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  • Clown

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    Clown a performer, usually in a                          circus, who plays the fool,                          performs practical jokes, and                          does

  • The Clown

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    All people know a circus clown when they see one. Jim the clown was not your typical circus clown, with gigantic fire engine red shoes on his tiny feet. He was very different in various ways. His ears where so colossal, that they hung off the side of his head, like ears on an ancient elephant born deep in a lush tropical subterranean rain forest of South East Africa. Standing about nine feet in the air, swaying from side to side, like a redwood timber tree in the cold snow drifts Alps of Washington

  • Clowns and Cubicles

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    Clowns and Cubicles      (A look at workplace stereotypes through their appearance in comic strips)            Stereotypes can be found in just about every aspect of society. A person engaging in any type of social interaction is either consciously or unconsciously engaging or affected by the many ways we stereotype people. Stereotypes while usually given a negative connotation seem to be an inherent part of human nature

  • Tears of a Clown

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    Tears of a Clown I sat on my seat next to the cage of my t-rex while helpers were applying my clown makeup. I was almost ready. I got into my clown clothes. Tim the T-rex was saddled and feisty. “Xavier, it’s time for you to get out there!” Someone said as the speaker in the tent began to announce me. “Now introducing, Xavier the clown on his t-rex, Tim!” I urged Tim to walk briskly out of the performers tent. I cued him to bow down. I ran around the ring just like I practiced in

  • The Purpose of the Clown in Othello

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    might hardly remember the Clown, who appears only twice in the overall play. Keeping the focus on the Clown, in this essay, I would like to answer the question - “by the use of the Clown, how Othello conforms to, or deviates from, Shakespearean tragedy’s convention, and for what purpose?” One might regard the use of comedic element, the Clown, as a deviation from the convention of the genre, Shakespearean tragedy. According to a study, however, Shakespeare’s use of the Clown can be defined as the use

  • Killer Clown Essay

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    Killer Clowns In 2016, there were numerous arrests throughout the U.S. in response to the horrifying clowns who caused a frenzy as they terrified people by chasing them or confronting them in parking lots. However, killer clowns were not exclusive to the U.S., in fact, nightmarish clowns were being seen in countries all over the world: These countries included The United Kingdom, Switzerland, Ireland, Germany, Finland and Canada. From My Perspective Okay, if the truth be told, I had no problem with

  • Observation Essay – The Clown

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    Observation Essay – The Clown He’s a young man, the clown, with white socks striped in black, and black suspenders over a white T-shirt. White face, red nose. His MO is to follow people and imitate their motion without their noticing, to the glee of the sizeable, ever-changing audience. We’re sitting here on the steps of the Museum, hot and sweaty, watching the show. The clown can follow anyone: a slinky woman wearing pink ruffles, a kid with a mountain bike, a muscle-shirted dude talking

  • The Clown Doll: An Urban Legend

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    The Clown Doll: An Urban Legend When my friends and I were younger, we loved to tell each other scary stories late at night at sleepovers. This memory resurfaced this past February as three friends and I exchanged tales late one night while on a trip in New Jersey. All of the stories were entertaining, but this purportedly “true” urban legend remained in my mind long after the other accounts. “The Clown Doll” was told by a twenty-year old, Christian female University biology major. She was

  • Cloony the Clown Poem Analysis

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    certain amount of money, the list goes on and on. The poem Cloony the Clown shows that in most cases, these desires cause more harm than good. Shel Silverstein uses significant repetition, visual imagery, and situational irony to express the fact that people shouldn’t depend on certain factors to be happy. Repeated phrases in the poem help prove that people can’t be dependent on certain things to be happy. In this case, Cloony the clown depends on being funny in order to be happy. The poem repeats “He

  • Analysis: Feast Of The Clowns, Burgers Park

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    An ethnographic study into the symbolism of the clown as a existence who enables anybody who adopts his persona to attain various layers of power and knowledge within sociopolitical context through implementing an anarchist tradition and attaining social justice. ‘Feast of the Clowns, Burgers Park’ the quite ominous pamphlet read as I was approaching a seemingly empty patch of green and I couldn’t help but retrieve sinister images of gluttonous clowns. Before I could enter the barricaded plot of public

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