In this passage Macbeth sees a dagger floating in midair before him. He
speculates at the apparition, and wonders if he is hallucinating when he can not grasp it.
He pulls out his own dagger to compare, noting that the vision is reinfo
Jane and Rochesters Relationships
Jane and Rochester have a complex relationship. They both love the other, yet
neither will say it outright. Jane has evidence of Rochesters passion, yet she can not
or will not see it for what it is. After Jane save his
Hercules was a renowned hero of ancient times, travelling all across Greece
and beyond doing heroic deeds. He accomplished many feats of strength and bravery.
One day, Hercules accidently knocked over the Washington Monument in Washington,
Hamlet is a play about many things. Most of all, however, it is a play about death;
death, and how people cope with it. This will be the focus of my version of the play.
Death is nearly omnipresent in Hamlet, always forcing the characters to
react to each
Upon reading chapters four and five of Emma, Walter Scotts assertion that Jane
Austens writing is akin to the Flemish school of painting gains much support. Just as
these painters depicted figures with a realism that made them more human-looking
Getting Around the Roman Way
At the height of its power, the Roman Empire was vast. But it would never have
been created and never held together for so long if not for the transportation
systems of the Romans. Whether by sea or over land, the Romans had a
The sunny seaside town was a quiet village, prone to sleepy days and idle
nights. Its lethargic residents would sluggishly go about their daily activities. In the
summer, they would sit on their white-washed porches and watch the tourists.
Product of Marxist doctrine
Hamlet's confrontation with the ghost of his father contained evidence of a
Marxist interpretation of the play. The waves crashing against the rocks extended the
symbolism in the opening sequence, matching the interpretation of
Not only is it one of the final straws that prompts Claudius to send Hamlet off to
England to meet his own death, but Polonius children are forced to cope with the loss of
their father. Ophelia is apparently driven mad by grief. Hamlets rejection no doubt
Enacts original material in interesting or provocative way
The depiction of Ophelia's descent into madness intrigued me for a number of reasons.
Her insanity is perfectly portrayed. The haunting flute melody that accompanied scenes
of her madness stuck in