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    Research Paper Like most people, OK, I do not know most people, but go along with me; I was unsure what to do when I left high school. That was the case before I actually started to do research on my career and college choices. If you want to achieve your goals for a life after high school, you would have to go over and beyond if you want to get there. This is part of the message that Marlon Wayans has spoken, “Success is not a destination, but the road that you 're on. Being successful means that you 're working hard and walking your walk every day. You can only live your dream by working hard towards it. That 's living your dream.” As I was saying before, it is not necessarily the purpose for you to know what career and college you but…

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    Subgenre Of Farce Analysis

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    borrows Osgood’s material possessions to woo Sugar. Coincidentally, Spats, the leader of the mafia in the St. Valentine’s Massacre arrive at the Miami hotel. Fearing an encounter, Joe and Jerry decide to flee, leaving behind Osgood and Sugar. Breaking her heart, Joe informs Sugar that he, Shell Oil Jr, must go to Venezuela due to an arranged business marriage. As they attempt to flee, Joe and Jerry are seen by Spats and his gang; thus, Joe and Jerry hide under the table of a banquet hall, where…

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    TELEVISION SERIES: NEW GIRL Starring: Zooey Deschanel, Jake Johnson, Max Greenfield, Lamorne Morris, Hannah Simone, and Damon Wayans Jr. New Girl is described as “an American sitcom television series.” The main character is played by Zooey Deschanel, who is an actress, singer, and songwriter. Deschanel plays the role of Jessica, but her friends usually call her “Jess.” In addition to Jess, there are five other supporting characters named Winston, Nick, Schmidt, “Coach,” and Cece. I am going to…

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    The play A Streetcar Named Desire explores brutality vs. tenderness displayed through the personalities of Stanley Kowalski and Blanche DuBois. Marlon Brando's charismatic portrayal of Stanley Kowalski in Elia Kazan's film version of A Streetcar Named Desire undermines the validity of Blanche's struggle. The contrast between Vivien Leigh's Blanche and Brando's Stanley emphasizes the most negative aspects of Blanche's character while supporting and validating the most positive of Stanley's,…

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    Corpus Callosum Essay

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    Married at twenty-one to Katherine Screws, nineteen, Joel and Katherine immediately wanted to start a family, which continued to blossom and steadily grew with a home filled with children. Even though he wanted to pursue his dreams as a professional boxer, it was not a job for a family man. He therefore obtained work as an overhead crane operator. Joel always wanted to make it big, though he could not as a boxer, nor in his very short musical stretch in the 1950s with his band the “The falcons.”…

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    Elia Kazan and quickly signed on to become the director of the play and the film adaptation hiring an almost unknown actor Marlon Brando in the role of Stanley Kowalski. The play became a smash hit, and even a Pulitzer prize-winner. This caused the critics and audience to demand more greatness from Williams just under 40 he was America 's most famous playwright he started to feel the weight of it all and started hitting the bottle. He dealt with alcoholism in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, a play about…

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    The 1950s Popular Culture

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    The 1950s was a frantic decade during American history, WW2 just finished, the baby boomer generation just commenced, paranoia of the Communist conquer was rampant and racism was at its high especially in the southern parts of the US. Popular Culture or otherwise known as Pop Culture started during the 1950s in America. It brought to light other perspective and views of society that were considered radical and degenerate. Popular Culture had many branches such as fashion, music and film where…

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    In 1954, the film “On the Waterfront” by Elia Kazan was released. “On the Waterfront” tells the story of a man bringing down a corrupt union boss along the docks of Hoboken, New Jersey. Kazan uses the film to paint a vivid picture of the waterfront as a space distinctly unique from other spaces in America. Through techniques of narration, Kazan uses the setting, characters and events of the film to create an allegory of morality. The waterfront, corruption, communist party, and events in Kazan’s…

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    rationalizes that being exiled to the island and taking care of Pres will suffice as her punishment. With Julie’s history of being in love with Pres and going to extremes, it can easily be argued that being exiled to Lazarette Island is what she genuinely wanted because she would be the one with Pres, not Amy. In A Streetcar Named Desire, also set in New Orleans, but in the 1940s and focusing more on the middle to lower class citizens, manipulation is also present. The premise of the story is…

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    Racism is something that has been something occurring in the world for a very long time. The novel Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad represents the time period of imperialism; when Belgium colonized the Congo. Conrad depicts the racism that occured in the Congo of Africa because of the Europeans colonization. The main protagonist named Marlow, a European sailor, goes on an adventure with his crew through his perspective going up the Congo River with the goal of meeting an idealistic man, Kurtz.…

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