• PREFACE TO SHAKESPEARE
    to his readers a faithful mirror if manners and life.” According to Johnson, “Shakespeare always makes nature predominate over accident”. His blend of tragedy and comedy is also nearer and more natural to life, because the mingled drama approaches nearer to life :Mingled drama m demerits of Shakespeare...
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  • Spring Awakening
    Sophie O’Neill TH301 Reaction Paper 09/12/2012 Circle Mirror Transformation “Circle Mirror Transformation” is set in an artsy small town named Shirley, Vermont. An unlikely collection of strangers sign up for Marty's "Adult Creative Drama" class: a recently divorced carpenter, a 16-year-old high...
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  • Stylistic and Structural Choices in Fires in the Mirror: Crown Heights, Brooklyn and Other Identities
    Anna Deavere Smith's unique style of drama in her play Fires in the Mirror: Crown Heights, Brooklyn and Other Identities integrates theatre with journalism in order to bring to life and examine real social and political events. Each scene is created directly from an interview that Smith had held with...
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  • Learning Notes
    LESSON NOTES IN ENGLISH 1 QUARTER 2: DRAMA Topic2: Different Types and Forms of Drama Time Frame 20 Days |STAGE 1 | |CONTENT STANDARD: The learner understand the...
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  • Hold on to This
    I see poems as pieces of literature equally profound and deep-seated as any other form of text— short stories, novels, drama, etc. It is a tool for mimesis, or the mirror of life. It showcases different people’s culture, tradition, as well as their beliefs. Furthermore, it is a tool that exhibits catharsis...
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  • Does Reality Television Have an Impact on Society?
     Does Reality Television Have an Impact on Society? British philosopher James Allen once said that “circumstances don't make a man, they only reveal him.” With that being known, reality television is simply a mirror image of what our society has become; a judge mental...
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  • None
    MPT Cine 3 Class – Dave Drum – Matthew Wells 03129410 Written Assignment – Pick a scene from a movie and write about how the DP executed the lighting and camera technique of the scene. The scene that I picked is one that happens right after the robbery of a porn shop. Hiding out in the hotel...
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  • How far do you agree with the opinion that courtship and marriage are undermined and ridiculed in “The Taming of the Shrew”?
    How far do you agree with the opinion that courtship and marriage are undermined and ridiculed in “The Taming of the Shrew”? Shakespeare’s drama “The Taming of the Shrew” is set in the Elizabethan era, and marriage and courtship was very different than how it is in the present. Back then it was the...
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  • The Deadly Collision Between Appearance and Reality
    revolve mostly around appearance and how people view themselves and others: on the outside, people’s behaviour appears a certain way, yet on the inside, it is rather different if not the contrary. Across the ages, societies have transformed this ‘smoke and mirrors’ situation into an art of wearing social...
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  • Mirror Stage of Development Analysis on the Wizard of Oz (Magic Art of the Great Humbug)
    identity question that each character has in the story can be defined from Lacan's mirror stage and symbolic order. From the examples of the characters' identity problems, it will be seen that they are merely a mirror (example) of some of the challenges we may face in defining and developing our own...
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  • Aristotle Versus Plato
    ideal world, where exists a real form of every object found in nature. A work of art –which reflects nature is twice far from the reality it represents. Aristotle, on the other hand, does not deal with the ideal world, instead he analyses nature. He argues that a work of art does not imitate nature as it...
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  • Renunciation of Language
    the prohibitions/commands of language, a concept on which both Pinter and Lacan put great emphasis in their own vision. For Pinter human beings lead a life controlled by some unknown powers and build a disastrous subjective world devoid of linguistic competence. As for Lacan, language imprisons, castrates...
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  • Essays
    plenty of different factors that went on throughout the movie. From education problems, welfare issues, to sexual abuse. No matter how much drama there is going on in your life, you can always scream for help. “You’s a dummy bitch and you aint gona be shit!” Imagine hearing this from the one that is supposed...
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  • Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?
    you been” written by Joyce Carol Oates, is a real treat to a classic drama. There are several characters, but the two major ones are Connie and Arnold, also known as “Arnold Friend”. A fictional story but the plots are close as anyone can get to a real life scenario. Every scene plays out well, but quite...
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  • A Doll House: English Analysis of Drama
    English: Analysis of Drama IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER: AN ANALYSIS OF NORA, THE MEN IN HER LIFE, AND HER NAVIGATATION TO INDEPENDENCE   The play, A Doll House, written by Henrik Ibsen in 1879, is considered a  landmark in drama for its portrayal of realistic people, places, and situations. Ibsen  ...
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  • critical essay anne fleche
    Critical Essay by Anne Fleche SOURCE: "The Space of Madness and Desire: Tennessee Williams and Streetcar," in Modern Drama, Vol. 38, No. 4, Winter, 1995, pp. 324-35. In the following essay, Fleche examines the portrayal of madness in A Streetcar Named Desire through analysis of allegory, spatial...
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  • Deconstruction/ Krapp's Last Tape
    Croix de Guerre and Medaille de la Resistance by the French government for his wartime efforts. Beckett was reticent to speak about this era of his life. Beckett continued writing novels throughout the 1940s, and had the first part of his story “The End” published in Jean-Paul Sartre’s magazine Les...
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  • New Millennium, Community Theatre & Audience
    Community Theatre & Audience by Jane Shannahan (BA; PGDips Bus & Admin/Event Management; MMgt) Introduction “Primitive rituals were the first form of drama” (Barba & Sanzenbach, 1965, p. 154). Primitive theatre could be termed religious as the main aim was to conjure the gods for a variety of practical...
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  • Meditation Xvii
    Before reading the text Open with Mirror Images in text Discussion—How does group society shape or influence you as an individual? Read from book. You are the only person who can influence/change/challenge behavior. Literacy—What does this mean? Read/Write/Oral Literacy is about building upon things...
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  • Elements of Literature
    test preparation. To understand literature, it is necessary that you ask yourself certain questions, such as "what is the theme of this story?" or "why does the author use this particular type of imagery?" You are not necessarily reading for pleasure--although it is sincerely hoped you will derive pleasure...
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