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What is the Theme of my father's tragedy?
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What is the theme in My father's tragedy by carlos bulosan?
Asked in Books and Literature, Short Stories
What is the theme of the story My Father's Tragedy?
Asked in Aristotle
Which did Aristotle say must be true for a play to be tragedy?
Asked in Poetry
What is the imagery that contributes to the theme of the poem My Papa's Waltz?
Asked in Pearl Harbor, Holocaust, Adolf Hitler
How does Pearl Harbor relate to the theme Triumph and Tragedy?
The attack on Pearl Harbor relates to the theme of triumph and tragedy. It was a triumph for the Japanese, but also for the Americans, who managed to save many ships and shoot down many Japanese. However, it was also a tragedy because the attack came as a complete surprise, and many American soldiers died in it.
What is the theme of The Drunkard by Frank O' Connor?
Asked in Macbeth
What is the overall purpose of the first scene in the play The Tragedy of Macbeth?
Asked in Macbeth
How would you describe the main theme of The Tragedy of Macbeth?
What is the difference between a tragedy in itself and a tragedy of itself?
How are genres defined by theme what happen rather than form how are the word put together?
Asked in Drama and Acting
Why is it important for a drama especially a tragedy to address a theme?
Asked in Literature and Language
Which of the following genres is defined by form rather than theme tragedy satire sonnet drama or comedy?
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Whole story of my fathers tragedy's by carlos bulosan?
Asked in World War 2, Japan in WW2, US in WW2
What is the theme of Hiroshima the book?
The theme is common humanity; the whole point of the book was to get to know the victims of a tragedy, and to understand that actions have consequences, and that those consequences can often affect real people. You could rephrase the theme as common humanity as the reality over simplified patriotism or demonizing the enemy.
Asked in Drama and Acting, William Shakespeare
What were common themes used in Elizabethan plays?
Revenge was a common theme in many plays such as Kyd's Spanish Tragedy, Middleton's Revenger's Tragedy and Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus and Hamlet. Shakespeare in particular wrote plays about the unlawful seizure of political power, such as Richard II, Richard III, Macbeth and Julius Caesar. Madness was a common theme, seen in Shakespeare's Hamlet, The Two Noble Kinsmen, and many of the plays of Webster. The husband with an unfaithful wife, or the husband who is excessively suspicious of his wife was a theme of many comedies, such as Shakespeare's Merry Wives of Windsor. Shakespeare also made a tragedy, Othello, on this theme. Young lovers thwarted by the desires of their parents was a common variation on the perennial romance theme (in which young lovers always face and usually overcome some obstacle)