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    Medical drama has always been a fairly popular genre on television, but it has grown so much within the past few years. What exactly is medical drama? A medical drama is a televised show that has a setting of a hospital, or surgery room, and typically has characters acting as doctors or nurses. During these medical shows more events happen beyond the medical part, and goes further than the events that pertain to the characters’ job. A typical medical drama portrays some aspects of characters’ personal lives including their love lives, finances, etc. One of the most popular shows in today’s society that has successfully exploded across the nation is Grey’s Anatomy. Grey’s Anatomy began early in the 2000s, but has gained most of its’ success past 2010s. The show…

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    Due to the roaring popularity in medical TV shows such as Greys Anatomy & House, there has been a great concern pertaining to the shows providing false medical information. This may be an issue if nonmedically educated people are consistently being informed with false information; or if they are being injected with a inaccurate mental portrayal of how doctors and/or medical professionals act when they are on the job. Although these shows provide a great source of entertainment to the general…

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    "It's A Beautiful Day to Save Lives" Breaking news! A medical drama television show, which first aired in 2005, has taken America by storm. If you're like me, you must be deathly bored on week nights. Always searching high and low for something to occupy your time! Call off the search dogs, and turn on the TV. We've found the perfect solution for your Thursday nights, if you want to watch it on ABC's network. Even better, we've found the perfect solution for every night if you're a netflix…

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    Unrealistic Expectations

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    and House romanticize the hospital as a place of continual social and emotional drama among the staff and patients. While hospital personnel are socializing, patients experience incredible trauma all around them. However, they seem to be able…

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    Steel Magnolias Melodrama

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    Of course not all of the big dramatic scenes in the movie play music over the characters depicting the emotions they are feeling at the time, but like most melodrama there are plenty of examples of it throughout the movie. Perhaps the first example of this comes near the beginning of the movie when Shelby is getting her hair done before the wedding. Music starts to drown out the conversation that the ladies are having in the salon as the camera moves closer to Shelby as she has a medical problem…

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    Ironically, my attempt to separate myself from drama only became a drama. One incident around Christmas time became a huge fiasco that involved my family, social media and rude comments meant only to hurt. I think we all thought that being removed and in Chicago would remove the problem of these two bullies. Knowing I was targeted did not sway me from trying to apologize for actions I did not commit. I only wanted them Sydni and Remington to leave me alone and stop talking about me with other…

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    Though simple in plot, the themes in this drama are profound and share the stage limelight just as much as the main characters. In the story there is the mama and her two kids Walter Lee and Bennie, and Walter’s wife Ruth, and their kid Travis. Each have their own dream and goal that they want achieved but struggle due to the circumstances they 're living at the moment. Walter Lee wants to invest in a liquor store to bring revenue and profit home. Bennie wants to go to medical school and become…

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    Tragedy is as prominent today as it was during its origins in ancient Greece. It is a dramatic and literary archetype that instills a dreary ambience within various works of literature. Through the characterization, it “treats in a serious and dignified style the sorrowful or terrible events encountered or caused by a heroic individual” (Britannica). Although, tragedy was originally intended for the stage, it has been utilized by numerous literary works. The origins of the term, Tragedy are…

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    Essay On Greek Theater

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    Greek Theater Greek drama is said to have its roots from Athenian seasonal festivals honoring Dionysus, the god of wine and fertility. These festivals occurred around 700 B.C.; they were filled with drunkenness and sexuality. Scholars believe there were four festivals during each of the seasonal change periods. The festival related to the Greek people planting, tending the vine, harvesting, and wine-making was in early December. This was called the Festival of Vintage. There was a…

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    is Euripides. Nineteen of his plays survived, but he has had fewer victories than the others.(4) Euripides introduced a strange views of Greek myths, by seeing them in new views or judging mythological characters in terms of their human weaknesses.(4) He is extremely influential in modern schools of tragic drama. The Surviving Comedy Playwright Sadly, only one comic authors work survived from ancient times. His name was Aristophanes and was the frequent winner of theater competitions. He first…

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