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    The Pearl Song Analysis

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    Marshaila Tyler 1/12/18 English 9 The pearl This book has morals of what happens when money is all that’s on your mind from the famous quote (money is the fruit of all evil). This topic is about the book songs and how they relate to other songs." In the pearl," Steinback uses six songs to show themes and emotions during certain situations in the Book and these six songs from the real world connect directly to the songs of "the pearl. “The song of the enemy is

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    The “Father” sits atop the Tetragrammaton Council that governs this city. Protection for the “Father and this city are provided by an elite law enforcement division known as the Grammaton Clerics. Again the reference to the “Father” and the protection of the “Father” are similar to what we see today. First, with the Tetragrammaton Council, tetragrammaton, meaning “the four Hebrew letters usually transliterated YHWH or JHVN that form the biblical

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    Propaganda Techniques used in 1984 (by George Orwell) and Equilibrium (by Kurt Wimmer). Propaganda is a form of planned communication that attempts to affect the minds, emotions and actions of people for a specific purpose. It is the widespread of bias and misleading information. Propaganda is a skilful, creative and artistic activity that requires talent, skill and knowledge (propaganda, 2015). The aim of propaganda is to actively influence people’s opinions, rather than to merely communicate the

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    Hierarchy and class Robert Plank wrote in his psychological study on Nineteen Eighty-Four that Orwell describes a truly unbearable regime; which, as we assume, could be real someday. Yet he argues that that society will be inevitable. „As long as we are under the impression of the book, we are forced to believe, that this will be out future“. All dystopias have a strict division of the citizens by abilities and class. In Nineteen Eighty-Four there are capitalist and proles, Party and non-Party

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    since knowledge and happiness are incompatible. They are denied it because it could cause them to think outside what they are permitted. In Equilibrium, anyone who has art, or any relics of the past are mercilessly killed by the Clerics from the Tetragrammaton government department. Items and information of history are considered to be a breach to the existential emotion ban. They are condition to think of the emotion of the past to have cause World War III. The Circle is unique in that it does not

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    THE DISPENSATION OF THE MILLENNIUM (i) Chapter 14 THE DISPENSATION OF THE MILLENNIUM (contd.) THE NAME OF GOD in The Millennium We have shown that God’s permanent and eternal name is the Tetragrammaton YHWH or “Yahweh”, as is the more commonly accepted pronunciation. It is with this name that He was known throughout the Old Testament (OT). We also showed that this name was changed to “Jesus” in the New Testament (NT). So JESUS is the dispensational name of God in the NT. As the Dispensation of the

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    Censorship is a common theme in both books and movies today. The novel, Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, and the film, Equilibrium, are no exception. Censorship is the regulation and control of information viewed as unacceptable by a person or group. Censorship is often used to hide information from the general public in order to enforce their ideology and to prevent people from becoming educated on a topic to form their own opinions (Definitions of Censorship, n.d.). This creates a large difference

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    Dystopian Fiction Analysis

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    Q1- Speculative fiction texts frequently have a clear political critique at their center, offering warnings about the present and the future. How can dystopian fiction go beyond warning to testimony? Use texts by both American or European and Middle Eastern or North African (MENA) authors to explore how dystopian fiction can be a medium for testimony or bearing witness, as well as criticism. Are there aspects of dystopian speculative fiction that make it particularly appropriate for testimony? Focus

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