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  • J.B. Priestley's An Inspector Calls as an Effective Piece of Theatre

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    J.B. Priestley's An Inspector Calls as an Effective Piece of Theatre J.B. Priestley's 'An Inspector Calls' is a clever play that attacks the social problems of his time; it contains all the essential parts to make an excellently devised play, this is because of the well-formulated use of dramatic irony. It is captivating, and holds the attention of the audience; it does this by reaching climaxes and then closing the act before the climax is dropped, this embraces the audience in a sense

  • Act I Scene V of Romeo and Juliet as an Effective Piece of Drama

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    Act I Scene V of Romeo and Juliet as an Effective Piece of Drama In this assignment, I will comment in details about Act I Scene V. This scene can be separated into seven short sections, which have different events and mood. So I will comment on each section by using references to important developments and characters. Also, I will use concrete examples of the languages used by Shakespeare as evidence of each character's role. In this scene, we are introduced to Juliet's family and to

  • Why Act One Scene Five of Romeo and Juliet is an Effective Piece of Drama

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    Why Act One Scene Five of Romeo and Juliet is an Effective Piece of Drama ‘Romeo and Juliet’ is a play, telling the tragic story of two lovers kept apart by their family’s hate for one another. It was written by William Shakespeare. First published in 1597, the play is set in the Italian city of Verona and is themed on the love between Juliet, the daughter of the Capulet household, and Romeo, the son of the Montague household. Together they are forced to hide their love for one another due

  • An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestley as an Effective Piece Of Social Criticism As Well As An Enjoyable Theatrical Experience

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    An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestley as an Effective Piece Of Social Criticism As Well As An Enjoyable Theatrical Experience An Inspector Calls was written by J.B Priestley in 1945. The play is set in 1912.In England this was a time of strikes, riots and poverty. The play was partly written by Priestley to highlight a number of very important issues in our lives, which include social class, capitalist and social attitude to life, equality, prejudice, wealth, poverty, rights and responsibilities

  • A Comparison of Dance Macabre and Night On A Bare Mountain

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    A Comparison of Dance Macabre and Night On A Bare Mountain Programme Music is a piece of music which can describe something. It has many advantages in a way because you could be looking at an image or words I.e. (a poem) and it can instantly interpret through the various types of musical instruments (Strings, Percussion, Woodwind & Brass) what you are reading or looking at. This can be done by varying the usage of tempo, rhythm, pitch, melody, accompaniment, & dynamics etc. You may find

  • Analysis Of Why Millennials T. Clinton

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    candidates are constantly ridiculed, voters are forced to either choose between the lesser of two evils or support a third party. David Atkins, of The American Prospect, wrote Why Millennials Don’t Like Clinton—And What She Can Do About It. In his piece, he discusses the reason for Hillary Clinton’s struggle to gain the support of millennial voters and what she can potentially do about this. Atkins points out the beliefs of younger voters and what they stand for, and describes what Hillary has done

  • Racial Equality in Literature

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    Racial Equality is something that has long been discussed and fought for. Through the look of two pieces within The Contemporary Reader, by Gary Goshgarian, the reader can see how each author employs the use of rhetoric to persuade, inform, and inspire the reader to change or reinforce their current beliefs on this topic. David Brooks’ essay “People Like Us” set out to put down the belief that America truly cares for diversity and is doing all it can to support it. His primary focus lies in the

  • Comparing Edwards' Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God and Patrick Henry's Speech in the Virginia Convention: Who Made the Best Argument?

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    Edwards creates a more effective argument for the intended audience in “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” than “The Speech in the Virginia Convention” written by Patrick Henry, by utilizing various techniques. Patrick Henry makes a strong argument however in the end, Edwards’ sermon grows to be more effective. Edwards creates the argument by strengthening the writing through tone, structure, fallacies and knowledge of the congregation that became his audience. Henry’s piece uses methods of oratory

  • Examples of How Set Can Communicate the Dance's Ideal Concept

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    Examples of How Set Can Communicate the Dance's Ideal Concept When a dance piece is created, it is not just the choreography of the steps that needs to be considered. To make a successful piece, firstly a starting point needs to be found, this can be anything ranging from an emotion, an animal, or even someone's journey to work or school. When this has been decided upon, there are five main areas that need to be concentrated on. These are; costume, music, set, lighting and choreography.

  • Persuasive Essay: Drunk Driving

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    driving campaigns. On many occasions the transport department informs and advises the public about the importance of responsible driving. They propagate safe driving through the various channels of the media. Their safe driving campaign is now using effective propaganda aimed directly at speeding; drink driving and tired and reckless driving Repetition is often used in the safe driving campaign in order to successfully convey their message and also to ensure, that the viewer retains their main idea

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