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Two Playwrights and Ten Years: A Study of the Plays of John Arden and Harold Pinter
This paper is concerned with two of the new playwrights which have sparked England's theatrical revolution. John Arden and Harold Pinter are two of the best known names of the new generation of dramatists. While they both ...
Our Bodies / Our Stages : A Reclamation Project
The author combines a study of feminist philosophy and theatre. Part one reviews feminist issues. Part two surveys feminist theatre. Part three reviews four plays, Megan Terry’s Calm Down Mother, Wendy Wasserstein’s Uncommon ...
Federico García Lorca: A Study of His Plays and Poetry as They Reflect the Struggle between the Traditional and the contemporary in Early Twentieth Century Andalusian Culture
My interest in García Lorca began with an appreciation of his poetry which grew as I visited and learned about his Andalusia and further heightened as I read his dramas. This paper has afforded me many trying moments, ...
An Examination of the Five Major Literary Periods of Shakespeare
The author presents an overview of Shakespeare’s evolution as a playwright and personal maturation concerning his attitude toward the situation of man emphasizing the definitive, the ambiguous, the paradoxical, the grotesque, ...
Journeys of Discovery: Narrative of a SIP in Sierra Leone
This Senior Individualized Project is the revised narrative of my experiences in Europe, Africa and Kalamazoo College during the period June 1992-the present. This time period includes my Junior year Foreign Study ...