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    The Dumb Waiter

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    The Dumb Waiter The Dumb Waiter by Harold Pinter is a play that was influenced by Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot. Pinter’s work is about two men, Ben and Gus, who seem to work together although no one really knows what they do. The play starts out with Gus trying to fill the void space that is evident by his actions. Ben is reading the newspaper and does not seem to notice the silence of the scene, but Gus is trying to find something to fill this silence. The setting is that of a basement room

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    In The Dumb Waiter, Harold Pinter uses dialogues to present the characters’ perspective. The play takes place in a fixed setting, the dark basement room, where the only thing to focus on is the dialogues between Gus and Ben and not on the surroundings much. Although there is always a silence between those meaningless dialogues, the dialogues gives the reader hints about how the society works in Gus and Ben’s world, that authority and social class are a significant part of their world. The dialogues

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    "The Endgame", (online) http://samuel-beckett.net Pinter, Harold. "The Dumb Waiter", The Caretaker and The Dumb Waiter, Grove Press, Inc., New York, 1965 Lawrence, D.H. "The Horse Dealer's Daughter", (online) "Samuel Beckett", (online) http://www.imagi-nation.com/moonstruck/clsc7.htm "Harold Pinter", (online) http://www.imagi-nation.com/moonstruck/clsc28.html Cliff Notes. "Harold Pinter - The Dumb Waiter"(online) Prentice Hall, (online) http://wps.prenhall.com/hss_guth_disclit_3/0

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    Cencorship

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    books and your ideas you controlled and suppressed. You conform because you don’t think and that is why the biggest themes in the book are censorship and conformity because when the two things censorship and suppression are combined you are scared, dumb and have no sources to change other than pure hearts and a bunch of Montags and Clarisse’s and Faber’s. In conclusion your own decisions is what leads to downfall of this and the next society because you are the leaders of this one and will create

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    The Dumbest Generation

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    seen as lazy and dumb than as unable to meet expectations. It... ... middle of paper ... ...s they make up for in their own ways, Intelligence is not based off of knowledge, but how you apply that knowledge and Generation Y just has a different way of doing so. This generation uses their knowledge and skills to skip a step. They understand that time is ticking away, and they do not have the time to waist memorizing information that is useless to them. Unless the definition of dumb has changed dramatically

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    The Dumb Farm

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    The Dumb Farm We have all encountered someone dumb in our lives, and most likely, it has been more than one person. Everyday I meet someone who is completely oblivious to what is happening, or someone who speaks out loud before they think about what they are going to say. Yes, at times we all have our dumb moments, but some people live life being dumb. For example, students that raise their hands every five minutes and make obnoxious comments or ask questions that have just been answered. The people

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    single bit of information that we humans have archived during centuries is available to any kid with a smartphone. Certainly, as the video Smartphone Dumb People Animation (2016) provided by Nata Riawan in his YouTube channel shows, there has been a lot of debate on whether smartphones are making us smarter or dumber. Moreover, the Smartphone Dumb People Animation video can be analyzed based on its audience, purpose, structure, and language. The video’s targeted audiences are teenagers and adults

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    There are many forms of expression inside of everybody; however the most common form is laughter. The sound of laughter can be heard all around the worlds every second, it helps us relieve stress and makes us feel better about ourselves. Comedy movies play such an important role in helping us laugh. There are many forms of movies out there today. In spite of the recent incline in action and horror movies today, comedy movies has always been my number one choice because it gives people an opportunity

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    Simpleton Kindness

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    of selfless kindness, or in the case of Lloyd and Harry from Dumb and Dumber, when people who are motivated by attraction, desperation and kindness, go to extremes, more often then not something good happens in the end. Hollywood has a long standing tradition of lauding the bumbling hero who, though misguided, saves the day with little more than a kind heart and a strong will. Two examples of goodness conquering all are Tommy Boy and Dumb and Dumber. Both movies are highly comical, and play to the

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    James Eugene Carrey

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    actor, Jim Carrey, has exploded onto the movie scene in the past five years. His "comedic unpredictability" has become his trademark in Hollywood (Hughes 28). The roles he played in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, The Mask, and Dumb and Dumber have brought back the "dumb roots" back to comedy (Trakin 56). His combination of physical grace and facial contortions can make just about anyone laugh. Even as a child in Newmarket, a suburb of Toronto, Carrey put on his own comedy shows for family

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