Response Paper #3
Juliet vs. Desdemona
Violet deLesseps in the moving motion picture, Shakespeare in Love (1998)
said Love above all. No not the artful postures of love, not playful and poetical games
of love for the amusement of
27 February 2013
The narrator in Cheevers Cathedral is an effectively unreliable narrator; Cheever is able
to draw the reader closer to the text by providing such a narrow visual scope; this narrator, our
protagonist, is so self-absorbed readers are force
The narrator of Everyday Use speaks with the voice of a people. Her sassy humor is
familiar because it speaks with the essences of black womanhood. The voice has soul, the rowdy,
rugged, raised under the glare of the sun kind of soul that
Close Reading: Titus Andronicus
Demetrius, thou dost overween in all,
And so in this, to bear me down with braves.
Tis not the difference of a year or two
Makes me less gracious, or thee more fortunate:
I am as able and as fit as thou
To serve, an
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Themes to consider:
Love as a destructive power
Do you notice links to general themes, issues, or problems in
o Love is a destructive force in the play.
Does the passage raise important questions or explore
Mary Beth Madden
February 13, 2013
The passage I will be focusing on for my paper is on page 43 and it is Malvolio speaking:
M, O, A, I. This simulation is not as the former; and yet, to crush this a little, it would bow to
me, for every
Tragedy into Comedy
Madame Bovary: The TRUE Comedy
To turn Gustave Flauberts Madame Bovary into a comedy is hard work. To
understand why this could be a great comedy is to know what the entire story is about.
Ill just quickly recap it and cut
The Two Noble Kinsmen is essentially an adaptation of Chaucer's Knight's Tale. In
this story, the two kinsmen are Palamon and Arcite; they are captured while fighting for
Thebes against Athens. While imprisoned, the two cousins find themselve
Act 2 Scene 1
Romeo climbs over the fence into the Capulet Orchard
He is wise!
He leapd this orchard wall.
Romeo! Humors! Madman! Passions! Lover!
Come shall we go?
Go then, for tis but vain
English 221: Early Brit. Literature
WOMAN'S CONSTANCY by John Donne
Let me not to the marriage of true minds
Now thou hast loved me one whole day,
Admit impediments. Love is not love
To-morrow when thou leavest, what wilt thou