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This paper contains various reviews on books, films and theater plays, such as Nick Hornby's High Fidelity; Charles Dickens' Christmas Carol, Peter Shaffer's Amadeus, Tolkien's The Fellowship of the Ring and Phil Penningroth's Silence of the heart.
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This paper gives an overview on the cornerstones of British culture from 1945 to the 2000s.
In this paper the cornerstones of british culture since 1945 are described.
1) Why was there a slight, but perceptible rise in the birth rate at the start of 1975? Speculate.After World War II there was an increase in the birth rate. A generation later (about 20 years later) this part of the population was of a fertile and childbearing age. That's the reason why more people were having children^and the birth rate was again higher.2) Which 5 reasons are offered for persistent economic failure in the 1970s?
This paper gives an overview on the most important cornerstones of British culture from 1945 to 1970 and gives answers in bullet points to following questions: I. Identify 6 aims of the book (British Culture - An Introduction (David Christopher, Routledge 1999)). II. In which practical ways can you access information and comment on theArts in Britain today? III. The Social and Cultural Context:Explain the post-war impact in Britain of ethnicity, feminism, youth. IV. Why is 1979 a radical turning-point in arts subsidy? V. 1945 - 1970 --> 1. What did the 1951 Festival of Britain mark? 2. Explain the roots of Reggae in Britain. 3. Which image of London's Notting Hill is offered in the film of the same name? 4. What do Benjamin Britten, Henry Moore, E.M. Forster and Doris Lessing have in common? 5. 5) Explain the socio-cultural context of Penguin's Lady Chatterley Trial. 6. Which social issues did 'social realism' in the arts deal with in the mid/late 1950s? 7. Explain how dissent was introduced into the arts. 8. Which cultural viewpoint did F.R. Leavis hold? Compare his with Richard Hoggart's. 9. Which socio-cultural changes did Labour usher in after 1964? 10. Find out about Margaret Drabble's novel The Millstone. How does it relate to pp 6-7? 11. In which ways are the following representative of the mid-1960s? James Bond, George Best (born in 1946), Twiggy, The Avengers, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones.
Bei dieser Arbeit handelt es sich um eine Seminararbeit zum Thema 'Plenty by David Hare'.
Another important characteristic feature which slips into Lessing's novel repeatedly is the new way of treating psychological problems. Anna undergoes repeatedly psychotherapy and sees her psychotherapist nicknamed 'Mother Sugar'. In the course of her treatment the interpretation of her dreams is very important which shows us the influence of Freud and especially of C.G. Jung with his theory of psychoanalysis. A central theme in The Golden Notebook are Anna's doubts about the meaningfulness of literature.Structure, time scheme and interpretation (chart of the action): Doris Lessing wanted to leave behind the form of the conventional realistic novel. Therefore she chose such an extraordinary construction. The skeleton is the short novel 'Free Women' which could stand for itself and is some kind of frame story which is divided into five sections by four notebooks. The notebooks are told by Anna Wulf the main figure of Free Women (each notebook focusing on a different kind of experience). The Black Notebook is about Anna's time in South Africa and about her best seller 'Frontiers of War'.
This paper first gives a short summary of the novel 'The Golden Novel' by Doris Lessing. Then the socio-political contect of the book is explained. Afterwards the background of the novel, the main ideas, the structure as well as the characters of the novel are analysed. The paper reviews the novel and can be used as basis for an oral presentation of the novel.
Im Rahmen dieser Arbeit wird das Werk von Martin Walser 'Ein fliehendes Pferd' aufgearbeitet, wobei eine kurze Inhaltsangabe geliefert wird und anschliessend auf die einzelnen Charaktere eingegangen und angeschnittenen Probleme (wie Liebe, Beruf, Sexualität etc.) u.a. auch anhand von Zitaten aus dem Buch dargestellt und erörtert werden.
Dieses Referat "olmetschen und Übersetzen für Botschaften" stützt sich auf die Ausführungen von Peter Weissenhofer und Martin Grünberg, die einen Beitrag in Berufsbilder für Übersetzer und Dolmetscher von Kurz/Moisl verfasst haben. Im Rahmen des Referates wird auf das allgemeine Berufsbild des Übersetzers und Dolmetschers sowie die Kompetenzen, Qzalifikationen und Fähigkeiten eingegangen, die ein Übersetzer und Dolmetscher im Botschaftsbereich benötigt.