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    The film ‘Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind’, 2004, directed by award winning director Michel Gondry is a delightful film about the complex inner workings of one 's brain and the intricacies of human relationships. Encouraging the viewer to further reflect on their own life and outlook on the world with its complex storylines and themes. In the film Joel, portrayed by Jim Carrey, begins a relationship with Clementine, portrayed by Kate Winslet. The film follows the highs and lows of their relationship and subsequent break-up and erasing the memories of one another. The characters within the Eternal Sunshine are not those of a typical ‘rom-com’. Every pivotal moment of the film has been brought about by a characters fear or regret. Joel…

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    Analysis Of Titanic

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    future; she takes his step by step rationality and makes it her own. In their smaller than usual dating, they discuss all the exploits he has had - his freewheeling days from the wharf at Santa Monica to Paris - and they want to impart these undertakings together in the future, despite the fact that not one or the other of them presumably accepts they really will: There is no meager characterization in Titanic and a simple return to acting, in my examination of Cal 's capacity as an issue of…

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    Once I was finished reading essays from NPR’s series “This I Believe” I found that the essay “Tomorrow will be a better day” by Josh Rittenberg to be extremely entertaining whereas some other essays lacked the ability to keep me interested. It managed to maintain my interest while still showing to be a great essay to read and analyze. The reason that I believe this is due to the fact that it does well when it comes to the point of grabbing attention with word choice, the way Rittenberg keeps…

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    In both "To live in the Borderlands means you. . .", by Gloria Anzaldua, and "Crying poem" by Jimmy Santiago Baca the authors use various unique stylistic techniques and figures of speech to not just tell the reader of their past, but to paint a picture of the circumstances they faced when growing and how they have affected them. In "Crying Poem", Baca uses the structure of his poem and various stylistic techniques to reflect the frustration and internal conflict he has faced having to "grow…

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    Identifying a single approach to decode the differencing of events and final happening in William Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily” proves to be useful in explanation however; a limitation of just one approach can be obstruct. In “Styles of Reading” by George L. Dillon we are presented with observation that readers critique and interpret publications based on perception of real life events and of people. In George L. Dillon critical essay “Styles of Reading”, he points out how focusing on event…

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    Picturebook Analysis

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    Picturebook Analysis The book’s title is “a combination of a name and an epithet or appellation” (Nikolajeva & Scott, 2006, p.242). The reader can expect that the protagonist is a boy. “Incredible” and “book eating” further reveal the theme of the story; the word “incredible” implies an evaluation of the main character, which may disclose the opinion and focus of the narrator. The cover also foreshadows what the story may be about. Each word is represented in different fonts and sizes on the…

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    Through the clever use of vocabulary Wild (2013) engages the reader from the beginning. It is a story retold, of people trying to escape the brutality of war, forever remaining hopeful, and moving on to a better life. However, as Tunnell (2008) notes, it is not the subject or the characters that dictate if a book is well written, but the manner in which it is written. The choice of vocabulary can either tell the story to the reader, or show them, by immersing them into the story. The latter…

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    Imagery and Diction in The Fish by Elizabeth Bishop Elizabeth Bishop’s use of imagery and diction in the poem “The Fish,” is meant to support the themes of observation and the deceptive nature of surface appearance which, through the course of the poem, lead the speaker to the important realization that age is not a negative process. Imagery and diction are the cornerstone methods implemented in this poem. The title of the poem itself dictates the main message Bishop wishes to…

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    Hamlet is a revenge tragedy play written by Williams Shakespeare. The play is all about revenge; many characters are seeking revenge of other characters with different reason and motives. In every revenge tragedy, there should be a ghost that asks for revenge. The three major themes that most of the characters are involved in are revenge, madness and spying. The three themes are related to each other, while revenge was the reason behind madness and madness was the reason behind spying. To make…

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    Prompt: one aspect of narrative technique(pt. Of view, description or telling or scenic) in an appropriate passage and discuss how it functions in the context of the rest of the tale. (4-5 pages) Main Idea: Charlies internal conflict A central intelligence perspective allows the reader to view Charlie’s experiences and derive meaning from them. This knowledge highlights Charlie’s fatal flaw in not being able to extract meaning from his experiences. Without being able to comprehend the…

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