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  • Akira Kurosawa - 914 words
    Akira Kurosawa Paper #1 Akira Kurosawa often incorporated social issues into his films. One of the most interesting of these issues was that of western culture's affect on the Japanese and whether it was better to evolve with the rest of the world or not. Many times in his films, Kurosawa ended up bashing the message over his audiences heads: This new culture may not be the best, but everything will be all right. Kurosawa used many different tools in getting his themes and metaphors across to his audience. By combining the right visuals, audials, and even dialogue, he completed, what he deemed to be, the perfect picture with the perfect statement on society (and he did it repeatedly). Sanshi ...
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  • Designing Women - 992 words
    Designing Women Monette I watched an older sitcom aired on prime time television in the late 80s, Designing Women about four typical working ladies. One is a bubble-brain beauty pageant champ. Another is a soft touch and is so easily duped, it seems she also has a soft brain. A third falls in and out of love at the drop of a bathrobe and the fourth has a tongue that makes Howard Stern sound like a Boy Scout. Typical is everything these ladies are not, and as regular viewer I can surely say that every episode clearly proved that. Each show begins with a concept that can be spun into a script, setting up the conflict between the characters upon which the show is built. The action is centered a ...
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  • Homophobia And Hate Crimes As A Result - 1,012 words
    Homophobia And Hate Crimes As A Result Essay # 1 final draft Feb. 3, 2000 There are many definitions of gender in society today, and there are many reasons for these different definitions. To every person gender may have a different meaning depending on personal experiences or depending on how they choose to view it. I tend to lean towards the more typical definition of gender. I see gender as a way of categorizing people by their actions and or physical appearance. Gender is an issue brought up a lot in today's society, and has been an issue for many years. Issues such as whether or not women can do the same jobs as well as men, or whether or not women are as smart as men comes up a lot in ...
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  • Medicine River By Thomas King - 777 words
    Medicine River By Thomas King In the novel, Medicine River, Thomas King creates a story of a little community to reflect the whole native nation. A simply return of Will's makes the little town seem to be more colourful. "Medicine River makes non-native readers think a little longer and harder about the lives of the first people they live among and the places they inhabit." As a non-native reader, it is extra difficult to feel and understand the book because we didn't go through all the steps. Although Will starts like a foreigner, he becomes part of the unique community eventually. Medicine River shows the past history of Canada and teaches readers to learn from the past experience in order ...
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  • Sexual Roles In Dracula - 1,100 words
    Sexual Roles In Dracula Sexual Roles in Dracula Women in Bram Stokers Dracula are primarily presented in two ways: There is the sexual being created solely with the aid Draculas vampiric influence, and the device manipulated and virtually exploited by the men throughout the novel to contribute to the fight between Dracula and Van Helsing and his companions. This battle is not only the literal battle between Dracula and the men, but it is primarily a battle for the empowerment of women, both sexually and intellectually; a fight against the constricting social boundaries which forced men and women into their respective roles. Draculas kiss enables women to become sexual penetrators. Using thei ...
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  • Shakespeares Macbeth - 1,323 words
    ShakespeareS Macbeth Shireen Owlia Ms. Fisher English IV 5 14 November 2001 A Woman Before Her Time During the Elizabethan era, a woman did not have any say in the relationship with her husband, but Shakespeares Macbeth changes this accepted theory. Lady Macbeth is a woman ahead of her time; she is caught between todays ambitious, powerful woman and a fragile, powerless creature of the Elizabethan era. At the beginning of this tragedy, she is vicious, overly ambitious, without conscience, and willing to do whatever it takes to get what she wants. As Macbeth becomes less dependent on his wife, Lady Macbeth loses control of her husband, but mostly of herself. She is so wrapped up in the greed ...
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  • Status Of Women In Islam - 1,860 words
    Status Of Women In Islam The Status of Woman in IslamThe status of woman in Islam constitutes no problem. The attitude of the Qur'an and the early Muslims bear witness to the fact that woman is, at least, as vital to life as man himself, and that she is not inferior to him nor is she one of the lower species. Had it not been for the impact of foreign cultures and alien influences, this question would have never arisen among the Muslims. The status of woman was taken for granted to be equal to that of man. It was a matter of course, a matter of fact, and no one, then, considered it as a problem at all. In order to understand what Islam has established for woman, there is no need to deplore he ...
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  • Super Wallpaper Lady - 1,053 words
    Super Wallpaper Lady Super Yellow Wallpaper Women A hero is defined as a mythological or legendary figure often of divine descent endowed with great strength or ability (MW). Throughout literature a male character is usually blessed with the heroic role. The Yellow Wallpaper appears to contradict that statement. The narrator in this story tries to overcome and destroy women's oppression. She appears to be mentally unstable and so it is hard to distinguish her as a heroic figure. Although the narrator in The Yellow Wallpaper appears to be loosing her mind she is in actuality a magnificent hero in disguise. A hero must have an evil villain. A villain's main objective is to find the hero's weak ...
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