In the play King Lear, Lear re

In the play King Lear, Lear reaches old age without achieving any wisdom. This statement is very true, many evidences can be found throughout the acts. For example: Lear is ignorant of the truth, he only hears what he wants to hear and he makes several rash decisions that leads to his downfall. Although Lear […]

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Discrimination and prejudice play a large role in

todays society. Many of the victims consist of gay and lesbian people, women, and people of racial and ethnic groups. Prejudice is a judgement or an opinion formed before the facts are known. Discrimination, on the other hand, is an act toward someone or something with partiality or prejudice. It is one thing to be […]

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In the first three acts of the play Hamlet, King C

laudius go through a subtle, but defined change in character. Claudius role in the play begins as the newly corrinated king of Denmark. The former king, King Hamlet, was poisoned by his brother, Claudius, while he was asleep. Claudius, however, made it known to everyone that the king died of a snakebite in the garden, […]

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How to play poker!

THE RULES OF POKER Play it like only a stud can Poker is an ancient game of skill and strategy. While the initial hand dealt does help determine the outcome of the round, a good poker player can turn a seemingly bad hand into a winner. The strategy lies in the expressions of your opponents […]

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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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Play vs Essay and Poem

A play is a structured literary form of theatre that is used to highlight various issues in society. An essay is a structured written presentation about an issue, while a poem is a literal presentation of ideas using various styles such as repetition. Reading a play relating to sexual violence against women is immensely different […]

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Play Summary

A Streetcar Named Desire is a play written by American playwright Tennessee Williams in 1947. The action of the play takes place after World War II (in the 1940s), in New Orleans (Louisiana). It opens in a flat of a young couple, Stella and Stanley Kowalski. The ground floor apartment of Kowalski is in a […]

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What factors affect performance

RC Sherriff lived in 1896-1975. He himself was involved in the First World War – in which the play is based. He writes about his real life experiences during the war almost retelling the way him and his fellow soldiers lived and fought. The main characters are Company Commander Stanhope and Raleigh, who has everything […]

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Top Girls by Caryl Churchill

Top Girls by Caryl Churchill dramatises contemporary life in 1980s Britain depicting a time of change and shifting priorities and expectations as far as women were concerned within society. The period was characterised by Britain’s first female Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Yet unlike the country’s political agenda, Theatre was not driven by a female force. […]

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Given the abstraction of Waiting for Godot, does it make sense

Waiting for Godot is an extremely important play. In terms of the development of absurdist drama and of academic theory entering popular thought, this work is very significant. The play can only be understood within its historical context. As a piece of absurdist drama, indeed one of the defining moments of this genre, it relies […]

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