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    Asylums and Wild Beast As the stigma against the mentally ill grew, societies across the world began to remove them from the community. Insane asylums became the primary source of treatment for those with severe mental illnesses. While the intention was to alleviate the burden on society, these institutions were ramped with cruelty and mistreatment of those with mental illness. The cruelty endured by the mentally ill spanned well over a century and most of western society. Asylums locked up individual

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    The Failure of Crace’s Quarantine Quarantine is the latest installment in a sub-genre of literature where the central conceit is to tell a story from the point of view of the minor characters in a famous tale, with the more renowned stars of the originals taking in subordinate roles.  Quarantine he tells the story of Christ's forty days in the wilderness, but with Jesus shunted to the periphery, in favor of several other pilgrims.  In particular, the novel focuses on a trader, Musa--dishonest, loutish

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    In Beasts of the Southern Wild it quickly becomes apparent in the Bathtub family isn’t just your Father, it’s everyone. Working together to thrive in a harsh wet land so much to the point that almost every night it another holiday, another celebration. However in this land if you want to thrive you have to have a strong will. Most lose their wills before the storm hits. While Hushpuppy grows stronger, Winks fades. Throughout our story Hushpuppy, a six year old, shows she’s a strong willed

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    in nature have lost all the battles. However war is not always starkly clear. The complex relation between man and nature creates a base for conflicts and resolutions between human and nature in Frankenstein by Mary Shelly and the film Beasts of the Southern Wild. Despite seeming to be on the losing foot, it is nature that wins the war ultimately. Both the

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    know that this is not always true for all families. Waddell (2002) also talks about how the family can be a group of two, also a single parent or new partners and step siblings (p.124). The film’s “Tomboy”, “The Squid and the Whale” and “Beasts of the Southern Wild” all have different family formations. All the different family formations are apart of what Waddell (2002) argues that no matter who is apart of a family, they help or hinder the emotional growth of those who belong to it (p.124). In the

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    children have a very innocent mind and it is not as easy for them to understand unfortunate events. Though they are still affected by things such as the death of a family member, natural disasters and circumstances of that kind. In the film Beasts of The Southern Wild, Hushpuppy faces a few fatalities which are approached using coping methods. These methods are found in the BASIC Ph Coping Model developed by Dr. Mooli Lahad who is the director of the Community Stress Prevention Center in Qiryat Shmona

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    In class we watched two films, Beasts of the Southern Wild and Spirited Away. Each had for a protagonist a young girl. While Hushpuppy and Chihiro come from different cultures and have different value, they actually are quite similar in many ways. Chihiro, unlike Hushpuppy, was born into a middle- classed family. In the beginning of the film, Chihiro was shown in a car on their way to a new house. If Chihiro was poor, then she could not afford to move into a new house and have a car. The way she

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    Nature "What is man without the beasts? If all the beasts were gone, men would die from great loneliness of spirit, for whatever happens to the beasts, also happens to man. All things are connected. Whatever befalls the earth befalls the children of the earth." - Chief Seattle The love I have for orangutans comes from an early age. Like most little sisters, my older brother ruthlessly teased me. When I was a baby he would make me mimic funny faces and stick my hair up on end. He said

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    neighbor. Where they live neighbors are miles apart, with the woods between being home for many wild animals, as well as Indian tribes. The woman stays with the neighbor too long and does not realize night is approaching, and she hurries home. Spofford begins the story in a very realistic tone. On her way home she is attacked by a sort of mountain lion. Spofford gives a romantic description of the beast, never giving the exact name of the animal. “Suddenly, a swift shadow, like the fabulous flying-dragon

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    managed to face the beast inside him. But unfortunately, since the other boys still believed that the beast was a living, breathing creature, it resulted in the death of Simon. When comparing the characters in the book to real people, it is not hard to see the similarities. Simon was the first and only one to realise the real beast on the Island. He could be compared to someone like a priest or a good samaraton – someone who tries his best to convince everyone of what’s right. The beast was harmless

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