Write a 4-6 page paper on “A Midsummer Night’s Dream or The Streetcar Named Desi

Write a 4-6 page paper on “A Midsummer Night’s Dream or The Streetcar Named Desire”, you will need to find and use 3 good, credible outside sources such magazines, journals, or library databases. You will need to develop a literary argument (a claim and your own thesis).
Prompts to choose from:
1. Consider the argument from Krieger that A Midsummer Night’s Dream represents violence in forms of artful spectacle, with lovers who dramatize the power of literary and aristocratic modes of authority (over passion/desire). And Louis Montrose, as stated by McEvoy, finds the play’s comedy about “the containment of challenges to the symbolic and actual power of men over women.” How do such claims affect your understanding and response, or to Shakespeare’s comedies in general?
2. Does Puck’s epilogue, where he claims that the audience may consider the play but a dream, resolve the problematic relations between dreams and waking reality? How does it respond to Theseus’s perspective on theatrical representations? Explain.
3. Hippolyta was an Amazon, women warriors famous in Elizabethan literature for subduing male heroes, practicing infanticide on male offspring, and even murdering husbands to maintain their power. Queen Elizabeth was popularly known as the “Virgin Queen,” a powerful monarch who remained unmarried despite pressure from subjects early in her reign who wanted to see her wedded (perhaps subject to at least one man) and bedded (to produce an heir). Consider the play’s treatment of women, their power, their chastity or sexual behavior etc. Theseus, for example, tells Hermia she may either wed Demetrius, die, or “live a barren sister” (1.1.72) among other chaste women.
4. Tennessee Williams wrote that he originally intended for Blanche to be the most sympathetic character in A Streetcar Named Desire. In a well-reasoned and well-developed essay, argue whether or not he succeeded. Be certain to include a discussion of how Williams manages to create audience sympathy for her or why she ultimately loses that sympathy.
5. In a well-developed essay, explore interactions of the three central characters–Stella, Stanley, and Blanche–in terms of the functioning of the id, ego, and superego. Do the three combine to form a psychologically healthy individual? Why or why not? Be certain to support all of your arguments with direct references to the text.
6. Support, refute, or qualify the thesis that the plot structure and events and the development of the character of Blanche DuBois all support an interpretation of A Streetcar Named Desire as a tragedy.

Assignment 5: For this assignment, in preparation for Documented Research Essay

Assignment 5: For this assignment, in preparation for Documented Research Essay 2, you will find two-three (2-3) scholarly journal articles based on Shakespeare’s Henry V.
Use the Essex County College library’s databases, such as the Literature Online (ProQuest), to search for scholarly journal articles that are: (1) specifically about Henry V; (2) scholarly and peer-reviewed.
Try typing in the title of the play or character and/or author and a major theme as search terms:
EX: Henry V and Shakespeare OR Henry V and Machiavelli
Articles will come up. Read the first page or two to ensure that the articles are relevant to your chosen theme. Write a paragraph or two explaining why you think these articles are relevant to your paper. Did reading the articles make you change your mind about anything? Do you disagree with the articles at any point?
Then, follow the steps in the PDF “Steps to Finding Scholarly Journal Articles Using Literary Databases.” Then, copy and paste the citations onto the page below your paragraph and format them per MLA style (12 pt. font, double-spaced, etc.). See the visual example below.
When you have completed the assignment, save a copy for yourself in an easily accessible place and submit a copy to your instructor using Moodle.

Step 1. Read my sonnet assignment. Watch the video recordings on the sonnets (th

Step 1. Read my sonnet assignment. Watch the video recordings on the sonnets (there are two).


Then answer the prompt
PROMPT:
In your own opinion, does the sonnet sequence as a whole tell a coherent story? If so, what is it? If not, why not? Use evidence from your sonnet (the one you annotated) to back up your answer, but feel free to use other sonnets too. (If you use other sonnets only use the ones in the attachment that says Unit 03) DO not references outside of youtube videos.

Instructions: Choose one of the following topics to write a formal essay. 1. Wit

Instructions: Choose one of
the following topics to write a formal essay.
1. With reference to Ophelia and Gertrude,
analyze the extent to which the female characters in the play are powerful or
powerless.
2. Analyze the recurring role of imagery in
the play. Select from disease imagery, garden imagery or other.
3. For the first half of the play, Hamlet
seems to have the upper hand. Analyze the point in the play where things
turn against him and he loses control of the situation. Explore what
aspects of his character make him behave this way.
You will develop a central thesis, and
write using the formal voice (no personal pronouns, no colloquial language,
etc). Your paper should have an introduction, body paragraphs and a conclusion.
This paper should interpret and analyze, rather than simply summarize elements
of the story. You are expected to use textual evidence to support your
points. You must use proper MLA format, including in-text citations and a
Works Cited page

Here are the basic instructions, please see the files for the complete instructi

Here are the basic instructions, please see the files for the complete instructions.
William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet takes place over the course of only four days, beginning with a street brawl and ending in a tragedy that engulfs both families. Within this short period, characters experience myriad emotions ranging from petty hostility, to romantic love, to unshakeable loyalty. All of these emotions contribute in different ways to the deaths of the two young lovers. In a multi-paragraph essay, explore one emotion that two different characters exhibit. Analyze how this emotion plays a significant role in Romeo and Juliet’s deaths.

Please write about love and measure in Act I of King Lear, considering how these

Please write about love and measure in Act I of King Lear, considering how these qualities align or diverge in the play’s opening scenes. Against Lear’s initial demand for quantified love, Cordelia offers reciprocal love. What is the difference between the nature of the demand and the nature of the response? Why should equity provoke so violent rejection? Is fairness what Lear wants? Is it what Gloucester and his sons want in the following scenes? Would it please us, the audience?
I’m going to add my old essay so the paper can kinda sound like me

Shakespeare’s plays tend toward self-reflexivity; that is, they call attention t

Shakespeare’s plays tend toward self-reflexivity; that is, they call attention to their dramatic status and force us to remember that they are plays, not life. What are we to make of the characters who act as “directors” to these plays, who assign parts, set scenes, and see to it that their onstage audiences are well placed to see or hear what they want them to see or hear? With what authority do they interpret the action that they help present? Are they as fully in control of the action as they think?
and the professor wants an outline for my essay so I would appreciate it
I have my old work so you can make my paper sound like me

you will write a thesis-driven essay that uses literary analysis to support its

you will write a thesis-driven essay that uses literary analysis to support its primary claim. However, for this assignment you will develop your own problem to solve about either Henry V or The Tempest. All of the advice that applied to the second assignment apply to this one: you should focus closely on and unpack the language of whatever text you decide to write about, but you will do so strategically and selectively.
Your problem should arise from some specific, interpretive difficulty in the play. For example: What does Katherine’s English-language lesson in act 3, scene 4 reveal about her character? How does Henry use figurative language in his threats against the French in his response to the ambassador at the end of act 1? What does the character of the Boy in act 4, scene 3 of Henry V add to the play’s depiction of war? Your introductory paragraph should directly state the question/problem to which your thesis is the answer/solution.
Requirements
Your paper should be between 900 and 1,200 words and formatted in MLA style (consult the OWL at Purdue website if you are unfamiliar with MLA style). You should come up with an original title for your paper that reflects the argument of your paper. You should not consult any secondary sources.

Research paper will be 5-7 pages, including the Works Cited page. A minimum of t

Research paper will be 5-7 pages, including the Works Cited page. A
minimum of three secondary sources are required in addition to “Othello”. You will be writing a research paper on one of the following topics on William Shakespeare’s Othello.
What makes Othello a tragic hero?
Make sure to include textual evidence and analyze it.
12 point font
Times New Roman or Ariel typecasting
One-margins all around
Double spaced from beginning to end NOTE DO NOT ADD EXTRA SPACES BETWEEN PARAGRAPHS.
No boldings, no cover page
The paper must follow MLA format, including the Works Cited page
I
posted the pdfs for “Othello” down below, along with 3 secondary
sources you can use. I have the citations for those sources. You can
feel free to find your own sources if you would like but do make sure to
include them