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    Civil War on Pompey

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    Civil War on Pompey In 49 B.C., Gaius Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon with his army, declaring civil war on Pompey and his supporters in the Senate. In this paper, I will explore the political and legal issues that pushed Caesar to the brink. Looking at Rome’s political struggles at the dawn of the first century B.C., it becomes apparent that the groundwork for Caesar’s Republic shattering revolt was lain down by Marius and Sulla. To be more specific, the stage was set by the class struggles

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    America

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    Filmography of Over 250 Motion Pictures Depicting U.S. History. McFarland & Company, Inc,. London: 1984. Shepard, Sam. Motel Chronicles. San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1982. Warshow, Robert. The Immediate Experience: Movies, Comics, Theatre & Other Aspects Of Popular Culture. New York: Doubleday & Company, 1962. West, Nathanael. Miss Lonelyhearts & The Day of the Locust. Toronto: New Directions, 1933.

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    The Japanese Entertainment Industry Thirty-five years ago, Japan’s entertainment industry found an answer to its problems. Still developing in the aftermath of defeat in World War II, and the subsequent restructuring plan instituted by the United States, Japan was without surplus resources. There was no money for the production of films. American films soon began invading the Japanese entertainment industry. Yet the Japanese people longed for entertainment which would reflect their own culture

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    How William Faulkner Constructs His Characters in Absalom, Absalom! Who says what - and how and when - may be the most compelling way William Faulkner constructs his characters in Absalom, Absalom! Storytelling is not just an act in which the saga of the Sutpens is recounted, revised, and even recreated; it is a gesture of self-disclosure. Each revelation about the past provides a glimpse into the present state of the narrating character's mind. The rhetoric, the digressions, the strange (and

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    Eva Smith in An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestly The play, ‘An Inspector Calls’, was written in 1945 by J.B. Priestly who was a noted socialist. At the time he wrote the play, the Second World War had just finished leaving England and the rest of Europe in chaos, leading up to this time there had also been many years of economic depression after the First World War. People were now coming up with new ideas and had new hopes for the modern world and how they could prevent this kind of thing

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    History of English Literature I. INTRODUCTION English literature, literature written in English since c.1450 by the inhabitants of the British Isles; it was during the 15th cent. that the English language acquired much of its modern form. II. The Tudors and the Elizabethan Age The beginning of the Tudor dynasty coincided with the first dissemination of printed matter. William Caxton's press was established in 1476, only nine years before the beginning of Henry VII's reign. Caxton's achievement

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    Cultural Activism and Culture Jamming

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    will make this form of dissent unavailable through its architecture or through law. It also must depend on how the future of consumerism itself proceeds. Works cited Bey, Hakim Temporary Autonomous Zones Wray, Stefan. Electronic Disturbance Theatre. San Francisco. Autonomedia: 1999. Andre The Giant Has A Posse website. http://www.obeygiant.com/articles.html Felshin, Nina. But Is It Art? The Spirit of Art as Activism. Seattle, Bay Press: 1995. Klein, Naiomi. No Logo: Taking Aim at the

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    Pride And Prejudice

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    Pride And Prejudice, Jane Austin   Jane Austin was born in 1775 in Stevenson, Hampshire. Her family wasn’t rich but managed to give her a decent education. At fourteen she began to write little plays for home theatricals. She also wrote nonsense story’s to entertain her family. After her father’s retirement they moved to the town of Bath. She was writing First Impression, now called Pride and Prejudice but couldn’t get it published till 1813. Jane led a quiet life and never married. She died

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    The Censorship of Art

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    The Censorship of Art While the censorship of art is not a new phenomenon, recent years have witnessed renewed and intensified attempts to control popular culture. In particular, rap and rock music have come under increasing attack from various sides representing the entire left and right political spectrum, purportedly for their explicit sexual and violent lyrical contents. In this paper is investigated which moral codes underlie these claims against popular music, how social movements mobilize

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