Research Paper On Hamlet&Amp;#39;S Character
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Hamlet, Was He Insane?
A 3 page essay that explores Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” in order to answer the question of whether Hamlet was truly mad. The writer argues that Hamlet was not meant to be perceived as mad, that is, insane, but rather Shakespeare meant him to be perceived as melancholic (i.e., depressed), which the Elizabethans perceived as a character flaw. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Director Kenneth Branagh's Hamlet (1996)
This paper pertains to Kenneth Branagh's adaptation of "Hamlet." The writer describes the overall film and the cinematic devices employed, but primarily focuses on the way in which Branagh presents the character of Hamlet. Four pages in length, four sources are cited.
Should the ICAO Charter Articles 39 and 39 be Revised?
This 16 page paper argues that Article 38 and 39 of the International Civil Aviation Authority is outdated. Article 39 states that were there are differences in national standards and the ICAO’s Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs), the country concerned should make a notification. The paper argues that were the national standard is superior that the resulting endorsement that takes place after a notification is unfair and unnecessary. The paper looks at the background and the application of the article’s using examples, before making recommendations in the way the articles could be changed. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Hamlet & Oedipus
A 4 page essay that contrasts and compares the characters of Hamlet and Oedipus. Despite being separated by the passage of centuries, as well as differences in language and culture, Sophocles’ portrayal of Oedipus and Shakespeare’s depiction of Hamlet bear similarities, as well as the innumerable differences that one would expect. The similarities revolve around themes common to both plays, such as incest and the use of symbolism, while the differences largely involve the specifics of characterization. No additional sources cited.