Shakespeare Study Guide Links
Romeo and Juliet - Is there anyone alive who hasn't been forced to read this in high school by a teacher who thinks there is nothing more important in your life than the balcony scene? Get a leg up with the Romeo and Juliet study guide. The study guide contains a scene by scene summary of the play, important quotes, five major themes, an analysis of each character, and a sample practice quiz. There are also great Romeo and Juliet lesson plans you can give to your teacher so your class isn't so boring.
Julius Caesar - Find out what motivates Brutus, why Julius Caesar gets killed, and what Marc Antony does about it with the Julius Caesar study guide. Preview the play with a summary; impress your friends with important quotes; analyze characters while on a date; interpret figurative language during lunch; or review study questions three minutes before a test. There are also great Julius Caesar lesson plans you can give to your teacher so your class isn't so boring.
A Midsummer Night's Dream - Find out about all the goings-on in the forest with A Midsummer Night's Dream Study Guide. It includes an overview of the play and a character analysis.
Shakespeare's Famous Tragedies:
Hamlet - Hamlet's father haunts his former haunts. Death ensues. Learn more with this study guide.
Macbeth - Macbeth gets a little carried away on his quest for power. Read all about his rise and fall in this guide.
King Lear - If you thought Hamlet and Macbeth were insane, wait to you read about King Lear.