Anthony Michael Hall

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  • A Clockwork Orange Analysis

    Student Resources in Context. Web. 10 Mar. 2012. "Anthony Burgess." Newsmakers. Detroit: Gale, 1994. Student Resources in Context. Web. 10 Mar. 2012. Banks, Gordon. “Kubrick’s Psychopaths.” Society and Human Nature in Stanley Kubrick’s Films. July 4, 2010. Burgess, Anthony. A Clockwork Orange. W.W. Norton & Company Inc. New York: 1962. Burgess, Anthony. “Introduction.” A Clockwork Orange. W.W. Norton & Company Inc. New York: 1962. Clune, Anne. "Anthony Burgess." DISCovering Authors.…

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  • Cupping Student Debt Summary

    Cupping Student Debt In this cartoon, Joe Heller illustrates the feelings that every student has in relation to students loans. Heller’s purpose in this cartoon is to draw attention to the enormity and un-manageable amount of debt they acquire over the course of their college career. He uses a combination of wording, design and symbolism in order to effectively empathize with the struggle that every college student experiences, drawing the conclusion that college is too expensive, forcing…

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  • Importance Of Translocational Positionality Theory

    Literature Review – Theoretical Approaches The proposed research adopts translocational positionality as a theoretical framework to examine the versatility of multi-cultural individuals, especially in an ethnoculturally diverse setting, and their care seeking behaviour in the use of CAM. Translocational positionality as a theoretical concept is conceived as a “placement within a set of relations and practices that implicate identification and performativity or action” (Anthias, 2002b p.501).…

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  • Interview Your Classmate

    When I was a little girl, I used to think that all the people in the world speak the same language, and they all have the same skin color. Because, I never met the other kinds of people who are totally different from me. But now I know, there are so many kinds of people living on the same planate. They have different skin colors, and speaks different languages, too. On the other hand, I am currently living in a country which has the highest diversity rank. On the other day, I obtained a project…

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  • A Clockwork Orange Free Will Analysis

    The philosophical question of if we, as individuals, have free will is one that does not produce a concrete answer. But in 1971, Stanley Kubrick brought that question to life in a film called A Clockwork Orange. This film portrays a young man named Alex, who is a criminal gang leader, and participates in the Ultra-Violence. Does Alex have the free will to choose his fate as a dangerous, drug-induced criminal in society or is has his fate been predetermined since birth? Could the environment in…

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  • Power In Titus Andronicus

    “Titus Andronicus”, The Theme of Power And Its Significance “Titus Andronicus” is strewn with various subjects ranging from treachery to revenge and all emotions mixed in between. But there is a specific theme of power materialization in several forms. There are three types of power themes that are prevalent in “Titus Andronicus”. These themes are female, male and parental power, which are all significant and commanding each in its own way. These power displays are neither blatant nor subtle,…

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  • Character Analysis: The Clockwork Orange

    “Am I just to be a clockwork orange?” is the quote the entire book, The Clockwork Orange focuses around. It shows the yearning of all humans to be able to think for themselves and make their own decisions. The Clockwork Orange, written by Anthony Burgess uses the main character, Alex, to express the significance of individual freedom in contrast to doing what is right. Throughout the book, Alex is put through many ordeals that leave him inquiring whether it is better to have no choice in his…

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  • Lady Snowblood Analysis

    As much as the mainstream Japanese filmmakers excel in family drama, the "underground" ones excel in exploitation. Since the end of the 60's, when the increased popularity of television had already taken a significant toll on the industry, the majority of the large-scale studios were forced to produce films that included sex, violence and S&M, to earn a profit. Thus the rise of the exploitation genre, a category that manages to shock people, even nowadays. The following list includes ten of the…

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  • Diversity In Margaret Peterson Haddix's Among The Hidden

    End of Unit: Diversity Have you ever just ask yourself the question “What really is ‘normal’?” In the novels, Among the Hidden by Margaret Peterson Haddix, and Alex Rider: Eagle Strike by Anthony Horowitz the protagonists live less than “normal” lives. In Among the Hidden, the protagonist Luke Garner does not officially exist because the government does not allow families to have more than two children in fear of a global food shortage, so Luke is forced to stay in his home, and the most he’s…

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  • Critique Of Totalitarianism In Anthony Burgess's A Clockwork Orange

    On the surface of A Clockwork Orange, a novel by Anthony Burgess, there appear to be two sides, a “good” side in the form of religion, and a “bad” side in the form of the State, a totalitarian government. However, there is not a clear juxtaposition between the two sides. Despite the fact that Catholicism is thought of as being an institution of the highest morals, and efforts are being made by the State to eradicate behaviors that are deemed detrimental to society, there are no noble…

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