Hi everybody,
tomorrow i have to send my essay about research paper.
I want you to evaluate me and show mistakes and correct them for me.

really, i passed in a difficult situation .

This is my essay

Before I write about this topic in my research paper I send to you a different topic, but unfortunate you didn't accept it. Then you provide us with number of topics. and ask from us to write about one of them. Actually, I preferred writing for Beckett who is one of the famous writers of the 20th century. I take a look on his works and confused which work I will write about. Finally i found myself fell in love with his play " Happy Days"

It discussed through it's acts three major themes. Loneliness and the need companionship is clear show on when the play revolves around pairings and the need of humans to live together. Stasis masquerading as change, within Rituals domination the play constrained but frequent actions. Also the ritual becomes a repetitive motion that shows the routine of life. The death ritual brings to Winnie and the legitimate option of suicide it presents. Beckett makes Approach of death more dramatic through this stagecraft. His ability to use the language that is depend on it's social usage to have the meaning. He defies a traditional theatrical rule of using motion to keep the audience engaged. Happy Days is known as one of Beckett's more cheerful plays, due in large part to Winnie's nearly unflagging optimism.

In my point of view Beckett depends on the Vision for the random,closed shrink on it the world's energy and vitality as well as people from the activity and movement, everything is being slowly and repeated of mechanism virulently.

I used in research paper these references, Gontarski, S. E. Beckett's Happy Days: A Manuscript Study. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State UP, 1977. Sohn, Doug-Ho. The Concept of Time and Space in Beckett's Dramas, Happy Days and Waiting for Godot. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, Korea. <http:home.sprintmail.com/~lifeform/happy_godot.html>. Beckett, Samuel. Happy Days: The Production Notebook of Samuel Beckett. Ed. James Knowlson. Boston: Faber and Faber, 1985.


note:- if anyone have a specific addition it will be welcomed ( especially in my opinion as i think i didn't write very good ) ..

Waiting for you,,