Ophelia's and Hamlet Relationship In "No Fear Shakespeare, Hamlet" Ophelia is just an innocent victim that acts on what people tell her to do and don’t respond to what she want. Hamlet and Ophelia's love was real and not yearn, but she let people manipulate her thoughts. When you love somebody they will do whatever it takes to protect and support their loved one while Ophelia plays the victim of loving Hamlet. In the beginning of "Hamlet" Ophelia was convinced by Polonius and Laertes that Hamlet does not love you he is just using you, and that you need to distance yourself and not give all your attention to Hamlet. From this point on, Ophelia sees that her father and brother is trying to keep her from making a fool of herself and getting
This point in the play can be analyzed as Shakespearean comedy because it was incorporated to solve the play’s main conflict. It resolves the main conflict by allowing Puck to give Lysander the antidote, but not Demetrius who still loves Helena. It restores balance to the aspect of love in the play because the four lovers are split into two couples. Love is in balance after Lysander is given the antidote. Lysander loves Hermia and Demetrius is left under the effects of the love juice and loves Helena.
for the novel ‘Macbeth’ the protagonist is Macbeth and the protagonist for ‘To kill a mocking bird’ is Atticus both will be compared on how big of an impact was created by their decision and how they face evil. Macbeth and Atticus are both like left and right for the common good. Atticus does every thing in his power to deliver happiness to the most people he can and if someone was unjustified he would have justified them. lived in justice for all mankind he tries to do every thing in his power to make Maycomb a better and more just place for everyone to be in. on the other hand after Macbeth met the three witched he fond out he was about to become king and after finding out he was about to become king joy greed and ambition filled in him which changed him dramatically he didn’t care who dies in his path has long as his throne was secure he would do anything he didn’t care for the common good just for himself.
By pretending to be another person, Kent can serve King Lear, as he says, “If thou canst serve where thou dost stand condemn'd, / So may it come, thy master, whom thou lovest, / Shall find thee full of labours” (Shakespeare 1.4.5-7). His lies have good ends- to protect the King whom he loves and intends to serve as long as he lives. Similarly, the Fool uses his job as a veneer for telling the truth. He asks the King “why a snail has a / house” and answers his question, “Why, to put 's head in, not to give it away to his / daughters and leave his horns without a case” (Shakespeare 1.5.27-31). The Fool compares Lear to a snail that has made the horrible mistake of trusting Goneril and Regan and giving his kingdom to them.
What he meant when he did that was that King Hamlet is Hyperion because he is the heavenly light he looks up to. With Claudius he is a satyr because they say satyrs like to chase nymphs and he was chasing after Queen Gertrude. Hamlet also used other allusions in the play like the one about Cain and Abel. Lastly, no one who is insane can come up with his innovative ideas. The way Hamlet thinks is that he uses that he uses a big fancy word that is smart.
Textual Analysis In Act I scene i of William Shakespeare’s King Lear, the protagonist, Lear, demands his daughters to publicly profess their love for him. Two of his daughters, Regan and Goneril do not hesitate to praise King Lear and exaggerate their love for him, whereas his third daughter Cordelia honestly admits that she cannot flatter him like her sisters. When King Lear warns her she will not bequeath any land, the Earl of Kent, Lear’s loyal advisor, points out that this is a mistake and he should not fall for the flattering words, but rather for actions. Shakespeare underscores the theme of deceit versus honesty through Kent’s language and actions which I attempt to communicated to the audience through interpretations of the text focusing on his gestures, tone, and physicality.
His own selfish wishes and desires don’t apply to only himself, but he aims to spread them across those close to him. He has already won over Queen Gertrude and the council, shown by the fact that his is permitted to marry Gertrude and rule as king, so now his corrosive aspirations spread to Hamlet. The way Claudius will corrupt Hamlet is by getting him to accept the new king, and Claudius as a father figure. “With no less nobility of love” (1.2.110) he tells Hamlet, “Than that which dearest father bears his son” (1.2.111) He wishes for Hamlet to think of him like he had his father, as Hamlet is the unfitting piece in his puzzle; but Claudius needs him to fit, governing him into the role, calling Hamlet “our chiefest courtier, cousin and son” (1.2.117) Claudius needs Hamlet to think of him the way Claudius wants; Hamlet is still in complete opposition of Claudius’ reign, and Hamlet is incensed about his mother seemingly jumping from the previous king to his brother in the span of 2 months. Everything Claudius has done has been to the disliking of Hamlet, and for his plan of summenting himself into the monarchy of Denmark to succeed, he needs everything the way he wants it, incestious, curodded and corrupeted.
Othello is accused of using magic to woo his future wife, merely because of his racial disparity, and therefore is called a “pagan” (Shakespeare, 2016, Act 1 Scene 1). The only thing Othello possesses, which comes anywhere near magic, is his talent for story-telling, which earns him Desdemona´s love. Magic also reappears as a topic when Desdemona 's handkerchief is nowhere to be found; Othello puts his trust and belief in the symbolism and magic of the
Pross. Before we begin, Mrs. Pross is a maid that works for Lucie and Doctor Manette and a minor character that keeps a strong identify to Lucie. Another example, is when Dickens wrote Mrs. Pross is “very much put out about my Ladybird” and proceeded to labor at their resident, meanwhile Lucie took care of her father. To give you some background information, “Ladybird” responds to Lucie Manette and showcases her loyalty. To comprehend this quote, it inclines that Mrs. Pross is only seen as a ardent and canny servant to Lucie as she is willing to do what she think is best for her, like mentioning her brother as the best future suitor to Lucie Manette.
The play begins with the supernatural power. Macbeth is a noble man but he chooses disloyalty and crime, he was totally aware that he is doing evil. Evil is determined in Macbeth and Lady Macbeth who are influenced by the Weird Sisters (Witches). The play examines the potential of evil and centers on the villain-hero. We find good only in King Duncan or Malcolm.