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    Arthur Miller and the tragedy of a Common Man

    Throughout literature tragic heroes are incessantly portrayed by characters inside the larger social class and keep a excessive reputation, but the average human is overlooked and infrequently the primary focus of a tragedy. If a character with excessive intelligence and wealth can have a flaw that leads them to their death, then is it possible […] More

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    Arthur Miller”s Death of A Salesman Controversial Tragedy

    Tragedy was a very questionable concern in literature till latest years. Current figures in literature have actually set a transparent definition for catastrophe. Author Miller is considered one of these figures. Plays and novels have truly distinguished the definition of tragedy. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary catastrophe is a major piece of literature normally explaining […] More

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    About Romeo and Juliet Tragedy

    “A pair of star cross’d lovers….” To what extent was the tragedy a results of unhealthy luck or destiny? To what extent was it brought about by the individuals involved? Romeo and Juliet’s tragic demise comes as a climax of a tale of passionate love. Raging within the background is an much more passionate family […] More

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    An American Tragedy: How a Good Company Died

    This case study tells us the story of Burgmaster Corp which is a machine tool maker company. Burgmaster was a thriving enterprise by 1965, when annual sales amounted to about $8 million. Although it needed backing to expand, it sold out to Buffalo-based conglomerate Houdaille Industries Inc. The case study also, inform us too many […] More

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    A study of the Bhopal Gas Tragedy

    1) We could firstly look at the arguments that would justify a company in putting its first loyalty and moral responsibility to its owners as a priority. One of those arguments is the shareholder theory, which states that “the primary responsibility of a firm is to maximise the wealth of its shareholders” (Friedman, 1962). As […] More

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    1. Discuss Dr. Faustus as a tragedy

    Ans—Understanding of Christopher Marlowe’s Elizabethan tragedy, Dr. Faustus, can be framed in terms of the Renaissance philosophy and the Elizabethan tragedy, which takes a different turn on some points from the Aristotelian tragedy, for instance such as the Elizabethan tragedy’s requisite death of the tragic hero. Dr. Faustus demonstrates the Renaissance philosophy that pits the […] More