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  • Frances Perkins Impact On Society

    Women throughout history have not been treated the same way as men however, this did not discourage them. One excellent example of women being extraordinary is Frances Perkins a young lady who grew up in a Republican household and whose parents made sure she understood the importance of hard work and her education. The interesting fact about Perkins life is that even though it was rare during her time period her parents expected her to go to college. Once in college, Mount Holyoke, she was…

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  • Essay On The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire

    The Triangle Shirtwaist Company factory fire took place in New York City on March 25, 1911, killing 145 workers. This is a very infamous incident that happened in the American industrial history because the deaths could have been avoided; most of the victims died as a consequence of neglected safety features and locked doors within the factory building. This tragedy finally brought awareness to the dangerous sweatshop environments within the factories, and led to the growth of a series of…

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  • Summary Of The Film David Yates 'Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them'

    Director David Yates' "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," an upcoming British-American fantasy drama film which is inspired by the book of the same name by J. K. Rowling, has been making a buzz around the internet because of a few terms that fans of the movie do like to conform. The film would make sense that the magic folk in the United States is hiding in New York - after all, it is a city with full of life. But it seems he is not the only hero of the Fantastic Beasts film and that…

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  • 147 Dead Nobody Guilty Analysis

    Guilty” published by The Literary Digest magazine explores the tragic accident which happened in the factory of the Triangle Waist Company in 1911. The Asch building appeared to be on fire, while the workers were trapped inside. As a result of the accident, 147 persons, mostly women and girls, were killed by a fire. The owners of the Triangle Waist Company, Isaac Harris and Max Blanck, who went on trial for manslaughter were not found guilty of the tragedy. Considering the fact that this…

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  • Analysis Of The Sorcerer's Stone

    The year 2001 was a big year for films, especially animated and book adaptations. With the critically acclaimed animated films like Shrek and Monsters Inc., that each made over $250 million worldwide (IMDb, 2001). Along with animated movies, the two top grossing films in 2001 were based off two separate, and very popular, book series, that already had huge following before they had even gone into production. The second highest grossing movie in 2001 was the first of J.R.R. Tolkien’s epic…

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  • Analysis Of J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter

    In the worldwide phenomenon that is the Harry Potter series, J.K. Rowling slips in an analysis of the muggle world. Rowling makes a strong commentary about the importance of educational support. Most wizards learn in different ways: through positive reinforcement, from reading books or they simply have raw talent. This is very similar to the real world and how students learn in classrooms all across America and in England. While Rowling is most likely making comments on the condition of the…

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  • Harry Potter In The Sorcerer's Stone

    In the Sorcerer's Stone, Harry Potter is revealed to a new world learning the truths about who is he is, and the world around him. He makes trusted friends and enemies, and in the end gives his life for the betterment of the world. It starts with young boy, unaware of His magical Powers or his history is brought into the hidden world of Magic and Wizards. For most his life was tucked away behind his almost cruel Aunt and Uncle, unaware of what he is and especially who he is. Hagrid, a large…

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  • Universal Archetypes In Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone

    Carl Jung is deemed as one of the greatest contributors to the world of psychology. The man who founded analytical psychology made great advancements in the collective unconscious, the complex, and most importantly, archetypes. Jung believed that in the unconscious mind is a form of psychological inheritance in which there is “all of the knowledge and experiences we share as a species”, and so the archetype was born (Cherry). Simply put, an archetype is a recurring symbol in literature. J. K.…

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  • The Wizarding World: The Boy Who Lived

    When Harry is just a baby, Lord Voldemort (the most evil dark wizard in history) kills Harry's parents (Lily and James) but for some reason, he can't kill little baby Harry. After that day Lord Voldemort mysteriously disappears. The Wizarding World begins to celebrate that night because He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named is gone and baby Harry becomes a hero "The Boy Who Lived". But also Harry becomes an orphan. Professor Dumbledore, Professor McGonagall and Hagrid give Harry to Dursleys (his Muggle uncle…

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  • Differences Between Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone And J. K. Rowling

    “Details Magically Disappearing” J. K. Rowling’s book, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, (a.k.a) Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, is the first book of the Harry Potter series, which is the series that whisks people away to the magical world of wizards, witches, spells, and flying brooms. After people discover this “Best Selling” series of books, people want a movie made about Harry Potter. When Chris Columbus’ film on Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone comes out, people fall…

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