Antigone

The Women Characters Of Antigone

Antigone by Sophocles is one of the most distinguished pieces of theatrical work that reflects upon Greek mythology and culture. Antigone has several themes and circumstantial settings that can be indirectly referred or related to in modern society. Sophocles uses various and strategically placed characters to present his play as well as his themes. The […]

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Comparison of rpg characters and those that play t

hemRole-playing games are becoming increasingly popular in this age due the assistance of the Internet. In these types of game a person can assume a character and give this character a personality, physical features and live through them. All though in past years pen and paper types have dominated the rpg world, now MUDs are […]

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Three Female Characters in Greek Tragedies

Three Female Characters in Greek Tragedies Jim Creus Mrs. Baldi English IV 2/18/97 In the times of the ancient Greeks, women had an unpretentious role. They were expected to do take on the accepted role of a woman. In most cases, a woman’s role is restricted to bearing young, raising children, and housework. In Sophocles’ […]

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Transformation of Characters

Robinson Crusoe stands as an allegory or number of colonialism, not a display of it. Defoe had no direct know-how with plantations, South American seaboard peoples, oceanic voyages, the slave trade, or a colonial economy. What he “knew” came through the play of his fantasy on data from journey narratives, trade, geographies, etc. The actualism […]

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Portraying characters of Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House”

The play “A Doll’s House” protecting women’s rights, with such a rare boldness and passion for that time, revealed the tragedy of the human soul. There are not so many actresses in the whole cinematic world that could accurately convey the essence of Nora’s spiritual experiences, her despair and a loving heart. The actress, playing […]

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Faulkner’s characters problems of live and sexuality

Abstract The paper deals with the novel “A Rose for Emily” by William Faulkner. It is claimed that differences between the Southern and Northern way of life after the civil war are reflected in the main characters of the novel. The author showed himself in this writing as a master of narration, representation and portrayal. […]

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Phylogenetic Characters

The evolution of organisms over the ages has seen transformations from ancestral to more advanced forms. As much as most of the ancestral traits are retained, gradual modification and supplementation with new traits have led to improved living standards in their current environment. The study of organisms’ phylogeny aids in unraveling the differences and similarities […]

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The return of Robert B

Firstly we looked at the photo ‘The return of Robert B’ and described how the proxemics and physicality of the characters in the picture helped to depict relationships within the characters and individual emotions. Regarding proxemics the closeness of the children to the father showed confidence and independence in their own feelings. Physically they showed […]

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Willy Loman from Death of a Salesman and Boy Willie

When it comes to Willy Loman from “Death of a Salesman” and Boy Willie from the “Piano Lesson” it is no secret that these two main characters have a very unique personality. They both seem to be very headstrong and demanding whenever they wanted to get something done. They are good examples of representative and […]

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The Characters in Smiles of Summer Night by Ingmar Bergman

Persona (personae, plural) means role or mask in the Latin language. In literature, it refers to the character that is speaking in a certain story or narration. The persona is not necessarily the author although most of the time, the author is assumed to be the same persona he created. In the movie, its author […]

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