Title Author Publication Date Publisher Type
    All joy o' the worm: The Ironic Tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra  Kinghorn, A. M.1981Qatar UniversityArticle
    At least we'll die with harness on our back: Triumph of the will in Macbeth  Kinghorn, A. M.1982Qatar UniversityArticle
    Is ripeness all? Shakespeare's Tragic Vision in "King Lear"  Kinghorn, A. M.1980Qatar UniversityArticle
    Nothing brings me all things: the isolation of Timon in Timon of Athens  Kinghorn, A. M.1987Qatar UniversityArticle
    Nothing Extenuate: Othello, "A Super-Subtle" Tragedy  Kinghorn, A. M.1981Qatar UniversityArticle
    Now might I do it pat: Hamlet's Failure of reason, the 'Instant,' and the 'Leap'  Kinghorn, A. M.1979Qatar UniversityArticle
    Then love - devouring death do what he dare: the immeasurable margin in Romeo and Juliet.  Kinghorn, A. M.1986Qatar UniversityArticle
    There's something in't that is deceivable: 'present mirth' and 'what’s top come' in Twelfth Night  Kinghorn, A. M.1984Qatar UniversityArticle
    Trust not trebonius: gentlemen all in Julius Caesar  Kinghorn, A. M.1985Qatar UniversityArticle
    You take my life: tragi-comic rivalry in 'The Merchant of Venice'  Kinghorn, A. M.1983Qatar UniversityArticle