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  • The Importance Of My Life

    Sometimes in life, the people most unlike us make the greatest impact. It happened to me 11 years ago. I began noticing an elderly gentleman in the Midwestern town in which we both lived. What was unique as I observed him was that he was always delivering homemade cookies. I was a reporter at the local newspaper and I thought he might have a story to tell. I parked behind him one fall day as he was delivering cookies to employees at a bank. When he returned to his vehicle I struck up a…

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  • The Role Of Traditions In 'Like Water For Chocolate'

    most common exemplified traditions all throughout Like Water For Chocolate. The De la Garza family often gets together after Tita and Chencha cook large feasts. The purpose of family feasting is to really host a large communion after long periods of not being seeing together. The parties allow everyone to exchange feelings, reminisce and update each other on how each others lives are going. Another tradition in Like Water for Chocolate is Tita devoting her time to taking care of her mother.…

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  • Personal Experience: A Career As A Nurse

    “Nursing is one of the fine arts: I almost said the finest of arts.” -Florence Nightingale We sat down and her purse got its own seat. Kate was wearing a gorgeous smelling perfume that filled our area. The table was full of lunch foods and two chocolate chip cookies. The first 20 minutes of our meeting was purely catching up. We chatted about our days and mutual friends. Her phone rang and that brought our attention to the purpose of the meeting, which was the interview. I learned so much…

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  • Part One: The Rhythm Of Life By Matthew Kelly

    differences in people’s lives everyday when we choose to live with purpose. He mentioned the story of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Specifically, the end part of the story when Charlie returns the everlasting gobstopper that he was going to steal and give to Wonka’s competition. He returns it to Wonka and that humbling act granted Charlie the keys to own the Chocolate Factory. Charlie mad that big of an impact of Wonka by simply taking a piece of candy out of his pocket. The same can be…

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  • Corn Maze Poem Analysis

    Corn mazes are huge, sometimes extravagant, mazes made out of corn where children and children at heart find amusement in making wrong turns and getting lost looking for the end. David Barber uses a corn maze to show that in life everything we do, whether a positive or a negative impact, is an experience. Experiences form the basis of all types of human relationships (Volkmer). Barber uses paradoxes, an extended metaphor, and diction to portray the idea that the experiences in life impact one…

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  • Gaspard Competitors

    #34. Gaspard Ulliel’s Gelled Look A famous French actor, Gaspard is known for spotting a unique hairstyle. This includes a wet, sleek, and flat appearance that gives him a formal appearance. Those wishing to copy the actor should take caution and avoid making the hair look completely sleek wet and flat. #35. Style With Extra Volume Tapering the sides and the nape section provides those who prefer long hair with a commendable choice. To achieve this, application of wax, a product to boost…

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  • The Theme Of Crime Comes Punishment By Tim Burton

    With Crime Comes Punishment Although the movies Tim Burton directs have various plots, they all have one thing in common, their theme. In the movies, Edward Scissorhands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Beetlejuice, Burton uses music and sound, costuming, editing, and props to emphasize the theme of crime and punishment. Burton portrays that if one does something they know they shouldn’t do or are told not to do, their actions have consequences. Burton uses numerous other cinematic…

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  • Charlie And The Chocolate Factory Lighting Analysis

    characterizing a socially awkward difference. He uses many techniques to torment the detail of his characters and their differentiated personality from their setting. To take into consideration, there are the movies Edward Scissorhands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, along with Big Fish to show the wide variety of techniques and their desired effect. Burton’s desired effect is to alter the audience’s emotions and builds a feeling inside like none other, with the uses of lighting, shots and…

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  • Harry Potter Prisoner Of Azkaban Analysis

    Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban uses principles of sound, cinematography and elements of Mis En Scene to immerse the audience in the dark and mysterious wizarding world. Sound is a powerful film technique, especially one such as Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, where sound and sound effects help to shape the understanding of the wizarding world (Bordwell and Thompson, 267). Generally, there are two different types of sound, diegetic and non-diegetic. According to Film…

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  • Cinematic Techniques In Tim Burton's Films

    films tend to lean toward fantasy and fiction rather than being realistic. His style can be seen in Big Fish, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Edward Scissorhands. To begin, in Burton’s film “Big Fish” we see Burton using flashbacks, long shot, cut, low key lighting, non-diegetic sounds, eye level, and high angle;…

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