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    The Nun’s Priest’s Tale The tale told by the Nun’s Priest is a fable or story with animals as the main characters and usually ends with a moral of some sort. This tale takes place on the farm of and old, poor widow. All that she posses can be summed up in a few lines. It is among her possessions that we find the rooster Chanticleer, who’s crowing is more precise than any clock and a voice that was jollier than any church organ. The tale is told from the point-of-view of Chanticleer. One night

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    Nuns Priest's Tale

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    Chanticleer a nice poor old guy, father of two daughters, and husband of many wives. The article “Nun’s Priest’s Tale” states, “The protagonist of this mock-heroic story is Chanticleer, a rooster with seven wives, foremost among them the hen Pertelote. Pertelote dismisses Chanticleer's dream of being attacked and tells him to go about his business.” Chanticleer has one very close wife, and he tells her what he dreamt but she just thinks that he is sick. The rooster believes his dream means something

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    The White Feather Campaign 1. The message of the poster, source A, is for families to encourage the man to sign up for the army and go off to war to fight for the country. They did this because compared to the German army at the beginning of the war, it was very small. The artist conveys the message of two women who are both from different classes waving off their husbands and sons who are going off to war. They are comforting each other implying that all women should come together and

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    The Importance of the Contribution Made by the Socialist Societies to the Formation and Development of the Labour Party There are many factors that have contributed to the formation and development of the labour party. Firstly Britain was in a state of great depression, a mass 30% of people lived in extreme poverty. The two main parties at the time were Liberals and conservatives. There was a popular feeling amongst the poor that neither of the two main political parties were not doing

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    Art vs. Classical Film in the Cinema

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    even better and the director more smarter for being able to do this in one movie. Works Cited 2001, a Space Odyssey. Dir. Stanley Kubrick. Prod. Stanley Kubrick. By Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C. Clarke, Geoffrey Unsworth, and Ray Lovejoy. Perf. Keir Dullea, Gary Lockwood, and William Sylvester. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1968. David Bordwell and Kristin Thompson. Film Art: An Introduction. 10th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill Inc., 2012. (BT)

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    The trip Bowman (a blank Keir Dullea), work of the great Douglas Trumbull, was a result of using the slit-Can camera, an optical printer, photographing a cylinder moved slowly, decorated with pop-art designs and architecture . Actually, it recalcitrant than those who are never interested

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    accept his imminent death. A Space Odyssey uses a scene that takes place in a futuristic setting and the main character transforms from a physical being to a spiritual space baby. Works Cited 2001 A Space Odyssey. Dir. Stanley Kubrick. Perf. Keir Dullea, Gary Lockwood, and William Sylvester. February 3, 2004. DVD. Warner Studios, 1968. Donnie Darko. Dir. Richard Kelly. Perf. Jake Gyllenhaal, Holmes Osborne, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Daveigh Chase, Mary McDonnell, Patrick Swayze, Drew Barrymore, and

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    Stanley Kubrick and his 2001: Space Odyssey

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    The aim of this seminar paper is to describe one of the science-fiction classics – 2001: Space Odyssey and its creator. The introduction talks mainly about the director and the co-author Stanley Kubrick, who is regarded as one of the best filmmakers of the 20th century. The paper includes and summarizes his philosophy of film-making and his general stances to work with actors, scene and other aspects of the film. The introductory part tries to answer two questions: Why can be Stanley Kubrick called

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    novel would be defined a... ... middle of paper ... ...man, George, and Ben Beekman. Tomorrow's Technology and You: Introductory. 9th.Upper Saddle River: Pearson College Div, 2008. Print. Kubrick, Stanley, Dir. 2001: A Space Odyssey. Perf. Dullea, Keir, Gary Lockwood, and William Sylvester. MGM: 1968, Film. Wachowski, Andy, Dir. The Matrix. Perf. Reeves, Keanu, Lawrence Fishburne, and Carrie-Anne Moss. Warner Bros: 1999, Film. Cameron, James, Dir. The Terminator. Perf. Schwarzenegger, Arnold

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