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  • Oedipa And The Reader
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    The Crying of Lot 49 offers two journeys into the text: that of it's protagonist Oedipa, and that which the reader is forced to take with her. His brilliant use of detail and word plays blur the lines between the two. The main factor in this journey is chaos, here referred to by it's more scientific name entropy. Oedipa and the reader get lost in a system of chaos and the task of deciphering the clues within the intricate system. The reader has no choice but to become part of this system through...
  • Family In The Play
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    Buried Child Sam Shepard has always written plays that have numerous illusions to frustrate the reader. Shepard has also been known for several twists in his plays, and also makes the reader believe in something that is not real. Born in 1943, Shepard always enjoyed Theatre and Playwriting. Now, nearly 60 years of age, Shepard is one of the most famous playwrights in America. In Shepard's Buried Child, there are many twists and turns that have the reader wondering and wanting more. Buried Child ...
  • Play Antigone By Sophocles
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    The play 'Antigone'; by Sophocles displays many qualities that make it a great tragedy. A tragedy is defined as a dramatic or literary work in which the principal character engages in a morally significant struggle ending in ruin or profound disappointment. In creating his tragedy 'Antigone'; , Sophocles uses many techniques to create the feelings of fear and pity in his readers. This in turn creates an excellent tragedy. In order for a play to be considered a tragedy it must achieve the purgati...
  • Pygmalion And My Fair Lady
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    My Fair Lady and Pygmalion: Connections and Contrasts Through the years, countless film directors have adapted and recreated various novels and plays to make them ideal for the big-screen. In many cases, directors strive to keep their screenplay adaptations true to the original literature; however, viewers often find contrasts in certain areas of the film. George Bernard Shaw, author of the play Pygmalion, who had passed away prior to the production of My Fair Lady in 1964, therefore, he could n...
  • Anti Theatrical Aspects Of The Play
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    In the first essay, written by Jean Howard, the main idea or thesis seems to focus on the anti theatrical aspects of the play. The actual thesis would be Shakespeare employs anti theatrical discourse in a way that advantages certain social groups without calling attention to the fact that it does that. Howard takes a Marxist approach to the play. She looks at how the conflict intertwines itself and makes a constant reference to the social aspects of each of the characters in the play. Howard sta...
  • Play King Lear
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    The Canterbury tales emphasize men and women along with the roles that they play. Specifically in marriage, Geoffrey Chaucer has etched out a tradition of literary brilliance. He has taken it upon himself to reverse roles and give women favor over the men. In this way, Chaucer is considered as a pioneer. In several of his tales women are aggressive, self-willed, and powerful. Some of Chaucer male characters are against tradition too. In The Wife of Baths Tale the first female character introduce...
  • Effect Weak Educational And Recreational Facilities
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    Rhetorical Analysis Courtland Milloy, an African American columnist for the Washington Post, examines the effects inadequate educational facilities have on children. His article, "Young Minds Injured by Our Inattention", is focused towards the ethnically and socially diverse adults of the Washington area. Milloy's intention in speaking is to explore the problems society has with it's educational system. Although effectively appealing to emotions and values, Milloy lacks strong arguments of chara...
  • Struggle To Survive In The Play
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    A Struggle to Survive in the Play "A Raisin in the Sun" The play A Raisin in the Sun was generating from a poem. This poem is talking about the everyday struggles of African Americans and making it in the real world. Also about dreams and how they can easily turn into nightmares. But no matter what the outcome of the dream is, it is reality. The poem is like a vision of a big question, asking, what happens to a dream that is deferred? In the end it kind of gives the reader a vague answer. Which ...
  • Agamemnon Aeschylus
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    Aeschylus? Agamemnon Aeschylus? Agamemnon Aeschylus? Agamemnon Essay, Research Paper Aeschylus? Agamemnon tells the story of what happened to the Greek hero Agamemnon when he returns home to Myceneae. Cassandra, daughter of Priam, king of Troy, plays a powerful figure in the play because she foretells the doom of Agamemnon and of herself through visions of a curse upon his household.? Agamemnon, you will see him dead? , (p. 544, l. 1262) Cassandra tells the reader. Nobody believes anything she s...

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