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    The tone itself is actually fairly broad, and they can write many songs based off of it. For example; Dear Agony, Dance with the Devil, and I Will Not Bow. When I say the tone is heavy, I mean that the music carry a weight behind them. A weight in the way it sounds, but also the lyrics themselves. It creates a sense of relatability with the audience that the band is trying to appeal towards. The tone given from this band creates an environment to look forward to. Making songs with weight behind the words creates a broad range of music you can…

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    the grain and carve their own way. Four men who have done just that are John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. These four men that will live on in infamy. Our children, our children’s children and their children will know who the Beatles are. They will study their unique musical style, they will dissect their lyrics, put their songs on repeat and buy all their albums in order to see their progression. Why has the music of the Beatles remained so popular after all these…

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    The way individuals ponder their agony as it is happening can affect their torment experience. Agony is both a tactile and additionally passionate experience; they are as one by nature. It is additionally essential to comprehend that all agony has a passionate segment. Nobody encounters torment without some kind of passionate response; we realize that agony improves the probability of feeling irate, perplexed, baffled, or discouraged. Progressing passionate states can change the view of torment;…

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    According to Stephen Spielberg, “ The eyes see better when the sound is great” (Barsam, Monahan 364). Sound enhances an audiences experience of a film. It explains the meaning depicted in each scene because the music chosen for a scene sets the tone. For example, if it’s a daring car chase the tempo would be fast paced to entice the viewer to not divert their attention for whats in store. A character who is losing someone very dear to them would have a very somber setting with slow and sad music…

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    is the year 1786,what i'm about tell you changed the world and mankind...I woke from my deep slumber my brothers and sisters slept quietly under the starlight, I heard rustling in the bushes, “what was that” I thought, I drew my dagger and stood protecting my family, I tried to alert my father but it was too late, the giant monster appeared from behind bushes, “what is this? ... what should I do?...” I thought, it was a man.But something was right with this strange man who suddenly appeared…

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    Mercutio Capulet Monologue

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    that you had any choice, am I right? [The counsellor snickers at his own joke, clearing his throat awkwardly when no one responds] Well…let’s start with Mercutio then. Mercutio: [Mercutio exhales heavily and holds his head down] I no longer sleep profoundly. Each waking moment means an intense lassitude bearing down on me, [Mercutio lifts his head slowly, a cold tone in his voice] a numbing pain which courses through my body. Love will have its sacrifices I tell myself. Some may consider them…

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    I grew up speaking German so I was unable to catch what he said, so I simply shrugged, staying quiet. The man patted my head then floored the pedal to the floor, taking rough turns and speeding down the streets. I held on for dear life before sirens blew around the town. He slowed down, I tensed up. He cursed aloud, knowing they had found he escaped. He looked behind me, speaking in English, words I couldn’t understand, speaking faster than I could understand anyways. He took my hand as I let…

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    Guilt In Medea

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    In Euripides play, Medea, Medea struggles internally of whether she should kill her children or not before finally coming to a decision. After the death of the king and the princess, Medea is faced with the choice between killing her own children or sparing them. She continually tells herself that she can save them and run to Athens for safety. However, that would mean leaving them in Corinth in the hands of the enemies. In her mind, if the kids were to die, she wanted it done by her own hands.…

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    At the end of the poem, the Mariner explained to the Wedding-Guest, “Since then, at an uncertain hour,/ That agony returns:/ And till my ghastly tale is told,/ This heart within me burns.” (Coleridge 578-581). The Mariner’s crime was so offensive to God and nature that the Mariner has to continually repay for his sins by telling his tale to strangers. In order for the Mariner to achieve salvation, it’s going to take a long time for him to be forgiven. His obscenity was so significant that he…

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    Dear Diary, June 1590 That damned moor! I absolutely despise him! I was the man to be lieutenant! Three noblemen asked the moor to make me his lieutenant, yet he refuses it? I cannot believe this. And whom does he make lieutenant instead of a fitting man like me? Antonio Cassio! Antonio Cassio as the lieutenant of Othello! Cassio is a man who knows nothing about battle, only the theories. I have followed the orders of the moor without question and have been loyal to him. Yet the moor decides…

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