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    Sophocles’ Oedipus, the King is a great representation of Greek tragedy and of the human experience. Within it, he explores the intricacies of human thinking and communication along with its ability to change as more information and knowledge is acquired. His primary focus as the story begins and progresses is the growth of Oedipus from an unintelligible and unenlightened mentality to its antithesis. Because the story was one familiar to most of its viewers in its time, there are certain things

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    THE LION KING SUMMARY

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    The Lion King The film I decided to summarize is The Lion King by Walt Disney. It is an animated film as are all Disney movies. The movie opens with the themes song “The Circle Of Life” playing as the camera show Mufasa, king of the lions holding his newborn son Simba. The whole community of animals is here at Pride Rock to witness young Simba because he is the future king. Everyone in the kingdom is happy about the birth of the new prince except for one lion. That lion is Scar. Scar is Mufasas

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    Background and Summary of King Lear Background of King Lear King Lear was written between 1603 and 1606, and is considered to be Shakespeare's greatest tragedy. The main plot was drawn from an old chronicle play called The True Chronicle History of King Leir and his Three Daughters, supplemented by treatments of that story in Raphael Holinshed's Chronicle of England, Scotland, and Ireland, Spenser's The Faerie Queen, and perhaps others. The subplot of Gloucester and his two sons comes from

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    messages, in which many of the characters do or fail to achieve, for example in Oedipus The King Sophocles, writes the tale of poor dammed Oedipus a man who desperately wishes to save his city only to discover he is the cause if its ruin. Moreover, this play relates the message of destiny and no matter how hard men try to advert a prophecy ultimately, it will happen. With the conclusion of Oedipus The King, we learn of his children’s fate in Antigone where his sons have died in war battling one another

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    King Lear Act I Scene i: Set in the royal court, the first scene of Shakespeare's King Lear pivots upon the refusal of the aged monarch's youngest daughter, Cordelia, to follow the suit of her sisters Goneril and Regan in professing love for their father, and Lear's wrathful decision to disown Cordelia. Nevertheless, Act I, scene i of Lear begins with a parallel subplot about the bastard Edmund's treachery toward his father Gloucester and his brother Edgar. At the start of the scene, we first

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    Book Report: King Leopold’s Ghost The book mainly chronicles the efforts of King Leopold II of Belgium which is to make the Congo into a colonial empire. During the period that the European powers were carving up Africa, King Leopold II of Belgium seized for himself the vast and mostly unexplored territory surrounding the Congo River. During that time, the vast interior of the Africa continent was still undeveloped and unknown to Europeans while the coastal regions had already been claimed by others

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    For additional help in understanding his reasoning and thought processes, The Autobiography of Martin Luther King Jr., edited by Clayborne Carson, can give one a sense of exactly why King had such a strong religious background. In fact, the first words of the writing state “Of course I was religious. I grew up in the church. My father was a preacher, my grandfather was a preacher, my great-grandfather was a preacher, my only brother is a preacher, my daddy’s brother is a preacher. So of course I

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    emotions within us. King believes that people feel enjoyment while watching others be terrorized or killed in horror movies. King’s argument has elements that are both agreeable and disagreeable. On one hand he is acceptable when claiming we like the thrill and excitement that comes from watching horror movies; however, his views regarding that the fun comes from seeing others suffer cannot be agreed with because the human condition is not as immoral as he claims it to be. King is right when he argues

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    The Pros and Cons of the Internet

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    source and prints it out After going through it with a highlighter, she transforms most of the information she wants into her own words, but leaves a few alone to use as quotes. In writing her article, she uses the information, both the summaries and the quotes. She forg... ... middle of paper ... ...hey have done, but they have not tried to track down something that has been plagiarized before. If they had, they would know that it is just as simple for an authority figure to track

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    Speech #1 Martin Luther King Jr. I have a dream How did the speaker gain the audience’s attention? Martin Luther King Jr. pulled the audience in by relating with them and making them feel like they are apart of “what will go down in history as the greatest demonstration for freedom in the history of our nation.” Explain the topic and purpose of the speech. This speech was focused on the freedom of african american slaves and how racial equality is a must for people to peacefully coexist, and racism

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