Piggy - Ralphs lieutenant. A whiny, intellectual boy, Piggys inventiveness
frequently leads to innovation, such as the makeshift sundial that the boys use
to tell time. Piggy represents the scientific, rational side of civilization.
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In Chapter 1, the boys, still unsure of how to behave with no adult presence
overseeing them, largely stick to the learned behaviors of civilization and
order. They attempt to re-create the structures of
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A fair-haired boy lowers himself down some rocks toward a lagoon on a
beach. At the lagoon, he encounters another boy, who is chubby, intellectual,
and wears thick glasses. The fair-haired boy introduces himself as Ralph and
Motifs are recurring structures, contrasts, and literary devices that can help to
develop and inform the texts major themes.
Many critics have characterized Lord of the Flies as a retelling of episodes
from the Bible. While that
Ralph - The novels protagonist, the twelve-year-old English boy who is
elected leader of the group of boys marooned on the island. Ralph attempts to
coordinate the boys efforts to build a miniature civilization on the island until
Which fly was almost renamed the typhoid fly by Leland Howard?
1 out of 1 points
Which answer represents one of the four aims of mosquito control?
Batches of Calliphoridae eggs are called:
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Cochliomyia macellaria is commonly known as:
The Pathway to Solubility
A precipitate is formed by a cation and anion, but the deciding factor on whether it is
soluble or not depends on the elements themselves and their solubility rules. Solubility is the key
factor to determine whether
Final Exam Review
1) In a hydrogen atom, what frequency of light must the electron absorb to go from n=2 to n=5?
2) Convert 480.6 K to F.
3) Which is an example of a heterogenous mixture?
4) An alpha particle (mass=6
THAR 281 Week 3 and 4 PROJECT
Fill in this form and upload before SUN FEB 5 at one minute till midnight. THE WORD
COUNT (for both questions and answers) MUST BE A MINIMUM OF 1000 WORDS. Use
In the film The Mysteries, the cast uses i
THAR 281 WEEKS 5&6 PROJECT
Re-write the story of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears " as a Restoration Comedy of Manners.
This was the most popular form of play during the Restoration, and included the following
a plot that focuses on the fault
THAR 281 WEEK 7 AND 8 PROJECT
Fill in this form and upload before SUN MAR 19 at one minute till midnight. THE TOTAL WORD COUNT MUST BE A
MINIMUM OF 600 WORDS. Use complete sentences.
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WEEK 5 AND 6 QUIZ
There will be two questions drawn from the following topics from the English
Restoration portion of Chapter 16 The Royal Era:
The historical term "The Restoration" refers to what?
How were English
A social construct by definition is described as an idea or notion that
appears to be natural and obvious to people who accept it, but may not truly
represent reality. Religion represents this idea in multiple ways such as the
idea that most people follow
Theater History II
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UNIT 3 NOTES
Unit 3: Political Theatre
-What do we mean by Political Theatre?
-Working Definition: Theatre that EXPLICITLY works to make non-artistic change in the world, or
EXPLICITLY links itself with a mov
Theater History II
UNIT 1 NOTES
Shakespeare in Production
Exam 3 time: December 10, 10:30-12:30 (incorrect in syllabus)
No class the day before Thanksgiving (November 27)
New Audience Experience option: The Laram
Theater History II
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UNIT 2 NOTES
Italian Popular Theatre in the 17th and 18th Centuries:
Commedia dellArte and Opera Buffa
What do we mean by Popular Theatre?
Theatre designed to appeal to a broad audience.
Theatre generally des
THAR 201: Test 2 Notes
Greek Motto: Meden Agan= Nothing to Excess
China and Chinese Theatre
1.4 Billion: look out for India
Modern China founded in 1949: Mao Tse Tung
Feudal: like sharecropping with some rich people and workers
China opened in 1970s:
A Jury of Her Peers
When MarthaHale opened the storm-door and got a cut of the north
wind, she ran back for her big woolen scarf. As she hurriedly wound
that round her head her eye made a scandalized sweep of her kitchen.
It was no o
Attending the theatre
Also some Terminology you will want
Arrive at the venue AT LEAST 15 min early.
Assure you are able to choose a good seat
Lines at the box office
Gives you an opportunity to look at the program
The End of Rome
200 B.C. E. Plautus
165 B.C.E. Terrance
5 C.E. Senca
55 C.E. First Permanent Roman Theatre
197 C.E. Church forbids Christians from
attending theatre and excommunicates actors
568 Roman Spectacle is stopped
692 Church offic
The art of story telling
Function of the Actor:
Take a character created by a playwright and turn
them into a living breathing human being.
Aristotle defined acting as
the right management of the voice to express
Actor = The artist
Medieval Day 2
1. What is the difference in Liturgical drama and vernacular drama?
Liturgical drama - content was from the church liturgy and it was performed by clergy during
the church services, these contained some theatrical elements and the first sh
Intro to Roman Theatre
1. What is the story of Romulus and Remus
2. Who were the Etruscans and why are they important
Etruscan culture adopted by the Romans, religious festivals and performances, Etruscan ruler
3. What did the romans excel
Roman Playwrights and Actors
1. Be able to describe the works and writing style of the following playwrights
1. Livius Andronicus - first to adapt and translate Greek plays into Latin, considered to be better at
Tragedy, not from Rome, first works in Lati
1. Function of the actor
Take a character created by a playwright and turn them into a living breathing human being
2. Aristotles definition of actor
The right management of the voice to express various emotions
3. Know what makes up Presentation
How many Greek plays survived
43 intact plays, hundreds of fragments, aristotles poetics
Who is Dionysus
god of wine, fertility, harvest, theatre
What is the Dithyramb (what is a threshing circle)
Dithyramb is a goat song, with costume
1. Functions of a director
Turn the script into a production, coordinate the efforts of a team of collaborators, represent the
intentions of the playwright, consider expectations of the audience, inspire the actors to
perform their best, create
Medieval Day 1
1. What is the difference in Medieval, middle ages, dark ages?
Same time period, middle ages (traveling performers - minstrels, jugglers, acrobats, bards,
mimes, puppeteers performed in taverns and at festivals, court for the nobility - fe
1. Know the order of the timeline (I wont make you learn the dates but you may have to put events in
the correct order)
Plautus Terrance Senca first permanent Roman theatre
Church forbids Christians from attending theatre and excommuni