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    Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman criticizes the American Dream and the means some (i.e. Willy Loman) use to achieve the Dream through many different symbol and motifs; however, the title Miller selected for his play is an overlooked aspect of his criticism towards the Dream. He uses the title to build layers of understanding for his denunciation of the American Dream. On the base level, the title represents exactly what it sounds like—the death of a Willy, a salesman. Peculiarly, Miller never

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    The American Dream Today

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    What is the American Dream, and who are the people most likely to pursue its often elusive fulfillment? Indeed, the American Dream has come to represent the attainment of myriad of goals that are specific to each individual. While one person might consider a purchased home with a white picket fence her version of the American Dream, another might regard it as the financial ability to operate his own business. Clearly, there is no cut and dried definition of the American Dream as long as any two people

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    discussed in the article by Schredl, Bohusch, Kahl, Mader, & Somesan (2000) and the text (Ullman, p. 239, 2006) a limitation is the lack of empirical studies and an overall theoretical formulation of the human psyche. In my future, and I intend to use dreamwork as a technique, it will be important for me to continue working on my personal dreams. In the article by Schredle, et al. (p. 1, 2000) they reported “significant relationship was found between the frequency of the therapists' working on their own

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    Steven Spielberg is a film producer, screenwriter and co-founder of Dreamworks, but is most recognized as one the greatest directors of all time. War of The Worlds, Indiana Jones, Saving Private Ryan, E.T, Jurassic Park, Jaws, Schindler's List and, soon enough, Ready Player One are some blockbuster films that Spielberg has directed himself. Spielbergs’ directed films have made over 9 billion dollars worldwide, making him the highest-grossing director in history. His work is so well known and influential

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    Magazine." Slate Magazine. Slate Group, 7 July 2007. Web. 17 Sept. 2013 "Transformers: The Best Special Effects Ever?" Popular Mechanics. Hearst Communication, 3 July 2007. Web. 17 Sept. 2013. Transformers. Dir. Michael Bay. DreamWorks SKG., Paramount Pictures., Hasbro, 2007. DreamWorks Home Entertainment, 2007. DVD.

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    for Angela. But in the end, he realizes he has to use these things to enjoy and appreciate the time that he was given in this beautiful creation. Works Cited American Beauty. Dir. Alan Ball. Perf. Kevin Spacey, Annette bening, and Thora Birch. DreamWorks SKG and Jinks/Cohen Company, 1999. DVD. Augustine, F.J. Sheed, and Michael P. Foley. Confessions. Indianapolis: Hackett Pub., 2006. Print.

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    As one of the most successful play actors in drama history, Anthony Hopkins has starred in many famous movies. The most notable include Hannibal, Red Dragon, and The Silence of the Lambs. Throughout his career, Hopkins has won an Oscar and three BAFTA awards and has been nominated and won numerous others. I chose Anthony Hopkins for my report because my parents really enjoyed watching his movies and recommended him for this project. Some of Hopkins’ greatest performances are also some of the most

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    Everyone is familiar with the name Tom Cruise. Emerging in the 1980s as one of Hollywood’s most popular leading men, he’s known for his good looks and versatility. He’s been featured in over 40 films during his lifetime. Whatever comes to mind when hearing Cruise’s name, there is no doubt that he is a renowned Hollywood actor and producer, widely recognized across the world as one of the biggest movie stars. Cruise has been living the American dream. He’s achieved this through his difficult childhood

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    Why Do Dreams Come True

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    Do Dreams Come True? Erika Halaby English 232 Ms. Torres 30 May 2014 Erika Halaby English 232 Ms. Torres 30 May 2014 Do Dreams Come True? No matter whom they are every person in this world is going to be told that anything is possible. But just because something is possible that doesn’t mean it will happen. In this day and age, America is looked at as a land of opportunity. It is a place where you can turn a small idea into something real. In America, the sky is the limit when it comes

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    It was a breezy and cloudy June morning as I made my way through Door County traffic. My best memory was driving up here was when I was about 10 head dangling out the window as the wind blew in my face. As I drove through the small towns I saw the rustic houses, cute cafes, and pedestrians enjoying their day. I drove a little farther and suddenly saw the great and sparkling blue Lake Michigan and the ferry dock where I would soon be boarding. This would be my 100th time on this boat going to Washington

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