Shakespeare - Get your essay fast


Frailty thy name is woman

By Ophelia doing this, we can link it to Shakespeare’s portrayal of women as mentally frail when around others, unable to hold a sentence or communicate. Hamlet offers copious amounts of evidence to the audience of his madness; however there is a lack of evidence to Ophelia’s madness apart fromRead More

At the opening of act V of the tempest

At the opening of Act V of `The Tempest` Prospero decides to set aside revenge which he has long been planning and instead show forgiveness to his enemies. Examine the methods that Shakespeare uses to help the audience believe in Prospero’s sudden change of heart. Throughout the whole of `TheRead More

English coursework

English coursework: Explain what you think Shakespeare hoped to achieve with the prologue and first scene of ‘Romeo & Juliet’. To what extent do you believe that the two film versions fulfil his intentions? This essay will feature how different directors put the original text of ‘Romeo & Juliet’ intoRead More

Last night at the regent theatre in Hanley

Last night at the Regent Theatre in Hanley, Stoke-upon-Trent , I witnessed a spectacular performance of Romeo and Juliet, written by William Shakespeare. William Shakespeare is regarded as a true great among modern poets and playwrights alike. The play began with a masterfully written battle scene between the two feudingRead More

Act3 Scene5 of ‘Romeo And Juliet

The Audience knows from the Prologue that Romeo and Juliet are ‘starcrossed’ (doomed) and that their love is ‘death-marked’. The audience’s response is coloured by their knowledge that Romeo and Juliet are fated to die, and that it is a tragic and chilling piece of drama. As A3s4 concludes, aRead More