Conventions of Drama When you are studying a novel or a poem, the writer will have used a variety of techniques to bring the text to life to allow you to visualise it in your mind. It will be structured in chapters, paragraphs or verses and dialogue will be laid out using the correct punctuation. However, a piece of drama has its own conventions.
Disasters[ edit ] Natural: The Valdivia earthquakealso known as the Great Chilean earthquake, is to date the most powerful earthquake ever recorded, rating 9. The main tsunami raced across the Pacific Ocean and devastated Hilo, Hawaii. Gulf Coast, especially in the state of Louisiana.
Fires had erupted on the river many times, including 22 Junewhen a river Dramatic conventions in no sugar captured the attention of Time magazine, which described the Cuyahoga as the river that "oozes rather than flows" and in which a person "does not drown but decays.
Gulf Coast at Category 5 Status. On 15 FebruarySabena Flight crashed on its way to Brussels, Belgium, killing all 72 passengers on board and 1 person on the ground. Among those killed were all 18 members of the US figure skating team, on their way to the World Championships.
Since the wreckage of the aircraft is lost to this day, the cause of the crash remains a mystery. All people on board perished.
All aboard died. A total of people died in the crash. Social and political movements[ edit ] Counterculture and social revolution[ edit ] Flower Power Bus In the second half of the decade, young people began to revolt against the conservative norms of the time, as well as remove themselves from mainstream liberalism, in particular the high level of materialism which was so common during the era.
This created a "counterculture" that sparked a social revolution throughout much of the Western world. It began in the United States as a reaction against the conservatism and social conformity of the s, and the U.
The youth involved in the popular social aspects of the movement became known as hippies. These groups created a movement toward liberation in society, including the sexual revolutionquestioning authority and government, and demanding more freedoms and rights for women and minorities.
The Underground Pressa widespread, eclectic collection of newspapers served as a unifying medium for the counterculture. The movement was also marked by the first widespread, socially accepted drug use including LSD and marijuana and psychedelic music.
Opposition to United States involvement in the Vietnam War A female demonstrator offers a flower to military police on guard at the Pentagon during an anti-Vietnam War protest. As late as the end offew Americans protested the American involvement in Vietnam, but as the war dragged on and the body count continued to climb, civil unrest escalated.
Students became a powerful and disruptive force and university campuses sparked a national debate over the war. A mass movement began rising in opposition to the Vietnam Warending in the massive Moratorium protests inas well as the movement of resistance to conscription "the Draft" for the war.
Other terms heard in the United States included " the Draft ", " draft dodger ", " conscientious objector ", and " Vietnam vet ".
Voter age-limits were challenged by the phrase: Civil rights movement Leaders of the civil rights movement in front of the statue of Abraham Lincoln, 28 August Beginning in the mids and continuing into the late s, African-Americans in the United States aimed at outlawing racial discrimination against black Americans and voting rights to them.
This article covers the phase of the movement between andparticularly in the South.
The emergence of the Black Power movementwhich lasted roughly from toenlarged the aims of the civil rights movement to include racial dignity, economic and political self-sufficiencyand anti-imperialism.Discuss how No Sugar uses dramatic conventions to represent and challenge the power relations between the oppressor and the oppressed.
Essay by tlemon, High School, 12th grade, 1/5(1). William Shakespeare - Theatrical conditions: The Globe and its predecessor, the Theatre, were public playhouses run by the Chamberlain’s Men, a leading theatre company of which Shakespeare was a member.
Almost all classes of citizens, excepting many Puritans and like-minded Reformers, came to them for afternoon entertainment. .
Jack Davis’s play No Sugar depicts the struggle for survival by the Indigenous population during the Great Depression in Western Australia.
Set on an Aboriginal Reserve, the Munday and Millimurra families become victims of racist political manoeuvres that force them to move to the Moore River Native Settlement in the s. A series of essay plans for No Sugar, based on workshops with students (Dr Jennifer Minter, English Works Notes) Topic: No Sugar is about the misuse of power.
Jack Davis’s play No Sugar depicts the plight of the First Australians during the s and their struggle for survival during the Great Depression in Western Australia. Set on an Aboriginal Reserve, the Munday and Millimurra families are forced to . Aladdin. Broadway; The Broadway version of “Aladdin” sticks to the movie’s formula, but also infuses the conventions of the genre with a .
Discuss how No Sugar uses dramatic conventions to represent and challenge the power relations between the oppressor and the oppressed.