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    that is used by the characters when they are referring to Shylock. Lastly, the punishment of Shylock near the end of the play. Therefore, Shakespeare shows that he encourage the racism of the time. One reason that demonstrated how Shakespeare encouraged racism, was when Portia was racist to Prince of Morocco and also, neither of the princes being able to marry Portia represents that neither of them are good enough. A sign of racism was when the Prince of Morocco met Portia and she said that he was “as…

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    The Mystery Plays, depicting the creation of everything all the way to the end of this world with the judgment, are history plays more than anything else. The Morality Play Everyman; however, is an allegorical play. There are several distinct differences between these two types of plays, Mystery Plays as history and the Morality Play as allegory. Mystery Plays rely on biblical topics and stories, while the Morality Play does not rely on, or even desire, a specific background story found in the…

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    One Corpse Too Many is a mystery book by Ellis Peters and is the second book in the Chronicles of Brother Cadfael. The book is a murder mystery centered around an extra dead body amongst other dead bodies about to be buried. As there is no specific moral or theme highlighted in the book, I would say it’s not a great book for teaching a lesson. However, with the great characterization and way of immersing the reader into the setting, it is definitely a great book to read just for the sake of…

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    In the 1949 film The Third Man, protagonist Holly Martins arrives in Vienna to work for his friend Harry Lime only to discover Lime died right before Martins landed in Austria. Without giving too much away, Martins ends up uncovering the circumstances surrounding his childhood chum’s death may be more complex than what’s visible on the surface. The mystery genre -- for both literature and film -- often plays on the idea that the evidence available may not always have the meaning it appears to…

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    his children access to. At a young age Jane Austen and her sister took great advantage of the library going on many literary travels through both reading and their personal writings(¶4). She gained support for her creative writing from her father who encouraged her by giving her resources to let her explore this passion. Starting in 1787, Austen kept notebooks filled with poems and short stories about topics of her interest, in total filling three notebooks, this period of her writing would…

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    look interesting to me. It was living rocks that can move, grow, and reproduce, so I drew again. I drew the Anjikuni Lake in Canada. I looked through a couple of sites and decided that I would keep it because it looked interesting to me. I looked at more sites and each site helped me understand the disappearance of the people more and more. It is an unsolved mystery of the disappearing people of Anjikuni village. Joe Labelle, the person who discovered this mystery, had a few guesses, but his…

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    The Imposter Film Analysis

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    In The Imposter, directed by Bart Layton, a young man who has been missing for three years is found and returned home. Unknown at the time, the person returning home is not really the missing boy but rather a French con-man pretending to be the missing boy. The director, Bart Layton, leads the audience through one of the most intense real-life mysteries in American cold case history. Layton’s goal throughout the film is to entertain the audience with a bigger-than-life story. The director…

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    Vertigo Analysis

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    Even with the few scenes that felt elongated, which most every movie has, it often had me on the edge of my seat guessing what was going to happen next. Nusair’s comment also does not make sense when he speaks of the lack of compelling attributes. There are plenty of fascinating attributes in the movie. For instance, the mystery behind the whole movie, the great acting from all the stars, and the great…

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    "Character Studies for Les Miserables." Stuartfernie. Stuart Fernie, n.d. Web. 16 Mar. 2015. Stuart Fernie is one of the most famous writers, that's why I choose his article from his own website. In this article Fernie talks about the main characters, he focuses on the way of how they act, think and gives background about each one of them. He mentions many examples, and I'm interested in Valjean character because he is the most famous character in this novel. Fernie focuses on…

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    Initially his research focuses on the sad end of the dog Wellington, but soon begins to shed light on a mystery that touches him closely: the death of his mother. During his research he discovers in fact some recent letters from the woman, who was believed dead, and reconstructs complicated relationship tangles between his parents and their neighbors. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time has the advantage of gently treat a difficult subject like mental handicap. The style, mild and…

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