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    How does Miller create dramatic tension between Marco and Eddie at the end of Act One? So far in the play Marco and Rodolfo have illegally immigrated to America, seeking shelter with their cousin Beatrice and her husband Eddie. Living with them is Catherine, their niece, who falls head over heels in love with Rodolfo. Eddie is not happy, as he is incredibly overprotective of Catherine. This overprotectiveness turns to jealousy, which turns into an obsession. At the end of Act One all five

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    After World War II, in 1947, Tennessee Williams wrote a play called A Streetcar Named Desire, the play takes place in the jubilant city of New Orleans, it is a about a sensitive woman named Blanche who has filled her entire life of lies, illusions, and full fantasy's she could never have. With her family plantation, Bella Reve, lost and nothing to lose she decides to move to the city to stay with her sister Stella and her rough, blue-collar husband Stanley. As the play progresses, because of Blanche's

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    Closing her eyes, Alison inhaled, concentrating; feeling the all-too-familiar sensation of passing through and emerging from a wall of water, she opened her eyes. She was no longer in her chambers; rather she was on a rocky crater, devoid of any life except for her and another. A few feet away the Other stood. Though the shadow from his hooded-cape hid his face, she could tell that he was even less pleased with her than usual. "You have not been reporting regularly," he hissed. "I apologize, things

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    14 May 2014 Analysis of “Our Town” Thorton Wilder’s Our Town is a play set in the early 1900’s and was first performed without scenery. The opening of the play consist of the stage manager telling all about Grover’s Corner, which is the small town where the play takes place. Wilder’s intention was to make it sound like any small town in the United States. Act I Daily Life The stage manager starts out the play by telling us the date which is May 7, 1901. This alone will bring you back to a time

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    Being a female, I have seen the unfairness demonstrated towards my gender. I have also experienced judgement because of gender roles. Gender roles are social expectations regarding the proper behavior, attitudes, and activities of males and females (Schaefer, p. 325). My female friends who have had jobs have been paid less than men and some have been told that they weren’t given promotions they were more qualified for simply because they weren’t what management had in mind, male. Growing up some

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    Switching Channels In the blink of an eye your entire life can change drastically. You could be going North at 90 miles an hour and then before you even realize what is happening you are headed South at 180 miles an hour. You never know when something is going to happen and you have no clue what that something could be. Situations pop up in people’s lives all of the time and turn their life around whether it be for the better or for the worse. The situation that really “switched the channel” (Kirszner

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    “The Jilting of Granny Weatherall”, by Katherine Anne Porter, tells the events that occurred the last day of a woman’s life and the thoughts that ruled her conscious. This short story focuses on a woman name Ellen Weatherall. Although, she is called Granny in the story. she has been jilted not once in her life, but now for a second time she is being jilted again. In her final hour, Granny repeatedly asks for Hapsy, her other daughter and for God. Some will argue Granny’s second jilting was when Hapsy

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    For my service learning project I volunteered my time at the Martin Luther King Jr. Day retreat and the Oregon Food Bank. By contributing to these service learning projects I now look at my own life differently. It taught me to appreciate everything I have in life. Up until this point of me sacrificing my time to serve, I took my life for granted, and lived everyday without paying close attention to what God has blessed me with. If I didn 't volunteer my time I would have lived the rest of my life

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    Are all elephants that awkward? An analysis of abortion in Hills Like White Elephants The girl stood up and walked to the end of the station. Across, on the other side, were fields of grain and trees along the banks of the Ebro. Far away, beyond the river, were mountains. The shadow of a cloud moved across the field of grain and she saw the river through the trees. “And we could have all this,” she said. “And we could have everything and every day we make it more impossible.” The girl stood up

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    What was the narrative of the show, who were the characters, and director? Love Jones the Musical is a makeover of the movie Love Jones directed and written by Theodore Witcher. The film starred Larenz Tate - as Darius Lovehall, and Nia Long - as Nina Mosley. The musical produced by Melvin Childs is touring around the country. I was able to catch an evening show of the shows only two nights held at the Kings Theater in Brooklyn. The stars of the musical are Tony Grant - as Darius Lovehall, and Chrisette

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