Rewrite a scene (enough to amount to 500 words) from the play in contemporary English in
the form of dialogue. In other words, if we were to speak those lines today, how would we
say them? Be sure to capture the atmosphere of the play, and the positions a
The Battle Royal is the first chapter of the novel The Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison.
Reading this chapter was extremely enthralling because of all the imagery and simile
the author utilizes to transmit his revolutionary message. Ellison used this chapte
Can we categorize a complex story, such as The Things They Carried, as either
a love story or a war story? A love story being a piece that shows any type of love, such
as platonic or family, not just the ideal romantic relationship that one expects from a
American Literature Two
In The Wound Dresser by Walt Whitman, the narrator goes over his experience in a war
hospital during the American Civil War. The images he gives are particularly vivid and
gruesome, which was the mos
Baldwin focuses on how black americans should react to discrimination from
white americans in A Letter to My Nephew. The way that Baldwin wrote this is in the
form of a letter to his nephew, this style makes the piece more personal than others.
Antigone is unusual in that there is a specific moment when a character makes his fatal mistake the
error from which there is no turning back. Creon makes such an error. What was that error? Put it in
context and explain it as though your reade
Achilles is a very complex character. In book one of the Iliad, Homer starts to frame
Achilles. Homer makes it apparent that Achilles is one of the greatest warriors to ever live. He is
also a very young warrior. Some characteristics
1. Why did Grendel begin his attacks on Herot hall?
Grendel attacks Heorot because he is evil, the spawn of Cain, and hates the happiness and noise of
the men in the hall.
2. When Beowulf and the Geats land on Shieldings (Danes) s
The Iliad Books XXII and XXIV
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Achilles chases Hector three times around the walls of Troy. Why does Hektor finally stop
running and turn to face Achilles in combat?
Athena led him on with guile. She encouraged hum by saying now
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1. What happens to the towers and the youth and the cranes and derricks as a result of Didos
The towers no longer rise, youth are slack in drill for arms, cranes and derricks are rusting.
2. Where do Dido
1 As Achilles watched the Greeks retreating across the battlefield, he mentioned something that
his mother had once told him. What was that?
Achilles mentions that Zeus may have done all this for him but now his friend is dead.
October 18, 2016
In Ernst Hemmingways, Soldiers Home, he depicts the life of a young American
soldier, Harold Krebs, that has arrived home from war and is experiencing post war depressi
How do these texts speak to human governance? Governing our own individual lives
Human governance is an internal, inside-out and values-based conviction to guide the
human as the sentient being to behave. A human-centric governance framework
Throughout the play, Hamlet claims to be feigning madness, but his
portrayal of a madman is so intense and so convincing that many readers
believe that Hamlet actually slips into insanity at certain points of the play.
Do you think this is true, or is Ham
Hamlet Discussion Questions and Paper Set One Topics
Examine Shakespeares treatment of the supernatural element in the play. How does the supernatural element contribute to the plot development, atmosphere and characterization in
I find thee apt,
And duller shouldst thou be than the fat weed
That roots itself in ease on Lethe wharf,
Wouldst thou not stir in this. Now, Hamlet, hear.
'Tis given out that, sleeping in my orchard,
A serpent stung me. So the whole ear of D
Hamlet has been described as a sentimentalist, a procrastinator, an egocentric, and a semilunatic. What can be said for and against each one of these assessments?
Hamlet is a very interesting character, with two extreme sides to it
World Lit II
5 September 2016
Rewrite Act 1 Scene 2
Claudius: Although I still remember my brothers death and I do agree that its right to grieve,
life goes on. We need to get over it and start worrying more about
What is the role of Cleante in Tartuffe?
1. The man of reason in the play n he tries to persuade orgon
2. cleante tells orgon how ridiculous orgon is being. Letting tartuff in th hpuse even
the maid is lauhing at him.
p.153 l. 72-74
3. he tries
Dialouge in Every day English
Act 3.2 [Tartuffe, Laurent, Dorine]
[noticing dorine] Laurent can you pack up my horsewhip and my shirt
aswell. Pray to god that he bless you with his mercy. If anyone asks for me
let them know I am off to
Hamlet by Shakespeare and Tartuffe by Moliere are one of the best plays written
in history. Due to the fact both plays were written in the same century they tend to have
many difference and similarities to each other. The main characters including Claudiu
Unit 1 Textual Analysis
Human governance has always been a topic of discussion throughout the times. Everyone
has questioned his or her existence, and how one should govern his or her life. There is a
difference between human be
Humans Quest for Individual Autonomy
The text of Bewowulf is an perfect example for the humans quest for individual
autonomy. It shows us that in order to attain Indvidual automny, working towards
collective automny is a must.In