Connie Corleone

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  • Analysis Of What Happened To Money In Mario Puzo's The Godfather

    What Happened to the Money? In Mario Puzo’s The Godfather, Don Vito Corleone said, “lawyers can steal more money with a briefcase than a thousand men with guns and masks” (187) In the gangster culture, all decisions and motivations revolve around money. Throughout Little Caesar, The Godfather, and Donnie Brasco, the circulation of money shifts greatly. At a time, whoever earned money got to keep their own money, but eventually, gangsters started making money for bosses, or basically, gangsters…

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  • How Did The White Italian Americans Lose Their Power

    After the Revolutionary War, the White Anglo-Saxon Protestants (W.A.S.P.s) were in power, they held all the political offices; they owned the most land, they had the most profitable businesses, and the largest factories. They enjoyed being in control of everything and they wanted to keep that control and power. After the Civil War more immigrants were coming to America to their share of the wealth they believed America had. These immigrants now were coming from all over the world, not just…

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  • The Italian Job Film Analysis

    When it comes to movie remakes, it seems like they are attempting to cash in on a successful Hollywood storyline when in reality they are just repeating an unnecessary movie that was fine the way it was. However, when it comes to this adventurous British comedy, the remake became even better. The Hollywood action remake of The Italian Job is a crime flick directed by F. Gary Gray and written by Donna and Wayne Powers. Released in 2003, the film is considered intelligent and engaging and…

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