Hamlet here

These are actually 4 essay all about poetry but different ones. In each eassy you will see what poems are needed to read up on to answer the questions. I know this is four eassy and I don’t expect the price listed. I just need all four short eassy by Tomorrow if possible please. I will pay what is responsible. Please read instructions correctly

This first essay is related to the poem Hamlet here
Choose one of the following for a four to six paragraph essay. Please double space. A rough draft is not required, nor since this is a timed writing, is one advised. Please avoid the use of second person point of view (you, your, yours …). You do not need to write down the topic. Your introduction should allow me to identify the topic you have chosen to discuss. Use traditional indented paragraphing. This should not be a research paper, but should be based on your own interpretations based on the lecture discussions.

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Explain why you think Hamlet waits so long before attempting to revenge his father’s death.
Do you think that Ophelia’s death was a suicide? Why or why not?
Explain and/or analyze any one of Hamlet’s soliloquies.
“Frailty, thy name is woman.” How accurately may this description be applied to Gertrude and Ophelia?
Explain Hamlet’s statement in Act V: “The readiness is all.”
Discuss Claudius’s soliloquy when he attempts to pray in Act III. Explain Hamlet’s reaction and inaction to Claudius at that point in the play.
Compare and/or contrast Hamlet to another character in the play.

This second Essay is about anyone listed just below to choose from

Choose at least four of the five questions or prompts below to provide a brief one paragraph answer. Do not use 2nd person. Do not use research, but rather write your own opinion. You may quote from the stories without providing documentation; however, if you have done research and are quoting or paraphrasing someone else’s opinion, you must provide MLA documentation. I am not looking for that, but would rather see papers based on your own opinion.

“The Story of an Hour”

a. Discuss why Louise Mallard could be considered a dynamic character in “The Story of an Hour” as opposed to a static character.

“The Cask of Amontillado”

b. Discuss the importance of the first paragraph in “The Cask of Amontillado.”

“The Lottery”

c. Discuss Jackson’s development and use of irony in “The Lottery.


d. What makes “Girl” an unconventional or non-traditional short story?

“The Unicorn in the Garden”

e. What did you learn about the relationship between the husband and wife in this story?

This third essay is about topics listed below.

Choose one question or topic from each play for a short answer essay of two to three paragraphs in length. Please double space. Do not use 2nd person point of view.

Choose one of the following topics or questions from “Trifles.”

1. Why didn’t Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters share their “clues” involving the bird and the bird cage with the District Attorney?

2. How is “Trifles” an appropriate title for this play?

3. Were Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters justified in deciding to protect Mrs. Wright from prosecution? Why or why not?

4. Discuss the importance of setting in “Trifles.”

5. How do the men’s conversations and actions reveal their attitudes toward women?

Choose one of the following topics or questions from “Medea.”

1. Discuss the role of the chorus in “Medea.”

2. How does Medea justify the killing of her own children in Euripides’s play “Medea?” Do you accept her justification? Why or why not?

3. How do you feel about Jason and/or Medea by the end of the play? Is either one ever a sympathetic character?

4. Discuss the use of foreshadowing in the play.

5. At the beginning of the play, the Nurse discusses “the terrible justice of God…” in terms of the difference between powerful and common people. Discuss this as a possible theme for this play.

Medea.Act one quotes.pptx

Medea Act Two Quotes.pptx


This fourth essay topic is listed below. for you to choose

Poetry Paper

Choose two of the following. Each answer should be two to three paragraphs in length. Make sure that you do not discuss the same poem in your two answers. Do not use 2nd person (you). Please double space. This essay test should not require research or citations. You may quote from the poems or lectures without having to use parenthetical citations. However, poems’ titles should be placed in quotation marks.

Explication is a term that refers to the analysis of literary work. In terms of poetry, it generally means to discuss your interpretation of the meaning of the poem. This is usually done in one of two different ways: discussing line-by-line or stanza-by-stanza in a chronological fashion going from the beginning to the end of the poem; or discussing a thematic concept of the meaning of the poem and then referring to those parts of the poem that back up this interpretation.

Explicate any one of the poems that we discussed. Explicate either in a chronological fashion by discussing the poem line-by-line, stanza-by-stanza, or part-by-part, or in a thematic fashion by discussing the meaning of a poem through the analysis of a specific thematic meaning of the whole poem.
What is Prufrock’s message in “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock?” How does Eliot use questions in the poem to help develop that message?
Discuss how a poet can use poetry to create a political or social message. Use at least one of the poems discussed in the lecture as an example.
Discuss the character of the speaker in either “Ulysses” or “My Last Duchess.””
How does Marvell use three different approaches to time to express the Carpe Diem motif in “To His Coy Mistress?”
Explain how “Richard Cory” or “Barbie Doll” can be seen as ironic poems.
Explain the title of one of the following poems: “Dulce et Decorum Est,” “Barbie Doll,” or “A Work of Artifice.” Explain the title in terms of a major theme being expressed in the poem.
How can the title of “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” be seen as an ironic title for that poem?

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