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    Garry Winogrand

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    Garry Winogrand Gary Winogrand’s photography career began when a friend introduced him to it in 1948 while taking painting classes at Columbia University. After Winogrand’s first exposure to the darkroom, he abandoned painting and “never looked back.” Winogrand became extremely emerged in photography and felt that nothing else in life mattered. He dropped out of college to pursue his passion. Earning an average of ninety cents per week, he had a difficult yet determined beginning. Winogrand

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    The novel “I am the King of the Castle” clearly explores the themes of loneliness, sadness and depression in its plot. All of the main characters have difficulties with relationships and end up facing depressive moments and experiences, some insignificant but some crucial and terrifying. Joseph Hooper (father), Edmund Hooper (son) and Charles Kingshaw are three characters showing explicit loneliness almost throughout the whole novel. Their loneliness is shown by several reasons and caused

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    Lee Jeans Advertisement

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    Every woman has gone through heartbreak at least once in her lifetime. Lee Jeans uses heartbreak to convince the audience of this advertisement to buy their jeans. In this Lee Jeans advertisement there are all different claims. The one that stands out the most is the claim of value. The advertisement shows support of this claim through the word usage and the picture representation. Lee Jeans wants to represent the " NEW LOOK FOR LEE" as the women?s jeans. Through the different use of symbols, the advertisement

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    child? What makes a good daughter: the one loyal to her family or the one who pursues her own dream? To address the questions, the following cinematic feature, “You are the Best, Lee Soon Shin”, specifically episode 33 will be analyzed to explore the mother-daughter relationship in South Korea. The main character, Lee Soon Shin is raised and nurtured by Kim Jung-ae, until one day she finds out that her real mother, Song Mi-ryung, the famous movie star, wants to

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    a person’s life. Change can be caused by that person fitting into the ways of a household, or be forced to act differently in the presence of others. Either way, that person will never be the same again. In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, characters are constantly being influenced by family members. Aunt Alexandra, started off as a rude and bossy woman, but as she became closer to Atticus, Jem, and Scout, she changed into a more loving and compassionate person. In To Kill a Mockingbird

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    Annie Proulx's Life and Accomplishments

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    Annie Proulx, Edna Annie Proulx in full,was born August of 1935 in Norwich, Connecticut. Growing up, she was the oldest of five sisters. Her dad was vice president of a textile company. She moved around often as a child and attended to Colby College in Maine, where she met her first husband. Proulx left school, and began working various jobs. She then went on to the University of Vermont in 1963, and then George Williams University located in Montreal in 1973. In the early seventies, Proulx began

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    Atticus Finch: Stronger Than Hercules

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    a stereotypical strongman. He throws assumptions regarding the definition of a hero away. However, the modern hero still exemplifies moral and righteous qualities. Atticus Finch, a character in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, written by Harper Lee, is just and virtuous. Modern society holds justice and virtue in high regard. According to Dahlia Lithwick, Atticus Finch motivated thousands of people, including herself, to pursue careers in law (1). Finch’s influence on so many powerfully attests

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    To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

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    Mockingbird is a brilliant novel by Harper Lee that engraves moral lessons within its pages. The novel has many themes such as the true meaning of courage, the importance of education, and that a child’s perception is wiser than an adult’s. Throughout the novel, Harper Lee uses skillful language to tell her story and connect to her audience. Harper Lee utilizes literal language, symbolism, and imagery to bring the meaning of To Kill a Mockingbird to life. Lee manipulates literal language, such as dialogue

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    Hong Kong: Hong Kong UP, 2009. Print. Kelts, Roland. Japanamerica: How Japanese Pop Culture Has Invaded the U.S. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. Print. "Bollywood's Expanding Reach." BBC News. BBC, 05 Mar. 2012. Web. 27 Nov. 2013. "How Bruce Lee Influenced the World | 40 Years After His Death | The Last Dragon Tribute Blog." The Last Dragon Tribute Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Nov. 2013. "This Week on DVD." Yahoo Movies. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Nov. 2013.

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    particular, Atticus Finch of “To Kill a Mockingbird”, by Harper Lee proves himself to be the perfect example of a better father in contrast of Baptista Minola from "Taming of the Shrew" by William Shakespeare.Although both fathers want a stable future for their children, Atticus Finch's teachings are considered more valuable by treating his children equally, and setting good examples such as promoting equality, and to not become prejudice. As Lee Haney has quoted, “Parents must lead by example. Don't use

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