• 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 has...
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  • How 'Irish' Is Mahon's Bacchae?
    Woman, in 1907 The Playboy of the Western World, a version of Sophocles’ Oedipus Turranos and in 1910 Deidre of the Sorrows, a version of Sophocles’ Antigone. Yeats in 1926 writes King Oedipus and in 1927 takes on Sophocles’ sequel Oedipus at Colonus. Both writers were working against British snobbery of...
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  • Asdfa
    alien to work in order to earn money for her family. Activities: 1. Have students write a postcard to a friend about this book; to the author; to a character in the book; write as if you were the character or author and write to yourself. 2. Have students draw a map of Lupita's trip 3...
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  • Music
    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 of the Cave (104-107) Pindar’s Odes (128) Aristotle’s Nichomachean...
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  • Gone with the Wind
    dddddddddddd Jurassic Park: The Book and The Movie The story of Jurassic Park was written about fourteen years ago by a man named Michael Crichton. His book has now evolved into three mo... Words / Pages: 865 / 4 More Papers Here 3. Movie Rating Going to the movies is a favorite past-time...
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  • Literature
    classification is based on four fundamental modes of argumentation, which will help you analyze some of the most prominent features of the essays in this book. Notice, however, that any rigid classification of essay type tends to blur because of writers’ lively, dynamic use of this creative nonfiction. As...
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  • Film Adaptation of Antigone
    The film adaptation of Sophocles' Antigone portrays the text substantially well in several ways. The filmmaker's interpretation encourages the audience to be discerning as their perception of the Greek tragedy is enhanced. The play becomes profound and reverberant because of the many interesting elements...
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    Virginia Woolf spoke of her experiences at Oxford 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...
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  • Antigone vs. the Hunger Games: Gender Roles
    McKnight 1 Jasmine McKnight Warlop English ACC 10 29 April 2013 Antigone vs. The Hunger Games: Gender Roles Looking through a historical lens, gender roles for men and women have changed significantly. Men were perceived as being the most critical part in society as evidence by...
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  • It Lies Beneath the Spotlight
    appreciation for the raw truth of the live theatre. They have now exchanged it for the animated, make believe, the over polished world of television and film. This leaves the audience with little to no imagination and time for feedback. As actors and actresses it is our duty to convey our story to fight for...
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  • Antigone - Greek Playwright Sophocle
    English 112 Spring 2010 Research Paper Antigone Introduction Greek playwright Sophocles wrote the last play in the Theban Trilogy, Antigone, around 442n B.C. The Theban Trilogy consists of Oedipus Rex (Oedipus the king); Oedipus at Colonus, and Antigone, but the play considered the last of...
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  • Creon and Koro
    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 very similar in relation to the tragic heroes. Antigone is the story of...
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  • Antigone Modern Contextulasation
    Contextualisation of Antigone. Original Setting Antigone is set originally in Ancient Greece in Thebes, The play is about the Princess Antigone rebelling against her Uncle, King Creon of Thebes, after he states that her brother Polyneices, who rebelled against his country, will not be buried after...
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  • comedy
    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 by: Wiley on behalf of The American Society for Aesthetics Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3700500...
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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 Doodle's...
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  • Mr Shamers
    INDEX OF SINGLE TEXTS Jane Eyre — Page 2 Great Expectations — Page 2 Far From the Madding Crowd — Page 2 King 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...
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  • Life Lessons from…. Books or Experience
    lessons from…. Books or Experience Francine Prose, talks about the High School English curriculum being flawed. Prose talks about how the books that are taught in high school English classes are to easy and the lessons being taught are focused on mainly the moral or lesson in the books. She believes...
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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 to...
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  • Archetypes 1
    archetypes from Antigone are the same ones that show in the very well known movie, “Star Wars”. Mentors and villains are two of the archetypes that are commonly found in both stories. There are various reoccurring archetypes in archetypes in historical works of literature, such as Antigone, that are still...
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  • Ancient History
    festival Athenians composed three types of drama including tragedy , comedy and satyr. Two of the main types of drama focused on in the plays Agamemon, Antigone, The Bacchae and Alcestis are tragedy and comedy. Ancient Greek Drama tragedy and comedy define gender in incredibly different ways. There are some...
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