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Love in A.S. Byatt's Possession, Zadie Smith's White Teeth, and the Full Monty by Peter Cuttaneo - Love in A.S. Byatt's Possession, Zadie Smith's White Teeth, and the Full Monty by Peter Cuttaneo As British literature and film seek to sort out the identity crisis that England finds herself in as a post-imperial nation, a variety of views have emerged concerning solutions for Britain’s confusion. One reoccurring theme to these views is love. A.S. Byatt’s Possession, Zadie Smith’s White Teeth, and The Full Monty, directed by Peter Cattaneo, all deal with a traditional, romantic view of true love, whether it is presented as a necessity or a dispensable ideal....   [tags: Byatt Smith Monty Cuttaneo Monty Essays] 1670 words
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full monty - Full Monty Full Monty is a film which women fulfill their fantasies. Film is talking about a fantasy world where women are power holders and men are objects. Film is based on the idea that after hundred years of industrial reform, which was started on United Kingdom, modernized factories and high technology machines make blue-collar workers unemployed. Those unemployed Englishmen who are losing their power and becoming weak to women are trying to survive by strip teasing. Gaz, our main character should pay his wife to see his kid....   [tags: essays research papers] 415 words
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Monty Python and the Holy Grail - Monty Python and the Holy Grail In Monty Python and the Holy Grail, logic is used in an unfamiliar way. This logic does not deal with the nature of life, but deals with the more complex forms of logic that require the filling of blanks to make things work out. Although, for the most part certain things did not make sense, but yet they did express logic. They used environmental attributes to make sense of the complexities they had. The first application of logic found in the movie was in the first scene with the use of coconuts....   [tags: essays research papers] 436 words
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Monty Python and the Holy Grail - “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” is a satiric comedy about the quest of King Arthur. The movie starts out with Arthur, King of the Britons, looking for knights to sit with him at Camelot. He finds many knights including Sir Galahad the pure, Sir Lancelot the brave, the quiet Sir Bedevere, and Sir Robin the Not-Quite-So-Brave-as-Sir Lancelot. Through satire and parody of certain events in history (witch trials, the black plague) they find Camelot, but after literally a quick song and dance they decide that they do not want to go there....   [tags: essays research papers] 1230 words
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Use of Logic in Monty Python and the holy grail - Monty Python and the Holy Grail Logic affects our lives everyday. We use it both subconsciously and consciously to make decisions which can be as important as our careers, or as insignificant as what to eat for lunch. Logic can also be used in other ways. Ironically, others’ bad logic can result in us learning something just as much as we learn from our own bad decisions. This is shown in Monty Python’s Quest for the Holy Grail. One example of this ironic use of logic is with the trial of the witch....   [tags: essays research papers] 444 words
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Postmodern Criticism of Monty Python’s King Arthur Skit - Monty Python’s King Arthur skit is full of structuralism dogma breaking moments. This analysis focuses on the first scene of the movie. The scene utilizes pre-conceived notions of movie structure, the publics’ awareness about leaders and prominent figures and the acknowledgement of the existence of life among cast extras to create a satirical adaptation of King Arthur’s quest for the Holy Grail. As the scene begins we hear the hooves of a horse coming from beyond the mist around the castle. The viewer, exposed to several scenes that reflect this setting in previous movies, expects to see someone riding a horse about to emerge, instead it is King Arthur and his servant that appear; both lacking horses....   [tags: Movies, Films] 774 words
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The Satirical Essence Of Monty Python Imbibed Into Cotemporary Theatre - The very essence of Contemporary Theatre is that is such a diverse realm of performance art. Many different playwrights have contributed to this post World War Two theatre that instead of keeping to just one narrow genre it was able to branch out to cover all aspects and views of an ever transitional modern society. Theatrical pieces from this time period have ranged from Existentialism, pioneered by Jean Paul Sartre, to the Theatre of the Absurd, which was precedented by Samuel Beckett, and all along the way a myriad of performance genres sprung up to support this new post-war society....   [tags: essays research papers] 2155 words
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Thomas Malory’s Le Morte Darthur and Monty Python and the Holy Grail - Thomas Malory’s Le Morte Darthur and Monty Python and the Holy Grail Professor’s comment: This student uses a feminist approach to shift our value judgment of two works in a surprisingly thought-provoking way. After showing how female seduction in Malory’s story of King Arthur is crucial to the story as a whole, the student follows with an equally serious analysis of Monty Python’s parody of the female seduction motif in what may be the most memorable and hilarious episode of the film. Much of the humor in Monty Python and the Holy Grail derives from the pure absurdity of its characters and situations....   [tags: Movie Film Essays]
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Arthur's Unrealism: Monty Python, Gawain and the Green Knight, and the Destruction of - Arthur's Unrealism: Monty Python, Gawain and the Green Knight, and the Destruction of Ideals It may be that ideals are necessary for humanity. Without idealized images, codes of behavior, even idealized objects, mankind would have difficulty functioning. There would be a lack of context or criteria with which to judge objects that may be termed less than ideal. However, the problem with idealized images is that they can never be described fully, and certainly never attained. An example is the contemporary ideal of feminine beauty, which has led to countless problems such as depression and psychological dietary disorders among women who perceive themselves to be "inadequate." The more culturally emphasized an ideal is, the more ordinary people are made to feel inadequate....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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A Sense of Social Realism in the First Ten Minutes of The Full Monty - A Sense of Social Realism in the First Ten Minutes of The Full Monty In august 1997, the smash hit comedy; The Full Monty came to the big screen. It only cost £2.2 million but it managed to recover that in the first weekend of it being shown in the UK. The successfulness of the film even managed to shock actor Robert Carlyle who starred in the film. Directed by Peter Cattaneo and produced by Umberto Pasolini, this film is Sheffield's big claim to fame. The opening scenes are of a promotional video that shows a happy Sheffield but because it is shown on a small screen, it seems far away....   [tags: Papers] 928 words
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Life of Brian as Historical Satire - Monty Python’s Life of Brian traces the tragic last year of Brian of Nazareth, a man who shares his exact birthday and town with Jesus Christ, the subject of countless biblical epic films. Comedy distinguishes this biopic, which features a male actor playing the analog of the Virgin Mary, a cured leper begging for alms, and spontaneous song on the crucifix. It is not sufficient, however, to relegate the film to parody, which seems the obvious criticism, simply for taking a comedic outlook. The unique style and construction of many scenes imply that comedy partially motivated the film, but other stimuli clearly contributed to its simple message....   [tags: Film Cinema Movie Parody Monty Python]
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Comparing King Arthur and With Honors - Comparing King Arthur and With Honors Have you ever watched a movie or read a novel without a plot. Most likely your answer to this question would be no, because it would be dull. No one wants to hear a story with no intrigue or conflict. As you read a novel or watch a film, you want to connect with the characters and feel you can relate to the situations they’re dealing with. In every film and every story there’s a conflict the main character(s) is facing. The story of King Arthur, and the film With Honors appear at first to be on opposite sides of the entertainment spectrum....   [tags: Movies Film With Honors King Arthur Essays] 662 words
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The Love Story in James Cain's Mildred Pierce - The Love Story in James Cain's Mildred Pierce In Mildred Pierce, by James Cain, the novel revolves around some very interesting and universal concepts that seem to be themes in many of his novels. “As in his previous work, the novel revolves around love, money, and sex, but though success is perverse and wish fulfillment destructive, there is no murder” (Gale Group Biography) One most interesting theme is the theme of love and lust, and what drove the characters to their actions, and what motivated them....   [tags: Mildred Pierce Essays]
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Mildred Pierce Summary, Character Analysis, and Opinion - Summary: Mildred Pierce, by James M. Cain, begins in pre-Depression California, and ends during World War II times, also in California. The main character, Mildred Pierce, is a very attractive housewife of 29, raising two daughters, Ray and Veda. Although Mildred loves both her daughters, Veda is a particular obsession with Mildred. She constantly slaves away throughout the novel to do whatever she can to make Veda happy, despite the constant abuse and deception Veda inflicts upon Mildred. After a divorce from her first husband, Bert, in the opening pages of the novel, Mildred is forced to sacrifice her pride and become a waitress in order to support her family....   [tags: essays research papers] 1427 words
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And Now For Someone Completely Different - And Now For Someone Completely Different When the six foot five inch man that is John Cleese is mentioned, most people see him in their minds eye complaining about his dead parrot or as the brave Sir Lancelot. What many people don't think of, though, is his involvement with multiple other productions, not all of them comedy. His involvement, too, stretches from just simple acting. John Cleese is truly a Renaissance man of the media. John Cleese went through school wanting to be in the legal profession and he received his M.A....   [tags: Essays Papers] 708 words
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Creative Story: If At First You Dont Succeed - Creative Story: If At First You Don't Succeed "Eureka!" Sam excitedly exclaimed. "I've done it. I'm set for life and my happiness is assured. With this new invention I'll be honored for my brilliance, and I might even win the nobel prize!" he chirped ecstatically. Sam was a chicken, the great great great grandson of the Not-So-Great Chixken Little, who, in case the reader is ignorant, was the chick who thought the sky was falling and got everyone eaten by a crafty old fox [SIC]....   [tags: essays research papers] 1308 words
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A Place to Go - Original Writing - A Place to Go - Original Writing Night after night I had passed the strange location. I began to recognize it and became aware of every detail. I found the building light in the same way. My eyes became attracted, addicted to this place, every eve it beckoned me to return. Simply gazing on it seemed to provide a relaxation, it warmed me. My body became accustomed to its feeling and presence; I found it, almost difficult to leave it. Despite this I had to carry on, they where close behind me now....   [tags: Papers] 1261 words
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The High Importance of Women’s Physical Attractiveness - The High Importance of Women’s Physical Attractiveness The theme of fantasy versus reality is a central focus that reappears throughout the film 25th Hour directed by Spike Lee. In this film, the main character Monty is sentenced to seven years in jail for drug dealing. On Monty’s final day of freedom, his father proposes two options for him: driving to the prison to serve his sentence or fleeing to a town so he can make a new life for himself. While pondering on the second option, Monty construes a false view of a wonderful life filled with joy and happiness....   [tags: Beauty] 1522 words
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A Brief Analysis of Life of Brian - ... Take the line “Blessed are the Greek and plankton will inherit the Earth” for example, not only is a hilarious pun, it also aids to the telling of Jesus’s story. I believe Terry Jones used Jesus, the Bible, and the Romans purely because he could create a myriad of puns, parodies, double entendre, and so forth. Not only does the constant humor aid to my interpretation, the reviews I found online also side with it. While the story is an important aspect of the film, the supporting moments make it....   [tags: Film Analysis ]
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Themes in the Novel and Movie Adaptation of James Cain’s Mildred Pierce - Themes in the Novel and Movie Adaptation of James Cain’s Mildred Pierce In contemporary film making, “Hollywood-ization” generally refers to the re-creation of a classic work in a form more vulgar and sexually explicit than the original in an effort to boost movie attendance. After all, sex and violence sell. However, from the mid-1930’s to the 1950’s, “Hollywood-ization” referred to the opposite case where controversial books had to be purified to abide by the Production Code of 1934.[1] This occurred to many of James Cain’s novels as they moved from text to the genre of “film noir.” As has been said about Cain’s The Postman Always Rings Twice, “The property, bought several years ago, was kept in the studio’s archives until now because of [Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s] “inability to clean it up.””[2] The sanitation of Cain’s novels greatly took from the strong themes of female emotional and financial independence that were rarely addressed at that time as they were adapted for the screen....   [tags: Mildred Pierce Essays]
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Spanking is Positive - Spanking is Positive Have you ever been spanked, when you were a child. Do you remember how it felt. Did it have an effect on your attitude as you grew older. Now, when you look back at it, do you think it was a good thing. I have interviewed three random college students that have been spanked when they were a child. Even though spanking may be an example of physical abuse, I believe it is positive and not as serious as hitting with a fist or object. The following gives examples of how students felt during the time being spanked, how their behavior was after being spanked, and how being spanked affected his/her life....   [tags: Children Obedience Discipline Essays] 1309 words
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Love and Hate in James Cain's Mildred Pierce - Love and Hate in James Cain's Mildred Pierce       Some may say that the character Mildred Pierce of the novel, Mildred       Pierce by James Cain, may be a good role model for an entrepreneur or a       single working mother.  Some may say that she was hopelessly devoted to       her ungrateful daughter, Veda.  Some may also argue that Veda was a       terrible daughter who lacked compassion, sincerity, and most of all,       respect.  As true as that may all be, the candlelight glowing about the       flawless, sugar-coated heroine shall be blown out.  Fluorescent lights,       please.               Mildred Pierce loved her daughter.  Perhaps she had loved Veda too       much.  One questions how a woman can love such a bitch - a coloratura       soprano.  Could it have been another type of love?  Mildred had an       exaggerated sense of self-importance.  She felt the need for attention and       admiration from others, particularly Veda.  Mildred Pierce took people for       granted or exploited them with an unusual coolness.  Had Mildred Pierce       been a real person, and ever introduced to Sigmund Freud, the verdict       would be in.  Mildred Pierce suffers from Narcissism.  Another kind of       love, indeed!  She simply had fallen in love with her reflection (as the       disorder was named for the mythological Narcissus, who fell in love with       his own reflection) - Veda Pierce, that is.               In 1991, Sophie Freud, granddaughter of Sigmund Freud, explained that       the narcissistic mother has a great investment in her daughters.  The       survival of women greatly depends on loving, and whether she is loved.        Narcissistic actions are ambivalent.  "In order to develop into a woman       [the narcissist mother believes] a daughter needs sufficient libidinal       resources to identify with her female partner [mother]..." (Fenchel).        Mildred Pierce fits the description.  That must explain the sensual vibes       - but unfortunately Veda was not the type of daughter to want to identify       with her mother.  Mildred's character ached for approval from Veda.        Whether she could afford Veda's material desires did not matter.  Whether       Veda would hate her for it, did.  Everything that Mildred possibly could       not do, she wanted for Veda.  And yes, it is normal for parents to want a       better life for their children than they had, but putting up with snobbish       attitudes, constant denouncement, and utter disrespect is far from normal....   [tags: Cain Mildred Pierce Essays]
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Notes of a Somewhat Closeted Übernerd - Notes of a Somewhat Closeted Übernerd                        I have never questioned the fact that I have always been different from the other kids. In the fifth grade, while my peers would spend entire lunch periods discussing their new Pokémon cards over peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, I much preferred to eat my Lunchables and discuss my undying love for Sailor Moon. If someone were to ask me which of the Power Rangers I considered to be superior, I would roll my eyes mildly and continue to write down my favorite quotes from Monty Python and the Holy Grail....   [tags: Personal Experience] 930 words
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Proposal For Movie Making - I heard about your competition through online resources and hear say, and through much thought and intense planning; I would like to make what I believe to be a plausible proposal for the movie screen. My idea stems from a trend that is developing in mainstream film today. Because of the demand for comedies satirizing teen/college culture, the idea of a pot film using the premise of Sir Gawain and Green Knight will be very profitable in the film industry. Firstly, the title of the medieval work I am choosing (SGGK) is blatantly perfect for structuring a satirical pot film comedy....   [tags: Personal Ambition] 553 words
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Comparing the Comedy Central TV Channel to ComedyCentral.com - From Television to the Internet: Comparing the Television Channel and ComedyCentral.com It is often stated by twenty-something generation X-er's, that their generation was raised by the television set; that Mr. Rogers was their dad, the gang from Sesame Street was their siblings, and Mrs. Brady was their mom. This is a very eclectic family if one stops to think about it: make believe for a dad, Muppets for brothers and sisters, and a very lovely lady for a mom. These latch key kids that grew up befriended by the television set, represent a generation, that in reality, is passing....   [tags: Comparison Compare Contrast Essays] 1204 words
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Spam: Junk Email - Spam: Junk Email The fictional story “The Case of the Spam Stalker” was based on my research and interest in the topic of junk email or spam. I was able to think of this topic because of the unbelievable amount of junk email that I was receiving at my America Online email account. In fact, I received so much junk mail that I decided to switch to another account with Lycos. Because I was having so much of a problem with unwanted mail, I figured that there were many more people with this problem....   [tags: Research Papers E-mail Essays]
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My Storie - A Random Idiotic Story Supplying No Real Purpose Trebor observed his messy office. He needed to get out of this diminutive space. He did not know why, but something impelled him to get out of his room. As he turned the doorknob, he felt a chill that took over his body. When the door opened, Trebor realized he was in a cubicle. The bleak room gave him a languid feeling. Trevor was skeptical of what he was seeing. As he turned around to exit this incredulous room, he noticed the door was gone. Where the door had once stood was a window....   [tags: essays research papers] 1092 words
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Effects of Intake Modification on a Ramjet Engine - The effects of intake modification on a Ramjet engine A ramjet intake design analysis. Supersonic and hypersonic flights often make use of a ramjet engine during the cruise phase of the flight. The design of the intake affects important variables of the ramjet engine, namely Mach number distribution, formation of shocks and pressure distribution. Analysis of a normal intake design provides lower than optimal pressure to the combustion chamber. A geometric dimension modification on the intake, i.e....   [tags: Engineering] 1514 words
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Don't Confuse Freedom with Individual Rights - How many times have we heard people justifying their needs by saying something like, "This is a free country. I have the right to (anything goes here)". For words that people use quite frequently, they are often misused and misunderstood. From my point of view, it seems that most people use them as an alternative to explaining the real reasons why they want something. So let me tell you what I think the two words mean in practice. Freedom is taking responsibility for you own actions and your own life.  If for example someone says, "I am freeing you of the need to make decisions", they are in fact taking your freedom away....   [tags: argumentative, persuasive essays] 490 words
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james montgomery flagg - James Montgomery Ward James Montgomery Flagg was born on June 18, 1887 in Pelham Manor, New York. As a child, Flagg loved sketching with pen and paper. In fact, his first published painting was at the age of twelve by the then popular magazine St. Nicholas Magazine. By the age of fourteen, he was a regular contributor to Life Magazine. A year later, he was hired to be on the staff of Judge Magazine. Flagg continued to contribute by drawing famous celebrity portraits for the popular magazines front covers....   [tags: essays research papers] 399 words
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Metaphors for Viewing the Brain - "We need a type of theatre which not only releases the feelings, insights and impulses possible within the particular historical field of human relations in which the action takes place, but employs and encourages those thoughts and feelings which help transform the field itself." -- Bertolt Brecht "The Theatre is magic, and blessed are those who make that magic." - Author Unknown Metaphors for Viewing the Brain The cognitive psychologists George Lakoff and Mark Johnson argue that our conceptual systems define our reality through metaphors....   [tags: Psychology]
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Gordon Brown - Back on the Highway to Musical Reality - Gordon Brown – Back on the highway to musical reality He’s been called everything from the “The Mayor,” to the “The G-Don” but anyone associated with entertainment here in New Jersey; specifically the Jersey Shore music scene, should know who Gordon Brown is. Whether you've heard about his major label accomplishments thru bands such as Mr. Reality or Highway 9, or you’ve spent an evening watching one of your favorite acoustic artist at The Count Basie theater or Monmouth University, he has affected your musical experiences thru his business savvy and compositional skills, helping to create new outlets for some of New Jerseys best performers while coming up with events such as Writers In The Raw and The Wave Gathering Music Festival....   [tags: Interview] 1004 words
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The Life and Writings of Agatha Christie - ... Agatha’s car was found off the road and abandoned with Agatha’s belongings in it. For ten days Agatha had completely disappeared. On the eleventh day of Agatha missing a band member at the Harrogate Hydropathic Hotel recognized the writer in the hotel lobby in the corner doing a crossword puzzle. The man waited a few days before calling the police. Colonel Chrisite was called in to identify his wife on the fourteenth. When Agatha was asked what she was doing there she claimed to have amnesia....   [tags: Biography ]
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Agatha Christie's "The Murder of Roger Ackoryd" - ... Agatha’s car was found off the road and abandoned with her belongings left inside. For ten days Agatha had completely disappeared. On the eleventh day of Agatha missing a band member at the Harrogate Hydropathic Hotel recognized the writer in the hotel lobby in the corner doing a crossword puzzle. The man waited a few days before calling the police because he wanted to make sure he had the right woman. Colonel Chrisite was called in to identify his wife on the fourteenth. When Agatha was interviewed by the police and her family she claimed to have gotten amnesia and could not remember how she ended up in the hotel....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Agatha Christie - ... Agatha’s car was found off the road and abandoned with her belongings left inside. For ten days Agatha had completely disappeared. On the eleventh day of Agatha missing a band member at the Harrogate Hydropathic Hotel recognized the writer in the hotel lobby in the corner doing a crossword puzzle. The man waited a few days before calling the police because he wanted to make sure he had the right woman. Colonel Chrisite was called in to identify his wife on the fourteenth. When Agatha was interviewed by the police and her family she claimed to have gotten amnesia and could not remember how she ended up in the hotel....   [tags: Authors]
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Agatha Christie: The Murder of Roger Ackroyd - ... Agatha’s car was found off the road and abandoned with her belongings left inside. For ten days Agatha had completely disappeared. On the eleventh day of Agatha missing a band member at the Harrogate Hydropathic Hotel recognized the writer in the hotel lobby in the corner doing a crossword puzzle. The man waited a few days before calling the police because he wanted to make sure he had the right woman. Colonel Chrisite was called in to identify his wife on the fourteenth. When Agatha was interviewed by the police and her family she claimed to have gotten amnesia and could not remember how she ended up in the hotel....   [tags: Literary Review ]
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Agatha Christie's Use of Characterization in "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd" - ... For ten days Agatha had completely disappeared. On the eleventh day of Agatha missing a band member at the Harrogate Hydropathic Hotel recognized the writer in the hotel lobby in the corner doing a crossword puzzle. The man waited a few days before calling the police because he wanted to make sure he had the right woman. Colonel Chrisite was called in to identify his wife on the fourteenth. When Agatha was interviewed by the police and her family she claimed to have gotten amnesia and could not remember how she ended up in the hotel....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Agatha Christie's "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd" - ... Agatha’s car was found off the road and abandoned with her belongings left inside. For ten days Agatha had completely disappeared. On the eleventh day of Agatha missing a band member at the Harrogate Hydropathic Hotel recognized the writer in the hotel lobby in the corner doing a crossword puzzle. The man waited a few days before calling the police because he wanted to make sure he had the right woman. Colonel Christie was called in to identify his wife on the fourteenth. When Agatha was interviewed by the police and her family she claimed to have gotten amnesia and could not remember how she ended up in the hotel....   [tags: Literary Review ]
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REFLECTING on the REACTION in Agatha Christie's Murder Mysteries - ... “The Armstrong kidnapping case was based on the actual kidnapping and murder of Charles Lindbergh's son in 1932, just before the book was written. A maid employed by Mrs. Lindbergh's parents was suspected of involvement in the crime, and after being harshly interrogated by police, committed suicide.”(Wikipedia contributors) “I mean the Colonel Armstrong who married and American wife and whose only child was kidnapped and killed.”(135 Murder on the Orient Express) These two quotes are reflections of how in real life there was an Armstrong kidnapping and Agatha happen to be living during that time period....   [tags: Literature]
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Harry Potter and the Holy Grail - ... “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” features two chalices, both of great import. The Goblet of Fire is a wooden cup that determines who will participate in the Triwizard Tournament. When Filch brings out the Goblet, it is stored in “a great wooden chest encrusted with jewels” (Rowling, 254). Sir Thomas Malory, author of Le Morte d'Arthur, “describes the Grail as being housed in a 'chest of gold and precious stones'” (Phyllis) Like the Holy Grail, the Goblet of fire has the mystical ability to determine who is “worthy,” and who is not....   [tags: Film] 1128 words
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British Social Realism - ... Moralistic pathos here is strong and not weakens for a moment, on what, however, the original name of a picture - “An Education " already initially hints. Ideally, such a model of the film as a very intelligible reminder of the true values should be shown to the entire modern careless schoolgirl, who dreams of an advantageous marriage and dubious entertainment. As I have marked in the previous work the very nature of cinema socializes people, unites them - and not just because it is a synthesis of all the other arts (and in this sense has only one similarity - temple of action), but also because the movie industry have to be repaid, functioning like a kind of independent things in themselves, rather than burdening society physical dependence, compensating for the humble rendition of “social order”....   [tags: British Film, T. Richardson] 1926 words
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Satire - ... The effect of Horatian satire on a reader is laughter or a wry smile. Horatian satire can be found in literary works. In the novel Lord of the Flies by William Golding, satire can be found in the actions of one character named Piggy. Piggy is the boy that is the nerd or intellectual of the group. Piggy represents the intellectuals that created that atomic bomb in WWII. Golding was strongly opposed to the atomic bomb hence the satire in his novel. The first example of satire is found in chapter two .The boys are trying to start a fire and they are all gathering wood except for Piggy....   [tags: Literature]
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Death of a Salesman vs The Simpsons - Death of a Salesman vs The Simpsons Each of the characters in "death of a Salesman" can be compared in some way to a character in the Simpsons. Linda Loman has a lot in common with Marge Simpson. Both love their families very much and are always the first to defend their husband's actions. Each wife is unappreciated and and does not receive much respect from her family. They try to instill good values onto their children: Marge reprimands Bart for stealing, and Linda tells Willy not to encourage the boys to steal....   [tags: essays papers] 514 words
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An Analysis of The End of Something - An Analysis of The End of Something   One area of literature emphasized during the Modernist era was the inner struggle of every man. Novels written before the 20th century, such as Moll Flanders and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, dealt with external conflict, a conflict the reader could visualize in an action. Along with other writers of Bohemian Paris, Ernest Hemingway moved away from this process and began using outward actions as symbols for the inner conflict dwelling inside the protagonist....   [tags: End Something] 1202 words
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