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  1. The treatment of Women in the History of the United States as portrayed American Drama

    This is the case particularly when women are the protagonists in the plays, but it also occurs when women are simply supporting characters who have interaction with the tragic hero. Perhaps unfairly constructed in the plays, the female characters do however stir much interest for further investigation as to why they suffer the same if not more consequences than the male protagonists, even though they were not actively involved with the tragic incidents that brought about the tragedy. As a result, female characters are said to end in three inevitable outcomes.

    • Word count: 12501
  2. Inspector Calls

    During World War One Priestley found that the social classes who were all so different pulled together to reach one common goal, furthermore he found himself with men who were rich and men who were poor but there was no arguing. For the years of the war the society had become almost completely Socialist. Sadly this did not last after World War One and Priestley saw Capitalists emerge powerful again and the social classes reform. Then in the Second World War Priestley saw the same thing happen, the social classes melted away again and everyone was equal and as World

    • Word count: 3183
  3. Dandyism and Moralism in Oscar Wilde's An Ideal Husband

    I am very sorry, but it is not my day. LORD CAVERSHAM: What do you mean, sir? LORD GORING: During the season, father, I only talk seriously on the first Tuesday of every month, from four to seven. LORD CAVERSHAM: Well, make it Tuesday, sir, make it Tuesday. LORD GORING: But it is after seven, father, and my doctor says I must not have serious conversations after seven. It makes me talk in my sleep. LORD CAVERSHAM: Talk in your sleep, sir? What does it matter? You are not married. LORD GORING: No, father, I am not married.

    • Word count: 3274

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