The Merchant of Venice Paper

The Merchant of Venice Paper
William Shakespeare is one of the most famous and great figures at the field of the history of English literature. He likes to describe humans’ feelings – love, hate, jealousy, passion; also he likes to tell about relationships between people – between friends, lovers, between husband and wife, between parents and their children, between enemies; he uses different situations from the ordinary life as plots for his plays.

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Andrew Marvell`s "To His Coy Mistress"

Andrew Marvell`s "To His Coy Mistress"
The poetry of the 17th century is still quite attractive even now. Andrew Marvell’s To His Coy Mistress is probably one of the most interesting poems, which attracts the readers with its unusual reflections of the man’s feelings to his beloved lady using two contradictory themes of life and death. It won’t be a secret that the poem with such an unusual plot structure has been investigated by the number of researchers. Due to the different research works and readings I came to the conclusion that the author of the poem is fearful of death. That is why he uses carpe diem as a core theme throughout the male voice within the poem. Andrew Marvell and his anonymous man wish to stop the moment and spend the time with his mistress, love her and care for her before the death drifts them apart forever. The core idea of this essay is to provide the evident data to prove the thesis.

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Compare and Contrast

Compare and Contrast
The work by Charlotte Perkins Gilman “The Yellow Wallpaper” and the work by Edgar Allan Poe “The Tell-Tale Heart” represent the genre of a short story. In literary terms both these stories look back to the tradition practiced by Edgar Allan Poe – the tradition of the psychological horror tale. Both stories are told from the point of view of an insane author who disclaims being insane and tries to persuade other people and a reader that everything is quite opposite.

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