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    The story starts in Boston, Massachusetts with Clay Riddle, Clay is an author and artist. Clay is in Boston when some type of terrorist attack or Virus turns some people into bloodthirsty zombies, but only the people that were talking on cell phones. These "Phoners," as they were called later in the book, are vicious and violent, killing everyone, Phoners and people alike. Clay eventually flees with Tom McCourt and Alice Maxwell, they soon realize that the phoners have changed and are searching for

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    A Patriarchal World

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    tainting of authenticity, clouding (memories of) the familiar-the villain being the television. The happy community of extended family is, in the end, supplanted by the glowing idiot box that kills conversation and turns its suburban audience into zombies. In Yezierska's work, she epitomizes the struggle between the Old World and the New World. The patriarchal father, representing traditional Jewish ways, and Sara Smolinsky, the heroine, struggling against her father with the desire to reconcile

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    In Tori Bosch’s First, Eat All the Lawyers she analyzes why society is so obsessed with the idea of zombies. The author connects zombie shows/movies with blue collar professions taking over. “In The Walking Dead, the strongest survivors come from blue-collar backgrounds --- cops, hunters, mechanics” (Bosch 652). Bosch uses The Walking Dead to back up her ideas of why viewers connect zombie shows with their personal fears of failing in an apocalypse. She emphasizes that people with white collar jobs

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    Prejudice + Zombies

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    have action, adventure, and a good love story. One of the best examples of a movie containing all three of these components is a film called Pride + Prejudice + Zombies. Throughout this entire movie, there is an overwhelming amount of action and adventure. For example, all through the movie, the characters must fight countless of zombies as they travel from place to place looking for somewhere that isn't polluted with the smell of death. The two main characters, Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy, cross

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    “Night of the Living Dead” Film Analysis Essay Connor McGuire 66 sentences The Night of the Living Dead is a 1968 horror film that shocked the country with its concept of zombies attacking the living. In the beginning you have two siblings Barbara and going to put a reef on their grandfather's grave for their grandmother. They traveled a far distance to get their and as Barbara is being picked on by her brother they spot a man walking around the graveyard. Barbara’s brother chooses this

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    Video Games

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    Video Games BANG! You fire another round into the horde of zombies’ lurching toward you, and reach for another clip. Then you realize that you’re out of ammo, and there’s still loads of rotting corpses walking right at you. You take out your handy combat knife and prepare for a fight. Of course, you’re not actually being attacked by zombies; you’re playing a video game. Video games are the world’s fastest growing industry, with a net worth of more than 30 billion dollars (“zdnet.com”). They

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    The Walking Dead Analysis The Walking Dead is a television series based on post-apocalyptic life after a viral infection spread throughout earth allowing zombies to take over almost all of the world. The survivors are left with two choices, fight for their lives or turn into a zombie like the rest. The main protagonist in this television show is Rick Grimes who was a cop before this outbreak. He had been shot and in the hospital to wake up to the chaotic mess that is nothing like he has ever

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    Africa

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    When I was first assigned this research paper on Voodoo, the first thing I thought of was Voodoo dolls, zombies, and evil magic. I think Voodoo is an evil religion which sacrifices humans as well as animals to demonic gods. I think it has been around for thousands of years, but is little left today. I believe that Voodoo is nothing but evil and the work of the devil. Voodoo originated in Western Africa by the Yoruba tribe. The Yoruba religion has about four hundred lesser gods called Orisa. This

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    Zombie Haiku Analysis

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    I am disgusted. These books make the attempt to humanize these monsters, and in that attempt I nearly vomited. First, Zombie Haiku, humanizes the zombie who does not even have an identity. Mecum tells his poetry through the writing of a zombie. Zombies eat brains they do not have brains. This zombie has relatable emotions on the most disturbed level. Making it almost not relatable. “Fresh foods smells so good like pasta mom used to make. Mom brains smell good” (Mecum, 40). This zombie is remembering

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    Scopolamine

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    of thieves in India to drug their victims into a stupor. It has also more recently come to light that datura is a key ingredient in a paste used in Haiti to maintain a lack of free will in people who had been resurrected from their graves as Zombies to be enslaved for manual labor. The Oracle at Delphi may have used datura to prophecy, while the the dung of beetles fed datura was used to execute unfaithful lovers. Scopolamine (C17H21NO4) is a heterocyclic compound with a single chiral

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    Zombies In Our World

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    emblematic significances. “Zombies” encompass a territory between real science and survivalist conjecture. We have to understand a zombie’s history, modern relevance, the science around them, and how to survive such creature outbreaks. Zombie History Zombies have been known to be a major phenomenon in Haiti. Haitians believe in two things about zombies; when a person is possessed by a spirit its soul is not allowed in heaven, and when a farmer is believed to be successful he has zombies working for him. A

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    Zombies are real!

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    have you ever wondered if zombies were real? Or are they just another object to kill in video games? People can turn into zombies if they don't get enough sleep at night. Lifestyle, health, and the environment can all cause someone to have insomnia. A person’s environment will affect his or her sleep. The amount of stress someone is carrying, the temperature, and lighting all contribute to the sleeping environment. “Concerns about work, school, health or family can keep a person’s mind active

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    The Living Dead

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    zombie; also know as the living dead. One of the greatest living dead directors and screenplay writers would have to be George A. Romero. From his famous trilogy of living dead movies his final installment, Day of the Dead, proved to the world that zombies can be just as scary as any other horror monsters. He was thought as the only horror director that could make a good horror picture with the living dead. Then in 1985, a director and screenplay writer by the name of Dan O’Brian created the movie

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    911 members of his flock to kill themselves by drinking a cyanide potion, and they did. It seems cultists were brainwashed by this megalomaniac Jones, who had named their jungle village after himself and held them as virtual slaves, if not living zombies. Jones himself was found dead. He'd shot himself in the head, or someone else had shot him. Is it plausible that more than nine hundred people took their own lives willingly, simply because he told them to? This paper will examine aspects of certain

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    Ever world

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    when they fall asleep in the ever world. When that happens they are transported back to the real world so they are always trying to catch a few winks in the ever world because they miss home so much. While they are in the ever world they are like zombies in the real world, alive and well but not their usual perky selves. The ever world is full of danger, mystery and excitement of some kind, you get my drift; it's never boring. Several gods that ruled the normal world a few thousand years ago created

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    by a zombie epidemic of apocalyptic proportions. Believing his the only person alive, he returns home to discover that his wife and son, Carl, were missing. He heads for Atlanta in search for his family. Barely escaping death at the hands of the zombies on arrival in Atlanta he is aided by another survivor, Glenn, who takes Rick to a camp outside the town. There Rick finds his wife Lori and his son, Carl, along with his partner/best friend Shane and a small group of survivors who struggle to fight

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    Girl interrupted

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    way or ran away for a day or two, off to seclusion they would go. When taking mentally unstable patients and putting them in solitary confinement all they can do is sit there and think crazy thoughts; so when they come out they were usually like zombies. “One of the worst things we watched, though, was Lisa coming out of seclusion two days later.” (Page 21). How can that help anyone? Another type of treatment used is wrapping a patient in freezing cold sheets. It is possible, by a far stretch of

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    In conclusion, the topics of societal breakdown, relationships, and society are the central pillars that make up the central narrative of Station Eleven. In post-apocalyptic literature, whether consciously or unconsciously, these make up the bulk of what the reader sees, hears, and experiences within the narrative itself. Specifically within the post-apocalyptic narrative of Station Eleven, one sees plainly these themes, but not in the form one would expect. Firstly, the fact that theme of societal

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    Storyline of the Game – The Last of Us Set twenty years after a disease wiping and infecting the majority of the human population, transforming them into zombie/fungal mutant that eat human flesh. Survivors of the attack live in a barricaded city (s), under the control of government forces and surviving however you can. Since the horrendous outbreak, the entire world has gone into a state of panic, as officials try to make order with this disaster. Eventually a group called the ‘Fireflies’ try to

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    Possum Research Paper

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    Introduction Your in your house at night then you hear a noise kinda like a hiss then you look down and you see a possum staring at you and you jump with fear but no need to fear possums aren't really dangerous there animals that are a part of nature and i tell you some information about the night time critter the possum. What are possums Possums are marsupials (which means they have pouches) that only look for food at night these things live under houses, in trees, and in woods. There

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