following essay I will investigate the significance of Alfred Hitchcock’s figuration of ‘the blonde’ and ask what the construction of Hitchcock’s blonde heroines reveals about gender dynamics in post-war cinema. To this end, I will undertake a close analysis of the blonde protagonists Lisa Carol Fremont and Madeleine Elster in Hitchcock’s post-war films Rear Window (1954) and Vertigo (1958) . To address this issue, first I will introduce the archetype of the Hitchcock blonde in general and its feminist
his mind and heart constantly reminding him of his helplessness and frustration. As a result, his inner self is shattered by these inner gloomy emotions. In the words of Sartre: If he shows fight, the soldiers fire and he is a dead man; if he gives in he degrades himself and he is no longer a man at all; shame and fear will split up his character and make his inmost self-fall into pieces(Fanon,1963:13). The result of this physiological violence is either the native accepts the unacceptable social
Mass media reflects culture and society in which it is located, this statement is no less true for American society. With the transformation of the American society media has also gone to an evolution of its own. African Americans’ trials and tribulations in discovering not only themselves but also their place in the world of entertainment that is mirrored in the films . By choosing this movie, I would like to explore the subtleties of the Whites, the dominant society of America through humour.
World War III: The Love Story ©2015 by Ken Knight This is the work of alternative-history fiction. All persons and events portrayed herein are considered to be fictional. Historical names and entities have been mentioned and used in the story for historical reference and homage with no slander or libel intended on past historical figures living or dead. Any similarities thereof are coincidental and unintentional.
Executive Summary Hewlett Packard (HP) is one of the leading IT company. It was found by Dave Packard and Bill Hewlett. Among the types of services and product provided by HP are computer softwares, laptops, note books, printers and many others. Key competitors for HP are IBM, Dell and Lenove who offer similar product and services. Despite engaging with massive competition, HP still strives to produce innovative products. There are many upcoming products such as The Machine, 3D printers, and introduction