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  • Ralph's Hold On The Boys
    544 words
    Jack Merri dew "He was tall, thin, and bony, and his hair was red bene ay the black cap. His face was crumpled and freckled, and ugly without silliness". A cruel and ugly bully, he early develops a taste for violence. He is a leader of the choir at first, and then of the hunters. His leadership resides in his ability to threaten and frighten those under him. He is always ready for a fight. His victory over Piggy represents the triumph of violence over intellect, as he smashes one of the lenses o...
  • Performance Of Jack
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    I chose to evaluate the acting of Jason Dormeyer, who played John Worthing. I want to say first of all that even though the main points mentioned in this paper will be negative, the performance of Jack was quite convincing and carried out very well. The actor seemed very uptight whenever he was on stage. Luckily, being uptight works with the character of Jack. His jaw and his neck seemed to be tense during the performance. Jason's voice, however, does not seem to suffer because of that. The fact...
  • Jack And Ralph
    1,164 words
    ... from the group. He also does this by saying 'We " ll be responsible for keeping the fire going' (P. 55). He does this to improve his status amongst the group, and also the get on the good side of Ralph, who sees the signal fire as the most important thing on the island. He wants to be seen as a responsible person as well as a brave person. There are many major comparisons which need to be made concerning Jack and (most of the time) Ralph. Most of the differences are about Rescue against Hunt...
  • Toomey's Face Negotiation Theory
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    Stella Ting-Toomey, a researcher at California State University Fullerton, defines face negotiation theory as the cultural differences in response to conflict (Ting-Toomey#4). This theory is employed and used metaphorically for our self-image while in public (Ting-Toomey#4). The foundation of the theory pertains to the specific verbal and non-verbal messages in reference to face work (Ting-Toomey #2). Our identity, in turn, is often second guessed. In many scenarios, the end result is either con...
  • Bride Comes To Yellow Sky
    564 words
    Eastern Influences on the West Stephen Crane's short story "The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky" is a story about Jack Porter, the town marshal, his new bride and their anticipation of going back to his home of Yellow Sky. The story is told in the omniscient point of view, conflict and setting. It is traditional western literature using parody and realism to depict the influence of the East on the West. The first basic tool of "The Bride comes to Yellow Sky" is the omniscient point of view by the auth...

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