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    Throughout the film Shrek there are various uses of non diegetic sound as well as dialogue, music and sound effects, which functions in the film in order to emphasize and reveal its characters, creates rhythm/continuity, shapes the audience’s feelings and grasp the audience’s attention. For example, Donkey insisting on following Shrek and talking to him despite Shrek demanding him to be quiet. From the very beginning, Donkey’s ongoing dialogue throughout the entire film reveals his character to be chatty and good-humored. Thus, being an extrovert character and shaping the audience’s feelings for him to be joyous. Similarly, Shrek’s character was revealed from the very beginning, however Shrek’s character took a change in direction when he…

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    Equus Research Paper

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    The African Wild Ass or African Wild Donkey (Equus Africanus) the scientific name. Is a critically endangered species of wild donkey. Related to horses, zebras and other species of donkeys, it is one of a couple of species of the Equus breed to be rare or close to extinct. And is believed to be the long lost ancestor of the donkey that we know today. The African Wild Ass is known to live in the deserts and other arid regions of Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia and the Horn of Africa. It formerly had a…

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    Ones, Farquaad 's troops became bored. As they were talking, one of the troops, Donkey, claimed his wife, Dragon, was the most faithful. When the other troops investigated this, The Sixth felt the flame of desire for her. When Dragon refused the invitation of The Sixth, he blackmailed her into lying with him. Dragon informed Donkey of the crimes of the Sixth before she proceeded to take her own life. Donkey then made a pact with his friend Shrek, swearing vengeance on The Sixth, The Proud, and…

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    Who rules the world better: donkeys or elephants? This is the ongoing question between the elephants, Republicans, and donkeys, Democrats, of the world. While Republicans are more conservative than democrats they both help not only America, but the whole world, to be better in their own unique way. All leaders differ in opinion on a wide variety of issues, but tax cuts and social issues are two of the main disputes. Taking into consideration that not every leader of either political party has…

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    Essay On Mammoth Donkey

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    The Mammoth Donkey Do you know the donkey from the movie Shrek? Well, the Mammoth Donkey or called the Mammoth Jack are completely different from a regular donkey. The Mammoth Donkey is a remarkable species and will leave you with some amazing facts, facts about everything you need to know if you ever want one as a pet and why the American ass is the most incredible kind of donkey species there is. The American ass got his other name because it is the largest donkey species there is in the…

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    was a donkey there who a woman was trying to action off because he could talk. When it came time for the woman to action the donkey, he donkey wouldn't talk so the guy in charge told the guards to get the lady out of his way and the donkey rose into the sky and flew away and was talking and the guards were stuck in amase and were trying to catch him and he ran. As he was running he ran into Shrek and Shrek saved him from the guards. Donkey is the donkey's name. Donkey is very talkitive and…

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    Donkey Kong Case Study

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    7. Donkey Kong Donkey Kong was a successful Arcade game of a small Japanese manufacturer, Nintendo. The game saw the first appearance of Mario. In the game Mario had to jump the construction sites to protect his girlfriend from Donkey Kong. Atari turned down the offer from Nintendo to license Donkey Kong as they thought the asking price was too high. At that time Atari had an 88% profit margin on the cartridges Atari was making and Nintendo was asking for $2 per cartridge. Nintendo later sold…

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    Donkey Kong Research Paper

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    While designing Miyamoto wanted to create a game based on Popeye and his never-ending struggle to save his damsel, Olive Oyl, from Bluto. However Nintendo could not obtain the license to it so he decided to take the concept and implement it into a King Kong theme. In the game "Jumpman" , who later became Mario, had to climb up a construction site while having to dodge fire and barrels thrown at him and save his girlfriend Pauline from Donkey Kong. Nintendo's president Hiroshi Yamauchi realized…

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    Nic does not change throughout the novel. Discuss The character Nicasylus does change significantly throughout the novel Pankration. In the beginning of the story Nic was a spoilt boy but as Nic forges friendships with people of all kinds, his attitude to others and to his life changed drastically. He meets slaves and slave-masters, the poor and the rich. As he sees both sides of the spectrum, he realises how hard life can be and slowly changes his attitude towards others as well as his…

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    to the cost of human casualties, and Haig seemed like he didn’t care about the deaths and in the end the soldiers who died, died for nothing, because of Haig. The British were unprepared for war; Haig could not change his tactics because he only knew one, which was conventional tactics. The soldiers were unable to keep up with the rivalry, as they were unprepared to take on their opposition with such a large number. EVALUATION OF SOURCES Source 1: An extract from a book called “Butchers…

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