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Reviewed by Lee Gooden May 10, This article is not an endorsement, but a review. The author of this book provided free copies of the book and paid a small fee to have their book reviewed by a professional reviewer. Foreword Reviews and Clarion Reviews make no guarantee that the author will receive a positive review. One of my favourite speeches in the play is found in Act I, Sc. Speak to me home. Mince not the general tongue. Name Cleopatra as she is called in Rome. Oh, then we bring forth weeds When our quick minds lie still, and our ills told us Is as our earing.

I love that wording: I have always taken it as a reminder not to stop learning, not to stop exploring, not to stop discovering things anew. The deaths of the two protagonists seem small compared to the world-shaking events that they ushered in, almost petty in comparison.

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Yet they dominate the story, the microcosm over the macrocosm. The breaking of so great a thing should make A greater crack. The round world Should have shook lions into civil streets And citizens to their dens.

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The death of Antony Is not a single doom. In the name lay A moiety of the world. He drags himself to Cleopatra for a last kiss and she is reluctant, even imperious, not even bending over his body to grant him that last request: How do you, women?

Why, how now, Charmian! Good sirs, take heart: This case of that huge spirit now is cold: Just before she takes up the asp to her breast, she says to her attendants:. Give me my robe, put on my crown; I have Immortal longings in me: Yare, yare, good Iras; quick. Polonius Hamlet Acting as a spy for King Claudius, Polonius hides behind a curtain in Gertrude's chamber to listen to her conversation with Hamlet. Hearing a noise, Hamlet stabs through the curtain and kills the old eavesdropper. Emilia Othello Emilia is stabbed by her husband, Iago, when she reveals his role in the plot against Desdemona and Cassio.

Lavinia Titus Andronicus After being raped and mutilated by Tamora's two sons, Chiron and Demetrius, Lavinia is murdered by her own father, Titus, to spare her further shame.


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Gertrude Hamlet The Queen drinks from the poisoned chalice of wine intended for Hamlet. She dies exclaiming, "The drink, the drink!

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I am poison'd" 5. Claudius Hamlet Hamlet stabs Claudius with the poisoned rapier and then forces him to drink from the poisoned goblet. Tamora Titus Andronicus Tamora is stabbed to death with a butcher's knife by her arch nemesis, Titus Andronicus, at the gruesome dinner party arranged for the Emperor. Assassination and Execution There is no sure foundation set on blood, No certain life achieved by other's death.

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Hebenon is a folk name for Henbane, the expressed juice of the fresh plant, Hyoscyamus niger. The death of Hamlet's father was inspired by a real event in , when the Duke of Urbino was killed by a poisoned lotion rubbed into his ears by his barber. One night as he awakens from a terrifying nightmare, two henchmen sent by Richard burst into his cell.

Clarence pleads for his life but one of the assassins stabs him. To ensure Clarence is dead, the first murderer drowns him in a "malmsey-butt", a cask of sweet wine also containing the severed heads of two hogs. Contemplating remarks made by Bolingbroke, a nobleman named Exton mistakenly believes that Bolingbroke desires Richard dead, and he takes his henchmen to Richard's cell and kills him. Coriolanus Coriolanus A group of merciless conspirators, spurred on by the leader of the Volscians, Aufidius, surround and stab Coriolanus in the play's final scene.

Julius Caesar Julius Caesar Conspirators fearing a return to tyranny close in on Caesar and stab him to death. Aaron Titus Andronicus Aaron, sentenced to death by the new emperor, Lucius, is to be buried up to his neck in the sand and starved to death. Killed in Combat I have no words; My voice is in my sword. Enraged that Romeo will not defend his honor, Mercutio challenges Tybalt to a duel.

Romeo attempts to separate the two, but Tybalt fatally wounds Mercutio.