Why should you live if it isn’t worth it? Why should you live in a world of struggle and misery when you could easily die and forget your worries? Hamlet poses these questions in Shakespeare’s famous soliloquy “To be or not to be.” Perhaps Shakespeare’s most mature literary work, he develops Hamlet as a mature young man that goes beyond common thought to explain his reality. Continue reading
I chose to create a fiery flame popping out of a heart of ice to showcase how even the speaker’s fiery and passionate love cannot break through the heart of his unrequited lover.
The Squire is the son of the knight mentioned in “The Canterbury Tales”. He is a carefree individual that adores the arts and music.
The is the scene when Beowulf beheads Grendel with the magic sword after killing the mother.