The Movie “Anonymous” is Worse Than a Farce – It’s a Travesty

“Anonymous” contends that Shakespeare was a drunken actor who had neither the education nor wit to write his works, and little documentation exists to prove he did. Here’s a possible explanation for all of those questions.

Alienation and Transformation: Establishing Our Identities

In "Metamorphoses" by Ovid and "The Metamorphosis" by Franz Kafka, the authors discuss how people become alienated from their society, and seek transformation or have it thrust upon them so that they can find an identity that will make them acceptable within that society.

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet: a Warning to Elizabeth?

For most readers, Romeo and Juliet is a lesson to overly passionate lovers. But Shakespeare may have had a much deeper message for Queen Elizabeth concerning her rule over her Catholic and Protestant subjects.

Milton's Use of "Narrative Technique" in Paradise Lost

In writing his epic poem, Paradise Lost, Milton relied on the "narrative technique" to give life to an old story

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