English Lit. Unit 1

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Andrew Hall, Director of KT (2014)
The Holocaust is an unspeakable obscenity that is the historical backdrop of the play
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Andrew Hall, Director of KT (2014)
...the UK has a proud tradition of welcoming the persecuted
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Andrew Hall, Director of KT (2014)
Great achievement = made a monumental crime deeply personal
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Andrew Hall, Director of KT (2014)
KT looks beyond the specifics of the historical event and taps into a universal human experience
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Carl Jung (1957)
I can understand myself only in the light of inner happenings
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Jewish Quote
Above all things, survive
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Charlotte Bronte (1847)
Too much suffering makes a stone of the heart
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Joseph Conrad
Facing it, always facing it, that is the way to go on
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Belgrade Theatre Production (2014)
The production I saw in Manchester
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John Banville
His is close-up poetry. Few writers can give the sense of rich, fecund, lived life that Heaney does.
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John Carey
He can make us understand that the outside world is not outside, but what we are made of
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Helen Vendler
Heaney's voice is one of suppleness almost equal to consciousness itself
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Andrew Hall, Director of KT (2014)

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KT looks beyond the specifics of the historical event and taps into a universal human experience

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