Leila Essy Why we should ban smoking? Smoking should be banned in all public places and should only be allowed in people’s own homes,not only is smoking annoying for non-smokers, but also it carries many big problems with it. Smoking in public should be banned because of our environment, health risks to others, and the negative affects it has on children. (Smocker argue that they don ‘t )No one can ignore that "Smoking kills"
caca” and “popopo.” Caca is the French word for feces, and popo is the equivalent English word. Beckett is creating imagery of academic institutions that are filled with poop. Beckett continues the comparison with the words, “Essy-in-Possy,” which is “a French child’s word for excrement*”. This language would be appropriate coming from a newly toilet trained child, and contrasts Lucky’s academic tone. Lucky uses several connecting argumentative
what is being spoken, or rather providing a meaning to our thoughts words and actions.the major components of communication are its punctuation and gestures,they have to be put in correct places to make us sound sane. and if this communication is lost one might as well get insane, or as well be labelled insane by the world. hence to stay in this decorum of sane-ness, it is but compulsory for us to speak a language that the other understands. similarly it was 'normal' for the theater to present to the
technology. Hypertextuality is the language of the Internet which allows the reader to manoeuvre around the narrative in order to construct his or her idea of the narrative. Dispersal describes the fact that new media has a segmented audience instead of one huge audience receiving the same message and this enables the audience to select content that is of interest to them. Digitality otherwise known as digital media, are the forms of media content that combine and integrate data, text, sound and images
WAITING FOR GODOT: A CASEBOOK “If I knew [what it meant], I would have said so in the play.” — Samuel Beckett 2 Samuel (Barclay) Beckett (1906-1989) Irish novelist and playwright, one of the great names of Absurd Theatre with Eugéne Ionesco, although recent study regards Beckett as postmodernist. His plays are concerned with human suffering and survival, and his characters are struggling with meaninglessness and the world of the Nothing. Beckett was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature