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    As childish as the Disney movie Lion King may seem, it is based off of Shakespeares play "Hamlet". It might seem strange to people who never knew this but when looked at closely you can see that they are actually very similar.   One of the main things that connects The Lion King and Hamlet are the characters. Simba and Hamlet are both princes of their kingdoms. The main difference between Hamlet and Simba is that Simba is a Lion, and Hamlet is a man, but are in the same situation which is dealing

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    If our national debt decreased a dollar every time a government official or candidate lied about fixing it, there would be no debt. Honesty is very hard to come by this day in age, so it is important that people do their best to be truthful in every possible situation. Honesty can be described, simply, as telling the truth; also, it is the ability of doing what is right even though, taking the easy way out and doing the wrong thing seems much better. It can also be moral and ethical stability. The

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    Nowadays, religion is tied into pop culture from our childhood have this connection that we don’t recognize until later on in life. The Lion King is one film that is associated with religious themes due to it having a story that is similar to some texts. It is a Walt Disney animated film that incorporates a community of animals in a kingdom that is ruled by a lion king named Mufasa. Mufasa has a son named Simba and the story revolves around his adolescent growth and how he is supposed to be next

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    People are most vulnerable and gullible when they are in trouble. The presence of conflict causes some to be persuaded very easily because they allow emotions to dictate decisions and control logic. Pathos is used in literature in these exact oments. Simba from the Lion King experiences harsh persuasion at the hands of pathos. Scar advises the confused and distraught young cub stating “the king is dead and if it weren’t for you he’d still be alive… run, run away and never return.” (Lion King) In

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    The Secret Lion Analysis

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    It is believed that imagination and a person's attitude can change throughout life. The story of The Secret Lion is about a boy reminiscing back on his life. His age is unclear but, he is an older boy throughout the whole story. In The Secret Lion, Alberto Alvaro Rios uses similes to emphasize imagination and attitude throughout life. In the story the readers can see if the main character's imagination changes when he reminisces back to when he was twelve and then again to when he was five years

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    In the movie The Wizard of Oz, the Cowardly Lion was a very dynamic character, meaning he went through many changes through the duration of the movie. The first time that the group meets him, the Lion was growling at the lot and frightening them. The story shows that when Dorothy slapped the lion for scaring Toto, the Lion showed his Cowardice by crying and making a big deal out of nothing. He then was crying because he had no courage and that’s when the group invited the Cowardly LIon on their voyage

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    His name was Aerowiph Ethereal Blade, and he was to be the next king of the StreakHunter tribe. He was the son of Gryphon – the king of the tribe and the most respected lion among the land. – He was fearless, serious, and kind but firm at the same time. He was not ambitious, though he wanted for his tribe what every good leader wanted; the best for his people. Aerowiph wandered along the huge field, playing in the luscious, green grass. Suddenly, he heard an intense, thundering roar. That roar

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    Robert W. Krepps’s short story, “Pride of Seven” illuminates the theme,with fear comes courage. The story begins by introducing the Masai tribe of Kenya, and the dutchman that has been living with the tribe for quite sometime. The dutchman has become friends with one of the natives whom goes by the name En-gerr, who has not yet sought after his lion. In the Masai tribe in order for a boy to become a man he must kill a lion, with no gun only a spear. The dutchman happens to have found a pride of seven

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    Big Bill's Analysis

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    Saddle up to meet the 5th member of Leo Royale, Jesse Underwood, a rough and tough Chimaien Lion with a southern charm! Born and raised in Marigold Bay, Chima, this country Lion loves to play guitar for his pals and get his paws dirty in a good ol’ mud wrestling match. In Leo Royale, the other members consider Jesse the “Dad” of the group. Although Jesse can be as wild as the west at times, he is a gentleman Lion with an inviting and mature nature to him. Always looking to keep the peace, Jesse

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    Disney movies have made such a huge impact on children of all ages and is still making an impact on adults as well. Disney has produced countless movies to serve different life lessons and morals for the audiences to take away with them. Disney movies have been so beloved by multiple generations. And there is a definite reason why; Disney does the magic in our lives. I grew up watching Lion King, Mulan, and Pinocchio. In Pinocchio, there were the scenes in the Pleasure Island, where, when the children

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    Are Hamlet’s actions justified? Did he do the right thing? In the story “Hamlet” by William Shakespeare, Hamlets father (The Ghost) comes to him in a dream and tells him that his uncle (who is now married to his mother Gertrude just after two mother after Hamlet’s father’s death and the new king) killed him and that Hamlet needs to get revenge so that his father can move on. As the story continues Hamlet puts together a play and adds some lines about how his father was killed to see the reaction

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    Throughout Hamlet, the thoughts, intentions, and actions of all of the characters can be explained through predisposed gender roles in the play. Hamlet is a tragedy in which the main character, Hamlet, attempts to seek vengeance for his father’s murder, while the relationships with him and around him begin to strain. In the play, gender plays a huge role in assuming the capability and worth of people. Women are most commonly depicted as being weak, powerless, and confused, while men are commonly

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    Human nature in english literature In this course we have studied works from literary periods all throughout history. Looking through, you can clearly see how styles and morals changed over the years as expressed in both fictional and non-fictional works. Taking a deeper look at it though, you start to notice consistencies and similarities appearing in the writings despite being from different parts of the world and from people from all different backgrounds and lives. By looking at writing from

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    and goes to find him so he could overtake his evil uncle. Scar is the rebel. He seeks revenge, killing Mufasa and takes over his brothers land. Rafiki is the magician. He understands the universe, and gives aid to Simba whenever he is at his lowest. Timon and Pumba are the innocent. All they want is paradise and to be happy. They are also the explorer. They want their life to be good, and experience freedom through exploration. The role of the caregiver is Zazu. He is like a nanny to Nala and Simba

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    Henderson the Rain King by saul bellow follows a middle aged millionaire named Eugene Henderson. He Inherited a large sum of money but he feels it's not his own, that he didn't earn it. He just feels unfulfilled with his life. So he decides to go to Africa to discover the meaning of his life. He arrives in Africa and departs from the group hiring a native guide named Romilayu. Him and Romilayu goes to a village where he makes friends with the villagers. He tries to rid their village of frogs that

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    The Lion King is a film based on a young lion cub, Simba, and the events he must overcome in learning to become a successful leader. The film begins with the birth of Simba, the heir to the throne. The birth of Simba forces Simba’s Uncle Scar out of the line up to one day become king. Thus Simba’s birth angers Scar enough to plot the death of the Simba’s father, King Mufasa. Scar creates a stampede where Simba and Mufasa are walking; ensuring Simba is present for his father’s death, allowing Scar

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    In the two short stories, “Brothers are the Same”, illustrated by Beryl Markham, and “Through the Tunnel”, written by Doris Lessing, the two stories both deal with vastly different cultures, but both stories are about characters that both undergo rites of passage on their way to adulthood. A rite of passage is an event marking an important stage in somebody’s life. In these two short stories the main character in each of the stories undergoes a rite of passage which marks their adulthood. While the

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    begins with the birth of a lion cub named Simba. After a tragic accident, which kills his father, Mufasa, Simba is forced to run away from his home and his uncle, Scar, takes over Pride Rock. On his journey, Simba meets a meerkat and a warthog, Timon and Pumbaa. He begins to enjoy his new life, until his old friend, Nala, returns to convince Simba to return home. Simba faces Scar and takes back his throne as the king of Pride Rock. Simba’s heroes journey begins with his mark of a hero at birth, call

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    and king, dies. Due to the circumstances, Simba is led to believe it was his fault and runs away to hide from this accident. Consequently, Scar takes over the kingdom and brings it to ruins. During this time, Simba has found two new friends, Timon and Pumbaa, while hiding who take him in and teach him ideals very similar to that of transcendentalism. Transcendentalism is a philosophical belief system in which nature and personal thought of one’s self is believed to be the most important keys to life

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    at the time, Mufasa, has a very deep voice which is a characteristic of being manly. The “good” lions were not the only characters that were animated to be colored lighter. All of the “good” characters are colored lighter; Timon is colored similarly to the “good” lions. Pumbaa is purposely a bright brown, Rafiki is blue with his nose being bright red, Zazu is also blue with a red and

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