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  • The Real Monster In Stephen Crane's The Monster

    a very kind man in town. Unfortunately, after his accident caused by saving Dr. Trescott’s son from the fire, the town sees Henry as a monster because this accident is the reason his face got burned. The people around him do not consider the fact that he is as a person; they only focus on how he looks (a monster). In the movie Carrie, Carrie White is viewed as the monster in school. She is a shy and awkward girl in high school, and everyone else around her is extremely social and they all have friends (Carrie). Since the other students see her as this weird new girl who happens to have a crazy mom , they all start to think that she is a monster. “She is known as a monster in her school and the word ‘monster’ equals to ‘different.’ However, happened all because of the monsters that started bullying her” (Monsters In Our Society). Carrie White is a girl and looks like everyone else that is in high school, but because she acts differently from everyone that goes to school with her, they all end up judging her and treating her like she is a monster. The bullies are the monsters because they act inhuman by making her feel terrible about herself. In both Carrie and The Monster, there are monsters that try to make it seem like the victim is the true…

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  • Women In Horror Films

    dichotomy of the virgin vs. sex kitten, innocent vs. deviant, pure vs. impure female image and the religious undertones that drive this binary. This film does, however, stray from what feminist theorists have called the “male antagonist,” as Carrie acts as both the antagonist and protagonist in this film. On the contrary, Carrie does fit the virgin profile while other females in the film fit the sex kitten profile. In order to better understand the reflective theory in the context of this film,…

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  • Female Objectification In Stephen King's Carrie

    using the ‘male gaze’ and punishing women for any kind of sexuality. Brian de Palma’s 1976 film adaption of Stephen King’s novel Carrie is no different. Although marketed to young women, Carrie is fraught with female objectification and fetishization with an overall lack of progressive female characters. It would seem having a female protagonist as…

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  • Carrie To Fall Like Carrie: A Literary Analysis

    of the lavish stores, hotels, and houses lead Carrie to fall…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Country Music

    Dixie Chicks, Carrie Underwood, and many others have tried to take on the men of country music, and these clichés the men of country music have created. Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood have encouraged women to stand up to men who treat them wrong or treat them the way country songs nowadays treat women. “Gunpowder and Lead” chorus goes “I 'm goin ' home, gonna load my shotgun, wait by the door, and light a cigarette. If he wants a fight, well, now he 's got one and he ain 't seen me crazy…

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  • How Music Affects A Person's Life

    rather than listen to music about drugs and death. We are encouraged to go out and find a role model as early as the age of three. Some Children will choose their mom or dad, some will choose Superman or Batman, and then you have some kids like me who choose a singer such as Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood to be their role models. When we begin to look for role models, we look for specific aspects and traits that we admire in that person. We strive to be like our role models. Little boys…

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  • Introduction of Prohibition Essay

    Introduction of Prohibition Prohibition was introduced to all American states apart from Maryland in 1920. Prohibition was the banning of alcohol; you could be arrested for sale, manufacture and transportation of alcohol. There were many factors that influenced the introduction of prohibition, One of the main factors was the temperance movements two examples of this were the anti-saloon league and Women’s Christian temperance movement. The temperance movements…

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  • Personal Essay: What Makes Up My Culture?

    have learned that in order to be successful and to be the best you can be, you need to take time to be become these qualities. It is important that we are patient and understanding with others especially as healthcare providers. A quote that represents my culture: One quote I live by daily is “ Dance as though no one’s watching, Love as though you’ve never been hurt, Sing as though no one can hear you and Live as though its heaven on earth.” I believe this quote is important because I…

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  • Almay Cosmetics Paper

    Almay has been effective as setting itself apart by providing special need cosmetics and has high standards on manufacturing guidelines (Almay Introductions, n.d.). Almay even chooses its brand ambassador who braces the company core values. Carrie Underwood was chosen earlier this year as she believes, as Almay’s does, that makeup should be easy for women to feel their most beautiful (Revlon, n.d.). The company had reportedly chosen Selena Gomez but after it was reported Gomez was in rehab…

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  • Guns N Roses: Song Analysis

    For this paper, I have chosen to present my exploration on one of the greatest rock bands in American history, Guns N’ Roses, as well as the so called “Reigning Queen of Country Music”, Carrie Underwood (Schiff, 2014). The particular song I have chosen is “Paradise City,” and with this song being recorded originally in 1987 by Guns N’ Roses, Underwood decided to perform her own version in 2014 at the Country Music Association Festival. The purpose of this paper is to explore particular artists…

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