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  • R & B Breakup Song, End Of The Road

    Introduction R&B break-up songs have captured the audience’s attention since they have been around. These breakup songs have been able to captive and grasp the attention of their audience. Burn by Usher, End of The Road by Boyz II Men, and Anytime by Brian McKnight are examples of the sub-genre R&B breakup songs. Does the song End of the Road successfully fulfill the characteristics of this genre effectively compared to the two other songs provided? Artifacts Burn – Usher Burn is a breakup song preformed by Usher, who wrote the song along with artists Jermaine Dupri and Bryan-Michael Cox. This song is about a breakup in a relationship. It was rumored to have been written about his personal life, and Usher’s song soon began to top various…

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  • Biker Boyz Movie Analysis

    Biker Boyz Critique DeWaun Bowman Methodist University The movie Biker Boyz is very powerful and it carries a strong message throughout the entire movie. It’s about the underground world of motorcycle clubs and not so legal street racing. A young man who is 18 years old named Kid (Derek Luke). Started his own motorcycle club named “Biker Boyz” after witnessing the death of his dad “Slick Will” at one of these races. He wants to be the one in charge the one everyone idealized…

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  • Boyz N The Hood Character Analysis

    “Boyz N The Hood” is a 1991 American crime drama film by John Singleton and starring Ice Cube, Morris Chestnut, Cuba Gooding Jr, and Laurence Fishburne. The storyline revolves around a group of three young male adults raised in the Crenshaw slums of Los Angeles and details the various difficulties that they face in their daily lives as they try to make in life despite being from the ghetto. The themes of race, violence, love, and future prospects are prevalent throughout the film, and Singleton…

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  • Boys N The Hood Analysis

    Nickishia Menardy The film Boys N’ the Hood, written and directed by John Singleton, was released in 1991. Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. plays the role of the protagonist, Tre Styles, as viewer watch his coming of age. Unlike most films, this was not a typically coming of age story. In the first scenes we see as Tre’s mother, portrayed by actress Angela Bassett, struggles to keep Tre out of trouble while juggling her school and work load. After Tre fails to keep his end the promise to his mother,…

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  • Subjectivity And Consequality In Drown, By Junot Diaz

    Masculinity is the possession of the qualities traditionally associated with men. Men have an unspoken privilege in America and other countries. listed male privileges and a few that stood out were the privilege of violence, to make rules, womanizing, not being judged, and physical strength. These privileges are attached to the male persona and are given to men by the society at hand. Men do not typically have a choice when it comes to these privileges and some men may fall victim…

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  • Othello And Trifles Analysis

    Emotionally, it takes a strong woman to suffer as Desdemona does from Othello’s accusations; consequently, Emilia reminds her that mentally it is men’s “frailty that thus errs,” though she only expresses these thoughts privately. Emilia’s implication of women’s superior mental intelligence is also demonstrated in “Trifles” when Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Hale secretly solve Mr. Wright’s murder, while the clueless men vigorously investigate to no avail; all the while, Mr. Hale, unaware of the ladies…

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  • Theme Of The Yellow Wallpaper And A Rose For Emily

    Until recent times, women have been oppressed in a patriarchal society, leading many women to be unhappy or even go mad. Women were only allowed to do as much as their husbands, or even other men in society, deemed acceptable for them. This foreboding oppression and lack of control is the case in both The Yellow Wallpaper and A Rose for Emily. Both women become unhinged after they cannot handle the rules of society that must be followed. In both The Yellow Wallpaper and A Rose for Emily, the…

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  • The Role Of Okonkwo's Fear In Things Fall Apart

    In “Things Fall Apart” by Achebe, the main character Okonkwo is driven throughout his entire life by fear, which in the end becomes his undoing. This fear is grounded on becoming like his father. Now unlike most men, Okonkwo’s fear was not living up to his father’s expectations or even gaining the respect of his father. Okonkwo’s fear was that he would indeed grow into a man that resembled his father. This fear began in his childhood when Okonkwo was hungry, hungry because his father was lazy…

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  • Arm Wrestling With My Father

    Arm wrestling with my father is about a boy and his father being competitive in arm wrestling and them having a physical relationship, more than your typical father son relationship. Arm wrestling was a thing he did with his father and how they expressed their love for each other. His father didn’t really know how to express his love for him son so he showed it through physical sports which was arm wrestling. The love him and his father had for each other was always there, even though they…

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  • The Mask You Live In Essay

    Jennifer Siebel Newsom’s documentary, The Mask You Live In (2015), is a demonstrative rhetor that makes boys and young men confront to stay true to themselves while consulting world’s definition of masculinity. The issue of masculinity creates an argument on the functionality of Kairos and the rhetorical situation in this documentary. In other words, where does this issue of masculinity applies, and who discusses this issue and who is the victim to see this issue. Accordingly, documentaries are…

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