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    Arthur Miller create tension

    “The Crucible” is a play centred round morals, guilt and good and evil. It portrays these themes through witchcraft and an intensely non secular society, set in Salem, Massachusetts, in 1692. The acrimonious and joyless neighborhood stuffed with petty jealousies and fear if attack from Native Americans, really symbolises events in America in the course […] More

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    Tension between an individual and life

    Yeats derives his poetic strength from the fusion of his life experiences and his perspective of the world. The tension in the poetry is deeply rooted in the troubled political context of his time and the personal disappointment he suffered throughout his life. He transformed these things into exquisite poetry. As T.S Eliot describe he […] More

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    Tension in the 1920’s

    There were a multitude of changes occurring in post-bellum United States. The next decade, starting in 1920, was one of improvement and growth. New technology was springing up and life was profitable during the post war economy boom. However not everyone could be pleased with this shift into modern practices. The 1920s was a period of […] More

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    Mice and men tension

    How Does Steinbeck Create Tension in Chapter Three in Of Mice and Men Steinbeck creates tension by making the atmosphere before Curley’s dog gets shot very awkward. He does this by writing about how small noises draw everyone’s attention in the room to it: “He rippled the edge of the deck nervously, and the little […] More