Creator Essays

  • The Creator of Suspense

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    The Creator of Suspense Alfred Hitchcock is one of the most well known directors of all time bringing murder and mystery to a new light. His films, starting in 1925 with "The Pleasure Garden" and ending in 1976 with the film "Family Plot", set a precedent for all other directors in the film industry. Many story lines and techniques within the cinematography of Hitchcock are common standards for films of today. However, Hitchcock did not start out as a brilliant director, but instead started

  • Odysseus The Creator in The Odyssey

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    In every story there is a hero who at first seems useless and plays the role of the "victim" but he finds the way to become the "creator" and play that role really well. Odysseus plays the role of the creator very well in the odyssey. By creating instantaneous lies when encounters with people that question him or he gets in trouble. Odysseus is a creator in the Odyssey by getting his men out of rough situation and as his journey back to Ithaca become more challenging he find the courage and inner

  • The World Church of the Creator

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    The World Church of the Creator Free speech comes in many forms, some offensive and some non-offensive. One of the more offensive sites on the Internet is the homepage for the World Church of the Creator. This site supports an extreme white supremacist point of view whose followers, from my interpretation of the site, believe that all races, except for the white race, are inferior. The site is also extremely anti-Semitic. In short, according to the site, if someone is not white and Christian

  • The Author as Creator in Frankenstein

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    The Author as Creator in Frankenstein Mary Shelley's Frankenstein can be read as an allegory for the creative act of authorship. Victor Frankenstein, the 'modern Prometheus' seeks to attain the knowledge of the Gods, to enter the sphere of the creator rather than the created. Like the Author, too, he apes the ultimate creative act; he transgresses in trying to move into the feminine arena of childbirth. Myths of divine creation are themselves part of the historical process that seeks

  • The Imperfect Creator in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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    Imperfect Creator in Frankenstein Often the actions of children are reflective of the attitudes of those who raised them. In the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelly, Dr. Victor Frankenstein is the sole being that can take responsibility for the creature that he has created, as he is the only one that had any part in bringing it into being. While the actions of the creation are the ones that are the illegal and deadly their roots are traced back to the flaws of Frankenstein as a creator. Many

  • The Mindsets of Victims and Creators

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    least two major mindsets. He refers to them as Victims and Creators. What are the definitions of these types of mindsets? A Victim is someone who feels that they cannot influence their own outcomes in life and let things happen without trying to shape the result. A Creator is someone who consistently make choices that result in the outcome that they want. David Mirman has written an article that provides this clear example of Victim and Creator mindsets using the example of two college students searching

  • Ritalin - The Wonder Drug Or The Monster Creator?

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    `Why didn't the ADHD boy introduce his girlfriend to any of his friends? A) He can't remember her name; or better yet, How would they diagnose ADD in a chicken? A) It never gets all the way across the road because of all the distractions. You could say growing up was hard; everyday I had to endure cruel teeny bopping teenagers who didn’t understand my condition. What really made it hard was that I didn’t even understand my condition. Seven years ago I was diagnosed with ADHD or Attention Deficit/

  • Creators and Parasites in Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead

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    Creators and Parasites in The Fountainhead "The creators concern is the conquest of nature.  The parasites concern is the conquest of men," Howard Roark states in his dramatic courtroom speech defending himself after the Cortlandt Homes incident.  This quote sums up the two categories of people in rather graphic form.  The creator, or non-conformist, being glorified in his attempt to better the very earth itself, independent of the constraints of humanity.  The parasite, or conformist, being reduced

  • Victims versus Creators

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    think like a victim or a creator,” “what the first student had said – “it wasn’t my fault, it was the bookstore’s fault” – was, indeed, true. However, it was not helpful to her cause. At the end of the day, she did not achieve her goal (obtaining the book).” (David Marman) This person pertains to a victim because she gave a false statement that cannot achieve her goal. Being a creator can be tough also but enables you to change the direction in which your life is headed. A creator asks questions pertaining

  • Essay: 20 Am Creator Mindset

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    Elizabeth Diaz English 1A, 10:20 am Creator Mindset Essay There are two types of people; those who are positive and actively improve their life, and then those who only make excuses about how their life is not where they want it to be. The first group of people is what we call creators: they do not blame others or destiny for their mistakes they take full responsibility for their actions. The second group of people is what we call victims and according to the text book titled On course, “A victim

  • The Influence of Grace Jones, Tyler the Creator, and Erykah badu on my Teenage Self

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    Everyone has a memoir to discuss with out maybe without the state of others.Many people had differences between one another, physically or mentally , unique you can consider. According to me, I would say the differences bounded by me furthermore most teenage girls,I would utter that I’m one in a million that knew staying true to yourself no matter what people thought of you all together hated you for. Through out my school years I would acknowledge my greatest experience and accomplishment was

  • Portrayal of the Characters in Frankenstein

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    questions about the world, and started a fascination that humans could create anything that they wanted to. In her novel, Victor is one of these people, and wants to be the supreme creator or scientist, and therefore take over the role of God. To do this, he creates a being, thinking that 'a new species would bless me as its creator and source ...No father could claim the gratitude of his child so completely as I should deserve theirs.' (pages 52-53). Victor then abandons this creature which he has made

  • Epic of Beowulf

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    claimed, “…he had dwelt for a time in misery among the banished monsters, Cain’s clan, whom the Creator had outlawed and condemned as outcasts.” References to hell, Cain, and “the Creator”, make it evident that Christian elements were present in the story. More importantly, the reference to “the Creator” shows that monotheistic theory was incorporated into the text. Grendel’s relationship to this “Creator” is further elaborated on, in which case the author refers to the latter as “Eternal Lord”, “Almighty”

  • good versus evil

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    over all of His creations, it is impossible to imagine our Creator desiring our willing choice for suffering. God’s divine plan for man starts and ends upon love. God provides overflowing and unconditional love so we can grasp the extent of His love for the purpose of developing our own love of self. The evolvement of our personal faith instills in us the divine sense of worth and desire, we some how come to “know” originates from our Creator. Ivan has neither grasped nor developed this love, let alone

  • How Ethical Are The Gods In The Iliad?

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    precondition of being human then it should be universal regardless of the elapsing centuries and societies, especially if a belief in an ultimate creator is entertained. Indeed, if we believe that this creator is eternal and that he/she bestows our souls, then the idea of eternal souls immediately becomes more viable as they are made of the essence of this creator. By soul I mean the spiritual awareness, the essence of an individual. Indeed the idea of karma-a Sanskrit term meaning action in terms of cause

  • As Human As It Gets: Frankenstein By Mary Shelley

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    astonishing achievement of Mary Shelley’s novel is that the monster is more human than his creator. This nameless being…is more lovable than his creator and more hateful, more to be pitied and more to be feared…” When one hears the word “monster” they think of someone who is evil and fearful, with no human like qualities at all. So how is it that Bloom can say that the monster is more human than his creator? The monsters lovable side shows during

  • Frankensteins Innocence

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    The Defense of Frankenstein’s Creature Victor Frankenstein, a character in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, decided that he wanted to bring life into this world; a life that would eventually go on to killing the creator himself. The Creature can be seen as either innocent or guilty. The popular opinion of the Creature seems to be that he is guilty considering how he has burned down a house, set up Justine for murder and murdered three others. However, after taking a close look at the text, it can be

  • Augustines "confessions"

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    “nothing that exists could exist without you [God]” (1.2). God is the creator and source of all things. Again “ . . . when He made the world He did not go away and leave it. By Him it was created and in Him exists” (4.12). Nothing in this world exists apart from God. Also, God is in control of everything in this world. “Everything takes its place according to your law” (1.7). Augustine clearly sets forth that God is the creator and source of everything. Not only is He the source, but he is the reason

  • Creation Mythology of Africa

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    creation, there is always one major creator. However, in some stories such as that of the Boshongo, the creator had helpers whereas in the Shilluk tale, Juok worked alone. In the Boshongo myth, Bumba creates nine animals and mankind. Then these animals and Bumba's three sons worked together creating everything else. In the Shilluk tale, obviously everything is related somehow because everything shares the same creator. Even in other stories where the creator has helpers, however, all of these

  • Loneliness and Isolation in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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    story of Adam and the first sin to help her character, the Creature, associate with Adam. The Creature is able to relate because "[l]ike Adam, [he is] apparently united by no link to any other being in existence" (Shelley 124). In other ways the creator of the creature, Victor Frankenstein, also identifies with the tale of the first human, but with a different character, God. "God created man in his own image" (Teen Study Bible, Gen. 1.27) and unlike Frankenstein "God saw all that he had made, and