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    In the book “If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things”, we are faced with these themes and are forced to ask the questions why we as humans ignore that many wonders of the world. The books shows examples where the boy Shahid’s existence was not known until his believed death, and beautiful and mundane things are not though of like crushed glass, the idea of existence, naming, and unique characters until they are pointed out. This book in the end makes us as the reader recollect with the notion of our own ignorance and how we should avoid it, so we do not miss a Shahid, or a boy from number…

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    Voyeurism In Film

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    Classical narratives have been found to stimulate the desire of looking thorough integrating structures of narcissism and voyeurism into the image and story. Narcissist visual pleasure is achieved from the self-identification with the image while voyeuristic visual pleasure is achieved from looking at another as our object. The traditional cinema’s narrative structure has been said to portray men as powerful and active characters while the female character is perceived as powerless and passive.…

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    The narrative structure of As I Lay Dying is fundamental in understanding the complex tensions, motives and emotions of the characters; especially that of Darl Bundren and his relationships with both the reader and those surrounding him in the novel. Although each character faces his or her own personal challenge in the novel, Darl is the sole character that has the most evident effect on his family, community members and the reader. The narrative structure forces the reader to consider that…

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    Monomyth In The Odyssey

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    that all narrative patterns are repeatedly used in different variations throughout history and all derive from one mythology. (Campbell) The Odyssey by Homer acts as a foundation for many ensuing stories throughout history, creating the common theme of a hero’s journey. This journey can also be studied in George R.R. Martin’s book series A Song of Ice and Fire, through the character of Daenerys Targaryen and her narrative, in which a hero takes a long voyage home from war. By applying Campbell’s…

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    Memento Film Techniques

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    Nolan structures Memento uniquely by presenting the scenes backwards; the opening scene of the film is actually the final scene chronologically. The narrative structure and techniques of neo noir in Memento serve a greater purpose as they effectively put the audience…

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    “distinctive and exciting visual style, an unusual narrative complexity and a generally more critical and subversive view of American ideology than the norm”. Film noir utilizes the Hard-boiled tradition and German expressionist features to portray a film that is both complex and fascinating. In combination of the Expressionism, Fatalism and Realism that the film portrays, film noir conveys a dark world and a sense of unusual surreslism to the audiences. Meanwhile, the unique patterns of visual…

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    can buy-this includes films. Maltby and Craven (1995) argue that films are made up of many different elements, such as a script, story, director and so on. They say these elements are then intertwined together by producers and production companies to satisfy the current needs and wishes of consumers at a given point in time. Storytelling style is an important part of achieving the commercial aesthetic, and Hollywood responds to what audiences want by taking a more ‘show’ rather than ‘tell’…

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    Critical Commentary 3 Cancer is the second leading cause of death (CDC, 2016), the urge of a better treatment pushed many Researchers to search for a better treatment. A new lung cancer drug has been found, better then chemotherapy and makes patient live longer. In this narrative article, many characters were part of it: The Writer of the article, Researchers, Patients, and the FDA. The setting was going back and forth between characters. There were many reasons for choosing this artifact,…

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    In the short stories “The Storm” by Kate Chopin and “The Gilded Six-Bits” by Zora Neale Hurston, infidelity is a clear theme within both of these stories. Character’s actions during and after committing infidelity immediately describe how the characters are as a person. Both stories are different when it comes to the setting and tone, yet both stories share similarities in the action the characters’ commit, narrative structure and the theme. The author’s narrative structure starts by describing…

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    in which a gender role can be defined varies when viewing the research at an ethnographic standpoint. The key importance in conducting these various types of research depends upon the researcher’s methodology. Sometimes members of various cultures are coherent of their cultural traditions and standards so their viewpoints aren’t always accustomed to accuracy.…

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