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  • Dog Bites Bear Episode Analysis

    I would consider the show Family Guy to be one of the popular shows viewed by most children. I watched an episode of Family Guy called Dog Bites Bear. During this episode, Stewie (the baby)’s teddy bear gets torn apart by Brian (the dog). Stewie wakes up after a long night of watching movies with his teddy bear. He walks into the living room only to see Brian passed out drunk and that his teddy bear was torn into shreds. Stewie gets upset and starts violently punching Brian for haven killed his teddy bear. Keep in mind that Stewie considers his teddy bear alive and his best friend. Later, he takes the bus to mountains in Vermont to disposes the teddy bear’s cremation. Brian follows Stewie to Vermont to be by his side even though Stewie despises him at the moment. They end up violently hitting and punching each other until Stewie twists his leg. Even though, Stewie refuses his help, Brain carries Stewie up the mountain and express his feelings to Stewie. He expresses to Stewie that why does he care for something that his not alive. Stewie replies that his teddy is the only thing that he knows would not leave him soon and that a close friendship with Brian will eventually come to an end when Brian dies. Due to this conversation they both reconcile and become friends again and head home after disposing the teddy bear’s ashes. On their way home, Brian buys an identical teddy bear for Stewie when he wakes up the next morning. Stewie was happy waking up to his teddy bear. I…

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  • Rikki Character Analysis

    “The real man smiles in trouble, gathers strength from distress, and grows brave by reflection.” (Thomas Paine) Though this quote refers to men, sometimes bravery can be found in animals as well. The theme of the fictional story Rikki-tikki-tavi by Rudyard Kipling is that courage comes from loyalty to the people you care about. Rikki Tikki is a brave and inquisitive character in the story. Even though he’s a mongoose, Rikki Tikki is courageous and loyal to those he cares about, which is shown…

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  • Bravery In Rikki-Tavi, By Rudyard Kipling

    My character, Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, is from a short story called Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, by Rudyard Kipling which is about a mongoose, Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, who is trying to protect his family from the evil snakes, Nag, and Nagania. Throughout the story he proves himself to be a brave, smart, fast mongoose. `Throughout the story, Rikki shows great bravery. The part that shows his bravery the best is when Rikki goes into the cobra hole with nag. Rikki “Plunged into the rat hole where she and nag used to…

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  • Vergil's Influence On Julius Caesar

    . . leading his troupe of eunuchs, his hair oozing oil, a Phrygian bonnet tucked up under his chin.” (4.202-4.204) The use of oil in one’s hair and the wearing of “bonnets” were fashionable in the East, presumably including in Aeneas’s homeland of Troy; such a custom was not reciprocated in northern Africa or in Greece at the time. In both of these examples, the Orientalization serves as a tool to establish intrinsic differences between two opponents; this particular tactic is not utilized…

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  • Evil Is Punished And Good Is Rewarded In Rikki-Tavi

    What is the theme of “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi?” Well, first of all, what is theme? Theme is the main argument or subject matter of a piece of text. This matter of text is about Rikki-Tikki and Nagaina. The wordsmith, Rudyard Kipling, made the short story “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi” be about the theme “Evil is punished and good is rewarded.” The topic is “Evil is punished and good is rewarded” because in the decreasing action, the antagonist, Nagaina, is punished with death. The protagonist, Rikki-Tikki, lives…

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  • The Jungle Book Analysis

    If you placed a child in the jungle all alone, what would become of him? Would the child be consumed, or would the animals raise him as one of their own? Jon Favreau showed that in the movie The Jungle Book. This movie is about Mowgli’s experience in the jungle after his parents had died while protecting him from a tiger. Abandoned by his father, Mowgli had been raised wolves and had become one himself, but was not completely accepted by the animals inhabiting the jungle. Shere Khan, the tiger…

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  • Comparison And Contrast Of Tikki-Tavi

    kills many snakes that live in the garden. In the book, Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, and the movie that is based on that book, there are similarities and differences in the setting, conflict, and characters. The setting in both the book and the movie of Rikki-Tikki-Tavi is a bungalow in Segowlee, India. The bungalow is home to Teddy, a boy that befriends Rikki-Tikki, and his family. Another setting that appears in the story is the…

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  • Kaa's Hunting Film Analysis

    him alive, and they focus on showing him the Law of the Jungle. They are all ready to battle for him. Akela, the lead wolf, administers the Free People even-handedly. Shere Khan utilizes his energy to seek after just his own particularly great and spook others. In "Kaa's Hunting," Baloo and Bagheera utilize handcuffing as a type of train, as per the Law of the Jungle. Despite the fact that they sleeve 7-year-old Mowgli delicately, their hits are hard for Mowgli. A story so centered…

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  • The Song Of The Wandering Aengus Poem Analysis

    Afghanistan was in the middle of war, Ahmedi and her mother had to escape, for they knew that Afghanistan would soon not be there. She felt desperate, as shown with her thoughts, “I felt desperate to get through, because the sun was setting, and if we got stuck here, what were we going to do, were would we stay? There was nothing, no town, no hotel, no buildings, just desert.” (Ahmedi 1). Later a friendly family offered to take Ahmedi and her mother through the smugglers path where they would…

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  • The Bushman Psychological Construction Of The Animist Story

    Bushman psychological construction of worldview is based largely on causality and consequence- both everyday action and mythology/folklore is structured in terms of human and non-human beings' actions as a cause of an event. Take, for example, the Early Race Narrative concerning the baboon's short, crooked tail. When baboons were like people, in the Early Race times, a child went hunting with a baboon. When they returned to a group of people, the baboon told them he had brought them gemsbok meat…

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