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    African American community within the time period and the development of jazz music as a form of self-expression. Despite having two dynamic main characters the plot moves forward with fluidity. This is mostly due to Baldwin’s use of ongoing themes such as loss of innocence, suffering and self-discovery that manifest in both of the leading characters. In “Sonny’s Blues”, the author utilizes music to highlight these themes…

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    Diatonic Themes In Music

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    and it is more rich of syncopation and flattened notes, like Bb, Eb and Db. Those two themes, are played on a rhythmic pattern without variations from the beginning to the Finale, structured in two bars, initially played only by drums, and it is used as introduction for two bars every time one of the themes come in. Some instruments double the key of the piece just by octaves, like the Celesta, playing the melodies two or three octaves above; other using diatonic chords (like Piccolo) Ravel…

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    La-La Land Themes

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    cinema exemplifies strive and success toward passions that people consider unreachable. The movie purveys repetitive music and intriguing themes that focus on the remembrance of love and attainable dreams. Both Mia and Sebastian’s ambitious lives collide together to form not only an affectionate relationship, but also an impacting experience to reach to their full potential. During a busy afternoon on the Los Angeles…

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    one of its themes; one could see that through the narrator. The narrator seemed to have mental instability due to the fact that she was not allowed to visit certain people, or travel. This was mainly because her husband, who was also a physician, dismissed her mental issues on nerves and hysteria. Later on in the reading the narrator starts to see and imagine things vividly, mostly from not having anything to which occupy herself with. In today’s culture disorders such as anxiety, schizophrenia,…

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    In the study Misogyny in Rap Music; A Content Analysis of Prevalence and Meanings (Weitzer and Kubrin, 2009) the portrayal of women in hip-hop music and gender roles are discussed. It also examines the depiction of masculinity in contrast to femininity. It is established that women are often marginalized and depicted inferior to men which can be proven in the way women commonly are referred to by using degrading vocabulary such as bitch, whore or hoe and in lyrics and via visual imagery;…

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    In this paper, I compare two scenes from How to Train Your Dragon and argue that they reveal the difficulty yet the importance of foregoing one’s prejudices and accepting others based off their true self’s. The two scenes I chose are Hiccups discovery of the wounded dragon and Hiccup’s first light. I chose these scenes because their soundtracks illuminate the movie’s theme through the reflection of internal conflicts acoustically in orchestral arrangements, cues that highlight each character’s…

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    William Golding uses a third person omniscient point of view to help develop his theme. It 's written from the perspective of a little boy probably the same age as the ones trapped on the island. Not a boy on the island either but one detached from above. This helps show us how the boys are feeling about each other and how they are perceiving the events on the island. We know that Ralph was good friends with Piggy on the island but it wouldn 't seem that much better if the story was written from…

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    Nickby Themes

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    I chose this theme because while Nick was growing up, he constantly questioned whether there was a purpose to his life, and he wondered why he was not “normal,” like everyone else. From the ages of eight until twelve he thought about killing himself because he felt like he was such an outcast from all of his peers, and he also felt like a burden to his parents because they practically had to do everything for him. He even attempted to commit suicide by drowning himself in the bathtub.…

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    society and ultimately ends her life because of it. Throughout each stanza, a new important piece of information is expressed to the readers to contribute to both the theme and tone of the poem. Piercy is able to cultivate the idea that inward beauty is not valued in today’s society, and that artificial perfection can only be achieved through following the standards the world sets for little girls. By using a variety of diction, transforming the tone, expressing the theme throughout the story…

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    The Stolen Children Theme

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    is captivating because it contains a meaningful theme, many action filled characters, and…

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