Michael Cassio

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  • Othello Rhetorical Analysis

    Desdemona and Cassio. Iago uses logos to trick Othello into thinking that Desdemona is cheating on him.Iago’s plan is to talk to Cassio about Bianca and make fun of her so when Cassio will laugh about Bianca, Othello will become enraged because he will think they are talking about Desdemona.This will make Iago…

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  • Answers To The Count Of Monte Cristo

    - If I said that you are welcome, you might be encouraged to stay. (An unfavourable response may succeed your good intentions/ intend to stay/ stay unbidden/ unwelcome intention/ undesirable) -Debray was defending himself like a man who asks nothing better than to be defeated. {Alexandre Dumas, the Count of Monte Cristo} (An artifice or trick in war for deceiving and outwitting the enemy/ a cleverly contrived trick or scheme for gaining an end/not his best defence/a stratagem/ trick/ ruse/…

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  • The Consequences Of Blame In Romeo And Juliet

    Blame is something many people turn towards when they do not want to admit they were the cause of it so they, assign the blame to anyone they want to. People easily will fall back on blaming others because it allows them to continue to keep up the “good reputation” they believe they have and it is something they will utilize to remove any emotions that came from them to have the urge to blame someone else. In the play Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare it shows the exact representation of someone…

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  • The Crucible By Arthur Miller Character Analysis

    Thomas Putnam’s trenchant characterization is seen throughout the play as an adversary to many of the townspeople. Putnam is clearly descripted as “vindictive” and “a man with many grievances” (Miller 14). Arthur Miller enjoys bluntly describing his characters for the benefit of the onlooker who can perceive as Arthur Miller wants them to. Other characters are also illustrated so candidly, for instance, Reverend Parris is alluded to being a selfish man throughout the play an example at the end…

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  • Hamlet Madness Analysis

    Throughout Shakespeare's play, Hamlet, multiple characters descend into a state of madness. Many hindrances and traumatic experiences cause Hamlet to reach this state of unbalanced psyche. This inner turmoil drives Hamlet to action and lets him make sense of his emotions. No longer caring to maintain the social norms, Hamlet is able to follow his true desires and enact them. Therefore, he becomes progressively outspoken as the story continues. Emily Dickinson stated “Much madness is divinest…

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  • The Concept Of Nemesis In Romeo And Juliet

    Alexis Slide 2: Who is Nemesis? Well, Nemesis is the greek god of retribution and indignation (meaning punishment inflicted on someone as vengeance for a criminal act and anger provoked by unfair treatment respectively) Sachin Slide 3: How can we apply the concept of Nemesis to the play Romeo and Juliet? Romeo and Juliet is known as a tragic love story of two lovers known as Romeo and Juliet. Since Nemesis is particularly involved involved in love matters in greek myths, the concept applies…

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  • Analysis Of Red Ghazal By Aimee Nezhukumatatkil

    Red is Real The color red is associated with many emotions and feelings. If one was “to see red” they would be extremely angry. In the weeks before the holiday, “Valentine’s Day”, stores and shops are strewn with red hearts and red roses to advertise the day of “love and passion”. It also stands for ideas such as violence and blood, strength and energy, and fire and danger. The color evokes many emotions and is why “Red Ghazal” by Aimee Nezhukumatatkil evokes a profound amount of feeling…

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  • Argumentative Essay About Paparazzi

    They say that fame has a price but is giving away your privacy and having people photograph your every move worth being famous? From flying paparazzi drones to harassment the life of a celebrity seems to be portrayed as glamour. As the brilliant Anthony Liccione said “ Gain fame, and the paparazzi or media waits and watches for them to slip, just to shame their name.” Paparazzi are blood thirsty animals ready to snap a photo of a celebrity in the wrong place at the wrong time just to ruin…

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  • Tragedy And Comedy In Lysistrata By Aristophanes

    From the very beginning, tragedy and comedy are set apart from each other by how they approach existence. Comedy, according to Cicero, is ‘the imitation of life’(Donatus 22); it is steeped in realism. It focuses on the probabilities of a situation because it aims to base itself on real life as much as it can. It shows us a reflection of the real world, and thus it should read like a mirror image to us. Generally speaking, comedy does not intend to aim particularly high in its design. Instead it…

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  • Historical-Cultural Criticism In William Shakespeare's Othello

    Cultural criticism is exploring or examining the relationship of dominant role based on ethnicity, and sexual identity of person, also a great understanding of yourself. Historical is basically know the background story before you making assumptions off the text, and to better understand text lookup time period close to the time like 1600’s for Othello by William Shakespeare. To sum up the whole play Othello, in act one Othello is Accused of using black magic, witchcraft, and etc on Desdemona…

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