Its left to our own interpretation I Guess?
I stare at the blank pages and the words begin to form; when a pen meets paper wonders things
seem to happen. The ink fills the page with words of love, comedy, and tragedy; the e
1. Why does Bottom want a prologue written for the play?
He wants one written so that his character can read it to the audience, assuring them that
no harm will come to the actors either by sword or by lion. He thinks the ladies will go into a
1. Why does Titania give Oberon the child?
She cares for him no longer now that she has Bottom on whom to dote.
2. How does Oberon find Titania and Bottom?
They are asleep in each other's arms.
3. Why does Oberon remove the spell he has cast over h
Midsummer Nights Dream Study Guide Act 1&2
What are Theseus and Hippolyta discussing at the play's start?
They are discussing their wedding which is supposed to take place in four days' time.
How does Hippolyta come to be betrothed to Theseus?
Pay attention and you will see how genius creates a legend. You see comedy, Love,
tragedy, and history. Shakespeare gives us just that and so much more. Its in the way he delivers
these aspect of life that make him
Journal Article Summary
In his article MORAL MISTAKES, VIRTUE AND SIN: THE CASE OF OTHELLO, Jean
Porter views that one's moral status is dependent on the stance of the will alone is an attractive
view, deeply entrench
Shakespeare Research Paper
Darkness Of Much Ado About Nothing
By definition, Shakespearean comedies have happy endings, usually involving marriage
between two singular characters. He mastered comedy through conjuring plots, mistaken
Much Ado About Nothing Study Guide ACT 1
1. Act 1, scene i: Where is the story set?
2. Act 1, scene i: Who returns from war?
Don Pedro of Aragon with is army of men
3. Act 1, scene i: Describe the military success.
A few of the soldiers had