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  • Tim's Nonverbal Communication
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    Interpersonal Project My friends and I play poker on a regular basis. One of my friends, let's call him Tim, constantly plays bad hands and often catches lucky breaks. Tim and I have been friends since middle school, but one night we got into a very big argument which almost became physical. In one particular hand, Tim made what was in my opinion a horribly bad call. Ask most poker players and they will tell you that they would have folded in this situation. Nonetheless, he got incredibly lucky ...
  • Conflict Between Walter And Beneatha
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    Conflict in A Raisin in the Sun In the play A Raisin in the Sun, the playwright Lorraine Hansberry depicts the life of an impoverished African American family living on the south side of Chicago. The Younger's, living in a small apartment and having dreams larger than the world in which the live, often use verbal abuse as a way to vent their problems. Many times, this verbal abuse leads to unnecessary conflict within the family. The most frequently depicted conflict is that between Walter and hi...
  • End Of The Play Orestes
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    Title: The Flies (Les Mooches) Author: Jean-Paul Sartre Publisher: Vintage International Edition, October 1989 Genre: Dramatic play Setting: City of Argos, Greece Minor characters: Aegistheus- He overthrows Agamemnon, makes Clytemnestra his wife and takes rule of Argos. He invents lies in order to make his people fear him. This only proofs that he is poor when it comes to having an actual strong character. A king shouldnt have to create lies. His people should both respect and fear him for his a...
  • Plays Title Crimes Of The Heart
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    The play, Crimes of the Heart, written by Beth Henley, is brilliantly charming, and Henley is completely deserving of her Pulitzer-Prize for this piece. My mother suggested I read this play because she says that I am very much like one of the main characters Lenny Magrath, and she said that I would be able to relate to many parts of the story. I found that the beginning of the play was somewhat slow and not very uplifting, but as the play progressed, I found it to be heart-warming, intriguing, a...
  • Every Character In Every Play
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    I found that one of the most common themes among Angels in America and almost all of the other plays was that of denial. As Ryan Childers said, Almost every character in this play is in denial. This makes a very good point. Many of the plays, movies and books that we experience generally have one or more characters that are in some kind of denial. This is very important to a story, and also very easy. Having a character that is in denial always gives several different options for an ending. The ...
  • Recurrent Theme Of Conflict Within The Play
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    Romeo and Juliet is a play rich in themes and moral messages. Some of these include love, hatred, loyalty and tragedy; however, the theme most consistent throughout the text is the theme of conflict. Despite the fact that outwardly, the entire storyline is based on the theme of love, it is the dispute, which serves as a backdrop to the other themes, and increases their importance within the storyline, that is the fundamental concept. Thus, conflict is the dominant theme in Romeo and Juliet. We s...
  • Friend Vs Friend Conflict
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    What conflicts arise in the play? How are they resolved? Are the resolutions acceptable to other characters? To yourself, the reader? I found that in the play "Riot", by Andrew Moodie that the conflicts that arose throughout the play were of a extent that had no boundaries. Throughout the play, Moodie successfully illustrates various types of character conflicts. Friend vs. friend, brother vs. sister, black vs. white and minorities vs. society. The friend vs. friend conflict is mainly on the bas...
  • Walter's Reaction To Conflict
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    A Raisin In The Sun – Character " sA Raisin In The Sun – Character's Reactions To Conflicts Throughout A Raisin in the Sun even the characters are faced with various conflicts, the inheritance, the new house, and the liquor store. In these conflicts all of the characters react in a different way. Walter reacts by giving in, Beneatha reacts by being selfish, and Mama reacts by being generous. They all react in a unique way, which is shown by examples in the play. Walter is one of thos...
  • Themes Of The Play
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    In any play, the opening act is essential to the purpose of outlining the main themes and characters of the piece. It also reveals the plot and the mood of the play to the audience. Act I of Hamlet is very successful in outlining these aspects and yet is also successful in highlighting the atmosphere of the play and in doing so, suggesting aspects of the play as a whole. Shakespeare communicates this using a variety of dramatic techniques and I will also be outlining these in this essay. One of ...

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