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An intricate and enchanting tale, spiked

Advantages: The voicing and expression of pertinent and profound observations of childhood
Disadvantages: The shock from Potter's revelations about the inate potential for evil within the youngest of children

Blue Remembered Hills tells the story of seven seven year old Welsh children from the Forest of Dean. We join them mid afternoon as they frollock happily without a care in the world, tumbling through undergrowth, chanting, throwing stones and experimentin ...

matt_the_poet 16.10.2003 · Read full review
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Review of Blue Remembered Hills - Dennis Potter

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Blue remebered hills by dennis potter a proper review of it

Advantages: great short play, easy to understand
Disadvantages: the somerset language can be hard to read at time but persist and you will understand it

...after studying this play for the past few months as a drama student i would think i know a lot about it. blue remembered hills is a very stylised piece of theatre. it connotes the story of 7 children all living in the Somerset area with their mums during ...

leahward39 20.05.2011 · Read full review
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It's a Dolls Life

Advantages: complex characters
Disadvantages: felt a bit suffocated whilst reading

A Doll House was the first of Ibsen's plays to create such a HUGE sensation and I think it is now perhaps his most famous play. It is my favourite Ibsen play. At the time when it was published, the play was highly controversial due to it's blatent critici ...

twingkelingstar 24.05.2008 · Read full review
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Review of A Doll's House - Henrik Ibsen

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could you live in a dolls house?

Advantages: good plot, reflects society at the time
Disadvantages: studying it is tedious

...remember reading this play in college and had to do a piece of coursework based on this play as part of my English Literature course. Whilst having to study the play, I did not really enjoy this play. Whilst I do love to read and pick out points and the ...

irachx 25.01.2011 · Read full review
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Living in a Doll's House.

Advantages: A great feminist play written by a man.
Disadvantages: none,

When Ibsen created a Doll’s House he aimed to create it in a certain way. This structure was known as the well made play. Here are some examples of the format of the well made play and by looking at this list it is clear that A Doll’s House is ...

Joeyjoe 24.05.2004 · Read full review
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Review of A Doll's House - Henrik Ibsen

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