & Othello / The Men
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A 5 page paper examining the main characters, Hamlet and Othello, of the same titled plays by Shakespeare. Both men, while coming from different backgrounds and holding different titles, are essentially made of the same stuff. They are bold and brave men who are full of passion and strength. They are good men with powerful morals. They know what is right and they fight for the truth and also for love. No additional sources cited.
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Hamlet & Othello, Shakespeare's Response to Women through Female Characters
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In 8 pages the author discusses Shakespeare's response to women through female characters in "Hamlet" and "Othello". "It is interesting to note the role of women in William Shakespeare's plays. Many of them are two-dimensional. They portrayals of subservient women. It is only in the close examination of his works that one is able to suppose his intent in creating characters that inspire that type of controversy. Two works, 'Hamlet' and 'Othello' stand out particularly well in regards to Shakespeare's use of female characters. Examination of these two plays, will show that Shakespeare, circumvented them by creating resolute female characters with a strong sense of self, although conforming to the contemporary attitudes of women at the same time." Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Hamlet & The Ghost of His Father / Hearing is Believing
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The appearance of the ghost of Hamlet's father and importance of his revelation are echoed through out the play by Shakespeare's use of the words 'hear' and 'ear' as well as other symbolism about conversation, revelations and oration. This 9 page paper provides an overview of the basic segments of Hamlet that demonstrate the use of words related to the sense of hearing, and demonstrates the implications for the truth that Hamlet defines and his course of action represented by his seeming madness. No additional sources cited.
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