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24 Jul 2015

An analysis of "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde

Book review - 2 pages - Arts and art history

The ‘importance of being Earnest' is a play written in an English setting, presenting Jack Worthing as the main protagonist (Wilde act 1). In line with Elinor Fuche's ‘visit to a small planet', it is not just enough to plainly go through a play without digging deep into it.

18 Apr 2008

The Beatles and the Creative Process

Book review - 3 pages - Arts and art history

From the moment the news of their overnight stardom dawned on John and Paul, both boys were acutely intent on broadening and sharpening their already clever writing styles. Rising from this foundation the two erected a model of working, formed by the seat of their pants as they held on for dear...