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    Alcohol And Depression

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    The cast was flawless. Meredith Grey was the show's star who was clumsy and awkward and somewhat homely but extremely lovable. George O'Malley was the even more awkward intern who was dubbed 007 early in the first season due to his inability to properly perform an appendectomy. Izzie Stevens was the sexy model turned medical intern who was fun-loving, outgoing, and ultimately everyone's favorite cast member. Alex Karev was the jerky intern who everyone hated but then everyone loved when he finally decided to show sensitivity at certain moments. Cristina Yang was the cold as steel intern who wanted to be involved in every single surgery. Then there were the two attendings, McDreamy and Dr. Preston Burke, who were perfect romantic players for Meredith and Cristina. And Dr. Bailey was the hot headed resident who was referred to as "The Nazi" by the intimidated interns. And last, there was the Chief, stern but loving and very respected. The show was much simpler with the characters being very well received. There were sad moments…

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    Analysis Of Grey's Anatomy

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    Grey’s anatomy is a television show about a group of surgeons and interns who work at Seattle Grace Hospital. The series emphasizes on a group of doctors who fight to save their patient 's lives while contending to become the head surgeon. Aside from the competition, they go through a lot of heartbreak; either relationships problems or family crises throughout each of their lives. The series began with Dr. Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) starting her career as a medical intern with other interns,…

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    Schindler's Scene Analysis

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    The Girl’s Scene with the Red Coat in Schindler 's List The scene featuring the girl with the red coat in Schindler 's List (Steven Spielberg, 1993) is of the most recognizable scenes in late twentieth century cinema. It is often understood to encapsulate key aspects of the Holocaust, its brutality, and its effects on the lives of the people caught up within it. At the time, the scene deals with the paradoxes of memory, memorial and what may appear to be a sense of personal inability when…

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    A slaveowner controls his slaves against their will, while they are worked tirelessly on end. Throughout time, people have controlled others for personal gain and reward. Power corrupts peoples morality but the truth never pollutes their personal integrity. Both Minority Report, directed by Steven Spielberg and Oedipus the King, written by Sophocles posses leaders of society who come out favorable due to a lie. A leader’s power is determined by their manipulation of the truth. Manipulation of…

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    The Lord of the Rings (LOTR) is undoubtedly one of the most notorious and successful tales ever told. The trilogy has earned around three billion US dollars and nominated for more than 800 film awards winning 425 of them, 17 of which were Academy Awards. This astronomical level of success has made Lord of the Rings a pop culture staple. Through the lenses of culture studies, the trilogy will be dissected critically to evaluate its success through the three main theories of popular culture.…

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    Freakonomics Summary

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    Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything Steven Levitt & Stephen Dubner Andrew Feist The University of Akron United States Government & Politics 100-638 MWRF 11:00-11:50am Dr. James Holland 07 November 2014 The connection between a teacher and a sumo wrestler probably has not crossed your mind. Have you ever thought about how real-estate agents are similar to members of the Ku Klux Klan? These are not connections you would usually make every day, but…

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    lucid and easy to read; Uses an engaging tone that keeps the reader wanting t know more. LOGOS The book is structured in such a way that it keeps the reader hooked on to what the authors have to say. The extensive use of logic cannot be emphasized enough. Logos is the fundamental concept of this book. The format that most chapter in this book follow is as follows : it starts with the description of a scenario that has a seemingly obvious cause and effect, followed by the authors stating…

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    The Shawshank Redemption Full Movie The Shawshank Redemption was premiered in the United States on September 23, 1994. This is the best movie that has the highest rating among other best films so it is worthy of inclusion in the Top 250 version IMDb Your new director Frank Darabont-, low box office that year and the premiere of Forrest Gump were imposed on "The Shawshank Redemption", the film starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman. Now, twenty years after its release, the scenario has been…

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    Harold And Maude Analysis

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    suggest oppression and gloom surrounding the character and sets the mood of the film. We can hear the sound of Harold’s footsteps as he walk through the set this again adds to the dreadful feeling predicting the events to come. The director gives us a suggestion to Harold financial status and high class as he passes by large and expensive looking furniture. Harold is neatly dressed an out dated and muted brown suit along with a gold watch among other pieces of jewelry. In just the first few…

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    sentence from the “publishing gods”. Furthermore, much like the lingering process of development on a stage film, the affect of not knowing is unbarring with questions. Does the screenplay work? Will the book sell? How much is this going to cost? Does it make sense? Will it be enough to be turned into a blockbuster? All of these questions in both film and Benchley’s case relate to the long process of wondering and waiting in both film and the publishing world. Will it work out, and “what if”…

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