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    “Director, Wayne Wang produces a modern romance film which depicts the delicate balance between the Cinderella legend and the self-help notion of working for a better life. Georgette Griffin reports. U pon its release in 2002, Maid in Manhattan, tries to treat this theme of class and opportunity , without any real depth or insight. This Wayne Wang film is a romantic comedy film which captures the themes of the damsel in distress and the classical Cinderella story which is represented by a charming

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    Comparing the Novel and Film Version of Joy Luck Club Wayne Wang's adaptation of Amy Tan's Joy Luck Club combines literary and cinematic devices by adopting the novel's narrative techniques and strengthening them through image and sound. The adaptation exemplifies not a destruction or abuse of Amy Tan's novel, but the emergence of a new work of art, not hindered but enhanced by the strengths of its literary precursor. Incorporating her family's own experiences as Chinese immigrants to the

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    We’ve been living a lie for over five hundred years now.  In 1492 Christopher Columbus set sail for India and in the process presented the concept of a round world. I even believed it, up until now. In reality the world is flat, despite everything they tell you in grade school. Recent years have transformed the spherica shape we once knew to a completely horizontal and level playing field.  Part of this drastic change stems from the technology boom, allowing all countries to be in constant communication

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    In this poem, the poet describes a contemporary war which was more intense than those in the old days and the hopelessness for soldiers to come back from the war. When the speaker got the news that his friend, who saw service in that war, was coming back, he was then in an emotional conflict between the eagerness to see his friend returning from the war and the worry about if his friend was still alive or not because he understood the cruelty of the war. A possible theme of this poem is the senselessness

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    Good Earth

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    House of Hwang and the rise of the Wang family was shown. The story completed a “circle of life”, with Wang being the center of the circle. While Wang at first was intimidated, he also looked down on the House of Hwang, he soon found that when his family became rich, his house fell onto some of the same “curses”. In both houses, a lack of love for the land was highly noticeable (except for Wang Lung), opium was used, slaves were bought and sold even though Wang first opposed slaves, and the future

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    Empress Wu

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    court. Kao Tsung’s empress, Empress Wang, was jealous of a new concubine that Kao Tsung gave much affection to. Her name was Hsaio Shu-Fei. She then ordered Empress Wu to grow her hair back and come back to the Tang court. She did what she was told and came back. Empress Wang’s plan was to take away the affection that Kao Tsung gave to Hsaio Shu-Fei. Empress Wang’s plan worked, but it also backfired on her. Empress Wu got Kao Tsung’s affection, but still, Empress Wang was not satisfied because she still

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    Wrestling and Creatine Monohydrate

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    Daily, Dr. David Wang said, "the deaths most likely were a result of the weight-cutting process" (Younge, 1998). Assistant Coach for the Gophers, Marty Morgan, defends the medically unpopular methods for cutting weight saying, "the medical world wants this [the deaths] to be wrestling related, and the way we cut weight, because for years they've wanted to ban this, and outlaw it and change it" (Younge, 1998). Although many plead for research and scientific data on the matter, Dr. Wang believes the medically

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    company’s classic Christmas tradition is unwrapped, discarded, and replaced with a glitzy and glamorous moneymaking expenditure? Many dance enthusiasts are left with this lingering question as The Boston Ballet struggles with a recent announcement from the Wang Theatre, its lifelong performance home, that next year’s production of the Nutcracker is being replaced by a touring show of the infamous Radio City Rockettes. "Im pretty certain this decision was driven by money, which draws the question in everyone’s

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    Book III in Wang Shifu's The Story of the Western Wing One of China’s most popular love comedies, The Story of the Western Wing (Xixiang Ji) by Wang Shifu (1250-1300) dramatizes a scholar-and-beauty romance. Zhang Sheng, a promising student, and Cui Yingying, a beautiful maiden, meet in a temple, fall in love at first sight and after a series of thwarted attempts, they end up happily marrying each other, after the student has passed the civil exam as the top one, of course. Among the five

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    Railroads in Hamlet

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    In the 1920’s, the country was experiencing “the most explosive decade of the century,” or, as it has been called, “The Roaring Twenties” (Wang). Everything great was happening for the country in everything from music to politics and fashion to the stock market. That was until one ‘Black Thursday’ on October 24, 1929 when the stock market crashed (Wang). This started what is now commonly known as The Great Depression. Jobs were lost, people starting starving, suicide was attempted, and the

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