Drama paper will be a comparison/contrast of “Hamlet” and “Proof”

Your final drama paper will be a comparison/contrast of “Hamlet” and “Proof” following the outline below. The essay will be at least 5 paragraphs and 3-4 pages.

Drama paper will be a comparison/contrast of “Hamlet” and “Proof”

Drama Paper
Your final drama paper will be a comparison/contrast of “Hamlet” and “Proof” following the outline below. The essay will be at least 5 paragraphs and 3-4 pages. Also, No outside sources are permitted, or the grade will be a zero; plagiarized papers receive A zero, so just don’t do it. Lastly, You may use and cite discussion posts as always.

I. Introduction:

In the beginning of “Hamlet” and “Proof,” the protagonists communicate with their deceased fathers. Compare/contrast the plot movement purposes behind Hamlet’s and Catherine’s communication with their deceased fathers. Plot movement is the action/what happens in the play. How does each protagonist’s conversation with his/her ghost father move the plot/action of the play? Compare and contrast similarities or differences in the purpose of each ghost’s visit. (Are there any similarities or differences in the purpose of each ghost’s visit? Hint: if there aren’t any similarities, examine the differences.)

Use at least one quotation from each play in intro paragraph!

II. Body:

A. Compare/contrast the roles of 2 of the primary antagonists in each play in the major obstacles/conflicts Hamlet and Catherine face. This means to write about how 2 antagonists from each play cause problems for the protagonist in each play. (Are there any similarities or differences? Hint: if there aren’t any similarities, examine the differences.)

B. Additionally, Compare/contrast the primary romantic interest of each protagonist and its effect on the plot of the play.

C. Compare and contrast the notion that either protagonist from “Hamlet” or “Proof” is mentally unstable.

Use at least one quotation from each play in each body paragraph!

III. Conclusion:

Lastly, Compare/contrast the end of each play. In the end, what is the theme of each play? State the theme of each play as the major lesson learned about life from the play’s conclusion.

*Quotations are not necessary in the conclusion.

A

Posted in Uncategorized

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes:

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>