Alejandro Jodorowsky

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    “Every one of us is a perfect human being, deformed by the family, the society and the culture.” This quote by Alejandro Jodorowsky talks about how living in an imperfect world will impact us as people, though the quote doesn’t talk about dystopias directly, the genre is an example of how the world around us affects our minds. Though written in 2 extremely different dystopias, Flawed by Cecilia Ahern and Forsaken by Lisa M. Stasse demonstrate an originally accepted hero, who later fights an overbearing government that takes control of the citizens lives. One similarity Alenna Shawcross and Celestine both share is that they are originally accepted in society however later realizes how wrong the rules really are. In Flawed, Celestine is dating…

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    from my interactive design and Authoring classes.over the years I became stronger on the computer as far as coloring it has been one of my weaknesses since I was younger weather it is with marker, paint, or pastels and as I grew older working more and more on the computer those weaknesses grew. When I start creating, I always keep the mindset of creating what I like, no matter how good it is if I do not like it I usually will not share it with anyone but myself. A lot of the art I make are self…

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    In “Should immigrants assimilate?”, Alejandro Portes and Min Zhou address the pressure to automatically assimilate that continues to hound second generation immigrants. They weigh the costs of this automatic assimilation and the effects of evident discrimination of a second generation immigrant that follows if assimilation is refused. Mary C. Waters’ article, “Debating Immigration”, acknowledges the inconsistencies of public debate and credible studies dealing with second generation immigrants…

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    Hypatia Research Paper

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    Described as a beautiful and well proportioned woman, Hypatia was a woman able to make a profound difference in the mathematics and science of the present day. Hypatia is believed to be the most notable and prominent women in mathematics until Marie Curie. The exact birth year of Hypatia is highly debated, but the most common theory is that she was born in 370 A.D.her father was Theon of Alexandria. Theon was a professor at the university of Alexandria. Very little is known of Hypatia's mother.…

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    Hypatia Research Paper

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    Described as beautiful and well proportioned, Hypatia was a woman able to make a profound difference in the mathematics and science of the present day. Today many scholars believe that Hypatia may be the most notable and prominent women in mathematics until Marie Curie. The exact birth year of Hypatia is highly debated, but the most common theory is that she was born in 370 A.D. Though there is no solid information about Hypatia's mother, historians and scientists have learned much of her…

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    The movie Babel is revolves around four cultures and families that are, in one way or another, linked to each other. The movie takes place in Japan, Morocco, America, and Mexico. In each setting the culture is exhibited in great detail and many stereotypes of each are proven to be false. In Babel, Yasujiro Wataya, father of Chieko Wataya, had given Hassan his rifle in thanks for being his guide. Hassan later markets off the rifle to Abdullah, father of Yussef and Ahmed. Yussef later takes aim at…

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    Babel And Cate Blanchett

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    The 2006 film Babel starring Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett focuses on four different, yet interrelated plot lines: Two young Moroccan goat herders, an American couple on vacation in Morocco, a deaf-mute Japanese teenager and her father, and a Mexican nanny who takes the American couple’s children across the US Border without the parents’ permission. The film is mostly about people in different parts of the world who are unknowingly affected by each other in different ways. This film relates to…

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    Essay On Valerian

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    Metal, which is still published today in the United States, attracted the attention of a whole generation of artists when it was launched, and made French and Belgian comics and European comics in general even more popular with a generation after new visions. The cross-influence from comics to cinema should not come as a surprise and Star Wars is not the only case. In fact, Luc Besson’s film The Fifth Element is said to have “borrowed” the idea from the comic seris The Incal, created in 1980 by…

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    Textual Analysis Of Alien

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    by any rules of appearance or behavior, it becomes an amorphous menace, haunting the ship with the specter of shape-shifting evil. Ash (Ian Holm), the science officer, calls it a ‘perfect organism. Its structural perfection is matched only by its hostility” (Roger Ebert), making it one of the most deadly creatures ever encountered. Years later, director Ridley Scott’s Prometheus (2012) and Alien: Covenant (2017) would expand on the alien’s mysterious origins. The birth of the Alien story…

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    “Everyone of us is a perfect human being, deformed by the family, the society, and the culture.” Quoted by Alejandro Jodorowsky. Huckleberry Finn, the main character of the book, demonstrates one part of an epic adventure between his own heart and the society he lives in. It evidently states that Huck 's heart is in the right place and he can tell that society 's heart isn 't. His own deformed conscience was because of his community 's backwards outlook on the world. In the novel The Adventures…

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