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    verification of a job well done; it is a demand for more. Therefore, the continual, participatory declaration of the wrestling event indicates the existence of a contrast interpretive setting in the theater. Kayfabe expands past the physical space of the wrestling ring and the arena for the discussion and media around the event. Professional wrestling is supposed to be ‘real’ (Mazer 67). Over time; however, the mystique wore off. In 1999, officials for the WWE have distanced themselves from professional wrestling rebranding it as “sports entertainment.” (De Garis 194) Barthes describes professional wrestling as follows:. Professional Wrestlers like Roddy Piper and Hulk Hogan began taking roles in scripted movie roles and other wrestlers like Bret Hart, Chris Jericho, and Mick Foley later wrote autobiographies that disclosed information about the professional wrestling business. Nowadays, the WWE even produces its own documentary programming describing how a wrestling show is drawn up: how the professional wrestlers are formed into heroes and villains, how the professional wrestlers train to make the wrestling action look real. For Mazer, professional wrestling is not only wrestlers who work around and inside the wrestling ring, but it is for fans too. The WWE clearly no longer cares about breaking kayfabe and guaranteeing that wrestling seems real; anyone past adolescence who forgets that they are observing a scripted professional wrestling show is referred to as a “mark”…

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    Francis Brett Hart was born August 28, 1836 in Albany, New York. His parents were Elizabeth and Henry Hart. Bret Harte did not have a great relationship with his, in fact, his father had included the “e” in Hart to distance himself from Francis. His father had worked in an Albany private school which eventually got run out. The family kept moving around in the North Atlantic states so Henry Harte could have a job as a teacher. In 1845, Henry dies, which leaves the the family to ask for money…

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    Sam Brunner Mrs. Lawrence Composition 11 9 December 2015 Literary Analysis of The Outcasts of Poker Flat by Francis Bret Harte Many people are forced to leave their homes and their hometown. Poker flat lost several thousand dollars, and experiencing lawlessness or you could say it has become ungovernable. A committee has formed to remove any and all improper persons. To restore the town to the former glory and restore the laws and government that was once in the town. Many of the characters in…

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    Mexico City: The Birth of a Civil Society Being one of the worst earthquake to ever hit Mexico, the 1985 Earthquake of Mexico City struck in the heart of the country and brought consequences that would later prove to shape the citizens sentiment towards the government and its officials. It sent the country into a frenzy and their inability to properly manage rescue operations proved to be fatal for the thousands of people who relied on the government to save their life and the lives of loved…

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    really was. Further on into the story, the reader finds out she used to work in a saloon and Jim regularly came to her. This is an illustration that Miggles, may be a prostitute or something of that nature. However, once the group sees how much care Miggles has for Jim, they grow to change their mind about her. Miggles is praised by the group as if she was family or a very good friend to them. Bret Harte illustrated to the readers of Miggles, that someone cannot judge a book by its cover. The…

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    In the story, “Good Country People,” there are many themes; however, the main theme is identity. Throughout the story, many identities are shown but by the end of the story the real identities of the characters are revealed. O’Connor enlightens the reader they may often be fooled directly by an individual who is pursuing a separate identity. For example, during the story, the Bible Salesman fools the community by betraying their trust in him, Mrs. Hopewell rudely misjudges others, and Joy…

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    Mark Twain and Jack London’s San Francisco Earthquakes Earthquakes are devastating tremors that cause serious damage. Mark Twain and Jack London describe two earthquakes they witnessed in San Francisco. In Mark Twain’s essay, he uses a satirical and humorous approach when describing human reaction towards the sudden earthquake, through a first point of view, and carefully chosen descriptive words. Jack London, on the other hand, focuses mainly on the effects the earthquake had on the city.…

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    importance of Richard Rodgers What does the sound of music, Oklahoma, South Pacific, and Cinderella have in common. They have the music written by the Richard Rodgers. Richard Rodgers helped change the face of Broadway musicals, he changed them by giving them each individual stories that made them both memorable and loveable. This essay will discuss how Richard Rodger early life affected his work, his legacy, and the importance of his work. Richard Charles Rodgers was born on June 28, 1902, and…

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    In 1835, a young Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote a short story called, “Young Goodman Brown” about a man’s spiritual journey in Puritan America. A hundred and fifty-six years later Bret Easton Ellis wrote, “American Psycho” once more focusing a man’s journey, although less about his spirit and more of his psychological problems during the 1980s. Although, on the surface, these two stories do not seem similar they do share a lot of similarities, almost to the point where American Psycho could be seen…

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    Machiavelli, Kautilya, Clausewitz, and Jomini were all strategic thinkers who presented models for describing the nature and character of war. Each of them could certainly be credited with providing insights in statecraft and military power. Each also had insights limited by the context of the conflicts of their times. Subsequent theorists had the advantages of not only reading the works of their predecessors, but also the perspectives of understanding such areas as geopolitics, economic and…

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