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Metaphysical is derivative of the Latin word Metaphysica, which is a combination of two words: Meta and Physica. The word meta means ‘beyond’ or ‘after’. It is a prefix and is equally used in...
An in depth analysis of William Shakespeare's King Lear. Analyzing how William Shakespeare used what we know to be as a fool to show wisdom, and how even King's can be quite foolish.
Othello, in Shakespeare’s play Othello, is a happily married and widely respected general in the Venetian army despite his African heritage and has not, as yet, experienced such discrimination. However, Iago...
Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' - What does each Soliloquy, in Acts 1, 2 and 3, reveal about Hamlet's true Feelings? (To be ...)
Soliloquies in Hamlet ~ what can we learn from Hamlet's soliloquies? Do they help us to understand Hamlet, the character, and 'Hamlet', the play, better? How does Shakespeare show his own talents through the...
Charles Dickens was a prolific and celebrated Victorian author. His novels, including "Great Expectations," "Oliver Twist," and "A Christmas Carol" have been enjoyed, studied, and adapted...
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