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    Episode Of Hands

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    Episode of Hands The unexpected interest made him flush. Suddenly he seemed to forget the pain,- Consented,-and held out One finger from the others. The gash was bleeding, and a shaft of sun That glittered in and out among the wheels, Fell lightly, warmly, down into the wound. And as the fingers of the factory owner's son, That knew a grip for books and tennis As well as one for iron and leather,- As his taut, spare fingers wound the gauze Around

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    In this essay I ultimately want to address the musical episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, "Once More with Feeling" (season 6, episode 7). However, I do not want to look at this episode in isolation from the remainder of the Buffy franchise but rather argue that it exemplifies a certain entertainment strategy that courses through the Buffyverse. Now it seems to me that entertainment is either too often denigrated as a specific ideological formation that produces negative effects of audience passivity

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    parties and her friends are American girls not a crazy mouse or any other talking animal. Her description makes it sound like the perfect example to American girls, however, the television episode Barbie Life in the Dream House portrays an unrealistic life, a false idea of beauty, lifestyle and relationships. The episode begins with a beautiful camera shot of the Barbie “Hollywood” sign while a happy summer song plays on the background. The camera angle focus on a single pink convertible driving through

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    different episodes. The entire television series was about the immortal private detective Mick St. John that uses his keen senses of the vampire to solve difficult case to help the victims rather than sucking their blood. Mick was turned to a vampire 60 years ago by his wife Coraline when she bites him. Even through now Mick has the body of immortality, and he was always young but he always wanted to be a real human instead of a vampire. My favorite episode of this television series was episode twelve

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    The Great Importance of the Final Episode of Huckleberry Finn One of the things many critics of Huckleberry Finn  just can't seem to understand is the final episode of the novel where Tom returns and sidetracks Huck from his rescue of Jim through a long series of silly, boyish plans based on ideas Tom has picked up from Romantic novels, such as those of Walter Scott.  Critic Stephen Railton dismisses these final chapters as "just another version of their Royal Nonesuch" (405);

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    In this essay I am going to compare the personality of Matt Dillon throughout three episodes of Gun Smoke. Matt Dillon is the sheriff of Dodge City and throughout these three episodes, with the help of this trustee companion Chester (The Deputy), he is able maintain the law and keep peace in the turbulent town of Dodge City. Matt Dillon right from the start of "Loch invar" demonstrates that he has a rough hard personality. With his harsh quick responses to whomever he meets, to some extent makes

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    away....Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace began. In 1999 an American epic space opera, film was released to the public. It became the highest-grossing film of 1999, the highest-grossing Star Wars film, and is currently one of the highest-grossing films in North America. The filmed is loved by people of all ages and continues it's saga today. Everyone should watch the Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace because it has a cutting edge cast, props and effects. "Star Wars Episode I is based upon

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    industry began to strive of the usage of television and its ability to presell films while reducing the possibility of losing tons of money on films. Producers began to shift genres and venture outside of the box. This set up George Lucas’s Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope to be a huge blockbuster. It took the audience’s desire and passion for technology and heroism to the next level. A shift from the traditional American West to the galaxy and beyond, “Americans were no longer willing to follow the lone

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    An Episode of Flight

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    Soon after the rumor had spread, Isabel began hiding her jewelry she acquired from her mother, who acquired them from her mother, by sewing them in articles of clothing: inside the pocket lining of Luis’s pants, Niño’s sock, and in her unmentionables. They have been preparing for it but did not know it might be coming this soon. Day after day, Isabel would visit their wardrobes, and the piles of garments would grow smaller as she would, one by one, pull out different clothes and put them in knapsacks

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    The Racist American Season 1 Episode 6 of American Dad was the first episode where it implied racism into the name of the episode, “Homeland Insecurities”. The title “Homeland Insecurities” is a reference to Homeland Security, which was created in response of the terrorist attacks on 9/11. The “insecurities” implies that there is terrorist around the country ready to strike. The episode itself has racism. Season 1 Episode 6 is about how the Smith family, white middle class family, wanted to throw

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