Caleigh Fisher

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While the original Lion King movie was based on “Hamlet,” The Lion King 1 1/2 film clearly takes its inspiration from the play “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead” which features the events of “Hamlet” through the eyes of two minor characters.

While the original Lion King movie was based on “Hamlet,” The Lion King 1 film clearly takes its inspiration from the play “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead” which features the events of “Hamlet” through the eyes of two minor characters.

Do you want to play questions? - YouTube Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead Gary Oldman and TIm Roth

Do you want to play questions? From Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. True gem of a movie.

inadvertent: done accidentally or without intention. (the game of questions they play with hamlet in which he murders them)  Act 2: Inside rosencrantz' head, well i dont know whats going on in there. throughout the whole play he seems to be following whatever guildenstern says. he is completely lost during their game of questions and it takes him awhile to catch on.

Gary Oldman and Tim Roth in "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead" (Tom Stoppard) 1990

Coxswain: the person in charge of a boat (small ship)  Act 3: Guil: you can't not BE on a boat. Ros: I've frequently not been on boats. Guil: no what you've BEEN is not on boats  Ros has forgotten that it was he who first said that perhaps death was a boat. him and guil are arguing about whether or not they are dead (interpreted from text). his short term memory loss provides comic relief from the fact that they are, well, dead.

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead - Tom Stoppard

this quote reflects on nelly's first impressions of heathcliff. he is a gypsy, and she regards it as lower class. this is evident in how she calls him and it. Now one may wonder as to why mr. earnshaw has brought him home, i believe mr earnshaw had another wife who had died and he had gone to collect heathcliff... *plot twist*

this quote reflects on nelly's first impressions of heathcliff. he is a gypsy, and she regards it as lower class. this is evident in how she calls him and it. Now one may wonder as to why mr. earnshaw has brought him home, i believe mr earnshaw had another wife who had died and he had gone to collect heathcliff... *plot twist*

character relationships in Wuthering Heights

Reading Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights in the winter was every bit as tantalizing as reading the world's greatest novel.

The choice between Edgar Linton and Healthcliff, is really the choice between nature and culture, passion and refinement. Catherine Earnshaw, the heroine of the novel, chooses Linton, but the choice ultimately leads to her demise. Although, Heathcliff is rough, verbally abusive and just plain awful, he has one redeeming feature--how much he loves Catherine. this love eventually drives him mad with vengeance and spurs his actions.

Catherine Earnshaw's choice between Edgar Linton and Healthcliff, is really the choice between nature and culture, passion and refinement.

cathy recounts her many years alone without heathcliff. and now that she is sick and dying he has returned. she lost him, and now he's losing her.

cathy recounts her many years alone without heathcliff. and now that she is sick and dying he has returned. she lost him, and now he's losing her.

heathcliff's feelings of emotion summed up in the last line "sometimes i think your true passion is hate rather than love"

heathcliff's feelings of emotion summed up in the last line "sometimes i think your true passion is hate rather than love"