Tag Archives: Drama

A View from the Bridge: a play

Drama is a unique literary form because they are designed to be acted out on a stage before an audience. The word ‘drama’ comes from the Greek word ‘dran’ meaning to act or to do. As “literature in action,” drama brings a story to life before our … Continue reading

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A View from the Bridge

Context In 1947, Arthur Miller was doing research on Pete Panto, a young Longshoreman who was executed by the mob for attempting to revolt against union leadership. He was told an interesting story about another Longshoreman in the area who … Continue reading

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Welcome Senior 3!!!

Hello everyone! How are you getting ready for the IGCSE examination???? This year, we´ll be together studying Literature 2 periods a week and we are going to work really hard. Don´t panic! We are together in this and everybody will rock at … Continue reading

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Who´s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Let´s watch some scenes from this play! Video 1 Video 2 Video 3 Video 4 Video 5 Video 6

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Journey’s End: Exam Preparation

Journey’S End Exam Prep  Sample questions from past exams Journey’s End Summary about themes, tone, and characters. Questions to help you analyse the play. Discuss: 1. Relationships between officers and men. 2. The effects of stress. 3. The idea of heroism … Continue reading

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