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    drama-masterplots

    hi. who can provide me with some sentences about the following topics of plots, some kind of review. and what should i do for reviewing them? should i paraphrase them?or what?

    1- All Fools, Author: George Chapman
    2- All for Love, Author: John Dryden
    3- The Aeneid, Author: Publius Vergilius Maro
    4- Aesop's Fables, Author: Aesop
    5- Aesthetic , Author: Benedetoo Croce
    6- The Affair, Author: CP. Snow
    7- After Strange Gods, Author: T.S. Eliot
    8- The Anatomy of Melancholy, Author: Robert Berton
    9- And Quiet Flows the Don. Author: Mikhail Sholokhov
    10-Anderson's Fairy Tale (selections), Author: Hans Christian Andersen
    Best Regards

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    Re: drama-masterplots

    Quote Originally Posted by zohreh_am View Post
    hi. who can provide me with some sentences about the following topics of plots, some kind of review. and what should i do for reviewing them? should i paraphrase them?or what?

    1- All Fools, Author: George Chapman
    2- All for Love, Author: John Dryden
    3- The Aeneid, Author: Publius Vergilius Maro
    4- Aesop's Fables, Author: Aesop
    5- Aesthetic , Author: Benedetoo Croce
    6- The Affair, Author: CP. Snow
    7- After Strange Gods, Author: T.S. Eliot
    8- The Anatomy of Melancholy, Author: Robert Berton
    9- And Quiet Flows the Don. Author: Mikhail Sholokhov
    10-Anderson's Fairy Tale (selections), Author: Hans Christian Andersen
    Best Regards
    You can't possibly hope to get away with a few sentences for each of the authors mentioned above
    hate to disappoint you,but this looks like you are in for some serious studying
    for a brief introduction to
    3- The Aeneid, Author: Publius Vergilius Maro
    I suggest you have a look there
    for
    4- Aesop's Fables, Author: Aesop
    it would probably be best to go there for a general introduction which gives some useful links

    as for the rest
    I've always found these two sites quite helpful

    hope this helps.


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    Re: drama-masterplots

    Quote Originally Posted by beascarpetta View Post
    You can't possibly hope to get away with a few sentences for each of the authors mentioned above
    hate to disappoint you,but this looks like you are in for some serious studying
    for a brief introduction to
    3- The Aeneid, Author: Publius Vergilius Maro
    I suggest you have a look there
    for
    4- Aesop's Fables, Author: Aesop
    it would probably be best to go there for a general introduction which gives some useful links

    as for the rest
    I've always found these two sites quite helpful

    hope this helps.


    Thanks a lot. I really appreciate it.
    regards,

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