In the play, Much Ado About Nothing, I believe that Shakespeare was mostly conservative. A lot of the characters in the play had limitations and expectations because of their gender. Men were expected to be brave and honourable while women were largely valued for their beauty. Men hardly faced the same level of consequences as women, and women had little to no authority thus were rarely seen/heard in the public. Forms of entertainment in the Elizabethan times included cock fighting, bear baiting, beheadings and more.
He has much self-doubt about it which prevents him from wanting to express his love for Roxane. He believes his nose prevents him from even being loved by an ugly woman. The plot was lucid, maybe because it’s a professional play. It was very clear and understandable to what was going on in the play. The introduction to Cyrano was very interesting.
Even Mr. Hale was concerned about Minnie. The play, however, does not share the same emotions of how Mr. Hale's words could effect Minnie. The story has a greater influence than the play, invoking certain feelings about justice for abused women. The lack of details in the play "Trifles" is really an injustice to how the readers should feel about Minnie. The complex details that are lacking in the play are displayed freely in the short story "A Jury of Her Peers."
“Both novels deal with immorality in an ambiguous way and are disturbing because they do not communicate a clear moral purpose”. - With this view in mind, compare and contrast the ways in which the writers of The Turn of the Screw and Notes on a Scandal deal with the theme of immorality. ‘The Turn of the Screw’ (published 1998) and ‘Notes on a Scandal’ (published 2003), falls destitute to moral code, and the three women featured in the novels all have very little tribute to that, leaving an ambiguous immorality that communicates no real or clear moral purpose. The focal point of the three women’s’, as they descend into the selfishness of their own desires, is the consequences’ that are left behind – families devastated, children disturbed
“The Play That Goes Wrong” required a very detailed strategic plan of the arranged props and set design that actors need to follow in their performance. I believe the performers did a marvelous job in following the detailed choreography of the show. One of the most memorable cast members was Nancy Zamit. She played Annie the stage manager, who took the spotlight when she was forced into playing Charles’ fiancée named Sandra because the original female lead got "knocked unconscious” in the middle of the play. As terribly shy as she was, Zamit intensified the enjoyment of the audience as her character was reading off lines from pages of the script very awkwardly and awfully in an unfitted red dress and wig.
Shakespeare rarely wrote strong or interesting women, and due to the sexist mentality of his era, he could easily get away with this. His plays often depicted a very vivid image of gender roles in the time, explaining how women were treated and how, as a result, women acted. In one of his most successful plays, Hamlet, he portrays only two women in a very harsh light, mainly from the perspective of a man who hates women. The women of this play rarely think for themselves, and are constantly victimized by the mental
With respect to the central message it shows she cannot trust the reliable reputation of Othello. As it is looked into more, the audience did not expect Othello to become evil. He is dynamic with the expectations of learning from his mistakes and becoming a better person. The audience did not see show evil within him until the story progressed more towards the end. Shakespeare is trying to drive into the audience once again the characters and people in life with respect to the central message may not be as they appear.
In some of the problems he is involved in, human lives are at risk. This sole fact makes it more than obvious that those situations required a quick clever solution, and were not easy to solve at all. However, if Romeo had stopped for a second to think, and use previous experiences as lessons instead of acting hastily, the outcomes to those situations would have probably been more favorable. To conclude this essay, it would be wise to convey the points given into a new outcome to the story. Once Romeo had seen the fight start between Mercutio and Tybalt, he should have stayed where he was.
Whether to act or not act is a topic of discussion throughout the play. What shouldn’t be a topic of debate is Hamlets madness. The reason it shouldn’t be debated is because everything that Hamlet does, was all but an act by to justify his actions. Near the end of the play, Hamlet doesn’t do anything that should classify as him being mad. Or descent into madness.
According to Chandler, writers today have a poor knowledge of the society in which we live. Readers today will not care about the details that makes the story realistic, readers do not care about life as the characters live. Instead, readers are more interested in the difficult murders. So, to make fiction more interesting, the authors have to build stories on more detailed murder stories. If books continue to be of the same poor quality and cannot be measured with the elderly, it will in turn cause fewer to read books, both young and