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    "It is gigantic. It has shown women can fuel box office. But it still is something that Hollywood does not know what to do with." The purpose of the argument Backstein makes is to inform cinema enthusiasts about the cultural shift. I believe Backstein wanted to be the first to mention the cultural shift, and how it positively affected the film industry. Also, she could be reaching out to vampire enthusiast, possibly letting them know that the vampire genre has changed possibly in a good way. In addition, the new vampires no longer bring fear and terror but they inspire hope and love, thus capturing young teenager’s attention. Another reason why Twilight captures young teens and even older women attention is because of how Edward Cullen is with Bella. Bella explains how she feels “safe” with Edward. Not only is Edward romantically inclined; he dedicates his life in protecting Bella from various harm, whether it be from other vampires, or even humans. In fact, Meyer makes it hard to call Edward a villain or monster because he’s constantly doing good. Backstein mentions the scene in Twilight where the “humans are the men who try to rape Bella one evening in town” (215) and Edward saves Bella after reading their violent thoughts. We are supposed to be…

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    Problem 2 As employers in a federal government organization, Michael Scott and Dwight Shrute have an obligation to comply with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act. The act relates to the collection of personal information and it requires employers to inform their employees in regard to what type of personal information is being collected. Mr. Scott and Mr. Shrute invested in “Keystroke Logger,” in order to monitor all employees’ outgoing email messages, without…

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    Archetypes In Dracula

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    Vampires are mythical creatures that have been around for many years. Dracula is a book written about vampires by an Englishman, Bram Stoker during the year 1897. One hundred and eight years later, a similar book, featuring the archetypal character vampires was introduced. The title of the book is Twilight, written by Stephanie Myer and three years later it became a movie. These were published/produced in two very different eras being Victorian and Comtempory periods. The perspectives on the…

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    to a rainy region in Washington to improper attitudes. Then she meets Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson). His eyes seem to fit directly into her soul. Edward is a bloodless vampire, and because of fear, Bella begins a dangerous relationship with someone with an immortal soul. The film focuses on the relationship between Bella Swan (teenage girl) and Edward Cullen (vampire) and the follow-up efforts of Edward and his family to keep Bella safe from the cruel vampire's brutal presence. Isabella…

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    The myth of Persephone is an interesting one, especially when considering how the original myth has influenced many modern novels that have been written in todays’ century. Certain aspects of the myth, such as Persephone falling in love with Hades, and the affects Persephone’s being in the underworld has on her mother are being rewritten in new ways and incorporate in popular novels such as the Twilight Saga by Stephanie Meyers. This paper will look at the Twilight Sega and how the myth of…

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    Adolescent girls notice how things are gendered and how women are treated differently than men. These gendered differences between women and men can influence young girls’ minds and make them think that men are more superior to women. Twilight, a book saga written by Stephenie Meyer, can directly influence the thoughts of young girls and how they feel about their own sex. Widely known and loved by many, this series has some underlining meanings whether the author intended them or not. Foss…

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    They are both thin, pale skinned, brown-haired young women who are shy, quiet,slightly socially awkward and don 't seem to fit in very well. They are both also very clumsy and prefer keeping their nose in a book instead of participating in group activities as it just isn 't their thing Not only are their physical appearance and personalities similar to one another but so are their backstories. Both Bella and Ana’s parents are divorced, their paternal figure lives close to them while their…

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    The title of my book is Breaking Dawn, the fourth book in the Twilight series. Breaking Dawn is a work of pure fiction, written by Stephenie Meyer. Most of the story takes place in Forks, Washington, Bella and Edward’s new cottage in the woods, and Isle Esme, which is Bella and Edward’s honeymoon spot. The story doesn’t give a specific time date, but it most likely takes place during present time. Bella Swan is 18 years old in this book of the series and was 18 years old when she was turned and…

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    loses massive amounts of blood. In order to save her life, Edward changes her into a vampire. Jacob, who was present for the birth, immediately "imprints” on Edward and Bella's newborn daughter, Renesmee. Imprinting was an involuntary response in which a werewolf finds his soul mate, Jacob explains it as, “It's not like love at first sight, really. It's more like… gravity moves… suddenly. It's not the earth holding you here anymore, she does… You become whatever she needs you to be, whether…

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    Tides In Fishing

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    Moon phases affect on tide, tides affect on fishing In order to understand how tides work and how tides affect fishing, the relationship between the motion of the Earth in respect to the Sun and the Moon must first be understood. Newton’s law of gravitation explains that both the proximity and mass of two relative objects increases the attraction present within them. "The Ocean's Tides Explained” article states that on Earth’s axis, the level of the ocean is centered by the centrifugal…

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