Lady Macbeth by George Cattermole.
Cadwal real name Arviragus is the second son of the king in Cymbelinestolen away in infancy by Morgan, and brought up as Morgan's child. Caius, Sempronius and Valentine are minor characters, kinsmen and supporters of Titus, in Titus Andronicus.
Caius Cassius hist is a central character in Julius Caesar. He incites the conspiracy against Caesar, and recruits Brutus to the conspirators' ranks. Caius Ligarius hist is one of the conspirators against Caesar in Julius Caesar. Caius Lucius is the Roman ambassador in Cymbelineand the leader of the Roman forces.
Caius Martius Coriolanus hist is the central character of Coriolanuswho earns the title "Coriolanus" in recognition of his skill at smiting Volscians in Coriolai. He challenges Parson Hugh to a duel. Calchas, Cressida's father, has defected to the Greeks, and negotiates his daughter's exchange for a Trojan prisoner in Troilus and Cressida.
Calibanson of the witch Sycoraxis a deformed slave to Prospero in The Tempest. For Cambio see Lucentio, who calls himself Cambio in his disguise as a schoolmaster.
Canidius hist is a follower of Antony in Antony and Cleopatra. The Archbishop of Canterbury hist is an important character in the first act of Henry V. He expounds Henry's claim to the French throne.
Caphis is the servant of a Senator in Timon of Athenssent to collect a debt due from Timon. A Captain survives the shipwreck at the start of Twelfth Night with Viola, and helps her with her disguise.
A Captain of the Welsh army brings Richard the bad news that his army, believing him dead, has deserted him, in Richard II. A Captain in Antony's army is a minor speaking role in Antony and Cleopatra.
A Roman Captain in Cymbeline attends on Lucius. Two British Captains in Cymbeline arrest Posthumus, thinking him an enemy. Several characters hold or purport to hold the rank of captain, including Fluellen, Gower, Jamy, Macmorris and Pistol.
Several characters are sea captains, including Antonio in Twelfth Night.The portrayal of Jews in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice and Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta Linda Misiura, ‘07 Christopher Marlowe wrote his play The Jew of Malta in , just prior to the turn of the 17 th century at a time when Jews were exiled from English society.
Macbeth is introduced in the play as a warrior hero, whose fame on the battlefield wins him great honor from the king. Essentially, though, he is a human being whose private ambitions are made clear to the audience through . Michael Williams (fict) (notably played by Michael Williams in Kenneth Branagh's film version) is a soldier who challenges the disguised Henry to a duel, in Henry V.
Sir Michael is a minor character, a follower of the Archbishop of York, in Henry IV, Part 1. Characters of Shakespear's Plays is an book of criticism of Shakespeare's plays, written by early nineteenth century English essayist and literary critic William Hazlitt.
Macbeth is introduced in the play as a warrior hero, whose fame on the battlefield wins him great honor from the king. Essentially, though, he is a human being whose private ambitions are made clear to the audience through his asides and soliloquies (solo speeches).
Juliet’s nurse is a character who seems to have stepped straight off the high street in Stratford. It’s quite a small role, only 9% of the text, according to the RSC Shakespeare, but it gives the obsessive, all-consuming passion of .