Provide details, including cited direct quotes from the play.

This assignment will enable you to discover how a playwright’s use of elements such as character, dialogue, setting, plot, and time period work together to enhance the themes of a drama. You will conduct a close reading of your chosen drama and discuss the playwright’s use of these devices in his or her structuring and… Continue reading Provide details, including cited direct quotes from the play.

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However, an audience watching these movies separately would be unlikely to make this connection between the two.

Attached are the instructions The (2) works of art that were submitted to be compared were the movies “Taken” and “Finding Nemo”. Each movie (piece of art) has the plot of an overprotective, single father that falls into a dangerous situation as they search for their abducted child. However, an audience watching these movies separately… Continue reading However, an audience watching these movies separately would be unlikely to make this connection between the two.

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When nemo swims too close to the surface to prove himself, he is caught by a diver, and horrified marlin must set out to find him.

Attached are the instructions The (2) works of art that were submitted to be compared were the movies “Taken” and “Finding Nemo”. Each movie (piece of art) has the plot of an overprotective, single father that falls into a dangerous situation as they search for their abducted child. However, an audience watching these movies separately… Continue reading When nemo swims too close to the surface to prove himself, he is caught by a diver, and horrified marlin must set out to find him.

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Don’t forget that you can submit your draft to tutor.com multiple times during the revision process!

This assignment will enable you to discover how a playwright’s use of elements such as character, dialogue, setting, plot, and time period work together to enhance the themes of a drama. You will conduct a close reading of your chosen drama and discuss the playwright’s use of these devices in his or her structuring and… Continue reading Don’t forget that you can submit your draft to tutor.com multiple times during the revision process!

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– try to write clearly, you do not need to use fancy words etc. if not necessary

– I have attached a pdf file to the book called “lockwood”, the essay should be focused on part 1 & 2 – I have also attached 3 screenshots 2 of them are the rubric of the essay and how it will be marked, and the one called “questions” has a list of questions you… Continue reading – try to write clearly, you do not need to use fancy words etc. if not necessary

Don’t tell us what they feel (angry, sad, agitated) or what kind of person (kind, insecure, violent) they are, show us through their actions.

In this assignment, you will create an original character of your own invention, and write a one-page description of them doing a part of their daily routine. Take creative risks with language by showing how your character feels and who they are without explicitly telling us. Don’t tell us what they feel (angry, sad, agitated)… Continue reading Don’t tell us what they feel (angry, sad, agitated) or what kind of person (kind, insecure, violent) they are, show us through their actions.

Don’t tell us what they feel (angry, sad, agitated) or what kind of person (kind, insecure, violent) they are, show us through their actions.

In this assignment, you will create an original character of your own invention, and write a one-page description of them doing a part of their daily routine. Take creative risks with language by showing how your character feels and who they are without explicitly telling us. Don’t tell us what they feel (angry, sad, agitated)… Continue reading Don’t tell us what they feel (angry, sad, agitated) or what kind of person (kind, insecure, violent) they are, show us through their actions.

Don’t tell us what they feel (angry, sad, agitated) or what kind of person (kind, insecure, violent) they are, show us through their actions.

In this assignment, you will create an original character of your own invention, and write a one-page description of them doing a part of their daily routine. Take creative risks with language by showing how your character feels and who they are without explicitly telling us. Don’t tell us what they feel (angry, sad, agitated)… Continue reading Don’t tell us what they feel (angry, sad, agitated) or what kind of person (kind, insecure, violent) they are, show us through their actions.