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Julius Ceaser: Character Analysis Of Marcus Brutus
Number of words: 841 - Number of pages: 4

.... well."(act 1, scene 2, ll.85-89), as he is speaking to Cassius. Brutus loves Caesar, but would not allow him to "climber-upward…He then unto the ladder turns his back…"(act 2, scene 1, ll.24,26). As the quote says, Brutus would not allow Caesar to rise to power and then turn his back onto the people of Rome. After the assassination of Julius Caesar, Brutus talks to Antony about Caesar's death. "Our hearts you see not; they are pitiful; and pity to the general wrong of Rome…"(act 3, scene 1, ll.185-186). Brutus says that Antony cannot see their(members of the .....

A Comparison Of Tragedy In English Works
Number of words: 838 - Number of pages: 4

.... go to in order to protect democracy in Rome even if it means killing the one he loves, Caesar. Brutus possesses one of the most tragic flaws. He is too nice of a person and therefore he gets taken advantage of. He lets Cassius persuade him into killing Caesar for the good of Rome. Because he does for others more than himself he makes a fatal mistake, he lets Antony live. Brutus says to the conspirators, "For Antony is but a limb of Caesar"(Act II scene I line 165) meaning that if Caesar is killed Antony will die off too. Brutus clearly does not regard Anton .....

Death Of A Salesman: Summary
Number of words: 1134 - Number of pages: 5

.... some fourteen years, Biff returns home. He and his brother Happy try to think of some job that Biff could get and settle down in New York. Biff and his brother think of a man that Biff used to work for named Bill Oliver. Biff thinks that he will ask Mr. Oliver for a loan of ten thousand dollars so biff can began a business of his own. Biff and his brother tell Willy about there plans. Willy thinks that these two brothers together could rule the world. Willy tells Biff that Mr. Oliver always thought pretty high of him. Willy is very happy, knowing tha .....

I Didn't Do It: How The Simpsons Affects Kids
Number of words: 2513 - Number of pages: 10

.... animated pilot of Life in Hell. Groening chose not to do so in fear of loosing royalties from papers that printed the strip. Groening presented Brooks with an overweight, balding father, a mother with a blue beehive hairdo, and three obnoxious spiky haired children. Groening intended for them to represent the typical American family "who love each other and drive each other crazy". Groening named the characters after his own family. His parents were named Homer and Margaret and he had two younger sisters named Lisa and Maggie. Bart was an anagram for "brat .....

Hamlet: Hamlet's Greatest Crime Was His Inherent Goodness
Number of words: 1338 - Number of pages: 5

.... used to describe a person when they don’t know the difference between right and wrong. They don’t consider the nature of their actions due to the mental defect. In William Shakespeare’s play “Hamlet” Shakespeare leads you to believe that the main character, Hamlet, might be insane. There are many clues to suggest Hamlet is insane but in fact he is completely sane. Throughout the play Hamlet makes wise decisions to prove his so-called “madness” to others when obviously it is merely an act. He knows exactly what he is leading up to. He just delays to act due to his .....

Macbeth: The Symbol Of Blood
Number of words: 879 - Number of pages: 4

.... "Which smok'd with bloody execution", he is referring to Macbeth's braveness in which his sword is covered in the hot blood of the enemy. After these few references to honour, the symbol of blood now changes to show a theme of treachery and treason. Lady Macbeth starts this off when she asks the spirits to "make thick my blood,". What she is saying by this, is that she wants to make herself insensitive and remorseless for the deeds which she is about to commit. Lady Macbeth knows that the evidence of blood is a treacherous symbol, and knows it will deflect the .....

Baal Of Desire
Number of words: 869 - Number of pages: 4

.... But then he realizes that he is finally in love - with Ekart, but she doesn't love him and makes it obvious by having other men and women in her life. So, Baal kills her since he can't have her for his own. By the end, Baal has nothing but himself to blame for his condition. His drinking problem and his problem of seducing every woman he meets drives him to his death, and causes everyone to repudiate him. The acting ranged from not-so-great to very good. The only problem was that since not all the actor's names were used, it was difficult to figure out w .....

Hamlet Was Weak And Diminutive
Number of words: 2009 - Number of pages: 8

.... may merely mean that his grief for his father is genuine, but “passeth show” may also mean that he has some sort of feeling that can’t be shown by “the trappings and suits of woe” --his black clothing and cloudy face. These feelings that may very well be hidden from his own conscious are - what I believe - a truth to his indecisiveness on anything he attempts. Indecision in a man, or woman, for that matter, is a strong symbol of his/her lack of perception. Hamlet says that the King is “My father’s brother, but no more like my father / Than I to Hercules. .....

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