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    readers see that the characters are in control of their destiny. When Julius Caesar and the whole town is gathered and the soothsayer says: "beware the Ides of March Caesar" (1.2 28-29) Caesar knows now that he should be cautious about what the man is saying, but he makes the wrong decision and chooses to ignore the man. On the Ides of March he is murdered. He was in control of his destiny and he ignored a sign and he paid for it. If he would have thought things out and took into the fact that he is

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    I coughed for the fourth time during my trip with the Mad Hatter. "That cough sounds terrible," he commented. "I know," I sighed. "You could say I'm sick, but I feel fine." He laughed, "Are you fine if you're sick?" "Well… no," I frowned. "Then, which are you?" Hatter wondered. "If I am to choose one, then I don't know which to choose," I admitted. "Hm.... Since we're on the topic of you, I must ask, Miss Alice, what do you want with Alice?" I answered, "I'm helping him find the White Rabbit

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    Existential

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    Non-existential writing and filmmaking feature a world in which justice and morality are real and working. Characters in non-existential works tend to receive consequences for their actions both internally and externally. Woody Allen’s Crimes and Misdemeanors, however, presents us with a different universe. The existential narrative features characters who do not consistently experience consequences. In other words, bad things tend to happen to bad people and good things tend to happen to good

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    Citizen Kane

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    Citizen Kane Citizen Kane is often called the greatest film ever made. Its use of film techniques often taken for granted nowadays were completely new and had not been done before. Simple things like ceilings on the sets and realistic scenes such as the newsreel, which would not stand out in a modern film, were combined to make a film full of innovative techniques. The director, Orson Welles, developed the use of deep focus to make the flat cinema screen almost become three dimensional,

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    The Communist Party's Successful Gain of China In the early 20th century China was facing historical difficulties leading to a big change. The poor peasants in China did not own their own land and had to pay heavy rents and taxes to the landlords. Desperately poor and illiterate, they were vulnerable to disease, draught, food and famine. This is a very important reason why the Communist came into power. The Nationalists controlled South China in the year of 1928 after the Northern

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    In Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, young Alice finds herself in a world that she does not really understand. Dazed and confused, Alice must rely heavily on her wits in order to overcome the most absurd of tasks. Because there are many different ways to read this book, many people will have you believe that there is a hidden meaning within the text of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Often times these “hidden meanings” involve some sort of conspiracy regarding the politics or social

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    The Debate Over Euthanasia

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    hundreds of years. Euthanasia, which is Greek for "good death", refers to the act of ending another person’s life in order to end their suffering and pain.1 Two forms, passive and active euthanasia, categorize the actions taken to end the person’s life. Passive euthanasia involves removing a patient’s life support, withholding food and water, and discontinuing medical treatments. Active euthanasia includes any direct action taken to cause the death of the person, such as administrating a lethal drug

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    mother Bessie Denker (March, 1954). However, Christine blames herself for the killings Rhoda has committed (March, 1954). The memory Christine holds of being found in a strange place at two years old and dreams of a bedroom in a farm house while being yelled for by her mother however, in fear of her (March, 1954). This memory also explains her behavior on wishing her father would of left her at that house to die because then she would of never had her daughter Rhoda (March, 1954). Christine’s concern

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    Physician Assisted Suicide: An Ethical Dilemma

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    Ethical decisions are being made by terminally ill patients as they face death. Some are choosing to end life through PAS, physician-assisted suicide. Dr. Jack Kevorkian has been helping patients end life through his machines. The public opinion is the use of this machine is considered murder, but some have changed their thinking and created laws to make it legal for a physician to help a terminally ill patient die. Physician assisted suicide is a dignified way to end life. Dr. Kevorkian, a pathologist

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    Legalizing Physician Assisted Suicide

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    suicide. People seeking assisted suicide often experience slanted judgments and are generally not mentally healthy. Legalization of this practice would enable people to fall victim to coercion by friends and family to commit suicide. Also, asking for death is unfair to a doctor’s personal dogma. Some argue that society should honor the freedom of one’s choice to take his own life with the assistance of a physician; however, given the reasoning provided, it is in society’s best interest that physician

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