Research Paper On Queen Elizabeth 1
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Queen Elizabeth I and Her Survival Tool of Religion
This 8 page report discusses the ways in which Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603) used religion as her tool for engineering her survival and to safeguard her role as monarch. Under the leadership and the strong reign of Elizabeth, England increased its political power and made many cultural achievements. Elizabeth, even by modern standards, was a brilliant politician. Her manipulations were never without purpose or focus. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Queen Elizabeth and Richard the Third
King Richard the Third is known
historically as well as through the plays of William Shakespeare to be a
notoriously evil man who seeks power above all else and lets nothing or
no-one stand in his way. This 5 page paper presents the argument that
Queen Elizabeth is one of the few characters that meets Richard on his
own ground, without fear or complacency and manages to outwit him. No
additional sources are listed.
Comparative Analysis of Phaedra and Jocasta
A 5 page comparison of character and suicide between Queen Jocasta (Oedipus the King) and Queen Phaedra (Hippolytus). The writer argues that in both instances, the Queen was a lovelorn woman; deeply frustrated and in the end, completely desperate. Jocasta's death, however, was more sudden and rash when compared with the suicide of Phaedra who had accumulated such tendencies throughout the progression of her story. No Bibliography.