Task One Conflict in a scene usually results from the differences between what different characters want. ‘Damned fools’, I said. ‘Aren’t they damned fools? Don’t you hate them? They always clap in the wrong places and they laugh in the … Continue reading (Five-two)-Fingered Kate
Task one : Anna and Walter in the country 1.In this scene, Anna describes about how happy she is. The conflict in this scene is between Walter and Anna. Walter wants to make love with Anna in the shelter therefore … Continue reading Scenes
p.111-115 Sara Vetere & Savana Di Quinzio Conflict Anna’s biggest conflict throughout this scene is money. Anna attributes her happiness to money, as it’s the reason behind why the world goes round, but she fails to satisfy her needs and … Continue reading Ethel Matthews… What a scene
Alexa Nunziato and Andrew Augoustis Vincent and Germaine are in a dispute which seems to happen quite often according to Vincent’s reaction. However, when Walter refers to their argument, he is actually referring to him and Anna. Anna wonders what … Continue reading Subliminal messages
Charlotte Lapointe and Claudia Keurdjekian The two couples at the hotel: 73-75 Where does the conflict in this scene come from? In other words, what does Anna want? What do the other characters want? Anna wants to be taken seriously, … Continue reading Take That!
The conflict is caused by the two desires contradicting themselves of Anna and Walter. Anna wants to stay with Walter. However, Walter is in denial. Anna says, “I’ll hang on to your knees and make you understand and then you … Continue reading Don’t let me go!
Laurie talks about how she takes advantage of men for her profit. By contrast, Anna gets deeply emotionally involved. She states: “There was a man I was mad about. He go sick of me and chucked me. I wish I … Continue reading Laurie by Marcela and Melvin