Archive for January, 2014

  • The Irish have had an enormous impact on the literary world, certainly considering their relative small population. Their influence did not go unnoticed, with four writers receiving the Nobel Prize […] 0

    An Introduction to 20th Century Irish Drama

    The Irish have had an enormous impact on the literary world, certainly considering their relative small population. Their influence did not go unnoticed, with four writers receiving the Nobel Prize […]

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  • Poetic Justice and Personal Vengeance in Dante’s Inferno Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy is widely seen as one of the great works of world literature and a major influence on the […] 0

    A Closer Look at Hell

    Poetic Justice and Personal Vengeance in Dante’s Inferno Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy is widely seen as one of the great works of world literature and a major influence on the […]

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  • After discussing the beginnings of film and sound in part 1, and the use of colour and lenses in part 2, the third part of this article will focus on […] 0

    Technical Storytelling in Film (part 3 of 3)

    After discussing the beginnings of film and sound in part 1, and the use of colour and lenses in part 2, the third part of this article will focus on […]

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  • Artists and Their Muses, and the Films They Inspired In Greek mythology there were 9 muses, goddesses who provided inspiration to artists in fields such as drama, poetry, dance and […] 0

    Of Muse and Men

    Artists and Their Muses, and the Films They Inspired In Greek mythology there were 9 muses, goddesses who provided inspiration to artists in fields such as drama, poetry, dance and […]

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