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    Armory Show Analysis

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    The Armory Show was one of the most important events that took place during the 1900s due to the fact that it introduced modernized European art. Thousands and thousands of people had come from all over to see all the art styles that they have never seen before. Although the Armory Show was an exciting time for the artists who had their work displayed, it was also a controversial time since most people thought that none of the pieces on display were art. Since most of the pieces were different it brought an extreme amount of media attention to the exhibit. The exhibit had over one thousand paintings on display for the general public to see, and not one of the pieces was something that the public was used to seeing. In the beginning of the 1900s…

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    The last thing we all want to do when we are reading a book is flipping the pages back and forth to understand the page you we are reading. Blackwater by Kerstin Ekman, was one of the most interesting and most complicated books I have ever read. Being used to American writing style, it was pretty hard to stay on track with Black Water since it’s a Swedish novel. Being a detective is the last thing I would of have thought of myself. The readers of The Blackwater have become an unlicensed…

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    I never was the writer who lived a rich life grand with detailed stories that gave them initial inspiration on my creation of a character, detail of a line or the crafting of a setting/scenario. I just started with something out of the ordinary and built off it. I will say that the only initial theme quantities I enforce are biblical allusions or themes that work as political commentary on religious matter. No matter what I am writing about it try my best to express a political statement or…

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    Truman Moral Development

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    start of Truman’s investigation of his life. He is slowly maturing and progressing through Kohlberg’s stages of moral development. In order for Truman to successfully progress through Kohlberg’s stages of moral development, he must learn to make his own set of rules for his own moral good. Kohlberg’s stages of moral development are also shown during the scene with Truman’s best friend Marlon. Marlon finds Truman while he is trying to escape his life and they are golfing in the street. Truman…

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    In her first chapter, Welsing quotes Neely Fuller claiming, “‘The reason that most white people hate Black people is because whites are not Black people’” (Welsing 4; ch. 1). According to Welsing, whites are genetically inferior to melanin-rich individuals because they do not have the ability to produce melanin, the substance that allows a person’s skin to create color. White is seen as “the absence of color,” which says that being able to produce melanin is normal and is something everyone…

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    Materialism refers to a collection of personality traits. The contemporary world is full of people who possess materialistic trait. They have a belief that owning and acquisition of the right properties is the vital ingredients of happiness. These people think that success is judged by the things individual possesses. In the book Feed by M.T. Anderson, the film The Truman Show by Peter Weir, and the articles “We Are What We Consume” by Ian Zimmerman and “Consumerism and its Discontents” by Tori…

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    big hollywood studio, which can be seen from space, where the world’s most famous reality show is recorded, The Truman Show is broadcasted to the entire world all the time. The main character of the show is Truman, who doesn’t know that his life is fake and everybody else are actors, even his parents and wife. Truman was adopted by the film company right after he was born, they raised him in the studio and since the town is surrounded by water, they made Truman hydrophobic by drawing his fake…

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    Peter Weir uses a selection of cinematic forms to express the challenge of new experiences in his film The Truman Show, and through theses cinematic forms he is able to visually present the idea of the challenge of new experiences. In Weirs film, all of his characters such as Truman faces new experiences and the challenges that comes with it. Weir selects the ideas of overcoming fear, trust and control, for his characters to visually show the audience the challenge of new experiences with the…

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    In 1982, Ellen DeGeneres, was named showtime’s funniest person and is still making us laugh today. Ellen DeGeneres, in full Ellen Lee DeGeneres, born January 26, 1958, Metairie, Louisiana, U.S., American comedian and television host known for her quirky observational humour. In 2012 DeGeneres received the Kennedy Center’s Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. After putting together a comedy routine for a group of friends, DeGeneres was asked to perform in local coffeehouses in the late 1970s. In…

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    Hattie Mcdaniel Biography

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    Hattie McDaniel As known as a great African-American Actress, Singer- Songwriter, Hattie McDaniel was a great woman who paved a way for several other African American entertainers in her time. During the rapid growth of the film industry, Hattie McDaniel was a woman of visionary that took the industry under her wings and evolved into a idealists to the media industry. Hattie McDaniel was born in Wichita, Kansas on June 10, 1893; she was her parents' 13th child. Her father, Henry,…

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