• Blue Jeans, Black Leather Jackets,
    Blue Jeans, Black Leather Jackets, and a Sneer: The Iconography of the 1950s Biker and its Translation Abroad In 2004, The Wild One turned fifty. In 1954, Brando and his band of outlaw motorcycle riders stormed across the screen and into the popular imagination. The anniversary marked fifty...
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  • A Cup of Tea by Katherine Mansfield: Creates a Contrast Between the Bland Ordinariness of a Cup of Tea
    1 2 A CUP OF TEA BY KATHERINE MANSFIELD 3 4 5 Comment [LS1]: The title is linked to the central incident in the story and also acts as a linking device between Rosemary and Miss Smith. As Rosemary emerges from the antique shop in the cold, winter weather, she feels she ‘ought to...
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  • The Wizard of Oz: Behind the Camera's Eye
    The Wizard of Oz: Behind the Camera’s Eye, Through the Camera’s Eye, and Through the Audience’s Eye Thesis written by Kimberly Adams Instructor: Patricia Krapesh Saint Mary’s of the Woods College ID302 Film Culture My thesis on the Wizard of Oz will look at this classic and belo...
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  • Blond and Blue Eyes
    Patricia Chanco Evangelista is a debater, TV show host, columnist, segment producer, product endorser and leader. As a 19 year-old student, she became the first Filipina to win the Best Speaker award in the International Public Speaking Competition - an annual contest sponsored by the English-Speaki...
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  • Blue Jeans
    THE BLUE JEAN GENERATION: YOUTH, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY IN BUENOS AIRES, 1958-1975 By Valeria Manzano Indiana University In 1975, tango poet Héctor Negro wrote about "an invasion that began sometime in the 1950s and put an end to an entire lifestyle: at that point, Buenos Aires was dressed in a...
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  • Out of the Blue
    Out of the Blue is divided into nine chapters, including ones on coral reefs and atolls, the great depths of the ocean, the Sargasso Sea, and, finally, a brief entitled "Into the Future." This last offers the usual hand-wringing about overfishing, climate change, pollution, humans the villains and t...
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  • Blue Ocean
    Blue Ocean Strategy Kim and Mauborgne A onetime accordion player, stilt walker, and fire-eater, Guy Laliberté is now CEO of one of Canada’s largest cultural exports, Cirque du Soleil. Founded in 1984 by a group of street performers, Cirque has staged dozens of productions seen by some 40 mill...
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  • Rizal in the Eye of Filipino
    Adolf Rizal (and his Half Brother, Rizal Zedong) Manuel L. Quezon III, Saturday, September 17, 1994 | | Here is the craziest thing I’ve heard (and I’ve heard it more than once, at parties): Adolf Hitler was really the illegitimate son of Jose Rizal. Here is the second craziest thing I’v...
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  • BLONDE AND BLUE EYES
    PATRICIA Evangelista, an 18-year-old communications sophomore at UP Diliman, won the 2004 Best Speaker award in the International Public Speaking competition conducted yearly by the English-Speaking Union (ESU) in London. The petite, poised and pretty Filipina emerged triumphant in a...
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