Justina Ekechukwu

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The Relationship Between Medevial Drama and Renaissance Drama

The Relationship Between Medevial Drama and Renaissance Drama

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Drama can be said to be a work of art which delineates human life and activity through the presentation of actions by means of dialogue between groups of characters. In Aristotle’s definition of drama, he emphasizes the concept of Mimesis which means imitation of human beings in action. He conceives of drama as a story acted out by people on stage before an audience

 
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The Relationship Between Medevial Drama and Renaissance Drama

The Relationship Between Medevial Drama and Renaissance Drama

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Drama can be said to be a work of art which delineates human life and activity through the presentation of actions by means of dialogue between groups of characters. In Aristotle’s definition of drama, he emphasizes the concept of Mimesis which means imitation of human beings in action. He conceives of drama as a story acted out by people on stage before an audience.

 
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The Presentation of Gender and Sexuality

The Presentation of Gender and Sexuality

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The story of “our husband has gone mad again” tells the story of a man (Lejoka-Brown) who was running for position in the country through his party: Nigerian Liberation Party (NLP). Lejoka-Brown was a former major but as a result of his inability to keep his home front in perfect harmony and his strictness to the military strategy which irritates the member of his party, he loses the opportunity of being able to attain the position in the country he had been preparing to achieve. Gender as is in this work reveals the females as subjected by the males. In the house of Mr Brown, his two wives: Mama Rashida and Sikira (before the arrival of Lisa) are presented as completely subject to their husband. He is their “lord” and “master” until Lisa arrives and turn the hands of power in Mr Brown’s house making a huge influence and both Sikira and even Mama Rashida.

 
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Neo-Classical Assignmentdocx

Neo-Classical Assignmentdocx

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Compare and Contrast John Webster's "The Duchess of Malfi" and Aphra Behn's "The Rover" as a Jacobian Revenge Tragedy and a Restoration Comedy Respectively.

Compare and Contrast John Webster's "The Duchess of Malfi" and Aphra Behn's "The Rover" as a Jacobian Revenge Tragedy and a Restoration Comedy Respectively.

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This text analyses the plays as they connect to the ages considered and compares this literary ages( the Revenge tragedy and Restoration comic age)

 
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