Il secondo dopoguerra: tesina per un istituto tecnico che collega inglese, italiano, diritto, scienze delle finanze, storia, ed.fisica, informatica, matematica, ragioneria e tecnica bancaria (29 pagine formato doc)
IL SECONDO DOPOGUERRA: TESINA DI MATURITA'
Il secondo dopoguerra.I.T.S.C.G. Tesina multidisciplinare.
Percorso multidisciplinare. Inglese
The theatre of the absurd
Il teatro italiano del 900
Scienze delle finanze
La riforma vanoni 1951
Il secondo dopoguerra
La guerra fredda
La rinascita dello sport e della vita nel secondo dopoguerra
La nascita di internet
La statistica descrittiva
La gestione dei beni strumentali
Le operazioni di servizi
Le carte di credito
TESINA SUL SECONDO DOPOGUERRA, RAGIONERIA
“THE THEATRE OF THE ABSURD”
The world war two provoked a great shock in human life (the atrocities of concentration camps, the atomic holocaust of Hiroshima). In this period the western world seemed to have lost its orientation, leaving man with a sense of helplessness and with a feeling that human efforts towards progress were futile.
SECONDO DOPOGUERRA, COLLEGAMENTI
“Waiting for Godot”(1949) is Beckett’s most famous work. Waiting means making the ezperience of the flow of time. The main idea presented in the play is that man is waiting all his life for something which will never happen. Because nothing ever happens, all change being illusory. The play was fisrt written in french and then in english. The play is divided into two acts it has no development in time; just a repetitive present; it has no setting but a country road and a bare tree; it has no plot, it has no characters in the traditional sense. It has no action, it has no dialogue in”the convetional sense”, circular (non beginning – non end). The structure of the play suggests un that life seems repetitive, empty with no meaning in the sense of purpose or progress.”Waiting for Godot”is a tragicomedy in two acts. Both acts are set on a country road with a tree. There are five characters: Extragon, Vladimir, Lucky, Pozzo and a Messanger. Two tramps, Extragon and Vladimir cannot leave the road because they have to meet a Mr. Godot from whom they expect some unspecified kind of help. At the end of act one, a boy arrives with the message that Mr. Godot cannot come but that he will certinly come tomorrow. The next day the messanger comes with the same message. The two tramps keep on waiting, waiting for something Good to Happen, for love, for God, for something that gives meaning to life. Godot problably stands for God, perhaps the characters are looking for a God. The main characteristics of Beckett’s theatre:
1. He puts on the stage the theatrical happening it self, revealing th nature of theatrical representation;
2. Uses low popular theatrical forms (music-hall, circus, silent movies) whitin a high genre.
3. The dialogue has lost and local meaning and has become just a way of passing the time an example of actual incommunicability (repetitions, misunder standing, double meanings, monologues, wrong words, telegraphic syle, trite senteces.