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    northwestern corner of Via Trieste and Via Mazzini, and the one right in Via Mazzini, a little down the street toward Corso Zanardelli, balanced things out a bit, with their noisy male clientele celebrating the end of the war with a few bianchini(glasses of local white wine), games of cards, ... ... middle of paper ... ...aluable upper middle-class clientele. The oysters and champagne bar is gone. In its place, an expensive baby clothes boutique, right in front of one of the clergy stores, has

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    are visible in the literal translation alone. Symbolism is using an object or action that means something more than its literal meaning” (Literary-Devices). A symbol can be anything imaginable, such as a conch shell, signal fire, or even a pair of glasses. A symbol can represent things such as authority and power, connection to reality, vision, and knowledge. Having the capabilities of changing something that would seem to be so trivial and hollow, a symbol can morph into one of the most important

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    Use of Allegory and Symbols in William Goldging's Lord of the Flies William Golding's Lord of the Flies allegorically shows the good and evil that co-exists in every human being.  Each character and symbol renders this possible by what it represents.  Ralph and Jack allegorically represent opposing political forces: Jack as the dictator or fascist and Ralph as the prototype of a democratic leader.  The island represents the archetypal garden and the conch shell represents power.  Golding uses

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    person environment has a big influence on the roles deemed accurately for men and women. Parents, media, teachers, and peers are important socializing agents for teaching the young their gender roles. Children are viewed through “Gender-Colored” glasses by their parents that focus on gender differences that do not exist. Meaning that a glass is clear and depending upon what you want to see through it is what you will see through it. Most children are raised with the belief that girls are pretty in

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    later condoned Ralph's action with great ease. Piggy's action's and behavior depended on his glasses. Piggy and his glasses symbolized intelligence, he represents the rational side of civilization. With the glasses it seemed as though Piggy made all the right choices, and he helped Ralph know what needed to be done with the tribe. Without his glasses Piggy couldn't see i.e, Piggy was useless without his glasses. Dramatic changes occurred after the tribe killed Simon.(pg. ) Savage Piggy blamed the murder

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    novel, Lord of the Flies. Lord of the flies is a translation of a Hebrew name for Satan, Beelzebub. In the novel, William Golding portrays the boys’ descent from civilization to savagery through the following symbols: the conch shell, Piggy’s glasses, and the Lord of the Flies. The conch shell represents democracy, power and stability. When Ralph first discovers the conch shell, Piggy proposes to Ralph that they, “…can use this to call the others. Have a meeting. They’ll come, when they hear

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    Proposal for the Beowulf Movie That should probably be made cause is would be good. A quick note On the title: I think that the best title for the movie would be The Wolf or something simple like that, cause actions movies need simple titles or people can’t remember them. I think that is the rule I cannot remember. Anyway, the plot of the movie would follow the basic skeletal structure of the first part of Beowulf and his battle with Grendel and his mother. The dialogue would be kept simple

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    Saboteur by Han Jin

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    understands better the conflict between the protagonist Mr. Chiu and the political system represented by the policemen. Mr. Chiu, with a “thin jaw” (4) and worried by a bad liver and acute hepatitis appears to be weak. His wife whose cheeks are pale wears “glasses”(4), which could be perceived as a sign of fragility. They live a comfortable life as indicated by the fact that they own a color TV, something that only a certain elite could own at the time of the story. However, even she looks sick: she suffers

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    bra with sleeves and a split skirt that reveals the entire length of her leg as she lunges on the ground. Her eyes are swept in dark makeup, and on her lips sits a seductive smile. The Belinda holding the picture is decidedly non-exotic, wearing glasses, a sweatshirt, and two layers of workout pants. She scowls when a young man accidentally walks in to the just-ending belly dance class. “I don’t like to have men in here at all,” she says. This, from a woman who spends her evenings shaking her hips

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    girls. She sits in a somewhat sensual pose, leaning forward, with a look of confidence and achievement on her face. She obviously knows that her hand is a winner, and that her companion will soon be without even his shoes. On the table are two glasses of milk. This is one of the most powerful images in the ad. I believe they are there to counteract the sexual overtones and idea of risk-taking in the ad. Milk is included as if to say, "Even though these two young people are probably going to

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