Literature

ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL SUMMARY by: William Shakespeare

      Helena, the vagrant little girl of a renowned doctor, is the ward of the Countess of Rousillon, and pitifully enamored with her child, Count Bertram, who has been sent to the court of the King of France. In spite of her excellence and worth, Helena has no expectation of drawing in Bertram, […]

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JULIUS CAESAR SUMMARY by: William Shakespeare

      Two tribunes, Flavius and Murellus, discover scores of Roman residents meandering the boulevards, dismissing their work with a specific end goal to watch Julius Caesar’s triumphal motorcade: Caesar has crushed the children of the expired Roman general Pompey, his archrival, in fight. The tribunes chide the subjects for relinquishing their obligations and […]

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KING LEAR SUMMARY by: William Shakespeare

Lear, the maturing lord of Britain, chooses to venture down from the position of authority and partition his kingdom equitably among his three little girls. To begin with, be that as it may, he puts his little girls through a test, requesting that each disclose to him the amount she adores him. Goneril and Regan, […]

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Twelfth Night summary by William Shakespeare

In the kingdom of Illyria, an aristocrat named Orsino lies around tuning in to music, pining without end for the love of Lady Olivia. He can’t have her since she is in grieving for her dead sibling and declines to engage any recommendations of marriage. Then, off the drift, a tempest has caused a frightful […]

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream summary by William Shakespeare

Theseus, duke of Athens, is getting ready for his marriage to Hippolyta, ruler of the Amazons, with a four-day celebration of ceremony and diversion. He commissions his Master of the Revels, Philostrate, to discover appropriate entertainments for the event. Egeus, an Athenian aristocrat, walks into Theseus’ court with his little girl, Hermia, and two young […]

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The Tempest Summary by William Shakespeare

     The Tempest opens amidst a tempest, as a ship containing the ruler of Naples and his gathering battles to remain above water. Ashore, Prospero and his little girl, Miranda, watch the tempest encompass the ship. Prospero has made the tempest with enchantment, and he clarifies that his foes are ready the ship. The […]

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Othello Summary by William Shakespeare

On a peaceful night in Venice, Iago, ensign to the Moorish general, Othello, enrolls the guide of Roderigo in his plot against Othello. Iago furtively despises Othello and tells Roderigo, a rejected suitor to Desdemona, that she has absconded with the Moor. After this disclosure, Roderigo and Iago stir Brabantio, Desdemona’s dad, with news that […]

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Hamlet summary by William Shakespeare

            Something is out of order in Denmark – for two progressive evenings, the midnight monitor has seen the presence of the apparition of Old Hamlet, the previous King of Denmark who has as of late kicked the bucket. The gatekeepers present to Horatio, an educated researcher and companion of […]

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Romeo and Juliet Summary by William Shakespeare

In the street of Verona another fight breaks out between the hirelings of the quarrelling honourable groups of Capulet and Montague. Benvolio, a Montague, endeavors to stop the battling; however is himself entangled when the rash Capulet, Tybalt, lands on the scene. After nationals shocked by the consistent viciousness beat back the warring groups, Prince […]

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Facts about Monkeys

1. Two out of three gatherings of simian primates are monkeys, which are Old World Monkeys and New World Monkeys. Chimps is the other gathering. 2. To impart, monkeys utilize outward appearances, vocalizations and body developments. 3. Chimps and arachnid monkeys swing arm-to-arm in trees, rest of the monkeys don’t, they keep running crosswise over […]

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