... had a share in this matter. But Antigon claims to
her own motivation.† Haemon is the only son of Creon.† He has not agree with
what his father commands.† They argue about who is right to give commands.†
Because Haemon had fallen in love with Antigone so he ran a way when his father
gave order to kill Antigone.† But then, Creon orders to take Anigone to a
locked-tomb.† A blind prophet named Teiresias go with a boy visit Creon and told
him what he did was wrong.† At first Creon did not agree, but then after
Teiresias gone.† He realized what he did was wrong so he called his servants to
release Antigone.† But it was too late, a messenger came with the bad news that
Analytic Play Review Of The Taming Of The Shrew
... to Bianca to find
a mate for Katherine in order for them to vie for Bianca's love. Many
critics of the play condemn it for the blatant sexist attitude it has
toward women but closer examination of the play and the intricacies of its
structure reveal that it is not merely a story of how men should 'put women
in their place'. The play is a comedy about an assertive woman coping with
how she is expected to act in the society of the late sixteenth century and
of how one must obey the unwritten rules of a society to be accepted in it.
Although the play ends with her conforming to the society, this is in
action only, not in mind, as she assumes the role of the obedient ...
The Use Of Symbols In Macbeth
... blood symbolized death, guilt, and pain, then surely water symbolized
cleansing and peace, and is used in this regard in many literary pieces. In
fact, even in the bible, Pontious Pilate washed his hands in water after
sentencing Jesus to be crucified. However, Macbeth mentions that all of the
water in the sea would turn red from the blood on his hands; which leads me to
the conclusion that blood was a much more powerful symbol than water in this
In Macbeth, light and dark was used in a classic sense. Light
symbolized all that is good, and it is no coincidence that when a scene included
Banquo or another of the innocent victims in this play, the s ...
Hamlet: Madman Or Misunderstood
... and ideal prince, and insane madman, who from an outburst of passion and rage slays Polonius with no feeling of remorse (Wallace). After Hamlet kills Polonius he will not tell anyone where the body is. Instead, he assumes his ironic state, which others perceive as madness. "Not where he eats, but where Ďa is eaten. A certain convocation of political worms a e'en at him." (Act IV, scene III, lines 20-21)
Hamlet's behavior throughout the play, especially towards Ophelia, is inconsistent. He jumps into Ophelia's grave, and fights with Laertes in her grave. During the fight with Laertes in Ophelia's grave, Hamlet professed how much he loved her when he said, "Fort ...
27 Years Of Influential 60 Minutes
... style of television journalism. 60 Minutes changed the
way that the American public receives its television news, stemming forth a
whole new format of television broadcast journalism.
60 Minutes has a vast history of stories covered, yet the format
has remained unchanged. Don Hewett, creator and producer of 60 Minutes,
has been the subject of much criticism for his stubbornness. Since its
origin, 60 Minutes has continued to adhere to the same formula that made
it such a success. The hidden-camera interviews, the surprising of
unsuspecting alleged crooks with a bombardment of questions, the longevity
of the featured reporters, all of these are what m ...
Death Of A Salesman: An Overview
... combination of both the stage and screen productions accurately
depict the shortcomings of the capitalist society.
Death of a Salesman specifically focuses on four characters, the first
being the main character Willy Loman, his wife Linda, and their two sons Hap and
Biff Loman. As mentioned, the focal point of this play is Willy Loman, a
salesman in his early sixties. Throughout the story we are told the hard life,
emotions and triumphs of Willy the salesman. Early in the play we learn that
he has recently been demoted to working for commission, which later in the
play,(on par with his luck) translates into Willy getting fired. As the plot
unfolds we d ...
King Lear: Sense Of Renewal
... environment of competition that promotes false flattery, among many other
things as he divides his kingdom in relation to the amount of love his daughters
profess to him. King Lear in his willfulness and arrogance does not see the
error that he makes in equating love with reward, in this competitive
Cordelia is the only one of the three sisters who cannot fully
participate in the competition to gain her father's inheritance by engaging in
false flattery. Instead of trying to out due her sisters, she merely describes
her love in relation to their filial bond. Although her father views this as a
degrading insult and banishes her, it is shown that thr ...
Romeo And Juliet: The Betrayal Of The Adults To Juliet
... you be not hang, beg, starve, die in
the streets." (III, v, 203-204) His wife, upon hearing Juliet's decision against
marrying to Paris, refuses to give Juliet counsel. "Talk not to me, for I'll not
speak a word./Do as thou wilt for I have done with thee." (III, v, 214-215) Lady
Capulet is angered by Juliet's choice and wishes "I would the fool be married to
her grave." (III, v, 145) Juliet's parents betray Juliet by not supporting
Juliet's pleas for the marriage to be delayed a year. Capulet and Lady Capulet
do not know Juliet is married to Romeo, a fact that may have, yet not likely
altered these circumstances. Her parent's betrayal causes Juliet to look fo ...
Julius Caesar: The Use Of Suspense
... trouble with Caesar in power, which helps build suspense
early in the play. To convince Brutes conclusively, cassius forged letters and
threw them into Brutus's window where he was sure to find them. Shakespeare
wrote this statement: "we will awake him and be sure of him. This is a very
powerful statement that builds suspense because the reader most likely feels
that Brutes will join in and want to assassinate Caesar, yet the reader is
uncertain as to whether or not the plan will work. These events are very
suspenseful as they lead up to the assassination of Caesar.
The next series of suspenseful events that foreshadow Caesar's
assassination happen on a very ...
off adds. I recommend that the ads should be no fewer than 300. I agree
this will take some time, but in the long run, it will save us time in the
places where we need it the most. Tuesday, is the first day of the week
where we will go out and distribute 200 of the ads to places such as Best
buy and Gateway. I site these places first because of the fact that the
average house hold mother does all of her shopping earlier in the week as
opposed to later in the week. The target audience I plan to promote to
will be identified later.
On Wednesday, again two people will run off 300 ads and will be
prepared to distribute 200 of them on the following day. Thur ...