often considered very boring. Humour was mostly targeted on those who allowed themselves to be deceived or wanted to deceive others. Laughter was directed at the fop, the pretender at wit. The fop, a womanly male was fashionable and butt of all sarcasm and jokes. The plays would often begin and end by hilarious pieces of poetry. Comedy of manners is a high class comedy because it involves the use of sophisticated wit and is intellectual and totally opposite to slapstick, which requires little skill.
I was thrilled enough to even think that I am the precise victim and what I should do if this really happens. Smartly, he grasp into the hold of Dracula, thought that it’s the end but actually it is only the beginning of his fight, their fight against Dracula. It triggered my curiosity on what will happen next even I can’t understand it because of the language used. I’m a bit uncomfortable knowing the fact that I am
Racial Prejudice in WICKED: How is the theme of racial prejudice explored in Act One of the musical WICKED? The musical Wicked: The Untold Stories of the Witches of Oz was first performed on 10th June 2003 in New York City on Broadway. It was adapted, by Winnie Holzman and Steven Schwartz, from the 1995 book by Gregory Maguire (WICKED: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West), and follows the story of Elphaba a green-skinned girl who eventually becomes better known as the Wicked Witch
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