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'The Play's the Thing': Analyzing Six Passages from William Shakespeare's Plays

Analysis of William Shakespeare's Hamlet (Act V, Scene ii), As You Like It (Act II, Scene vii), Richard III (Act I, Scene ii), The...

Character Relationships, William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream and 'the Play Within the Play'

In six pages this paper examines the 'play within the play' involving the character relationships of famous Shakespearean couples ...

The Play's the Thing by Ted C. Fishman

safety factors mentioned above, kids are able to work out their penned up frustrations, improve dexterity and experience what it i...

Act II Scene ii of Hamlet Within the Play's Overall Context

In six pages the response of Rosencrantz and Guilderstern to Claudius and Gertrude, the response of Claudius to 'The Murder of Gon...

Comparative Analysis of August Wilson's Play Fences and Lorraine Hansberry's Play A Raisin in the Sun

While some claim this is a story of "An African American family pursuing the American dream of owning a home" it is really about o...

August Wilson’s Fences

August Wilson's 1985 Pulitzer Prize-winning play, "Fences" thoughtfully examines the escalating racial tensions in America during ...

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Anonymous Published on 06/10/2004 36895 Reads Plays

Long Day Journey Into Night - Eugene O’Neill

In the play Long Day’s Journey Into Night by Eugene O’Neill, the Tyrone family is haunted not by what is present in flesh facing t...

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knoxville Published on 10/29/2004 10850 Reads Plays

Oedipus A Victim of Fate

In the play Kind Oedipus, by Sophocles, Oedipus is caught in a series of tragic circumstances. When only a few days old he is lef...

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colakid Published on 10/30/2004 14278 Reads Plays

All My Sons - Arthur Miller

“I think the tragic feeling is evoked in us when we are in the presence of a character who is ready to lay down his life, if need ...

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Anonymous Published on 10/30/2004 17260 Reads Plays

Long Days Journey Into Night: Mary Tyrone's Personal Journey

Long Days Journey Into Night: Mary Tyrone's Personal Journey into Night The dependence of men upon Mary in Eugene O'Neil's Long...

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drinksbeer Published on 01/06/2005 16386 Reads Plays

Medea by Euripides

In the play Medea, by Euripides, many techniques are incorporated to augment the compelling persona of the protagonist, Medea. She...

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Anonymous Published on 06/19/2005 14782 Reads Plays

Character and Role of the Fool in King Lear

The Role and Character of Fool in King Lear The usual method of analyzing Shakespeare’s characters is to tabulate what they say...

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sujata2123 Published on 07/14/2005 17505 Reads Plays

The Cherry Orchard by Chekhov is Tragic but not a Tragedy

The Cherry Orchard by Chekhov is tragic but not a tragedy It is very difficult to pigeonhole the modern drama into a tragedy or a...

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Anonymous Published on 07/17/2005 7755 Reads Plays

Passion is Instrument of Self-Extinction in Blood Wedding

[size=18:d2d9296eb7]Passion is the instrument of self-extinction in Blood Wedding [/size:d2d9296eb7] In the play Blood Wedding, L...

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Anonymous Published on 07/17/2005 6827 Reads Plays

Colonel Redfern and Class Change In Look Back In Anger

Colonel Redfern and Class Change 'In Look Back In Anger' By John Osborne The class change is present in almost every country ...

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Anonymous Published on 07/25/2005 12187 Reads Plays

Nut Cracker Performance Concert Version

NutCracker Performance CONCERT VERSION By Piotr Ilich Tchaikovsky This exquisite piece performed by the University Symph...

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Anonymous Published on 07/27/2005 4429 Reads Plays

Idealism in Major Barbara

Idealism in ''Major Barbara'' I believe there are two different types of people: those who view matters realistically and tho...

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Anonymous Published on 08/10/2005 4433 Reads Plays

The Twisted Mind of Abigail Williams

The Twisted Mind of Abigail Williams Arthur Miller was one of many people brought in front of a congressional committee durin...

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Anonymous Published on 08/28/2005 11001 Reads Plays

Paper on Henry Ibsen's Play Ghosts

Paper on Henry Ibsen's Play, Ghosts Ghosts by Henry Ibsen is a play that pokes fun of the society in Norway around the 1880’s;...

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Anonymous Published on 08/29/2005 5885 Reads Plays

Play Review On Hamlet

Play Review On Hamlet PLAY REVIEW Carousel, the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic musical, has been revived in a stunning ne...

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Anonymous Published on 08/31/2005 3639 Reads Plays

Analysis of The Crucible on Form and Structure

Arthur Miller’s. ‘The Crucible’ has been written in a contrite style using four definite acts but uses a naturalistic style to sho...

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xsparklyvix Published on 09/05/2005 18157 Reads Plays

Analysis of Abigail's Party in performance

Describe how and why your own experience of watching (rather than participating in as a performer ect) ONE piece of drama (e.g pla...

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xsparklyvix Published on 09/05/2005 7065 Reads Plays

The Crucible Plot Summary

Plot Summary Act 1 The play begins on Rev. Parris praying by the bedside of his daughter Betty who has turned strange overnig...

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xsparklyvix Published on 09/05/2005 13809 Reads Plays

Streetcar Named Desire Importance of Stage Directions

With reference to the first four scenes of the play, discuss the significance of setting and stage directions to our understanding...

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xsparklyvix Published on 09/05/2005 16476 Reads Plays

16th and 17th Century Performance Conditions

16th and 17th Century Performance Conditions  The stage was covered with straw or rushes. There may have been a painted...

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xsparklyvix Published on 09/05/2005 13476 Reads Plays

Language Analysis on The Crucible

Language in The Crucible One of the most remarkable aspects of ‘The Crucible’ is Miller's creation of believable dialogue. Mil...

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xsparklyvix Published on 09/05/2005 20395 Reads Plays

19th century performance conditions

19th Century Performance Conditions 1800-1900 Theatre of the Time o Much larger theatres – Drury Lane (3000) Acting space d...

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xsparklyvix Published on 09/06/2005 9029 Reads Plays

Comparison of Virginia Woolf by Albee and The Tempest

“A drama of lost illusions, of bitter wisdom and fragile hope.” How appropriate is this description of the two plays you have s...

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xsparklyvix Published on 09/06/2005 7304 Reads Plays

Speech on Scene 5 of Streetcar Named Desire

A streetcar named Desire possesses many themes and scene 5 is no exception. The first predominant theme in scene 5 is the theme of...

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xsparklyvix Published on 09/06/2005 6446 Reads Plays

18th century performance conditions

18th Century performance conditions 1700 -1800 Theatre of the time  Playhouses open  Side and stage boxes use...

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xsparklyvix Published on 09/06/2005 10141 Reads Plays