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    “We might not have the freedom to control our situations, but we have the freedom to find meaning in every experience.” Rejection Proof Jia Jiang Rejection is like a hot stove once you touch it and get burned it leaves a lasting imprint on the mind to be cautious when near the stove, but will you let the fear of a hot stove keep you from cooking or will you overcome it and be stronger? In the book Rejection Proof, Jia Jiang wants to master the fear of rejection by constantly getting rejected and…

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    Zombie Geographies

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    In Jeff May’s Zombie Geographies and the Undead City, he starts by explaining that “contemporary zombie films mark a geographical move to large urban areas, bringing the zombie masses to the city and foregroundIng urban fears while containing implicit messages about social difference and otherness”(May 286). I found this quote extremely interesting. If I could fast forward time, and somehow be placed in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, I would chose to be in a more rural or even suburban area.…

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    Trailer Comparison Essay ‘Deadpool’ directed by Tim Miller and ‘Suicide Squad’ directed by David Ayer both utilise close-up shots as part of their trailers. The ‘Suicide Squad’ trailer commences with closeup shots to introduce all characters which has the effect of making a lasting impression in order to be more memorable. The camera then transitions to a wide shot of a restaurant after exhibiting all the ‘superheroes’ in the prison. The shot has been framed through a window and includes the…

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    Book Of Joshua Commentary

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    narrative of the move into the land of Canaan begins to form and shape the foundation of what is to become the nation of Israel. The factual accounts of the timeline in the history of Israel point to how they were able to move forward under the leadership of Joshua after the death of Moses. Just as in the past relationship of God and Moses, we see that God has promised to continue that relationship with Joshua as he leads the Israelites to take possession of the land that God had promised. What…

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    series of on and off religious wars fought between the years from 1096 to 1487 under the authority of various Popes. The Crusades were basically fought for the recovery of the Holy Land. They were ordered by Pope Urban II in 1095, and within months the first Europeans had arrived in the Middle East to rid the Holy Land of Muslims. One story particularly boosted the flames of morale and added to the religious zeal and zest of the crusaders. It was the story of Jakelin de Mailly, a knight who…

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    Indian English poetry since 1970 has been characterized by failure, hopes and despair, immediacy and anger, search and struggle for identity, human relationship and growing sense of dissatisfaction. It is a kind of strong reaction against romanticism and idealism of its predecessors. It not only tries to establish individuality and reconceptualise values but also tries to redefine culture. Poetry consists of verbal and contextual features, choice of words (diction), syntactic and semantic…

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    in this forty year period. The Wizard of Oz, a movie about a girl’s trip to an unknown land and her journey back home, was one of such movies and is often known for its exceptional use of Technicolor—the newest and most advanced coloring process of its time. The Wizard of Oz is a whimsical and captivating movie that manages…

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    As a cyclone slashes through Kansas, Dorothy and her dog, Toto, are taken away in their house to the magical Land of Oz. They follow the yellow brick road toward the Emerald City to meet the great and powerful Wizard of Oz, and on her journey she meet a Scarecrow wanting a brain, a Tin Man wanting a heart, and a Cowardly Lion who wants courage. The wizard asks the group to bring him the broom of the Wicked Witch of the West to earn his help. In the end, Dorothy made her way back home using her…

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    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are today acknowledged as the owners and custodians of this land we call home, but unfortunately, they have experienced situations that have completely disregarded their basic human rights before they received their rightful title. This essay will look at the history/ background of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in regards to their rights within Australia, analyse certain ethical issues that have occurred when dealing with their rights,…

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    his works reflect the problems with society and humanity as a whole. They reflect an obsession with loss and isolation, and how it affects people. His modernist way of writing forces readers to think about his works in a multitude of ways. “The Waste Land” is a poem that is considered to be one of the best poems to come out in the twentieth century because of its ideas and the controversy surrounding the work. Even though at a first glance the poem is exceptionally bleak, parts of this poem are…

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