The animated musical comedy is the tale of the hermitic green Grinch, voiced by Jim Carrey, who is intent on running the Christmas holiday for the joyful people of Whoville. With a heart described as two sizes two small, the Grinch disguises himself as Santa Clause and empties houses throughout the village of their Christmas trees, ornaments, and
If he really existed I'd be sitting up with a loaded shotgun every Christmas Eve, not dreaming of gifts while this lunatic could be slicing the throats of everyone in my house! And to add to the horror he is said to use "elves" to manufacture "toys" in a little "workshop" in the North Pole. This entire elf story sounds like a softening cover-up fed to us as propaganda. The truth of the matter is there's a Mafia hitman out there named Santa the Claw who runs a sweatshop using illegal child labour to manufacture products in a remote location where he can't be easily apprehended; or so that's what my skills of deductive reasoning tell me. So why the cover-up?
Around the world, people know of such holidays like St. Patrick’s Day, Valentine’s day, or Christmas. But there is a magical place, where not everyone knows of such things, they just know what’s around them. Screenwriter Caroline Thompson allows for others to see a new look at how the holidays are in their “world.” Thompson describes how a scary skeleton embarks on a journey and learns of another holiday that is completely different from his world. Edward Ivory is the main voiceover of the Thompson’s 2014 20/20 winner The Nightmare Before Christmas (Jon Reeves). Ivory is given the role of Santa, who’s the man to save the day after Jack Skellington, Chris Sarandon, decides to take over Christmas and ruins it all together (Jon Reeves).
The Marxist viewpoint proves how sociological factors, such as wealth influence the characters, plot, setting, time period, or any other aspect of a piece of literature. It focuses on the relationship between different social classes and how the distribution of power, wealth, and materialism is determined. The Grinch Who Stole Christmas is a children’s story book written by Theodor Geisel, also known as Dr. Seuss. The story revolved around the Grinch, a grouchy and bitter creature who lives in a snowy mountain just north of a town called Whoville. The Grinch despised the townspeople called the ‘Whos’ and their annual Christmas traditions.
His internal organs, not expecting to be pounded with that amount of force, would explode Santa inside to out. As harrowing as it might seem, if Santa Claus ever distributed presents on Christmas Eve, the aftermath consists of a his jolly-old tombstone in the North Pole. Even though Santa and his team would be vaporized from the mass of the sleigh and the sleigh’s speeds, it’s a child’s decision whether they believe in this myth or not. The work of adults becomes more amenable as physics is finally applied to Santa. You worry that children will discover the truth.
When Napoleon sees that Snowball is gaining more power with the speech of the windmill, Napoleon sends his dogs to chase Snowball out of the farm. After Snowball was chased out of the farm, Napoleon gains more power by saying Snowball was a bad person. He told the animals that Snowball was with Mr. Jones from the starting. (Ch 6. P. 72) "We will teach this miserable traitor that he cannot undo our work so easily."
“Several nights a week after Mr. Jones was asleep, they held secret meetings in the barn and expounded the principles of Animalism to the others” (Orwell 10). Snowball and Napoleon started preparing for the revolution, hoping for justice to take its course as a result of the rebellion. They had a perfect vision of what their situation could be like after the revolution. They knew they needed power to begin their plans and they hoped for the justic... ... middle of paper ... ...d to in formal style as “our Leader, Comrade Napoleon”, the pigs liked to invent for him such titles as Father of All Animals”(Orwell 62). The Comrades became brainwashed and started seeing Napoleon, who is just another animal like them, as a Father.
Napoleon had fooled the animals by using Snowball as a scapegoat; he said to them, “Comrades, do you know who is responsible for this? Do you know the enemy who has come in the night and overthrown our windmill? SNOWBALL! Snowball has done this thing. Here and now I pronounce the death sentence upon Snowball” (72).
Throughout his life, the Grinch was curious with the concept of Christmas. He would watch all of Whoville celebrate. When there was a 99% Christmas sale going on, the Grinch wore a cloak and a mask so people wouldn’t try to distinguish him. He told his dog Max “The city is a dangerous place” as they explored. As an adult, he is feeling worthless and bored living in a cave with his dog.
In a Newsweek article dated November 15th rntitled “Bill Takes it on the Chin”, Judge Jackson stated: “Microsoft has demonstrated that it will use its prodigious market power and immense profits to harm any firm that insists on pursuing initiates that could intensify competion”. Why couldn’t Billy be satisfied with say a $100 billion company? The penalty for ignoring the law of “reed rationing” may include having the software giant broken down into a bunch of little midgets. Are you listening William? Greed attracts powerful enemies.