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A close study of Trevor Griffiths’ comedians

At the beginning of Act three the comedians return from their show to discuss their performances. There is a “low, tense, anxious, angry, baffled mood”. Trevor Griffiths creates this atmosphere through the use of language, form and structure. There is a feeling of defeat at the start of Act 3. The comics who remained loyal […]

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Psychological dimensions in Hamlet

A study of the psychological dimensions of Shakespeare’s play “Hamlet”. ” “To Be Insane or Not To Be Insane That Tis The Question” With in Hamlet, Shakespeare gives a psychological dimension to the thoughts and actions of each of his characters, especially hamlet. Shakespeare gives the reader an in-depth look into the mind of Hamlet. […]

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Screenplay for Film Studies

Opening: Lou arrives at the hotel, all is in black and white. Chandeliers sweep across the ceiling, a panning shot swoops around these and we see Lou walking to the Lobby. Lou; “Erm, hi, im looking for a Mr. Abel, could you tell me what room he’s in ?” ; As the woman looks up, […]

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English Devised Play

Tara: So…who do you think told them it was us? Gabbie: How am I supposed to know? I don’t even know why we’re here. Tara: Oh come on Gabbie. Remember that girl named Sarah? Remember how she tried to swallow some pills and end her life? Remember… Gabbie: How is that our fault if the […]

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Act out a Missing Scene from “An inspector Calls”

Objective – Rehearse your act that you have created for the assessment also create a script to go with that play. The following must be included in the play. Mr Birling, Mrs Birling and their daughter Sheila Overview The Scene that my group performed was about Mr and Mrs Birling going out to run some […]

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Be My Baby’ written by Amanda Whittington Response

‘Be My Baby’ written by Amanda Whittington, and is set in the North in 1964, during a time when moral values and discipline were still an integral part of British society. Furthermore, the repression of women in everyday life was still existent and any evidence of blasphemy, disobedience or rebellion was strongly disapproved of. ‘Be […]

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King Lear Analysis

INTRO •English poet, playwright, and actor •widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language •unknown birthdate, baptised 26th April 1564, Warwickshire •arguably his most celebrated/complicated play •King Lear is written in the form of a tragedy. Structurally he gives up power and control and therefore dies low in status – all suffer because […]

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