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Papers On Measure For Measure
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'Measure For Measure' / Controlling Women
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This 7 page paper analyzes Shakespeare's play. The prevailing thesis is the avoidance and control of "mother" through the control of women. The writer demonstrates how all male characters, especially the Duke, control women and thus the mother figure or image throughout the text. Specific citations are offered in support of the thesis. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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'Measure For Measure,' Act 2, Scene 4
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In 3 pages, the author analyzes in detail the soliloquy of Isabella when she is speaking to Angelo in Act 2, Scene 4 of "Measure for Measure" by William Shakespeare. The importance of the lines in relation to the theme of the play, and the imagery are discussed. No additional sources cited.
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ANGELO: SHAKESPEARE’S MEASURE FOR MEASURE
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This 3 page paper analyzes the character of the villain, Angelo in Shakespeare's Measure for Measure. Quotes cited from the text. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: MBangelo.rtf

Comparative Analysis of William Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure” and “The Tempest”
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A 3 page paper which examines the message of forgiveness and mercy in these two plays. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TGmmtemp.rtf

Eavesdropping and Spying in Shakespeare:
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This 4 page paper illustrates the ways in which Shakespeare uses spying and eavesdropping in "Othello", "Hamlet", and "Measure for Measure". This paper explores the significance of spying and eavesdropping in these plays and how the audience is served by this literary technique. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: GSSpying.rtf

ISABELLA IN SHAKESPEARE’S MEASURE FOR MEASURE
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This 3 page paper discusses the character of Isabella in Shakespeare's play, Measure for Measure. Bibliography lists 0 sources.
Filename: MBisbella.rtf

Justice in William Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure” and “King Lear”
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A 5 page paper which considers the fairness of systems of punishment administered by fallible magistrates, discusses how these plays engaged contradictions between justice as an ideal and justice as a set of procedures for enforcement of a legal code, how Shakespeare’s treatment of the theme shapes both plays, and whether or not the nature of the critique is different in a comedy than in a tragedy. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TGmmlear.rtf

Measure For Measure/A Feminist View
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A 7 page essay that discusses this Shakespearean work from a feminist perspective. Shakespeare's Elizabethan era was characterized by an "oppressive patriarchal culture," yet within this society, there are existed contradictions, "pressure point," so to speak, where there were "opportunities for resistance" (Findlay 7). This is the theoretical position taken by Alison Findlay in her text A Feminist Perspective on Renaissance Drama (1999). Using Findlay's feminist position, it possible to interpret Shakespeare's manipulation of the trope of virginity in Measure For Measure as offering a feminist perspective. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: khmfmsh.rtf

Minor Characters in “Measure for Measure”
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A six page paper looking at Shakespeare’s play in terms of the way its minor characters -- both those in the main plot and those in the subplot -- support and develop the theme of the play. The paper concludes that in “Measure for Measure,” the ensemble structure allows the audience to discern the real protagonist of this play -- the morally-bankrupt society of Vienna itself. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KBmeasur.rtf

Shakespeare and Whetstone
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An 8 page paper which compares and contrasts Shakespeare's "Measure for Measure" and George Whetstone's "Promos and Cassandra." The paper focuses on what Shakespeare did differently, and how those differences impacted the work of Shakespeare in "Measure for Measure." Bibliography lists 4 additional sources.
Filename: RAmeasre.rtf

Shakespeare's 'Measure for Measure' / Sexual Self-discipline
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A 5 page paper examining this issue in Shakespeare's play. The paper concludes that a person who sets standards of good conduct and then goes out into the world to live up to them is esteemed more highly than someone with the same good intentions who never has to make the hard choices in life. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Sexmeas.wps

Shakespeare/Justice in Measure for Measure
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A 5 page research paper that analyzes the theme of justice in Measure for Measure, which revolves around this issue. Also, the writer argues that the plot to Measure for Measure is best understood in its historical context in the reign of King James. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: khmform.rtf

The Relationship between Law and Nature in Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure”
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the relationship between law and nature in Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure”. William Shakespeare’s play “Measure for Measure” examines the constantly shifting relationship between law and nature within the setting of Vienna. The law that no man must lay with a woman who is not his wife had long been established yet not enforced until Angelo the Lord Deputy decides to sentence Claudio, a young gentleman for impregnating his lover. Claudio shifts the relationships between nature and law, and natural law several times in his arguments to save his life. He sees man’s laws as flexible and man’s nature as virtuous. At the same time, Claudio views death and nature as lawless; which terrifies him. Angelo, on the other hand, has little sense of the natural lust and love which can occur in man and has little problem applying the law forbidding such encounters. After meeting Isabella however, Claudio’s virtuous sister, Angelo’s faith in the law alters as he readily breaks the law he is so willing to enforce on others. Isabella is virtuous and sees sinning as against natural law and devises ways in which she can save her virtue, condemn Angelo for his own lawlessness and sin while at the same time saving her brother. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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