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Hey /lit/ i was assigned to do a essay on Shakespeare and need some tips on what play he has done that's easy to write about.
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I'd love to help, but, my pockets are filled with appreciation as it is.
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>>7607659
Othello should be easy enough to write about. If you're really bad with the bard, you could read spark notes while you read it.
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Can anyone help me out here? I need to create a Shakespeare scene using lines from any Shakespeare play. It has to be either a retelling of a scene from Twelfth Night, AMSND, TotS or R&J or a new epilogue from any of them. Gotta be at least 20 lines. I encourage you to be as crude as possible since my prof actually loves that shit.
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>>7607817
Othello is pretty dank, I dun a college essay on that years ago, mostly identified Othello's Hamartia, concluded that it was a typical example of a tragic play (in the classical sense), and talked about the roles of Iago, Desdemona and what's his face who gets stabbed.

You will have to read it though, and draw some kind of novel conclusion from it.
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>>7607968
please check the homework board for this and all other homework queries
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Rip off Tolstoy.
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>Watermarked "Memeful.com"
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Asides from already having an enormous amount of scholarship written on it already, Hamlet is also the most obviously philosophical of his plays.
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>>7607659
The Crucible and Death of a Salesman are pretty easy Shakespeare plays but if you want something real quick, try The Yellow Wallpaper, it's only 12 pages long or some shit
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>>7607992
>"there's a homework board, wtf?"
>click link
>browse gay porn for 40 minutes

thanks, lit
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>>7609980
>being this new
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King Lear. You're welcome.
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