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  • Wife Of Bath And The Pardoner
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    Ms. Soil eau Canterbury Tales Essay There are many characters in the poem The Canterbury Tales, and some of them are more important than others. The Prioress, The Wife of Bath, and the Pardoner are some of the most important characters. They have some similarities and some differences, though they all have a purpose in the story. The Prioress is a bashful, sensitive, emotional woman. She overreacts over any small tragedy such as the death of a small animal. She is compassionate and proper. The P...
  • Play Everyman
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    The Parable of the Talents therefore refers to the metaphor 'life is a precious possession. ' If you have many talents, you must 'invest' them wisely -- use them as you should use material goods, in a charitable way. If you have a few talents, you must invest them wisely as well. Even if you have only one talent, you must invest it wisely and do good in the world with that talent. In an important way, the play Everyman demonstrates the ways in which a person who does have talents (Good Deeds tha...
  • Movie Strangers On A Train
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    Stranger On A Train According to me, the model of 'the classic cinema' is respected in the movie Strangers On a Train. The movie starts on a train, where we are introduced to the two main characters, having a conversation. The subject of the conversation is basically the most important part of the setup. By listening to them, we could predict the direction that the story was going towards. Throughout the rest of the introduction, we are introduced to the rest of the important characters. The fir...
  • Play Everyman
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    In the medieval play Everyman, the author uses the play as a piece of didactic literature. Everyman is a morality play that uses an individual, Everyman, to represent all men. The play dramatizes his reckoning with death and salvation to show that when one dies, all of the things one lives for are taken away, and only your good deeds succeed. He uses the characters to teach a moral. The main character in the play, Everyman, serves as the embodiment of everyman in the world. The moral of this pla...
  • Important Character In Everyman
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    The Moral of Everyman Everyman, an English morality play, is an allegory of death and the fate of the soul. Summoned by Death, Everyman calls on Fellowship, Goods and Strength for help, but they desert him. Only Good Deeds and Knowledge remain faithful and lead him toward salvation. Everyman represents, in a worldly sense; every man. The play unfolds as he wrestles with his own qualities, whether they be good or evil. The way Everyman reacts to these qualities is impressive as they morally oblig...
  • Places Over Middle Earth The Author
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    The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tol kein I will talk about the plot and character development, setting, and my opinions in the following paragraphs. Plot: Bilbo is the main character and protagonist of this book. He is a hobbit who lives in the shire and dislikes adventures. I personally like him. He's very likeable. Smog is probably the main antagonist. He's a huge fire breathing, jewel encrusted, beast that lives in a giant cavern. There are other antagonists in the book also, smog is just one of them. O...
  • Miller's Points Of Tragedy
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    There are six elements that Aristotle sees are essential to dramatic tragedy. There are plot-structure, characters, style, thought, spectacle and lyric-poetry. Aristotle thinks that the most important is structure. I agree with Aristotle when he says, "Without action you would not have a tragedy". Which is why structure is so important in building the action of the plot. And then without characters you have no plot. So plot-structure and characters are the two most important parts. Thought is wh...

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