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    tests, helpers, climax/supreme ordeal, flight, return, elixir, and home/end. The movie, Captain America: The First Avenger, Steve Rogers just an ordinary man who wants to join the army to help defeat the Germans in World War 2. Rogers registered for the army but failed, due to his health conditions. Dr. Abraham Erskine asked Rogers to join an experiment to make the ultimate soldier to defeat the Germans. In Captain America: The First Avenger, Rogers goes through the different stages of a hero's journey

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    When I was a kid, I didn 't really get that many toys for Christmas or my birthday. I had some toys. The only one one I would choose out of them is a Captain America shield that shoots out disk and you have targets that you can hit drop distance away. The place I got the the Shield was at Target and it was the newest Toy out so there were only like a couple left in the store. When I saw the Toy I begged to my parents to buy it, but they didn 't listen. Then when we were walking around I realized

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    That Chink at Golden Gulch (Film 1910) It is one of the D.W. Griffith’s one-reelers made for Biograph which deal with “other race” subjects, this time the protagonist being a Chinese. Charley Lee (Anthony O’Sullivan in yellowface), “the poor chink” (according to the “Biograph Bulletin”), works at miners’ hamlet Golden Gulch as a laundryman (of course!). His old father returns to their homeland, the “Flowery Kingdom.” Before leaving, the father warns the son not to cut his pigtail, considered a sacred

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    Wall-E: Movie Analysis

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    In the film Wall-E, both the robots and the humans are governed by a directive. The role of a directive is important in the film because it helps to guide the actions of the various robots aboard the Axiom. One of the important questions raised by the film is: What is the role of a directive in Wall-E, how does it impact the actions of the various robotic characters seen in the film, and how do the actions taken by robots in the film as a result of their directive impact the humans onboard the Axiom

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    the house. I shut it off before we went inside.” Twist’s shocked expression was replaced by intrigue. “The screams sound human.” “Precisely. I figure as the captain plummeted down the stairs he screamed,” I paused, choosing my words carefully, “and—” Seth frowned. “Are you suggesting that the screams we heard last night come from the captain as he fell? Come on, Madison. That’s impossible. He died, like a zillion years ago.” “Maybe they were magical reverberations,” Twist considered so sincerely

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    THE GOLDEN MOUNTAIN AHMAD ROBAI PERGURUAN TINGGI TEKNOKRAT Have you ever heard about Golden Mountain? A mountain made of hundred stacks of gold bars in circle, surrounding a big pole in the center which is also made by gold. Nobody knows who build or where does it come from, but what people know is that the Golden Mountain lays on the island far away from urban city. It takes 2 weeks trip using a ship from the nearest city if you want to go to Glodius Island, the island where the Golden Mountain

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    written by Russell Freedman and “O Captain! My Captain!” written by Walt Whitman the Authors use Symbolism, Historic References and Characterization to portray Lincoln as a Great leader. In the story, “Emancipation”, the author describes Lincoln as a great leader throughout the story. The author also makes historic references throughout the story. For example, one of these historic references is when it states that Lincoln tried to end the

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    Morality and The Picture of Dorian Gray “The pendulum of the mind oscillates between sense and nonsense, not between right and wrong.” C.G. Jung The Picture of Dorian Gray, by Oscar Wilde, was first published in 1890, right in the middle of the Victorian Era, an era that was characterized by its conservatism. Ever since, and due to the content of the book, it has been condemned as immoral. Furthermore, on 1891, Wilde published a preface protecting his book from public punishment in which he

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    was behind the bombing, Captain America felt the need to go back into action. Captain America’s stubbornness made him feel that he’s the only one capable of turning the Bucky in, as he is Captain America’s greatest friend. Afterwards, Captain America, Falcon, Bucky and Black Panther had an encounter which resulted chaos, thus making them a criminal to the United Nation aside from Black Panther. The other Avengers that agreed to the Sokovia Accords we’re put in duty as Captain America, Falcon and Bucky

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    Poetry, the glue that attaches people to intangible ideas, feelings and beliefs of others is also functioned to picture historical events in epics. Walt Whitman’s masterpiece, O Captain! My Captain! is likely to be listed as the most famous poem regarding the American Civil War. With two hundred words in depth, Walt Whitman pays tribute to United State’s 16th president Abraham Lincoln. Although Lincoln is never directly mentioned, he is alluded through the poem’s metaphor. It is clear that this poetry

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    Under the Sea ' tells the story of three guests on board the Nautilus, a submarine whose capabilities match the torment of its captain. !!!Summary of ' 'Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea ' ' Written by __Jules Verne__ in 1870, ' 'Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea ' ' tells the story of three accidental visitors to an underwater world hosted by the mysterious Captain Nemo. From their arrival on board the Nautilus, the scholarly Professor Aronnax, loyal Conseil, and adventurous Ned Land are

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    Introduction Even wonder how children would act like without adults? Would they have a leader or rules? Would they act like adults or made choices on their own? These two fictional stories compare and contrast in the way that they show children’s behaviors without adults while building a, or several societies, overcoming difficulties and having different conclusions. These two stories are Peter Pan and The Lord Of The Flies. While both Peter Pan and The Lord of The Flies portray the actions of children

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    Walt Whitman was a very interesting man. The two poems O Captain! My Captain! and Pioneers! O Pioneers! were both about his present time situations. He included his thoughts on the situations that were presented before him. The first poem, O Captain! My Captain!, at first seems like a pirates voyage across the sea. The more digging that is done towards the poem leads to the conclusion that it is all just one big metaphor. This poem accurately describes the peoples reactions to the civil war from

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    Humphrey Bogart brought to life the role of Captain Queeg with a stunning performance as the erratic character that is high strung with severe paranoia. Robert Francis plays the protagonist role of Willie Keith. Francis portrays Willie Keith flawlessly with his depiction of Keith evolving from a young

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    Stories such as The Lorax and The Sneetches are read to young children often stick with them throughout adulthood in many different ways. The morals of those stories help to teach people what our parents cannot. When people read those stories as children, they often miss the significance of certain elements in them. As these children become adults, they begin to realize just how important those books were, as well as the underlying darkness in them. In certain books such as Alice in Wonderland and

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    The following is a reprinting of the 2010 TIME MAGAZINE article by Pulitzer Prize and Chancellor Award winning journalist CHRISTINE EVERHART, documenting her one-on-one conversation with Rebecca Barnes Proctor, as the jury in the controversial “Winter Soldier” trial begins deliberation on Friday at the International Court in the Netherlands. - I click record on the digital recorder. “I’m the last Barnes left, you know. The very last one.” Rebecca Barnes Proctor is the kind of woman that

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    Both presidents were killed and remembered. Elegies were written for both of these presidents. “O Captain! My Captain!” by Walt Whitman, was written about Abraham Lincoln, and “Elegy for J.F.K.” by W.H. Auden, was written for J.F.K. Both of these poems had a great impact on the U.S., and they have been read many people worldwide as well. The poems, “O Captain! My Captain!”

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    “I am not what you call a civilized man!” (Verne 50). This quote is spoken by Captain Nemo, he is the commander of the mysterious underwater vessel known as The Nautilus in the novel 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Nemo plays an important role in the story by affecting the setting. Since he is the captain of the ship he decides the locations it travels to, and his mood can be unpredictable at times. Because of this, the setting greatly affects the characters, plot and theme of this novel making it

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    Captain Sully

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    On January 15th 2009, Captain Chelsea Sullenberger never would have imagined to land an Airbus A320 on the Hudson river. It all happened when flight 1549 took off to Seattle carrying 155 passengers on board. Suddenly, a series of birds crashed into his left engine, leaving captain sully in a complicated situation where he either must decide to land on the closest airport, or land it on the Hudson river. He chose to land on the river which he knew was very risky for him and for his crew. Thankfully

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    The Declaration of Independence states: “that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness." The Declaration of Independence is a written version of our rights as humans in America. It is saying that every person is equal, with equal opportunities. The people are given rights at birth that can not be taken away. The document gives all the “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness”

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