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  • Persuasive Speech On How To Perform Shakespeare Monologue

    meaning while having some of the highest stake performances of your life. Why oh why, do we have to perform Shakespeare monologues as part of our auditions? For one reason or another, the two contrasting monologue audition has become the standard for auditioning for the school play, getting accepted into college theatre and acting programs, acquiring money for college scholarships, and going beyond into master’s degree and actor conservatory programs. Almost every notice you see strongly…

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  • The Vagina Monologues Summary

    online about her work and the truth she has told to the public media over the years. I plan to research these questions by reading articles, watching videos on sites such as YouTube.com, and watching Eve Ensler’s TED talks to gather information about her. I also plan to read her play and possibly watch the TV movie called The Vagina Monologues to gather further knowledge on Eve Ensler’s efforts. Summary of Evidence Eve Ensler is an American playwright, performer, feminist, and activist, best…

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  • My Last Duchess Dramatic Monologue

    “My Last Duchess” by Robert Browning is a poem written in the form of a dramatic monologue. In it, the speaker describes the portrait of his late wife to the servant of a prospective bride’s father. Throughout the description, the speaker’s sociopathy is made increasingly clear, with the heavily implication that he was the actual cause of the wife’s demise. Browning reveals the prideful, control-obsessed, and sociopathic character of the speaker through self-boasting, caesuras in the monologue,…

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  • Book Of The Duchess Monologue Analysis

    In The Book of the Duchess, Chaucer uses the genre of the dream vision in order to show off his intellectual knowledge and his artistic capabilities. Therefore, true to his nature, Chaucer reveals not just one ‘truth’ but a series of truths as he emulates the work of other great poets and tries to appease the wishes of his patron, John of Gaunt and the memory of his departed wife, Lady Blanche the Duchess of Lancaster – whilst seeking recognition for his own literary greatness. The Book of the…

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  • Soliloquy In Hamlet

    The true meaning is proven from not only the textual evidence of the soliloquy itself, but also the acts that follow, as well as the information the reader develops from addressing such important aspects as the situation of the scene and the relation of other speeches, monologues, and soliloquies throughout the rest of the play. From acknowledging the situation in which the soliloquy is read, the reader is better able to truly understand the meaning, that Hamlet’s soliloquy in act III is not…

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  • Themes In Jess Walter's Please And We Live In Water

    Walter’s use of dialogue and interior monologue allows readers a glimpse of the raw emotions and unfiltered thoughts of these two flawed, but loving fathers that humanize them and creates an emotional connection that evolves into empathy. Dialogue in “Please” is scant, yet it is how the few words are spoken that conveys the underlying tension and feelings that Tommy has. The story starts with Tommy picking up his son for a visit and from the first utterance of “What the hell, Carla?” (Walter…

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  • Moral And Revenge Tragedy In William Shakespeare's Hamlet

    William Shakespeare is history’s most greatest, influential, and philosophical playwright. His most acclaimed work, Hamlet, is extensively studied and analyzed as it confronts and speaks openly about many moral, ethical, emotional truths and dilemmas. Hamlet is a revenge tragedy, in which the indecisive and contemplative protagonist is driven to avenge his father’s death, yet the act of his revenge is necessarily delayed in order to highlight Hamlet’s emotional and psychological complexity. The…

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  • Poetic Techniques In My Last Duchess By Robert Browning

    We all have an inner monologue in which we contemplate our world and our lives. These never-ending internal conversations are what guide our thoughts and actions and even our perception of the people around us. Robert Browning is famous for his poetic style of dramatic monologue, which he often uses to create the illusion of continuous thought. Utilizing a variety of techniques, he is able to bring about the effect of spontaneity, as exemplified in his poem “My Last Duchess.” Within this…

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  • My Last Duchess By Robert Browning

    Robert Browning was born May 7, 1812 in Camberwell, London. His father was a senior clerk in the Bank of England. However, his mother was a talented pianist. Browning’s love for writing dramatic monologues came from his father who also had a love for art and literature. Browning attended two schools, Rev. Thomas Ready and the University of London. However, Browning only lasted half a year in the college (Welcome… np). On September 12, 1846, Robert Browning married Elizabeth Barrett, who was…

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  • Alliteration In My Last Duchess

    The reader is therefore intentionally left to wonder if the poem as spoken by the Count has a deeper subliminal meaning; that it reflects his own dysfunctionality. Simultaneously, alliteration and assonance are present throughout the entire poem, giving a series of smooth transitions from line to line, despite the Count actually being in a monologue for the entire poem. Robert Browning used the A-B rhyme scheme throughout “My Last Duchess” to intentionally pair with the assonance of the O’s of…

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