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    Value of a Dystopia

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    11 Nov. 2011. . Gattaca. Dir. Andrew Niccol. Perf. Ethan Hawke, Uma Thurman, and Jude Law. Columbia Pictures Corporation, 1997. IMDb. Web. 11 Nov. 2011. . V for Vendetta. Dir. James McTeigue. Perf. Natalie Portman and Hugo Weaving. Warner Bros.Pictures, 2006. IMDb. Web. 13 Nov. 2011. . V for Vendetta. Dir. James McTeigue. Perf. Natalie Portman and Hugo Weaving. Warner Bros.Pictures, 2006. Rotten Tomatoes. Web. 13 Nov. 2011. .

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    reminders of two imposing ideas in the two texts. The symbols used to represent the concept that ideas are bulletproof are the two protagonists in each text, V (Hugo Weaving) and McMurphy. In order to constantly remind the audience of a certain idea, James McTeigue uses the letter V in V for Vendetta and Ken Kesey uses the fog which constantly surrounds Bromden in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Finally, aspects of nature are used throughout both texts in order to symbolize the idea of emancipation from

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    situation he claims that he wants to take the hot air balloon for himself and leave Haiti for a far-away and better place. The following day, the husband makes good on his word, abandons his family, and takes the hot air balloon up into the sky. In James McTeigue’s version of “’V’ for Vendetta”, the country is a futuristic and dystopian London. Corrupt politicians control every aspect of the country and the citizens within. The main character, a masked vigilante by the name of V, grows tired of his

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    Noam Chomsky reveals afterwards that while 153 countries voted for the resolution, only two opposed it: the United States of America and Israel. He says both countries could not tolerate resistance to Africa’s apartheid regime or to the foreign occupation which included “Israel’s military occupation, then in its twentieth year” (Chomsky 190). He later says both countries deny “that such actions can be legitimate resistance, and declaring them to be terrorism.” As regards state terrorism, it is,

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    V for Vendetta directed by James McTeigue is a dramatic, mildly horror filled film. This text exists to remind people about control. This film is made for us as viewers to see the conflicts between the government and it’s people. The intended audience are those linking back to historical references. There are several key morals within the background of the film including is it justifiable that some become collateral damage the pursuit of progress, scientific and medical advancement, the greater good

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    The Caged

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    banks of the Turtle Creek River with the rest of us. That was the last day any of us saw her. “Feed the fish!” shouted James, as he swung his handmade wooden sword in the air. “Ye shall walk thee plank ye measly scoundrel!” “Shiver me timbers ye mangey cockroach!” snorted Rebecca. “Tis not a sword ye hold in thee hand! Aargh! Ye walk thee plank when me fine ship is built!” James laughed. “Who says tis ye ship?” “Me matey’s!” Rebecca quickly responded, as she glanced over at the others and I and winked

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    Taking Grandma Home

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    The road stretches back and forward, whirring beneath tires worn bald by old age. James, dark haired and bright eyed, grips the wheel with one hand and looks lazily between the mirrors to the road to the sky, trying to stay awake. He floats beyond trucks and minivans, driving with the confidence of one never scarred. They pass fields, stretches of yellow and dust, not waving, just watching, guarded by the occasional brooding building. Everything is older here, in middle America, in Kentucky

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    Forever and Always

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    We were both undergraduates at the Australian National University. He was majoring in history and I was studying psychology. He wanted to be over and done with his university degree and I wanted to go into clinical psychology helping people turn their lives around. I had my whole life planned out, and he was taking one step at a time. We shared no classes together. We were completely different people, and yet we got along. * We met at the 24 hour Jazz Café. It was a run-down café that desperately

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    Jealousy.

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    doesn't drink, but he rather be hungover tomorrow then to withstand anymore of this appalling scene. James and Aleks slow dancing in the middle of the floor, both tipsy, swaying in each other's arms. Kevin sighs and picks up a half-drunken beer that had been on the table. He could care less who it previously belonged to, as long as he could get rid of the pain in his heart James had caused. James knew how Kevin admired and looked up to Aleks, he was the first person Kevin told about his crush. Then

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    Framed

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    Her little heart was pounding, racing as if it couldn’t beat any faster. Her knees were shaking and she was breathing heavily. She knew that what she had done was a bad thing. It was the first feeling of trouble she ever felt. As if things couldn’t get any worse, she had the urge to pee. These were her thoughts one day in second grade. She remembers it as it were yesterday, the classroom had one teacher with many children. The smell of Chinese cuisine was all that she could smell. It was Chinese

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