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The Taming Of The Shrew William Shakespeare (1564-1616)


Words: 1611    Pages: 6    Paragraphs: 23    Sentences: 90    Read Time: 05:51
              Principal Characters Christopher Sly-an indolent, fat tinker Baptisa Minola-a rich Italian gentlemen Bianca-his refined, youngest daughter Katherine-his sharp-tongued, eldest daughter Gremio-Bianca's rich and elderly suitor Hortensio-Bianca's other suitor Petruchio-Hortensio's friend Lucentio-a rich and colorful gentlemen Tranio-Lucentio's servant
             
              Story Overveiw The hostess of the inn bellowed
Shakespeare Essay 

Romeo And Juliet By William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616)


Words: 1881    Pages: 7    Paragraphs: 23    Sentences: 140    Read Time: 06:50
              Principal Characters Romeo, son of the house of Montague Juliet, daughter of the Capulet household Benvolio, Romeo's cousin Mercutio, Romeo's friend Tybalt, Juliet's cousin Lady Montague, the clan's matriarch Lady Capulet, Juliet's mother Juliet's ribald nurse Friar Lawrence, a Franciscan Monk
             
              Story Overview For a very long time the Capulets and the Montagues had been feuding. Harsh words often
Shakespeare Essay 

Macbeth By William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616)


Words: 1583    Pages: 6    Paragraphs: 22    Sentences: 83    Read Time: 05:45
              Principal Characters Macbeth, a noble Scottish chieftain Lady Macbeth, his wife Batiquo, Macbeth's warrior-friend Fleatice, Banquo's son Duncan, King of Scotland, a gentle and perfect ruler Macduff, a rebel lord Three Witches
             
              Story Overveiw On a stormy night, Scottish armies managed to suppress a rebellion, largely through the valor of two noblemen Macbeth and Banquo. They had also frustrated a
Macbeth Essay Shakespeare Essay 

Shakespearean Comedy


Words: 2327    Pages: 8    Paragraphs: 29    Sentences: 142    Read Time: 08:27
              Shakespeare wrote many plays during his lifetime. Some of his plays have similar comedic characteristics and then other plays are the exact opposite of comedy. Shakespeare wrote tragedies, romance, history, comedy and problem plays all with great success. During the performance of these plays there was no scenery so great time was taken when developing the characters and the plot so the plays woul
Shakespeare Essay 

Our Christmas Celebration


Words: 858    Pages: 3    Paragraphs: 14    Sentences: 65    Read Time: 03:07
              Like the Chinese 'ying yan' life is composed of opposite day and night, dawn and dusk, good and bad, old and young, male and female, hard and soft, work and rest, war and peace, sweet and bitter, and fun and fury are all the complementary phenomenon of life cycle. The longing for having a time of fun and frolic after my treacherous half yearly examination was obviously too stormy.
             
              And why not.
Holiday Essay 
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The Golden Treasury Of Indo-Anglian Poetry


Words: 1527    Pages: 6    Paragraphs: 17    Sentences: 99    Read Time: 05:33
              The Golden Treasury of Indo-Anglian poetry edited by Prof. V.K. Gokak has listed about fifty earlier Indian poets writ-ing in English. While the most important of them have been discussed in the foregoing pages there are a number of others who, even if they were not of the stature of Sri Aurobindo, Tagore, Toru Dutt and Sarojini Naidu, had written poems of quality which deserve attention. These ar
Poetry Essay 
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Essay On Mongol Invasion Of India


Words: 692    Pages: 3    Paragraphs: 11    Sentences: 36    Read Time: 02:30
              When the imperial army which had gone to Telangana had not yet returned from the South, the Mongols appeared on the bank of the Indus. Malik Shadi was sent with the army to strengthen the border security force at Samana. The Mongols were defeated in a pitched battle and a large number of them were brought to Delhi in chains.
             
              As Ghaisuddin after this his accession paid his attention to this reor
India Essay History Essay 

An Essay On Scottish Traditions And Cultures


Words: 2166    Pages: 8    Paragraphs: 6    Sentences: 113    Read Time: 07:52
              This is my English assignment on Scotland. I am going to talk about the history of Scotland, the culture and traditions of Scotland and about the Sports in Scotland. The Culture and Sports are very close but I think they have to be explained a part. I hope you and myself learn from this assignment and have fun with reading. (As long you can have fun)The history of Scotland.
             
              The land that now fo
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Lord Of The Flies And WW2 Essay


Words: 739    Pages: 3    Paragraphs: 5    Sentences: 51    Read Time: 02:41
              William Golding's child psychopaths vying for power and control in the book Lord of the Flies are not as bizarre as they seem if the book's publishing date is taken into account. 1954 was nine years after the end of World War Two, a war in which the Western democracies triumphed over the fascist countries of Germany, Italy, and Japan. Golding must have had the recent war in mind when he penned Lor
World War 2 Essay 

The Extravagant Expenditure Of Indian Marriage A Necessity In Advanced Society


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              India is said to be a poor country, and it is not certainly so, but when one witnesses the marriage functions in India, one wonders how the citizens of a poor country can afford to spend lavishly and extravagantly. By seeing Indian marriages a foreigner can never conclude that so much pomp and show, ostentation and display, all the colorful pageantry, sumptuous feasts and dinners, all consuming te
India Essay Marriage Essay 

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