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    found. Wooden posts divide it from the greater part of the Clyde, but it is easily accessed from the new harbour by boat. The site is important to the performance. The ruin boats make time uncertain. They at once show the audience a surviving fragment of the past but it also shows the decaying past in the present, bringing up a dystopian future where all the present as we know it will end in decay. By staging the site-specific performance in both the new and old harbour we further blur time. Continues comparison is shown between past and present which will hopefully incite change. Without the ruins the same atmosphere would not be created simply by the audio-visual material. Hearing the waves splash against the ruins or the acoustics the site produces further plays with the audience senses George Simmel states that the ruin projects all alterations of the site’s past and its destinies. Thus we see the yard’s life-span in one ruin. Foreshadowing that decay does not necessarily have to be an option of the new docks. The audience imagine a future yet to be known to them of what will happen to the…

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    Such a lifestyle did not suit him, however, and returning to Arran he became involved with the Clyde passenger steamers. About 1874, he be-gan work as purser aboard the steamship Rothesay Castle, which ran the Arran-Ardrossan route. Three years later, William entered the employ-ment of the Clyde Shipping Company for a short while, before returning to a more open lifestyle. Thereafter, he was purser aboard passenger steamers Vesta and Guinevere for a number of years. Subsequently, he found…

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    Colored People) try to entrap the university with a lawsuit. Medgar Evers gathered new members for the NAACP and organized voter-registration efforts. Evers also led demonstrations and economic boycotts of white-owned companies that practiced discrimination.Evers was virtually unknown out of Mississippi.Evers was one of Mississippi's most prominent civil rights activists. He fought racial injustices in many forms, including how the state and local legal system handled crimes against African…

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    “You’ve read the story of Jesse James, of how he lived and died. If you’re still in need; of something to read, here’s the story of Bonnie and Clyde.” This is the opening stanza from a poem written by Bonnie Parker herself, titled “The Trail’s End”. The story of Bonnie and Clyde is definitely one that was remembered, which is what they both wanted. They spent the majority of their young lives together on the run from the police. The impact they had on the world around them is one that lasted…

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    the two crime obsessed lovers, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, went on their two year crime spree. To their advantage they used the fact that the attitude of the United States was against the government. The notorious duo of Bonnie and Clyde rebelled against the government, thrived for power, and rampaged across the country going through anyone and anything that got in their way. Bonnie Parker was born on October 1, 1910, in the small town of Rowena, Texas, which had a population close to 500…

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    Bonnie And Clyde Analysis

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    leave your side, my dear Clyde. I’ll ride till I die.” Bonnie Parker’s words, spoken in the 1967 film named after the infamous duo, are quite literal when studying the criminal couple genre. No matter how much they love each other, the road will always be the double-edged sword of freedom - at some point, the rest of the world will catch up with you. Starting with the film “You Only Live Once” (1937), through “Bonnie and Clyde” (1967), and continuing to this day, the romanticization of crime has…

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    homes and farms were being foreclosed on at unheard of rates, many were unemployed and unable to care for their families, and banks were failing. With his criminal and Navy records and a failed marriage, prospects were slim for a legitimate future. On the contrary, criminal life was booming. During this time, many gangsters were making a name for themselves and showing how profitable crime could be. Al Capone had already showed the world how well crime paid off; but unlike Capone’s syndicate,…

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    When Bonnie met Clyde, she had no idea he was wanted for robberies in several places at the time. She brought him home to see her mother and help them get to know each other. It wasn’t long before the cops came and took Clyde away. Bonnie’s reaction to this turn of events was very alarming. She screamed, burst into tears, and grasped on to her mother. Continuously, she begged to the police to let him free. “I thought she was going crazy,” Mrs. Parker said. The persistent men ignored her,…

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    Bonnie And Clyde

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    Every victim and every crime escalated the fame of the notorious duo, Bonnie and Clyde (Love 2). Bonnie and Clyde were both raised in large families that were quite poor. This upbringing is one cause of the two-year crime spree the couple went on. The disastrous events leading up to their death resulted in an ending for the books. Bonnie and Clyde were murderous robbers from the 1900s. Bonnie and Clyde had separate childhoods and were raised differently. Bonnie was the second of three…

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    addition, when the Lady came and demanded the head of Balyn, Arthur refused because Sir Balyn was his guest. This shows Arthur’s generous spirit as he cares for his guests. A second rule of the code of chivalry is defense of what is good. Michael and Arthur both pursue this trait. Michael excels in defense when he has to go up against some of the best in the league. Knowing that he was the best in the league put a lot of pressure on him and forced him to play hard every night. His best…

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