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    Happened." History Banter, 02 June 2013. Web. 17 Apr. 2014. Francis, Terri. "Looking Sharp." Transition 112 (2013): 32-45. Print. Hornaday, Ann. “Slavery through Tarantino’s lens.” The Washington Post 27 Dec. 2012. EBSCO. Web. 9 April. 2014. Roth, Eli. Interview by Naomi Pfefferman. JewishJournal.com. 2009. Web. 25. Mar. 2014. Smail, Christopher. "Blood, Slavery and Folk Tales in Tarantino's Django Unchained." New Lin ear Perspectives Web 28 April. 2014

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    Quentin Tarantino's Inglorious Bastards

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    Quentin Tarantino’s 2009 film Inglourious Bastards entails a Jewish revenge fantasy that is told through a counterfactual history of events in World War II. However, this story follows a completely different plot than what we are currently familiar with. Within these circumstances, audiences now question the very ideas and arguments that are often associated with World War II. We believe that Inglourious Basterds is a Jewish revenge fantasy that forces us to rethink our previous understandings by

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    Analysis Of 1 Samuel 1:28

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    The passage I selected, 1 Samuel 1:28, tells the story of the birth of Samuel and begins with a story about Samuel’s mother, Hannah, who prays for a child during the family’s annual pilgrimage to worship at Shiloh. Eli, the priest at Shiloh, hears her prayer and tells Hannah that her prayer will be answered. Hannah promises the Lord that if she is granted a child, she will return him to the Lord and his life will be dedicated to the Lord’s work. The birth of Samuel was the first

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    The Spanish Inquisition

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    The Spanish Inquisition Works Cited Missing The Spanish Inquisition is known for the terror it caused the inhabitants of the Iberian peninsula. Although the Inquisition originally began to purify the nation from heretics, it came to have more materialistic, racial, and political motives, instead of just purification. The beginning of the Inquisition is generally credited to the reign of Ferdinand V and Isabella. In truth, it began before that time, and carried on long after Ferdinand and

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    Ozzie Freedman Portrayed as a Hero

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    cannot go back to the Jewish belief that God is not able to produce a child without intercourse. Ozzie gets his message across, that one should never be punished for his beliefs, and he is then born into a new day and a new life journey. Works Cited Roth, Philip. “The Conversion of the Jews.” Discoveries: Fifty Stories of the Quest. 2nd ed. Harold Schechter and Jonna Gormely Semekis. New York: Oxford, 1992. Schechter, Harold, and Jonna Gormely Semekis. Discoveries: Fifty Stories of the Quest. 2nd ed

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    De La Guarda Villa Villa

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    It’s more like a Circus! On March 1, 2001, I had the great opportunity to see a very unique Off-Broadway variety show named De La Guarda, written, directed, and designed by Pichon Baldinu and Diqui James. The theatre presenting this show is the Daryl Roth Theatre, which is located at 20 Union Square East, just a few blocks from Baruch College. There were many interesting moments in the show that one would be definitely surprised if he had no prior knowledge about the show. What makes this show the most

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    Neurotransmitters

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    to be excitatory, or less likely if it is inhibitory. Neurotransmitters can also produce their effects by modulating the production of other signal-transducing molecules ("second messengers"messengers") in the post-synaptic cells (Cooper, Bloom and Roth 1996). Nine compounds -- belonging to three chemical families -- are generally believed to function as neurotransmitters somewhere in the central nervous system (CNS) or periphery. In addition, certain other body chemicals, for example adenosine, histamine

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    Liberation of Woman

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    remove the sexual oppression that denigrates all women. Works Cited Bloom, Alexander and Wini Breines. "Takin' it to the Streets" A Sixties Reader. New York: Oxford UP, 1995. Plath, Sylvia. The Bell Jar. New York: Bantam Books, 1971. Roth, Philip. Goodbye, Columbus. New York: Vintage International, 1993.

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    The Defender of the Faith In Philip Roth’s, “Defender of the Faith”, Sergeant Nathan Marx is the “Defender” of whom the title speaks. Reluctant at first, Marx defended his faith on two fronts, one across the sea in Europe and the second in the United States. The battle in the states was of a different type. Marx learned what it was like to defend his and the faith of his fellow Jews against prejudice and abuse by those who waged the war. Marx is not an orthodox Jew. He does not follow the doctrine

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    having a close relationship with nature. Jack Kerouac shows us the ideal form of this relationship in the story of Han Shan, the Chinese poet. At first, these concerns appear to have little relevance to Goodbye, Columbus by Philip Roth. However, by mentioning Gauguin, Roth gives us a view of man's ideal relationship to nature very similar to the one seen in the story of Han Shan. The stories of Han Shan and Gauguin offer an interesting commentary Neil and Brenda's relationship, as well as insight

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