Her shoes especially were way too contemporary to fit with everything else, but her other costume, a white dress with a green robe, blended really well and fit the time period. The other thing that I did not was Jonah Fujikawa’s character Phillip, I felt like at times he did not really know what he was saying. He had all of his lines memorized but the way he said them just seemed lost at times. One of the things I really enjoyed about the play was Charles Davis’s character, John. I thought Charles fit the role very well and portrayed John very accurately from his attitude to his boyish outlook on life.
The Indians had kingdoms, cities and communities that were governed well and wisely because they followed the laws and customs of the Indians(pg.9). Las Casas wrote down how not all barbarians were vicious creatures, and there are barbarians who have legitimate government. As Las Casas watched the Indians, he concluded that the Indianans weren't barbaric, nor were they stupid,or dull(pg.9). They were in fact very easy to teach and they were willing to learn the Christian religion(pg.9). They were very talented in learning liberal sins and they would accept honor and repent their sins(pg.9).
There are many reasons as to why, but all have a main principle, the original copy still exists for people to read. Although the more modernised movies may have changed the message to help draw in more people and make more money, the original text still exists and people can read that if they want the original meaning they can read the original. The new ones still contain the same core meaning only the way the meaning is conveyed was changed. Finally, the elements that were changed did not have a very big impact on the play as the modern versions are still used in schools to show the meaning of Macbeth and making it easier to understand for the students. For example the movie ShakespeaRE-Told Macbeth in the Kitchen, is used to show the meaning of Macbeth in a more understandable way for the
JJ Abrams organizes his screen adaptation of Stephen King’s 11.22.63 in such a way that mitigates Jake’s human relationships, resulting in plain parallels between Lee Harvey Oswald and Jake Epping more than King did in the source material, showing the viewer that Oswald is not as removed from an aimable man as he or she would wish to think. In the text variation of King’s landmark story, Jake is able to make a number of significant human relationships during his time in Jodie. He quickly becomes loved by school staff Miz Mimi Corcoran, and, resultantly, Deke Simmons, when his more liberal views in regards to literature our revealed; after he says The Catcher in the Rye should be in the library, Mimi stated, “Deke, this fellow doesn’t belong on the substitute list. He should be full-time,” (King 309). Moreover, Jake was beloved by the students.
She uses a lot of quotations but that does not mean her own opinions are lost, instead they found the stem of her argument, that traditional funeral processes are savage. The quotations add more detail, make note that no one knows authenticity of embalming, and once again, make the reader more emotionally connected. For example, "If he were not in the habit of having them manicured in life, trimming and shaping is advised for better appearance-never questioned by kin" (313). The use of quotations allows the readers to know that she fairly treats alternate opinions as she presents them with true facts and a correct mindset of embalming. Jessica Mitford paints a very satirical picture of the world of embalming and uses her many talents to convey her claim that embalming is ridiculous and that people need to know what exactly they’re paying for.
Despite of the positive outcomes of these situations, the reality is that having royalty to humble themselves for the good of their country is rare. They were raised being taught that they were entitled to everything they desired, including the throne. Queen Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots were no different. As in the feud between the Montagues and the Capulets in Shakespeare's “Romeo and Juliet,” the feud would have been avoided if it were not for the participants pride. We can learn from both of the feuds that humbling oneself can help us avoid conflicts, whether it be our personal or professional
Jennifer, I agree with the book…”to promote bilingualism whenever possible, so that students feel comfortable within their language in the most things that they do within an environment”. The environment can be considered both inside and outside of the classroom. You’re right! This does mean that we should be just as comfortable with their language, as they are with learning our language. Unfortunately, so many Americans do not even care to learn a new language.
The idea of the movie is not only to inform the viewer of Harry Porter’s dilemma but also to convince the viewer that there is more to him than just an orphan with nothing left to live for. In the Harry Potter movies, the concepts of friendship, determination, treachery, and good over evil are still well-known with new casts bringing new ideas and twists to the plot. The main character Harry Potter was played by Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson was Hermione Granger and Rupert Grint was Ron Weasley. They form a great trio of friendship in these movies. The performance of every character in the movies was marvelous.
This certainly gives the movie more trustworthiness because its easier for the spectators trust the previous trainers opinion, because they are sharing their experience. in Julius Caesar, during Mark Antonys speech, his first line of the speech is the most persuasive in the usage of ethos “Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears!” This shows how he demands to tell the people of Rome in a hospitable way. Moreover, there was usage of rhetorical irony when Antony throughout his speech was continuously saying “And Brutus is an honorable man.” This questioning was aimed to see the ethos of Brutus Now comparing pathos which is the appeal to
Lady Bracknell would be played by Bebe Neuwirth, Miss Prism by Angela Lansbury, and Brad Oscar as Chasuble. These are all actors I am familiar with and they came to mind while reading the script. They each have played a role similar to the ones in this script, and seem appropriate. This production of The Importance of Being Earnest is set in late 1800’s England, about rich and pretentious people who concern themselves with shallow and superficial matters. The aim is to stay true to the script and the author’s point of view.
The most effective translation is Elizabeth Wyckoff due to its effectiveness in sentence structure and word choice. The sentence structure varies starting from Strophe 1, introducing the excerpt with “many the wonders but nothing walks stronger than man”. This simple sentence allows the main idea of Strophe 1 state itself in a quick and effective manner. After the introductory sentence, complex and compound sentences continue to Strophe 2. This variation slows the pace down making the reader look deeper into those sections.
The New World (2005) In contrast to Disney’s version of Pocahontas, director Terrence Malick’s The New World tells the story of Pocahontas and John Smith in a somewhat fictional form, yet also in a much more historically accurate account. The Native Americans in this film are shown as more peaceful and curious, attacking only when threatened, which eventually they do come under by the English. Even John Smith (played by Colin Farrel) says that they’re friendly, peace loving people and not savage. Like its Disney counterpart, it also featured Native American actors in the appropriate roles, including Q’orianka Kilcher (Pocahontas), August Schellenberg (Powhatan) and Wes Studi (Opechancanough). It also featured Irene Bedard (who voiced Pocahontas
This isn’t a reflection on you. Just play this part the best you can.” As the day goes on, I keep up this mindset, fully committing to my one-line character. We don costumes and makeup, and I’m pleased to find that my janitor suit is comfortable, and I get to wear fun makeup to make me look older. Things are looking up. Now it’s time to perform.
This scene shows that Emily had to tell the truth even if George got hurt by the words. But, George was able to accept the fact and understood why Emily told him the truth. The truth is easily found in this drama scene because the two people need to understand what they are feeling and when Emily told George, he accepted the truth and the facts. Truth is easier to find in drama than in advertising because advertising doesn’t come out and say the whole truth, but drama explains the truth clearly by giving characters traits that you can relate to, and you can understand how the characters find out the
It is important to speak the dominant language and to be clear as possible, in order to not be misunderstood. Herbert reveals after being a part of the United States just as equally as in Guyana, he only code switches with his Guyanese Compadres or at home with family members. He prefers to speak the Standard English, so he is not characterized as less competent. “They listen closely, it determines your importance…das why they teach it in school” (Sulker). Herbert believes that it is very important to learn Standard English in comparison to the other variations of English.