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Foils for Nora and Oedipus
This paper is an analysis of how foils are used in two classic tragedies, "Oedipus the King," by Sophocles, and Henrik Ibsen’s "A Doll’s House." By establishing a character who is strikingly different from the protagonist, each playwright is able to use that individual to point out key elements both in the main character and in important themes in the play. In "Oedipus," Teiresias is blind, but he can see things that will eventually cause Oedipus to gouge out his own eyes, reducing him to aimless wandering without even the gift of prophecy to give him a purpose. In "A Doll’s House," Mrs. Linde’s poverty and desperation presage Nora’s fall from social comfort. The playwrights use each to foreshadow their main character’s fate in ways that are clear to the audience and tragically invisible to the protagonist.
This paper is an analysis of how foils are used in two classictragedies Oedipus the King by Sophocles and Henrik Ibsen\\\'s A Doll\\\'sHouse By... more
3 pages | 2 sources | 6 citations | MLA citation style

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King Lear
This paper examines the importance of the theme of loyalty in King Lear. It examines Loyalty between parents and their children, amongst siblings, and between allies. It concludes that loyalty is important to the play and that true loyalty is silent and active.
William Shakespeare's King Lear tells the tragic story of the demiseof the British king as well as the fall of his three daughters At theplay's... more
3 pages | 1 sources | 5 citations | MLA citation style

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Phantom of the Opera
Andrew Lloyd Weber’s “Phantom: Be Seduced” in Las Vegas was a stunning play that swept the audience away with passion, energy, and a notorious cast of characters. The production was 95 minutes and the theatre was custom-built at The Venetian. The show was directed by Hal Prince and choreographed by Gillian Lynne.
Andrew Lloyd Weber's Phantom Be Seduced in Las Vegas was a stunning playthat swept the audience away with passion energy and a notorious cast... more
2 pages | 1 sources | 1 citations | MLA citation style

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Blithe Spirit
A review of Blithe Spirit at the Main Street Theater in Houston
Blithe Spirit Wedding vows will claim Until death do us part but sometimes deathis not enough to keep a loved one at bay This is certainly the case... more
3 pages | 1 sources | MLA citation style

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The Dream of Love
This paper explains the play A Midsummer Night's Dream and analyzes the forms of love portrayed within the piece. The paper looks at the realistic portrayal of the many forms of love and analyzes each of them.
The Dream of Love In his play A Midsummer Night's Dream William Shakespeare aims toshow his audience love in all its forms He uses the three sets... more
5 pages | 1 sources | 4 citations | MLA citation style

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Macbeth
Discusses the aside in Act 1, Scene 3 of William Shakespeare's Macbeth.
Analysis of Macbeth's Aside Act Scene Lines - In Act Scene Lines - Macbeth responds to the propheciesof the three witches while in the presence of... more
2 pages | 1 sources | 6 citations | MLA citation style

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A Soldier's Play
This paper provides a synopsis and analysis of the themes of isolation, alienation and pain evident in Charles Fuller’s murder mystery drama, A Soldier’s Play. The analysis addresses how mainstream white racism and prejudice have their most pernicious impact on interactions among blacks themselves.
A Soldier's Story Introduction Set in when the American military was still segregated CharlesFuller's drama A Soldier's Story reveals the pernicious... more
4 pages | 1 sources | 9 citations | MLA citation style

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Lord Goring
This paper provides an analysis of Oscar Wilde’s play of ideal perfection in humans, An Ideal Husband. The analysis focuses on the dandy and self-obsessed character of Lord Goring and how his true character qualities not only belie this superficial impression but also are responsible for saving the other characters in the play from misery and unhappiness.
Lord Goring Introduction In Oscar Wilde's play An Ideal Husband the main character SirRobert Chiltern neatly encapsulates the theme of the work when... more
9 pages | 7 sources | 14 citations | MLA citation style

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Mental Illiad
The Iliad, of unknown source, is a poem about sex. The mythic Trojan war, for which much of the Mediterranean was embroiled in a senseless conflict, started over a woman, Helen. (Not, to note, by a woman.) Paris stole Helen because she was the most physically beautiful woman in the (known) world. The enraged Menelaus commissioned Agamemnon as his general to win her back and countless deaths followed.
The Iliad of unknown source is a poem about sex The mythic Trojanwar for which much of the Mediterranean was embroiled in a senselessconflict started... more
3 pages | 1 sources | 1 citations | MLA citation style

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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf
This paper provides a critical analysis of Edward Albee's play that uses characterization and dialogue to show how Albee reinforces his theme that human communication is ineffective in ever arriving at the truth so long as people need to cling to illusions to be happy.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf Introduction If you are looking for a play about the joys of wedded bliss EdwardAlbee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf... more
4 pages | 1 sources | 9 citations | MLA citation style

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