• Liter
    Herman Melville: Moby Dick Moby Dick (1851), is now considered one of the classics of American literature.one of Herman Melville’s main works. Herman Melville when he was the eighteen-year-old young man,he shipped out to sea,first on a short cargo trip,then,at twenty-one,on a three...
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  • Presentation of Simon in Lord of the Flies
    contrasts; this paragraph paints the whole scene in a positive, almost sacred way. At this point in the book the island becomes a utopia just for a second, while Simon’s body is taken away by the sea and the fireflies. Golding uses sibilance in the paragraphs ‘itself a silver shape beneath the...
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  • Yearling, the
    “Bambi,” and have students compare and contrast the setting, characters, plot, and morals in the book and the movie. Chapters 3 – 4 After reading 8 Discuss: Get students to work in groups. Each student chooses to be one of the characters in Chapters 3–4 (Jody, Penny, Ma Baxter, Ma Forrester, Fodder...
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  • Dwdwwdw
    impression of “that deep romantic chasm” contrasts to “A savage place” and opposing forces of “sun” and “ice” are all, in the end harmonized by the works of God. The composer’s deep curiosity enable him to see all aspects of nature, respecting the indestructible character of God’s creation, whether it is the...
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  • A Civil Action- Film Review
    , it is his professional duty to protect his clients’ interests, even if it has to be at the cost of truth and justice. He feels no pricks of conscience and uses every trick in the book to get his client absolved. Jerome’s character is in stark contrast to that of Jan’s towards the second half of...
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  • Hello
    convict and bring justice. Eight years later, Jean Valjean becomes a wealthy factory owner and mayor of Montreuil Sur Mer under a false personality. Fate plays with Jean Valjean as he tries to help an old man who was crushed under a heavy carriage. The strength of the relatively old man was...
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  • Camera and Lighting
    example of expressionistic lighting. The movie is based on Macbeth. The scene where Washizu (Macbeth) and Miki (Banquo) meet the old man (the witches) is very differently lit. The old man is lit up completely to give an illusion that he is glowing and show the audience that this is a character who...
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  • Vova
    Example: Character Foil: character that contrasts the main character. Example: Foreshadowing- hints that suggest what are to come later. Example: The foreshadowing Free Verse- a poem that is free of rhyme and resembles natural speech Example: Genre: French word...
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  • The Egyptian Movie
    woman, Sinuhe” and “I did not ask for this trash,” Darvi could give Maria Montez a run for her money in the camp sweepstakes. But she seems to have wandered in from a different, sleazier, less ambitious picture. The Egyptian was the first movie I’d seen that took a single central character from...
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  • The Language of Poetry
    Queen, God save the Queen. (vi) There was an old man of Thermopylae, Who never did anything properly; But they said, ‘If you choose To boil eggs in your shoes, You shall never remain in Thermopylae.’ (vii) Fear no more the heat o’ th’ sun Nor the furious winter’s rages; Thou thy worldly task...
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  • Dsfds
    street like a greased cobra. - Gloria Naylor ■ You know the type, loud as a motor bike But wouldn't bust a grape in a fruit fight. *Jay-Z Page 2 KEY LITERARY TERMS: 201-215 Here are three examples of METAPHORS: ■ In the movie High School Musical 2, Taylor compares Sharpay to an octopus when...
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  • My Love
    the audience. If the movie was slow, or didn't include things you thought were necessary, you can attribute this to the director. If you've seen other movies directed by the same person, compare them and determine which you like the most. Writing. Evaluate the script, including dialogue and...
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  • Global Tales - Stories from Many Cultures
    Compare and contrast the two stories by R.K. Narayan. Which story do you prefer and why? In all the stories and authors featured in "Global Tales", R.K. Narayan is the most respected and well-known author. From the short description of him at the end of the book, he created a space...
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  • Witness by Peter Weir Notes
    ‘wise old man’, representing a godly community whose innocence has remained intact. * Daniel Hochletter: * Strong but gentle man. * Genuinely and deeply attracted to Rachel, vies for her love with Book and although he is the loser, somewhat paradoxically he is the winner (because he is...
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  • Physical Journeys
    hardships faced by characters when exchanging their old world for an unfamiliar new one. In another way, the two texts contrast one another – in Migrant Hostel the travelers chose their path, yet in Cast Away, it was forced upon Chuck. In both texts, response to change through physical journey is examined...
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  • Gullivers Travel
    Gulliver's Travels Jonathan swift Reaction: This movie is a great movie for me because it shows that Gulliver is an educated man by his schooling and apprenticeship, and have a good knowledge of the sea. Because of his attitude many of Lilliputians love Gulliver, I thought from the start...
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  • Midterm 1 Notes
    : Great Moments from Movie Musicals * “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”, The Wizard of Oz * Only a few cuts * Simplicity requires confidence * Contrast with the circus of Les Miserables * Remains in character without melodrama * Impression that...
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  • Compare and Contrast Call of the Wild Essay
    CALL OF THE WILD The book and the movie of The Call of the Wild are both similar yet different. Like any movie based on a book, the movie of The Call of the Wild presents different characters and events than the book so it can be unique and enjoyable. In this essay, I’ll like to compare and...
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  • Global Tales - Stories from Many Cultures
    <center><b>Compare and contrast the two stories by R.K. Narayan. Which story do you prefer and why?</b></center> <br> <br>In all the stories and authors featured in "Global Tales", R.K. Narayan is the most respected and well-known author. From the short description of him at the end of the book, he...
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  • Sonny's Blues
    the hopping, but he still knows he is a prisoner. Compare and contrast the characters of the two brothers in "Sonny's Blues." What sort of person is the narrator? How does he feel about his brother? What do we know about Sonny and his feelings for his brother? Explain. The older brother is a...
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