Project #50193 - William Shakespeare

Your research paper should be a minimum of 4 full pages and a maximum of 6 pages This does

NOT include the APA formatted title page and the APA reference page. Your paper will be in this order:

Please remember to include an APA formatted title page as the first page of your paper and an APA

reference page as the last part of your paper. The body of your paper will be a minimum of 4 full pages

and a maximum of 6 pages! DO NOT INCLUDE AN ABSTRACT.

Secondary Sources: Your research paper should discuss and cite a minimum of 5 but not more than 8

Secondary, scholarly sources obtained through academic databases of the university. I suggest that you Start with ESBSCO and ProQuest.


Manuscript format and length: Your paper will need to follow APA format/manuscript guidelines. You will

need a title page and a reference page (Do NOT include an abstract). Be sure to follow APA manuscript

guidelines regarding font style and size, spacing, margins, etc.

Documentation and avoiding plagiarism: Your paper should follow APA documentation guidelines in order

to avoid unintentional plagiarism. Remember that whenever you use a scholar’s words or ideas, they must be

Documented in your paper; otherwise, you are plagiarizing. Please document references to the



Here are some of the choice titiles:


:ï‚· A father/daughter relationship in one Shakespeare play

ï‚· A father/son or mother/son relationship in one Shakespeare play

ï‚· The role of magic in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Tempest

ï‚· The role of the play-within-the-play to the main play in A Midsummer Night’s Dream

ï‚· The making of a good leader in one Shakespearean play

ï‚· The failure of leadership in one Shakespearean play

ï‚· The roles that a particular character serves in a play (e.g, Kent, Bottom, York, Ariel)’

ï‚· The treatment of women in two plays (A Midsummer Night’s Dream vs. The Tempest; A Midsummer

Night’s Dream vs. King Lear; Richard II vs. Othello)

ï‚· A character study (Othello, King Lear, Edmund, Hermia, Helena, Richard II, Henry Bolingbroke,

Miranda, Prospero)

ï‚· Importance of setting to meaning (A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Othello; The Tempest)  

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 12/05/2014 12:00 am
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