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Anger In Speak
Laurie Halse Anderosn has written a book which is considered as a trauma novel "speak". Usually
anger is a phase that begins with madness and ends with regret, but in this book anger will be
tackled in different way, Melinda's anger starts with silence and ends with speaking. In other words
it's starts with fear and ends with triumph over self. Over the course of the novel silence struggling
with anger is leading to speak. Anderson incorporated all themes in anger direction with different
techniques such as flashback, allusion, symbolism, and fragmentation.
The story started in an ambiguous atmosphere ,as readers don't know what happened to Melinda she
refused to speak she only wants to live in her isolation. some people in their depression tries to
speak, and others chooses to keep themselves silent and get stressed when they are given a heavy
workload, like "why me ?" ,as they are too weak or shame to face the world around them ,and this
exactly what happened to Melinda in this novel .People experiencing passive anger may not even
realize they are angry, because passive angry maybe repressed, it can be hard to recognize. In this
long term, these suppressed angry feelings can easily be a main reasson for psychological suffering.
As readers can only notice that she carried a folded story that will be displayed through flashback ...
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She describes her lips using very ugly words. These descriptions of Melinda's lips and mouth in the
novel clarify Melinda's inability to speak after the rape. Throughout the chapters of the story
Melinda's lips are described as cracked, pale, swollen and dry. Unlike any girl who consider her lips
as a sign of beauty. The ugliness of her mouth represents the ugliness and shame she feels inside her
mind as well as her inability to take care of herself. Later, as Melinda begins to heal and learns to
speak about the rape, the state of her lips will
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Essay on Thirteen: Conduct Disorder and American Drama Film
"Thirteen" is a 2003 American drama film directed by Catherine Hardwicke, while the story itself is
an autobiographical based upon Nikki Reed's life at age twelve and thirteen. The set took place in
the city of Los Angeles. It begins, as teen stories often do, with drugs, alcohol, underage sex
behavior, and self–mutilation. The two main characters: Tracy Freeland and Evie Zamora get
involved with dangerous and inappropriate behavior in order to consciousness of their physical and
emotional misfortune, also to be known "popular" at their school. Although these four pre–teens all
come with their own physical and emotional misfortune, they stick together through out this journey
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The induction strategy is defined as "a strategy in which the parent appeals to the child's own
abilities, empathy, helpful nature, affection for others, and sense of responsibility." (Wade &
Travis, pg. 91 p.1) Furthermore, psychologists Beer Arnold and Loehlin have stated "Parents do
influence their children in lots of ways. They contribute to their children's religious beliefs,
intellectual and occupational interests, feelings of self–esteem or inadequacy, adherence to
traditional or modern notions of masculinity and femininity, helpfulness to others, skills and values.
Above all, what parents do profoundly affects the quality of their relationship with their children as
well." (Wade & Travis, pg. 60. P. 1) This demonstrates Tracy Freeland's behavior towards her
single–mother. In addition, Tracy's would fall under the category of conduct disorder, which is a
disorder of childhood and adolescence that involves chronic behavior problems, such as: defiant,
impulsive, or antisocial behavior, drug use, and criminal activity. Although Tracey got herself into a
lot of trouble she was able to, in the end, change herself. In a way, I see this giving hope to those are
young and troubled like Tracy's character and feel as if it is too late. Overall, I believe there are
many messages and meanings behind this film. From my perspective, it's suppose
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Gucci's Use Of Gender Roles In Advertising
Gender roles have been a part of society since the beginning of society itself. Men are supposed to
be bigger, stronger, smarter, they should go out and support their family. Women are meant to fragile
and they should stay at home to raise the children. Though this idea is not as present as it once was,
and many people, especially women, continue to step away from that idea, it is still present
especially in advertising. Gucci's 2011 advertisement for their "Guilty" cologne is no exception to
this. The advertisement features Chris Evans, known for his roles in the Captain America films, and
Evan Rachel Wood, known for her roles in Westworld. The two stand naked against a black
background. The cologne bottle is pictured in the bottom right corner of the image. The title is above
their heads in bold white letters and says "Gucci Guilty: Pour Homme." They use these gender roles,
and other common societal ideas to convey their message that the use of the cologne will not only
make it's target audience more attractive but it will spice up their life and get them pretty women.
Chris Evans is the first thing that the audience sees when looking at the given advertisement. He
represents the role of men in society perfectly. His piercing blue eyes provide a stark contrast with
the rest of the image. He's looking directly into the camera as well which exudes a level of
confidence that most men can only wish to have. Viewers will be left wondering what they could do
to achieve this
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Essay about Laurie Halse Anderson's Speak
Speak Essay
Melinda was an outcast and loner in high school who was overwhelmed, fearful, and confused with
her life and her environment at school. She was always silent in class and afraid to speak in front of
people. Many students today might feel the need to fit in with other people so they wouldn't have to
be looked down upon. As we take a look at Melinda's life we'll be able to see how she handles her
daily conflicts. In the book, Speak, Melinda Sordino, an incoming freshman at Merryweather High,
starts her year off with a terrible start. She's stuck with a mean history teacher, by who she calls Mr.
Neck and a whole bunch of other weird teachers like her English teacher of who she calls,
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Hairwomen is hammering it to death" (Anderson 101). This shows that Melinda doesn't really enjoy
how they're reading the book because of how the class is reading one sentence at a time and
analyzing every small thing in the book. Melinda was thinking why Nathaniel couldn't just say what
he meant straightforward but figured how it would be boring if he just repeated everything he said in
the book. That's why he used symbolism in the story to make it more interesting. In another
example, Melinda says "I can see us, living in the woods, her wearing that A, me with an S maybe, S
for silent, for stupid, for scared. S for silly. For shame" (Anderson 101). This shows that Melinda is
emotionally unstable and thinks of herself in many bad ways such as her being dumb and afraid. It
also shows that Melinda is kind of mad at herself for the person she is. For that, she makes herself
feel ashamed. Another allusion that was used by the author was Picasso. During art class, Mr.
Freeman says " 'Picasso.' He whispers like a priest. 'Picasso. Who saw the truth. Who painted the
truth, molded it, ripped from the earth with two angry hands' " (Anderson 118). This allusion shows
that Picasso was an amazing artist and can be capable of inspiring people like Melinda, who has her
imagination paralyzed, to come up with a good art piece. Melinda agreed to go through the book
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Internal Conflict In Speak By Laurie Halse Anderson
Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson was a great journey from start to finish. This realistic fiction book
is about Melinda Sordino, a student entering her first year of high school. She struggles trying to
find new friends as her old friends leave her or move on to other groups and clans. Although the title
is Speak, Melinda is actually mute. The majority of the book is Melinda's narration and thoughts
about the events happening over the course of her freshman year. She rarely talks and never
communicates verbally to anyone. This is all because of an incident that happened at the end of
eighth grade. It all started when Jimmy, the brother of Rachel, her best friend, took them to a end of
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I liked that the book is organized into small little entries. It makes it easier to read and to divvy up
the book. I also liked the extended metaphor of a creating a tree that speaks to you; becomes you. In
Speak, Melinda's tree slowly becomes better and better. Along with her tree, she becomes more
optimistic rather than pessimistic. By the end of the book, Melinda's final tree, was given an A+, and
her attitude and state of mind were better than ever. I love how relatable the book is to my actual
life. The connections between me and Melinda made this book even better. The only thing I disliked
about the book is that the incident of Andy Evans raping her was revealed closer to the end of the
book. I couldn't comprehend why Melinda was acting like this until 130 pages in. I wanted to know
why Melinda was acting like this in the beginning of the story, so I can understand more clearly why
Melinda was acting this specific way. I really don't have many dislikes for this book, it was pure
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The Case Of Evan Motts Assisting His Wife 's Euthanasia Essay
I am going to discuss in this essay the case of Evan Motts assisting his wife 's euthanasia. I will
cover the ethical issues regarding this topic including whether or not Evan should be punished. I will
look at the theories of Kantian Ethics and Utilitarianism to justify whether or not Evan 's actions
were morally right. An Auckland man is facing a charge that carries a maximum penalty of 14 years
after assisting his terminally ill wife to commit suicide. Evan Mott researched suicide methods and
put together a kit to assist his 55 year old wife, Rosemary Mott, who had been diagnosed with an
incurable, aggressive form of multiple sclerosis a few years before. On December 28th 2011,
Rosemary asked her husband to leave the house, when he returned she was dead. It is believed that
the family knew about the planned suicide. Evan Mott is now scheduled to appear in Auckland
District Court this month for a plea enquiry hearing on charges of assisting suicide ("Man charged
with helping wife die", 2012). The key ethical issues of this case include, whether terminally ill
patients should be able to make the choice whether they want to end their life, or should they suffer
in pain to their unavoidable death. Is it fair that someone puts their loved one out of their misery and
makes them happy but still receives a similar punishment to that of a murderer. The key ethical issue
I am looking at is whether Evan Motts should be punished for assisting his wife 's euthanasia. The
theory of
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Midsummer Night's Dream
Within the Athenian forest, besides the royal wedding being just days away, there are four young
lovers wanting a happy future together. Hermia [Lucy Honigman] and Lysander [Gareth Reeves] are
infatuated with one another. Meanwhile Helena [Nikki Shiels] adores Demetrius [Johnny Carr] but
Demetrius loves Hermia and has her father on his side. Wanting a life together Lysander and Hermia
make plans to elope in the forest, following is Demetrius who is chased by Helena, and little do they
know they are not alone in the forest. Nick Bottom and his mechanicals are rehearsing to perform at
the royal wedding. And beyond the humans a group of mischievous fairies. In Evans' shortened, 90–
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Pink for the fairies, blue for Hermia and Lysander. This helped to create the different atmospheres
and moods during the different scenes. Something that really stood out for me was the subtle, light
yet colourful lighting which really contributed to the title of the play 'the dream' the lighting shaped
a surreal feeling and made it actually seem like a dream. During the night scenes Rachel Burke, who
was in charge of lighting really did well to overstate the dark and emotional feeling of the
characters. I liked the way the lighting changed during the transitions to darker colours and went
with the music. I think the lighting was underused though and their could've been more special
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My Favorite Part About The Lake
Beep! Beep! We hop out of the car, set up our tent, and unpacked everything. My family and I are in
Vermont camping with our cousins and their friends. Dad and mom are starting dinner while Rachel,
Grant, Evan, and I are unpacking all of our things. We have been coming to Emerald Lake for three
years now. My cousins have been doing it for longer. Our campsite is at the top of a mountain and
on the bottom of the mountain, there is a path that leads to a lake. My favorite part about the lake is
there is an island in the middle, and on the island there is a rope swing. I love going off it, but it
always takes me a while to get enough courage to jump off. Almost everyone jumps off. Even the
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We continue to play the game.
The quiet time at the campsite is ten o'clock, and it is now ten o'clock. The parents come back over
and tell us we need to head back to our own campsites. My mom, sister, and I will go and brush our
teeth in the bathroom first, while the boys stay at the campsite. In the bathroom, we see all the other
girls getting ready to go to bed. There are only two sinks in the bathroom, so we have to share the
sink with everyone. The bathroom smells like the outside mixed with a gross bathroom smell. Once
we finished brushing our teeth, we head on back to the campsite, and then the boys go to the
bathroom.
Rachel and I are sharing our own little tent by ouself, and Mom, Dad, Grant, and Evan share a big
tent. Rachel and I get changed, then try to get comfortable on top of our mattresses. Whenever we
go camping, Rachel calls the warmest and comfiest sleeping bag, and everyone else just gets a
normal sleeping bag. Inside the tent, the temperature is not that cold, so I only wear my feet pajamas
without a sweatshirt. Rachel and I say good night and try and fall asleep. I twist, I turn, I squirm, but
I do not get comfortable. Everything was quiet until, bursts of laughter uproared from silence. What
is wrong with them!? I ask myself. "Rachel, I think those people are drunk..." I tell Rachel. "No ding
dong, I'm pretty sure that was Jacob and Jillian." Oops! Jacob and Jillian are Uncle Rob's friends
who came with us.I felt my face
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Movie Thirteen Research Papers
In the movie Thirteen, it portrays the down spiral of Tracy Freeland (Evan Rachel Wood) who also
has a troubling home life with her dad out of the picture, a 'cool' brother who hangs out with
troublesome kids and her mother Melanie, who she is close to, that is recovering from a drug
addiction. Her academic excellence is due to her channeling her inner turmoil into school. When that
no longer fulfills her she befriends the school's queen bee, Evie (Nikki Reed). Her new friendship
with Evie, leads Tracy to start experimenting with drugs, exploring her sexuality and pickpocketing
strangers. What stood out to me in the film was Melanie's neglectful parenting. Melanie didn't know
if Tracy was doing her school work or even going to school. Tracy would leave at any given minute
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Melanie kept promising quality time with Tracy but was either busy working, tending to her friend's
needs, or being with her boyfriend. Melanie had no idea that her child was involved in drugs and
that she was self harming. If she paid attention she would have seen the signs. Melanie gave Tracy
very few rules and Tracy still broke them. Tracy is shown in the beginning of the movie trying to
show her mom a poem she wrote, and Melanie is struggling to find the time to hear it between her
job and her friend walking in. One could infer that it has always been this way or it was different
when Tracy's father was also in the picture. Melanie is not intentionally neglectful, Neglectful
parenting is common with parents with substance abuse problems. Melanie is also overwhelmed by
managing the household and being the sole provider for the
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One Significant Change That Has Occurred in the World...
E SSAYS ON TWENTIETH–C ENTURY H ISTORY In the series Critical Perspectives on the
Past, edited by Susan Porter Benson, Stephen Brier, and Roy Rosenzweig Also in this series: Paula
Hamilton and Linda Shopes, eds., Oral History and Public Memories Tiffany Ruby Patterson, Zora
Neale Hurston and a History of Southern Life Lisa M. Fine, The Story of Reo Joe: Work, Kin, and
Community in Autotown, U.S.A. Van Gosse and Richard Moser, eds., The World the Sixties Made:
Politics and Culture in Recent America Joanne Meyerowitz, ed., History and September 11th John
McMillian and Paul Buhle, eds., The New Left Revisited David M. Scobey, Empire City: The
Making and Meaning of the New York City Landscape Gerda Lerner, Fireweed: A ... Show more
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The beginnings and ends of what we choose to call centuries are almost invariably years of little
significance. But there is little agreement over when the twentieth century c.e. arrived, and there
were several points both before the year 2000 (the collapse of the Soviet Union, the reunification of
Germany, the surge of globalization from the mid–1990s) and afterward (9/11, or the global
recession of 2008) when one could quite plausibly argue that a new era had begun. A compelling
case can be made for viewing the decades of the global scramble for colonies after 1870 as a
predictable culmination of the long nineteenth century, which was ushered in by the industrial and
political revolutions of the late 1700s. But at the same time, without serious attention to the
processes and misguided policies that led to decades of agrarian and industrial depression from the
late 1860s to the 1890s, as well as the social tensions and political rivalries that generated and were
in turn fed by imperialist expansionism, one cannot begin to comprehend the causes and
consequences of the Great War that began in 1914. That conflict determined the contours of the
twentieth century in myriad ways. On the one hand, the war set in motion transformative processes
that were clearly major departures from those that defined the nineteenth–century world order. On
the other, it perversely unleashed forces
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George Clooney Has A Solid Joke To End Brad Pitt's Career
Prank Master George Clooney Has a Solid Joke to End Brad Pitt's Career If George Clooney has his
way with his latest prank, it might end the career of Brad Pitt. "The Monuments Men" star has
revealed his dangerous prank plan. While speaking to reporters at the Adobe summit in Las Vegas,
he said that he is working hard on it but there is no hurry and he won't do it anytime soon. Notably,
Clooney has been there and done that many times before but the jokes did not make much difference
to Pitt's career. The duo share a close bond ever since they worked together in "Ocean's Eleven" in
2001 and Brad is not new to George's gags. He has had his share of embarrassments and troubles,
courtesy Clooney's capers. George has thrown a fake wedding party
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Marilyn Manson Research Paper Outline
Connor Carroll
Douglas
English III
23 March 2015
The Life of Marilyn Manson
In Canton, Ohio on January 5,1969 Brian Hugh Warner was born. His parents being Hugh and Barb
Warner. Brain was raised in a Catholic home. The main "kickstarter" to his rebellious attitude had
come from being molested by his neighbor, brain had used his rebellion to try and forget the trama
of what had happened to him.
Soon after he was expelled from his private Christan school in Canton, his family was forced to
move to Fort Lauderdale, FL. After graduating high school, Brian attended a local community
college called Broward. At the college, Brian studied journalism and theater. Brian put together and
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He said his part by saying he had nothing to do with it and how the violence that took place wasn't
his fault whatsoever. Later that year the band released the last part of their trilogy with the fourth
studio album titled "Holy Wood", the album reached number 13 on the billboard chart. The story of
the album was that the Anti–Christ (Manson himself) telling what would happened in the future.
This album had no Glam Rock whatsoever. It was one of Manson's must harsh album yet. One of
the downfalls of the album was Manson's and Twiggy Marz's differences. Because there were so
many differences, Marz was forced to leave the band.
The band's fifth studio album titled "The Golden Age Of Grotesque" was release in 2003. It was
claimed the best album of the year. The album was at the top of the charts for an entire week.
Manson goal for this album was to completely offend the century and country for blaming him for
the school shooting and other violent things. The sound of the album was based on mid 60's East
Berlin show
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Speak By Laurie Halse Anderson: Character Analysis
Everyone has someone in their lives who can help make them strong and help them to speak out. In
the book Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson the main character, Melinda Sordino, lost her voice and
does not speak due to a traumatic experience. She went to a high school party at the end of the
summer and met this boy named Andy. They danced a little, talked and kissed. Andy took Melinda
out to the woods and raped her. She called the cops because she was so scared. When the cops
showed up, they arrested people. Everyone knew Melinda called the police which makes everyone
hate her. So she starts high school and has no friends and does not talk to anyone including her
parents. But throughout the book there were three people who help Melinda find her voice. Dave
Petrakis is one of the people who helped Melinda find her voice. Melinda chose Dave to help her
with a history project about the women suffragists. Dave passed out her essay and explained how
she will not speak. Dave after explained to Melinda how it was a cool idea, but she can't change
anything without speaking. He told her in order to make a difference you have to speak. In the book,
Dave states, "Don't get me wrong, I think what you did was kind of cool and getting stuck in MISS
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Ivy was not the nicest to Melinda at the beginning because of the circumstances they were in, but as
the book progressed, Ivy became nice since they were in art class together. Up until a conversation
with Ivy, Melinda thought she was the only one who thought badly of Andy Evans. She learned in
the middle of the book that Ivy really didn't like him either. Ivy and Melinda talked in the bathroom
about how Rachel is dating Andy Evans. "I know. Just add that to the list of stupid things she's done
this year." (pg 175) Melinda was glad she wasn't the only one who didn't approve of Rachel and
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Virginia Woolf's Jacob's Room
Virginia Woolf's Jacob's Room – Jacob Flanders, Many Things to Many Readers
Listless is the air in an empty room, just swelling the curtain; the flowers in the jar shift.
One fibre in the wicker arm– chair creaks, though no one sits there. – Jacob's Room
The year 1922 marks the beginning of High Modernism with the publications of T. S. Eliot's The
Wasteland, James Joyce's Ulysses, and Virginia Woolf's Jacob's Room. Woolf's novel, only her third,
is not generally afforded the iconic worship and critical praise so often attached to those works of
her most famous male contemporaries. Jacob's Room is seldom suggested as one of Woolf's best
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These novels largely followed the precedent of Victorian and Edwardian realistic characterization
and narrative consciousness. The story of Rachel Vinrace is conveyed through the traditional
omniscient, omnipresent narrative consciousness which occasionally projects its own thoughts,
beliefs, attitudes, and emotions onto the "reality" of Rachel's world. In Jacob's Room, Woolf extends
the omniscience of the narrator exponentially. Consciousness or narrative voice is no longer
centered in a singular fictional "being." Instead, the narrative consciousness is dispersed across the
whole of the work's universe; the collective voice of the novel includes the traditional impersonal
presence as well as Jacob's view, Betty Flander's view, the view of the London crowds, and many
others.
When the novel was published on 27 October 1922 by the Hogarth Press and printed by R. & R.
Clark of Edinburgh, Woolf was terribly anxious about its critical reception because of her radical
experimentation in the work (Letters 574) and its departure from the fictional conventions of works
by writers like Bennet and Wells, as well as her own previous novels. She was strongly impressed
by the Russian writers of the late nineteenth century, who had only recently been translated into
English. As a writer always seeking new
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Gender Barriers In To Kill A Mockingbird
Women are breaking more barriers every day that will take us one step closer to complete equality,
both politically and socially. Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird is a story centered around a young
girl and her life with a lawyer father facing a seemingly impossible case and a mysterious neighbor
she knows nearly nothing about. The book tells the story of the trial of a black man accused of
raping a white woman, the struggles of a misunderstood nobody in the town, and most importantly,
the story of a young girl struggling to navigate an unaccepting town. Many gender barriers were
pushed in To Kill A Mockingbird, including Scout dressing more masculine and Miss Maudie
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In To Kill A Mockingbird, Scout enjoys things like playing outside with Jem and Dill and wearing
more "tomboyish" clothes (something I cover in body paragraph one). Because she enjoys playing
outside with Jem and Dill, this means she enjoys doing things boys typically do, like roughhousing
and dares. This, of course, affects her gender expression, which is explained in depth in paragraph
one, but that is something that is huge in her daily life. Because the citizens of Maycomb have such
stereotypical and constricting views on gender and what that entails, such as women are there to
create a home while men are outside and doing work, Scout gets a lot of disapproval over her
clothes and how she spends her time, especially from Aunt Alexandra. On page 83 of To Kill A
Mockingbird, revealing that Alexandra thinks Scout should spend her time playing with small stoves
and tea sets rather than outdoors with the boys. The desire for Scout to be playing with small stoves
gives off a slight patriarchal vibe, meaning that they are pushing cooking and homemaking on a girl
that is under 10 years old. Something slightly different than this but still covering gender barriers is
when on page 69, Scout, Dill, and Jem are messing around when Scout becomes weary of a dare and
mentions her fear. Jem then yells at her "Scout, I'm tellin' you for
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I Love This Portrait Of The Mona Lisa
With "The Mona Lisa", a lot comes to my mind, as well as to the minds of others when we all think
of this painting. Some people would even say that this truly is a classic and timeless painting in the
art world. Many people would agree. This is all true, and personally, I love this portrait for so many
different reasons. This painting is really brilliant. It is a really well–known painting that has really
captivated so many for centuries. This is a truly beautiful painting, especially to me.
"'Mona Lisa', oil painting on a popular wood panel by the Italian painter, draftsman, sculptor,
architect, and engineer Leonardo Da Vinci, probably the world's most famous painting" (The Editors
of Encyclopedia Britannica). This painting has become so important to many people. "Five centuries
after its creation, the Mona Lisa remains a touchstone for people around the world" (The Editors of
Encyclopedia Britannica). There are even different versions of the Mona Lisa. "At least a dozen
excellent replicas of the Mona Lisa exist, many of them by the master's students" (The Editors of
Encyclopedia Britannica).
The "Mona Lisa" has really made an impact, not just in art but even more than that as well. "Over
the centuries this quintessential woman has taken on a new life in popular culture" (The Editors of
Encyclopedia Britannica). There is so much that can be described in this beautiful painting that has
captivated so many for so many years. "The sensuous curves of the sitter's hair and
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Essay on American Slavery
American Slavery Between 1830 and 1860, a time of increasing national divisions over slavery,
numerous accounts of slave life were published. These accounts of life under slavery almost
invariably had either abolitionist or pro slavery agendas. Slaves in the ante–bellum South lived
under a wide variety of circumstances, and held a variety of positions, including household servant,
wagon driver, iron foundry workers and skilled artisan. Nine out of ten slaves however, worked as
farm laborers, growing cotton, tobacco, rice, and other products. About half of these laborers
worked on large plantations of twenty slaves or more, while the others worked on smaller and
poorer farms, often alongside their master.
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Then he must work all day, cold or hot, from week's end to week's end.
Slaves have one pair of shoes for the year; if these become worn out in two months, they get no
more that year, but must go barefooted the rest of the year, through cold and heat. The shoes are very
poor ones, made by one of the slaves, and do not last more than two or three months. They get one
pair of stockings for the year. They have one suit of clothes for the year. This is very poor, and made
by the slaves themselves on the plantation. It will not last more than three months, and then the slave
gets no more from the slave holder, if he go naked. This suit consists of one shirt, one pair of pants,
one pair of socks, one pair of shoes, and no vest at all. The slave has a hat given to him once in two
years.
"No beds are given to the slaves to sleep on; if they have any they found it themselves." " A
physician in Alabama wrote in the Southern Cultivator in 1850: One of the most prolific sources of
disease among Negroes is the condition of there houses.... Small, low, tight and filthy; there houses
can be but laboratories of disease. (Rogers 8)
"Every Saturday night , the slaves receive two pounds of bacon, and one peck and a half of corn
meal, to last the men through the week. The women have one half pound of meat, and one peck of
corn meal. The children, one half peck of each. When this mere food is gone they have no
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Women And Women's Role Of Women In Advertisements
For as long as advertisements have existed, gender displays have been used to establish the role of
one gender with relation to the opposite gender. Men and women are depicted differently in
advertisements as men have a more dominant, active pose whereas women have a more submissive
yet sexy allure. Perfume marketers use this tactic to lure potential buyers into purchasing a
fragrance. To promote their product, companies use erotic images to appeal to the abstract idea of
desire. The degree of sexualization depends heavily on the model in the perfume advertisement but
women are almost always sexualized to a higher degree than men. In some cases, there are images
of women promoting perfume where they are not scantily clad but rather portray a sense of
youthfulness and independence. The women in these advertisements are usually recognized
celebrities and because of their fame, they portray their own identities in perfume advertisements.
Due to their status in society and media, prominent and more recognized women have more
powerful poses in perfume advertisements which compare closer to a man's perfume advertisement.
Rather than being depicted as a meek woman whose sole purpose is to please men, they show that
they do not need to depend on a man, but they can do things for themselves.
In Susan Bordo's text "Beauty (Re)discovers the Male Body," Bordo talks about the fact that women
have been overly sexualized in advertisements for many years but the moment that men are
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Columbine High School Massacre Research Paper
Columbine High School Massacre
When tragedies occur, we always ask ourselves how and why did such a thing happened and what
we could have done to prevent it. The Columbine High School massacre, perpetrated by two local
high school students, was the worst school indecent to have ever occurred at the time. The
Columbine High School massacre illustrated the issues that this country still retains such as gun
control, bullying, violence, Internet use, and drug use by teenagers. This incident caused our society
to reevaluate and to reconsider steps that we should take to prevent such a tragedy from occurring
again. After the Columbine High School massacre, our nation would not be the same again.
On April 20th, 1999 at Columbine High School in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
According to Dr. Frank Ochberg, "the two killers complemented each other. Cool, calculating Harris
calmed down Klebold when he got hot–tempered. At the same time, Klebold's fits of rage served as
the stimulation Harris needed" (3). According to Andrew Gumbel, one of the reasons the duo
worked so well together was that they were "each feeding off the other's sewer of raw emotion" (4).
Out of the duo, Eric Harris was the psychopath. Harris was a psychopath because he seemed
charming to other people, easily gained their trust, and planned his massacre thoroughly.
Additionally, he was very aggressive which is proven in his journal entry where he wrote "I want to
tear a throat out with my own teeth like a pop can...I want to grab some weak little freshman and
just tear them apart like a fucking wolf. Strangle them, squish their head, rip off their jaw, break
their arms in half, show them who is God" (4). Additionally, he is a psychopath because his "pattern
of grandiosity, glibness, contempt, lack of empathy, and superiority read like the bullet points on
Hare's Psychopathy Checklist. Eric Harris was a thrill, gain, and power killer. He enjoyed murdering
others, wanted fame, and played God. Dylan Klebold was a sociopath. Sociopaths like Kelod often
have fits of rage which is proven in the way the killers complimented each other (3). Other
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The Invisible Woman: Female Directors in Hollywood
Film scholar Louis Gianetti says, "In the field of cinema, the achievement of the Women's
Movement [of the 1960's] has been considerable, though most present–day feminists would insist
that there is still much to be accomplished in the battle against patriarchal values" (428). Gianetti's
words are an understatement. Women in Hollywood are underrated, underrepresented, and generally
shoved into the background of the film industry. However, with film becoming one of the most
pervasive and influential art forms of the 21st century, women's leadership in the film industry is
vital not only to the feminist movement, but to the perception of the modern female overall.
With the advent of the internet, digital media and film have become much ... Show more content on
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It seems that women are routinely kicked out of the director's chair in favor of a male contemporary.
For example, Pixar Animation Studios (famously producing such films as Toy Story, and Wall–E),
notorious for its conspicuously male–centric films and its exclusively male directors, is currently
producing its first female–centric film, Brave. Appropriately enough, they hired Brenda Chapman,
director of the widely acclaimed Prince of Egypt, to direct the film. Chapman and Pixar parted ways
over a year ago after citing "creative differences" and Pixar quickly replaced their lost female
director with Mark Andrews whose directing resume only includes short films (LA Times). Of the
14 feature–length films Pixar Animation Studios has produced, Brave is the only film to have
contributions by a female director. Another recent example is Catherine Hardwicke, the director of
teen girl mega–hit Twilight. Hardwicke was fired by Summit Entertainment and replaced by a male
director for the film's sequel, New Moon, despite the fact that she directed Twilight into a
successful, profitable film franchise (Deadline). Hardwicke has only directed one film since 2008's
Twilight. According to a study by the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film, only
female directors only made up 5% of directors in the 250 highest–grossing films, which is
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Symbolism In Speak
Closets speak to Melinda Introduction In Speak, Melinda Sordino was invited to a summer party
that Rachel organized before starting high school. During the party, she ends up calling the cops.
Why? Andy Evans, a senior at the party, violates her body outside in the woods. After that day she
felt hatred from people for calling the cops and ruining the party. From her perspective, she looks at
everything differently, (as if negatively). She is afraid to speak the truth. All she wants is to be left
alone in her closet. In Speak, Laurie Halse Anderson, employs the closet as a symbol in order to
create a deeper meaning. Another Galaxy In Speak, Melinda faces daily challenges, like
Rachel/Rachelle's sassy comments, IT (or Andy) creepily stalking ... Show more content on
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There is a beast in my gut, I can hear it scraping away at the inside of my ribs. Even if I dump the
memory, it will stay with me, staining me. My closet is a good thing, a quiet place that helps me
hold these thoughts inside my head where no one can hear them." (51) She has created herself this
safe space, but she has done so at the cost of her grades, relationships and human connections. She
doesn't consider being in this world is a great thing or life being beautiful. Even if years past, she
accepts that the fact that she won't forget about that day. No matter what or where so goes, that sense
of memory will come catching her in her own nightmares. The only place she can run away and
camouflage is her closet. Loneliness Everyday after school, Melinda takes the bus, and counts
seconds to arrive to her house to jump straight into her glorious closet. "I sneak into my closet after
school because I can't face the idea of riding home on a busful of sweaty, smiling teeth sucking up
my oxygen." (130). Melinda's closet represents the double–edge sword of her loneliness. On one
hand the closet symbolizes her inability to deal with the real world, in her own immaturity. She has
even added a picture of Maya Angelou's in her closet to make the environment rich and creative.
Melinda feels homey in her
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Laurie Halse Anderson's Speak Book Analysis
Melinda Sordino is raped weeks before her freshman year, but nobody knows. Coming from a
struggling family and friends that ignore her, Melinda has no one to tell. As her grades fall and her
self esteem with it, she must choose to speak up against her rapist when he tries to take advantage of
her again. In Laurie Halse Anderson's Speak, the uses of the author's life, the events that show the
time period, and the philosophy of speaking up all contribute to why she wrote the novel. Laurie
Halse Anderson faced many struggles as a young adult and shares her battles through the endeavors
of the main characters in her books. From the beginning, "Anderson wasn't the best student,
spending much of her time daydreaming in the back row" (Lew 11). Anderson started school as any
other student. Good grades came easy and she was liked by her peers. Anderson also had a vivid
imagination; she would imagine stories in her mind during random times of the day (Lew 11).
Anderson also attended Onondaga Community College in Syracuse, New York for a two year
associate's degree and then graduated from Georgetown with a bachelor's in language and linguistics
(Lew 18). She has always enjoyed writing, and decided to pursue her dream of being an author
because she felt the need to share her life experiences with others. ... Show more content on
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As for her adolescent struggles, she highly suggests seeing a therapist or a trusted adult for advice
(Angelou and Anderson). Therefore, a conclusion can be made that Anderson's work, Speak, uses
the author's life, certain events that happen in the novel, and the ideology of speaking up to
emphasize why she wrote the book. Melinda's life closely resembled Laurie Halse Anderson's, and
the author has stated before that the purpose of her writings are to influence young people who are
going through the same struggles of
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An Artistic Representation of the Sixties Through Across...
John Stuart
May 14, 2010
An Artistic Representation of the Sixties Through Across The Universe
Many historical fiction films that we watch fail to depict history in an accurate way due to the
emphasis on entertainment and revenue instead of keeping the integrity of its historical events.
However, some motion pictures stay true to history while providing entertainment through fictional
stories. Although the stories are fictional, movie writers can craft stories that represent the history,
attitudes, and personalities of a time period in a historically accurate way. A prime example of a
movie that is entertaining and represents history accurately is Across The Universe, directed by Julie
Taymor in 2007. This film succeeds in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
For example, Prudence arrives through the bathroom window of Sadie's apartment, which is an
allusion to the song "She Came Through The Bathroom Window", and Prudence's character is a
direct reflection of the song "Dear Prudence". Characters names are off of song titles like "Hey
Jude", "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds", and "Maxwels Silver Spoon". These are prime examples
how the Beatles music influenced the portrayal of Taymor's characters, but also how the characters
represent real people. Not only does the music represent the characters, but also Taymor integrates
the songs into real historical events. For example, Jojo travels to New York from Detroit after his
little brother was killed in Detroit's 12th Street Riot. The 12th Street Riot was one of the worst riots
in American history; the governor sent the Michigan National Guard into Detroit, and President
Johnson sent the U.S Army to subdue the riot. The end result was forty–three dead, 467 injured,
over 7,200 arrests and more than 2,000 buildings burned down. The scale of the riot eclipsed the
1992 riots in Los Angeles. Through the portrayal of the riot the black community of the 12th street
district sing "Let It Be". I must note that in analyzing music each song has different meanings
interpretations to each person. However after analyzing "Let It Be", I have found the phrase "let it
be" is about giving up your personal power to a higher power, which is what the people in the riots
and
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Research Paper On Westworld
HBO's Westworld Rides Strong into Town HBO's newest sci–fi thriller, Westworld, embodies
seemingly emotionless entities, while navigating the deeper meaning of existence. Before you read
any further, be aware that there are major spoilers for the first two episodes of this season. Based on
the 1973 film of the same name, Westworld, is a television show that airs on HBO Sunday nights (a
outwardly useful placeholder until Game of Thrones is back). Garnering the biggest viewership
since True Detective, Westworld dives into alternate worlds not much unlike our own. The majority
of the show takes place in a fabricated western type setting, with wanted posters and saloons, all
coming together amid the help of synthetic androids, or "hosts." "Newcomers," ... Show more
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We get to see how Newcomers enter the arena, and what its like to be a first–timer in the sequence.
However, we begin to see more mishaps in terms of host remembrance, as seen with Maeve
(Thandie Newton) as she is decommissioned due to odd behavior. But this behavior is because she
"dreamt" of a time where she inhabited a different character, causing her to "malfunction." The
creator of Westworld, Dr. Robert Ford, played by Anthony Hopkins, explains to the staff that the
guest are top priority in the operations, always giving them what they want. He continues to express
that Newcomers come back because of the minor details and imperfections they see, and fall in love
with. People pay for this service, not because they want to find themselves (like previous mentioned
by several characters), but to simply see who they could
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Hi Hi Hi
Nothing Was The Same
Tuscan Leather Furthest Thing Started From The Bottom Wu–Tang Forever Own It Worst
Behavior From Time Hold On, We're Going Home Connect The Language 305 To My City Too
Much Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2 Come Thru All Me The Motion
1.Tuscan Leather
(A. Graham, A. Palman, N. Shebib, D. W. Foster, L. Thompson–Jenner)
Sandra Gale / EMI Music Publishing (ASCAP), Sandra Gale / EMI Music Publishing (ASCAP),
Mavor & Moses Inc. / Kobalt (ASCAP), Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp (BMI), Songs Of
Universal. Produced by Noah "40" Shebib for Evdon Music Inc. Recorded by Noah Shebib and
Noel Cadastre for Evdon Music Inc. Assisted by Luke Leveille, Jeff Crake, Miguel Scott and John
Nettlesbey. Recorded at Noble Street ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Assisted by Luke Leveille and Noel Cadastre. Recorded at Noble Street Studios, Toronto, ON.
Mixed by Noel "Gadget" Campbell for T.O. Music Group / Evdon Music Inc. at Studio 306,
Toronto, ON. All instruments by Noah Shebib. Contains elements of "Loss Config" performed by
Zodiac Beats. Used by Permission. Contains elements of "It's Yours" written by Coles, Diggs,
Hawkins, Hunter, Woods, Baldursson, Bjoerklyn, Koduletsch and published by Universal Music–
Careers (BMI), Wu–Tang Publishing Inc. (BMI), VGM Salaoul (ASCAP). Used by permission.
5.Own It
(A. Graham, A. Palman, N. Fisher, A. Proctor, N. Shebib)
Sandra Gale / EMI Music Publishing (ASCAP), Sandra Gale / EMI Music Publishing (ASCAP),
EMI Blackwood Music o/b/o Itself If You Need Me, Don't Leave Me (BMI), The Order Of Music
Publishing / Warner Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI), Mavor & Moses Inc. / Kobalt (ASCAP).
Composed by Detail. Additional Production by Noah "40" Shebib for Evdon Music Inc. Recorded
by Detail, Noah Shebib and Noel Cadastre. Assisted by Gregg Moffet and Travis Sewchan.
Recorded at Metalworks Studios, Mississagua, ON. The G.O Studio, Sante Clarita, CA. Mixed by
Noel "Gadget" Campbell for T.O. Music Group / Evdon Music Inc. at Studio 306, Toronto, ON.
Background Vocals by PARTYNEXTDOOR. Additional keys by Noah Shebib. Contains excerpts
from Kenza Samir, used by permission. PARTYNEXTDOOR appears courtesy of OVO Sound /
Warner.
6.Worst Behavior
(A. Graham, A. Palman, D. Natche, N. Fisher)
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Music Therapy
Music therapy is used to treat people for various reasons and there are multiple styles of treatment
presently being used. Music therapy is an effective form of therapy that is used on people of all ages
to improve quality of life.
Music therapy has been used in the medical industry for more than 60 years and there are many
people who have no idea what it is. During W.W.I., music therapy in the United States began to
develop when music was used in the Veterans Administration Hospitals as an intervention to address
traumatic war injuries. There were several musicians who were not working and they would go to
the Veteran hospitals to play for the injured soldiers. "Numerous doctors and nurses witnessed the
effect music had on veterans' ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In addition, music therapy is beneficial for people who suffer from substance abuse, brain injuries,
and acute pain, to mothers who are in labor (American Music Therapy Association, Inc., 1999).
Music Therapy has had numerous clinical studies to suggest that not only musical therapy is an
effective means of treatment, but the sound of music is soothing and comfortable, and it lowers
cortisol, a stress hormone, as much as 25%. The music can reduce pain for patients who have come
out of surgery, decreases nausea with patients who are receiving chemotherapy, and increases
awareness of self and environment. A study conducted at Yale University School of medicine proved
that patients who were awake during a surgical procedure listening to their favorite music need
lower doses of pain medication than patients who did not listen to music (Syed, 2006).
Developmentally disabled individuals and individuals with mental health needs are also receptive
and benefit from music therapy. Music therapy for autistic individuals has helped to teach social
interacting, encouraging the desire to communicate, and minimizing non–communicative speech.
"As far as autism is concerned, studies have shown that music therapy has a significant, positive
influence when used to treat autistic individuals" (Evans, 2008, para. 3). Children diagnosed with
autism are very receptive to music therapy. It was stated "Music
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Anger In Speak

  • 1. Anger In Speak Laurie Halse Anderosn has written a book which is considered as a trauma novel "speak". Usually anger is a phase that begins with madness and ends with regret, but in this book anger will be tackled in different way, Melinda's anger starts with silence and ends with speaking. In other words it's starts with fear and ends with triumph over self. Over the course of the novel silence struggling with anger is leading to speak. Anderson incorporated all themes in anger direction with different techniques such as flashback, allusion, symbolism, and fragmentation. The story started in an ambiguous atmosphere ,as readers don't know what happened to Melinda she refused to speak she only wants to live in her isolation. some people in their depression tries to speak, and others chooses to keep themselves silent and get stressed when they are given a heavy workload, like "why me ?" ,as they are too weak or shame to face the world around them ,and this exactly what happened to Melinda in this novel .People experiencing passive anger may not even realize they are angry, because passive angry maybe repressed, it can be hard to recognize. In this long term, these suppressed angry feelings can easily be a main reasson for psychological suffering. As readers can only notice that she carried a folded story that will be displayed through flashback ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She describes her lips using very ugly words. These descriptions of Melinda's lips and mouth in the novel clarify Melinda's inability to speak after the rape. Throughout the chapters of the story Melinda's lips are described as cracked, pale, swollen and dry. Unlike any girl who consider her lips as a sign of beauty. The ugliness of her mouth represents the ugliness and shame she feels inside her mind as well as her inability to take care of herself. Later, as Melinda begins to heal and learns to speak about the rape, the state of her lips will ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 3. Essay on Thirteen: Conduct Disorder and American Drama Film "Thirteen" is a 2003 American drama film directed by Catherine Hardwicke, while the story itself is an autobiographical based upon Nikki Reed's life at age twelve and thirteen. The set took place in the city of Los Angeles. It begins, as teen stories often do, with drugs, alcohol, underage sex behavior, and self–mutilation. The two main characters: Tracy Freeland and Evie Zamora get involved with dangerous and inappropriate behavior in order to consciousness of their physical and emotional misfortune, also to be known "popular" at their school. Although these four pre–teens all come with their own physical and emotional misfortune, they stick together through out this journey in which flashbacks and personalities reveal the lives and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The induction strategy is defined as "a strategy in which the parent appeals to the child's own abilities, empathy, helpful nature, affection for others, and sense of responsibility." (Wade & Travis, pg. 91 p.1) Furthermore, psychologists Beer Arnold and Loehlin have stated "Parents do influence their children in lots of ways. They contribute to their children's religious beliefs, intellectual and occupational interests, feelings of self–esteem or inadequacy, adherence to traditional or modern notions of masculinity and femininity, helpfulness to others, skills and values. Above all, what parents do profoundly affects the quality of their relationship with their children as well." (Wade & Travis, pg. 60. P. 1) This demonstrates Tracy Freeland's behavior towards her single–mother. In addition, Tracy's would fall under the category of conduct disorder, which is a disorder of childhood and adolescence that involves chronic behavior problems, such as: defiant, impulsive, or antisocial behavior, drug use, and criminal activity. Although Tracey got herself into a lot of trouble she was able to, in the end, change herself. In a way, I see this giving hope to those are young and troubled like Tracy's character and feel as if it is too late. Overall, I believe there are many messages and meanings behind this film. From my perspective, it's suppose ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 5. Gucci's Use Of Gender Roles In Advertising Gender roles have been a part of society since the beginning of society itself. Men are supposed to be bigger, stronger, smarter, they should go out and support their family. Women are meant to fragile and they should stay at home to raise the children. Though this idea is not as present as it once was, and many people, especially women, continue to step away from that idea, it is still present especially in advertising. Gucci's 2011 advertisement for their "Guilty" cologne is no exception to this. The advertisement features Chris Evans, known for his roles in the Captain America films, and Evan Rachel Wood, known for her roles in Westworld. The two stand naked against a black background. The cologne bottle is pictured in the bottom right corner of the image. The title is above their heads in bold white letters and says "Gucci Guilty: Pour Homme." They use these gender roles, and other common societal ideas to convey their message that the use of the cologne will not only make it's target audience more attractive but it will spice up their life and get them pretty women. Chris Evans is the first thing that the audience sees when looking at the given advertisement. He represents the role of men in society perfectly. His piercing blue eyes provide a stark contrast with the rest of the image. He's looking directly into the camera as well which exudes a level of confidence that most men can only wish to have. Viewers will be left wondering what they could do to achieve this ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 7. Essay about Laurie Halse Anderson's Speak Speak Essay Melinda was an outcast and loner in high school who was overwhelmed, fearful, and confused with her life and her environment at school. She was always silent in class and afraid to speak in front of people. Many students today might feel the need to fit in with other people so they wouldn't have to be looked down upon. As we take a look at Melinda's life we'll be able to see how she handles her daily conflicts. In the book, Speak, Melinda Sordino, an incoming freshman at Merryweather High, starts her year off with a terrible start. She's stuck with a mean history teacher, by who she calls Mr. Neck and a whole bunch of other weird teachers like her English teacher of who she calls, Hairwomen, because of her crazy, uncombed ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Hairwomen is hammering it to death" (Anderson 101). This shows that Melinda doesn't really enjoy how they're reading the book because of how the class is reading one sentence at a time and analyzing every small thing in the book. Melinda was thinking why Nathaniel couldn't just say what he meant straightforward but figured how it would be boring if he just repeated everything he said in the book. That's why he used symbolism in the story to make it more interesting. In another example, Melinda says "I can see us, living in the woods, her wearing that A, me with an S maybe, S for silent, for stupid, for scared. S for silly. For shame" (Anderson 101). This shows that Melinda is emotionally unstable and thinks of herself in many bad ways such as her being dumb and afraid. It also shows that Melinda is kind of mad at herself for the person she is. For that, she makes herself feel ashamed. Another allusion that was used by the author was Picasso. During art class, Mr. Freeman says " 'Picasso.' He whispers like a priest. 'Picasso. Who saw the truth. Who painted the truth, molded it, ripped from the earth with two angry hands' " (Anderson 118). This allusion shows that Picasso was an amazing artist and can be capable of inspiring people like Melinda, who has her imagination paralyzed, to come up with a good art piece. Melinda agreed to go through the book ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 9. Internal Conflict In Speak By Laurie Halse Anderson Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson was a great journey from start to finish. This realistic fiction book is about Melinda Sordino, a student entering her first year of high school. She struggles trying to find new friends as her old friends leave her or move on to other groups and clans. Although the title is Speak, Melinda is actually mute. The majority of the book is Melinda's narration and thoughts about the events happening over the course of her freshman year. She rarely talks and never communicates verbally to anyone. This is all because of an incident that happened at the end of eighth grade. It all started when Jimmy, the brother of Rachel, her best friend, took them to a end of the summer party with a bunch of cheerleaders, beer, seniors, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I liked that the book is organized into small little entries. It makes it easier to read and to divvy up the book. I also liked the extended metaphor of a creating a tree that speaks to you; becomes you. In Speak, Melinda's tree slowly becomes better and better. Along with her tree, she becomes more optimistic rather than pessimistic. By the end of the book, Melinda's final tree, was given an A+, and her attitude and state of mind were better than ever. I love how relatable the book is to my actual life. The connections between me and Melinda made this book even better. The only thing I disliked about the book is that the incident of Andy Evans raping her was revealed closer to the end of the book. I couldn't comprehend why Melinda was acting like this until 130 pages in. I wanted to know why Melinda was acting like this in the beginning of the story, so I can understand more clearly why Melinda was acting this specific way. I really don't have many dislikes for this book, it was pure ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 11. The Case Of Evan Motts Assisting His Wife 's Euthanasia Essay I am going to discuss in this essay the case of Evan Motts assisting his wife 's euthanasia. I will cover the ethical issues regarding this topic including whether or not Evan should be punished. I will look at the theories of Kantian Ethics and Utilitarianism to justify whether or not Evan 's actions were morally right. An Auckland man is facing a charge that carries a maximum penalty of 14 years after assisting his terminally ill wife to commit suicide. Evan Mott researched suicide methods and put together a kit to assist his 55 year old wife, Rosemary Mott, who had been diagnosed with an incurable, aggressive form of multiple sclerosis a few years before. On December 28th 2011, Rosemary asked her husband to leave the house, when he returned she was dead. It is believed that the family knew about the planned suicide. Evan Mott is now scheduled to appear in Auckland District Court this month for a plea enquiry hearing on charges of assisting suicide ("Man charged with helping wife die", 2012). The key ethical issues of this case include, whether terminally ill patients should be able to make the choice whether they want to end their life, or should they suffer in pain to their unavoidable death. Is it fair that someone puts their loved one out of their misery and makes them happy but still receives a similar punishment to that of a murderer. The key ethical issue I am looking at is whether Evan Motts should be punished for assisting his wife 's euthanasia. The theory of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 13. Midsummer Night's Dream Within the Athenian forest, besides the royal wedding being just days away, there are four young lovers wanting a happy future together. Hermia [Lucy Honigman] and Lysander [Gareth Reeves] are infatuated with one another. Meanwhile Helena [Nikki Shiels] adores Demetrius [Johnny Carr] but Demetrius loves Hermia and has her father on his side. Wanting a life together Lysander and Hermia make plans to elope in the forest, following is Demetrius who is chased by Helena, and little do they know they are not alone in the forest. Nick Bottom and his mechanicals are rehearsing to perform at the royal wedding. And beyond the humans a group of mischievous fairies. In Evans' shortened, 90– minute version of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, an 8 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Pink for the fairies, blue for Hermia and Lysander. This helped to create the different atmospheres and moods during the different scenes. Something that really stood out for me was the subtle, light yet colourful lighting which really contributed to the title of the play 'the dream' the lighting shaped a surreal feeling and made it actually seem like a dream. During the night scenes Rachel Burke, who was in charge of lighting really did well to overstate the dark and emotional feeling of the characters. I liked the way the lighting changed during the transitions to darker colours and went with the music. I think the lighting was underused though and their could've been more special ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 15. My Favorite Part About The Lake Beep! Beep! We hop out of the car, set up our tent, and unpacked everything. My family and I are in Vermont camping with our cousins and their friends. Dad and mom are starting dinner while Rachel, Grant, Evan, and I are unpacking all of our things. We have been coming to Emerald Lake for three years now. My cousins have been doing it for longer. Our campsite is at the top of a mountain and on the bottom of the mountain, there is a path that leads to a lake. My favorite part about the lake is there is an island in the middle, and on the island there is a rope swing. I love going off it, but it always takes me a while to get enough courage to jump off. Almost everyone jumps off. Even the youngest children who are eight years old. Mom calls ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We continue to play the game. The quiet time at the campsite is ten o'clock, and it is now ten o'clock. The parents come back over and tell us we need to head back to our own campsites. My mom, sister, and I will go and brush our teeth in the bathroom first, while the boys stay at the campsite. In the bathroom, we see all the other girls getting ready to go to bed. There are only two sinks in the bathroom, so we have to share the sink with everyone. The bathroom smells like the outside mixed with a gross bathroom smell. Once we finished brushing our teeth, we head on back to the campsite, and then the boys go to the bathroom. Rachel and I are sharing our own little tent by ouself, and Mom, Dad, Grant, and Evan share a big tent. Rachel and I get changed, then try to get comfortable on top of our mattresses. Whenever we go camping, Rachel calls the warmest and comfiest sleeping bag, and everyone else just gets a normal sleeping bag. Inside the tent, the temperature is not that cold, so I only wear my feet pajamas without a sweatshirt. Rachel and I say good night and try and fall asleep. I twist, I turn, I squirm, but I do not get comfortable. Everything was quiet until, bursts of laughter uproared from silence. What is wrong with them!? I ask myself. "Rachel, I think those people are drunk..." I tell Rachel. "No ding dong, I'm pretty sure that was Jacob and Jillian." Oops! Jacob and Jillian are Uncle Rob's friends who came with us.I felt my face ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 17. Movie Thirteen Research Papers In the movie Thirteen, it portrays the down spiral of Tracy Freeland (Evan Rachel Wood) who also has a troubling home life with her dad out of the picture, a 'cool' brother who hangs out with troublesome kids and her mother Melanie, who she is close to, that is recovering from a drug addiction. Her academic excellence is due to her channeling her inner turmoil into school. When that no longer fulfills her she befriends the school's queen bee, Evie (Nikki Reed). Her new friendship with Evie, leads Tracy to start experimenting with drugs, exploring her sexuality and pickpocketing strangers. What stood out to me in the film was Melanie's neglectful parenting. Melanie didn't know if Tracy was doing her school work or even going to school. Tracy would leave at any given minute and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Melanie kept promising quality time with Tracy but was either busy working, tending to her friend's needs, or being with her boyfriend. Melanie had no idea that her child was involved in drugs and that she was self harming. If she paid attention she would have seen the signs. Melanie gave Tracy very few rules and Tracy still broke them. Tracy is shown in the beginning of the movie trying to show her mom a poem she wrote, and Melanie is struggling to find the time to hear it between her job and her friend walking in. One could infer that it has always been this way or it was different when Tracy's father was also in the picture. Melanie is not intentionally neglectful, Neglectful parenting is common with parents with substance abuse problems. Melanie is also overwhelmed by managing the household and being the sole provider for the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 19. One Significant Change That Has Occurred in the World... E SSAYS ON TWENTIETH–C ENTURY H ISTORY In the series Critical Perspectives on the Past, edited by Susan Porter Benson, Stephen Brier, and Roy Rosenzweig Also in this series: Paula Hamilton and Linda Shopes, eds., Oral History and Public Memories Tiffany Ruby Patterson, Zora Neale Hurston and a History of Southern Life Lisa M. Fine, The Story of Reo Joe: Work, Kin, and Community in Autotown, U.S.A. Van Gosse and Richard Moser, eds., The World the Sixties Made: Politics and Culture in Recent America Joanne Meyerowitz, ed., History and September 11th John McMillian and Paul Buhle, eds., The New Left Revisited David M. Scobey, Empire City: The Making and Meaning of the New York City Landscape Gerda Lerner, Fireweed: A ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The beginnings and ends of what we choose to call centuries are almost invariably years of little significance. But there is little agreement over when the twentieth century c.e. arrived, and there were several points both before the year 2000 (the collapse of the Soviet Union, the reunification of Germany, the surge of globalization from the mid–1990s) and afterward (9/11, or the global recession of 2008) when one could quite plausibly argue that a new era had begun. A compelling case can be made for viewing the decades of the global scramble for colonies after 1870 as a predictable culmination of the long nineteenth century, which was ushered in by the industrial and political revolutions of the late 1700s. But at the same time, without serious attention to the processes and misguided policies that led to decades of agrarian and industrial depression from the late 1860s to the 1890s, as well as the social tensions and political rivalries that generated and were in turn fed by imperialist expansionism, one cannot begin to comprehend the causes and consequences of the Great War that began in 1914. That conflict determined the contours of the twentieth century in myriad ways. On the one hand, the war set in motion transformative processes that were clearly major departures from those that defined the nineteenth–century world order. On the other, it perversely unleashed forces ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 21. George Clooney Has A Solid Joke To End Brad Pitt's Career Prank Master George Clooney Has a Solid Joke to End Brad Pitt's Career If George Clooney has his way with his latest prank, it might end the career of Brad Pitt. "The Monuments Men" star has revealed his dangerous prank plan. While speaking to reporters at the Adobe summit in Las Vegas, he said that he is working hard on it but there is no hurry and he won't do it anytime soon. Notably, Clooney has been there and done that many times before but the jokes did not make much difference to Pitt's career. The duo share a close bond ever since they worked together in "Ocean's Eleven" in 2001 and Brad is not new to George's gags. He has had his share of embarrassments and troubles, courtesy Clooney's capers. George has thrown a fake wedding party ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 23. Marilyn Manson Research Paper Outline Connor Carroll Douglas English III 23 March 2015 The Life of Marilyn Manson In Canton, Ohio on January 5,1969 Brian Hugh Warner was born. His parents being Hugh and Barb Warner. Brain was raised in a Catholic home. The main "kickstarter" to his rebellious attitude had come from being molested by his neighbor, brain had used his rebellion to try and forget the trama of what had happened to him. Soon after he was expelled from his private Christan school in Canton, his family was forced to move to Fort Lauderdale, FL. After graduating high school, Brian attended a local community college called Broward. At the college, Brian studied journalism and theater. Brian put together and formed a band called Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kidsin ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He said his part by saying he had nothing to do with it and how the violence that took place wasn't his fault whatsoever. Later that year the band released the last part of their trilogy with the fourth studio album titled "Holy Wood", the album reached number 13 on the billboard chart. The story of the album was that the Anti–Christ (Manson himself) telling what would happened in the future. This album had no Glam Rock whatsoever. It was one of Manson's must harsh album yet. One of the downfalls of the album was Manson's and Twiggy Marz's differences. Because there were so many differences, Marz was forced to leave the band. The band's fifth studio album titled "The Golden Age Of Grotesque" was release in 2003. It was claimed the best album of the year. The album was at the top of the charts for an entire week. Manson goal for this album was to completely offend the century and country for blaming him for the school shooting and other violent things. The sound of the album was based on mid 60's East Berlin show ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 25. Speak By Laurie Halse Anderson: Character Analysis Everyone has someone in their lives who can help make them strong and help them to speak out. In the book Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson the main character, Melinda Sordino, lost her voice and does not speak due to a traumatic experience. She went to a high school party at the end of the summer and met this boy named Andy. They danced a little, talked and kissed. Andy took Melinda out to the woods and raped her. She called the cops because she was so scared. When the cops showed up, they arrested people. Everyone knew Melinda called the police which makes everyone hate her. So she starts high school and has no friends and does not talk to anyone including her parents. But throughout the book there were three people who help Melinda find her voice. Dave Petrakis is one of the people who helped Melinda find her voice. Melinda chose Dave to help her with a history project about the women suffragists. Dave passed out her essay and explained how she will not speak. Dave after explained to Melinda how it was a cool idea, but she can't change anything without speaking. He told her in order to make a difference you have to speak. In the book, Dave states, "Don't get me wrong, I think what you did was kind of cool and getting stuck in MISS wasn't fair. But don't expect to make a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Ivy was not the nicest to Melinda at the beginning because of the circumstances they were in, but as the book progressed, Ivy became nice since they were in art class together. Up until a conversation with Ivy, Melinda thought she was the only one who thought badly of Andy Evans. She learned in the middle of the book that Ivy really didn't like him either. Ivy and Melinda talked in the bathroom about how Rachel is dating Andy Evans. "I know. Just add that to the list of stupid things she's done this year." (pg 175) Melinda was glad she wasn't the only one who didn't approve of Rachel and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 27. Virginia Woolf's Jacob's Room Virginia Woolf's Jacob's Room – Jacob Flanders, Many Things to Many Readers Listless is the air in an empty room, just swelling the curtain; the flowers in the jar shift. One fibre in the wicker arm– chair creaks, though no one sits there. – Jacob's Room The year 1922 marks the beginning of High Modernism with the publications of T. S. Eliot's The Wasteland, James Joyce's Ulysses, and Virginia Woolf's Jacob's Room. Woolf's novel, only her third, is not generally afforded the iconic worship and critical praise so often attached to those works of her most famous male contemporaries. Jacob's Room is seldom suggested as one of Woolf's best fiction; the novel has not generated the same encomia as her recognized masterpieces Mrs. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These novels largely followed the precedent of Victorian and Edwardian realistic characterization and narrative consciousness. The story of Rachel Vinrace is conveyed through the traditional omniscient, omnipresent narrative consciousness which occasionally projects its own thoughts, beliefs, attitudes, and emotions onto the "reality" of Rachel's world. In Jacob's Room, Woolf extends the omniscience of the narrator exponentially. Consciousness or narrative voice is no longer centered in a singular fictional "being." Instead, the narrative consciousness is dispersed across the whole of the work's universe; the collective voice of the novel includes the traditional impersonal presence as well as Jacob's view, Betty Flander's view, the view of the London crowds, and many others. When the novel was published on 27 October 1922 by the Hogarth Press and printed by R. & R. Clark of Edinburgh, Woolf was terribly anxious about its critical reception because of her radical experimentation in the work (Letters 574) and its departure from the fictional conventions of works by writers like Bennet and Wells, as well as her own previous novels. She was strongly impressed by the Russian writers of the late nineteenth century, who had only recently been translated into English. As a writer always seeking new ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 29. Gender Barriers In To Kill A Mockingbird Women are breaking more barriers every day that will take us one step closer to complete equality, both politically and socially. Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird is a story centered around a young girl and her life with a lawyer father facing a seemingly impossible case and a mysterious neighbor she knows nearly nothing about. The book tells the story of the trial of a black man accused of raping a white woman, the struggles of a misunderstood nobody in the town, and most importantly, the story of a young girl struggling to navigate an unaccepting town. Many gender barriers were pushed in To Kill A Mockingbird, including Scout dressing more masculine and Miss Maudie speaking out, which is something women were most definitely not allowed ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In To Kill A Mockingbird, Scout enjoys things like playing outside with Jem and Dill and wearing more "tomboyish" clothes (something I cover in body paragraph one). Because she enjoys playing outside with Jem and Dill, this means she enjoys doing things boys typically do, like roughhousing and dares. This, of course, affects her gender expression, which is explained in depth in paragraph one, but that is something that is huge in her daily life. Because the citizens of Maycomb have such stereotypical and constricting views on gender and what that entails, such as women are there to create a home while men are outside and doing work, Scout gets a lot of disapproval over her clothes and how she spends her time, especially from Aunt Alexandra. On page 83 of To Kill A Mockingbird, revealing that Alexandra thinks Scout should spend her time playing with small stoves and tea sets rather than outdoors with the boys. The desire for Scout to be playing with small stoves gives off a slight patriarchal vibe, meaning that they are pushing cooking and homemaking on a girl that is under 10 years old. Something slightly different than this but still covering gender barriers is when on page 69, Scout, Dill, and Jem are messing around when Scout becomes weary of a dare and mentions her fear. Jem then yells at her "Scout, I'm tellin' you for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 31. I Love This Portrait Of The Mona Lisa With "The Mona Lisa", a lot comes to my mind, as well as to the minds of others when we all think of this painting. Some people would even say that this truly is a classic and timeless painting in the art world. Many people would agree. This is all true, and personally, I love this portrait for so many different reasons. This painting is really brilliant. It is a really well–known painting that has really captivated so many for centuries. This is a truly beautiful painting, especially to me. "'Mona Lisa', oil painting on a popular wood panel by the Italian painter, draftsman, sculptor, architect, and engineer Leonardo Da Vinci, probably the world's most famous painting" (The Editors of Encyclopedia Britannica). This painting has become so important to many people. "Five centuries after its creation, the Mona Lisa remains a touchstone for people around the world" (The Editors of Encyclopedia Britannica). There are even different versions of the Mona Lisa. "At least a dozen excellent replicas of the Mona Lisa exist, many of them by the master's students" (The Editors of Encyclopedia Britannica). The "Mona Lisa" has really made an impact, not just in art but even more than that as well. "Over the centuries this quintessential woman has taken on a new life in popular culture" (The Editors of Encyclopedia Britannica). There is so much that can be described in this beautiful painting that has captivated so many for so many years. "The sensuous curves of the sitter's hair and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 33. Essay on American Slavery American Slavery Between 1830 and 1860, a time of increasing national divisions over slavery, numerous accounts of slave life were published. These accounts of life under slavery almost invariably had either abolitionist or pro slavery agendas. Slaves in the ante–bellum South lived under a wide variety of circumstances, and held a variety of positions, including household servant, wagon driver, iron foundry workers and skilled artisan. Nine out of ten slaves however, worked as farm laborers, growing cotton, tobacco, rice, and other products. About half of these laborers worked on large plantations of twenty slaves or more, while the others worked on smaller and poorer farms, often alongside their master. Patterns of life on ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Then he must work all day, cold or hot, from week's end to week's end. Slaves have one pair of shoes for the year; if these become worn out in two months, they get no more that year, but must go barefooted the rest of the year, through cold and heat. The shoes are very poor ones, made by one of the slaves, and do not last more than two or three months. They get one pair of stockings for the year. They have one suit of clothes for the year. This is very poor, and made by the slaves themselves on the plantation. It will not last more than three months, and then the slave gets no more from the slave holder, if he go naked. This suit consists of one shirt, one pair of pants, one pair of socks, one pair of shoes, and no vest at all. The slave has a hat given to him once in two years. "No beds are given to the slaves to sleep on; if they have any they found it themselves." " A physician in Alabama wrote in the Southern Cultivator in 1850: One of the most prolific sources of disease among Negroes is the condition of there houses.... Small, low, tight and filthy; there houses can be but laboratories of disease. (Rogers 8) "Every Saturday night , the slaves receive two pounds of bacon, and one peck and a half of corn meal, to last the men through the week. The women have one half pound of meat, and one peck of corn meal. The children, one half peck of each. When this mere food is gone they have no ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 35. Women And Women's Role Of Women In Advertisements For as long as advertisements have existed, gender displays have been used to establish the role of one gender with relation to the opposite gender. Men and women are depicted differently in advertisements as men have a more dominant, active pose whereas women have a more submissive yet sexy allure. Perfume marketers use this tactic to lure potential buyers into purchasing a fragrance. To promote their product, companies use erotic images to appeal to the abstract idea of desire. The degree of sexualization depends heavily on the model in the perfume advertisement but women are almost always sexualized to a higher degree than men. In some cases, there are images of women promoting perfume where they are not scantily clad but rather portray a sense of youthfulness and independence. The women in these advertisements are usually recognized celebrities and because of their fame, they portray their own identities in perfume advertisements. Due to their status in society and media, prominent and more recognized women have more powerful poses in perfume advertisements which compare closer to a man's perfume advertisement. Rather than being depicted as a meek woman whose sole purpose is to please men, they show that they do not need to depend on a man, but they can do things for themselves. In Susan Bordo's text "Beauty (Re)discovers the Male Body," Bordo talks about the fact that women have been overly sexualized in advertisements for many years but the moment that men are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 37. Columbine High School Massacre Research Paper Columbine High School Massacre When tragedies occur, we always ask ourselves how and why did such a thing happened and what we could have done to prevent it. The Columbine High School massacre, perpetrated by two local high school students, was the worst school indecent to have ever occurred at the time. The Columbine High School massacre illustrated the issues that this country still retains such as gun control, bullying, violence, Internet use, and drug use by teenagers. This incident caused our society to reevaluate and to reconsider steps that we should take to prevent such a tragedy from occurring again. After the Columbine High School massacre, our nation would not be the same again. On April 20th, 1999 at Columbine High School in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... According to Dr. Frank Ochberg, "the two killers complemented each other. Cool, calculating Harris calmed down Klebold when he got hot–tempered. At the same time, Klebold's fits of rage served as the stimulation Harris needed" (3). According to Andrew Gumbel, one of the reasons the duo worked so well together was that they were "each feeding off the other's sewer of raw emotion" (4). Out of the duo, Eric Harris was the psychopath. Harris was a psychopath because he seemed charming to other people, easily gained their trust, and planned his massacre thoroughly. Additionally, he was very aggressive which is proven in his journal entry where he wrote "I want to tear a throat out with my own teeth like a pop can...I want to grab some weak little freshman and just tear them apart like a fucking wolf. Strangle them, squish their head, rip off their jaw, break their arms in half, show them who is God" (4). Additionally, he is a psychopath because his "pattern of grandiosity, glibness, contempt, lack of empathy, and superiority read like the bullet points on Hare's Psychopathy Checklist. Eric Harris was a thrill, gain, and power killer. He enjoyed murdering others, wanted fame, and played God. Dylan Klebold was a sociopath. Sociopaths like Kelod often have fits of rage which is proven in the way the killers complimented each other (3). Other ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 39. The Invisible Woman: Female Directors in Hollywood Film scholar Louis Gianetti says, "In the field of cinema, the achievement of the Women's Movement [of the 1960's] has been considerable, though most present–day feminists would insist that there is still much to be accomplished in the battle against patriarchal values" (428). Gianetti's words are an understatement. Women in Hollywood are underrated, underrepresented, and generally shoved into the background of the film industry. However, with film becoming one of the most pervasive and influential art forms of the 21st century, women's leadership in the film industry is vital not only to the feminist movement, but to the perception of the modern female overall. With the advent of the internet, digital media and film have become much ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It seems that women are routinely kicked out of the director's chair in favor of a male contemporary. For example, Pixar Animation Studios (famously producing such films as Toy Story, and Wall–E), notorious for its conspicuously male–centric films and its exclusively male directors, is currently producing its first female–centric film, Brave. Appropriately enough, they hired Brenda Chapman, director of the widely acclaimed Prince of Egypt, to direct the film. Chapman and Pixar parted ways over a year ago after citing "creative differences" and Pixar quickly replaced their lost female director with Mark Andrews whose directing resume only includes short films (LA Times). Of the 14 feature–length films Pixar Animation Studios has produced, Brave is the only film to have contributions by a female director. Another recent example is Catherine Hardwicke, the director of teen girl mega–hit Twilight. Hardwicke was fired by Summit Entertainment and replaced by a male director for the film's sequel, New Moon, despite the fact that she directed Twilight into a successful, profitable film franchise (Deadline). Hardwicke has only directed one film since 2008's Twilight. According to a study by the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film, only female directors only made up 5% of directors in the 250 highest–grossing films, which is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 41. Symbolism In Speak Closets speak to Melinda Introduction In Speak, Melinda Sordino was invited to a summer party that Rachel organized before starting high school. During the party, she ends up calling the cops. Why? Andy Evans, a senior at the party, violates her body outside in the woods. After that day she felt hatred from people for calling the cops and ruining the party. From her perspective, she looks at everything differently, (as if negatively). She is afraid to speak the truth. All she wants is to be left alone in her closet. In Speak, Laurie Halse Anderson, employs the closet as a symbol in order to create a deeper meaning. Another Galaxy In Speak, Melinda faces daily challenges, like Rachel/Rachelle's sassy comments, IT (or Andy) creepily stalking ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There is a beast in my gut, I can hear it scraping away at the inside of my ribs. Even if I dump the memory, it will stay with me, staining me. My closet is a good thing, a quiet place that helps me hold these thoughts inside my head where no one can hear them." (51) She has created herself this safe space, but she has done so at the cost of her grades, relationships and human connections. She doesn't consider being in this world is a great thing or life being beautiful. Even if years past, she accepts that the fact that she won't forget about that day. No matter what or where so goes, that sense of memory will come catching her in her own nightmares. The only place she can run away and camouflage is her closet. Loneliness Everyday after school, Melinda takes the bus, and counts seconds to arrive to her house to jump straight into her glorious closet. "I sneak into my closet after school because I can't face the idea of riding home on a busful of sweaty, smiling teeth sucking up my oxygen." (130). Melinda's closet represents the double–edge sword of her loneliness. On one hand the closet symbolizes her inability to deal with the real world, in her own immaturity. She has even added a picture of Maya Angelou's in her closet to make the environment rich and creative. Melinda feels homey in her ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 43. Laurie Halse Anderson's Speak Book Analysis Melinda Sordino is raped weeks before her freshman year, but nobody knows. Coming from a struggling family and friends that ignore her, Melinda has no one to tell. As her grades fall and her self esteem with it, she must choose to speak up against her rapist when he tries to take advantage of her again. In Laurie Halse Anderson's Speak, the uses of the author's life, the events that show the time period, and the philosophy of speaking up all contribute to why she wrote the novel. Laurie Halse Anderson faced many struggles as a young adult and shares her battles through the endeavors of the main characters in her books. From the beginning, "Anderson wasn't the best student, spending much of her time daydreaming in the back row" (Lew 11). Anderson started school as any other student. Good grades came easy and she was liked by her peers. Anderson also had a vivid imagination; she would imagine stories in her mind during random times of the day (Lew 11). Anderson also attended Onondaga Community College in Syracuse, New York for a two year associate's degree and then graduated from Georgetown with a bachelor's in language and linguistics (Lew 18). She has always enjoyed writing, and decided to pursue her dream of being an author because she felt the need to share her life experiences with others. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As for her adolescent struggles, she highly suggests seeing a therapist or a trusted adult for advice (Angelou and Anderson). Therefore, a conclusion can be made that Anderson's work, Speak, uses the author's life, certain events that happen in the novel, and the ideology of speaking up to emphasize why she wrote the book. Melinda's life closely resembled Laurie Halse Anderson's, and the author has stated before that the purpose of her writings are to influence young people who are going through the same struggles of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 45. An Artistic Representation of the Sixties Through Across... John Stuart May 14, 2010 An Artistic Representation of the Sixties Through Across The Universe Many historical fiction films that we watch fail to depict history in an accurate way due to the emphasis on entertainment and revenue instead of keeping the integrity of its historical events. However, some motion pictures stay true to history while providing entertainment through fictional stories. Although the stories are fictional, movie writers can craft stories that represent the history, attitudes, and personalities of a time period in a historically accurate way. A prime example of a movie that is entertaining and represents history accurately is Across The Universe, directed by Julie Taymor in 2007. This film succeeds in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, Prudence arrives through the bathroom window of Sadie's apartment, which is an allusion to the song "She Came Through The Bathroom Window", and Prudence's character is a direct reflection of the song "Dear Prudence". Characters names are off of song titles like "Hey Jude", "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds", and "Maxwels Silver Spoon". These are prime examples how the Beatles music influenced the portrayal of Taymor's characters, but also how the characters represent real people. Not only does the music represent the characters, but also Taymor integrates the songs into real historical events. For example, Jojo travels to New York from Detroit after his little brother was killed in Detroit's 12th Street Riot. The 12th Street Riot was one of the worst riots in American history; the governor sent the Michigan National Guard into Detroit, and President Johnson sent the U.S Army to subdue the riot. The end result was forty–three dead, 467 injured, over 7,200 arrests and more than 2,000 buildings burned down. The scale of the riot eclipsed the 1992 riots in Los Angeles. Through the portrayal of the riot the black community of the 12th street district sing "Let It Be". I must note that in analyzing music each song has different meanings interpretations to each person. However after analyzing "Let It Be", I have found the phrase "let it be" is about giving up your personal power to a higher power, which is what the people in the riots and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 47. Research Paper On Westworld HBO's Westworld Rides Strong into Town HBO's newest sci–fi thriller, Westworld, embodies seemingly emotionless entities, while navigating the deeper meaning of existence. Before you read any further, be aware that there are major spoilers for the first two episodes of this season. Based on the 1973 film of the same name, Westworld, is a television show that airs on HBO Sunday nights (a outwardly useful placeholder until Game of Thrones is back). Garnering the biggest viewership since True Detective, Westworld dives into alternate worlds not much unlike our own. The majority of the show takes place in a fabricated western type setting, with wanted posters and saloons, all coming together amid the help of synthetic androids, or "hosts." "Newcomers," ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We get to see how Newcomers enter the arena, and what its like to be a first–timer in the sequence. However, we begin to see more mishaps in terms of host remembrance, as seen with Maeve (Thandie Newton) as she is decommissioned due to odd behavior. But this behavior is because she "dreamt" of a time where she inhabited a different character, causing her to "malfunction." The creator of Westworld, Dr. Robert Ford, played by Anthony Hopkins, explains to the staff that the guest are top priority in the operations, always giving them what they want. He continues to express that Newcomers come back because of the minor details and imperfections they see, and fall in love with. People pay for this service, not because they want to find themselves (like previous mentioned by several characters), but to simply see who they could ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 49. Hi Hi Hi Nothing Was The Same Tuscan Leather Furthest Thing Started From The Bottom Wu–Tang Forever Own It Worst Behavior From Time Hold On, We're Going Home Connect The Language 305 To My City Too Much Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2 Come Thru All Me The Motion 1.Tuscan Leather (A. Graham, A. Palman, N. Shebib, D. W. Foster, L. Thompson–Jenner) Sandra Gale / EMI Music Publishing (ASCAP), Sandra Gale / EMI Music Publishing (ASCAP), Mavor & Moses Inc. / Kobalt (ASCAP), Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp (BMI), Songs Of Universal. Produced by Noah "40" Shebib for Evdon Music Inc. Recorded by Noah Shebib and Noel Cadastre for Evdon Music Inc. Assisted by Luke Leveille, Jeff Crake, Miguel Scott and John Nettlesbey. Recorded at Noble Street ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Assisted by Luke Leveille and Noel Cadastre. Recorded at Noble Street Studios, Toronto, ON. Mixed by Noel "Gadget" Campbell for T.O. Music Group / Evdon Music Inc. at Studio 306, Toronto, ON. All instruments by Noah Shebib. Contains elements of "Loss Config" performed by Zodiac Beats. Used by Permission. Contains elements of "It's Yours" written by Coles, Diggs, Hawkins, Hunter, Woods, Baldursson, Bjoerklyn, Koduletsch and published by Universal Music– Careers (BMI), Wu–Tang Publishing Inc. (BMI), VGM Salaoul (ASCAP). Used by permission. 5.Own It (A. Graham, A. Palman, N. Fisher, A. Proctor, N. Shebib) Sandra Gale / EMI Music Publishing (ASCAP), Sandra Gale / EMI Music Publishing (ASCAP), EMI Blackwood Music o/b/o Itself If You Need Me, Don't Leave Me (BMI), The Order Of Music Publishing / Warner Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI), Mavor & Moses Inc. / Kobalt (ASCAP). Composed by Detail. Additional Production by Noah "40" Shebib for Evdon Music Inc. Recorded by Detail, Noah Shebib and Noel Cadastre. Assisted by Gregg Moffet and Travis Sewchan. Recorded at Metalworks Studios, Mississagua, ON. The G.O Studio, Sante Clarita, CA. Mixed by Noel "Gadget" Campbell for T.O. Music Group / Evdon Music Inc. at Studio 306, Toronto, ON. Background Vocals by PARTYNEXTDOOR. Additional keys by Noah Shebib. Contains excerpts from Kenza Samir, used by permission. PARTYNEXTDOOR appears courtesy of OVO Sound / Warner. 6.Worst Behavior (A. Graham, A. Palman, D. Natche, N. Fisher)
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  • 52. Music Therapy Music therapy is used to treat people for various reasons and there are multiple styles of treatment presently being used. Music therapy is an effective form of therapy that is used on people of all ages to improve quality of life. Music therapy has been used in the medical industry for more than 60 years and there are many people who have no idea what it is. During W.W.I., music therapy in the United States began to develop when music was used in the Veterans Administration Hospitals as an intervention to address traumatic war injuries. There were several musicians who were not working and they would go to the Veteran hospitals to play for the injured soldiers. "Numerous doctors and nurses witnessed the effect music had on veterans' ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In addition, music therapy is beneficial for people who suffer from substance abuse, brain injuries, and acute pain, to mothers who are in labor (American Music Therapy Association, Inc., 1999). Music Therapy has had numerous clinical studies to suggest that not only musical therapy is an effective means of treatment, but the sound of music is soothing and comfortable, and it lowers cortisol, a stress hormone, as much as 25%. The music can reduce pain for patients who have come out of surgery, decreases nausea with patients who are receiving chemotherapy, and increases awareness of self and environment. A study conducted at Yale University School of medicine proved that patients who were awake during a surgical procedure listening to their favorite music need lower doses of pain medication than patients who did not listen to music (Syed, 2006). Developmentally disabled individuals and individuals with mental health needs are also receptive and benefit from music therapy. Music therapy for autistic individuals has helped to teach social interacting, encouraging the desire to communicate, and minimizing non–communicative speech. "As far as autism is concerned, studies have shown that music therapy has a significant, positive influence when used to treat autistic individuals" (Evans, 2008, para. 3). Children diagnosed with autism are very receptive to music therapy. It was stated "Music ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...