Watch Hamlet's soliloquy in the scene where he considers and almost follows through with killing Claudius to seek revenge for his father's murder. Details »
Understand that the Player’s speech in Act Two, scene two of Hamlet is Priam’s story and is based on Aeneus talking about the fall of Troy in Book II of The Aeniad. See how this scene sets the stage for Hamlet's attempt to kill Claudius. Details »
Reflect on Anne Frank’s diary, both as a literary classic and as a rich and illuminating first-person account of life in hiding during World War II. Examine the themes of prejudice, hate, hope, courage and heroism that suffuse the diary. Details »
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Delve into works by authors Maurice Sendak, Ralph Ellison, Katherine Porter and F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Explore the Elizabethan era as it relates to William Shakespeare's plays and sonnets.