Name Course Instructor Date William Shakespeare’s Literary Greatness Table of Contents TOC \o "1-3" \h \z \u Abstract PAGEREF _Toc505610669 \h 21.0 Introduction PAGEREF _Toc505610670 \h 31.1 Purpose of the study PAGEREF _Toc505610671 \h 31.2 Assumptions and Limitations PAGEREF _Toc505610672 \h 41.3 Definition of Terms PAGEREF _Toc505610673 \h 42.0 Design of the Study PAGEREF _Toc505610674 \h 43.0 Findings PAGEREF _Toc505610675 \h 55.0 Conclusion and Recommendations for Further Investigation PAGEREF _Toc505610676 \h 6Works Cited PAGEREF _Toc505610677 \h 6 Abstract This report is an analysis of the literally greatness of William Shakespeare. Literally greatness is seen as success in literature which includes appealing to a good portion of readership. The report sought to determine what makes Shakespeare great in literature. It was found that being able to realistically depict the society and his insight into human experience increases the involvement of his audience hence appealing to many. His language has also Works. Volume 3: The Comedies and: A Companion To Shakespeare's Works. Volume 4: The Poems Problem Plays Late Plays (Review)." Shakespeare Quarterly 58.4 (2007): 532-538. Web. Burch Patricia and Carolyn J Heinrich. Mixed Methods For Policy Research And Program Evaluation. SAGE Publications 2015. Print. Creswell John W. Research Design. Thousand Oaks California: SAGE Publications Inc 2014. Print. Hunt M. Shakespeare's As You Like It. New York: Palgrave Macmillan 2015. Print. Jenkins A. M. William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet in Beverly Hills. Pelham NY: Benchmark Education Co. 2007. Print. Keilen Sean. The Routledge Research Companion to Shakespeare and Classical Literature. London: Taylor & Francis Ltd 2017. Print. MacInnes Ian. "Who Was William Shakespeare?: An Introduction To The Life And Works By Dympna Callaghan." Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 212-214. Web. Nowlin M. F. Scott Fitzgerald's Racial Angles and the Business of Literary Greatness. New York: Palgrave Macmillan US 2007. Print. Pearce Joseph. The Quest for Shakespeare. San Francisco: Ignatius Press 2008. Print. [...]
Your task for this assignment is to research one of the great authors – William Shakespeare and to present your findings in a well-written and well-organized report. Part of your task will be defining what literary greatness means, and devising some means of measuring how William Shakespeare meets the criteria you’ve outlined.