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    product of his deformed vessel of his corporeality, reflects upon the prevalent deterministic worldview during Elizabethan era. Simultaneously, in the docudrama “Looking For Richard”, Al Pacino enhances the detriments of the human frailty and intersection deception evinced through the mastery of language and…

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    As times change, values and ideas often change as they are invariably shaped by their context. However, some remain constant throughout time and are universal. The 1592 Shakespearean drama Richard III and Al Pacino 's 1995 docu-drama Looking for Richard [LFR] were written four hundred years apart yet both texts address perpetual values and ideas that are common to both eras. Through a simultaneous study of both texts, the responder is able to understand the influence of context on aspects of the…

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    may opt to donate their organs by surgery under anesthesia from which the patient will not awaken. 3. History of it a. There are now five states in the U.S. that have legalized PAS, (physician-assisted suicide) those being Oregon, Washington, Vermont, Montana and now California. b. Though the Netherlands is the only country who has completely legalized physician-assisted suicide. c. Dr. Jack Kevorkian was the most well-known physician who advocated for patients stricken with irreversible…

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    The movies begins with a text describing how Castro opens the port of Mariel Harbor, Cuba, to thousands emmigrating to the United States in search of the American dream. The text also tells us that Castro unlocks the over packed prisons as well, allowing thousands of criminals to join the refugees. Tony Montana, the main character played by Al Pacino, is one of them. In Florida, Montana starts to make his way to the top, connecting with a powerful gangster by the name of Frank Lopez. Tony is…

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    In one of Shakespeare's tragedies-Othello, the most important character is not Othello but Iago. He is the one who builds us the story and bring the story to a climax. As an effective rhetorician, Iago uses various persuasive and rhetorical devices to manipulate characters in the story especially Othello. To achieve his revenge, Iago shows his honesty and loyalty in front of people, feigns to not share information or misinformation he wants to share along with a large amount of evidence,…

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    Values In King Richard III

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    is challenged, individuals being to question the absence of values such as moderation and integrity in their contribution to the downfall of an individual regardless of contexts. A challenge towards the belief of providentialism in Shakespearean society is explored in King Richard III, portraying the impacts of an aspiration of power towards one’s humanity, rejecting God’s will for an improved social position. This notion is reimagined by Pacino in Looking for Richard to mirror the social ideal…

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    Ethic I normally don 't admit this, but I like to argue. Usually I can keep my thoughts to myself, but lately I have been getting frustrated with people because they always agree with each other even though evidence or proof is lacking. Things that are said are accepted, and no good discussions occur. That is when I begin to play the devil 's advocate even if I know that the majority is correct. For example, I know that people should be stewards of the earth; in fact, most people I know also…

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    Who should make the decision that will allow a terminally ill person to die a painless dignified death, or should they have to continue to suffer until nature takes it course? Assisted suicide, the debate weather it’s morally right to assist someone to their death, while on their death bed, or to continue to administrate pain management until it’s their natural time to go. As of 2015, at least 18 states legislatures and District of Columbia are considering whether to allow physician-assisted…

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    Some Like It Hot

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    America in the 1959 was about partying, live music, illegal alcohol and the mob. In the movie Some Like it Hot all of those elements were expose. Starting with the first scene when the Chicago cops are chasing the Italian mob for having illegal alcohol and still got away. The next scene Joe and Jerry were in a live band playing at a funeral party. That was Chicago at its best, having illegal alcohol at the underground parties that were owned by people like Al Pacino and the mob. Another scene…

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    Al Capone Legacy

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    opportunity of the illegal use and distribution of alcohol and created an empire. Al Capone, one of the most notorious crime bosses in history had obtained his fame in this period. With the help of Johnny Torrio he created a crime empire that included having police on his payroll. The legacy of Al Capone is a popular topic when talking about gangsters and criminals, but not everyone knows how big of an impact that Chicago had on its residence. Al Capone was apart of more petty…

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