Lewis Walker: Guidelines for handling quotations in graduate and upper-level
1. When you are writing responses or critical papers, you must use quotations to
illustrate your points.
2. It is best to break up quotes so that they appear as
20 April 2014
Social Commentary through the Character Caliban in The Tempest
The character Caliban in The Tempest by William Shakespeare seems to be a highly
debated issue concerning Shakespeares intentions at social
30 March 2014
King Lears Madness: Authentic or Assumed?
Readers of King Lear, because of the many apparently insane acts that Lear commits
throughout the play, often assume him to be insane. It is possible, however, tha
13 March 2014
Additional Motives for Suicide Seen Through Hamlet
William Shakespeare, through his play Hamlet, illuminates the issue of death
being a possible alternative to facing the grief that life brings. This the