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    Haley Jones Professor Nora Servidio English 111 23 October 2017 Visual Analysis: A Dramatic Effect A young Native American mother clutches the starving newborn to her wool cloak, whiling savaging bark from the passing pine trees. She brushes the child’s hot brown skin, fearful for the child’s future and praying for wellness to her sickness. A month has passed since the soldiers raided their home and forced them to walk by stabbing bayonets in their backs. Their tribe has been accompanied with a

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    Louis de Bernieres's Captain Corelli’s Mandolin Louis de Bernieres uses three principal techniques to portray the effects of war so powerfully in his book. These techniques are the powerful narrative, strong pictorial language, and black humour. Above all, the message is conveyed in the narrative, especially when Louis De Bernieres graphically describes the war’s impact on the soldiers who are fighting for their country. At first, the soldiers are united in their fight against the enemy

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    Discuss How the Characters Of Eddie, Beatrice and Catherine contribute to the dramatic effects of A View From The Bridge Character Studies The various characteristics, including the flaws of the characters, act as a great catalyst to the tragedy at hand throughout the play as they portray and describe the characters’ emotion and thoughts towards one another. Catherine Catherine is a very naïve woman who has not really experienced much of the world, but is eager to. She has grown

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    various performance styles, techniques and dramatic conventions to help portray their ideas to their audiences and make them feel a particular way to the ideas presented in a play. Without the use of these styles, techniques and conventions it wouldn’t be possible for the practitioners to emphasise their ideas.  Ruby Moon, a mysterious and eerie play written by Matt Cameron explores presentational theatre aspects and elements of absurdism. Cameron has used dramatic forms, performance styles, techniques

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    distinguishing him as the tragic protagonist. The audience lives through every one of Eddie’s emotions, creating tension from the moment he walks on stage and making Eddie a fascinating character. Using all these, Arthur Miller successfully creates a dramatic character in Eddie

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    In chapter six; Jem and Dill’s’ inquisitive’ natures lead them to become rebellious. Their plan was to trespass into Boo Radley’s property in order to understand more about the personality of this ‘mysterious’ character. Scout joins them on their night-time exploration because she is afraid of being left out. Due to the nature in which they entered the house, Nathan Radley-Boo Radley’s brother shoots at them as he thought his house was attacked by burglars. In chapter six of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

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    particular, symbolism and contemporary theatre to illustrate its theme of the nature of evil and questioning of the reliability of history in literature. The skills of performance, in particular directing is exploited to add to the tension and create dramatic meaning. The tension in this production is created by the fierce inquiry between the characters about the purpose and themes of the production, combined with the complexity of roles and relationships. The characters used the Brechtian conventions

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    s anything but. Menenius, Coriolanus? close friend, tries to calm Coriolanus praying him to stop but the citizens erupt, ?To th? rock, to th? rock with him!? playing their part to enrage him more. Shakespeare uses dramatic devices in this scene to emphasise Coriolanus? feelings. Dramatic devices help to emphasise how the audience react to the character by stage directions which follow the text, also sound, lighting and body positioning on stage. These emphasise mood and emotions, and during the RSC

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    Dramatic Tension in Miller's All My Sons This extract begins with Chris and Ann deciding how they're going to break the news to the Kellers. They start with Joe Keller, and he somewhat approves. The scene is lighthearted until Keller finds out the George is on the phone for Ann from Columbia. This drives is suspicions and gets him very protective. He begins to try and hint to Chris that Ann is here to try and convict him of the death of Larry. Chris then gets very

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    Analysis of the Last Scene of Film Frankenstein by Kenneth Branagh The monster that Victor Frankenstein created to stop death has destroyed him emotionally. This monster has killed all that Victor ever loved. He killed his little brother, his wife, his father, and his housemaid. Wanting vengeance Victor follows the monster north in an unwavering pursuit. All he wants to do is to destroy the monster. But the monster soon kills him by torturing him while on the run.

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