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    Laugh Your Way to Business Success There are many advantages and disadvantages associated with advertising on the Internet and the development of an e-business. Today it is very clear that the use of the Internet as another media channel is just the start of the application of the media in a business context. But there are many things that are to be considered. A company cannot expect to gain a profit on an Internet activity based on the company¡¦s way in which it creates value and profit in

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    Femininity Versus Androgyny in The Laugh of the Medusa and A Room of One's Own There is much debate in feminist circles over the "best" way to liberate women through writing. Some argue that a female writer should, in an effort to recapture her stolen identity, attack her oppressive influences and embrace her femininity, simultaneously fostering dimorphic literary, linguistic, and social arenas. Others contend that the feminization of writing pigeonholes women into an artistic slave morality

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    Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau's The Last Laugh

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    Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau's The Last Laugh About The Director: Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau is one of the most important filmmakers of the cinema during Weimar Republic period. He is often grouped with Fritz Lang and G.W. Pabst as the "big three" directors of Weimar Germany. He finished his career in Hollywood and was killed at a young age in a car crash. Three of his films appear on the greatest films lists of critics and film groups. Even though there seems to be little written about him. Early

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    Cixous's The Laugh of the Medusa Critiqued Against Showalter's Essay Feminist Criticism in the Wilderness In learning about feminist theory this semester, one idea that arose from class discussions was the notion of essentialism.  Essentialism, a theory that stresses essence as opposed to existence, was discussed at length and while some classmates found it to reductionary and cliché, it is a question that I assume must be asked of ecriture feminine writing.  Does ecriture feminine writing

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    The Joy Of Laughter

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    often accompanied by corresponding facial and bodily movements."(1) A thesaurus offers immense amounts of synonyms for the word "laugh", including giggle, cackle, chortle, snort, chuckle, crow, howl, snicker, snigger, convulse, titter, and the list goes on.(2) There are many words to describe laughter because it is such an integral part of our lives. The question of why we laugh may first be answered by looking at laughter in the purely physiological sense, which has been studied as gelotology. Then we

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    comic poet dares to show us men and women coming to this mutual likeness" (15). Woolfe, however, goes beyond simply bringing men and women together as equals; she blends them together as one androgynous individual, the effect of which causes us to laugh at the artificial way in which society attempts to define gender. After Orlando's matter-of-fact reaction to discovering he is a woman, the narrator with tongue-in-cheek explains how reasonable such a transformation is despite people's desire to define

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    morbid.  That's right.  I read Huckleberry Finn and it made me think of death.  The novel has a strange way of dealing with death.  There's a pretty high body count, yet each individual demise becomes an opportunity for high comedy.  We laugh, and the novel will laugh with us.  But it won't cry.  Perhaps this was a nod to time and place.  As far as the poetry of the time suggests, life in America in the late nineteenth century was not exactly cheerful.   Take this poem, published less than a year before

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    Aristotle On Ridicule

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    desirable, since there is a time and a place for everything. The paragraph begins with indirect definitions of two extremes of humor, the buffoon and the humorless person. A buffoon would rather be a fool and hurt people’s feelings than “fail to raise a laugh”. A man who never cracks a joke is also falling short of the appropriate behavior, which is the gentleman’s ability to give and take gentle humor in a conversation. A “wit” is someone “whose pleasantries do not go too far,” and is always ready with

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    friend, is someone who is always looking out for me, and will help me if I’m in trouble. A friend has to be someone I trust and who trusts me in return. Another important characteristic in a friend is someone who I can talk to, and makes me laugh. One of the most important traits of a friend, is someone who will help you if you need it. One personal experience I had with this was when my friends, Mark, Steve, and I we all out driving around late at night. We were on our way

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    Chris Tucker

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    Chris Tucker’s personality and ability to make people laugh is what led him on his road to be a successful young African American actor. Being the youngest in the family was hard for Chris because he would always get pushed around and beat up by his brothers and friends. One day, he figured the only way to get his brothers and friends to stop beating him up was to make them laugh. Tucker said, “Out of necessity, I learned to make them laugh. If I did, they’d stop beating on me.” (Jam! Showbiz pg

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