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  1. Doctor Dolittle Theatre Review

    He soon discovers through Polynesia that it is indeed possible to communicate with animals! Polynesia teaches him for years the languages of several animals enabling him to interact with hundreds of various species. One of these many species is the lobster, he decides to learn this language in order to communicate with the undersea creatures; he wants to do so because he plans a voyage across the ocean in search of the 'Giant Sea snail'! He planned also that on his voyage he would discover the North Pole, the simple fact that at this period of time the North Pole

    • Word count: 3413
  2. Criminal Law

    P.C.: Oh! You were in Yaounde carrying out business for the governor? Could you please mention the type of business precisely? Accused: Your honour, I was carrying out contracts. P.C.: Mr. Amadou, you were carrying out contracts which are b****y? Such contracts include r**e? Do not deny it. Def. C.: Objection my Lady, our English law states that a man is innocent until proven guilty by the court of law. Judge: Counsel is right. Prosecutor, are you aware of the fact that there are legal proceedings in this court? P.C.: Oh yes.

    • Word count: 3400
  3. 'Woman in Black'- drama coursework

    Jennet was looking out the window of Eel Marsh house, and saw this. She died later and started to haunt Eel marsh house and Crythin Gifford with revenge. She was now known as the woman in black. According to local people there, if somebody saw the woman in black, the death of a child would occur later, and this did happen, when Arthur Kipps returned to London. He gets married and has a child. He goes to the fair one day with his wife, Stella and his child, and the wife and child decide to get on the pony and trap.

    • Word count: 7304
  4. Discussing a play based on Mary Shelleys book Frankenstein.

    This instantly created a very rationalized and futuristic atmosphere. The director used cloning in order to modernize the Mary Shelley's play "Frankenstein". The genre of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" is tragedy, but Paul Stebbings, the director of the play, has added elements of farce, making this serious issue with difficulties understandable to many different audiences. After looking more in detail of the content of the play, I realize that Frankenstein myth is not about a mad scientist above mortality and who is out of control.

    • Word count: 3763

Conclusion analysis

Good conclusions usually refer back to the question or title and address it directly - for example by using key words from the title.
How well do you think these conclusions address the title or question? Answering these questions should help you find out.

  1. Do they use key words from the title or question?
  2. Do they answer the question directly?
  3. Can you work out the question or title just by reading the conclusion?
  • Compare and contrast the historical, social and cultural context of both

    "In conclusion, there were many differences in historical, cultural and social context; however, there weren't many similarities. Personally, one of the biggest factors which made the plays so different was the difference in playwright. Both playwrights had a dissimilar stylistic interpretation of the plays, which made them so diverse to one another. The fact that Reza's play was largely realistic and naturalistic compared to Bertolt who used a range of techniques to break the illusion of realism. Arandeep Heer 1"

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