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Bergson on Laughter and Aristophanes' The Frogs

2 pages | 530 words

In this essay, I will introduce Bergson's thoughts on laughter, and then analyze how Aristophanes' The Frogs creates absurd and laughable situations. Bergson's analysis of laughter can help us to understand the play better, and to enjoy it more!

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The Comedy of Identity in Much Ado About Nothing

5 pages | 1250 words

Much Ado About Nothing is a perfect example of how the comedic tension that arises from reveals can be used to create a hilarious and entertaining story. The dialogue is witty and sharp, full of double-meanings and clever wordplay. The characters are constantly challenging each other and trying to one-up each other in their verbal sparring. The plot is full of twists and turns, with each revelation providing more humor and entertainment value.

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The Importance of Sense of Humor

2 pages | 420 words

This essay looks at the different ways sense of humor can help us in our lives. It discusses how sense of humor is subjective and how it can help us to deal with difficult situations, to learn new things, and to relax and relieve stress.

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The value and agenda of the various stakeholders in “Fierce Creatures”

3 pages | 750 words

The essay will explore the value and agenda of the various stakeholders in the comedy film "Fierce Creatures" by John Cleese. It will focus on how the conflict between the CEO of Octopus Inc., Rollo Lee, and the animal keeper, Willa Weston, comes to a head when they are both captured by an escaped gorilla and held hostage in her enclosure.

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