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  • Spiritual Death Of Simba
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    Archetypes In The Lion King John Berry Edwards Per. 2 4/18/96 The Lion King is a story containing many archetypes. Archetypes are patterns or models of literature that reoccur in many stories. In this paper Iwill discuss three of these archetypes. They are the hero, death & rebirth of the hero, and the symbolism and associations of water vs. desert. These archetypes can be noticed easily and help things come together. The Lion King has a very evident hero, Simba. Simba meets many of the characte...
  • Lion As Being King In The Lion
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    Brittney McClinton World Literature March 15, 2002 Here Him Roar As Shakespeare wrote in A Midsummer Night's Dream", God sheila us! - a lion among ladies is a most dreadful thing; for there is not a more fearful thing than your lion living" (qt d. in) Aesop among many other prominent authors wrote tales of animals taking on human characteristics, but none is so as the reputation of the mighty lion. Known as the king of animals, the lion appears as an object of strength and nobility in countless ...
  • Musical Version Of The Lion King
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    Disney's success continued in adapting their hit animated film into a theatrical phenomenon. I finally got to go see the musical version of The Lion King last week, and the first few words that come to my mind are: "amazing,"stunning", and "unbelievable!" My expectations were met, as my eyes grew wider with the bright, colorful lights, breath taking costumes, and the superb music of the first scene. I was a little unsure at first, wondering how in the world Disney was going to manage putting a f...
  • King Before Simba
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    The Lion King The film I decided to summarize is The Lion King by Walt Disney. It is an animated film as are all Disney movies. The movie opens with the themes song "The Circle Of Life" playing as the camera show Mufasa, king of the lions holding his newborn son Simba. The whole community of animals is here at Pride Rock to witness young Simba because he is the future king. Everyone in the kingdom is happy about the birth of the new prince except for one lion. That lion is Scar. Scar is Mufasas ...
  • Easy Job And The Lion
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    The Mighty Lion For my I-Search paper I choose the Mighty Lion. I chose the lion because he is so mystical, and symbolic. I have always been fascinated by them and this is why I wanted to learn more about them. I already knew that lions live in packs. The male is a lion, the female is a lioness and the babies are referred to as cubs. This information was obtained from my knowledge over the years. I also knew that lions lived in Africa and preferred grasslands over forests. I know the lion is a s...
  • Simba's Arrival Back At Pride Rock
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    The Lion King My parent's generation grew up mourning the loss of Bambi's mother. Now comes the epic tale of The Lion King, and the mourning of the King of Pride Rock, and the lead character's father, Mufasa. The Lion King is based on half the stories in classical mythology. It is the tale of birth, childhood and eventual manhood of Simba, a young lion cub. The cubs birth is announced in the opening sequence of the song called The Circle of Life. The cub is held over a dramatic ledge of rock and...
  • Movie The Lion King
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    All is Well in Land of The Lion King In the article, Alls Not Well in Land of The Lion King, by Margaret Lazarus, the author over exaggerates an animated classic, investigating as to whether or not the movie is politically correct and morally right. The essay examines and stereotypes the movie, and comes to various misguided conclusions. Lazarus defines the hyenas and the lion, Scar symbolic, and declares that Disney already has gays and blacks ruining the natural order. She also draws to the co...
  • Movie The Lion King
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    Dana Forsythe Studies in Popular Culture Paul Morrison Willful Ignorance and The Lion King The subject of willful ignorance in the movie Philadelphia is obvious as the partners in Andys law firm pretend to not notice that he is sick with the deadly syndrome AIDS. This is a form of power on their point because they use it to justify firing Andy for fear of contamination. Willful ignorance is also a major part of The Lion King. The main difference in the two movies though is that in Philadelphia, ...

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