Bob Hoskins

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  • Bob Hoskins Research Paper

    There are many people who suffer from nervous system disorders. One famous person who suffered from a nervous system disorder is Bob Hoskins. He was a famous actor, who has stared in over 100 films during his acting career. He is most famous for his roles in Hook and Who Framed Roger Rabbit. On 28 October 2011, Hoskins was diagnosed with an aggressive form of Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s disease is a nervous system disorder that affects movement. Parkinson's disease symptoms change as the disease progresses, with some becoming more profound over time and new ones appearing (Bob Hoskins Death: How 'Hook' Actor Died from Pneumonia after Parkinson's Diagnosis). This disease has to do with an imbalance of the dopamine neurotransmitter (Zimbardo,…

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  • Lago's Love In Othello

    The characters in the play Othello by Shakespeare depict different attributes from revenge to love. The behavior of Lago is the subject of analysis of the essay. Lago’s attitude towards women and Othello is appalling. He feels an obligation to serve Othello while also accusing him for having an affair with his wife. In Act one, scene three, Lago believes that Othello has slept with his wife. He states; “it is thought abroad that ‘twixt my sheets/ he has done my office” (1.iii.286). Lago is the…

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  • The Path To Redemption In A Christmas Carol

    creditor who has a cold heart and replies “Humbug!” to all of the Christmas activities. He declines his nephew’s Christmas dinner invitation and irrationally fires his hard working employee Bob Cratchit. That night Scrooge is visited by the ghost of his old business partner, Jacob Marley, who warns him of three more ghosts that will be visiting him at one, two, and three a.m. The first ghost that visits Scrooge is the Ghost of…

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  • What Is The Redemption In A Christmas Carol

    money-pinching man. Ebenezer Scrooge is a scrooge. A scrooge is a person who is stingy with money, they would rather do anything than part with a buck and they are really stubborn people, which is the perfect word to describe Scrooge. Well it was the perfect word, until Ebenezer Scrooge redeemed himself. Even Scrooge changed, that means that if the meanest and stingiest person can change, anyone can. You have to be willing to make an effort to change, because if you make an effort than you…

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  • Microcosm In A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens

    her and how he will never love her more than money. Then the ghost takes Scrooge to when his ex fiancée now has a husband and family. Charles Dickens shows us that falling in love will never bring true happiness and the things that are missed when putting money first before anything else. He also shows the difference between the happiness of one who appreciates the things they have more then those who don’t and are not open to loving others. In Stave 3, the second spirit, the Ghost of Christmas…

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  • Shawshank Redemption Conflict Analysis

    There are a number of conflicts Frank Darabont used to show institutionalisation in the film Shawshank Redemption. This is shown in physical, verbal, internal conflict between the prisoners, guards and the warden. Conflict can be found in the form of physical violence. At Shawshank prison physical violence was not only common between the inmates but the guards were also violent toward the prisoners. The first few years Andy was at Shawshank Red’s voice over stated he would, “every so often, turn…

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  • Analysis Of The Shawshank Redemption

    Through the days in Shawshank, Andy never lost hope. Loosing hope inside of Shawshank is like Captain Hadley beating “Fat Ass” in the first scenes. “Fat Ass” lost all hope as soon as the prison doors shut and he knew there was no escape. Andy took this into consideration to always have his guard up and not let things get to him. When meeting Red he met somebody who reflected Andy’s life. Seeing how Red was a down to earth guy helped Andy throughout his time in Shawshank prison. The director of…

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  • Bob Marley Culture: The Stereotypes Of Jamaica

    This stereotype is another thing that Bob Marley and his family are revolved around. The Marley family are well known for their music and more importantly their long dreadlocks. Their hair is a huge trademark in the Marley name. With their name being so big in Jamaica the jamaican dreadlock stereotype started. The dreadlocks hair style is now a big trademark of the jamaican look. It is also a big part of the Rastafarian religion. That 's another reason why so many jamaicans have this look. In…

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  • How Does Music Influence Art

    Another researcher, Kerry Candaele, director and producer of Iraq for Sale and author of the article The Sixties and Protest Music agrees, “While there were patriotic songs that did very well…the vast majority of Vietnam War songs fell into the category of anti- rather than pro-war songs.” Candaele felt that the Vietnam War was one of the main reasons it was hard to find peace in the 1960s. The new-found psychedelic music and drug culture began to enlighten people’s minds and create peace.…

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  • Slavery In Bob Marley's Redemption Song

    Redemption Song recounts the story of slavery; Bob Marley sings about faith, self-preservation, hope, and freedom in his depiction of the Afro-Jamaican emancipation from slavery. In the opening lines of Redemption Song, the prevalence of “i-talk” is quickly established. Lines 1 through 4 proclaim these words, “Old pirates yes they rob I, Sold I to the merchant ships. Minutes after they took I, From the bottom less pit” . The notion of oneness as one Afro-Jamaican nation is evident in these…

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