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The document discusses arguments over the identification of an author named Tourneur who wrote a prose "Character" of the late Robert Cecil, First Earl of Salisbury upon his death.
The article analyzes the character of Dogberry in Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing." The author discusses the character's impact on the plot of the play and the significance of his actions.
The materials include several documents regarding Shakespeare's character of Fallstaff, such as the significance behind the character, how he affects the play and the historical background that inspired the character.
The documents contain notes on Shakespeare's The Tempest, including The probable source of the play, the central ideas woven within the story, examinations on the major and minor characters found in the play and the impact they have on the plot, as well as the different situations that the characters go through.
The documents contain notes and essays regarding Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida, including examining the different stories presented within the play, Shakespeare’s portrayals of his various characters, specifically Ajax, and a connection between Shakespeare’s tale and a similar one of Chaucer's.
The materials include various articles about Shakespeare's characters and the imagery behind them. Two documents focus their analysis on the female characters of some of his plays. A couple of the items are in german, one of which concentrates on Shakespeares' female characters and the other one is a speech to the king.
The document draws a connection between Shakespeare’s character of Julius Caesar and Woodrow Wilson and lists similarities and differences seen between the two men's lives.
The materials include an article comparing the character of Julius Caesar in Shakespeares' show and Voltaires play.
The materials include an essay describing the character of Cleopatra in Shakespeare's play, Antony and Cleopatra, and how she develops throughout the show and what those changes represent.
The materials include an article discussing Shakespeare's characters that were counsellors of state, including who they were, how they typically behaved and, how they affected the overall story of the play.