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    lives that were affected, or how disturbing the war really was to the soldiers that fought in it. Much can be interpreted by what people write.  The great thing about interpretations is that each writing can be interpreted differently.  Just like Tim O'Brien's book titled "The Things They Carried."  It is a very deep and touching collection of stories about the Vietnam War and many  peoples experiences in this destructive war.  One story that is a touching and very intriguing is titled, "The Man

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    Human Instinct in The Things They Carried Fear is a strong emotion that is constantly haunting the minds of the men in Tim O'Brien's book, The Things They Carried. Fear is handled by different men in different ways. However, through the characters of Dave Jenson and Lee Struck in "Enemies" and "Friends," two opposing reactions can be seen. HCAL defines cultural studies as something that can "...either create community or cause division and alienation"(240). By using cultural studies it is possible

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    Florida Georgia Line consists of two country singers, Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard. Ever since the two met at college, their careers have taken off. Florida Georgia Line is well known for its hit, “Cruise” which has had over one million downloads sold and topped both country radio charts. Due to this success, a remix was created with Nelly. This original song was released in 2012, and is part of the album, “Here’s to the Good Times,” whereas the remix was released in 2013. Cruise featuring Nelly

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    another number, and not even be phased. A case of this situation would be, "You scrambled his sorry self, look at that, you did, you laid him out like Shredded fuckin' Wheat" (O'Brien 2). However while this statement was being recited, an emotionless Tim stared blankly at young man whose life he himself had just taken. As he look at the young mans body he began to tell himself the story of the young man's life. "He had been born, maybe, in 1946 in the village on My Khe…He was not a Communist. He was

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    Special effects is known as a video or audio illusion in film or other media, created with computer-generated images, prosthetic makeup, pyrotechnics, etc. Or simply, special effect is techniques used in the production of scenes that cannot be achieved by normal techniques. In 1895, Alfred Clarke made what is normally acknowledged as the main ever embellishment. While shooting a reenactment of the decapitation of Mary, Queen of Scots, Clarke taught an on-screen character to venture up to the piece

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    Comparing Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith to Tim Burton Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith's Baloney (HENRY P.) and Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas illustrations encourage us to see the world through a distorted lens. I would like to compare how similar but yet how different the two illustrators are in the way they show their work in a distorted view. Scieszka and Smith have made Henry P. a different kind of sci-fi adventure of a boy explaining to his teacher why he was late to school. Smith

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    Traditional Ideologies

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    surround him/her. However, texts do not merely inform the reader of values present in the society. They can also reflect the current shift in values and attitudes away from the dominant ideologies. This can be seen heavily in the novel 'Cloudstreet' by Tim Winton. In this text many characters are seen to have somewhat different roles in the family that one would expect. Lester Lamb is an excellent example of this. The traditional role of the man in the house is to go out and work hard for his money and

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    Redemption and Murder in the First are two eminently engaging films about corrupt prisons and issues such as brutality occurring within the walls. "The Shawshank Redemption" is a compelling film about two imprisoned convicted murderers. Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins), is innocent, however. Convicted of killing his wife and her lover (a crime for which he clearly had a strong motive), he really "didn't do". Of course, as his jailbird friend "Red" (Morgan Freeman) puts it, "Everybody in here is innocent."

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    Disappearance into the Land

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    battle of one group of men versus another. Rather, it is a fight between Man and Nature. A desperate battle for survival. Will the land take you, or will you survive the horrors that lie in the darkness of night? This idea is one that is explored in Tim O’Brien’s novel The Things They Carried. This is a battle of Man vs. Nature, not only for physical survival, but one for emotional, mental, and spiritual survival. It is played out in many ways, and the attacks that are made against man are played out

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    Rebirth of a Spirit in The Things They Carried Speaking of courage is a story found in Tim O ' Brien's The Things They Carried about a solider named Norman Bowker who has returned home from the Vietnam War. As Bowker circles the town's "source of pride" he comes to realize that the town that he left so many years ago will never be the same. While his life was paused by the war, theirs weren't. He also comes to understand that while the people he once knew have changed that he has also changed

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