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  • Bad Ideas Of Racism In The Play
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    Anti-Semitism in The Merchant of Venice It is my strong belief that the play, 'The Merchant of Venice', should be taught in classes. If this play was banned from schools it would most certainly be a form of censorship. While minors rights are somewhat limited when it comes to this right, I think that even Minors should not be censored from this writing. The play teaches us about prejudice, and why it is wrong. People would see how everyone was hurt at one time or another by a prejudice, whether ...
  • References To God And Jesus
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    In Edward Albee controversial play, Whos Afraid of Virginia Woolf, religion plays a major, yet often overlooked theme. There are constant references to God and Jesus throughout the play; in the third act, The Exorcism, George recites the Requiem for the Dead, the Catholic funeral mass. Throughout the play, these religious references and the character of Honey come to symbolize the failure of religion. Albee added these references to point out the fact that although religion is and has been ubiqu...
  • Good Plays
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    In class we learned about a man named Goethe. He developed a way to critique any category of art, whether it be a poem, oil painting, or a play. According to the World Book Encyclopedia, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) was a German poet, novelist, and playwright. He ranks among the most important and influential writers of modern European literature. Goethe was also a leading thinker and scientist. The scope and originality of his literary works and the diversity of his intellectual pursu...
  • Macbeth As The King Of Scotland
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    Throughout Macbeth by William Shakespeare we see the transformation of the main character, Macbeth, from hero to villain. Translated, this basically means that Macbeth changes from a brave warrior to a serial killer! The story of Macbeth takes place in Scotland in the 11th century. Shakespeare has written a tragedy about how a Scottish nobleman (Macbeth) who plots the death of the King in order to become King himself. Due to the tragedy aspect, things do not really go according to plan! The firs...
  • Very Unusual Play
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    The play Vinegar Tom was a very unusual play. Everything in the play was very different and weird. Some of the parts in the play were very vulgar and obscene. The plot of this play confronted many issues dealing with men and women. Although this play was set many years ago, many of those issues still are around even today. This play was very interesting in that of the plot, but also the elements of the play. Some examples of these elements are the set, acting, and the reason behind some characte...
  • Early Stage In The Play Gerald
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    "The solid and substantial house, the champagne glasses, decanter of port and the cigars reflect the comfortable, rich lifestyle of the well-respected Birling family. "The light-hearted conversation shows Sheila as excitable, youthful and enthusiastic. However there is an edge to her on page 3 when she mentions 'last summer'. It is clear that they " ve had the conversation before, but as she won't let it go it shows she's got a nagging feeling about it. She even gives Gerald a 'half playful, hal...
  • Its Worth 3 Points
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    This is my essay about the NFL and its players. The NFL is divided into two leagues, the AFC and the NFC. In those divisions, they are divided into 3 conferences, the west, central, east. They both have about 14 teams each and they compete head to head. They start the game with a coin-toss. The winner chooses to either receive or kick-off, they do the opposite at half time. The game is divided in 4 quarters, 15 minutes each, with a break half way called half-time. On each team there are 56 playe...

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