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  • Persuasive Essay On The Walking Dead

    Would you kill your loved one if they turned into a zombie and tried to bite you? People survive by killing zombies in “The Walking Dead”, tributes battle their way you the top to win in “The Hunger Games”, and the divergent try to fit into society while also battling and killing others in “Insurgent”. Sometimes, people go to great lengths in order to survive when they are in dangerous situations. Making alliances, stealing, killing, and eating other people are some of the things that's the…

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  • The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz: Comparing Book And Film

    the Witch of the North and Glinda, the Witch of the South are two separate characters. In the motion picture, in any case, they were joined in the film, making another example of circularity. We meet Glinda when Dorothy first touches base in Munchkin Land and are returned to by her when she spares Dorothy, Toto, and the Lion in the field of poppies, and toward the finish of the motion picture when Dorothy is at last sent home. In the book, we met the Witch of the North when Dorothy initially…

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  • Of Mice And Men Character Analysis Essay

    First off, Lennie is an uneasy character with a mental disability in the book Of Mice And Men. He stays with George throughout the book, but is not a stable companion. He does not fully understand the main ideas in life, and does not put them together as to what is right and what is wrong. He often mentions leaving George to go live in a cave because he feels as though he is bothering other people. George has to repeat many times what he has said because Lennie’s brain can not process what he is…

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  • Violence Against Native Women Essay

    native women starts with colonialism. The taking of the land is also a metaphor for the body especially that of women. Many native women had a lot of control over land and thus when taken so are bodies. To discuss one without the other would to be leaving out a true representation of the violence which has taken place within the United States. Overall, the main point of this paper is that the violence of native women and the process of taking land is deeply connected and taking back the two is a…

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  • Annotation In Zombieland

    In “Vacationing in Zombieland: The Classical Functions of the Modern Zombie Comedy,” Kyle William Bishop writes about the development of the subgenre of zombie comedies. This subgenre, termed “Zombedy” by Bishop, is explained to challenge audiences’ ideas about zombie narratives. To exemplify the evolution of this subgenre, Bishop shares history behind the original tragedy of zombie narratives. Bishop cites Night of the Living Dead and Dawn of the Dead as the start of traditional tragic zombie…

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  • Violence Against Zombies In The Walking Dead

    It is dark. All around it is pitch black and the only thing to be heard is labored breathing. There is something out there. Suddenly, a noise startles you and you jump six feet in the air. MONSTERS! They’ve caught your scent and you take off running once again. Monsters like mummies, werewolves and ghosts have had cultures and peoples running scared for decades. More recently, one monster in particular has frightened individuals in ways the ‘classic’ monsters could only dream of. Zombies, the…

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  • Theodora Gender Roles

    I have chosen this topic for my investigation as I find mythical (fictional) movies to be fascinating and am especially interested in the link between the famous movie, “The Wizard of Oz” and the prequel, “Oz the Great and Powerful”, notionally set 20 years before the events of the original film. Made in 2013, the prequel focuses on the character Theodora, who is presented initially as a good witch but who becomes the Wicked Witch of the West in the later film. I decided to study how the…

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  • Dorothy Must Die Book Report

    boyfriend. Soon after her mother leaves Amy's trailer is caught in a tornado and transported to “Oz”. Amy is immediately overwhelmed with confusion and fear after landing in “Oz” when she realizes that “Oz” is not what it used to be. The once beautiful land filled with munchkins,…

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  • What Does The Color Green Symbolize In The Wizard Of Oz

    green. The color schemes played a very important part in the story of The Wizard of Oz. Baum utilized the colors to describe the characters, and to help the readers understand better. Although the Munchkins wore the color blue, this symbolizes the Land of the Munchkins. Their houses were blue and everything else was blue too. They were small, short animals who did whatever they were told to do by the wicked witch of the East, who had died from Dorothy house which had fallen on…

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  • Davis Conservation Foundations Case Study

    What were your original goals and objectives for this project and to what extent were they achieved? The goal of the project was to hire an intern for the summer of 2016, a student with an environmental focus, to assist with monitoring conservation lands owned by the Town of Hampton. The Town has approximately 150 parcels that are either owned outright by the Town or have Town owned conservation easements. The Hampton Conservation Commission (HCC) is responsible for monitoring these properties…

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