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    willing to resort to illegal and violent means to achieve goals, violence is a key element. Reactionaries are extreme conservatives, they 're threatened by change. They will use violence to prevent change or change things back. Reactionaries, just like radicals, don’t trust nor like the government. They seek to reverse the power and laws of the government. Usually with violence and illegal resorts. Reactionaries seek the freedom and rights given to them by

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    The Ascent (Larisa Shepitko, 1977) is a film full of emotion, and a lot of it comes from the mastering of cinematography. The film uses a combination of shaky-cam and close-ups to emphasize the amount of fear and terror that the characters encounter through the picture. Yet, there is not a single moment in the film that does not exemplify fear and the horror of war like the scene in which our two main characters hide from the Nazis in the attic. In this moment of the film, Soviet soldiers Rybak and

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    Is this correct; that they're saying you're falling is only due to the Parkinson's? Not the ridiculous size and layout of the room, or the bed in that room, or the extra medications and its side-effects, to lessen the depression caused by being and feeling stuck and trapped in that tiny room? You shouldn't abandon hope on the cottages if that is your heart’s desire living at Motion Picture, and if living there would be safer, healthier, and afford you the happiness you deserve. The Motion Picture’s

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    Divided We Fall

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    "Divided We Fall," a Czech movie about hard decisions and loyalty, not to one's country, but to yourself, is protrayed very well by director Jan Hrebejk. This movie, considered a black comedy, is more than just a true story being told; it shows how hard it was for one family to conseal a Jewish person in their home. Csonger Kassai's character, David, escaped prison in Poland and returned to Czechoslovakia where he thought that someone could help him. He is taken in by his former employee (Bolek Polivka

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    Over the few days that I got to observe at Magnolia Elementary, I observed that the teacher followed the same procedure every day. In the morning before the class started she would allow the students to have a restroom break and fill out their water bottles. Since I observed on multiple Friday, it was the day that the teacher would award her students with a dance break. When I asked the teacher over why she gave them the dance break, she responded with, “If the students acted good during the week

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    Elie Wiesel Night Themes

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    The idea of personal responsibility to other people helps show us that people’s lives can change in an instant, through the theme dehumanization. When Elie arrives at Auschwitz he is immediately given a number, tattooed to his arm, a permanent memory from these bad times. This replaces his name known by all guards and officials, this is shown through a very powerful and memorable line,“I became A-7713” (42). None of the Jews that came in any concentration camps went without a number on their arms

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    Analysis of Performance

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    Analysis of Performance The two events I have chosen to analyse are: * 100 Meters * Javelin 100 Meters ========== Rules - * The Track: The end-to-end length of the oval track is 157.4 meters (172 yards). The width of the oval track is 73 meters (80 yards) wide. The distance around the curve is 36.5 meters (39.9 yards). * Lanes: Eight lanes usually make up the track, each 1.22 meters (4 feet) wide, numbered 1 to 8 on the track, inside out. Each athlete must stay

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    Selfie Reflection

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    The event/situation that the first selfie reflects is listening to the Presidential Speech after the election results on my laptop in my room. The laptop is in front of the camera while I am in the background because it accentuates what I am looking at. My character’s role in this selfie is to show the surprised reaction because I did not expect the election to turn out the way it did. I think the people that would like this post is anyone interested in the presidential election such as liberals

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    Do The Right Thing Essay

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    The film Do the Right Thing is set in Bedford-Stuyvesant. It begins with Sal, an Italian American, and his sons who run a pizzeria in a neighborhood where minorities live. Mookie, played by Spike Lee, is the pizzeria’s delivery boy who is working on the hottest day of summer which ends up being the same day everyone decides they are fed up with the subtle racism that goes on between races. This separation between races leads to Buggin Out, a frequent customer of the pizzeria, boycotting the establishment

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    In the Compass of Romance, there are six key elements: social progress, self- creation, dilettantism, reactionary idealism, lotus eating, and spiritual aspirations. All of these elements are portrayed in today’s contemporary global culture. Through historical background one will be able to determine the fate of the future for the element of reactionary idealism. Reactionary idealism entails the idea of authority, authoritarian ideologies, and the worship of power. Throughout history people have generated

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