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Thy Sovereign From Kate's Soliloquy
641 wordsThe Taming of the Shrew: Kate's Soliloquy Kate's soliloquy bring about a joyous conclusion to The Taming of the Shrew. The audience leaves the theatre with a pleasant feeling, glad that such a shrew could be tamed so well. Kate herself realised the error of her ways, making the men feel confident while making the women feel safe. Moreover, the audience found the speech to be very sound and sensible, as the views expressed in the play were extremely popular at that point in time. Kate, in realisi...
518 wordsThe methodology of the social sciences has evolved slowly. In this evolution, criticism has always performed an important function. Through the continuous interchange of ideas, information, and criticism, it became possible to institutionalize commonly accepted rules and procedures and to develop corresponding methods and techniques. This system of rules and procedures is the normative component of the scientific methodology. It defines the "rules of the game", and these in turn enable communica...
Balance Between Machine And Human
1,191 wordsSoroushBlade Runner, I Think, Therefore I Am In Ridley Scott's film, Blade Runner, the distinction between humans and machines, or, is blurred. Throughout the film, those that appear human regard as objects of possession. However, these continue to question this image for the audience through their intellectual, emotional and almost spiritual sense of being. This is supported not only by the dialogue that they have with humans, but also by the camera angles, mise-en-scene and lighting that Scott...
Hero And Anti Hero In Casablanca Rick And Victor
835 wordsThe Hero and Anti-Hero in Casablanca Casablanca is a very popular classic in which the audience is enlightened with a colourful combination of characters. The two prominent characters in the film, Rick Blane and Victor Lazlo, have a unique role because they portray the anti-hero and hero. These two character traits are critical because they differentiate the two main characters in the film. But, even though the anti-hero, Rick Blane, and hero, Victor Lazlo, have very different character personas...
Interesting For Mrs Popov
1,192 wordsThe Bear is a drama written by Anton Chekhov. It can be regarded as a comedy since it is to give audience entertainment and amusement. This is usually achieved by creating discrepancies among the characters and the audiences so that audiences may feel something strange and laugh. Although the conflict of this play is quite plain and straightforward, audience will not feel bored as such technique is applied smartly throughout the story. The theme is about a queer ish beginning of love between Mrs...
Feelings Of Pity And Fear In Macbeth
952 wordsAccording to the classical view, tragedy should arouse feelings of pity and fear in the audience. Does macbeth do this? Shakespeare's Macbeth is definitely a tragedy in the sense that it arouses feelings of pity and fear in the audience. Macbeth is a weak minded man who, if sees an opportunity for power follows his ambitions and takes it, even if this is not the rightful thing to do. He is easily persuaded and suffers great guilt. Macbeth the character on his own creates the feeling of pity and ...
386 wordsHow does the "surround-sound" technique work? Surround Sound which was introduced by Dolby Laboratories Inc to position sound around the audience so that the effects within movies would make them feel as though they were really there. The use of directional sound from different points in the room according to their depth, sharpness and clarity was the main goal. Starting off from a standard called Dolby Stereo, two separate channels were introduced, both left and right, so that other speakers co...
Ken During The Play
1,855 wordsDespite the fact that the main character spends the whole of the play confined to bed, what makes this an intriguing and entertaining play? The play's overall theme is founded upon the emotive and highly controversial issues surrounding euthanasia and assisted suicide. The matter presents many ethical and moral dilemmas to the characters in the play, to the reader, and in today's society the subject is still frequently topical. Prior to the 21st Century, assisted suicide was vastly regarded as s...
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