respectively, and with Sir Gawain, students can learn the history of the language that not only parallels history courses, but it also aids discussion of the language’s current grammar and strange spelling rules. Although Sir Gawain would not be a long unit in my classroom, a week at most, it would give students a background in less traditionally taught literature, and knowledge of the different forms of English. Another way to provide context is to discuss the genre of the romance as idealized worlds, and
Carson May 7, 2012 The Shawshank Redemption The Shawshank Redemption (1994) was a remarkable motion picture inspired by Stephen King and Directed by Frank Darabont. It was not a big budget movie with a lot of special effects rather it was a story about two convicts Ellis Boyd "Red" Redding (Morgan Freeman), Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins), and Samuel Norton (Bob Gunton), the self-righteous, Bible-carrying Warden (Filmsite, 2012) that vowed they’d never be released from Shawshank State Prison.
infuses the life of Shakespeare into his most beloved romantic tragedy. By using the method of a “play within the play” or a play within the film in this case, the movie uses wit and comedy sincerely to demonstrate one of Shakespeare’s most repeated story devices. The film explores ideas of genre by turning a play that is a romantic tragedy into a movie that is categorized as a romantic comedy. Even with this complete metamorphosis, the emotional message of doomed love is still present in the film