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Voltaire
“Let us read, and let us dance; these two amusements will never do any harm to the world.”
Voltaire

Advanced Higher English Creative (Drama)
1 chapters   —   updated Dec 06, 2016 04:45AM
Description: By adapting information I had gleaned from Sylvia Plath’s poetry, I created a piece that explored her life and relationships with men, I tried to combine the symbolism of her poetry into the form of drama. So if you like Plath or are intrigued by the darkness of her life, you might like this.
Higher English Creative (Drama)
1 chapters   —   updated Dec 05, 2016 08:03AM
Description: A dramatic monologue spin off of one of my favourite novels The Great Gatsby from the perspective of minor character Myrtle Wilson. How did she really feel about what happened around her? How other people's issues ultimately ended her.
Intermediate 2 English Creative (Drama)
1 chapters   —   updated Dec 04, 2016 06:10AM
Description: Ernest Hemingway wrote the six word story - for sale: baby shoes, never worn - this prompted a short dramatic monologue about a man who was never forgiven for being the one who survived. Forever living in the shadows of his brother that never lived.
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