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    The Joker Research Paper

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    mental hospital in Gotham city. Joker just about killed Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel. She was lying in a hospital bed wondering why she was there, then she remembers that Joker loved Harley Quinn. That’s…

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    Though criticism isn’t necessarily good, it showed the brilliance of one of the best characters in the film, Harley Quinn. This is the first time the DC extended universe has ever had Harley on the big screen, and Margot Robbie shined as her. Harley’s backstory is more developed than most, making her more developed character than all of them, except maybe Dead Shot. Harley Quinn was always a much loved character in the DC fandoms. This love of Harley prompted her to have a successful debut on…

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    him. To this, I say that Batman just never wants to stop being a hero, so he keeps the Joker alive. The same cannot be said, or written, about the Joker. The only reason the Joker becomes so obsessed with Batman is because he wants to make a point. The Clown Prince wants the Dark Knight to really kill him. He wants it this way because he wants the world to know that people are basically more chaotic than orderly, which makes people, or readers, wonder if this is actually true. Finally, the one…

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    Harley Quinn In Mad Love

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    In 1994, the definitive Harley Quinn episode in the Batman: The Animated Series was aired, “Mad Love.” This episode is based on the comic of the same title, created by Bruce Timm and Paul Dini, which shows Harleen Quinzel’s metamorphosis into supervillain Harley Quinn. Dini has stated the title “Mad Love,” “Mad love is when you fall so passionately for a person (particularly the wrong person) that nothing else in the world matters” (Roddy 2). A relatable concept to many people, not just females.…

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    Harley Quinn is a prime representation of gender expression due to the fact that she successfully avoids the typical female character stereotype. Harley is better known as the Joker’s sidekick/lover. She achieves her “sidekick” role by getting an internship in a mental hospital. She assists as a psychology intern, interested in learning more about people’s states when trapped in an asylum. There, she meets and falls in love with a patient known as the Joker, who she tries to free from the…

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    The character Harley Quinn, created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, made her mark on the Batman franchise since her debut twenty-two years ago; the first in the comic industry to originate in television and not in the comics. In the nineties, specifically 1992, the starting point of Harley Quinn’s rise to fame begins; in the Batman: The Animated Series episode “Joker’s Favor.” Where did the idea of Dr. Harleen Quinzel, commonly known as Harley Quinn, begin? Paul Dini and Bruce Timm needed to create…

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    to see him so upset. A new emotion swept over me. Suddenly all I wanted to do was to make him happy again. I laid in bed, staring at the clock beside me. 1:45 am, it read. I closed my eyes and the ideas that he had put in my head began to echo through-out my mind. A visual of his pale face stained with green and purple wouldn't leave my head. They're the crazy ones not me, they're the crazy ones not me... Letting out a yell of frustration, I threw the sheets off of my bed and rushed out of the…

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    Development of a Research Question Having picked my topic of interest “The Harley Davidson Biker” I needed to explore options for the question. I started out with “What is the culture of the Harley Davidson biker?”. That was too small; there was very little information. I expanded the question to “What is the biker culture?” and that returned more results. I then narrowed it down to “How has the biker culture changed over the years?”. This seems to be a more valid question that readers would…

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    Double Effect Essay

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    Quinn states in (article) that the close connection theory is, “…it surely matters how close the connection is between that which is, strictly speaking, intended and the resulting foreseen harm. If the connection is close enough, then the doctrine should treat the harm as if it were strictly intended.” In other words, harm that is unintended is just as bad as intended harm if the connection between the outcome and the harm is close enough. To help explain this, H.L.A. Hart provides the example…

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    and even the author, are unclear. The protagonist, Daniel Quinn, embarks on solving a mystery for his unknown employer, but as the plot unfolds, he becomes increasingly unsure of his own identity. Thus, while Auster initially presents his novel as a work of mystery focused on the secrets of the Stillman family, his novel ultimately tackles the uncertainty of identity. Tim O’Brien similarly writes In the Lake of the Woods as a seemingly characteristic mystery novel that fundamentally addresses…

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