• Comparison of Medea by Euripides, Jean Anouilh and Wesley Enouch
    Medea Comparison The Medea is a classic tragedy with its historical, cultural and social origins firmly in Ancient Greece. Since originally being written by Euripides, the play has been rewritten and reinterpreted by many different playwrights and directors throughout history. Each time the Meda...
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  • How 'Irish' Is Mahon's Bacchae?
    with his production of The Riot Act, a version of Sophocles Antigone. Fiona Macintosh's 2011 entry Burying the Dead in Antigone on the Contemporary World Stage describes the ideological disputes between the diplomat O'Brian and playwright Paulin. She writes (p. 94) that O’Brian in his 1972 book States...
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  • Asdfa
    book as you read it, having a written conversation about the book. Title: Antigone Author: Jean Anouille Publisher: Methuen Drama (June 1, 2001) Genre: Play ISBN: 0413695409 Audience: 10th – 12th Grades Synopsis: A modern twist on the Greek Classic, Antigone Activities...
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  • Music
    Ancient Greek Cultural Values (Fiero 76-136) rational explanations experiential extensions Pericles’ Funeral Speech (88-89) the Iliad (81-84) Aristotle’s Poetics (99) the Antigone (92-98) Plato’s Crito (102-104) Sappho’s poems (128) Plato’s Allegory...
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  • Gone with the Wind
    . A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE BOOK AND MOVIE: MALCOLM X When comparing and contrasting movies and books, the majority of the time the book presents more of a detailed atmosphere and illustration of events. However, in this case... Words / Pages: 590 / 3 More Papers Here 12. Movie Review...
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  • Film Adaptation of Antigone
    remaining firm and poised in contrast to Creon's distress and quivering anger. For her last plea, Antigone wears a plain white gown this indicates her love for Haemon, because she now has no chance of marrying him. In comparison, for the second half of the film Creon sports a black military suit. The...
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  • Literature
    of Antigone and Medea from the viewpoint of these conventions will reveal the dramatic freedom taken in the film versions of these classical plays. Theme Theme is the central idea or ideas dramatized in a play. Although you can look for a play’s theme in the title, conflict, characters, or...
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  • Antigone vs. the Hunger Games: Gender Roles
    example of the historical context of gender roles. The contemporary film and book, The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins, is the complete opposite. It shows the evolution of gender roles from thousands of years ago until now. In Antigone, the women were expected to do as they are...
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  • Supfhfhfghfghfghfghfgh
    University and complained that: 7.  Joyce's Ulysses was described by Judge Woolsey as 'not an easy book to read or to understand," partly because: 8.  (T or F) Like van Gogh, Michelangelo was soundly rejected by the society of his time. 9.  Linda Nochlin's essay entitled "Why There are No Great...
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  • It Lies Beneath the Spotlight
    production. The players thrive off the audience’s feedback towards them. In hopes of illustrating the creative opportunities and its exclusive capabilities in comparison to other art forms, as well as in the need of a passionate audience in developing grand theatre, Antigone by Sophocles will be...
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  • Antigone - Greek Playwright Sophocle
    the extremes of emotion are tapped and felt in a safe setting. Many of us have had the experience of having a good weep during a film, or more often a good laugh. We may look to plays, films and books as a means of safe expression of deep emotion. In a society where men’s tears are still looked...
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  • Antigone and the Scarlet Ibis Comparison
    Antigone and The Scarlet Ibis Comparison "Numberless wonders terrible wonders walk the world but none the match for man", said the chorus in the play Antigone (Sophocles 366-367). The common theme of man is shown in the books Antigone by Sophocles in Creon and The Scarlet Ibis by James Hurst in...
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  • Antigone Modern Contextulasation
    very strict in comparison to Oedipus and soon Polyneices, the youngest begins to rebel against his uncle and joins a street gang. Unknown to Creon and his sisters Antigone and Ismene, Polyneices decides his gang are going to rob Creon’s house and steal his possessions and sell them for drug money. On...
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  • Creon and Koro
    Throughout history, the tragic hero has virtually not changed at all. The play, Antigone, written by the Greek playwright Sophocles and the book Whale Rider, written by Witi Ihimaera, has extremely comparable characters. Regardless of being written thousands of years apart, both story lines are...
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  • Mr Shamers
    Lear — Page 3 Hamlet — Page 3 Antigone — Page 3 AN ROINN OIDEACHAIS AGUS EOLAÍOCHTA LEAVING CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION, 2001 English – Higher Level – Paper 2 Total Marks: 200 Wednesday, 6th June — Afternoon, 1.30 – 4.50 M. 12 Page 2 of 7 SECTION I THE SINGLE TEXT (60 marks) Candidates must...
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  • Life Lessons from…. Books or Experience
    symbolic figure through the book. She uses the pair of boots as a comparison to the soldiers’ lives. The show the boots to be more important to the soldiers than the actually soldier who died and they belonged to. She also shows that the boots were more durable that the soldiers in them since the boots...
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  • 'Antigone' Ib A1 Paper 2 Essay
    Antigone’ Paper 2 Essay (e). Evil not only fascinates people in general, but writers as well. In what ways and with what effect has “evil” been treated in Antigone? In the play of ‘Antigone’, evil appears in many forms. There is the soldier who is a traitor to his nation; the sister trying...
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  • Daily Income
    course of his life, but only seven have survived in a complete form: Ajax, Antigone, Trachinian Women, Oedipus the King, Electra, Philoctetes and Oedipus at Colonus. For almost 50 years, Sophocles was the most-feted playwright in the dramatic competitions of the city-state of Athens that took place...
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  • Archetypes 1
    archetypes in historical works of literature, such as Antigone, that are still being used today in our modern day literature. One of the most common archetypes in literature is the mentor figure. Practically every book and movie ever made has one. The mentor usually aids the protagonist in achieving...
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  • comedy
    Is Sex Comedy or Tragedy? Directing Desire and Female Auteurship in the Cinema of Catherine Breillat Author(s): Katherine Ince Source: The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Vol. 64, No. 1, Special Issue: Thinking through Cinema: Film as Philosophy (Winter, 2006), pp. 157-164 Published...
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