• Theory on Good & Evil
    -ending. Circumstances can always make good people commit evil acts. This theme is also portrayed in one of the set films, Schindler’s List by Steven Spielberg. In the film, Schindler (Liam Neeson) has to commit evil such as bribery because he has no other way to save the Jews' The film Law...
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  • Literary Terms in Drama
    end of the play • the audience recognizes the situation as plausible • theme applies to specific situations and circumstances Related Terms Comic timing – the art of doing or saying a funny thing at just the right moment, then pausing while the audience laughs Serious or Social Drama • subject of the...
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  • Elements of Drama
    characters (the people the actors are portraying) judged by what they say, think, and do according to the unfolding circumstances. (a) PROTAGONIST: The lead character in a play, on the pro side of the struggle. This is the person whom the main theme is centred on. (b) ANTAGONIST: The...
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  • To Kill a Mockingbird
    have time to be a kid and play around, but grow up and help out his father on the farm. My last example of a child who has been exposed to circumstances which take innocence is the scene with Dill. Lastly, another example relating to the theme is the scene where Dill went to live with his dad...
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  • To Kill a Mockingbird Book Report
    a mocking bird is a sin. It means to make the innocent suffer for something that they had nothing to do with. In To Kill a Mocking Bird this was an underlining theme. It applies to the circumstances that surround the quote in the novel. They are meant to be interpreted literally while the theme is...
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  • Hamlet Essay
    Hamlet Essay Texts have the amazing ability to present great and provocative ideas to society, Shakespeare’s Hamlet (1599-1601) broach on a multitude of issues. Through themes of the human condition, loyalty and appearances, Hamlet reveals an astonishing breadth of purpose; Shakespeare examines...
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  • No text is unique
    society. A naïve narrator, like Oskar or Hushpuppy, is useful to discuss difficult experiences of our society that would be fairly unacceptable for an audience to consider in other circumstances. This goes to show that the theme of the naïve narrator is a common one which can be evidently seen in...
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  • elements of short story
    leading character struggles with his physical strength against other men, forces of nature, or animals. 2)  Man vs. Circumstances (classical) - The leading character struggles against fate, or the circumstances of life facing him/her. 3)  Man vs. Society (social) - The leading character struggles...
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  • Dead Stars
    longing of his heart (for Julia) or to stick with his past decision, his promise (commitment with Esperanza). The story had an External conflict- A struggle with a force outside one's self. Specifically a: Man vs. Circumstances - The leading character struggles against fate, or the...
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  • Life
    character is usually on one side of the central conflict. On the other side, the main character may struggle against another important character, against the forces of nature, against society, or even against something inside him or herself (feelings, emotions, illness). Theme- The theme is the central...
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  • 127 hour
    The film 127 Hours delves into a number of themes, such as: taking risks while alone, the power of music and its importance to human beings, belief and faith, accident vs. risk, being in the wrong place at the wrong time, dangerous situations… Articles on the film: 2 purposes – to discuss the...
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  • “in the Years 1933-7, Hitler Made Germany the Dominant Power in Europe. It Was a Remarkable Achievement.” How Far Do You Agree with These Judgements?
    powerless. Therefore Hitler had perhaps far less to contend with then might have been the case without these general favourable circumstances, and thus this is a very significant theme. In individual events, there were also unique favourable circumstances which, in themselves perhaps, may not have...
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  • Sophocles/Rita Dove
    fate. However, the tragedy in Dove’s play is vastly different in that it was not prophesized to Augustus that he would kill his father and bed his mother. The circumstances that lead to the outcome Augustus experienced was, instead, created due to external forces such as the ethnocentric view...
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  • "The American" Essay
    story, there are many lessons that he learns that we can take from the book and connect to our lives. Therefore, three themes in Henry James' The American that can improve or enlighten one's life are the misunderstanding of culture between Europe and America, the depth and force of cultural difference...
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  • Disney Case Study
    towards becoming the World's largest family entertaining company? I would discuss the stated question by analyzing the Disney's industry in relation to Porter's Five-Forces Model. In addition, I would like to make a recommendation on the strategic changes and tactical changes that are needed to be...
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  • Story Elements
    (physical) - The leading character struggles with his physical strength against other men, forces of nature, or animals. 2) Man vs. Circumstances (classical) - The leading character struggles against fate, or the circumstances of life facing him/her. 3) Man vs. Society (social) - The...
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  • Look Both Ways
    ‘Look Both Ways shows that despite life’s trials, happiness is possible.’ Discuss. Happiness is one of the main themes explored in Sarah Watt’s award winning film Look Both Ways. The concept of being happy is an abstract one in a film preoccupied with other more powerful and overshadowing themes...
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  • Candide
    interpretation of life as he travels from place to place in search for pleasure. Voltaire uses this book to ridicule the silliness of optimism, which is basically defined as everything operating at its best level or optimized. This literary analysis will analyze different themes in Candide by Voltaire...
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  • Thematic Essay
    Iran in less depth than the historical circumstances, a goal, and results of this movement • Is both descriptive and analytical (in the waning days of European dominance, a new force drove countries around world to strive for independence; nationalism was both a uniter of peoples and a divider...
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  • Speculative Fiction
    resistance throughout the hepatology and theme of struggle against the corruption of the wizarding world against the lingering force of evil as Lord Voldemort and his followers ‘The death eaters’. Guillermo Del Toro’s film ‘Pan’s labyrinth’ also explores an underworld of magic living in secret...
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