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Top 20 Intriguing Writing Ideas For A Literary Essay

There are quite a few interesting ideas for your upcoming literary essay. If you are looking for intriguing headings, you should take a look at this article. Here, we suggest the top 20 catching titles in for your essay.

  1. Why did Hamlet delay his revenge on Claudius?
  2. Hamlet and Horatio: review on the characters.
  3. Romeo and Juliet: their tragic love and the consequences of their actions. Do you support their behaviour?
  4. The reasons why Ophelia decided to commit suicide. Are you sure of the events which lead to her self-murder?
  5. The 14th Century Legislation and Rules of Marriage: how much have these laws changed?
  6. Discussion of a book's characters: are they symbolic, realistic or historically-based? Choose a book of your interest and carry out an in-depth research on the characters.
  7. Compare & contrast the choices that different authors make in a work. Carry out the same analysis on the behaviour of the characters in a book for each author.
  8. Poetry and the special meaning that it has for you. Do you share the opinion with other people about your favourite poems?
  9. The influence of Pushkin in the Russian Literature: how far did his work had an effect for Russian authors?
  10. How would a Freudian read Hamlet? Carry out an analysis in the perspective of such reader.
  11. Study the sources or historical events that occasioned a particular work, such as wars, crisis, etc.
  12. Carry out an analysis of a specific image occurring in several works and compare the different / similar consequences of this same image.
  13. Making a deconstruction of a particular work: find the underlying perspective.
  14. A reading of a work from a political perspective.
  15. A study of the social, political, or economic context in which a work was written. How does this context influence the work and the author?
  16. Compare and contrast G.B. Shaw's Pygmalion with the original Ancient Greek myth of Pygmalion.
  17. An analysis of a work based on a certain philosophical perspective of your choice.
  18. The use of moon imagery in certain works, such as plays, poems, novels.
  19. Unfolding a not-so-evident racist world view in Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness. Had you noticed the underlying perspective?
  20. How do you think that a Marxist would read William Blake's "London"?