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  • Compare And Contrast Their Eyes Were Watching God

    Their Eyes Were Watching God Zora Neale Hurston wrote this great book about a girl changing into a young women. Oprah changed it all she made the book seem like a love story but this could never be. In the movie Janie was seen as a strong young women but in the book she was just a young lady who listens everything that she was told to do. All of Janie’s marriages caused a dramatic change in her life, Oprah changed the main relationship in the movie. This book would reflect some young lady and make her feel like “Janie” and they might compare their life to a pear tree. No one should change a classic book like this because this is something really good. The book Janie is more interesting than the movie Janie. Book Janie never really did much she worked but not like she did in the movie. She had respect for others including her Nanny, her granny was someone she would listen to other than others. When she got married Janie didn’t try to fight her Nanny on it that much because she had respect for Nanny. Movie Janie was different but no so much, she disrespected her Nanny which she would have never done in the book. She kissed Johnny Taylor over a fence in the book but not in the movie because things were different. “Janie, youse uh’ Oman, now, so-“Nanny felt Janie was ready to get married because of this kiss she saw over the fence but in the movie there was no fence. The movie shouldn’t have been changed the way it did because this book is a classic not something that’s…

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  • Pathetic Fallacy In William Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

    Juxtaposition is placing two contrasting ideas next to each other. In act 2, scene 6, Romeo and Juliet get married. In the next scene, a fight breaks out. Friar Lawrence says, “So smile the heavens upon this holy act/that after-hours with sorrow chide us not.” In the next scene, Tybalt states, “Boy, this shall not excuse the injuries/that thou hast done me. Therefore turn and draw.” By following the wedding scene with a scene filled with conflict, Shakespeare created drama and excitement. When…

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  • Jealous Husband Returns In Form Of Parrot Summary

    Love is first literal then converted into a metaphor through marriage. Love begins as literally loving someone when sharing experiences because of love that is contained. Profound love then changes to a metaphor; it asks why experiences with someone they love are meant to happen, the purpose to marry someone by finding deeper love to know how attached a person’s love is. Robert Olen Butler wanted us to understand when we interpret ideas as a metaphor, we understand why things are meant to happen…

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  • The Gift: A Narrative Analysis

    written in this topic to properly utilise drama elements. After editing and improving, final script emerged. After several practices it was recorded using some of the drama elements and a few props like books and photos were used. Windows movie maker was used to edit the movie effectively. The short film ‘The Gift’ was chosen for viewing for ‘Arts responding’ aspect of the assessment. The drama brought tears and had a very important message for everyone. ‘Being rich is not about how much you…

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  • Comedy Research Paper

    Drama is one of the three major literary genres, besides prose and poetry, and while it can contain both other generic forms, it fundamentally differs from both. Mostly because drama, in the broadest sense, is a work of art meant to be performed on stage. So, we can say that drama is a performative genre, both communal (created by the play-going society, a community of theatre-makers and playwrights) as well as time and space-specific. I will compare between Drama and Comedy. Firstly, we will…

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  • Merchant Of Venice Comedy Analysis

    that William Shakespeare is one of the world’s greatest playwrights. He is known for his ability to entertain audiences and capture their affections through his beloved characters. Many of his plays contain themes that are everlasting and able to move audiences through several generations. One play in particular, though, leaves many critics asking questions about how to classify the drama. Shakespeare’s play, The Merchant of Venice, is the piece that seems to trouble audiences everywhere. The…

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  • Greek In Drama

    because European culture was founded on the classical authors of Greece and Rome. From the Renaissance until the twentieth century a formal education in a European school was based on, or at least included, Latin authors such as Virgil and Cicero, and plays by Seneca and Terence. The Greek texts used included stories from The Illiad and The Odyssey by Homer; and many of the plays first performed centuries before by Aeschylus and Aristophanes, Sophocles and Menander, as well as the writings of…

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  • The Appeal Of Realism In Henrik Ibsen's Man And Superman

    Realism is the movement to represented truth as it has, Realistic drama is try to describe life in the point that we were in , that movement left from the rule melodramas of 1700s. It is spoken in theatre through the appeal of symbolism, character development, stage setting and is show in plays such as Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House , Anton Chekhov's The Three Sisters and more important one is Noel coward' Vortex. The Vortex was the play which was written in 1924 by Noel Coward and this play…

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  • Drama Responding Analysis

    arts for Educators: Assessment 2 Drama Responding. Drama elements or “the elements”(Dinham,2011) how it’s referred to in delivering in authentic arts education, is building blocks of drama employed in shaping the dramatic action to create meaning in a film, book and song. These elements are important in dramatic performances because it shows you the “tools” you can work with to shape the dramatic presentation of ideas. By having the elements in your performance it enhances the performance and it…

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  • The Dreams Of Tipu Sultan Analysis

    division. In addition, the first focus is on the dreams which were dreamt by Tipu Sultan, because the whole play is centered on his dreams. Since the Title of the play, The Dreams of Tipu Sultan, that is why the dreams have a momentous role in the play. The title is directly related to the structure of the play. The seeds of the play are always found in the title. As a tree acquire its form from the seeds, as the seeds grow into plant and a plant become a tree and a tree bears leaves and…

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