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    Masters Thesis
    Righteous, Aimee
    After dissecting the dichotomy established through the opening monologues and examining the rhetoric behind the characters’ diction, the third chapter of my thesis presents a close reading of selected passages, which present the facts of Maria’s situa . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    Stock Stotler, Darlene
    A study of equivocation will yield that this practice commanded a vast amount of attention during the Renaissance, the time period of 1450-1600, in which Jesuitical equivocation was an ongoing phenomenon. The practice became part of the Renaissance er . . .
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    Abbassi, Susan
    In the play of Othello, Shakespeare perfectly explores the issue of racial tension that existed in the Elizabethan era. Othello, a loyal soldier and the protagonist of the play, appears as an outsider in Venice because of his dark skin; he is repeated . . .
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    Dixon, Deborah Kay
    This thesis defines the character and function of the wise fool in Shakespearean drama. The opening chapter traces the major historical and literary conventions and functions on which Shakespeare was able to draw in order to create his fool characters . . .
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    Whitaker, Jacob Daniel
    For the bulk of my project, I will be using the Oxford English Dictionary to single out words recorded for the first time in three plays (Hamlet, King Lear, and The Tempest). The tragedies, Hamlet and King Lear, were chosen for their high levels of em . . .
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    Ganger, Cody
    There seems to be a general resistance to humanizing or analyzing the motivations and inner lives of these “evil” women. In my opinion, if Shakespeare wrote such a fully developed character in Cordelia, who only appears alive in four scenes of the pla . . .