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    The Wu-Tang Clan

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    The Wu-Tang Clan were a group of nine members which included cousins and forefathers Robert Diggs (RZA) and Gary Grice (GZA), and close friends Dennis Cole (Ghostface Killah), Clifford Smith (Method Man), Russell Jones (Ol’ Dirty Bastard), Corey Woods (Raekwon), Lamont Hawkins (U-God), Jason Hunter (Inspectah Deck), and Jamal Turner (Masta Killah). They were rooted in the housing projects of Staten Island, New York, or better referred to as Shaolin in Wu lore, during the time that break dancing and

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    Ghost Dog

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    Ghost Dog problems with format Ghost Dog (Forest Whitaker) is a self-taught samurai, living by an 18th century code which is written in the book ?Hagakure: The Book of the Samurai?t. Living on a rooftop within the skyline of a modern day city, with a coop of homing pigeons that he uses to communicate with Louie (John Tormey) a lower member of the local Mafia. Their strange relationship formed when Louie saved Ghost Dog as a teenager, and then in way of the samurai became his Master with Ghost

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    Rap Music Essay

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    The world of hip-hop would invite you to believe that rap music provides a poetic way to communicate one’s life experiences through music. In some ways this could be true, but what do you hear that sounds very poetic to you? Every day, people all around the world are listening to music. Music has become a big part in today’s society. From the time we are in our mother’s wombs, music begins to play a large role in our development. Like a sponge, children are influenced by everything in their surroundings

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    religion and blended them into a unique brand of music that is many times imitated but never duplicated. What makes the group able to blend such a wide varity of topics into its music is the diversity and ability of its members. The group consists of the Rza, Genius, Method Man, Inspectah Deck, U God, Old Dirty Bastard, Masta Killah, Reakwon and Ghost Face Killah. Each member brings their own style to the group which in the end allows the group to have a wide varity that encompasses all areas that needs

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    The Art of War is one of the most influential pieces of literature in history. It dates back to 5th century, BC. It was written by a chinese general Sun Tzu or »Master Sun«. It hasn 't been translated into another language until 1772, when France wanted to know what was the fuss about. Sun Tzu divided the book into three chapters, which were thematically connected. He talks about conflict and how to deal with it. He introduces different ideas, such as the war, which stands for any kind of war and

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    Language is a form of communication with one another either spoken or written. It’s a natural instinct and special attribute that humans have developed over time. According to McCarthy’s (1993) theory about language, “It is the essential means of social communication and is one of the outstanding systems of habits which distinguishes man from the lower animals.” (pp. 329-373). Different languages are constructed by certain cultures and evolve through time. Some lagauges at the beginning needed more

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    Hip-hop is a massive cultural movement originating in New York City in the 1970’s. According to Oxford English Dictionary, the four components of hip-hop are rapping, DJing, breakdancing, and graffiti writing. This culture is commonly associated with African-Americans and Latinos because they were the ones who pioneered this movement in the 70’s. If one were look back at some of the early hip-hop innovators, such as The Sugarhill Gang, Grand Master Flash and the Furious Five, and the much-loved Run

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