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Dramatic Aspirations at Villa Borghese: The Theatrics of Bernini's Sculptural Group
This paper focuses on both the display and subject matter of Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s sculptures at Villa Borghese in Rome, Italy. Utilizing research with primary source material, including biographical accounts of Bernini’s ...
Shakespeare and British Occupation Policy in Germany, 1945-1949
Following World War II, the United Kingdom was responsible for occupying a section of Germany. While the British were initially focused on demilitarization and reparations, their goals quickly changed to that of rehabilitation ...
Gender and Violence in Tennessee Williams and Sam Shepard’s Plays
Tennessee Williams and Sam Shepard are two generational playwrights whose work not only defines their perception of American masculinities but also the role and social consequences of women in domestic environments. It is ...