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  • Chorus In The Tragedy
    775 words
    In the drama Oedipus Rex, the chorus portrays the most complicated roles of the play. The chorus interprets the sympathy that the audience feels for the tragic character of Oedipus into melodic prose and dramatic emotion. The chorus in the tragedy is also responsible for increasing the dramatic irony. The audience is aware of Oedipus's guilt through the omniscience of the chorus, and the chorus is successful in increasing the effect of the tragedy through this. The tragedy speaks through the cho...
  • Good Magic Tricks
    1,597 words
    Many events were unexplainable and maybe even seemed to be magical before science evolved to what it is today. All questions relating to the origin of life can be answered scientifically. One may question their beliefs based on scientific theory. Human life can be broken down to fundamental theory. Not only geological or biological, but also all events can be answered scientifically. Magic and magicians have certain function in society. The impossible becomes unexplainable, whether it is fact or...
  • Effective Speakers In Order
    783 words
    Day in and day out we are exposed to different types of speakers. On television we see reporters, announcers, and talk show hosts. At school we encounter guest speakers and professors. We may not be asking ourselves if he or she is an effective speaker but unintentionally we are. We need to have effective speakers in order for us to understand what is happening now and what has happened in the past. And also to learn about the old and the new. There are several things to look for in an effective...
  • Essay Young
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    Mike Taylor Ms. Kegel 12-02-98 In the essay "Making Single Motherhood Normal", the writer Iris Marion Young uses many strategies to make her piece rhetorically effective. When writing the piece, Young considers many factors such as her audience, the style in which she writes it, the content of her message, and the credibility she wants to display about herself. One aspect of her essay that Young kept the greatest consideration for, was the audience she was trying to reach. She kept this factor i...
  • Border Patrol State By Leslie Marmon Silko
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    In the essay "The Border Patrol State" by Leslie Marmon Silko, she tries to inform her audience about her personal feelings for the Border Patrol by portraying the unfair and unruly implementation of the powers that are assigned to Border Patrol officers. She accompanies her thoughts and facts about the Border Patrol with experiences from other individuals who have come across the same type of problems as she encountered. Silko uses these visualizations and facts to sway the audience into believ...
  • Performer In The Autonomous Stage Of Learning
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    Abstract This project investigates whether an audience has an effect on basketball players when shooting free throws. This project also considers how much effect there is and what the effect is, depending on the stage of learning of the participants. To investigate the hypotheses, 15 participants were chosen and placed into either a cognitive, associative or an autonomous group depending on their basketball ability, (this was determined using a questionnaire). Each participant performed 5 free t...

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