finish the play and write your discussion, which should consist of a very brief outline of the story and consideration of the questions that seem to you most important.
Write your discussion, consisting of: I, a rather full outline of the story (in condensing you will do better not always to follow Shakspere's order), and II, your main impressions, including some of the above points or of the following: 13.
There has been much discussion as to whether or not Shakspere means to represent Hamlet as mad, but very few competent critics now believe that Hamlet is mad at any time.
Your discussion should include a much condensed outline of the play, a statement of its theme and main meanings as you see them, and a careful treatment of whatever question or questions most interest you.
Written discussions may well begin with a very brief outline of the story
Written discussions should begin with a very brief outline of the story
In the discussion about religion and mythology, Adeimantus is the respondent, but Glaucon breaks in with a slight jest, and carries on the conversation in a lighter tone about music and gymnastic to the end of the book.
Other figures, such as the dog in the second, third, and fourth books, or the marriage of the portionless maiden in the sixth book, or the drones and wasps in the eighth and ninth books, also form links of connection in long passages, or are used to recall previous discussions.
For some little time past the surgeon had discontinued his steady investigation of Geoffrey's face, and had given all his attention to the discussion
, with the air of a man whose self-imposed task had come to an end.
The serious parts of the discussion had been of higher merit than the playful--in a men's debate is the reverse more general?
We belong to a kind of club that reads papers, Margaret and I--all women, but there is a discussion after.
The society's weekly discussions
were now the old lawyer's main interest in life.
With such profound faith as Joe felt in the doctor, it is not to be wondered at that incessant discussions
sprang up between him and Kennedy, without any lack of respect to the latter, however.
And of the one ship, the Essex, there is no discussion
continued a long time, and the longer they lasted the more heated became the disputes, culminating in shouts and personalities, and the less was it possible to arrive at any general conclusion from all that had been said.