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    From Faith & Brutality to Supernatural Monsters: A Look at the Influences of Wes Craven Raymond Holt COM 320 The 1900s saw a rise in many genres and subgenres in the film industry. One of the biggest to gain popularity was the horror genre. From slasher flicks to supernatural beings, from masked men to grisly monsters, people enjoy being scared. Among the directors that crafted these horror movies was a man who aimed to break the mold of existing horror stereotypes and create new,…

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    The “Reign of Terror” was a year long period during the French Revolution. This took place in France, it started after the execution of King Louis XVI. The point of it was to preserve their vision of liberty and equality. The year long period of the French Revolution was not justified by using radical methods, ideals that were not met and threats to accomplish the goals of the revolution. To start off, they had radical methods. Execution was by a machine called the guillotine was a “humane”…

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    revolution in 1789 overthrew the french monarchy. The revolution was lead by the enlightenment ideas of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and by Robespierre who was the leader of the Reign of Terror. The reign of terror was not justified because the promised ideals of rights, liberty, and opinion of the revolution were lost in the reign of terror. Evidence supporting the idea of lost value is in the document Levee en Masse. One major critique of the monarchy by the third estate was that the people were…

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    The French Revolution began in 1789 it was a clash between the monarchy and the nobility in French. But there were many signs way before that, that it was bound to happen sooner or later. Some of the signs that a revolution was about to begin were, the monarchy crisis, money crisis and the aristocracy crisis. Louis the 16th and Marie Antoinette were the rulers of France during the French Revolution. Many blame the French Revolution on Louis the 16th, but all the problems were just handed to him…

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    events pushed the National Convention towards the Reign of Terror, a time of violence and executions during the French Revolution. A few of the reasons were; the execution of their king, Louis XVI, in 1792, the food shortage because of bad harvests, and the ongoing threat of invasion from the rest of the European countries. These events pushed the National Convention to give the Committee of Public Safety more power in order to carry out the Reign of Terror. Robespierre wrote about the king 's…

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    Among these people that lost their lives are Louis XIV, Robespierre, Marie Antoinette, and countless innocent civilians. Therefore, the French Revolution was harmful to the people of France due to famine, the end of the Estate System, and the Reign of Terror. The end of the Estate System basically brought an end to order in France. The Estates were the Social Structure in France, with the Third Estate being the commonwealth of France, the Second being the Nobility, which included the King, and…

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    Fraternity above all else and held this to be true throughout the revolution. However, they would soon follow down the path of the Bourbon Monarchy, the oppressive monarchs of their country and their most hated enemy. From the Tennis Court Oath to the reign of Napoleon, the revolutionary peoples and their leaders demanded a more just and equal society. It was because this goal that the French people allowed their leaders to twist and mangle their cause into an oppressive regime that would grip…

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    the France’s population. But the churches began to lost power. They had lost so much of their power and worship it was not as a prominent in the region before. Meaning they were not as a big of a deal as they were before. The reign of terror began in 1793. The reign of terror was a series of violence and death. Basically what would happen is they people would take people out I the middle of everyone and kill them. They terrible thing went for killing a person just walking around to killing…

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    Monarchy were the Storm of the Bastille where the city stormed the prison and destroyed the building brick by brick, the March Versailles where women stormed the Palace of Versailles in attempt to massacre the queen Maria Antoinette, and the Reign of Terror where for a period of time violence occurred after the onset of the French Revolution, started by conflict between two rival political factions, the Girondins and the Jacobins. To start, the Storm of the Bastille was the real start to the…

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    Adolf Hitler was the leader of the Nazi party and was appointed chancellor of Germany in 1933 to begin his twelve year reign of terror. Hitler began his reign by being appointed chancellor. He then took advantage of things to control more affecting everyone in different ways, but the worst for the “undesirables”. Hitler was appointed chancellor by Paul von Hindenburg. “Earlier that day the President of Germany, Paul von Hindenburg had appointed Hitler chancellor (similar to prime minister).”…

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