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    The Door

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    The Door stage 1 preparations In the short story “ The Door “ by author E.B. White, he relates one of the experiments that he conducted to one of his own personal experiences. This was done in a controlled environment, the purpose of this task was to create an alternate reality. An alternate reality is to simulate a substitution of what may be considered reality itself. To achieve this alternate reality this experiment must require an enclosure, in other words a rectangular prism where the walls

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    The Doors

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    Poet William Blake once said "If The Doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite" (Gilmore 34). From this quote arose a band that even over 20 years after its disbanding still is played and remembered. The Doors started as a little garage band in California back in the early sixties. They were extremely popular due to their lead singer, Jim Morrison. Morrison himself was a real character. Morrison is considered by many critics a modern day poet. Others view

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    The Doors Biography

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    The Doors Biography From their beginnings during the summer of 1965 at Venice Beach, California, The Doors were a band of creative energy, with most of the focus on Jim Morrison. His looks and talents clearly tell why. Jim was well aware that the magic of The Doors could never have happened without the fortunate talents of John Densmore, Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek and Jim Morrison. Robby Krieger, for example, wrote lyrics and music that sounded a lot like Morrison's work, such songs as "Light

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    The Music of The Doors

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    The Music of The Doors The Doors’ first album, The Doors, takes the listener on a journey through the doors of perception and invites the listener to experience through music, what Jim Morrison was fascinated with throughout his brief but dramatic career.. Having never analyzed the music of the Doors before, I am extremely glad that I did. There is a wealth of information that lies through Jim Morrison’s poetry that most people seem to miss. The music contained in this album is nothing short

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    Sliding Doors

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    lighting, clothing choice, and setting all help further this contrast. Though the film represents a relatively short period in Helen’s life, many life-changing events occur during this time. Howitt punctuates these major events with the image of sliding doors, thereby driving home the film’s central theme of chance, possibility, and change. Our allegiance with Helen is inevitable, because we follow her story and are made to understand her motivations and agree with them; therefore, it is the allegiance

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    Opening the Doors of Perception

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    Opening the Doors of Perception In August of 1965, Jim Morrison met his friend Ray on the beach in Los Angeles and sang him a few lines of a song he had just written. Ray played keyboard for a band at the time and had known Jim since they both went to UCLA, but he didnt know that Jim could write songs or sing. In a few weeks, Jim had taken the lead vocal position in Ray's band, Rick and the Ravens, and the group had produced a demo recording with Aura Records. In the next sixteen months, Jim

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    Waiting for The Sun by the Doors

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    I am going to analyze the images of inferno and paradiso found in the songs and in the career of the musical band, the Doors. Their songs take audiences into the deep depths of darkness and in doing so reveal the dichotomy between paradise and hell. The Doors had their moments of seemingly endless paradise, but yet several instances of inferno. Additionally, their music derived from the conditions they were seeing and feeling under the scattered sun of the 1960’s. Moreover, the scattered sun can

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    The Door by E.B. White

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    The Door by E.B. White (1) As humans search for meaning and purpose in their lives, the constant changes of everyday life that they encounter can be overwhelming and frustrating. E. B. White gives us an example of this in his story "The Door." The theme of this story is that too much awareness and analysis of life’s frustrations can drive human kind insane and render them powerless. (2) The protagonist of this story is sucked in by his need to understand the frustrations of life

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    Music Analysis: The Doors

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    gives musical performs a natural acoustic sound due to the very nature of the location. Only the most well known performs would play there. Back in July 5, 1968 the psychedelic rock group, The Doors, were able to perform at the Hollywood Bowl. It was a very important performance for the members of The Doors being that they were Los Angeles locals. The show has gone down in history everything from the band's ability

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    The Boy Next Door

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    The boy next door The authors of the book are: Josie Lloyd & Emlyn Rees  Title The title of this book is: The boy next door. The authors choose this title for the novel, because Fred was "the boy next door" for Mickey. They spent a lot of their childhood together, because they were neighbours.  Pages The book has 293 pages.  Year The novel was first published in 2001.  Setting The story takes place in the 1980s and also fifteen years later (about 1995). The story takes place

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