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  • Wizard Of Oz Analysis Essay

    really describes how different Oz was to Kansas. When the scene where Dorothy and Toto just land and are still inside the house is in black and white and then after Judy Garland’s character opens up the door everything is in color I feel like that really shows how different Kansas and Oz is to the audience. With Wicked the entire musical is taken place in Oz. Everything takes place in this fictional land that was originally created by L. Frank Baum. During the first book of Danielle Paige’s…

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  • Argumentative Essay On The Book Of Exodus

    Exodus include some very exiting Bible passages. There is a lot of action and a lot of plot. However, with all this action there comes a lot of bloodshed. The Lord hardens Pharaoh’s heart so that he does not let the people of Israel go to claim the land the Lord has promised to them. The Lord sends ten plagues to Egypt to show his power. The last one is the slaying of the firstborns’ of the Egyptians. At first glance, this seems like an absolutely atrocious act and it is. Killing is never good;…

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  • The Theme Of Consumerism In The Movie 'Wall-E'

    At the surface, “Wall-E” is an enjoyable movie about a lonely robot, whose main task is to collect garbage on Earth. Beneath the surface, the movie is so much more, Wall-E is needed to save the planet from permanent destruction, while becoming smitten with EVE. When the audience first meets Wall-E, he is alone on Earth with nothing but a pet cockroach. Even though the planet is deemed as uninhabitable for humans, Wall-E must continue to follow his directive of cleaning the garbage off the planet…

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  • Realism In The Wizard Of Oz

    film interpretation of the 1900 published book written by L. Frank Baum, and for the most part directed by Victor Fleming. Dorothy a lonely, curious girl living on a bleak Kansas farm is swept into a tornado and dropped abruptly into the astonishing land of Oz. Her arrival causes the death of the Wicked Witch of the East, and she is proclaimed a hero by the miniature residents of Munchkinland.…

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  • The Holy Bible: The Love Of God

    for peace sake! Not good! What started out as a Promised Land trip did not end that way for all. God had to raise up another. In this journey we have to remember that God 's love is unconditional but we can forfeit the benefits of his love with murmuring and complaining.…

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  • The Wizard Of Oz Book Analysis

    Fairy tales have been a part of nearly every culture for what seems like forever, and show no signs of dissolving out of our culture any time soon. A fairytale is defined as a story taking place in a magical, far away land with magical creatures or elements. Almost every known fairytale has a moral or message that it is trying to send to its readers, even if it might not be obvious, it might be hiding in plain sight. Fairytales have arguably impacted our culture with more iconic settings and…

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  • The Influence Of The Crusades

    2014). While the Mohammedan Arabs controlled Palestine, they allowed this form of worship. Enter the Seljuk Turks who were a more aggressive and demanding form of Mohammedans, and would make it more difficult for Christians to worship in these holy lands; it became forbidden and dangerous to do so (Phillips 2014). There was a common enemy, however, in the infidel Turks. The Pope would reach out to the feudal lords and the knights encouraging them to stop fighting the Christians and combine…

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  • Land Art, Spiral Jetty And The Great Serpent Mound

    it emerged in the sixties among the crush of several other art movements (Pop Art, Minimalism, among others) Land Art came to be an anti-gallery artistic offshoot that straddled the domain between architecture and sculpture. It had no manifestos nor schools nor leaders and it was not quite a movement; the artists who were involved with it were also involved in other types of arts. Land art was labelled as modern ‘sculpture’ but its versatility and introduction of new concepts and visual…

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  • Oedipus In The Pentateuch Analysis

    Leviticus The book in the Pentateuch that I choose to write on is Leviticus. This is the third book of the Bible in the Old Testament, and was originally called the Third Book of Moses. It is easy to assume that the genre for book of Leviticus to be law, but it is in fact a book detailing the history of the Israelites the first year after the exodus. The authorship for this book is not specifically named but is strongly inferred to be Moses, due to the original title and the fact that…

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  • What Is The Role Of God In The Book Of Genesis

    In the beginning was the genesis of creation, where had God moved by his spirit to create the Heavens, Earth, and mankind for a companionship with one of his own image. God wanted a relationship based on freewill for the product of true love. But the free will of mankind resulted in the fall from the grace of God. Because of God’s love, we can see the movement of God throughout history to reconcile the relationship between God and mankind back into right standing. The movement shows a trajectory…

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