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Athletes as Role Models

This paper explains why athletes are good role models. Why Atletes Are Good Role Models! Ever since the ancient years, we have admired athletes and the hard work that they do to achieve their goal of winning. We idolize them and wish we were more like them. What happens though when the realization sinks in […]

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The play Julius Caesar

As Rose went through school he didn’t have any teachers that were very effective until he got to his senior year; he had many that were ineffective, and ones that were not worth talking about. His sophomore year English teacher is a good example of an ineffective teacher. Mr. Mitropetros would tend to “glance knowingly, […]

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The play in modern times

Khan’s textile shop is in karama, Dubai. The shop’s door is on the left hand side. The back door leading to the worker’s area is on the right hand side. Facing the audience is the wooden counter desk, with a rack next to it on the right with different coloured silks and cloths. Behind the […]

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The play’s title

Harold Brighouse was born on 26 July 1882 in Eccles, near Salford, Lancashire. The son of the magistrate and treasurer of the Eccles Liberal Association, John Brighouse (who was described as being “addicted to work “) Harold enjoyed a happy, secured middle class family life with his sister, Hilda, mother (who had been a headmistress) […]

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A play that shocked and entertained audiences

The Audience value Bianca’s frustration, as they are aware that Bianca may not marry under her fathers wish until Katharina has married off. Katharina’s character being independent, loud and vile towards her relatives and community, could have traumatised Elizabethian audiences primarily men, but it tends to entertain a modern one with the obvious feminist viewpoints […]

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The family’s exploitation

This other theme whilst adding reality, also adds suspense, a certain amount of dramatic irony and retains the audience’s attention by giving the characters very dramatic scenes and lines to play. Effective characterization is another substantial part of the play’s success, not just the realism of the characters themselves but how they react to each […]

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Playing tricks

I recognised one of the ladies in the park; she was sitting on the bench with her son watching their dog. “Hi Louise, could you look after Sam for a second. I need to take care of a little something,” I said gruffly tapping the women with a buggy. “Sure,” she replied trying to smile […]

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A performance of the play

J. B Priestley wrote the celebrated play ‘An Inspector Calls’ at the height of his powers as a playwright. Although the play was written at the end of WW2 in 1945 it is set in a spring evening in 1912, 2 years before WW1. Edwardian society at that time (1912) was strictly divided into social […]

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The Death Of Eva Smith

In my opinion, all five of the characters that are interrogated by the Inspector, Inspector Goole, are mainly to blame for the death of Eva Smith. They are Arthur Birling, Sheila Birling, Sybil Birling, Eric Birling and finally Gerald Croft. However, some of them are more responsible than others, although it cannot be said that […]

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