By Neta and Natalie Conflict in a scene usually results from the differences between what different characters want. Laurie has plans to make money and have a good time. Joe wants to stay and enjoy the night with both girls … Continue reading Scene 101-103
Task one : 9. Camden Town High Street: 93 (from “It was six o’clock”)-97 From the beginning of the scene, the dark atmosphere is the first element that grabs our attention.Anna is so plunged into her darkness that she … Continue reading Swollen shadow or swollen ego ?
Steven Colalillo, Vanessa Correia, Thomas Leclaire Analysis of Scene 9: Camden Town High Street (93-97) Conflict/Subtext In this scene, Ethel expresses her dislike of foreigners after viewing the portrayal of an English character in a play by a non-English lady with … Continue reading A somber reading of scene 9
P 69-71 The scene is not about Anna and Walter but mostly about Germaine and Vincent. Germaine steps up to Vincent and backs herself up by talking back and not let Vincent talk to her like that in a rude … Continue reading Pages 69-71
The conflict comes from Anna wanting a close relationship with Walter and Walter only wants pleasure, he is not looking for a relationship. ‘I don’t like this room much,’ I said. ‘I rather hate it. Let’s go upstairs.’ He imitated … Continue reading Anna vs. Walter
Ritz Plaza scene (104-111) On page 109 Anna has an intimate confrontation with Joe but she does not want his advances. They have words between each other in this moment ” Don’t be mad at me. I was only teasing … Continue reading Ritz Plaza
By Jerry Huang and Julia Graziani Conflict The conflict in this scene exists within Anna’s own mind, as she is in denial about her situation and is unable to understand the fact that she feels loneliness after Walter’s departure. This … Continue reading Scenes Lab