• Drama
    1 - 18 OLD ENGLISH (600 – 1100 AD) (A) Poetry  Characteristics: 1. No rhyme. Instead, each half line is joined to the other by alliteration. 2. Things are described indirectly and in combination of words; (Sailor Sea traveler – Soldier Sea man ) This way of describing the things 1....
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  • Rhetoric in American Drama
    er Rhetorical Humor in American TV Dramas I Introduction Rhetorical devices are the typical representative of humor, and they are all related to ‘beauty’. They provide audience with understanding, discovering, and developing arguments for particular situations. Rhetoric is composed of aesthetic...
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  • Pain
    RADIO PLAY/DRAMA The English word ‘drama’ derives from the Greek word ‘dran’ meaning ‘to do’. Thus a drama is a story performed or ‘done’ by people on stage, radio, film, TV, on the street. A drama involves a chain of events and describes a web of relationships involving one or more persons. It could...
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  • Braveheart Review
    against the occupying English forces. In fact, the English occupies Scotland. Wallace’s aim is clear; attain the freedom of Scotland and its people, while also avenging the deaths of his wife Murron, his father and brother. During his revolt, Wallace and his men attack many English positions, winning several...
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  • What Is Drama?
    What is Drama Used For? * What is Drama? The word drama is derived from the ancient Greek word meaning action. If something is full of action it’s exciting, emotional, it’s unpredictable; it’s dramatic. Drama is a way of expressing or showing a story. Drama can make us feel happy, sad, afraid,...
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  • A Summary of Transactional Analysis
    A SUMMARY OF TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS CONCEPTS I USE By Fanita English (From “How Did You Become a Transactional Analyst?“ Transactional Analysis Journal, Vol. 35 , #1 Jan 2005) “How did you become a transactional analyst?” I am often asked that question when I tell people what I do. I answer that...
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  • Research Paper
    Representation of ethics in the stage dramas of Pakistan Introduction It is a sad reality that : vulgarity and obscenity has corrupted our theaters as commercialization has become their main motive , this paper discusses these issues. Stage dramas are related to our society and culture, they...
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  • Best Korean Movie
    Remember- *Tearjerker 3.Temptation of Wolves- *Amazing 4.Daddy Long Legs- *Inspirational 5.Windstruck- *mixed emotions 6.My Girl and I- *heartwarming 7.Sad Movie- *lot of tissues 8. Love Phobia- *heart pounding 9.Addicted- *my favorite actor which superb in acting is here, Lee Byeong Hyeon, a diff. love...
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  • I Will and Im Going to
    examples of genre include romance, mystery, crime, fantasy, erotica, and adventure, among others. Important historical periods in English literature include Old English, Middle English, the Renaissance, the 17th Century Shakespearean and Elizabethan times, the 18th Century Restoration, 19th Century Victorian...
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  • Reception of Titanic
    difficulties" with being "so daunting that it's a wonder when the filmmakers are also able to bring the drama and history into proportion" and "found [himself] convinced by both the story and the sad saga".He named it as his ninth best film of 1997. On the television program Siskel & Ebert, the film received...
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  • Analysis of a Film
    a satirical film that explores many different genres; including drama, comedy, perhaps black comedy, and music. Lee's basing the movie in satire form was a brilliant move because in it he was able to push the envelope harder than drama or straight comedy would have allowed. Spike Lee’s purpose throughout...
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  • Messages of Shakespeare
    only stimulate, broaden, ennoble, but also interest, and entertain the reader (Roberts, 1983). There are four genres of literature; narrative prose, drama, poetry, and nonfiction prose. Even though each literary genre has its own uniqueness, together they have common characteristics. They differ in structure...
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  • According to Greta Movie Review
    Desiree’ Hogan Professor Crystal O’Neal English Composition 1101 TLC 1111 3:30-4:50 “According to Greta” Many movies explore the difficulties of growing up, but few are as powerful and as moving as According to Greta. In the movie directed by Nancy Bardawil, “According to Greta”, shows the characters...
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  • Before Breakfast
    Caleb Gallups English 1301 Mrs. Massoth 5/4/2013 The Conflicts of Hardship and Marriage Eugene O'Neill's play "Before Breakfast" shows an unhappily married couple living out sad lives that they never imagined when they were first married. The story tells of what could happen when dreams and...
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  • My Essay
    Romeo and Juliet: The Star-Crossed Lovers. Romeo and Juliet drama mainly tells about the Star-Crossed lover between two young lovers name Romeo and Juliet. The story take place in the city name Verona, the place where always have another brawl break out between the Montague’s and Capulet’s which...
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  • Othello Act 3
    has reproduced these exemplar candidate answers from the June 2010 series to support teachers in interpreting the assessment criteria for the GCE English Literature specifications. These exemplars should be read in conjunction with the past paper/mark scheme and Principal Examiner’s Report for unit F663...
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  • Philippine Literature
    Originally "book learning" (it replaced O.E. boccræft), the meaning "literary production or work" is first attested 1779 in Johnson's "Lives of the English Poets" (he didn't include this definition in his dictionary, however); that of "body of writings from a period or people" is first recorded 1812. ...
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  • Dead Poet Society
    American film, a drama written by Tom Schulman, directed by Peter Weir and edited by William M. Anderson. Tom Schulman has written the script based on his life at the Montgomery Bell Academy which is a college preparatory day school for boys in Nashville, Tennessee. This film is a drama, realised at 1989...
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  • Jane Austen
    HOLAS IC READE A FRE E RESOURCE FOR TEACHERS! SENSE & SENSIBILITY – EXTRA Level 2 This level is suitable for students who have been learning English for at least two years and up to three years. It corresponds with the Common European Framework level A2. Suitable for users of CROWN/TEAM magazines...
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  • teenager
    too? Tim: No, he's quite shy really. Helen: Oh look! Is that him? Tim: Yeah! Michal! Michal! He's crying. I wonder what's wrong. @Why is Michal sad? To talk about people's appearance or personality you can use: be + adjective Verb: To be Adjective I'm slim He's well-built She's matronly...
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