At the end of 1.2 of the play Henry IV, Part 1, Shakespeare has given us two of his most interesting characters, Prince Hal (the future Henry V) and Falstaff. At this point in the play, Falstaff must be assessed according to his responses to Hal. However, the prince has a soliloquy concluding scene 2,… Continue reading Discuss one of these key characters and consider what his motives and goals may be.
Find approx. 6 to 8 examples of how Shakespeare uses oppositions, dualities and antithesis in Romeo & Juliet. Write your impressions as to their dramatic effect and why he uses them in each given context. please find examples for all three: oppositions, dualities and antithesis and start with a brief introduction as well.
Formatting: justified, font: Times New Roman, size: 12 NO biography of the author, NO summary of the play Research question, Work cited, Bibliography Play: The Winter’s Tale – W. Shakespeare I have already done a table of contents.