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Darkness at Noon

Darkness at Noon

Darkness at Noon. Arthur Koestler. Background. Who was Koestler? Context: I. Russian Revolution of 1917 Succession to Lenin? -- NEP -- First Five Year Plan -- Politics of succession: Trotsky/ Bukharin/Zinoviev --Moscow Trials: civilization? The “line”; intention. Succession. Trotsky.

By Pat_Xavi
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Greek Tragedy

Greek Tragedy

Greek Tragedy. Aim is catharsis of spectators, to arouse in them fear and pity and then purge them of these emotions. Structure. Prologue – opening Parodos – first ode or choral song chanted by chorus as they enter Ode – dignified, lyrical verse Strophe – chorus moves right to left

By erling
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Plot & Characterization

Plot & Characterization

Antar Abdellah. Plot & Characterization. Introduction . This chapter will look into narratives and precisely characterization , i.e. how characters are set up and developed and plot, i.e. how the actions and events unfold.

By lei
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Welcome...equipment out...ready to learn...Welcome...equipment out...ready to learn...

Welcome...equipment out...ready to learn...Welcome...equipment out...ready to learn...

Welcome...equipment out...ready to learn...Welcome...equipment out...ready to learn... . Extended Essay Othello Lessons 2 - 6 LQ: Can I analyse structure, form, language, themes and contexts in Othello ?. LQ: Can I analyse structure, form, language, themes and contexts in Othello ?. B4.

By randi
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Politics of Student Aid NCHER Legislative Conference

Politics of Student Aid NCHER Legislative Conference

Politics of Student Aid NCHER Legislative Conference. Dan Madzelan U.S. Department of Education (Retired). Dramatis Person ae. Executive Branch Congress Interest Groups The Pell Grant Program. Change Is Good (But You Go First). Windows of Opportunity Expanded Direct Lending

By lori
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Darkness at Noon

Darkness at Noon

Darkness at Noon. Arthur Koestler. Background. Who was Koestler? Context: I. Russian Revolution of 1917 Succession to Lenin? -- NEP -- First Five Year Plan -- Politics of succession: Trotsky/ Bukharin/Zinoviev --Moscow Trials: civilization? The “line”; intention. Succession. Trotsky.

By hayley
(193 views)

Chapter 6- The Major Education Policy Actors

Chapter 6- The Major Education Policy Actors

Chapter 6- The Major Education Policy Actors. Dr. Dan Bertrand LEEA 554. The Dramatis Personae of the Policy Drama. The individuals or groups who are actively involved in the policy process. Collectively they make up the Dramatis Personae or cast of characters.

By veata
(113 views)

Drama Conventions

Drama Conventions

Drama Conventions . DRAMA. Fiction Meant to be performed by actors for an audience. Written as a script. Drama = fiction. Includes all elements of fiction: Setting (usually more than one) Plot (acted out by the actors) Conflict Characters (portrayed by actors) Theme. Drama vs. prose.

By artie
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Drama as a Literary genre

Drama as a Literary genre

Drama as a Literary genre. Drama is the specific mode of fiction represented in performance . The term comes from a Greek word meaning "action" (Classical Greek: δρᾶμ α, drama), which is derived from the verb meaning "to do" or "to act" (Classical Greek: δράω , draō ). Types of drama.

By vangie
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Victorian Medievalism

Victorian Medievalism

Victorian Medievalism . The medieval age as a time of more order, more rules/chivalry? A more naturalistic time? A way to comment on their society without directly commenting on it?. William Holman Hunt, “The Lady of Shallott”. John Waterhouse, “Penelope and the Suitors”.

By sheryl
(91 views)

Drama Terms

Drama Terms

Drama Terms. By S. Huffman. Act. The major division of the play Typically corresponds to the division of the plot graph 5 Act Play: Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Catastrophe 3 Act Play: Exposition/Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action/Catastrophe . Actor.

By phuoc
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Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet. William Shakespeare. Tragedy. When the protagonist dies Caused by their tragic flaw or hamartia Essentially a good character, but their flaw in character causes their downfall. List of characters (Dramatis Personae) in Romeo and Juliet. Escalus , prince of Verona

By duena
(133 views)

Shakespeare

Shakespeare

Shakespeare. Semester 2, 2010. Shakespeare. A First in West Side History in the Modern Era! The Man His Time His Theatre The Language The Plays & Poems. Tentative Text/ Sources List. The Essential Shakespeare Handbook Richard III , A History

By gazit
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William Shakespeare Sonnets 1609

William Shakespeare Sonnets 1609

William Shakespeare Sonnets 1609. Aristotle 384-322 B.C. 1564-1616. Sonnet Structure There are fourteen lines in a Shakespearean sonnet. The first twelve lines are divided into three quatrains with four lines each.

By bgill
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