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    inappropriate lifestyle that would be unacceptable in the Colony Club, further throwing Serena under the bus. Similarly, not only does Serena suppress Blair’s opportunity with the Colony Club, but Chuck Bass also suppresses her chance. Chuck and Blair have an off and on relationship that is quite complicated because he tends to have a variety of family issues and is ultimately labeled as the typical bad guy. Since Blair had connections with Chuck Bass, Person One of the Colony Club inquired, “I hear Bass Jr. is a ‘piece of work,’ you wouldn’t have anything to do with him would you?” (Wharmby, 2009). The tone of Person One was condescending and looking down upon Chuck Bass and referring to him negatively as a “piece of work.” That phrase normally has a bad connotation when someone is compared to it because it implies they are complicated or difficult. Similarly how Person One brought up Serena in the conversation, she brought up Chuck because these two people seem to influence Blair in inadequate ways and are considered bad company. Even though Chuck Bass is known as the typical bad guy that a good girl will chase after, he is still part of Blair’s goodness as a friendship and relationship. She then responds to the comment, “Yes, I mean no. I have to go. That piece of work, Chuck Bass, needs me and Serena and her mother are wonderful and kind people” (Wharmby, 2009). In comparison to Blair throwing Serena under the bus, she switches and realizes that her goodness is more…

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    Gossip Girl Film Analysis

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    Raffaella Braga Dante Clarke The day I almost met Chuck Bass It all started years ago when I started watching my mother's favorite show ''Gossip Girl'', not really faithful that I would enjoy it. But afterall it became my favorite tv series and I ended up falling in love for one of the main characters called Chuck Bass. I was obcessed with the show and with him and all of sudden my sister started watching it too. She also became addicted and we fought for him, eventough he was just a…

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    Showtime’s Weeds is a television series that premiered in 2005. It tells the story about a suburban mother, named Nancy Botwin, of two boys, Silas and Shane, whose husband dies and, in order to maintain her standard of living, sells marijuana. The entire show is filled with ups and downs, plot twists, and a wide variety of sociological concepts. The four main sociological concepts present in the show are sex and gender, deviance, race and ethnicity, and socialization and social interaction.…

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    In the begging of Gossip Girl Chuck Bass is portrayed as a very wealthy gets everything he wants, wild, reckless, "bad boy" of the Upper East Side who does not conform to social norms. He starts drinking problem from a very young age, hires prostitutes, schemes, continuously breaks laws, and even finds himself in jail a couple of times. We eventually learn about Chucks father Bart Bass that no matter what Chuck does, no matter how hard he works, he will never be good enough for his father. I…

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    The Book of Yaak by Rick Bass I hate “The Book of Yaak”. This book should not have been written. The fault, however, does not lie with author Rick Bass. Bass’ style is clear and poetic, intermingling of his not-quite-stream-of-consciousness prose seamlessly with the scientific data and information that illustrates the dire situation for his place, the Yaak Valley of Northern Montana, and all of his fellow citizens, lynx, deer, wolves, wood thrush, owls, and grizzlies. “The Book of Yaak” is Rick…

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    overhears Epps’ conversations with Bass about the evils of slavery. Platt, doubtfully, asks Bass to help him send letters to his friends in Saratoga Springs. Bass accepts this as they both wait for the reply to the letters. As summer goes on, Platt becomes weary that his escape might not be possible but Bass promises to return during Christmas time to discuss what can done. Bass is faithful on his promise and returns to check on Platt during December. However, there has been no response to the…

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    Dragonetti spent much of his life experimenting on the bass, working to perfect its capabilities. In his younger days he had sampled both the four string and the three string basses but preferred the three string which he would tune in various ways. He was one of the first to drop the tuning from A- D- G to G- D- G, giving him access to lower pitches. When he played Der Freischütz he would lower the A string down to F# for the first two movements. His hard work and experimentations with the bass…

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    First, the harmony consists of a repeated eleven chord group, which is played through most of the song. This repetition is called an ostinato. Throughout a majority of the song, the rhythm is comprised of a bass drum beat with extravagant riffs included between the lines. Next, the melody is a combination of singing and shouting. Commonly, there are numerous repeated notes at the start of the line with a downward formula at the end of the line when the words are sung. The timbre is prominent in…

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