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    Gossip Girl Film Analysis

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    marriage, and so on. Throughout each episode, Gossip Girl exposes various secrets one by one. The cast is mostly young privileged teens and their families living in deluxe neighborhoods. Serena Van der Woodsen is the fresh, model-like girl who is in the “popular” group at school, but does not care about her status. She is independent and free spirited. On the other hand, Blaire Waldorf also known as Queen B is all about status. Blaire is an alpha female. She is the head of her clique, always bossing the girls around. Serena Van der Woodsen, Blaire Waldorf, Nate Archibald, and Chuck Bass are all raised in Upper East Side of Manhattan. The rich teens are enjoying a life full of drama, fancy cars, apartments, clothing, etc. However, Dan and Jenny Humphrey are living a humble life in Brooklyn. During the show, it is easy to point out the differences between the living styles of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Throughout the show, the teenagers as well as the adults face some serious drama that heavily impacts their lives for the worse. The people who are affected by the drama do everything that they can to resolve it in a timely manner. In the third episode of Gossip Girl, the series introduces the start of the continuous drama. The hidden blog queen does not give Manhattan residents their privacy. The blog is always open and desperate for new gossip to be sent by anyone, which will then be publicized by the website. In season 1 episode 13, Gossip Girl targets Serena. While Serena was…

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    Throughout the novel The Return of the Soldier by Rebecca West, Kitty Baldry experiences trauma that is constantly controlled by characters who perpetrate patriarchal ideas. Since the death of her son Oliver, Kitty continues to return to his nursery, the symbolic space of this tragedy, in order to repress her trauma and attempt to find new purposes for the room since her husband Chris will not let her change it permanently. Chris’ cousin Jenny also functions as the narrator of the novel and she…

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    All I hear is birds singing their usual songs in the morning and being able to feel the cold air surrounding my body. It’s winter and it’s the most outrages winter I’ve experienced in my life. I was strolling to my bus stop and as I begin to slow down I see the school bus was already coming up the hill following behind my tail to make a complete stop. There was about 5 other students with me anxiously waiting the bus to stop and then they all got on the bus one by one. All I could do is think…

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    Rey Valerio Gholdoian Per.2 21 Sep. 2016 Illusions of Success For years now many students have thought “How do I grow up too successful?” but the truth here is that some of the people don't know what success really means to them. There are a lot of ways to describe success such as the amount of money someone makes, how happy they are with themselves or even stuff such as succeeding in simple things in life. You can however, gain the characteristics needed to be successful in the future for…

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    Barnum’s economical way of looking at life caused him to make even more money off of Lind. He advertised auctions for first tickets to her shows, an ostentatious way of showing wealth. The wealthy would buy tickets to the auction just to buy an actual ticket to the opera. They profited off of the auctions more than expected, and were a spectacle event all in itself, saying “the excitement was considerable and the bidding spirited, as was generally the case,” (335). The atmosphere around the…

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    The author, Lenny Bernstein, writes about how a mother of seven children was against vaccinating her children until all of them got the whooping cough disease. Bernstein currently writes for the Washington Post and typically covers medicine and health. He attended Trinity College where he studied American Studies, and he also graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from University of Michigan where he studied American Culture. In this post Bernstein seems like he is against the anti-vaccination…

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    Edward G. Robinson and James Cagney were who the world was cheering on in the 1930s film world. The gangster film genre was in full swing, and as Robinson and Cagney ascended repeatedly to become kingpins of a given town only to fall back to being nothing again, a hopeful named Humphrey Bogart was just beginning his acting career. Stephen Bogart, the son of soon to be movie star Humphrey Bogart, stated in his book about his father that Humphrey was “not happy playing those parts.” Humphrey…

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    Art Of Healing

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    The Art of Healing was performed by the Ailey Ⅱ company in the Grand Opera House in Wilmington, which started at 7:30pm on October 28th, 2016. The show started at 7;30 pm and lasted for about one an hour and a half. And it included three dances and two intermissions. The dances were Circular, Sketches of Flames, and Revelations. Circular and Sketches of flames are newly choreographed dances by Jae Man Joo and Bridget L. Moore respectively. While Revelations is was originally choreographed by…

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    In Los Angeles, Private Investigator Philip Marlowe (Humphrey Bogart) takes on a new case for General Sternwood (Charles Waldron) in Los Angeles, a wealthy old gentleman seeking to stop a man named Arthur Gwynne Geiger (Theodore Von Eltz), who is blackmailing his youngest daughter, Carmen Sternwood (Martha Vickers). General Sternwood wants Marlowe to stop Geiger from extorting his family for money. But Marlowe has inadvertently stepped into several other mysteries involving he Sternwood family…

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    Kaylen Simmons Mr. Smith Block 1 15 September 2015 Sam Spade was Misused and Abused A victim is a person that is tricked or swindled. In the novel The Maltese Falcon by Dashiell Hammett, deception plays a big role. Throughout the story Sam Spade is deceived and taken advantage of in the story by Bridgid O'Shaughnessy. She is a compulsive liar and lies about almost everything in order to get an advantage of receiving the falcon. She is not completely honest with her relationship between her and…

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