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Antigone by Sophocles

An insight into the character of Sophocles’ Antigone. Antigone and Ismene are sisters. They have two brothers who just killed each other and both died. Creon, whos very powerful, honored one and dishonored the other. The dishonored brother being left outside, unburied, and prohibited anyone to cry or sympathetic on the dead body. Antigone who […]

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Was the prophet Muhammad, in your opinion a political leader?

In the early seventh century, Muhammad had a vision. The angel Gabriel appeared and proclaimed “You are the messenger of God”. Muhammad began his career as rasul Allah (a messenger of God). Today more than a billion people align themselves with the Islamic tradition and recognise Muhammad as its human founder. On earth Muhammad led […]

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What is the role and function of the Messenger in Antigone and Medea?

The plays Antigone by Sophocles, and Medea by Euripides, present the conventional figure of a Messenger at climactic junctures in each play. Each Messenger brings appalling and shattering news that is deeply disturbing for the audiences and henceforth reflects on this shock. In Antigone, the Messenger’s narrative presents a dramatic recount of the deaths of […]

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What is Islam?

On September 11, 2001, nineteen Muslim extremists embarked on a terrorist mission by hijacking four passenger jets, and then flying them into the World Trade Center in New York City and into the Pentagon in Washington D.C., killing more than three thousand people. The hijackers were disciples of Osama bin Laden, whose militant brand of […]

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In the world Shakespeare creates in Much Ado about Nothing he demonstrates above all the value of friendship as the strongest bond in life

The theme of deception is ever-present throughout ‘Much Ado About Nothing’; the majority of the plot is based upon purposeful deception, some malevolent while others benign. The play itself, although set in Messina, Italy seems to echo the culture of Elizabethan society in which William Shakespeare lived; the importance of honour and pride at that […]

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