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Southern Gothic

Southern Gothic

Southern Gothic. Literature. Background. Sub-genre of the Gothic style Popular in Europe in 1800s Frankenstein by Mary Shelley Dracula by Bram Stoker Unique to American literature relies on supernatural, ironic, or unusual events to guide the plot

By MikeCarlo
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Nigel A. Caplan Michigan State University caplan@msu

Nigel A. Caplan Michigan State University caplan@msu

Video IS Strand: Evolving Uses of Video From Screen to Stage to Real Life: Focusing on Pragmatic Form through Video-Inspired Drama Activities. Nigel A. Caplan Michigan State University caplan@msu.edu. Outline. Rationale Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are ESL Students A Streetcar named Drama

By taran
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American Literature

American Literature

American Literature. Lecture Notes!!. FYI. ~Genre(s)= Type of Classification ~Look at Historical Genres ~8 Genres (or historical periods). I. Colonial Period (1620-1732). Puritan-Calvinist writing (Religious) a. John Winthrop Winthrop’s Journal (1649)

By lorenzo
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Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day's Journey into Night Williams’ Streetcar named desire

Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day's Journey into Night Williams’ Streetcar named desire

Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day's Journey into Night Williams’ Streetcar named desire. The beginning of the plays The ending of the plays Differences and similarities in terms of structure and characters. Themes Plot. A Quick review of the two Plays.

By chad
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Creating and Presenting.

Creating and Presenting.

Creating and Presenting. CONTEXT: Whose Reality Death of a Salesman. Introduction. Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller was first performed in 1949 on Broadway and was an immediate success. This is the story of the tragic road to suicide of a travelling salesman.

By orinda
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Tennessee Williams

Tennessee Williams

Tennessee Williams. Early Life. Thomas Lanier Williams III was born on March 26 1911 in Mississippi. When Williams was 8 years old he was diagnosed with tuberculosis. For two years he could hardly do anything. His mother gave him a typewriter and told him to use his imagination.

By mckile
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The Paradox of the American Character

The Paradox of the American Character

The Paradox of the American Character. Analyze the conflicting elements of consensus and dissent in America during the late 1940’s-1950’s. Political consensus the e lection of 1950 . Joe McCarthy. He made sweeping accusations, employed guilt by association and documents out of context

By holland
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Ghosts of the Past:

Ghosts of the Past:

Ghosts of the Past:. A look at absent characters in modern drama.

By ion
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Whose Reality?

Whose Reality?

Whose Reality?. Ways of building a bridge … and burning it . Objective. To understand how A Streetcar Named Desire shows us how people construct alternate realities Today is mostly new information – we will apply our understanding in writing tomorrow. You’ll need good notes.

By delu
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Whose reality

Whose reality

Whose reality. Winning a Streetcar in Texas Hold ‘ em. LEARNING OBJECTIVE. To understand how A Streetcar Named Desire shows a clash between the different realities of class and gender (Poker table scene). What is the reality of this place?. Whose reality?. Scene three.

By mauli
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A Streetcar Named Desire

A Streetcar Named Desire

A Streetcar Named Desire. Introduction. Background on Tennessee Williams Early life and family His work His style (poetic dialogue, realism, naturalism, symbolism, use of light and sound). Tennessee’s Method.

By thalia
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Whose Reality?

Whose Reality?

Whose Reality?. Ways of constructing an alternate reality Ways of escaping reality. To develop an understanding how A Streetcar Named Desire shows us how people construct alternate realities. Objective. Reality?. Escapism Illusion Dishonesty. Ways of constructing alternate realities.

By darcie
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Comparing Concerns and Methods in Paper 3 Texts

Comparing Concerns and Methods in Paper 3 Texts

Comparing Concerns and Methods in Paper 3 Texts . Representations of conflict between the Individual and Society in Literature . Tales of Two Cities. ‘This is Venice .’ ‘There is no city like New Orleans .’.

By lucien
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4/16/14

4/16/14

4/16/14. Bellwork : On page 122 of your notebook, write down the following prompt and brainstorm for each play, as if you were to write an essay.

By ogden
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CARL assignment

CARL assignment

CARL assignment. A Streetcar Named Desire. The question.

By tarika
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A Streetcar Named Desire

A Streetcar Named Desire

A Streetcar Named Desire. 1. Appraise (36)= To assess; to evaluate 2. Cosmopolitan(13 ) = Sophisticated; worldly. A Streetcar Named Desire. 3. Decay ( 13) = rotted matter 4. Emblem (29) = symbol; sign. A Streetcar Named Desire. 5. Evoke (13) = bring to mind; to suggest

By everly
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A Streetcar Named Desire

A Streetcar Named Desire

A Streetcar Named Desire. Notes on Streetcar. A play first staged in 1947 Considered very controversial for it’s focus on sexual themes – expressions of sexuality & the inclusion of a minor character who is homosexual Characters are representations of some aspects of Freudian Psychology .

By eros
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A Streetcar named desire

A Streetcar named desire

A Streetcar named desire. A touch of class. Learning objective. To understand how A Streetcar Named Desire shows that there are different realities for class. DEFINE CLASS. Related words: social division, echelon, income group, level. THE BIG IDEA.

By erna
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All About My Mother by Pedro Almodovar

All About My Mother by Pedro Almodovar

All About My Mother by Pedro Almodovar. By Sameer, Ryan and Laura.

By necia
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Introduction to Streetcar Named Desire

Introduction to Streetcar Named Desire

Introduction to Streetcar Named Desire. AP Literature K. Matteson. Social Realism.

By donnan
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