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Conflict Between Characters in A View From The Bridge by J.B. Priestley

- Conflict Between Characters in A View From The Bridge by J.B. Priestley The play, "A View From The Bridge", was set in the late 1940s in New York, Brooklyn. This was a time when New York was populated and worked by people who were poorly paid, exploited by their bosses and those who were - in many cases - only recent immigrants to the United States, having come to America, as Miller's parents had done, in hope of the work, wealth and security that their home countries could not guarantee....   [tags: Papers]

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Eddie Carbone in A View From the Bridge by Arthur Miller

- Eddie Carbone in A View From the Bridge by Arthur Miller The play “A view from the bridge” is set in Red hook area of New York, the play was written by a man called Arthur Miller he wrote this particular play in 1950 at the age of 35. His parents were immigrants in the United States of America, they had lived a wealthy life this all went wrong along with the American economy. Arthur Miller worked as a warehouse man, and in order to save his fees he went to Michigan University in 1934, to study economics and history....   [tags: A View from the Bridge, Arthur Miller]

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How Arthur Miller Creates Tension in A View From The Bridge

- Show how Arthur Miller creates a tense atmosphere at the end of act one of ‘A View From The Bridge’ In the play ‘A View From The Bridge’ there are many ingredients that finish with the final dish at the end. Usually, when you know the ingredients to a dish, you could guess what it would taste like or look like. Basically, there are many pressure points in the play that lead to the final outcome, and that outcome is very obvious. The audience would not be surprised when they get to the end, many would see it coming from far....   [tags: Arthur Miller]

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Justice and Law in A View From The Bridge

- In "a view from the Bridge", justice and law are not presented as being synonymous. The play "A view from the Bridge" by Arthur Miller shows the tragic demise of its protagonist "Eddie Carbone" and towards his demise we are presented with two different yet similar concepts; justice and the law. Although the two words usually stand side by side, "A view from the Bridge" shows how they are sometimes not synonymous with one another through: a belief in communal law or community values, the American system of justice and the analogy of settling for half....   [tags: Arthur Miller]

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A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller

- A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller 'A View from the Bridge' is a 1950's play written by Arthur Miller. It follows the same structure as an Ancient Greek tragedy, where the main actor and in this case Eddie Carbone falls to a tragic and yet a predictable inflicted death. I will be explaining the difference in culture between America and Italy and how this could have affected the outcome of the play. The play 'A View from the Bridge' was written by Arthur Miller and is set in Brooklyn America....   [tags: Papers]

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A View from the Bridge - Setting

- A view from the bridge - Setting. The play "A view from the bridge" is set in the1950's, a tragedy about the lives of some Italian immigrants, whose paths cross, ending in death, separation and tragedy. The play is full of important events, and places, and it is its places we are looking at. Places are used by the author, Arthur Miller, to symbolize, represent, and portray a range of views, people, and actions. Certain places, like Italy, are mentioned lots, but no scenes themselves take place there....   [tags: English Literature]

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Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge

- Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge Works Cited Missing I have chosen pages 40-42 from the part where Eddie says "You never seen a fight, did you?" to Marco, in the centre of page 40. This is a fight scene, in which Eddie "teaches" Rodolfo how to box. He begins by making fun of Rodolfo's attempt. This then leads to the two lightly boxing, until Eddie hits Rodolfo hard, so he staggers....   [tags: Papers]

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The Haunted House - Original Writing

- The Haunted House - Original Writing "Oh man, where the hell is he. He was meant to be here by ten. He's bloody half an hour late," whined Marco, repeatedly looking at his watch. We (Marco, Tina and I) waited impatiently for Kurt in the dark and gloomy backstreet behind the park. It was damp and cold, with a mild wind blowing. We stood shivering. I was angry with Kurt for being late but I was at the same time scared, scared if he'd been caught. I knew Kurt; he was clever but this was dangerous business....   [tags: Papers]

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A View from the Bridge

- A View from the Bridge There are moments of great tension in this play. Tracing the developments of Eddies obsession, show how Miller creates and builds up tension, particularly in the final part of Act 1. How would the tension be shown dramatically. 'A View from the Bridge' is a play based on pride & justice and Sicilian Honour. There is fine line between natural justice and that that is provided by the law. The theme of 'Justice provided by the law,' starts right at the beginning of the play with Alfieri's opening speech....   [tags: A View from the Bridge Arthur Miller Essays]

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Who Killed Eddie Carbone and Why

- Who Killed Eddie Carbone and Why Introduction: In a poor Italian community of Brooklyn, the Carbone family consists of three members. Eddie Carbone, the man of the house. Beatrice Carbone, wife of Eddie Carbone and Catherine, their niece. But, they didn’t consider that their little world would be turning upside down with the arrival of Beatrice cousin’s Marco and Rodolpho. Reading and watching the story, I will base my ‘evidence’ on who killed Eddie Carbone and why. Eddie Carbone: Eddie Carbone was a 40 year old man, who was husky, slighty overweight longshoreman....   [tags: A View from the Bridge Arthur Miller]

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School Uniforms Shouldn 't It Make It A Better One?

- School Uniforms Want to know a fun fact did you know only twenty three percent of schools in the United States have school uniforms .What is the history of school uniforms how did they come to be and do they really improve school district with academics and behavior . Would you ever think that they violate any rights children and young adults should have . How does it benefit parents,guardians or teachers. Most Importantly are school uniforms helpful for children and young adults ....   [tags: High school, Education, Dress code]

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Perception, Kinesics, Initial Interaction and Self-Concept/Esteem in "Pretty Woman"

- Standing on a street corner waiting for a guy to pick you up for sex probably isn’t the idle way to start romantic relationship, well at least its not a way to start one that will last more than a week or a few days. But in the movie a wealthy businessman Edward picks up Pretty Woman Vivien. Over the course of the movie they develop an intense bond for each other. While watching this movie I came across the four major concepts that I felt played a major role in the film Perception, Kinesics, Initial Interaction and Self-Concept/Esteem....   [tags: Film Analysis]

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The Pros of Having a School Uniform Policy

- Dealing with a school uniform policy has always been a controversial topic. The argument stands that can be demeaning, costly, and suppressing to one’s self-expression. While I once could agree with that and thought my individuality would be taken, I can now see how a uniform can be for the best. School uniforms are effective in decreasing gang violence, economic difference in schools, and they cut the preparation for school time in half. A uniform can be a loose set of expectations to a strict formal dress code varying on the location....   [tags: gang, economic, preparation, code]

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Baseball Hats Boost Employee Motivation and Job Performance

- ... The White Baseball Hat is a plain white hat intended for every employee at the beginning of the game-with no company signs, embroidery, or any design on it. It’s sole purpose is to welcome the employees and initiate them to the game. At this level, instructions about the game’s rules for performance levels and productivity goals required for each level are clearly set and communicated to all employees. By wearing the White Baseball Hat, employees feel that they are engaged, that they are eager, full of excitement and anticipation to play the game just set before them....   [tags: achievement, productivity, levels]

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Analysis Of The Article ' Everything Now '

- Companies realize what people need and they take it as sources to produce commodities. However, companies which have famous brands try to get people’s attention by developing their products. Because there are several options available of commodities, people might be in a dilemma to choose what product they looking for. In fact, that dilemma is not real, it is just what people want. That is what Steve McKevitt claims in his article “Everything Now”. When people go shopping there are limitless choices of one product made by different companies, all choices of this product basically do the same thing, but what makes them different is the brand’s name....   [tags: Need, Want, WANT, Economics terminology]

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The Use of Language, Structural and Presentational Devices by Car Manufacturer to Persuade Buyers

- The Use of Language, Structural and Presentational Devices by Car Manufacturer to Persuade Buyers In this essay I intend to analyse and compare the language, presentation and structure of two different advertisements. Both advertise cars however one is for magazine while the other is for TV. Within language I will be looking for language features such as alliterations for example; sheer strength. I will also be looking for structural devices such as the style of layout and presentational devices suck as different font sizes and colours....   [tags: Papers]

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Eddie Carbone as a Tragic Hero in A View from the Bridge

- A View from the Bridge is a dramatic tragedy, which follows the life of a dockworker, Eddie Carbone, in 1950s America who is the main focus of the play. He represents the average, everyday man in society, but his character draws parallels to many tragic heroes in the past shown in Greek tragedies, Shakespeare’s plays, etc. (e.g. Hamlet and Macbeth). A tragic hero is the hero in the story who has positive and negative traits and their negative traits is what eventually leads to the demise and this is what happens to Eddie....   [tags: Italy, America, dramatic tragedy]

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The Significance of the Title of A View from the Bridge

- A View from the Bridge is written by Arthur Miller. Miller became interested in the work and lives of the communities of dock workers and Longshoremen of New York’s Brooklyn Harbor, and where he had himself previously worked. In 1947, he was told an interesting story about another longshoreman in the area who had snitched to the Immigration Bureau on his own relatives. The Longshoreman was attempting to prevent the marriage between one of the brothers and his niece. Eight years later, in 1955, A View from the Bridge, based on the story of that same Longshoreman, was produced....   [tags: Arthur Miller plays]

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What Video Games Can Teach You: How to Do Surgery

- Remember how your parents always said to you that video games does not teach you anything, that all it does is rot your mind and always telling you that video games are evil that can cause you to kill people. Most people think that video games just cause problems in the world today, when there are some video games out there that are teaching some children to how to become surgeons or doctors. The wii remote is used the same way how surgeons use there hands when doing an operation. It also states that people who play video games builds there reaction time and hand and eye coordination better than the people who do not play video games....   [tags: Video Games, Surgery, wii, ]

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Summary of Arthur Miller's Play, A View from the Bridge

- Arthur Miller’s play “A View From the Bridge” revolves around the downfall of a tragic hero Eddie Carbone, who happens to be a long shore man living in Red Hook, Brooklyn with his wife Beatrice and niece Catherine. The extract being examined is a scene in which Eddie reinforces the perils of betraying family, specifically reporting them as illegal immigrants to the Immigration Bureau. He does so through telling the story of Vinny Bolzano who executed exactly that. Miller makes this a fascinating moment to return to when one is informed of what happens later on in the play because of its significance in presenting the situational irony, character development, as well as foreshadowing major ev...   [tags: tragedy, irony, characters]

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Understanding Arthur Miller's Play "A View From The Bridge"

- In the play ‘A View from the Bridge’, an Italian-American family take in two illegal immigrants. The youngest of them, Rudolpho, falls in love with the niece of Beatrice, Catherine. Eddie Carbone, the main character, is driven by desire and lust, which eventually brings upon his own downfall. He calls the Immigration Bureau to arrest the two immigrants in an attempt to get his niece back, and so the scheme fails, and the play ends when Marco murders Eddie in a mere act of self-defence. Miller uses the character of Alfieri to increase dramatic tension throughout the play, doing so by introducing the idea of inevitability in the play....   [tags: Theater]

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Restaurant Comparison of El Espolon as and El Tapatio

- Two locally owned famous restaurants in Sedalia, Missouri, El Espolon and El Tapatio, are both recognized as quality, authentic Mexican restaurants that serve Sedalia with outstanding service and great food. After paying each establishment a visit this past weekend, I have discovered some differences and similarities in the two. Although many of my relatives have chosen El Espolon as their favorite, I found El Tapatio to provide a more ethnic experience with their excellent food, sharp service, and clean venue....   [tags: personal narrative]

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Assimilation Is The Best Method For Promoting Cultural Integration

- Balancement The definition of assimilation in culture is “the process by which a person or persons acquire the social and psychological characteristics of a group,” adapting and becoming similar to ones environment (Assimilation, 2005). Countries are requiring immigrants to assimilate to their cultures, yet by doing so they are rejecting the idea of diversity. Assimilation is ripping away migrates identity and handing them a new language and culture as an entrance ticket to a country. Though, assimilation is not a concept required to be a good citizen because values are not taught in a certain language or culture, but are universal concepts....   [tags: Culture, Cultural assimilation, Assimilation]

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I Don 't Do You Look Just Like Him?

- “Then why do you look just like him?” Her eyes linger on his face. It had an ingrained hardness set into it, despite his soft features, the eyes steele and full of grief. “There is more than one meaning of death.” He sits back down and sighs, “we should begin. We have squandered enough time as it is and the attacks against you seem to be lightening.” “That’s news to me,” she says with a bit of a groan, “I don’t feel any better.” “A tender bruise takes time to heal, as will the wounds that have been inflicted to you here....   [tags: 2007 singles, Debut albums, 2001 singles, ACT]

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Dramatic Tension in "A View From The Bridge"

- How does Miller build up the dramatic tension in the play. When you compare “A View from the Bridge” to Eastenders you realise that both of them are very similar. What I mean is, in Eastenders there’s always a story that grabs our attention, whether the story is interesting or not, there’s that something that interests us and keeps us fixed to the television. Most of the stories end in cliff hangers making us eager to know what happens next, so we watch the next episode, this is building dramatic tension....   [tags: American Theater]

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Climate Change And How It Affects Us Today

- Global warming is the uprise of climate change and how it affects us today. Wouldn’t it be odd that our climate could change due to actions you take to get on with your day. Climate change such as warmer climate areas in the world can change into colder climates. Or having an unexpected storm in a not so stormy season. This could all be caused by Global warming, and it all started with us on the need for energy. How are we responsible. Well the fact is that we have come to the point to where there is an overuse of fossil fuels....   [tags: Fossil fuel, Global warming, Renewable energy]

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A View from the Bridge by Miller

- Miller’s A View from the Bridge, originally written in 1956 as a one act play, has many features of a classic Greek tragedy. It is set in the Italian-American neighbourhood, situated in Red Hook, near Brooklyn Bridge in New York. It is in this community Miller chooses to dramatise themes of conflict, betrayal, love and obsession. The underlying omerta is present throughout the play and is the reason for the conflict as it is defied by Eddie Carbone, the Italian longshoreman, who destroys himself in a clash between his blind passions and primeval ideas of his own people about right living....   [tags: Italian-American CUlture, Masculinity]

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The Trailer Of The Film, La Mission

- Chicanos and Chicanas are often stereotyped by people based on crude and unfair assumptions but at the same time, these stereotypes are often based on the truth. Movie directors are no exception as they attempt to understand and give representation to entire Chicano/a and Latino/a culture in society. The trailer of the film, La Mission, Che seems to be happy with his life until he realizes his son, Jes, is gay. Che then finds himself in a struggle to accept the homosexuality of his son while at the same time, Jes is struggling to find his own identity and to fit into society....   [tags: Homosexuality, Sexual orientation, Gender]

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The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

- On January 14th of 1963, Sylvia Plath had finally completed The Bell Jar after approximately two years of writing. This novel could have been considered a partial autobiography, because the main character Esther Greenwood eerily represents Sylvia Plath. There are a number of references to Plath’s real life throughout the book, too many for it to be considered a mere coincidence. Within the story, Esther Greenwood considers and attempts suicide quite frequently. Could this novel have been foreshadowing Sylvia’s death, which took place a little less than a month after....   [tags: autobioraphy, Esther Greenwood,communists]

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The Medici 's Influence On Art

- In modern market, there are not much commodities could worth more than art masterpieces, millions and millions of dollars flows in the art buying and selling market everyday. If the artist name is right, works can fetch sums that truly blow our mind. To figure out this strange and scandalous affair between art and money, we have to date back at least 600 years. There was a far more shocking collision between market forces and masterpieces in the Renaissance Florence. Almost all of the most splendid and exquisite art were created in the service of the rich and ruthless Medici family....   [tags: Florence, House of Medici, Cosimo de' Medici]

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In what ways is A view from the bridge like a Greek tragedy?

- In what ways is A view from the bridge like a Greek tragedy. Introduction In this essay I will be explaining in what ways "A View from the Bridge" is like a Greek tragedy by exploring what Eddie's tragic flaw is and how it influences his actions, sending him on a path of self-destruction that eventually leads to his tragic downfall. I will also be explaining which of the other characters and key events in the play have the biggest impacts on Eddie and his downfall. In the opening scene of the play, the audience is shown the setting of the play, which is the harbour area of Brooklyn near the Brooklyn bridge....   [tags: English Literature]

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The Importance of Dramatic Tension in Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge

- The Importance of Dramatic Tension in Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge Throughout A View from the Bridge, Arthur Miller creates and sustains dramatic tension to keep the audience’s attention. He also uses dramatic tension to guide and provoke the audience’s thoughts and responses towards A View from the Bridge. He does this by using different techniques, for example, posing unanswered questions in the audience’s mind and using dramatic pauses. Arthur Miller also controls the amount of tension between the characters to create highs and lows in the plot on stage, but in fact could effectively raise the awareness of the audience of the underlying tension suppre...   [tags: Papers]

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Justification for Eddie as a Loveable Character in A View From The Bridge

- When Alfieri makes his final speech, he says that he 'will love him' (Eddie) more than his 'sensible clients', referring to the usual longshoremen and their relations mentioned at the beginning of the play. However, it is unlikely that Alfieri means 'love' as in 'loveable', due to the fact that Alfieri says before that this love is because of the fact that Eddie 'allowed himself to be fully known'. This could be referring to the fact that everyone around Eddie can see his love for Catherine e.g....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Conventions of Tragedy in A View From The Bridge By Arthur Miller

- Conventions of Tragedy in A View From The Bridge By Arthur Miller Arthur Miller manipulates his characters and uses literary devices to effectively convey to the audience the trajectory of Eddie Carbone and his flaws of misconduct in the play, 'A View From The Bridge'. He uses all the conventions of a modern tragedy adequately to help arouse sympathy, suspense and fear from the audience at significant intervals of the play. Mr Eddie Carbone plays the role of a 'tragic hero' accustomed to a life of dignity and of mutual respect amongst his peers in the Italian community....   [tags: Papers]

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A View From the Bridge - Arthur Miller - Catherine's diary

- A view from the bridge- Arthur miller Catherine's diary September 18th 1937 Y' know I was sitting down today and Eddie comes in from work, looked really tired. I had just dressed in my new dress that I bought for my new job and I had done my hair in a different style, it looked really good. I asked him what he thought of it, and do you know what he said. He said the skirt was too short and the heels were too attention drawing. He even told me I'm walking wavy and that he doesn't like the way I have been attracting looks from the people in the shops, I told him they look at every girl that way but this only seemed to infuriate him more....   [tags: English Literature]

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Analysing the Portrayal of Eddie Carbone as a Tragic Hero

- Analysing the Portrayal of Eddie Carbone as a Tragic Hero A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller is a dramatically tense tragedy that presents the story of the downfall of an ordinary man. The play examines the tragic consequences of Eddie Carbone's inability to understand himself and his actions. This predominantly takes the form of his prejudice towards his cousin and his inappropriate attraction to his niece. It is set in the 1950s and was written while Miller had become interested in the lives and work of Brooklyn's dockworkers and longshoremen....   [tags: A View from the Bridge Arthur Miller]

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Use of Language in A View from the Bridge

- Use of Language in A View from the Bridge Examine Miller’s use of language and dramatic devices in helping the audience to understand the themes of A View From The Bridge Arthur Miller is regarded as a great dramatist and he explores the life struggles of an ordinary man against authority and insurmountable odds and in ‘A View From The Bridge’ he uses many dramatic devices and enigmatic themes to help the audience understand the play. Some of the main themes are jealousy, love, law, justice and social class....   [tags: A View from the Bridge Arthur Miller Essays]

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Eddie in J.B. Priestley's The View from the Bridge

- Eddie in J.B. Priestley's The View from the Bridge In this essay, I will be answering and covering all aspects of the question above whilst holding and delivering a personal view. I will also go over arguments that could be used against my opinions. My overall answer to the question above is that Eddie didn't deserve to die. 'This one's name is Eddie Carbone, a longshoreman working the docks from Brooklyn Bridge to the breakwater where the open sea begins.' This is the introduction given to the main character of the story....   [tags: Papers]

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Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge

- Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge Today hostility is viewed upon as wrong, when "A View From the Bridge" was written, hostility made up part of the day-to-day running of people in this era. Today women are treated as equals and any discrimination is taken incredibly seriously, in the time the play written, women had very few rights and were constantly stereotyped and abused. Manliness, hostility and aggression play an important role in the play, 'A View From the Bridge'. Each character has a different view on what it means to be manly and what manliness is....   [tags: Arthur Miller View Bridge Essays]

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A View From the Bridge

- A tragic hero is a great character in a dramatic tragedy who is destined for his/her downfall. The character ends up dying. Eddie is a longshoreman that unloads boats on the docks of Sicily. He supports his wife Beatrice and his niece, Catherine. However, Eddie has twisted feelings towards Catherine as he has raised her like his own daughter, and feels a strong connection towards Catherine. Eddie’s feeling and jealousy causes him to need to have Catherine in his life, and his irrational behaviour leads to his death....   [tags: tragic hero, flaw, jealousy]

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Commonalities between Blood Families

- ... The third letter is between a wife and husband, Margery Paston and Sir John Paston. Paston starts her letter off saying “worshipful husband” (Moriatry 234). She also goes on and says she is sorry he is not going to home for Christmas and that she would think of herself as “half a widow” because he is not home (Moriatry 235). Paston does not like to be away from her husband. With her saying she is “half a widow” until he comes homes shows the strong bond between the married couple. The final letter being looked at from “The Voices of the Middle Ages”, is between German Polo and his wife’s parents....   [tags: true, blood, english, italian, wives, bond]

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A Comparison of the Performance of Confusions by Alan Ayckbourn

- A Comparison of the Performance of Confusions by Alan Ayckbourn We performed Confusions by Alan Ayckbourn on 28th November 2002. Since it is divided into five short plays which all relate to each other, separate groups performed different plays, or scenes. My group used the scene "A Talk in the Park" as our performance piece. I will be comparing this scene to "A View from the Bridge", written by Arthur Miller, and the television soap "Eastenders". "A Talk in the Park" illustrates the comedy of human behaviour as well as making the audience aware of the underlying tones of loneliness and isolation, where the protagonists, five contrasting characters sitting on s...   [tags: Papers]

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The Role of Alfieri in the Play A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller

- The Role of Alfieri in the Play A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller Arthur Miller was a talented play-writer whose most successful plays included the Death Of A Salesman, and A View From A Bridge. Born in 1915 in Manhattan New York, his family had plenty of money up until the Wall Street Crash where his fathers successful business was ruined as a consequence. He left school with no money and no qualifications and in order to further his education had a variety of different jobs including a lorry driver, crooner and a shipping clerk so that he was able to afford the heavy fines of education....   [tags: Papers]

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In What Way Does The Final Scene of Act 1 Demonstrate Dramatically The

- In What Way Does The Final Scene of Act 1 Demonstrate Dramatically The Tensions Between The Characters Which Will Lead to Tragedy. The final scene of Act 1 in Arthur Miller's 'A View From The Bridge' demonstrates dramatic tension in a variety of different ways. It is made fairly clear from the final moments of the act when Alfieri returns to the stage that the play will end in tragedy. Miller shows this through dialogue between the characters and in the plentiful stage directions with which he liberally sprinkles the text....   [tags: English Literature]

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Staging the Boxing Scene in A View From The Bridge by Arthur Miller

- Staging the Boxing Scene in A View From The Bridge by Arthur Miller Arthur Miller is a famous dramatist in around the 1940’s and 50’s. His popularity developed as a result of his plays regarding social issues. The play “A View from the Bridge” focuses on an Italian community that is suspicious of outsiders. Many of the men from foreign countries work on the docks as Eddie Carbone does. The play narrator is a lawyer: Alfieri, he tells the tale of how two men come to Carbone’s house from Sicily, they are illegal immigrants and seek to find work in the US....   [tags: Papers]

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Exploring the Themes of Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge

- Exploring the Themes of Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge East of Staten Island is Brooklyn, the second largest borough and the most populous. As a freestanding city Brooklyn, with its 1990 population of 2,300,664, would rank as the fourth largest city in the United States. Poised at the western edge of Long Island, Brooklyn is a sprawling patchwork of industrial sites and shipyards (Red Hook), blighted ghettos (Bedford-Stuyvesant and Williamsburg), and quiet, we...   [tags: Papers]

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Eddie Carbone in A View From the Bridge

- Eddie Carbone in A View From the Bridge During the final scene preceding the end of act 1, Arthur Miller collects the major characters and in particular, he builds up and develops Eddie Carbone's character. I shall now analyse this scene, paying close attention to Miller's use of dramatic techniques. Eddie starts off reading a newspaper, hence demonstrating Eddie's awareness of the outside world....   [tags: View From the Bridge, Arthur Miller]

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The Arab Nations

- ISIS comes from Iraq a terrorist group, which is led by Abu Bakr AL Baghdad. The group ISIS has been around for about seventeen years, causing havoc on people. Over the past few years the U.S. and the allies have been trying to stop the group but its easier said then done because ISIS is everywhere not in just one place. How do we fight isis President Obama and other world leaders have been dicusing ways to defeat the group. The United State’s congress has put a few different Bills out such as the Kaine-Flake bill and the graham bill....   [tags: United States, Iraq War, Bill Clinton]

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Dr. Seuss’ And to Think that I Saw It on Mulberry Street

- Dr. Seuss’ And to Think that I Saw It on Mulberry Street The story of how a stupid horse and a wagon on Mulberry Street grows into a story that no one can beat. The adventure of Marco, and the things that he saw on Mulberry Street, began during the summer of 1936. Ted and Helen set sail for Europe aboard the new luxury liner, the M.S. Kungsholm. Ted, finding it impossible to settle while a summer storm hammered the ship, strode from one Kungsholm bar to another. While sipping on vodka on the rocks, he took a piece of stationery and started scribbling a rambling plot that began with “a stupid horse and wagon.” As the ship plowed the sea for eight days, the chugging rhythm of its engines re...   [tags: Dr. Seuss Think that I Saw It on Mulberry Street]

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A View From The Bridge

- A View From The Bridge “Whatever happened we all done it and don’t you ever forget it.” The play A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller is set in New York in the 1950s. During this period of time there were many illegal immigrants from Eastern Europe moving in to America. This was due to the depression caused by the Second World War. The depression caused a lack of work, many people started to migrate to America where there were many jobs. Due to the mass immigration America started to restrict the number of people gaining citizenship and made it illegal to house immigrants....   [tags: A View from the Bridge Arthur Miller Essays]

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A View from the Bridge

- A View from the Bridge *Works Cited Not Included The first scene begins with a fight. Obviously this introduction is indicative of some kind of intense emotion to follow. An aura of passionate emotions continues to surface throughout the play. The mood is set immediately. The audience knows that whatever is to come will be fiery and fervent. Ironically, the opening scene is the climax itself. By using this structure, the author gets right to the point that Eddie Carbone is a self-destructive character without restraint or self-control....   [tags: Papers]

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Themes, Motifs and Symbols

- Themes, Motifs and Symbols Arthur Miller was called to testify in front of the House Un-American Activities Committee to name names of communist sympathizers in 1956, the height of the McCarthy Era. Miller refused to do so and was heralded by the arts community for his strength of conviction and loyalty. In 1957, Miller was charged with contempt, a ruling later reversed by the U.S. Court of Appeals. Miller, like Eddie Carbone, was faced with the problem of choosing to be American or not, specifically by naming names of people who were doing (what were considered then) unlawful acts....   [tags: Papers]

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Creating a Spreadsheet Program

- Creating a Spreadsheet Program For my spreadsheets I am going to make a spreadsheet program that can keep and work out what is in stock and help Mr. Smith put stock on offer to pull in more customers. User requirements Mr. Smith is an owner of a small Pc shop based in Woolwich town center. He has a lot of stock going in but not much going out so he wanted to put stock on offer but does not no how to do this. He wants a program that can keep records of all of his stock and automatically put it on offer....   [tags: Papers]

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Holden Caulfield of The Catcher in the Rye, by J.D. Salinger

- When one’s imagination becomes the director and producer of his thoughts and actions, he loses touch with reality. The ideas and plans are in a chaotic time slot; loneliness becomes the major factor in forming erratic thoughts and actions. In the novel A Catcher in the Rye, J.D Salinger gives insight to the protagonist’s thoughts, experiences, and frustrations in his world. Holden Caulfield’s instinctive desire to be a savior of the innocents evolves, and many times in the story, he faces disappointment....   [tags: The Catcher in the Rye Essays]

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How Kayaking Can Be an Urban Sport in New York City

- How Kayaking can be an urban sport in New York City, and should not be relegated to rural parts of New York State. What is Kayaking for some they would categorize as an excretions sport, requiring them to drive far from salvations to take part. Like the lakes in Upstate New York. This makes Kayaking not readily excisable for New York City residents, defining kayaking as a suburban or an elite’s activity. Leave those without the space or the financial means unable to take part. But this is false if you live in New York City....   [tags: state, city, boat, power]

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What I Want My Future Roommate to Know About Me

- Throughout my life I have been told that my bedroom is the spot where I can define who I am. When I was younger I had bright orange walls with teen rock band posters plastered everywhere. I used to think that these decorations defined the person that I was, but they only defined the person who I wanted to be or to become. I used to think that the popular nickel-back posters made me as cool as the rock artists themselves, but it was not until I continued being the nerdy person that I was sitting in the corner with my other nerdy friends that I realized that changing the coolness of my room had nothing to do with my own coolness....   [tags: roommates, bedrooms, relationships, ]

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Good Effects that Come from Playing Sports in High School

- In high school, there proved different types of people, ones who focused on academics only, ones into fine arts, ones who didn’t care, the ones who are average and the ones who play sports. When I attended high school, I participated in athletics consistently for all four years. There come many good effects from playing sports in high school: you stay active and healthy, and you keep up with grades, and learn lifelong lessons. Playing sports consists of constant running, jumping, and other strenuous physical activity....   [tags: good health, grades, life long lessons]

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Production Planning & Control) for Garment Manufacturing Industry

- Project Title: The role and steps, which are carried out by PPC (Production Planning & Control) for a specific order in Garment Manufacturing Industry. Description Explain each step that is followed by PPC Department from beginning to the completion of the order. During the planning please consider the followings details: Garment type • Select any specific garment (prefer the basic garment e.g. Polo shirt, 5-pocket jeans etc). • Calculation for the consumption of raw material depends on the selection of garment....   [tags: Order, Products]

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Coca Col A Good Job With Its Marketing

- Ever since I was little Coca-Cola has been my favorite soft drink in the world. I drink other soda but when I get my hands on a coke, if it last longer than five minutes I would be amazed. Four years ago I was heartbroken when DeSales switched from Coke to Pepsi products just as was starting to attend the school. That heartbreak is exactly what a powerful brand can do to people and it sure worked on me. Coca-Cola has done such a good job with its marketing because it knows what is at the core of its business, the customers....   [tags: Coca-Cola, Soft drink, Golf, Caffeine]

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The ICU as an Effective Learning Environment

- Learning is the lifelong process of transforming information and experience into knowledge, skills, behaviors and attitudes. It may occur as part of education, personal development or training. According to Hinchliff (1999), there are many factors that can give and affect the quality of learning such as students, teachers and the environment. Meanwhile, learning environment itself is the physical or virtual setting in which learning takes place. Hannafin, Land & Oliver (1999) described learning environment as a typically constructivist in nature, engaging learners in “sense-making” or reasoning about extensive resource set, including four components which are enabling context, resources, a...   [tags: Nursing Reflective Practice]

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School Uniforms: Should Everyone Look Like Clones?

- ... Yet again, indicates that, “ Strict dress code polices and school uniforms can be a financal burden for families on top of other educational costs, such as books, additonal class fees, school supplies and in some cases, tuition.” The average school uniform can cost anywhere between forty-two dollars to one hundred thirty three dollars, just for one outfit. Now imagine, at least seven outfits for three children. The National Retail Federation estimates, “People will spend $14.5 billion on back-to-school clothing and shoes this year.” Private schools that require uniforms are just a little bit more expensive than public schools....   [tags: public school system]

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The Great Gatsby's Home in West Egg

- Homes can say many things about their owners and how they are in terms of their social position, life style, and their personality. There is Tom and Daisy Buchannan which live in East Egg and are new money and they have a very large house l. There is also Nick who lives in a very small house compared to the two houses on the left and right of his house and he lives in West Egg like Gatsby. Gatsby has a gargantuan house and unlike the Buchanan's, Gatsby has many parties for anyone to come. Everybody's own home describes their life style, social position and their personality....   [tags: F.Scott Fitzgerald novel analysis]

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The History and Events of the Olympics

- The Olympics is a series of different sports and events categorized into summer and winter sports. The first Olympic Games were in 1776 B.C. They were dedicated to the Olympian Gods. The specialists think that the Olympic Games owed their purity and importance to their religion. If you win the Olympic Games the Herald would loudly say the name of the Olympic winner, his father's name, and his homeland. The Hellanodikis places the holy olive tree wreath on the winner's head. The Olympic Games started in Ancient Greece....   [tags: athletes, competition, skiing ]

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The History of the Sport of Swimming

- ... Swimming in open water occasionally ends in drowning. Since the nineteenth century, swimmers have turned to a supervised area for a safer environment. When learning to swim in North America, younger kids are usually taught “freestyle” or the crawl, while breaststroke is taught in Europe and Asia (MLA 7th Edition). Competitive swimming got its start as early as 36 B.C., but North American swimming has its roots in the British National Swimming Association. In 1846 swimming championships started in Australia....   [tags: recreation, competitive, strokes]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- In 1925, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s well-known novel The Great Gatsby was published. Since its publishing, there have been three movie adaptations of the book. The most recent one was released on May 1, 2013 staring Tobey Maguire as Nick Carraway, and Leonardo “Still Hasn’t Won an Oscar” DiCaprio as Jay Gatsby. The Great Gatsby contains relationships between multiple characters from platonic and romantic relationships. What is being analyzed is how each main character’s relationships with one another pertain to the concepts associated with interpersonal relationship psychology....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- "There are all kinds of love in this world, but never the same love twice." (F. Scott Fitzgerald). The Great Gatsby was written by F.Scott Fitzgerald, April 10, 1925. It was set in 1912 to 1924. The Great Gatsby is about a mans tragedy and his American Dream to do better and be on top. It also showed view on the american dream and modernism when gatsby met Daisy and could not be with her because of the amount of money he had. F Scott Fitzgerald The Great Gatsby shows the parallels between Fitzgerald 's life and modernism.In the 1920s money was important and people made decisions based on it....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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The Quality And Style Of A Competitor

- Our competitors are many and are in a wide range of categories. We compete quality wise with Polo Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger. This is to say the quality and style of our clothes compete with those companies. From the convenience side of things we compete with Zappos and Wish. Zappos and Wish are online clothing companies, which is what makes them somewhat of a competitor. These companies are all competitors of us for one reason or another. We do not have a true competitor that is just like us and that’s why our company is unique and special....   [tags: Customer service, Customer, Telephone]

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Why School Uniforms Should Not Be Approved

- What if someone told you exactly what you had to do or wear without any leeway and you had no say in trying to change their mind about it, but they do not have to follow the same guidelines. Some school boards are forcing the students to wear uniforms to school every day, yet they do not care what the student body has to say about it even though they are the ones wearing the uniforms, not the school board committee. The school board should not approve the use of school uniforms for any grades because of the brands can cause bullying, it limits their individuality, and decreases their comfort....   [tags: Clothing, Trousers, Brand, Dress code]

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Case Study : Personnel And Human Resources

- Personnel and Human Resources In regards to staffing, I really want to build and mentor from within. If I were to get hit by a bus I want the livelihood of my team members unthreatened, I also want our members/customers to be taken care of. As of now, I am determined to train and mentor two individuals. I want both individuals to learn both the operations side of the business and the accounting/HR side as-well. As I stated in the beginning, I want my ops manager to be college educated, and experienced in project and business management....   [tags: Management, Risk, Risk management]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- In The Great Gatsby there is a common theme of love and money. In the story, there is a conflict of belief, of whether Daisy truly loved men or whether she was in love with the money. There is clear evidence in the, “Gatsby’s Mentors: Queer Relations Between Love and Money in The Great Gatsby,” that she was truly in love with money. However, in the Best Character Analysis: Daisy Buchman Character Analysis- The Great Gatsby, it seemed that she was sincerely in love with Gatsby. I do not believe she was truly in love with the men, because in the actual novel, it shows clearly that she is a follower of the money, rather than her heart....   [tags: Love, Marriage, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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Adopting School Uniforms for Putnam City

- Most schools you see usually don't have uniforms. In fact, You normally only see uniforms in charter, or private schools. The question is should uniforms be required in Putnam City Public Schools. Is it because they feel it's not necessary, or it's going to come in place next year and no one really knows about it but the Board of Education or the District. If uniforms came into place, it would be such a good investment for the students and teachers in the Putnam City District. Why. First, it would help out low income families....   [tags: low income families, dress code]

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Should Schools Enforce the Dress Code?

- No matter what state you live in virtually everywhere schools have a uniform or dress code policy. In the last few years the percentage of schools requiring a uniform has gone up almost ten percent, making the total of public and private schools with a uniform policy at about 23 percent. But the real question is how many schools really enforce it. What do students and parents think of it. At Joy Christian School the dress code in the last year has dramatically changed, getting more and more lenient as the years go by because of students refusing to follow it....   [tags: uniform, polic, students, parents, code]

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The High Misconduct Rate Among Adolescents

- The high misconduct rate among adolescents has aroused a wide social concern. Because delinquency behaviors are so common among adolescents, many people even believe that these behaviors are normal and will be eliminated with aging (Viljoen, Grey, and Barone in press, n.d.). However, Viljoen et al. (n.d.) argued that it was inappropriate to propose the delinquency behaviors as normal during the adolescence. If necessary control and intervention are absent, serious future crimes can be increased in the future....   [tags: United States, Sociology, Affirmative action]

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Why School Uniforms Should Be Banned

- Some schools around the United States require their students to wear uniforms to school. These schools have many different reasons and requirements for the students wearing uniforms. While there are many pros and cons to students wearing uniforms, people have many different opinions on school uniforms. Wearing school uniforms can help to keep students focused, help form unity in the school, and decrease bullying. While there are many pros to school uniforms, there are also a few cons to wearing them....   [tags: Clothing, Education, Dress code]

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Vygotsky 's Theory Of Social Development

- I grew up in a very loving household. Most of my teachers in elementary school were sweet and patient. They often encouraged me to try things independently but were there to help similar to Vygotsky’s theory of social development. I have an older brother and when we were growing up I wanted to do everything he did. He is two and a half years older than me and was not interested in showing his little sister how to do an ollie on a skateboard or how to jump off a curb on a scooter. So the result of not having my brother, who would be the more knowledgeable other in this scenario, to teach me the steps in learning how to use a skate board I never really learned how to do these tasks and ended...   [tags: Jean Piaget, Developmental psychology]

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Fixing The Ordering And Pickup Problem

- Fixing the Ordering and Pickup Problem Introduction As you know, the problem that we are facing at lunch is that customers do not know where to order or pickup their food. They are getting frustrated with the long wait times and people cutting in line. New customers do not know where to pickup their food; therefore, the kitchen gets backed up reheating it. All of these problems are creating chaos and tension within the restaurant, and it is causing us to lose customers, money, and a chance at a positive reputation....   [tags: Employment, Problem solving, Minimum wage]

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The Importance of My Family

- Today I am going to write about how my family supports me and why this is so important for me. I chose this topic because for me is really important one child to have a good relationship with their parents and siblings. I think that the parents should be the closest people on this world because they give us life and raise us. Their biggest influence is when they support me and no matter what they are always open to talk with me, to discuss things with me and believe in my dreams. The ways that they support me are: When they listen to me and trying to understand my view point, they are always open to discuss things with me and give me their opinion but never force me to do something, they bel...   [tags: Essays About Family]

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School Uniforms Should Be Enforced

- School Uniforms School uniforms should be enforced. The school uniform statistics for the Department of Education states that 23% of schools in the country have already enforced uniforms (School Uniform Statistics). School uniforms cause a debate every day on whether they should be forced in schools around the country or not. Schools around the U.S. have already started enforcing uniforms. Uniforms bring a lot of benefits to the communities around the schools that are effected by the uniforms. The benefits uniforms bring are that the students have a better educational environment....   [tags: Education, Dress code, School uniform, Shirt]

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School Uniforms Should Be Mandatory

- School Uniforms Should Be Mandatory in Schools For many decades school systems have wondered about school uniforms and whether they are beneficial to the students or not. The typical school uniform is seen, most commonly, in private schools; however, some public school systems have switched to school uniforms. Why should all schools, public and private, switch to a uniform. School uniforms are beneficial to the student because they limit clothing distractions, promote an organized structure, decrease the necessity to buy excessive amounts of street clothes, and will eliminate the controversy of having a school dress code....   [tags: Dress code, School uniform, Education]

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School Uniforms And Public Schools

- he issue with school uniforms in public schools has made a big discussion here in the past couple of years with the board of education after getting complaints from students parents. Some of the parents agree that schools having a uniform dress code is most likely to reduce any kind of negative sayings or maybe even reduce teasing others about what they have that others don’t have. Parents also claim that it would make it a better environment not only for the school but for the students as well as a better learning environment for them to get a good education that every student should get a chance to get....   [tags: Dress code, Education, School uniform, Shirt]

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