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    Book Analysis of World War Z by Max Brooks

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    Tristan). His book encompasses many social and political themes in the world today. The book reveals true fear and shows the strength of the human race. World War Z was written as a collection of stories from all around the world about the war against zombies. These stories cover the events that happened before and after the war. I really appreciate how Brooks took the initiative to describe the initial stages of the infestation all the wa...

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    Infected

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    The depressing thought of killing real adults, and small children. I started to feel guilty. Everyone I knew were killed, everyone I loved and cared about. Flames occurred in my eyes, and my adrenalin was pumping more than ever. The time was smash zombies o`clock. The clash was nearly over, with dead bodies everywhere. The fight was non dramatic and went my way. With blood on my fingers I had no thoughts on what to do next. I was all alone, and I felt so extremely lonely. My magic powers were gone

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    Love is Dead

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    and wishes he could just be with her for a night. Through it all a news telecast talks about a new disease that is: taking lives, reanimating the dead, and spreading the undead. A news report shows cities overrun and warns people to stay indoors as zombies overrun the news telecast. Dusk on sixth street in Erie PA it is littered with abandoned cars and dead bodies. Frank and Joel are walking down the street cautiously looking through the cars and around for somewhere that could offer shelter.They come

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    McClellan. Fahrenheit presents the firemen as the tools of censorship and illegal books. Since books rarely exist in their society they look not to things of intellectual worth, but to things with physical and non-thinking pleasure. As the people become zombies to television and the "four walls," which is a form of television in their society they become resistant to change. They like everything to happen neatly and predictably, just like the television shows. Mildred, Montag's wife, becomes totally dependent

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    will be hit by multiple huge hordes of zombies. According to a classified military source all survivors will need to survive on their own for approximately six weeks before the international military forces will be in a position to deliver food supplies. This report outlines how the Stirling troop will survive the next six weeks. Location One of the best possible locations in the general area of Adelaide would be Stirling because of its low population of zombies and abundance of useful resources. Within

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    Film Analysis: Aliens and Attrition

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    Justification This horror film combines two of the major themes found in modern cinema. It integrates science fiction and zombies to produce a unique new type of horror film. Along with this, it is within a historical background that is not usually seen in these genres. This setting does not detract from the film though, but rather broadens the possibilities for these types of films. Currently, zombie films are very popular, and science fiction is climbing back to the pinnacle of success that it

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    a run as it was a rapid trudge. As we hurried away from the zombies we constantly slipped and tripped in the foot deep, wet snow. The undead we had left as we investigated the sound were now thawed and took down two of Sarge’s men before we could get past them. I heard the fallen’s screams but could do nothing for them. This was a race with death. We were hindered with our bulky clothing and thick arctic footwear while the zombies were mostly just in normal clothes and their thin legs pushed

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    and Dexter. Ever since their parents died two years ago, James now must look after his younger brothers and keep them out of trouble. James worked in the US Army till his parents died and the zombies practically took over the world. Now he works as a Hawker. A Hawker is someone who is directed to kill zombies that escape from behind the wall that is holding them in. “Ok

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    Evaluation Essay

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    finally start living.” That is the quote that is written on the back of every graphic novel of The Walking Dead series. The Walking Dead series is a story of a group of survivors in a post-apocalyptic world where the dead walk the earth as flesh-eating zombies. On October 31, 2010 the series became the AMC original series with the same name. Four years and four season later it is now a very popular show with a huge group of viewers breaking the cable record with its season four premiere and setting it at

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    The ZOA

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    bathroom and my teacher said yes, so I got up and started to open the door, what I saw gave me a heart attack. A zombie. I closed the door and yelled “Zombie!” The teacher was like “You let your imagination get the best of you.There are no such things zombies in the real world.” she gets up and walks to the door and opens it and says “Can you come here, please?” It started groaning and moves faster toward her. Blood starting dripping from it’s mouth. She screamed and ran into the room. The zombie got

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    Some people would do great in the zombie apocalypse. Rednecks, soldiers and bodybuilders would be at their prime, slaying huge mobs of zombies and looking good doing it. I am not one of those people. I was a fucking art major from New Jersey. I’ve never even held a gun in my life, I hid my face in a pillow during the scary parts of horror movies, and I had an affinity for feather boas. But here I was, walking alone through the deserted streets of New York City with a .45 slung over my shoulder.

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    “Because the living dead freeze solid” (122), when word starting to get out that there were zombies, people’s first instinct was to go north. Family after family packed their belongings and ventured to campsites throughout northern Canada or wherever they felt was cold enough to escape the plague. Many people were still trying to hold on to their

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    George Romero’s Zombie Films: A Plague of Meaning, a modern day analysis of George Romero’s popular living dead movies, does an excellent job of conveying its message to a large mature audience. The analysis, written by L. Andrew Cooper and Brandy Ball Blake, attempts to convey the deeper meaning behind Romero’s Living Dead movies. This analysis does not target horror fans as one would expect, but attempts to appeal to any mature reader. The writing clearly conveys its meaning to a wide audience

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    eassy

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    bunch of “zombies” in the hall way. and behind these zombies was this gigantic mutated zombie with a machine gun stitched on its right hand, and its left hand was holding a machete, and behind all of that was the exit door, but there was a problem; a bunch of them were near the door they were blocking the exit. One of our ideas was getting their attention I was the decoy, then suddenly they all looked at me, while I was getting there attention my friends were slowly walking behind the zombies to ...

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    Run like Hell

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    said as she smiled and cocked her shotgun. Leo smiled as he and Eve ran out the back door. Amber rushes toward the back door and barricades it with a statue next to it. The sound of bullets and the growls of the zombies can be heard from the rubble. Seconds later the sounds of zombies diminished from the front entrance and was replaced by soldiers talking on their radios. Amber can hear the sound of the helicopter hovering above. "Military it is then. Alright Amber let's do this." Amber states

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    A Cultural Studies Approach to "Enemies" in The Things They Carried Two men who fight over a jackknife in "Enemies", a chapter in Tim O'Brien's work, The Things They Carried.  A cultural studies approach to "Enemies" allows the reader to look much deeper into the meaning of the events that unfold in "Enemies".  The fight over the knife could very well reflect the events occurring in society during that time. In short, "Enemies" is about two men, Lee Strunk and Dave Jensen, who are battling not

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    scarring and battling zombies to competing with other survivor groups. Based on the violence and mature topics addressed in the show, it would seem that the show is aimed at a Young Adult/Adult audience (18+). So when analyzing the particular episode (Season 5, Episode

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    human abilities. She escaped Umbrella; however, the entire world has been infected with the T Virus, but it did not bond with their blood so they turned into zombies. The entire Resident Evil movie series revolves around the Umbrella Corporation chasing Alice, but Alice always manages to escape or fight them off. She also kills a lot of zombies on the run. Halloween revolves around a serial killer, Michael Myers, trying his younger sister Laurie Strode. When Michael was six he killed his older sister

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    Monsters And Messiahs

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    it used like “The principal downside to any zombie attack is that the zombies will never stop coming the principal downside to life is that you will never be finished with whatever it is you do” (pg.41). This can be tight to the current times because we as people never stop, we are always afraid of getting behind, that we have become like zombies or running from zombies. This author also points out are fascination with zombies a growing fad that has people preparing and imagination what their reactions

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    “Ryan”. I came over just thinking they did something stupid and needed my help. I look at the TV and they watch the news in fear. A virus has spread in southern Asia. This virus attacks the brain and makes you crazy and hungry for human flesh. Zombies are in the back rushing towards the reporters. As I watch, live reporters are being mutilated on camera and everybody at work also had their eyes fixed on a TV. Nobody thought it was real and that it was just a hoax somebody was pulling. I resumed

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