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Hippolytus
Number of words: 1755 - Number of pages: 7

.... The divine relationship between the gods is a bit different, however. Over the course of the play, Artemis does not interfere in the actions of Aphrodite, which shows that the gods, while divine, do have restrictions; in this case, it shows the gods cannot interfere with each other. The gods are sometimes evil and revengeful, though, as can be seen by what Artemis has to say about Aphrodite: "I'll wait till she loves a mortal next time, and with this hand - with these unerring arrows I'll punish him. " The relationship of mankind and the gods also n .....


Blazing Saddles: Blazing Satire
Number of words: 910 - Number of pages: 4

.... major mode of transportation in the old west, it is always present in westerns. Finally, westerns always have a villain. The villain, usually a man, dresses very slick and will stop at nothing in his quest for power. In addition, the villain usually has a gang to carry out his dastardly deeds. The gang is usually full of incompetent, but loyal thugs, who would love to destroy a small town just for the pleasure of wanton destruction. The elements of a western are very simple, but easily manipulated into a very interesting plot. Blazing Saddles contains all .....


Television Shows Reflect American Culture
Number of words: 1087 - Number of pages: 4

.... star in the show, best friends was playing with a gun which he had acquired during a summer vacation to the mid-West. The friend shot himself by accident; what followed was a time of mourning for David and a recollection of many fond memories of the times they shared together. This episode's tragedy brought the characters in the show closer together. Many innocent children, and sometimes adults, are killed accidentally playing with guns, or by drive-by random shootings. This is a major problem in the United States and the show is trying to get the .....


Twelfth Night: Theme Of Love
Number of words: 829 - Number of pages: 4

.... I woo, myself would be his wife (1)." That statement becomes true when Viola reveals her true identity. Viola and Orsino had a very good friendship, and making the switch to husband and wife was easy. Viola was caught up in another true love scenario, only this time she was on the receiving end, and things didn't work out so smoothly. During her attempts to court Olivia for Orsino, Olivia grew to love Cesario. Viola was now caught in a terrible situation and there was only one way out, but that would jeopardize her chances with Orsino. It's am .....


Who Is The Villian In Macbeth?
Number of words: 1067 - Number of pages: 4

.... He is weakened by the words of Lady Macbeth, when she questions the fact of if he is a man. "Was the hope drunk/ Wherein you dressed yourself? Hath it slept since?" (1.7. 38-39) Lady Macbeth wants to know if he is a true man under his clothes. She questions him because of his unwillingness to kill Duncan. Lady Macbeth is a villain because she insults Macbeth by calling him a girl. In the next quotation Macbeth is being directed by Lady Macbeth, to be a person in which he is not. "Look like the innocent flower, / but be the serpent under't" (1.6. 73-74). .....


Patterns Of Imagery In Macbeth
Number of words: 1226 - Number of pages: 5

.... that the witches are bad or foul ("filthy air") creatures. In Act II, Scene i, it is a dark night. Fleance says, "The moon is down" (Line 2), and Banquo says, "Their (Heaven's) candles are all out (there are no stars in the sky)." (Line 5) Darkness evokes feelings of evilness, of a disturbance in nature on this fateful night. It creates a perfect scene for the baneful murders. Another disturbance in nature comes from Macbeth's mouth, "Now o'er the one half-world / Nature seems dead" (Lines 49 - 50). This statement might mean that everywhere he .....


Hamlet's Madness
Number of words: 743 - Number of pages: 3

.... warrant that he is insane. The only fact that hinders this observation is the fact that others saw the ghost as well and were even the ones who told young Hamlet of his appearance. Many may see Hamlet being insane only by the worldly view of him being different. Though towards the end of the play in Act III, Gertrude calls her son to her chambers to discuss the reasoning of his putting on a play so closely related to the death of his father. She tells him how upset Claudius is and is weary of Hamlet's recent actions. At this Hamlet explodes on his mother .....


Hamlet: Characters And Plot
Number of words: 811 - Number of pages: 3

.... by fury and frustration. Sudden anger prompts both Hamlet and Laertes to act spontaneously, giving little thought to the consequences of their actions. Hamlet and Laertes share a different but deep love and concern for Ophelia. Before his departure for France Laertes provides lengthy advice to Ophelia pertaining to her relationship with Hamlet. Laertes voices his concern of Hamletís true intentions towards Ophelia and advices her to be wary of Hamletís love. Laertes impresses upon Ophelia, Hamlet is a prince who most likely will have an arranged marriage. Hamle .....



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