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    Achilles Doom

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    of the gods that he brings doom upon himself. It is known by himself, and by the gods, that he is to live a short, but glorious life, however it is not known how or when his life will come to an end. Achilles himself, wishes to live one of longevity without great glory, and therefore tries to escape his lot in life. Is it just for him to give his life for war, or should he live a life to satisfy himself? Throughout the “Iliad”, Achilles’ actions bring his eventual doom closer to reality than perhaps

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    From that point, his father raised and schooled him, recognizing his son’s intellect. By the time he was 14, Reed was already taking college level courses and had attended four universities earning various degrees before leaving his teens. Victor von Doom, unlike Richards, had a tragic childhood. Was born in Latveria, a small European country thaat grew out of Hungary. Victor barely knew his mother, Cynthia, a witch who had invoked the demon Mephisto for power, which raged out of control before she

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    Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom As I sat and watched “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom,” the version of the “Orient” we get in this film is quite clear. Played and acted out by Harrison Ford, he was the all-knowing, adventurous, witty, “save the day” kind of guy, who just happens to be a professor and archaeologist as well. He knew throughout every scene, how to handle a particular situation even though parts of this country were foreign to him. What makes this “Orient” stand out even

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    The Climax of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Steven Spielberg directed "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" in 1984. It is an action/adventure movie and is set in the year 1935. The main character that plays a big part in the movie is Indiana Jones (played by Harrison Ford) who is an archaeologist with a difference. Indiana's sidekicks through out the film are Willie Scott (played by Kate Capshaw) who is a glamorous dancer in a nightclub and Short Round (played by Ke Huy Quan)

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    a Postman that has gone crazy, and the object is to kill anything that moves, including parishioners leaving church or the high school band. At one point in the game the postman replies, "Only my gun understands me." Another violent video game is Doom. This Playstation and P.C. game starts out with the main character being a gun loaded superhero, who's objective is to kill everything. As he kills each alien that is coming after him, pools of blood spat everywhere. This game is very graphic and

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    Video Game Propaganda

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    Video Game Propaganda Propaganda is hidden in our literature, spews from our radios, and is even inside our televisions. Propaganda, information or material spread to advance a cause or to damage an opponent's cause in such a way as to hide negative aspects, surrounds us all in every aspect of our lives. It is unavoidable and now it is gaining ground in yet another technology. Throughout the years technology has always been used to wield propaganda. Even canvas paintings have had their hand

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    Michael Wigglesworth's Wrathful Poetry

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    his rejection in the pulpit. Samuel Sewall commenting on his death mentioned two things: the fact that he wrote "The Day of Doom" and that he was "very useful as a physician." The fact that Sewall did not comment about Wigglesworth being a preacher helps verifies that he was not well known for his preaching. Wigglesworth wrote a lot of poetry, but his piece "The Day of Doom" was by far his most famous work The poem sold 1800 copies in its first year of publication, and sold many copies after the

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    macbeth: symbolism

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    ability to overcome or control this flaw, however, if he can not control this flaw he reaches a point of doom. A point in the story where he has no choice but to continue downward through the spire of entropy. This leads to the tragedy. His or her end. The flaw is usually a master passion. This passion controls the hero’s thoughts and actions, and, if unable to control this passion it will lead to his doom. In Shakespeares “Macbeth”, Macbeth is an anti hero. He is very ambitious and courageous. However

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    Madame Bovary

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    died. Emma Rouault, his second wife, after many affairs commits suicide. The doom of Charles and Emma's marriage is described by an elaborate connection of symbolic relations. The relationships of the shutter's sealing bang, Emma's long dress that keeps her from happiness, the plaster priest that conveys the actions of the couple, the restless greyhound, and Emma burning her wedding bouquet are all images of eternal doom to the couple's marriage. Charles Bovary first met Emma Rouault when he

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    Violence In Video Games

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    the top of your vision. You smile to yourself and pick up his chain-gun, ready now for anything. This is the type of rush most gamers get playing an online multiplayer first-person shooter such as Quake III, Unreal Tournament, Half-Life, or classic DOOM. But can these games be destructive to mental health? Can they actually desensitize people to the point where they cannot tell the difference between reality and virtual reality? The evidence will be presented for it, the evidence against it, and then

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