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The Reasons why the Renaissance started in Italy Essay

The Renaissance started in Italy for many different reasons. For one, the Italians simply saw what they used to be… The ancient city of Rome, mainly. They also probably wanted stability, with all this war and church nonsense going around. Finally, they needed something to do in these dark times, I would imagine. Rome was…

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Evolution of tribal culture Essay

The arrival of Mr Brown as a harmless missionary is the first hand experience the people of Umuofia have with the white men. Mr Brown is a gentle unthreatening man who treats the Umuofians with respect. He even becomes accepted by the elders of the clan. They may not agree with his beliefs and customs…

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Choose a scene in Blood Brothers Essay

“Blood Brothers” was written by Willy Russell, Willy was born in Whiston on the outskirts of Liverpool in 1947. The play Blood Brothers was first performed in a secondary school in Fazakerly, a suburb of Liverpool in 1982. On the first night it was performed in front of four hundred pupils, there were minimal props,…

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A London Fete and The Badger Essay

‘A London Fete’ by Coventry Patmoore paints a vivid picture of a public hanging in the middle of London. ‘The Badger’ by John Clare describes a badger being captured, baited and eventually killed. Both of the poets portray these events in a highly negative way showing that they are against these events continuing. However, ‘A…

How does Dickens use language to explore this idea of fog all over London Essay

In “Bleak House”, Dickens uses language to create an atmosphere of fog all over London. He uses different techniques to do this, one of which is a variation of sentence length and another is his punctuation. He also uses repetition and personification. Firstly the lengths of the sentences are short or long. At the beginning…

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Lenny – The boy who wanted to be a train Essay

The idea of a story about a boy trying to become a train deterred me from wanting to see the play, however, I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the performance and the engaging way in which the story was told. Originally written as a radio show, I saw Lenny – The boy who…

Ethno-Graphics and the Moving Body Essay

In Evans-Pritchard’s classic monograph on Nucr religion (1956) there is a photograph illustrating a wedding dance, the caption under which reads, ‘Movement in the Wedding Dance’ (fig. 1). This photograph raises an impor tant anthropological question: where is the movement? Rather than single out Evans-Pritchard for unwarranted criticism, I intend to use this as an…

Ancient Greece The story of Medea Essay

In Ancient Greece, the name of the monstrous murdering mother Medea was well- known. The story of Medea, the mysterious sorcerer-princess who helped Jason steal the famous Golden Fleece from her father, is a mythical romance with a terrible, terrible ending. Splendid’s new creative adaptation puts the audience at the heart of the performance, as…

History of Math – Leonardo ‘Bigollo’ Pisano Essay

Leonardo Passion(1170-1250) was an Italian number theorist, who was con-sided to be one of the most talented mathematicians in the Middle Ages. However, He was better known by his nickname Fibonacci, as many venturesome were named after it. In addition to that, Fibonacci himself some-times used the name Bigot, which means good-for-nothing or a traveler….

Fortune Theatre in London Essay

My GCSE Drama group went to see ‘The Woman in Black’ at the Fortune Theatre in London on the 15th of January 2011 . The play is adapted by Stephen Mallatratt but was based on original novel by Susan Hill. Summary: The Woman in black is a chilling tale of obsession, death and unforgettable horror….

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Tragic memory Essay

When I first read ‘Two’ by Jim Cartwright, I didn’t understand it, but as we’ve been looking deeper in to it, I now understand his style, and I think it’s very clever. He writes in such a way that it makes you think deeper, in ways the relationship’s between the couples is quite authentic. I really…

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The Red light Essay

But when Mr Kipps got downstairs, a dark, Red light marked the door, which immediately represented the door as something important. The Red light represented a sense of evil, and that something dangerous was behind the door. It also sent a message to the audience, which was a warning to the actor for him not…

Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan Essay

I have decided to compare in detail ‘Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan’ by Moniza Alvi, and ‘Search for my Tongue’ by Sujata Bhatt, because these are the two poems that I find most interesting. I shall begin by discussing them individually in some (hopefully not too much) detail. ‘Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan’ is a…

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Leonardo’s list of inventions Essay

Anemometer- helicopter- ornithology-Dad Vinci was fascinated by birds. He watched them, sketched them and borrowed ideas from them for his inventions. One of the results of this fascination was the ornithology, a device conceived by dad Vinci that would theoretically have allowed humans to soar through the air like birds. While dad Vine’s parachute would…

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Dickens portrait of England Essay

Dickens felt that the way in which the rationalised education structure, emotionally stunted people, was a component in the unsuccessful relationships between Victorian men and women. Due to Louisa’s repressive education and upbringing, she is unable to see an alternative to marrying Mr Bounderby as she has not been allowed ideas of her own, and would…

Making waves Essay

Exit, pursued by a bear” is a bit of a stretch for most theatres producing The Winter’s Tale. But on radio, this stage direction stretches imagination rather than resources: A bear’s roar, a man’s terrified scream and off? Maybe a narrator stating it simply and chillingly? Or with a smile in his voice, as with…

‘Waltz’ in three dimensions Essay

Paula Vogel always encourages the students in her MFA playwriting workshop at Brown University to write plays that can be staged for under $100. The exercise is less concerned with teaching her novice playwrights how to negotiate the deplorable state of funding for the arts than it is to get them to rethink the theatrical…

Acting’s in my blood Essay

The playbill for a show presented at Arizona State University’s Institute for Studies in the Arts reads: “Two One-Act Plays performed as part of the Performance Induced Personality Transformation & Immunity Project.” Further along, the program contains this eye-opener: “Because we need to draw blood and have it shipped by 5 p.m. each day, we…

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At home in the world Essay

For everyone, home is a basic existential experience. What a person perceives as home (in the philosophical sense of the word) can be compared to a set of concentric circles, with one’s “I” at the center. My home is the room I live in for a time, the room I’ve grown accustomed to and have,…

A fire in the basement Essay

A jolt of energy, imagination, color and creativity hit the San Francisco and New York theatre communities this past season, and it came from an unexpected quarter: the Soviet Union. Not from the new Russia, jittery and vibrant with the ongoing process of perestroika; not from the twilight of old Russia, where Chekhov and Stanislavsky…

American sentiment, British sensibility Essay

For a country that mounts a lot of American theatre, England doesn’t seem particularly to like it. Reviewing Tina Howe’s Painting Churhes, which expired on the West End after several weeks in February following the worst set of reviews in recent memory, Michael Billington in the Guardia wrote of a “crisis in American drama from…

Body language Essay

Nora: flesh-coloured. Aren’t they beautiful? …… Nara: (look sat him for a moment) shame on you (flicks him on the ear with the stocking) (pg66-67) Nora is excited and cheerful most of the time so her body language is also quite childish just like her, she is always jumping clapping or fiddling. Nora:(walks around the…

16th Century England Essay

Tranio easily slips into the role of a traditional master and upper class gentleman. Tranio’s speech about how he intends to woo Bianca impresses even the intellectual, Gremio, who remarks: “What, this gentleman will out-talk us all! ” Unlike Grumio, Tranio is able to gain his own power and respect. He slips easily into the…

Analysis of the poem Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan Essay

Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan is a poem about a young girl of mixed race and the difficulty she finds with fitting in, or feeling a part of either, the Pakistani or the English culture. The young girl in the poem is describing gifts that were sent to her in England from Pakistan. The…

Titanic’s silence Essay

Gerald: “And, what if he does know?” Mr Birling: “Then we’ll have to think quickly, won’t we?” There is silence for a couple of minutes. They are all waiting for a knock at the door. Mrs Birling: “When the Inspector arrives this time, I’m going to ask him for some proof of identity. I don’t want to be…

British Empire Essay

Wexford and Burden both have stable marriages and family backgrounds. Wexford is married to Dora, and Burden to Jenny. We can see that the two couples are on good terms with each other as the two police officers often go out for drinks together and are on good terms with each other. Also, we know…

A Chinese Poem translated by Ezra Pounds Essay

“The River-Merchant’s Wife: A Letter” is a poem originally composed by Li-Po in 701-762 AD, then translated by Ezra Pound. The poem was translated in 1915 and was published as part of Cathay, Pound’s collection. This “Letter” Poem is not written in rhyme, however the images and musical tones found within the prose compensate for…

News to go to London Essay

Pip feels very blank and confused about becoming apprenticed to be a black smith because it was his childhood dreams of becoming a blacksmith but now as he crew up and had a ‘Great Expectation’ of becoming a gentleman he changed his mind and didn’t want to become a blacksmith any more and he felt…

Crime in London Essay

“This night of all nights!” and “You go alone,” suggests that there are deeper perils than what the man expects, the woman effectively saying that he cant count on them because he’s made his own bed and has to lie in it. This suggests to the reader that many dangers lie ahead for the man….

The Columbus conundrum Essay

The line between sea and sky is erased in the blinding white light of the Gulf of Cadiz. Five hundred years ago Christopher Columbus gazed across these horizonless waters, plotting his voyage to the Canary Islands and then west, on to the fabled golden citadels of Asia – or so he believed. When he finally…

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