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Theatre as a Platform for Addressing Current Issues in Society: A Number, by Caryl Churchill - Introduction Over the years, the essence of theatre has not only been to entertain, but to also allow the build up of a culture in a quickly growing uncultured generation. Regardless of the existence of so many other forms of entertainment, theatre has always established a commanding niche in most people’s hearts, and is undoubtedly the most realistic form of entertainment (Bruce 12). The acting bit of theatre performances makes things real and in their immediate contexts, allowing the audience to draw conclusions based on what they see....   [tags: Tragic Heroes, Expressing Ideas]
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Intercultural Knowledge and Competency: The Romans, Greeks, Japanese, Mesoamerica - ... Japanese really admire nature. One way that the Shinto influenced Japanese art was of their religion, spirits called kami. Kami is represented throughout nature. Japanese show how they relate to nature throughout their art. “They also show their desire for meditation, quiet reflection, and mental discipline, are all in the art they create” (Gateways to Art pg.340). Being a Christian, I do a lot of meditation too. I meditate to clear my mind and focus on God. It also gives me a chance for mental discipline....   [tags: nude gods, mythological heroes]
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Heroes and Heroism in Anita Desai's Clear Light of Day - Heroes and Heroism in Anita Desai's Clear Light of Day       When one asks a child, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" a usual response is "a fireman" or "a ballerina."  In Anita Desai's Clear Light of Day, however, the young Bim and Raja are somewhat more ambitious; they answer that they want to be a hero and heroine.  Later, Bim asks somewhat bitterly, "The hero and heroine-where are they?  Down at the bottom of the well-gone, disappeared" (157).  Bim has lost track of her heroes; however, Raja and Tara have not.  The three siblings have very different relationships to heroic ideals....   [tags: Clear Light Day Essays Desai ]
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Achilles' Hero Behavior Cycle in the Iliad - The Ancient Greeks admired their heroes and tried to learn from both their achievements and their mistakes. They believed that most great leaders and warriors followed a predictable behavior cycle, which often ended tragically. In Homer’s epic poem, The Iliad, Achilles is a great warrior who traces the stages of the behavior cycle twice, from arete to hubris to ate and then to nemesis. Achilles is a highly skilled warrior and a great leader who becomes a narcissist and an arrogant person, which leads to selfish and childish behavior resulting in the death of his best friend....   [tags: Ancient Greeks, iliad, heroes,] 1038 words
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Taking a Look at Sir William Wallace - Sir William Wallace is believed to be one of Scotlands greatest national heroes. He led the Rising of 1297, in an attempt to reverse the loss of Scottish independence to England. He was knighted and made Guardian of Scotland. He later resigned after The Battle of Falkirk when he was defeated by English cavalry. In August, 1305 he was arrested, condemned as a traitor, and killed. Scotland views Wallace as a national hero for his role in their freedom, however the English have viewed Wallace as a traitor, murdered, and an outlaw....   [tags: Scotland national heroes] 1070 words
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Tragedy Within the Plays of Eugene O’Neill - ... Mary is the only one that comes off as normal out of the four. She is the special one even though she is the most tragic. She used to have big dreams and strong belief in her faith. She wanted to become a professional piano player and sister of god. It all fell apart when she fell in love and got married. It was her marriage that destroyed her big dreams and her love for the Virgin Mary. Being blind to the promises he made to Mary, her husband Tyrone destroys her faith in marriage. The drug addiction with Mary becomes bad very quickly....   [tags: greek, gods, heroes, heroine] 874 words
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What Makes an Epic Hero - What is an epic hero. Although we would like to believe that a hero would always be there to save us as needed, that is not always the case. All heroes are different, but what makes them epic. Many would answer that question by saying because they are in an epic poem or story; however, that answer isn’t true. An epic hero, of course is in an epic narrative, but it is what they accomplish in that specific text. First, an epic hero has to make a grand journey and be in the Gods favor or shall we say the chosen one....   [tags: Comparison, Literary Heroes]
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A Comparison of Beowulf, Sir Gawain and King Arthur as Heroes - Beowulf, Sir Gawain and King Arthur - Three Heroes The three heroes discussed here, Beowulf, Sir Gawain and King Arthur, are heroes for different reasons. Beowulf, our earliest hero, is brave but his motivation is different than then other two. To Sir Gawain personal honor and valor is what is important. King Arthur, Sir Gawain's uncle, is naturally the quintessential king of the medieval period. Though all men to a certain extent share the same qualities, some are more pronounced than in the others....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays] 1082 words
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Comparing Heroes and Villains in Measure for Measure, Othello, and Hamlet - Comparing Heroes and Villains in Measure for Measure, Othello, and Hamlet According to John Steinbeck, "Heroes are innocent; villains are cunning." This statement likely regards the internal aspects of characters, such as intellect, reasoning/motivation, and morality/responsibility, as indicated by consistency in action and/or articulation, as in direct speech or soliloquy. An examination of the heroes and villains in Measure for Measure, Othello, and Hamlet can determine whether Steinbeck's generalization is applicable....   [tags: Comparison Compare Contrast Essays]
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Absence of Heroes and Villains in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein - Absence of Heroes and Villains in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Frankenstein is a gothic novel which was published in the 19th century, and was written by Mary Shelley. In the 19th century the most popular types of novels were horror. This novel was an early example of a thriller. One of the main reasons why Mary Shelley wrote a book about science, horror and suffering was because she knew that people in the 19th century were interested in all of these aspects....   [tags: Papers] 788 words
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Creon and Antigone as Tragic Heroes in Sophocles' Antigone - Creon and Antigone as Tragic Heroes Creon and Antigone, main characters in the Greek tragedy Antigone by Sophocles share some of the same characteristics that make up a tragic hero, but to varying degrees. Antigone, daughter of her mother/grandmother, Jocasta, and father, Oedipus is head strong, proud, and stubborn. She had three siblings, Ismene her sister, and two brothers Eteocles and Polyneices who found there deaths at the end of each others sword in battle over which would become king of Thebes....   [tags: Antigone essays] 560 words
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Atticus Finch: Stronger Than Hercules - “All heroes and heroines share several characteristics in common: They embody characteristics their society values” (Reilly). Odds are, the word, “hero” conjures up images of strong, powerful, hardy men battling monsters and evil forces. Achilles, the legendary Greek warrior whose story is chronicled in Homer’s The Illiad, and Superman, the invincible savior from the Planet Krypton, are two such examples. However, there is a new breed of hero, the modern hero. The modern hero is not necessarily a stereotypical strongman....   [tags: heroes, heroines, modern heroe]
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Heroes in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by Joseph Campbell - Heroes in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by Joseph Campbell Many would agree that although there are many stories about heroes, they all seem similar in some way. Joseph Campbell wrote many books about this theory of a "hero cycle" that every hero story follows. In Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, this pattern is clearly exemplified and it shows the numerous steps in Joseph Campbell's idea of the hero cycle. The first step in Campbell's hero cycle is "the call." This is when the hero of the story is drawn into some type of journey, challenge, or adventure....   [tags: Papers] 622 words
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The True Heroes in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises - The True Heroes in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises    The imagery of bulls and steers pervades Hemmingway's novel, The Sun Also Rises. Bullfighting is a major plot concern and is very important to the characters. The narrator physically resembles a steer due to the nature of his injury. Mike identifies Cohn as a steer in conversation because of his inability to control Brett sexually. Brett falls for a bullfighter, who is a symbol of virility and passion. However, there is a deeper level to the bull-steer dichotomy than their respective sexual traits....   [tags: Hemingway Sun Also Rises Essays]
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Beowulf and Sir Gawain: a Comparison of Two Heroes - In Beowulf and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight there are two heroes that help the present day reader gain insight into what the hero of the Middle Ages would have held as ideals and necessary triumphs. Beowulf and Sir Gawain each fill a different role within their unique societies. Beowulf is a leader and a savior in times of need, willing to go to any length to help another group of people as well as his own kingdom. Sir Gawain is also willing to rise during moments of trouble within his court but lacks the altruism that is inherent in Beowulf's leadership....   [tags: World Literature] 1053 words
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Folk Heroes versus Modern Role Models - There are six different qualities of folk heroes. Three are self-sacrifice, the willingness to go on a search for something of value, and someone who is willing to ask for help from others. Therefore, we need to examine our modern role models of today to see if they have any of these qualities of a folk hero. The first quality is that a folk hero must show values of his or her culture. A folk hero must be someone who is a good community member who puts the needs of their community above their own needs....   [tags: essays research papers] 488 words
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The Monkey Wrench Gang: The Law breaking Heroes - The Monkey Wrench Gang: The Law breaking Heroes Everyone knows that breaking the law is bad and anybody who does is a criminal, but Edward Abbey author of The Monkey Wrench Gang (1975), puts a twist on those thoughts. The Monkey Wrench Gang is an adventurous novel about a gang of environmentalists who set out to destroy bulldozers, bridges, cars, trains, signs or anything that is destroying their beautiful country, the American southwest. Through characterization and description Edward Abbey glorifies the art of law breaking and leaves his readers rooting for his heroic criminals....   [tags: Monkey Wrench Gang] 757 words
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A Comparison of Heroes in Beowulf and A Lesson Before Dying - Everyday Heroes in Beowulf and A Lesson Before Dying Ernest Gaines novel, A Lesson Before Dying, is a story about, Jefferson, a black man who is wrongfully charged with a crime he did not commit. He cannot get a fair trial because he is a black man in the south. He is sentenced to be executed, but before he dies Grant, an educated black man, teaches him how to walk like a man, so people do not think of him as a hog. "Beowulf" is an epic poem over one thousand years old, which was told from one generation to another....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays] 589 words
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A Comparison of the Heroes Of The Stranger (The Outsider) and The Myth of Sisyphus - The Absurd Heroes Of The Stranger (The Outsider) and The Myth of Sisyphus In The Myth of Sisyphus, Sisyphus is an absurd hero because he realizes his situation, does not appeal, and yet continues the struggle. The purpose of this essay is to demonstrate that The Stranger is, in narrative style, also showing us an absurd hero, or the beginning of an absurd hero in Meursault. In The Myth of Sisyphus Camus establishes the epistemology on which he bases all his works. Ant it's a very simple epistemology....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays] 1067 words
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Heroes and Cowards in A Farewell To Arms, by Ernest Hemingway -   War creates only two types of men: heroes and cowards.  In the book, A Farewell To Arms by Ernest Hemingway, Mr. Frederic Henry was an American Lieutenant ambulance driver in the Italian Army. "The army was staying in Gorizia, a little town that had been captured by the Italian army" (5). The town looked across a river and the plains to the mountains. There was fighting going on in those mountains, only a mile away. One evening when Frederic came in the house after doing some work on his ambulance, his friend Rinaldi took him to a hospital to meet a nurse who was a friend of Rinaldi's....   [tags: A Farewell To Arms] 1102 words
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The Importance of Helping Others - One time I had to help my friend Louie. We had been at my house and he forgot to turn his lights off in his old pickup. He went to start it and it would not turn over, he realized that he left his lights on. I brought my pickup over to try and jump start his pickup. I wasted a quarter tank of gas revving up my truck to try to provide more power. At this point we gave up, we then realized that we could roll start his pickup. I pulled his truck with my truck up the bump to my sloped driveway. He got rolling, popped the clutch, and off he went....   [tags: Heroic Characteristics, Literary Heroes]
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Three Tragic Heroes in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein - In Mary Shelley’s novel, Frankenstein, Robert Walton, Victor Frankenstein, and Frankenstein’s Creation reach similar conclusions humanity by seafaring to the North Pole, delving into the dark depths of science, and observing the rejecting nature of humans. The three tragic heroes Walton, Frankenstein and the Creation are all character doubles in their initial enthusiasm for knowledge, inner dualist personalities, religiously glorified personal goals, possessive relationships and negative effects of gaining knowledge....   [tags: Frankenstein 2014]
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Influence is Not Easily Quantified - Influence. Why is it that the individuals in our lives who have the largest influence on us, do so in a way that is not easily quantified. Through her ability to raise 4 teenage boys, my mother has shown me the strength, courage, and selfless dedication of today’s single mothers. By being an outstanding person in the community, my neighbor across the yard acted as an inspiring male role model during a time when I needed one most. By being friendly and easy to relate to, my World Civilizations teacher in my sophomore year of high school opened my eyes to the underlying connections between a society's history and its culture and expanded my knowledge of American culture and the rest of the wor...   [tags: heroes, ] 1179 words
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Hercules: A Greek Tale - Hercules, or known in Latin as Heracles, was the greatest of the Greek heroes, a paragon of masculinity. In art Hercules was portrayed as a powerful, muscular man wearing lion's skin and armed with a huge club. He was also described as being a macho man buffoon, who was very impulsive. Hercules’ home and birthing place is in Thebes, Greece. Thebes is a city in central Greece. It plays as an important setting in many Greek myths, such as the stories of Cadmus, Oedipus, Dionysus and many other important roles in Greek Mythology....   [tags: Heroes in Greek Mythology, demigods]
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Comparison: Oedipus and Hamlet - According to Aristotle there are five characteristics of a tragic hero: Flaw or error of judgment, (Peripeteia) a reversal of fortune, the enlightenment (anagnorisis) the discovery or recognition, (hubris) excessive pride, and the character’s fate. Oedipus finds the elders of Thebes praying to the gods for liberation of the plague. Oedipus “alone can help. The cause of the trouble is himself; the chances he has had in his life are precisely the source of the plague” (Diski 1). Oedipus is the cause and the solution to end the plague, but he is blind to the true....   [tags: Tragic Heroes, Characteristics]
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Overview of Greek Mythology - Greek mythology is a body of myths and teachings that belong to the ancient Greeks concerning Titans, gods, and heroes. According to Alan Dundes, a myth is a sacred narrative explaining how the world and humankind assumed their present form (Dundes 1). Though now it may be referred to as mythology, to the ancient Greeks it was an aspect of their religion. Like many other pre-Christian societies, the ancient Greeks deemed things that were important in their lives, such as fire, water, air, and lightning to be gods which govern the world....   [tags: Legendary Heroes, Religious Answers]
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The Motivations of Superheroes - Peter Parker said, “Whatever life holds in store for me, I will never forget these words: ‘With great power comes great responsibility.’ This is my gift, my curse. Who am I. I’m Spiderman.” Without a doubt, being a superhero would be fun in the beginning, but being a superhero in general would ultimately lead to a miserable life. A superhero would always have great responsibility, would have fear of putting their loved ones in danger, and would have trouble trying to live two different lives if they chose to keep their identity anonymous....   [tags: heroes,] 510 words
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Television Shows: Pop Culture Lawyers - Love them or hate them, heroes or villains; there is no doubt that lawyers make good entertainment. The offerings of current television shows such as The Good Wife, Suits and Law and Order are evidence that legal dramas continue to be a favorite subject for pop culture media. While one can easily find hundreds of titles when searching for entertainment in the legal genre, the characterization of fictional lawyers varies widely from average decent citizens to crusading heroes on the positive side, and from mediocre drudges to corrupt, amoral villains on the negative side....   [tags: law careers, heroes, villains, entertaintment]
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Santiago in "The Old Man and the Sea" - Many characters in the history of literature, such as Odysseus were obviously portrayed as heroes and were offered accolade. However, some characters are not easily recognized as being heroic. The old man, Santiago, in The Old Man and the Sea is one of them. The old man and the sea is a novella about an old Cuban fisherman, Santiago, and his three-day battle with a giant Marlin fish. Throughout the novella, Santiago is portrayed in different perspectives. He is tough and refuses to give up at any time....   [tags: Old Man and the Sea, Steinbeck, heroes,] 640 words
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Human Condition as Seen in Beowulf and Lliad - Many cultures in the ancient and medieval worlds found courage as a value and virtue associated with warriors. To a great extent, western cultures also find courage as an attribute of warriors. This courageous cultural tendency gets its imaginative manifestation in literature of heroic societies such as The Epic of Gilgamesh, homer’s Iliad and Beowulf. These Epic heroes which show human conditions are Gilgamesh, Achilles from Homer's Iliad and Beowulf. Although, the actions and lives of these warriors occurred at different times in history, their stories are passed on from generations to generations and they share a lot of commonalities but with some discrepancies based on their lives, thei...   [tags: achilles, gilmaesh, epic heroes, courage]
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Quest Contributions Made by Greek Hero’s Leading Ladies - ... Like most cases in Greek myth, Andromeda plays a small role in this story compared to the bigger picture of Perseus’s quest. This being said though, Perseus’s reward of Andromeda would not be a reality if not for his decision to help Andromeda. Another example of a contribution, is in the story of “The Labours of Hercules”. This myth is about the twelve labours Hercules completes throughout twelve years all because of Hera’s hatred towards him. Long ago, Hera’s husband Zeus cheated on her with Hercules’s mother, therefore creating Hercules....   [tags: women´s role, andromeda, heroes] 763 words
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What Makes An Epic Hero? - References to epic hero stories are around us all the time, although we may not realize it. For example, why do we have trophies. What are they for. Well the answer to this lies in Beowulf; the trophies are put up to remember the deeds that we have done. Epic heroes have been around for a very long time, their stories born as the creation tale for the places of their origin. The people needed their epic heroes to outline the proper way to act and to tell the story of their creation. Some of the most famous epic heroes include: Achilles, Odysseus, Aeneus, Socrates, Gilgamesh, Beowulf, and Arthur....   [tags: heroes, Beowulf, Achilles, Odysseus, Arthur]
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Critiques of Sara Rimer’s A Lost Moment Recaptured and Stephen Mosher’s Where Have All the Heroes Gone? - Critique #1 Rimer’s “A Lost Moment Recaptured” (2000) provides readers with stories of women’s lives who have returned to college through Smith College’s Ada Comstock Scholars Program. These stories intertwine with evidence supporting the implied claim; the typical college student is no longer the 18 to 20 year old. Providing intimate details about the lives of these diverse women, Rimer leaves the reader admiring their triumph over gendered expectations of generations past by going back to college....   [tags: women, college student, sports]
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The King of Trees - Throughout the segment for this book, I was introduced to many projects that helped me develop a better understanding of the plot and how different perspectives of the Chinese population were displayed through the characters, especially the heroes. I was allowed to choose this topic as one of my research projects in which I looked at Confucius texts and read about filial piety in order to understand one of the many factors that influenced the characters: family. These family values can be attributed to the deep-rooted culture in China, the Four Olds: Old Customs, Old Cultures, Old Habits, and Old Ideas....   [tags: Use of Heroes, Chinese Population, Literature]
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Tragic Heroes - Creon and Antigone - Who is the more of a tragic hero, Creon or Antigone. They both experienced much through out play, but Anitgone is clearly the “better” tragic hero. Antigone’s flaw, misfortune, and her fall from grace prove that she is much better than Creon as a tragic hero. Antigone’s flaw is arrogance, and she shows it through out the story. She also “accepts that it is her flaw and she causes everything unlike Creon who believes it is the Gods that are causing his misfortune not his flaw. Antigone first sign of arrogance is in the beginning of the play where she and her sister, Ismene, are having a conflict about whether or not they should bury the brother....   [tags: Shakespearen Literature] 693 words
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The Freudian Approach to Tragic Heroes - The exploration of human nature is an endevour that has lasted for thousands of years. It is a vast psychological study that extends even to the artistic pursuits in dramatic plays. Oedipus Rex and Hamlet are two plays that are prime examples of this. In both plays, the character's traits, the motivations behind their actions, and their reactions to circumstance directly link them with the theories of Victorian Psychologist Sigmund Freud. Sigmund Freud was the man who pioneered psychoanalysis. Psychoanalysis focuses on an individuals unconcious thoughts and inherent desires....   [tags: Sigmund Freud, Psychoanalysis]
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The Freudian Approach to Tragic Heroes - The exploration of human nature is an endevour that has lasted for thousands of years. It is a vast psychological study that extends even to the artistic pursuits in dramatic plays. Oedipus Rex and Hamlet are two plays that are prime examples of this. In both plays, the character's traits, the motivations behind their actions, and their reactions to circumstance directly link them with the theories of Victorian Psychologist Sigmund Freud. Sigmund Freud was the man who pioneered psychoanalysis. Psychoanalysis focuses on an individuals unconcious thoughts and inherent desires....   [tags: Sigmund Freud, Human Nature]
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Whistleblowers: Are They Heroes or Traitors? - Imagine a world without leadership, without risk-takers. The buildup for security would create a facade of a dystopian society with false freedom. The need for people to speak up is vital for a diverse, functioning environment. Whistle blowers are just the people who will expose the flaws, give the knowledge, empower the people, and count on them to make collective decisions on how to deal with these issues. Whistleblowers are intriguing. They grip the crowd’s attention through the risky and dangerous oddities they perform....   [tags: Pro Whistleblower Essays]
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Social Media and Heroes, an Outline - Definitions of key terms: • Media is a group including TV networks, radio stations, newspaper, and movie studios that produce and reinforce widely held stereotypes of different sexes. • Severely lessen means putting less stereotypical contents in the media. • Superhero is someone with super ability, which is beyond what ordinary human possesses. • Stereotype is an assumption of behaviors and traits that distinguishes certain group of people such as, males from females. Preview of contentions (roadmap): First, we will talk how today’s media limit superheroes context into two categories: “slacker” and “macho.” Second, we will discuss how media is pervasive and influential in reinforcing stere...   [tags: stereotypes, slackers] 867 words
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Hercules: A Greek Tale - Hercules, or known in Latin as Heracles, was the greatest of the Greek heroes, a paragon of masculinity. In art Hercules was portrayed as a powerful, muscular man wearing lion's skin and armed with a huge club. He was also described as being a macho man buffoon, who was very impulsive. Hercules’ home and birthing place is in Thebes, Greece. Thebes is a city in central Greece. It plays as an important setting in many Greek myths, such as the stories of Cadmus, Oedipus, Dionysus and many other important roles in Greek Mythology....   [tags: Masculinity, Themes, Greek Heroes, Latin]
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Marvel: The Comic Book - ... Marvel actually struggled with its creation, but managed to pull through to become the big success that it is today. The recognized name was at first what one would call a copycat; whatever stories were selling Marvel would sell, too. As a founder of the company put it “whatever other people were selling, we would do the same thing… I liked to come up with my own stuff, but I was getting paid”(qtd. in Lacter). If originality was not a conflict, competition certainly was. During the 1940’s DC Comics was America’s top mark in the comic industry with the creation of original superheroes and plots, such as Superman....   [tags: super-heroes, x-men, depression] 646 words
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Media's Responsibility for Turning the Kray Twins From Villains into Heroes - Media's Responsibility for Turning the Kray Twins From Villains into Heroes The title of this essay already assumes that the Kray Twins were villains and that they were actually seen as heroes. Not all of the sources say either, that the twins were villains, or that the Twins were heroes, some are objective. It could be said that the question is biased towards the twins. The British media often represented the East End of London as a somewhat 'glamorous' and 'trendy area'. Photographs, by David Bailey, showed young men dressed in 'stylish suits', 'narrow ties' and 'stovepipe trousers'....   [tags: Papers] 766 words
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heroarms A Comparison of Code Heroes of A Farewell to Arms and For Whom the Bell Tolls - The Code Heroes of A Farewell to Arms and For Whom the Bell Tolls      In Ernest Hemingway's fiction, there is something known as the "Hemingway Hero".  This term is usually applied to the male protagonist in his works.  The Hemingway hero illustrates a variety of traits, ranging from heavy drinking to his role as a leader among the characters with whom he interacts.  Traits of this hero also resemble the personal characteristics of Hemingway himself, and the hero usually finds himself in similar predicaments Hemingway faced in his life.  Two Hemingway heroes, Robert Jordan from For Whom the Bell Tolls and Frederic Henry from A Farewell to Arms, exhibit the traits established in Hemingwa...   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]
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A Comparison of the Ways in Which Fitzgerald and Bronte Present Their Heroes. (2742 Words) - A comparison of the ways in which Fitzgerald and Bronte present their heroes. (2742 words) In both "Wuthering Heights" and "The Great Gatsby", the authors have put the central focus for the readers on the romantic heroes of the text. The romantic heroes in the two texts are Gatsby and Heathcliff. These two characters are both very similar and very different and the following is a comparison of how each of them is presented in the novels. One thing which both Gatsby and Heathcliff have in common is that they both have a mysterious past, which the readers know very little about....   [tags: Comparative Literature] 1955 words
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Heroes in Wonderful Fool and The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea - Expectations of Heroes in Wonderful Fool and The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea               In a human being's search for spiritual peace throughout life, he constantly turns to outside sources for the answers to his questions. Some people quench their curiosity in a god or religion; some find release through the use of foreign chemicals. Many people, however, turn to another person in their time of personal questioning, soliciting answers from their own pseudo-hero. This character is one who, by virtue of his exotic origin, is chosen by the person to fill a void or achieve a goal....   [tags: Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea]
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Explore 2 episodes in the novel ‘Heroes’ which you find most dramatic - Explore 2 episodes in the novel ‘Heroes’ which you find most dramatic and interesting. The novel Heroes was written by a great popular author called Robert Cormier as it shotrlisted for The Carnegie Medal in 1999. Robert Cormier started his career as a journalist as it wasn’t shortly after he had published his first work of fiction when he was only 20 years of age. He was a controversial author who regarded glossing over the harsh realities of life, however disturbing as a betrayed of his youth readers....   [tags: English Literature] 1179 words
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On Hubris and Tragic Heroes - The identity of the tragic hero in the play Antigone by Sophocles, one of the most influential works in Western history, is debatable. Both main characters, Kreon and Antigone, fall within the definition of the concept of a tragic hero. Both are neither inherently good or evil, nor do they represent absolutes. Kreon, however, is the true tragic hero of the play, because he has more of the characteristics of a tragic hero. Death is one of the things most feared by mortal men due to the uncertainty involved....   [tags: Greek Literature] 685 words
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The True Heroes of Justice - While majority of the world have attempted great strides to eliminate racial and gender injustices during the late 1900's, a glance at current world shows the scrutiny that racial and gender injustices have caused. Despite intense effort to eliminate these justices, the efforts have escalated beyond control of the general public. Society are structured as group- based hierarchies in which the dominant groups end up with favorable circumstances ( eg. Power, Wealth). Racial and gender injustices can be equated with the same framework ,but the consequences of each injustice varies dramatically....   [tags: Human Rights]
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Disney Princesses: Stereotypes or Heroes? - “It’s kind of fun to do the impossible” - Disney Princess Castle. In the world of Disney there are specific characters most little girls want to follow in the footsteps of : princesses. Mom’s have been putting together princess parties and getting princess clothes for years just wanting to make their little girls happy. Little girls look up to princesses because they are supposed to be great role models, but are they. Have they been teaching kids the right things about how women should act. In most fairy tales you see the prince always saves the princess....   [tags: classic disney princesses vs modern ones]
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Many Tragic Heroes and Societal Issues Found in Julius Caesar - Many Tragic Heroes and Societal Issues Found in Julius Caesar   William Shakespeare wrote Julius Caesar around 1599. The play is said to be an adaptation of the Greek account written by Plutarch. This account refers to the lives of Marcus Brutus, Julius Caesar, and Marcus Antonius. Julius Caesar touches on many societal issues, which are still voiced today: suicide, peer pressure, what it means to be a good leader, and assassination. However, though each of these issues is examined throughout the play, it is by examining the characters themselves that we receive a broader perception of the play itself....   [tags: Julius Caesar Essays]
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English Coursework: Frankenstein doesn’t have any heroes or villains, - English Coursework: Frankenstein doesn’t have any heroes or villains, only victims. Do you agree with this statement. Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, started being written in 1814 and was finally completed in the summer of 1816, at a time when gothic genre was extremely popular. It was then released in 1818, but Shelley decided to release it anonymously. It is a gothic horror novel that concentrates on isolation and ambition. The idea for the novel was supposedly first invented when Shelley was at a friend’s house when a competition was created as to whom could create the best “tale of terror” story....   [tags: English Literature] 1481 words
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Tragic Heroes in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman and Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House - Tragic Heroes in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman and Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House Dramatists such as Aristotle started to write a series of plays called tragedies. They were as follows: the play revolved around a great man such as a king or war hero, who possessed a tragic flaw. This flaw or discrepancy would eventually become his downfall. These types of plays are still written today, for example, Arthur Millers "Death of Salesman" and Henrik Ibsens "A Dolls House." "Death of Salesman" shows the downfall of the modern tragic hero, Willy Loman, a middle class working man....   [tags: Ibsen Miller Tragic Hero Essays Papers]
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Tragic Heroes in Euripides Medea, Shakespeare's Othello and Boccaccio's Decameron - The Tragic Heroes in Euripides Medea, Shakespeare's Othello and Boccaccio's Decameron, Tenth Day, Tenth Story Throughout many great works of literature there are numerous characters whose acts are either moral or immoral. In the works Euripides "Medea", Shakespeare's "Othello" and Boccaccio's Decameron, "Tenth Day, Tenth Story", the main characters all carry out actions which in today's day and age would be immoral and inexcusable. Medea takes on the most immoral act, in Euripides great tragic work....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]
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Tragic Heroes of Rome - The Tragedy of Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare has two characters that make a good case for a tragic hero - one being Brutus and the other Caesar. Brutus has the better argument because he falls the farthest. In Shakespeare’s play Brutus and Cassius are best friends. Brutus has a fear that ambition will make him King of Rome, which Rome had not had. Aristotle’s definition of a tragic hero is a character of high esteem that has a flaw in logic, which leads to their downfall. While in the process the character is enlightened of their mistakes and after the play is often viewed with pity....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature]
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What is the Determining Factor in Success or Failure while Facing Adversity? - The question of what is the determining factor in success or failure while facing adversity, is one that has been addressed in many works of art. In Homer’s The Odyssey, there are two passages where Odysseus and his crew show the difference between a hero and villain. For instance, when they defeat the Cicones and, despite Odysseus telling them to leave quickly, stay behind and choose to be “mutinous fools” due to there being “too much wine to swill, too many sheep to slaughter down along the beach” (Homer 9.51-53), Odysseus’ crew shows their greed and ends up being attacked by the other Cicones....   [tags: heroes, new groove, foo fighters, heroism]
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Life, Death, and the Heroic Archetype - Life, Death, and the Heroic Archetype The heroic archetype is a creative expression borne of the individual's desire to know and to understand the uncontrollable and often chaotic world in which he lives. In the popular culture of America we can find many reflections of the heroic figure; in writing, in the graphic art of comic books, and most certainly in the aftermath of September 11th, heroes are ever present. Our cultural champions speak to our collective need to make sense of the nonsensical and to establish order in both our external and internal worlds....   [tags: Heroes Hero Essays]
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Nursing Career Opportunities - Even though nursing has been around for decades, it is still changing rapidly every year. From workplaces to job duties, nursing just isn’t the same. It’s better. These changes in Nursing have helped tremendously. You might not be able to see it, but I sure can. Nurses are one of America’s heroes because, they take care of the sickly, mentally ill, and the elderly. The purpose of nursing is to encourage health and growth, to prevent any illness, injury, and disability (“Nursing Is”). Nurses guide patients toward healthy doings and support them in their time of need....   [tags: Career, America's Heroes, Medical Field]
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Heroes in the Iliad - Throughout The Iliad, the heroic characters make decisions based on a definite set of principles, which are referred to as the "code of honor." The heroic code that Homer presents to the reader is an underlying cause for many of the events that take place, but many of the characters have different perceptions of how highly the code should be regarded. Hektor, the greatest of the Trojan warriors, begins the poem as the model of a Homeric hero. His dedication and strict belief in the code of honor is illustrated many times throughout the course of The Iliad....   [tags: Homer] 1124 words
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Brutus Was Recognized as Hero in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar - “A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to preserver and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles” (Christopher Reeve). Julius Caesar is a tragedy about a ruler that is murdered by a group of angry conspirators that go into a civil war against Caesar’s right hand man. By portraying the qualities of honorable Brutus, William Shakespeare, in his tragedy Julius Caesar, proves that anyone with good intentions, nobility, and the ability to recognize flaws can be a true hero. People constantly say that it is the thought that counts and that the intentions of the heart mean more than the actions....   [tags: Brutus, Heroes, Shakespeare, plays, Julius Caesar,] 1009 words
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The Odyssey as a Hero Journey - "All of us have similar experiences. We share in the life journey of growth, development, and transformation. We live the same stories…the trappings might be different, the twists and turns that create suspense might be different from culture to culture, the particular characters may take different forms, but underneath it all, it's the same story, drawn from the same experiences"(Linda Seger, Creating Myth, 1). All people face trials and tribulations throughout their life. Thus, what defines one from one's fellow human beings is not the trials themselves, but how one overcomes the challenges along the journey, as well as the psychological and physical lessons one learns from the actions e...   [tags: Odyssey Hero Heroes Essays]
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The Hero Monomyths of Herkales and Odysseus via Joseph Campbell’s Hero Archetype - The monumental piece of non-fiction work titled “The Hero with a Thousand Faces,” first published in 1949 by Joseph Campbell points out an apparent monomyth of the hero through superb use of example and literary analysis. In this book Campbell presents three main phases of the archetypal hero; The Departure, The Initiation, and The Return. Within these three main phases there exist numerous sub-phases that describe nearly all aspects of the hero’s journey and its’ impact upon the entire monomyth....   [tags: Joseph Campbell, Heroes, Hero with a Thousand Face] 1134 words
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Parallels between Virgil’s The Aenieid and Homer’s The Odyssey - In Virgil’s The Aeneid, there are many parallels found in Homer’s The Odyssey. In each epic, the heroes, Aeneas and Odysseus, are on a journey “home.” Aeneas is on the search of a new home for he and his companions to settle since Troy has been destroyed, Odysseus on the other hand is attempting to return to his home he left years earlier to fight the Trojan War. They both have Gods against them and helping them, both Aeneas and Odysseus are both held back by women, both voluntary and involuntarily, and they both have experiences visiting the Underworld....   [tags: deception, strength, society, gods, values, heroes]
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My Hero: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. - A hero is somebody who commits an act of remarkably bravery or who has shown an admirable quality such as great courage or strength of character. (Encarta, 2009) Joseph Campbell has come up with eight of his own characteristics of a hero. Joseph Campbell is known as a scholar of mythology. There are several people in our times that are considered a hero. Whether, these heroes are fictional or nonfiction, they all portray some kind of heroic abilities. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is one the most heroic figures of our time....   [tags: heroes, Martin Luther King Jr., Joseph Campbell, ]
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The Unsung Heroes of the Development of Rock and Roll - Music is an art form that has been around since humans were created. All over the world music is played in many different forms and styles. As early as the 1950s, a new style of music was being created in the United States, one that would forever change the world. Not only would this music bring a completely different sound, but it changed the way people acted, dressed, and even their lifestyles. This new style of music became known as rock and roll, and while no one person created it, many artists have added their own unique inputs and helped shape music into what it is today....   [tags: music, artists, bands]
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Macbeth and Hitler: Two Tragic Heroes - Ever since the beginning of time, humans have set out goals for themselves; goals for power, wisdom, and riches. Many times throughout history, these goals have been corrupted by people. Hitler and Macbeth were both soldiers in wars before they were political leaders. They were both considered honorable and were for their bravery. Macbeth murdered king Duncan to rise to power in a unnatural way while Hitler was legally elected to power by the german people because his plan of seeking to right the wrongs of WW1 and bringing glory back to the german people was very popular....   [tags: Ambition, Tyrant] 1267 words
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Early Forces - The religious practices and thoughts elicited through ancient monotheistic thought to the modern world are astounding in nature and in beginnings. It is what shaped these beginning that has affected much of current Western, European, and middle eastern thought. Because of their impact, the importance of understanding these factors cannot, and should not, be undermined by the ease of simple daily activities and thoughts. The thoughts that guided great biblical heroes, such as Abraham, Moses, and the entire Judean nation still resonate through to the modern status quo of Jewish, Christian, and Islamic practitioners....   [tags: biblical heroes, religion, idolatry]
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What Makes a Superhero? - Superheroes have always been very popular since they first originated. They use their superpower or super-gadgets to serve a purpose. Superheroes protect innocent people and help fight crime, which is why they tend to live a complete meaningful life. They also use their strengths as confidence booster to keep on saving lives and defeating villains. To be a superhero there are some element s someone need to have to call himself a superhero. Most of the superheroes have the characteristics of courage, morality, resilience, and the most important superpowers or super-gadgets....   [tags: Protect Innocent People, Fight Crime, Heroes]
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Heroism in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and Beowulf - Heroism in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and Beowulf A hero, according to Webster’s New World Dictionary, is someone who commits an act of remarkable bravery or who has shown great courage, strength of character, or another admirable quality. He is looked up to for the brave and noble things he has done. Though Beowulf and Sir Gawain are both considered heroes they each have many different qualities. For Beowulf his reputation as a hero depends on the opinion of others within his society, for Gawain Christianity determines his bravado....   [tags: Heroes Chivalry Epics Literature Essays] 686 words
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Achilles in The Illiad is not a Hero - Achilles in The Illiad is not a Hero      In the introduction of the Essential Illiad given by Sheila Murnaghan, Achilles is labeled as “the greatest of the Greek heroes”. In classic mythology a hero is a person of great strength and courage celebrated for bold exploits and is often the offspring of a mortal and a god. Achilles was the greatest fighter among the Greeks or Trojans and feared no man in battle. He was also the offspring of a mortal and a god so by classic mythology definition, Achilles was indeed a hero....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Illiad Heroes Essays] 1004 words
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What is a Hero? - What is a Hero.      In today's modern times we hear the word hero all of the time. The news media throws the term around as if it is an everyday word. What exactly is a hero. Who, or what, can be classified as heroic. The correct definition of the word hero is: One invested with heroic qualities in the opinions of others. That is a fine definition for books and intellectual minds. To the average person, however, a hero is much more.      To better understand what a heroic quality is it may be easier to describe what a hero is not....   [tags: Hero Heroes Definition Essays Papers] 777 words
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The Presentation of Heroes and Villains in Shrek by DreamWorks and Other Traditional Fairytales in Walt Disney Stables - The Presentation of Heroes and Villains in Shrek by DreamWorks and Other Traditional Fairytales in Walt Disney Stables DreamWorks's 'Shrek' is the award winning animated film from 2001, known to be the modern day fairytale with its informal language and alternative storyline. Shrek is very much the opposite of what we know to be traditional fairytales, tales that send out heart-felt warmth and feed the imagination. These tales of fantasy have been known throughout many generations and with the experience of Shrek we may be introducing a whole new interpretation of fairytales....   [tags: Papers] 1552 words
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Batman: Through the Years - Batman: Through the Years The Caped Crusader, the Dark Knight, Bruce Wayne, these are all aliases for an enigmatic character in popular culture most commonly known as Batman. While having his humble origins in the pulp magazines of the late 1930’s, over the span of his existence, he has expanded into a full-blown franchise. There have been 3 TV shows on him, 4 movies (1 more still in the making), various videogames, and over 20 comic book series that currently feature his name. Even after 60 years of being in print, it was a Batman issue that was the highest selling comic book of the last week of November, 2004....   [tags: Media Fiction Super Heroes Papers] 2231 words
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Heroes as Monsters in Vanity Fair - “Yes, this is Vanity Fair, not a moral place certainly, nor a merry one, though very noisy.” (Thackeray xviii) It is here, in Vanity Fair that its most insidious resident, selfishness,-veiled with alluring guises-has shrewdly thrived among its citizens, invading, without exception, even the most heroic characters and living so unheeded that it has managed to breed monsters of them. There are those in Vanity Fair, however, who have heeded the vicious selfishness, and, though not having lived unaffected by it, were still able to point out its many evils....   [tags: William Makepeace Thackeray] 1327 words
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Laptops in the Classroom: Neither Educational Heroes nor Villains - Computer access is an absolutely essential part of the education process. The Internet is a gold mine for information, collaboration, and publication. The spread of productivity software such as word processors and Power Point revolutionized the way students do homework. Computers are also addictive and distracting social hubs. The question of whether students should have access to laptops inside the classroom is a puzzling one, with research strongly supporting both the pros and cons. Ultimately, the way that laptops are used in the classroom and not the presence of laptops defines their value....   [tags: Educational Technology ]
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True Heroes: My Version of the International Mt. Rushmore - Mount Rushmore stands as a testament to the accomplishments of those it depicts. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln were carefully chosen to represent the good of the American people. If I were able to develop an international version of Mt. Rushmore, I would choose to create the four faces of Mother Teresa, Marie Curie, Nelson Mandela, and Winston Churchill, because of the versatility of their actions, nationality, and merit. To begin, Mother Teresa stands as a strong activist from India, who deserves recognition for her tremendous actions....   [tags: actions, nationality, merit, versality] 1142 words
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My Family, My Mom and Dad, My Heroes - Who is a hero. Is it someone who is does the impossible things that we can never do. Or is it something more. Somebody who reaches into our hearts and bless us our what we do everyday.Not the politics but everyone that has and that hero is our parents. I wouldn’t survived without them. They are the backbone who made me on what I am today. Every parent in the world should realize that they are doing something good. Thats why I am writing this essay to prove on what they do right. I know that all parents are not perfect but they tried their best to keep their child happy....   [tags: hero essay, essay about family] 725 words
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Pirate Crews: A Captain’s Props or True Heroes - The film industry, based in Los Angeles, began developing in the early years of the twenty century. America fell in love with this new phenomenon as it swept audiences to other worlds, for just the cost of a few pennies. These new worlds encompassed an array of many dreams and exotic places. Interestingly enough a beloved plot, even in those early years, that of piracy, stood to fill any screenplay and any theater. This fascination with the pirate’s life has never left Hollywood evident by the latest Disney film Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides released in 2011....   [tags: Entertainment ]
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Forgotten African American Heroes - A cool autumn breeze swept across the campus green on the morning of September 9, 1890, as John Hope ascended the steps of Manning Hall. Inside the chapel students crowded into pews for the annual Convocation ceremony. Former graduates, professors and faculty filled the side aisles. The morning sun cast golden rays on the smooth mahogany floor as John Hope walked to the back row. For this brilliant young African American, the day rang full of promise. After leaving Brown, Hope would go onto become the first African American president of Atlanta University and an early advocate of civil rights organizations, including the W.E.B....   [tags: Frank Levi Trimble] 3003 words
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The Best Britons of Our Time - There have been many great and important British people throughout history. Some are known for only small things, but others are known for great things that changed our lives. Some have made a great impact, whilst others have made a smaller impact. Some have invented or discovered things, whilst others have spoken out loud. Any of these things can make you important. As there have been many important British people throughout history with different titles against their name, it was very hard to choose the three Britons that have had the biggest impact on British history....   [tags: Britian, heroes, ] 1646 words
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