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    political implications from The Great Dictator and Some Like it Hot and really pushed the limits. Movies today go past the boundaries and push past social limitations of what they can and cannot show on the big screen. Many conditions in society help to the extended limits of films today.…

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    The Great Dictator Essay

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    Charlie Chaplin, a well-known comic actor with his featured mustache, wrote, scored, directed and produced his first sound movie, The Great Dictator, in 1940. The Great Dictator marked the transition of Chaplin’s career from silent movies to a period of the sound movies. In his early work, for instance, The Tramp, he used to be a mime actor as he was so talented that his action and facial expression could perfectly present the whole story. Chaplin believed that the expression of an actor made…

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    The theme of this speech from the movie “The Great Dictator”, is that we can achieve peace, equality, and happiness if we put aside our differences and not think of each other as “black” or “white”, or as “Christian” or “Muslim”, but as fellow human beings. Charlie Chaplin’s tone changes throughout the poem. He starts out with a calm and peaceful tone. But, as the speech goes on, and as his words become more and more inspiring, his tone becomes stronger and more direct. He uses metaphors and…

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    THE POWER OF WORDS HOW A TYRANT INSPIRES HOPE AND ENLIGHTENMENT Using the archetype “Power of Words” a famous speech was delivers on the stage by one of the greatest pioneers of the film industry Mr. Charlie Chaplin. “The Great Dictator’s Speech” was a mythical moment in the history of film for two reasons. The first being, this was the moment the most beloved and famous tramp of all, became a dictator. The second was, the words spoken by this tyrant were to become timeless words of hope and…

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    During the time of Indonesia’s two successive dictators, the country held elections, but there was only one party, the Golkar party, to choose. Since Soeharto’s downfall in 1994, an enormous number of parties have entered the political battlefield to represent Indonesia’s geographically and economically diverse population. Twenty-four different parties won seats in the 2004 parliamentary elections and twelve gained seats in the most recent parliamentary elections in early 2014. Instead of one…

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    Watership Down Analysis

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    almost did not make it out alive. As he is telling his story, Hazel notices his injuries and begins to tend to him. He lies beside Holly and notices that his ear is cut and bleeding as well as covered in dirt. As he cleans it to try and soothe Holly, he remarks, “It’s a pity they didn’t clean you up as well. That dirt’s dangerous.” (162). Hazel, on more than one occasion, sees to the welfare of his brothers. He cleans and nurses them back to health immediately. Hazel does not see himself as a…

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    are the only thing we’ve got!” (91) when the boys begin to defy them and disrespect others. Being a firm believer in working together, he suggests the idea for assemblies that will “decide things” (79). Golding’s utilization of words such as “we,” “everyone,” “debate,” “meeting,” and “fundamental statements” indicates Ralph’s democratic values. Contrary to democracy, a dictatorship possesses authoritarian values that are expressed in the plot through Jack. From the start, Jack challenges Ralph’s…

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    essay. First, there is fascism, a political system headed by a dictator in which the government controls business and labor and opposition is not permitted. Then there’s totalitarian dictatorship, in which a dictator has overall control and there is complete allegiance. Last but not least, there’s hope and the antithesis hope. Hope is a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen. The antithesis of hope is expecting for something not to happen. Many traditional and…

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    As one might describe, a dictator is a leader with total power over a nation. This power is typically obtained by force. Many dictators rule in fear and inflict terror upon people in the nation in which they govern. Within a dictatorship, one’s entitlement to speak freely is most commonly revoked because basic rights and freedom are not available. Two dictators that suppressed freedom of speech under their governing nations are Macbeth, a character from the play “Macbeth” by William…

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    history, recent American events seem quite tame, with exception for the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. The rapidity and mass lethality of this event is dissimilar from the year-long Reign of Terror's more gradual toll of lives, but distinguishes it all the more as the beginning of a new era and a new form of warfare: terrorism. Other, smaller attacks in the United States and other countries in the years since have fostered growing fear. Efforts to safeguard against…

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