Concerts: During the semester each student is expected to attend two live jazz performances and write one two-page paper describing both experiences. Performances may be on or off campus. They may be formal or informal. They may be free or expensive. They may be professional, amateur, or students. But, they must be live performances. There is no particular format for this paper, because every experience is different. Use your imagination. Your report can be personal and informal, but it needs to include enough specific information to convince me that you actually were in attendance. I don’t really need ticket stubs or programs.
Book Report: After reading Crow’s Jazz Anecdotes, each student will write a two-page book report. Once again there is no specific format. Use your imagination and feel free to be personal and informal.
About one page to analyse the play Chushingura: The Forty Seven Samurai, the plat contains 6 elements,
1. Plot. We will consider whether plays are episodic, climactic, and cyclical, what makes it so.
A. What is the point of attack?
2.Character. We are considering stock, archetypal or complex characters
3. Thought. Please identify the value system that infuses the play.
4. Diction. Is the language high-flown or mundane? What is the result?
5. Music. In addition to melody (as in a chorus), please consider the rise and fall of action in the timing of inciting incident, complication, crisis, climax and resolution (or denouement)
6. Spectacle. Here is the “catch-all” for stage directions that tell you what the playwright expects to see on the stage as well as what you envision.
And I want part 2&3, character and thought, please read the attchement.
i need it by sunday so u have alot of time to complete it but plz A+ work
Read the section of the “Purple Texts” section on the physical signs of
Transcendence (Early Daoist Scriptures, pp. 355-362) (pp. 298-99 for physiognomizing)
answer the following question in one page (single-spaced, 12 pt. type):
In what ways have things changed in Daoist acceptance of the ideas of “physiognomizing” that we read about early in the course?
Why do you think that the religion has changed in this way?
Introduction – body – conclusion