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Hamlet /Media Outline. I. Thesis Statement: (Director)’s “To be or not to be” and (director)’s “Alas poor Yorick” best exemplify William Shakespeare’s original scenes. (Director)’s view of “To be or not to be” (Director)’s view of “Alas poor Yorick”.

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Hamlet media outline

Hamlet/Media Outline


I. Thesis Statement: (Director)’s “To be or not to be” and (director)’s “Alas poor Yorick” best exemplify William Shakespeare’s original scenes.

  • (Director)’s view of “To be or not to be”

  • (Director)’s view of “Alas poor Yorick”


II. Shakespeare’s original “To be or not to be” and (director)’s “Alas poor Yorick” best exemplify William Shakespeare’s original scenes.

  • Support

  • Support

  • Commentary

  • Commentary

  • Commentary


III. The filming techniques Branagh used for “To be or not to be” and their meanings

  • Filming technique #1

  • How it effected the scene

  • Filming technique #2

  • How it effected the scene

  • Filming technique #3

  • How it effected the scene


IV. How Branagh’s scene compares to Shakespeare’s to be” and their meanings

  • Support

  • Support

  • Commentary

  • Commentary

  • Commentary


V. The filming techniques Zeffirelli used for “To be or not to be” and their meanings

  • Filming technique #1

  • How it effected the scene

  • Filming technique #2

  • How it effected the scene

  • Filming technique #3

  • How it effected the scene


VI. How Zeffirelli’s scene compares to Shakespeare’s not to be” and their meanings

  • Support

  • Support

  • Commentary

  • Commentary

  • Commentary


VII. The filming techniques Almereyda used for the first “To be or not to be” scene and their meanings

  • Filming technique #1

  • How it effected the scene

  • Filming technique #2

  • How it effected the scene

  • Filming technique #3

  • How it effected the scene


VIII. How Almereyda’s scene compares to Shakespeare’s “To be or not to be” scene and their meanings

  • Support

  • Support

  • Commentary

  • Commentary

  • Commentary


IX. The filming techniques Almereyda used for the second “To be or not to be” scene and their meanings

  • Filming technique #1

  • How it effected the scene

  • Filming technique #2

  • How it effected the scene

  • Filming technique #3

  • How it effected the scene


X. How Almereyda’s scene compares to Shakespeare’s “To be or not to be” scene and their meanings

  • Support

  • Support

  • Commentary

  • Commentary

  • Commentary


XI. The filming techniques Almereyda used for the third “To be or not to be” scene and their meanings

  • Filming technique #1

  • How it effected the scene

  • Filming technique #2

  • How it effected the scene

  • Filming technique #3

  • How it effected the scene


XII. How Almereyda’s scene compares to Shakespeare’s “To be or not to be” scene and their meanings

  • Support

  • Support

  • Commentary

  • Commentary

  • Commentary


XIII. Which scene most exemplifies Shakespeare’s original “To be or not to be”

  • Support

  • Support

  • Commentary

  • Commentary

  • Commentary


XIV. Shakespeare’s original “Alas poor Yorick” “To be or not to be”

  • Support

  • Support

  • Commentary

  • Commentary

  • Commentary


XV. The filming techniques Branagh used for “Alas poor Yorick” and their meanings

  • Filming technique #1

  • How it effected the scene

  • Filming technique #2

  • How it effected the scene

  • Filming technique #3

  • How it effected the scene


XVI. How Branagh’s scene compares to Shakespeare’s Yorick” and their meanings

  • Support

  • Support

  • Commentary

  • Commentary

  • Commentary


XVII. The filming techniques Zeffirelli used for “Alas poor Yorick” and their meanings

  • Filming technique #1

  • How it effected the scene

  • Filming technique #2

  • How it effected the scene

  • Filming technique #3

  • How it effected the scene


XVIII. How Zeffirelli’s scene compares to Shakespeare’s poor Yorick” and their meanings

  • Support

  • Support

  • Commentary

  • Commentary

  • Commentary


XIX. The filming techniques Almereyda used for “Alas poor Yorick” and their meanings

  • Filming technique #1

  • How it effected the scene

  • Filming technique #2

  • How it effected the scene

  • Filming technique #3

  • How it effected the scene


XX. How Almereyda’s scene compares to Shakespeare’s Yorick” and their meanings

  • Support

  • Support

  • Commentary

  • Commentary

  • Commentary


XXI. Which scene most exemplifies Shakespeare’s original Yorick” and their meanings

  • Support

  • Support

  • Commentary

  • Commentary

  • Commentary


XXII. Thesis Statement: (Director)’s “To be or not to be” and (director)’s “Alas poor Yorick” best exemplify William Shakespeare’s original scenes.

  • (Director)’s view of “To be or not to be”

  • (Director)’s view of “Alas poor Yorick”


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