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    Hiroshi Sugimoto and Julian Opie

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    photography and time, and uses photography as a way to record science and history alongside the idea of indescribable human nature. His aim when creating portraits is to make them as lifelike as possible so the viewer reconsiders what it is to be alive. Julian Opie is a contemporary English artist born in London in 1958. He graduated from Goldsmiths College in 1982 and now lives and works in London. His work consists on using computer software to reduce complex photographs or short films and turn them into

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    Ancient Roman Laws

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    of Rome's laws and customs, committed to writing much later, have their roots in the distant past. Ancient Rome had many different types of law in government. Out of all of the ancient Roman laws, the Julian Marriage laws, the laws of the kings, and the Justinian Codes, are some of them. The Julian Marriage laws were very specific and determined. Emperor Augustus notice social problems at Rome, and he detected that extravagance and adultery were very common in the Roman Government. In the upper

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    Virtual Reality is Reality In his essay, "A Rape in Cyberspace," Julian Dibbell wrote about a violent event that occurred in LambdaMOO, a virtual reality community. To some, Dibbell states, this event was nothing more than "spidery flitting of fingers across standard QWERTY keyboards" (450). On the other hand, to the victims it was much more. In his essay one of the victims was quoted as saying " ...[I] have thought about it for days. He hurt us both" (453). The effect that the virtual

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    and be told that what we want to gain isn’t the right thing. It’s like telling a little child that there is no Santa Claus- everything we believe in is completely changed. “…Making students safe for ideas.” Reading this alone makes it seem as if Julian, Erika the students are not smart enough to decide on his or her own which ideas to take advantage of. As if, the ideas are the ultimate prize and we, the students, are the contestants in a game show, competing to the death to have the best idea of

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    through a particular light and given specific occasions in the film, we can see how 42nd Street echoes the general attitudes of the Great Depression. Particular characters in the film exemplify the wealthy citizens of the time, the common laborer, and Julian Marsh (Warner Baxter) portrays a life-force, Franklin Roosevelt, bringing hope along with his New Deal.     Throughout the film, there is a dichotomy exhibited through the members of the production and the financiers, namely Abner Dillon. He represents

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    attitudes towards the racial issues presented. O’Conner uses third person limited by explaining the describing the events that were occurring on the bus: “Julian rose, crossed the aisle, and say down in the place of the women with the canvas sandals”…..”Do you have a light?” he asked the Negro.(pg914) O’Conner allows us to see the tension between Julian and his mother, which gives readers an insight into her character’s inner thoughts and motivations. As viewing the anger in Julian’s mother and his despiteful

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    Sibling Rivalry

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    occurred on the day he brought Julian in as a guest. This annoyed him. "Good morning," he addressed the sea of faces sourly. "As I'm sure you all know, today we have my brother Julian in as a guest." Julian waved cheerily. Fifty-seven eyelids batted. "He's here for today's discussion on the biological origins and implications of sibling rivalry among humans. I expect you all to participate." Despite his gruffness, he received only minimal acknowledgement. "Julian," he continued, noting with ire

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    when he first had to take care of Julian. At first he did not teach his son proper hygiene habits and his son smelled horrible, but by the movie his son was bathed regularly. At first he was behaving horrible in front of his son, but by the end of the movie he was making a positive impact on his neighborhood with his son. Sandler began to realize that his own poor behavior had a negative effect on Julian’s behavior. He also showed more hospitality at home with Julian by sharing the TV with him and letting

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    person looking for hidden treasure. In the first story the character Julian is the key to unlocking the meaning behind the story. Julian has gone to college and has developed his mind. Because of this he views himself as superior to those around him, especially his mother. The mother, although given to prejudices, has a kind heart. This seems to be the main difference between these two characters. Julian puts more stock in how educated a person is and the importance of having a well-developed

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    Fast Food is Unhealthy Food

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    “The medical literature on the causes of food poisoning is full of euphemisms and dry scientific terms: coliform levels, aerobic plate counts, sorbitol, MacConkey agar, and so on. Behind them lies a simple explanation for why eating a hamburger can now make you seriously ill: There is shit in the meat.” ― Eric Schlosser, Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal According to Morgan Spurlock's documentary Super Size Me, one in every four Americans visits a fast food restaurant each

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    creates a struggling relationship between two main characters, Julian and his mother. Through this relationship the author shows us how Julian and his mother use racist tendencies in quite different ways to fulfill their interests and to contribute to the theme of racism in the story. In the story, Julian's mother is described as a woman from the "Old South" where racial tendencies are acceptable and justified. Her son Julian, who grew into the "New South" expectations is portrayed

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    Nathaniel Hawthorne

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    to a second reading where I can ponder and muse and fully take in the miraculous wealth of thoughts" (Jan 14th 1951, Journal of Sophia Hawthorne. Berg Collection NY Public Library). The two had three children: Una, Julian, and Rose. Una suffered from mental illness and died young. Julian moved out west and wrote a book about his father. Rose converted to Roman Catholicism and took her vows as a Dominican nun. She founded a religious order to care for victims of cancer. Hawthorne died on May 19, 1864

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    Motherly Love

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    Motherly Love In the three stories we read by Flannery O’Connor; “The Comforts of Home”, “Everything That Rises Must Converge”, and “The Enduring Chill”, the major relationship portrayed was between mothers and their hypersensitive sons. While all of the major characters, the sons, were noticeably similar, the lesser characters of the mothers were also very alike in many ways. Many of their views, gestures and outward qualities paralleled throughout the stories. After rereading all of the stories

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    Flannery O’Connor

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    relationship between Julian, a young man who has recently graduated from college, and his mother. It takes place in a city in the South soon after integration. Much like Emily Grierson in William Faulkner’s "A Rose for Emily," Julian’s mother is a product of the "Old South." She takes tremendous pride in her heritage due to the fact that her ancestors were people who were once very highly respected. Her grandfather was a former state governor as well as a plantation and slave owner. Julian sees his mother

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    some cases, the child will emotionally detach himself from his parent in order to achieve this feeling of independence.  In Flannery O'Connor's short story, Everything That Rises Must Converge, the relationship between Julian and his mother is a situation where the child, Julian, has tried to gain a feeling of independence by emotionally detaching himself from his mother. Julian's financial dependence on his mother has made him very bitter.  His need to justify his mother's struggle to better

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    another. The story starts with a preface that explains the sum of the story. The story introduces the fact that Bellamy is writing as if it is already the twentieth century and the world is looked at through rationality. Bellamy uses the character Julian West to represent industrialization and how his utopia are used as the answers is used as the answers to industrialization problems, and Dr. Leete to represe...

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    Flannery O'Connor

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    south) relationship in the process. The relationships represents how different one views are. These views are converged by love. The story centers on Julian and his mother, Ms. Cheeny’s weekly trip to the downtown YMCA. The story focuses Mrs. Cheeny and Julian’s racist ideology. The issue of old south vs. new south helps keep the fuel between Julian (new south) and his mother (old south) burning. Julian’s mother is an older woman who is still holds on to the manners of the old south, “She was one

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    wonderment of Julian West as he awoke in a Boston of 2000 AD after 113 years of sleep, the text focused on Bellamy's description through the kindly and omniscient character, Dr. Leete of a "post-revolutionary" society which emancipated the individual from the horrors of capitalism. As the story progresses, it becomes obvious that Bellamy is simply trying to suggest ways in which to improve his own society at the time whether it be politics or business practices. The first thing Julian inquires about

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    Flannery O’Connor’s use of the Protagonist Flannery O’Connor’s use of the protagonist in the three stories “Everything That Rises Must Converge”, “A Good Man is Hard to Find”, and “Revelation” are all expressed through characters that do not fit the typical protagonist mold. As you will see the three protagonists have many similarities. Mrs. Turpin and Julian’s mothers similarities are out in the open and easy to recognize. On the other hand the grandmother’s similarities are more subdued, but

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    Who im i?

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    can imaging how he was in those days. He never liked to loose but in some cases he did loose a lot of money. He got business with a man called Julian. Julian used to live very far away from my grand- father house actually in other town. I don’t know what happened between then but I know that my great-grandfather gave is own daughter in marriage to Julian. (Don’t ask me what the reason is) my great- grandfather is still mad at me because I tried to manipulate him. – I just wanted to know the whole

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