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Boccaccio's Depiction of The Plague vs. Today's Treatment of AIDS Victims :
A 4 page comparison between the social problem described in the opening of Boccaccio's "Decameron" and the present-day AIDS dilemma. The writer describes how individuals affected with the Black Plague were treated very much like contemporary AIDS victims in terms of their alienation from society. AIDS is also regarded as being a somewhat different epidemic as it mostly affects only certain high-risk groups whereas the Plague could strike anyone, anywhere, at any time -- and no one knew why. No Bibliography. Plagauds.wps

Boccaccio’s "Decameron": A 3 page essay that examines how the ribald tales of Giovanni Boccaccio in his fourteenth century book, The Decameron, reflected the changing social structure brought about by the Black Death and also foreshadowed the intellectual freedom which would develop as part of the Renaissance. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Decameron.wps

Castiglione's "The Courtier" and Neoplatonic Beauty During the Renaissance :
A 6 page paper on this landmark work in Renaissance literature and the art that shared its aesthetic goals. The writer details Castiglione's view of Neoplatonic beauty, and then relates it specifically to the works of two Renaissance artists, Michelangelo and Leonardo da vinci. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Castig.wps

Dante's "Inferno" : A 2 page discussion of Canto V in Dante's "Inferno." Please call for more information. No bibliography. Danteinf.wps

Dante’s "Inferno" / The Characterization Of Dante In His Own Divine Comedy :  A 6 page paper dealing with the question of why Dante chose to use himself as the protagonist, and shows how the four levels of meaning in the story all come together in the characterization of Dante. Bibliography lists five sources. Divinec.wps

Dante’s "Inferno" / The Divine Comedy -- Characterization Of Beatrice : 
A 6 page paper discussing the most famous epic poem of the Middle Ages, The Divine Comedy by Dante. The paper answers the question of why Dante chose to use his departed beloved as the central female figure of the poem, and shows how the four levels of meaning in the story all come together in the characterization of Beatrice. Bibliography lists five sources. Divine.wps

Dante’s "Divine Comedy" vs. Chaucer’s "Canterbury Tales"/ Evil : An 8 page paper analyzing the way evil is portrayed in The Canterbury Tales and The Divine Comedy. The paper concludes that whereas Dante sees evil as being a catastrophic impediment toward man’s attainment of the divine -- and thus something to be taken very, very seriously -- Chaucer sees its human manifestations in what we would actually consider a more "modern" sense: as irony. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Evildc.wps

Dante & The Bible -- Temptation & God’s Directive : A 5 page paper that provides a creative look at the issues of temptation and action against the directive of God as these themes are represented in a number of famous works, including the Bible and Dante’s Divine Comedy. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Tempgod.wps

Dante’s "Inferno" / Theme Of Betrayal : A 5 page paper looking at Cantos 31, 32, and 34. The paper analyzes The Inferno in terms of imagery, characterization, and theme, with a particular look at Dante’s horror of betrayal. Bibliography lists one source. Dante4.wps

Dante’s "Inferno" / Canto III Analyzed : This 15 page research paper examines the pivotal Canto III of the "Inferno" by Italian poet Dante Alighieri. Specific passages are analyzed, with the position that this medieval allegory laid the foundation for Christian conservative groups such as the New England Puritans, and questions whether or not theirs was a forgiving God. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Cantoin.wps

Dante’s "Inferno"/ Canto XII Analyzed : This 6 research paper analyzes the punishment of the tyrants and murderers in the seventh circle, where the punishment of violent sinners takes place. Specifically discussed is why the crime of murder is considered less of a sin according to Dante’s ascending circles to Hell than it is perceived today. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Cantoxii.wps

Dante's "Inferno" --Applied Essay / Hell in the Twentieth Century : A 5 page speculative paper updating Dante’s Divine Comedy to the twentieth century, and choosing three 20th well-known century figures to represent each of three of Dante’s levels of Hell -- Incontinence, Violence, and Fraud. The paper also assigns an appropriate punishment to each, based on the sin committed. No sources except book. Dante.wps

Dante’s "Inferno" / Cantos I - XI : 8 pages in length. Broken down into sections, the writer reviews & analyzes each of The Inferno’s first 11 cantos. Dant11.wps

Dante’s "Inferno" / Cantos XIII - XXIV : 8 pages in length. Broken down into sections, the writer reviews & analyzes Inferno, Cantos 11-24. Dant24.wps

Dante’s "Inferno" / Applications to Life : This 8 page paper discusses how Dante's The Inferno depicts real life specific to the recovering alcoholic. It compares the process of admitting to alcoholism, deciding to journey outside the boundaries of the familiar, confronting the beasts of a previous lifestyle, choosing a guide, giving their life and will over to a power greater then themselves and making the journey of honest and fearless self-examination with the story of Dante's journey through the Inferno with the help and guidance of Virgil.Bibliography lists 2 sources. Infelife.wps

Dante’s "Inferno" / Role of Women : A 2 page paper looking at the fact that women’s sins as depicted by Dante tend to be overwhelmingly of a sexual nature as compared to men’s. The paper concludes that this may be because women in Dante’s time were considered to have a limited sphere of influence, and their role was seen as primarily procreative. Bibliography lists 1 source. Womndant.wps

Dante's Inferno and Plato's "Symposium" : A 4 page paper about these two masterpieces. The writer explores the issue of love, and what that means to each of these 2 writers. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Infplato.wps

Comparison of Dante from "Inferno" and King Lear from Shakespeare's "King Lear" : In 5 pages the author discusses the similarities and differences between Dante and King Lear. "'King Lear' is a tragedy that was written by William Shakespeare. 'Inferno' is part one of a three-part story, which was written by Dante Alighieri. Although both stories are tragedies and contain great suffering, Dante is without a doubt the stronger of the two characters. The men share a commonality of fate stepping in and deciding their actions for them. Dante's fate, however was a much better one than Lear's was. Dante thought himself unworthy and Lear thought himself great. They were both wrong. Both men had eye-opening experiences. In Lear's case, it was too late." Dantlear.wps

Dante’s "Marie de France" & The Character’s Belief That God Is On Her Side :
A 3 page essay discussing Marie de France and her lover’s passion and her assertion that God must be on their side. The writer illustrates how this attitude expresses the conflict between love and "Christian values" in the story. No additional sources cited. Mariede.wps

Machiavelli / The Role Of Evil In Politics : A 5 page research paper which analyses the political philosophy of 15th-century writer Niccolo Machiavelli. The writer takes the stance that Machiavelli’s techniques which justify the use of evil in politics are wrong. Although the use of evil make help a leader obtain and retain power for awhile, the writer argues that ultimately this method will fail. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Evilpoli.wps

Machiavelli’s "The Prince" : This 5 page paper discusses The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli. Examples of Machiavellian monarchies are noted as the writer interprets the political meaning of Machiavelli’s writing. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Prince.wps

Machiavelli's "The Prince"/ Gaining Esteem : 7 pages in length. An analytical examination of this classic work in political theory. The writer pays particular attention to Chapter XXI in which Machiavelli discusses how The Prince will gain great esteem if he engages successfully in important enterprises. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Machiav2.wps

Machiavelli's "The Prince" / Virtue : A 5 page essay exploring the virtues and vices of Machiavelli's story. The writer argues that the critics of his work that proclaim his evil are not looking at the big picture, but only its outcome. Arguments: Machiavelli's purpose in writing the document and where he places emphasis in the document and how this is ignored by critics. Bibliography lists 4 sources. (The Prince primarily). Princem.wps

Machiavelli's "The Prince" / Concept Of Leadership : A 9 page paper that provides an overview of the basic leadership concepts supported in Machiavelli's The Prince, and then suggest comparisons with leaders of recent times. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Machi.wps

Machiavelli's "The Prince" / Perfect Ruler : A 5 page paper that considers the elements of rulership presented in Machiavelli's The Prince and demonstrates the contradictions between what a ruler should present and what a ruler should embrace. No additional sources cited. Machperf.wps

Machiavelli’s "The Prince" / Use Of History : A 6 page paper discussing the use of history in Machiavelli's The Prince. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Machhist.wps

Political Leadership According to Plato and Machiavelli : A 5 page paper discussing bot the similarities and differences between Plato and Machiavelli’s views of political leadership. Bibliography lists "The Prince" by Machiavelli and "The Republic" by Plato as sources. Plrpine.wps

Principles From Machiavelli’s "The Prince" / Applied To The French Revolution : A 6 page essay that uses looks to Machiavelli’s book for the a further understanding of the events of the Revolution. Prinfren.wps

Machiavelli's "The Prince" vs. Shakespeare's "Othello" : 7 pages in length. A comparative analysis between Machievelli's "The Prince" and Shakespeare's "Othello" in which the writer examines each work in light of their respective eras and sociocultural issues. It is concluded that in "Othello," the author seems to cry out for a different kind of sovereignty than in "The Prince." Bibliography lists 3 sources. Prinothe.wps

"Hamlet" vs. "The Prince" / The Dane & The Italian : A 5 page paper comparing Machiavelli’s "Prince" and Shakespeare’s "Prince Hamlet." The writer feels that both works represented important changing points in world culture. No additional sources cited. 2princes.doc

Machiavelli’s Influence in Shakespeare’s Henry VI : A 20 page paper looking at the way sixteenth-century Florentine politician Niccolo Machiavelli influenced Shakespeare’s characterization of the inept ruler in his three Henry VI plays (parts I, II, and III.) The paper shows areas in which Shakespeare’s idea of "statesmanship" resembled Machiavelli’s, as well as where it differed. Bibliography lists six sources. Henrymach.wps

Nobility in Medieval Literature : A 5 page paper describing the role of nobility in the Middle Ages. The writer uses Dante's Inferno as a primary source, and describes how Dante presented the noble class. Bibliography cites four sources. Inferno.wps

The Psychology Of Luigi Pirandello : A 14 page comparison of two of Pirandello’s plays, Finding One’s Self and When One is Somebody, writen from the perspective of the psychology the author used in the plays. Author of far more short stories than plays and also a novelist, Pirandello also won the Nobel Prize in 1934. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Luigi.wps

Petrarch / The Frontiers of Two Peoples : A 9 page paper positioning Petrarch as a transition figure between medieval and Renaissance, but ultimately one whose conclusions about existence are firmly grounded in medieval thought. The paper focuses on Petrarch’s literary criticism and letters, particularly the "Letter to Posterity" and "The Ascent of Mt. Ventoux", and is both historical and literary in orientation. Bibliography lists five sources. Petrarch.wps

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