John Shakespeare Essay Topics

Descendant of Henry 7th

Richard the third is cruel, manipulative, cold hearted and corrupt; however we really ought to mention his bad aspects. Richard the third displays all of the qualities of a true ‘baddie’ yet he still succeeds in providing the audience with great entertainment and humour. The way he forces the audience to be co-conspirators partly by… View Article

Shakespeare’s Wicked Kings

The audience learns quite a lot about Richards’s personality agenda and beliefs from the opening soliloquy that he makes. Richard is ‘discontent’ with the state of peace in which England is in at the time. In battle he may perhaps have been a formidable warrior who used ‘to fright the souls of fearful adversaries’. War may… View Article

Shakespearian and Spenserian

Sonnets are poems about different types of love, they are about, romantic love, were the love is equal, both partners love one another, unrequited love where the love is only one sided, you love someone but they do not desire you in the same way, and then there is bereavement, when you are grieving the… View Article

Greek or Shakespearean

The essential component to any tragedy, Greek or Shakespearean, is a protagonist with a fatal flaw. In Greek tragedy this is called hamartia. This Latin term translates directly into the word “flaw” but is usually used to describe an excess of a personality trait – virtue or vice. The protagonist’s fatal flaw pushes the the… View Article

‘’Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none. ’’

Preface William Shakespeare was one of the greatest writers and dramatists of all time. He left us some of the greatest poems and dramas. Not only is he respected by the most educated people, but also by some youth. His quotes are very popular on social networks and in this time that does not happen… View Article