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The Crucible

  They walk the cold and misty streets and you can hear sound of dogs barking in the background, brass instruments begin to play you can feel the excitement building as each note is quickened. The whispers gradually disappear and the giggling slowly seeps in, the giggles begin to get louder as the music steadily […]

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Consider the importance of time in “Death of a Salesman”

In this essay, I hope to analyse Millars use of time and how he represents it in the play “Death of a Salesman. ” The first thing to realise when looking at this play is how Millar conveys the thought that everything you do in the past has a consequence in the future. The way […]

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Oleanna, written by David Mamet

In Oleanna, written by David Mamet, the problems that arise between John and Carol are the result of lack of communication. John’s phone calls, as well as the conversation with Carol are a great example of the John and Carol’s inability to carry on discussions. By failing to effectively communicate, the relationship between student and […]

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Arthur Miller portray

People have believed for a long time that a great deal of bad luck is inevitable if you were to spill salt or break a mirror. Superstitions like these have been around for hundreds of years, and in the small town of Salem, Massachusetts, in the late seventeenth century, these superstitions hit the roof and […]

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Arthur Miller create tension

“The Crucible” is a play centred around morals, guilt and good and evil. It portrays these themes through witchcraft and an intensely religious society, set in Salem, Massachusetts, in 1692. The acrimonious and joyless community full of petty jealousies and fear if attack from Native Americans, actually symbolises events in America during the 1950s, of […]

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Arthur Miller illustrate the complex situation

How does Arthur Miller illustrate the complex situation in ACT 1 in “All My Sons”? “All My Sons” was written in 1947 by the American Jewish writer, Arthur Miller. It is a tragedy about the manufacturer, Joe Keller, who sells defected cylinder heads to the military in order to save his business. It talks about morality […]

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