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Television Dramas
Television Dramas The viewer positioning in television dramas play a very important and critical part in how the drama is portrayed to the audience, and hence this gives an idea on how successful the show will be. Dawson's Creek is a relatively new TV drama aimed at teenagers and the issues they face and have to deal with in society today. The viewer positioning, in relation to the show's themes, construction and values will be discussed and analysed. The Pilot episode (first episode of Dawso...

World Mythology
World Mythology Compare or contrast two major female fertility deities as to character, activities and role in the myth. In the myths of the ancient world, a great deal of importance is placed on the rhythmical cycle of birth, maturity, death and rebirth. Ancient agrarian people observed the world around them, and from this observation they realized that their lives as well as every other living thing on this planet was a part of an intricate continuing cycle. Everything withered and died, but ...

Angels
Angels In America By Kushner Explore how any playwright of the time has successfully dramatised a social issue. Contemporary theatre has stepped further and further away from the sugar-coated happy society plays and musicals that once dominated Broadway and the West End. Now, harsher more realistic stories with issues facing today's society and politics are shocking that conventional-type of theatre. Shock is a part of art. Art that's polite is not much fun (Kushner:Bernstein). One of these s...

Angels In America
Angels In America The play Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes, by Tony Kushner, contained situations in which characters personalities underwent great changes from the beginning of the play to the end. One of the most significant and noticeable changes was that of Harper. She was married to the character named Joe, who she knew was gay and the way she dealt with this came to relate directly to her own sanity. In part one, Harper spent a lot of time with her imaginary friend an...

Love Research
Love Research Heroes are mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, or anyone that touch someone in a way that causes them to be viewed in highest of ways. A hero can not proclaim themselves as such and have it written. The title and position of a hero is granted by the others. The people not doing the courageous acts of saving lives, killing monsters, or replacing harmony are the basis of a hero. The witnesses, the saved, and the commoners place the brand on a hero. The citizens of France proclaim Jo...

World Mythology
World Mythology Nicole Boyd World Mythology Compare or contrast two major female fertility deities as to character, activities and role in the myth. In the myths of the ancient world, a great deal of importance is placed on the rhythmical cycle of birth, maturity, death and rebirth. Ancient agrarian people observed the world around them, and from this observation they realized that their lives as well as every other living thing on this planet was a part of an intricate continuing cycle. Everyth...

Tony Kushner: Angels In America
Tony Kushner: Angels In America Explore how any playwright of the time has successfully dramatised a social issue. Contemporary theatre has stepped further and further away from the sugar-coated happy society plays and musicals that once dominated Broadway and the West End. Now, harsher more realistic stories with issues facing today's society and politics are shocking that conventional-type of theatre. ?Shock is a part of art. Art that's polite is not much fun? (Kushner:Bernstein). One of these...

The Catcher in the Rye
The Catcher in the Rye J.D. Salinger GCSE English Literature Study Guide The Novel and it's Publication The Catcher in the Rye was first published as a series of short stories between 1945-6 in the United States. The narrative was first published as a novel in 1951 both in Britain and the United States. There are major differences between the original published versions and the original American text that you are studying. In the early publications, for example, the American version was amended...