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Neo Aristotelian Analysis of Sex and the City
Journalism & Communication
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Neo Aristotelian Analysis of Sex and the City Sex and the City is a hit American television series broadcast on the HBO channel from 1998 to 2004. It is a situational comedy/drama that uses the irony in the lives of its lead characters to create humor. Sex and the City is the story of four single friends in their thirties, their love life and the various problems they face.
According to Bushnell, the main characters of the story are based on her and her friends in real life (Degtyareva, 2005). This inspiration from real life makes the series believable and identifiable. The story is told in first person by Carrie in the form of a narration. Carrie often talks to the audience in the middle of a scene to make a specific point. The first person narration also means that we see the lives of the four women through Carrie's perspective. This is important since it impacts the "character" aspect of the Neo-Aristotelian Analysis and will be discussed in details below. The entire series is set in Manhattan and so the overall character of the city also influences the characters and their actions. At the start of the series, the audience is introduced to the four friends who are all single and looking for love. Carrie is a writer, Samantha is in public relations, Miranda is a lawyer and Charlotte works in an art gallery. The four friends have contrasting characteristics. For example, while Samantha is assertive and aggressive and has a number of short lived affairs, Charlotte is much more traditional and believes in marriage and relationships. ...
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