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This quantity bargains with the topic of portfolio-based writing overview. It explores the idea in the back of utilizing portfolios in writing a programme in addition to information regarding what portfolios are, what benefits they carry for review reasons, and what results they could have on a writing programme.

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You should derive your ideas from the play. 5 Arms and the Man George Bernard Shaw Do you find this a romantic drama, or is Shaw encouraging laughter at the attitudes it portrays? Write an appreciation of anyone scene in the play which is either dramatic or pathetic or both. This play - as with the My Fair Lady adaptation of Pygmalion39 English coursework: Drama and poetry was made into a musical. Indicate the qualities in Arms and the Man which, in your opinion, would make it a good musical comedy.

Do you smoke? LADY JACK: Well, yes, I must admit I smoke. BRACKNELL: I'm glad to hear it. A man should always have an occupation of some kind. There are too many idle men in London as it is. How old are you? LADY JACK: Twenty-nine. LADY BRACKNELL: A very good age to be married at. I have always been of the opinion that a man who desires to get married should know either everything or nothing. Which do you know? JACK [after some hesitation]: I know nothing, Lady Bracknell. BRACKNELL: I am pleased to hear it.

I don't need less than a deserving man: I need more. I don't eat less hearty than him; and I drink a lot more. I want a bit of amusement, cause I'm a thinking man. I want cheerfulness and a song and a band when I feel low. Well, they charge me just the same for everything as they charge the deserving. What is middle class morality? Just an excuse for never giving me anything. Therefore, I ask you, as two gentlemen, not to play that game on me. I'm playing straight with you. I ain't pretending to be deserving.

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