Different Story Themes

Various Story Topics

This lesson will look at different versions of the classic Romeo and Juliet story. Forbidden love themes will be compared and confronted. But the two films are clearly different.

Approaching similar issues and themes in different genres

We will look at different version of the classical story''Romeo and Juliet'' in this unit. We shall confront and confront themes of illicit charity. Then we will find ways for humans to divide histories into categories of genre and media. Tales told by humans come in all forms and sizes: tales of ghost buildings, murders and romantic incidents, to name but a few.

To get all these histories to the point, they are divided by the humans into groups founded on commonalities. A way to the category histories is through the shape they take: book, film, soundtrack, etc.. It' known as the story media. As an alternative, the genre identifies the traits that their story all have in Common, or their "general" attribute.

Tales of romantic affair come under the Romantic Class. Humorous tales come in the humorous style of being comedic. Sorrowful tales of killing and killing are called dramas. There is a way to tell a story in every genre. Genres also have a special way of narrating stories: easily recognisable convention that makes the story recognisable to the audience.

Whilst a story can be narrated about loving in any kind of style and media, the emotions it provokes are dependent on the shape it is in. Like for example, a nightmare story about romance will probably be frightening and bloodthirsty. I' m sure a romantic meltdown will have a tragic ending. We will look at different version of the classical story Romeo and Juliet in different media and different styles in this unit.

Concentrating on the example of prohibited charity, we will begin to understand how to relate and contrasting issues. In order to find the subject of a story, you should look for the generic items that make your core concept attractive and enjoyable. You have to remove the aspect of nature and settings that make history unique for a particular period and place.

Just think, the story was played in a different place and at a different age. Whose historical features would remain the same and which would be different? Start by trying to identify the core of the story. Let us take the example of Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare William made this story about the subject of illicit charity in the tragic world.

The simplest part of this story is about a young man and a young woman from fighting back homes who are falling in Love. Ask yourself now if this story was narrated in another category, which aspect would be changed? The Romeo and Juliet is such a story. You will find tales of prohibited charity in all civilizations, throughout the course of time and in as many different styles as you can possibly think of.

In 2013, the movie Warm Bodies throws Romeo out as a zip called " Romeo ", who loves Julie, the police officer's daugher who is anxious to hunt down the dead herds. Aaliyah and Jet Li are stars in the 2000 Romeo Must The martial art movie about China and Africa in Oakland, California.

Star-Crossed, (2014), a sci-fi show on the CW, stages the classical story of illicit romance against the background of a cosmic raid in which a teenager decays into a foreign escape. The West Side Story (1957) by Stephen Sondheim starts a New York fight between sharks and jet fighters for songs and music.

Gnomeo and Juliet (2011) uses computer motion to visualise the secret romanticism between a gnome in neighbouring orchards. All of them are playing with the notion that two teens can still falling in Love despite the mythical competition they were conceived of. Morality and goals go hand in hand with this key concept, which distorts and adapts to every cultural and historic environment.

At the end of Warm Bodies, however, R returns from a zipombie to a person through the force of music.

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