College
Essay
Miscellaneous
Pages 3 (753 words)
Download 0
Modern medicine is like bless to human life. It helps living being to get rid of their physical problems. Medicines help to cure dieses, But some time it throw away charm of the life. …

Introduction

This play demonstrates every angle of this treatment.

"Wit" is excellent demonstration of physical and mental situation of patient, Prof Vivian, going through very aggressive treatment. It last eight months, and during the whole course she comes across hospital staff that approached her with different attitudes. DR. Jason, former student of Prof Vivian and a clinical fellow, was very intelligent and hard working. He respects Vivian most, which is visible from conversation between Jason and Susie, but at the same time very serious about his fellowship and research. When Susie asks for lowering Vivian's dose, he refuses and sticks to full dose, for research purpose. Susie, the nurse, is very soft hearted and caring. She love Vivian and wants to help Vivian in all the way her need. She cares for her and do not like to see her in pain. It is visible from scene when she asks Jason to lessen dose for Vivian because of her physical situation. She is always there when Vivian need somebody to talk. This is understood from the conversation between Susie and Vivian after whole course is over. Dr Kelekian, Vivian's doctor, is a good person. He wishes to cure her, at the same time he consider her a research. He is very strict with profession and do not allow involvement of emotions. Vivian was more a research than a patient for both Kelekian and Jason. They both insist for full dose in spite of Vivian’s bad physical condition. At the end also, although Jason knows about Vivian’s DNR status, he call code because he want her to stay alive for his research. All these conversations and actions show that overall Vivian is treated with respect and caring, but at the same time she is an object for research. ...
Download paper
Not exactly what you need?

Related papers

Drama as Learning Medium in Young Children
Since there is active participation of children in drama, learning takes place spontaneously, which leads to later learning of higher order. The theories of educationists like Jean Piaget and Jerome Bruner contribute to the use of drama as a learning medium. …
Drama Wit
This play demonstrates every angle of this treatment. …
Gender, Power, Authority & Violence in Shakespearean Drama
In Shakespeare’s plays we witness violence, disorder and conflict both in comedy and romance and the concept of ordered universe appears widely, since disorder is extensively used in their plots. Clashes and conflicts arise between the members of the hierarchy when those below contradict their superiors or aspire to their positions. But the important conflicts are those which are between reality…
Violence in Modern Drama
Both works deal with different forms of racism, hatred and violence. Both the works try to show the futility of violence and hatred. In both the works, the mental turmoil faced by teenage boys due to frustration and confusion is highlighted .In "Master Harold and the Boys"' the cause of the violence is the policy of Apartheid followed by the government of South Africa , which fanned the anger and…
Italian Drama during the Medieval Period
The medieval drama initially came into being as an incident of service on certain special days and occasions of the ecclesiastical year in an illustrative manner. Until it grew strong, medieval drama was confined to the interior walls of the church (Theatre History.com). But once it grew strong and started gaining fame, the medieval drama lasted for very long with religious intent. Almost…
Drama in the Classroom
Different states in this world have promoted drama as a tool for learning and it has been added in the education policy of these states. Drama not only increases the awareness of children but also increases their skills in such a manner that they can read write build up their self esteem confidence etc. This essay further with the help of different researches conducted through out the world help…
Crime Drama
While featuring very different aspects of the crime drama genre, all these programs place a great deal of importance upon scenes of tension and anxiety; for example the latter regularly shows the female main character venturing into deserted factories, abandoned houses, or open fields in search of a killer: the setting of this action is typical of postmodern anxiety in fiction. …