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    Apparently, Jerry Seinfeld has no love for Kim Kardashian and her family of reality TV stars. The funnyman recently attacked the Kardashians and Jenners after learning his teenage daughter is a fan. https://www.mrporter.com/journal/the-look/dad-jokes-with-mr-jerry-seinfeld/2241 Jerry Seinfeld -- in a few words -- skewered the Kardashians by saying, "these people are not doing anything interesting." Seinfeld made the shocking confession during an interview with Mr. Porter. Jerry shared a few

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    In F. Scott Fitzgerald´s “Winter Dreams” Fitzgerald portrays Judy as a woman with a free-spirited attitude toward men that can give her satisfaction. Even though Dexter, who is a wealthy business man, is trying to win her over, she takes on other men, leaving Dexter incapable towards her love. Judy´s dominance, attempts at golf and usage of men can be traced as a more masculine type, instead of the stereotypical feminist approach to control her desires. She gives Dexter the impression on not trying

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    To get further into Munro’s ideas of how relationships and marriages can get damaged, the main topic to be discussed is infidelity. Upon reading The Bear Came Over the Mountain, the reader understands that infidelity is the main symptom of the problems within a relationship. The short story deals with Fiona's descent into forgetfulness as she ages. Munro doesn't come right out and tell us that it is Alzheimer's; instead, she lets us make our own decision regarding Fiona's ailment. We read that over

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    In “Frankenstein” the local villagers attack a young wandering soul that has been abandon and left to learn of life without the love or care of a parent or protector. The support or opposition of the villagers’ actions are what leads the reader to create their vision of the theme. Many question what the intentional theme is for the story and how the theme that one sees is used to describe oneself. Some will say that what the villagers did was fine because of the soul’s appearance as ugly monster

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    exposes the differing testosterone regardless of gender. We are first introduced to Jerry - the incompetent man. He is a pathetic guy, who is bad at his job, a poor husband, lousy father and is characterized as cowardly and defenseless. Jerry is an example of an egocentric man; a man that cares only for himself and his well-being. Nothing Jerry does ever works out in his favor; none of his plans ever come to fruition. Jerry gets caught up in his

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    Literary Analysis The motivation of others can come in many different varieties. In the book, Kick Kennedy, written by Barbara Leaming, it demonstrates the use of individual characters to show the difference in motives. The book is written about Kick Kennedy’s life from the age of six teen until her death. Set in the early twentieth century, it highlights her interactions with her family and lover. While writing this book, Leaming used all the characters to show how their motivations affected

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    Feminism In Othello

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    In Shakespeare’s play, Othello, the storyline demonstrates male-dominance over the female characters, therefore marginalizing the role of feminism in the play. There are three female characters who play an important role in the Othello, each of whom showed true love and affection towards their men and yet were rejected and became a symbol of suspicion in the tragedy. The story line of Othello contains many problematic complications, all leading towards the ending tragedy, but one of the main conceptions

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    Some people say Edgar Allan Poe was crazy and that he had a really messed up mind, but, under all that, he wrote some good interesting horror fiction stories, and he became known as the best. In “Tell-Tale Heart” a man lives with an old man's that had a defective eye. The man somehow it’s scared of the old man’s eye and wants to kill the old man eyes. Edgar Allan Poe used the literary device of setting to create a dark, deep tone in his short story by using two important elements of setting, time

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    I flew across the rocky blue Arabian Sea on flight AI1010 to America. With a new home and husband awaiting me, a new world ahead stuck on this huge metal plane, I feel so distant from everything I once knew. After spending the last six weeks with my husband’s brother and his wife in their home; cooking, cleaning and serving tea and sweets to guests, my nights leading up to this day have been spent tossing and turning at the thought of my parents being so distant and my new life so near. My last

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    In the short story “Jealous Husband Returns in Form of a Parrot” written by Robert Butler, the narrator a parrot, tells of his two life stories. He informs us of his life before and after reincarnation. Robert Butler was born in Granite City, Illinois. Throughout his life he has served a tour in Vietnam and has also obtained degrees from Northwestern University and the University of Iowa. With these degrees he has become a successful writer and won awards for his work. The freedom and the restrictions

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    I chose a quote written by Shakespeare because it portrays revenge of Madea in a very clear manner. Shakespeare describes Madea’s revenge indirectly through his words. “ Vengeance is in my heart, death is in my head, blood and revenge are hammering my head.” – Aaron, Titus Andronicus, Shakespeare, 1588. Medea is a tragedy of a woman who feels that her husband has betrayed her with another woman and the jealousy that engrosses her. She is the principle who provokes sympathy because of how her desperate

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    Various themes take place within short stories including “Young Goodman Brown,” which helps readers understand the analysis of stories. In Nathaniel Hawthorne’s short story, “Young Goodman Brown,” people are able to analyze different, themes, characteristics, and many other parts. Throughout “Young Goodman Brown,” Goodman Brown helps readers understand the true definition of fragility against human nature and how one culture or belief may impact a person. Thus, analyzing the themes throughout the

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    To fully appreciate the layers of irony in “The Pardoner’s Tale,” you must consider all types of irony. There are three types of irony: verbal irony is when something is said that contradicts the truth, or is the opposite of how the person speaking truly feels, situational irony is when events have an affect on a situation to make the outcome the opposite of what was expected, and dramatic irony is when the significance of actions and doings of the characters in a story are obvious but the characters

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    “I got a good deal, but something went terribly wrong afterwards”. This real-world negotiation started on 3/16/2017. I was searching for a short-term housing and was planning to move in on 4/1/2017. I got a good offer from a GWU student, Iris, and hoped for a better offer from someone else. At the same day, I received a request from another GWU student, Yue, that may provide me a better housing solution. Therefore, I prepared a pre-negotiation planning document for this negotiation. I noticed that

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    If I say Snow White, what are you thinking then? You see in front of you seven dwarfs dancing happily together with an innocent little girl, don’t you? But you should know that the Snow White theme is one of the darkest and strangest to be found in the fairy tale world. The story Snow Glass and Apples is one of the darkest fairy tales we got. It’s about Snow White but this story is from the queen’s point of view. The queen discovers that Snow White is a bloodthirsty vampire and becomes terrified

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    Sex, Lies and Conversation There are many differences between a man and woman, communication is just one difference. Deborah Tannen, a University of California graduate, got her PhD in linguistics at Georgetown University; there she studied the communication between men and women. Tannen has published over one hundred articles and wrote over twenty books, including You Just Don’t Understand: Women and Men in Conversation (1990), which spent almost four years on the New York Times best seller list

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    to have some fun, relax, and laugh a little bit. Seinfeld is a man who revolutionized

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    In the film, “The Truman Show”, one can make a solid case on the pro’s and con’s of not only real vs fake in America, but also the questions of morality vs immorality and which is which? In the United States alone, I believe most can agree that there has been an obvious shift in the meaning of morality along with the obsessions of what is real and what is fake. In the film, the main theme is that the main star of the show Truman played by Jim Carrey, comes closer to the discovery that his entire

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    Jerry’s death was also an unexpected death, due to him only being a child, even younger than Tim. When Mrs. Meeker and Betsy, they emphasize his death because of his innocence. Jerry was Tim’s best friend, but Tim was also starstruck. He didn't die peacefully nor was disposed of properly either. When Jerry died, he was also on a British prison ship, died from Cholera like Life, but wasn't buried or was waiting to be claimed. He was put into a body bag with rocks and thrown into the ocean

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    In the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, the main protagonist, Victor Frankenstein, creates an indomitable monster who soon becomes a menace and threatens his existence. However, the creature was not primarily a belligerent being; the awakenings about the cruelties in society was what corrupted the innocent being. As a result, the creature longed for compensation for the pain inflicted upon him and soon resorted to destruction as a form of revenge. The monster, being left with no protection,

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