Bernard Madoff

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  • The Greatest Moment Of Time Analysis

    On July 16, 1969, an unforgettable and historical event occurred. This was a time of significance and overwhelming achievement for mankind. Neil Armstrong was the first man to step foot on the moon, along with the help of his colleague Edwin Aldrin. Both of these men are widely recognized for their brave and courageous act. With all the complications and challenges they might’ve gone through, people supported them every step of the way thanks to Times of London for publishing an article…

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  • Citizen Kane Mirror Scene Analysis

    Citizen Kane was made in 1941 directed by Orson Welles, it is one of the best films of all time, created by one of the best film directors and cinematographers of all time. The movie contained several sequences and famous scenes that make this film a remarkable masterpiece. Mostly imply wonderful sound, lighting and shadowing, and camera angles. As a result of the actors performances play a big role of making this film very memorable. Therefore, I will personally explain why I enjoyed…

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  • The Shower Scene In Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 Psycho

    this editing was not about taking 50 clips of a scene and moving the about to make a story, but rather to just get past censorship. Music in different genres each have their own classical, memorable moments. But none come close to as how influential Bernard Hermann’s shower scene music is. Even though for the particular movie, it wasn’t one-hundred percent necessary, it helped elevate the title of the film as being one of the most recognizable to date, but it also helped revolutionize the horror…

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  • Bird Symbolism In Lord Of The Flies

    The Birds represents more than the threat post by nature Daphne Du Maurier’s 1952 novelette The Birds depicts a small town in England during WWII where all the birds inexplicably started to attack people. While it perfectly captured nature’s cruel mechanism, The Birds actually represents more than just the threat post by nature. In fact, It also represents the notion of a threatening presence, larger than human beings with unrivalled power, an example of this that people are more familiar with…

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  • The Evil Dead Opening Scene Analysis

    The Evil Dead is one of the best horror films of all time. Its greatness due to a great original screenplay and directing. The film Evil Dead has a cult following and for good reason. It is highly praised by names like Stephen King. Evil Dead was written and directed by Sam Raimi. It stars Bruce Campbell in the leading role as Ash Williams. The story is about a group of five college kids go who to a cabin in the woods for a vocation. Once there they find an audiotape that unleashes evil…

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  • Bernard Berenson: The Study And Criticism Of Italian Art

    Bernard Berenson was born in Lithuania in 1865, and moved to America when he was 9 years old. Berenson studied art history at Harvard on scholarship, and set off traveling Europe in 1887 with monetary help from patrons, specifically Isabella Stewart Gardner. When money started to run out Berenson still desired to stay in Europe, so he became active in the art market. In 1890 England, Berenson met his future wife, Mary Smith, and with her collaboration, began writing books on Italian art. His…

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  • An Analysis Of Alfred Hitchcock's Universal Cable Films

    Universal Cable Productions has inked a deal with Alfred Hitchcock’s Estate to create and produce an anthology series based on the filmmaker’s movies. Suspense is considered a main driving force for some movies, whether it’s for frightful tenacities, or to keep to audience on the edge of their seat. Many would argue, that Alfred Hitchcock was the master of this craft, as he manipulated frames and distorted reality to leave audiences in a constant state of indecisiveness. From the most popular…

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  • The Narration Of Kane In Faulkner's Rosebud '

    1. The story of Kane is told in a nonlinear fashion. Name the 5 different characters telling the story. Which parts of Kane’s life are they narrating? (In general terms) What do you think these characters represent? (Think symbolically) Tratchers notebooks - James guardian, tells about Kane’s childhood Bernstein - Kane’s friend and employee. Bernstein, a bespectacled Jewish man, is the only character who loves Kane unconditionally. Tells about Kane’s Jedediah Leland - friend of Kane,…

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  • The Glen Ridge Rape

    Our Guys: the Glen Ridge Rape and the Secret Life of the Perfect Suburb, an outstanding novel based on the Glen Ridge rape case by Bernard Lefkowitz, explains in the great detail about the rape between the victim and the suspects. Lefkowitzs goes into great detail about the Glen Ridge rape by explaining the social problems of the town, how the community heavily influenced a social role for young men and women. The all-star jocks in Glen Ridge picked Leslie Faber to be their victim of rape…

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  • Short Story: The Frustrated Taxi

    “Where’s my mother?! I can’t see her!” I hysterically shouted to the clueless chinese taxi driver. I tried to comfort both my sisters by gently telling them everything was going to be fine. I clenched my fists as anxiety washed over me. “Don 't worry,” I whispered in a shaky voice “I 'm sure we are almost there.” It was 1:00 am and the outside world was dark and blinded by fog. After driving through a dark alleyway the taxi came to a halt. Looking around I saw our hotel; The filthy hotel had…

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