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    Question 1: Theme: Religious Change and reformation The Tudor period is often known for its religious changes. Religion was changed dramatically through the Tudor period from Catholicism to Henry Catholicism to Protestantism to Catholicism to Protestantism. With each new monarch to the throne, England was on edge as to what the new religion would be. The foundations that led to such a change in religion began with the reigns of the two Tudor Henrys. Through the Henrys, the religious power began to shift from the pope of the Catholic Church to the English monarch because of the obvious flaws with the Catholic Church. It is possible that change of religion would have been slower if the pope and the Catholic Church had not had, in some circumstances,…

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    The rise of Fascism and the Second World War made a profound impact upon historical films on Tudor England. This essay will show this through an analysis of the appropriate films and scholarly literature that exists. It will begin by discussing how film studios in Britain and ‘Hollywood’ begun using historical films on Tudor England to portray an anti-Nazi sentiment to a wide audience. It will become evident that some film studios during this period did not wish to cause offence, and…

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    to these inevitable revolts by the common people and subjects. This essay will look at how far religious discontent was the reason for the Tudor rebellions. In 1536, England was in the midst of religious reforms, converting from Catholicism to Protestantism. It…

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    Six Feet Under Analysis

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    In the series Six Feet Under, the underlying color scheme is muted and cold. The strategic use of color in the series coincides with the underlying theme of death throughout the show. The first instance of the dark color scheme is shown during the show’s theme song, in the theme song there are many items that appear in gray, brown, and white colors. The flowers in the opening song of the show start off with bright green and pink colors, which quickly turn to dark brown dull colors as the flowers…

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    Being Mary Jane Essay

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    In this paper, I am focusing on the hit show television BET show called Being Mary Jane. Gabrielle Union who is Portraying as, Mary Jane Patterson, born as Pauletta Patterson in Atlanta, Ga. Mary Jane is a successful black woman, in her field as television news anchor on Primetime. Mary Jane is closely connected with her family, but has a hard time finding true love. She struggles day to day with outside obstacles that sometimes affects her workplace. But she manages to balance her life between…

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    The show opens with a fast forward to the final episode of the season, similar to season one of How to Get Away with Murder (Robinson, 2015). A station wagon is seen flying down a dirt road and we see the three main characters (who are inside the car) looking behind them in a panic. Without any further context it will cut to the opening credit sequence which are panoramic shots of New Mexico, inspired by the opening scene of chapter 39 of House of Cards (Buchman, 2015). In the pilot episode, the…

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    Since obesity is on the continual rise, there has been a lot of research done to determine the best way to decrease weight. For many years, studies of body weight regulation have focused almost completely on caloric intake and energy expenditure.23 Since the obesity epidemic continues to skyrocket, one diet that has received a lot of attention is Intermittent fasting (IF), or periods of voluntary abstinence from food and drink.24 In some places, IF has been practiced since the earliest of…

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    Elizabeth I Personality

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    Queen Elizabeth I was an audacious leader of England since she initially inherited the throne; however, she also obtains qualities that may qualify her as a leader whom contradicts her apparent beliefs. The Queen’s upbringing, personality, and surrounding environment all affected the manner in which she ruled. Queen Elizabeth I was born an ordinary child without official monarch titles; however, she led an extraordinary life. Elizabeth Tudor was born on September 7, 1533, in Greenwich,…

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    of King Henry VIII and the most unlikely to be next in line for the throne. She would rule during a time period where her Protestant faith would be tested in the highest regard due to her mother and her brother previous rule before her. She never knew her mother, Anne Boylan, for she was beheaded before the people for being “unfaithful” to the king. The main reason was Anne Boylan could not fulfill an empty promise to give him a son, but instead a baby girl who is forever known as Queen…

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    Elizabeth 11 Astraea Essay

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    As a female ruler and Tudor monarch, Elizabeth I had to prove herself worthy of her throne throughout her entire reign. She inherited from her predecessors a kingdom divided over religious matters, and she had to impose Protestantism as the kingdom 's official religion.1 Her failure to marry and the uncertainty of her succession proved to be additional challenges to her reign.2 Under such circumstances, she had to carefully construct her royal image, to ensure her subjects ' loyalty. As the…

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