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    Barton Fink Analysis

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    Barton Fink (Ethan Coen 1991) demonstrates the separation of artists and artistic integrity when working in the Hollywood system, and implies the industry’s rigor towards giving entertainment and receiving capital. This disjunction becomes personified through the minds of Barton, a struggling writer, and Charlie Meadows, a mundane insurance salesman. Barton’s artistic integrity involves advocating for the common folk. Seeming as Charlie serves as a synecdoche for everyday people; he poses as a suitable muse for the Wallace Beery script. Unfortunately, Barton’s self-absorbance prohibits him from seeing Charlie as a reference for his assignment on the wrestling picture. Grappling to maintain his creative integrity, Barton seeks help from writing…

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    authors of their work as any writer, composer or painter.” (Lapsley, 1992: 105) Barton Fink and The Player undoubtedly and categorically question…

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    Linda Mcquaig Biography

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    Linda McQuaig is Canadian journalist, columnist, non-fiction author. She is best known for her series of best-selling books that challenge what she describes as Canada's departure from the principles of universal social programs . Linda first worked as a journalist while a student at University of Toronto Linda McQuaig , a well-known author and the NDP candidate for the riding of Toronto Centre,for Canada to meet its climate change targets, "a lot of the oilsands oil may have to stay in the…

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    Introduction: Clara Barton was born December 25, 1821 in Oxford, Massachusetts. She attended Clinton Liberal Institute and became familiar with abolition, women’s rights and education. (Whitelaw, 5) Her father, Captain Steven Barton, a veteran of the Indian Wars, was a great influence on her. Not only did he teach Clara military tactics, geography, and how to properly equip an army, as a woman he told her that she could do anything she desired. (Whitelaw, 6) She refused to be treated as less…

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    Henrietta Swan Leavitt was born in Lancaster, a small town in Massachusetts, on July 4, 1868. Leavitt graduated from Radcliffe College. She worked at Harvard University in the 1890’s as a human “computer.” Her job was to perform mathematical calculations in a time before digital computers could perform the same tasks. At this job she merely received 10 dollars and fifty cents a week, a pitiful amount given her great contributions to astronomy. She actually hadn’t started studying astronomy until…

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    Carter Husmann Mr. Clay Modern US History 14 October 2015 Clara Barton “I may be compelled to face danger, but never fear it, and while our soldiers can stand and fight, I can stand and feed and nurse them.”(Barton) These words were said by…. Clara Barton, was a nurse in the Civil War and the founder of the American Red Cross. She was known as the "angel of the battlefield" for her volunteer efforts during the Civil War. Her life was dedicated to her work. When the Civil War broke out, she…

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    Clara Barton once stated “I may be compelled to face danger, but never fear it, and while our soldiers can stand and fight, I can stand and feed and nurse them” (A Most Horrid Picture). Barton was one of the most influential Americans in the Civil War era. She was the founder of the American Red Cross which has helped millions of people get their lives back after tragedy. Barton had learned her vital nursing skills in her early years when her brother became injured from a farming accident and…

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    I hope you are well; I know I am. As of now, the American Red Cross has assigned me to a mobile hospital (Mobile Hospital No. 1) in Coulommiers, a commune located in the Seine-et-Marne department. Here, we treat the men who’ve been severely injured in the battle at Belleau Wood. Both professional nurses and volunteers work together here to minimize casualties. We all hope to greatly reduce the devastating impacts of war, although the frequent visits from Boche aviators make that a bit difficult…

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    natural disaster by giving assistance to the areas and people that needed it. The charity was able to provide 103,000 overnight stays in shelters and evacuation centers, serve more than 1.4 million meals and snacks, distribute 387,000 relief items, including blankets and comfort kits, deploy 225 response vehicles to deliver relief in hard-hit areas and made 32,000 disaster health and mental health contacts (“Your Location”). The goal of the American Red Cross is to cater for people affected by…

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    Clara Barton And Karl Marx

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    Barton is one of the most honored women in US history; her devotion and humanitarianism paved way for many others. Clara Barton, born December 25, 1821 in Oxford, Massachusetts, spent most of her life helping others. She became one of few female teachers during a time when the profession was heavily male dominated. Barton also worked for the federal government and provided supplies and personal support to soldiers during the Civil War. In addition to these accomplishments, Clara Barton is…

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