Ariel Dorfman

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    1- In the article “the nomads of language” the author Ariel Dorfman claims that people from Colombian villages took their ancestors’ bones as a reminder of their history and to remain connected to the people who generated them. Until now people when they migrate, they could take their family pictures with them. According to Dorfman, not all people carry their ancestors’ bones to the new land, but all of them carry their own language to the migrant country. Language conveys people’s history, traditions, customs. Dorfman says “to defy the fluctuation of time and geography” these villagers assumed that taking their ancestors’ bone would assist them to withstand the change in culture and language. 2- People take with them their language which…

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    The Beach Research Paper

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    The beach was my favorite song. The gull’s obnoxious caws as they flew overhead hunting for snappers, the toddlers laughing at the mischievous waves that grazed their unexpecting toes, the running dialogue and staccato beats of laughter that danced between me and my friends: every sound was a note in the ever-familiar symphony of the bay. When I was here, the rest of the world seemed strikingly bleak. Nothing could compare to the rickety green dock called my name, the soft sand that warmed my…

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    make it out of there fast enough. The day was coming to an end and I could feel the sadness wash over me. Yet the day wasn’t over yet. As we were walking out of the theater, I saw her. There in the gleaming sunset with the cresting of white sea foam waves was my mermaid. She had strands of liquid gold hair, sea glass blue eyes, and a velvety teal tail. She flashed me a pearly smile and waved. I slowly approached her transfixed as I shamelessly stared. Here was my mermaid. My dream come true.…

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    mermaid is no exception. The little mermaid’s change of character is far more obvious in Disney’s version of the tale. While the original little mermaid is quiet and thoughtful, Ariel is daring, courageous, and full of curiosity. It’s a refreshing change – she is not like all those other meek and submissive Disney…

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    Ariel the little mermaid has become unhappy living in the ocean and wants to embrace the chance to live in the supernatural world, where humans live. Again, she can’t accomplish such task alone, therefore, getting help from the sea witch, Ursula. Ursula’s overall plan is to take over the ocean waves from the king and sees Ariel’s delemia as the opportunity to do so. Ariel, the little mermaid, is convinced by Ursula’s eels to take a visit to her. Once there the sea witch knows the answer to…

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    so and instead throws the knife towards the sea and dissolves into sea-foam. In spite of this, the mermaid discovers that due to her selflessness she has been turned into an ethereal spirit and is given the chance to earn her own soul. Alternatively, in Disney’s “The Little Mermaid”, the mermaid is portrayed as a 16-year- old girl named Ariel, who too longs to visit the human world. However, in this version she spends her time with her companions, Flounder and Sebastian and constantly visits the…

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    Stereotypes In Cartoons

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    evil? Cartoons seem to have a way to share a secret message that we don't see unless we're looking closely. The message that you're not beautiful unless your skin is light, you have a small waist, and have long skinny legs. This is one of the many ones you can get from watching closely. As kids we don't notice this. To us it was another character needed to bring the movie along. It seems to me that they don't think we notice, this which is partially true. Most of us don't but now we're coming…

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    In the movie Ariel is a beautiful teenage girl who is stubborn and very curious. She has a lot to learn about patience and wisdom but she is not blind towards good and bad but she is an explorer that wants to see the world. She falls in love with a human and can’t help but to constantly think about him, Ariel ends up coming across Ursula, who is very evil. Ursula has ulterior motives and strikes a bargain with her. Because Ariel was acting independently she thought she had everything under…

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    Who is the Little Mermaid? For me, when I was growing up, all I knew was Disney’s version. The Little Mermaid was a teenager named Ariel who fell in love with a prince named Eric. He was on land; she was in the sea. Going against her father’s advice, Ariel goes to the sea witch Ursula so that she can walk on land as well. Through ups and downs, the story concludes happily and everything is a fairytale ending. That’s what fairytales are--happy endings, right? In today’s society, when we hear…

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    Ariel A.K.A The Little Mermaid Ariel, the Little Mermaid, sadly passed away on the beach due to water poisoning on July 8th , 2023. She was only 49 years old at the time. She was swimming on the beach with her old friend Flounder. Flounder is Ariel’s friend from her youth when she lived underwater. Ariel was born to King Triton, the king of Atlantica. Ariel loved to explore and she loved to collect anything unusual in the sea, like gadgets and gizmos. As she is out exploring, she meets a…

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