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  • Every Great Reality Television Show
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    Reality TV: The Rise of a New Show " The Contender" One of the newest shows to hit the vast majority of reality TV shows that already exist is The Contender. The Contender is a show that focuses on all the hardships, training, pain, and dilemmas that a boxer, who is preparing to fight, must endure. The Contender will be a very successful show, because it has the attributes of raw emotion that can't be found when a director is yelling 'action,' and 'cut. ' By raw emotion I mean that the viewer ha...
  • Meursault's Emotions
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    The Stranger The Stranger, by Albert Camus, is about the life of a very complex character named Meursault. Meursault is a very quiet person who rarely shows any external emotions when a situation in which most people would. He displays limited feelings for his girlfriend, Marie Cardona, and shows no remorse at all for killing an Arab. He remains this way through most of the book, but towards the end he starts to understand his feelings better. Meursault's reactions to life and to people tend to ...
  • First Sign Of Emotions
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    Rand's 'Anthem " Anthem, a science fiction novel, deals with a future primitive society in which the forbidden word 'I', which is punishable, has been replaced by 'We'. Anthem's theme seems to be about the meaning and glory of man's ego. In this novel, Rand shows that the individualism needed for building a complex technological civilization has been suppressed by collectivism. Rand glorifies man's individual ability to think, and appeals to emotion. The emotion is displayed at various time thro...
  • Important Showing Emotions In The Story
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    Emotions Seen in 'Of Mice and Men " This essay will deal with the way emotions were used in the story of " Of Mice and Men'. Not only friendship and loyalty between George and Lennie. Faith, hope, charity, love, hate, jealousy and indifference are among the other emotions that develops during the story between them and the other characters, and that shows us Steinbeck's way of character definition. In the beginning of the story, we think that everything between George and Lennie is a big friends...
  • Dubus Hint's At Emotions
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    Andre Dubus's "Killings" is a very interesting look into the psychology that goes on after a person has been killed. The story discusses the ramifications of the original murder, the subsequent actions of "justice", and finally what is left when it is all said and done. Dubus's "Killings" is a very clear example of how one family deals with the death of their youngest son. The entire story is written in a very disconnected method. Throughout the entire story Dubus never takes a side, never shows...
  • Sundiata And Ihamim Bakayoko
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    By: Anonymous When I was finished reading both Sundiata and God's Bits of Wood I had a better understanding of the strong relationship between the African people and their leaders. Even though Sundiata and Ihamim Bakayoko became leaders by different means, they displayed a lot of similarities. Sundiata was a king, so the people had to obey him because of his status. However his subjects did not follow him for that reason, they listened to Sundiata because he was a good leader. As a wise African ...
  • Roy Batty And Deckard
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    Roy Batty and Deckard are both able to show us what it means to be human. To what extent do you agree? Through Blade Runner, we see an epic quest filled with meaning and symbolism applicable to the human condition. Replicants are basically human beings, except for the fact that they lack a history. As a consequence of this, perhaps, they also lack proper emotional faculties especially empathy. Empathy is the ability to place oneself in the position of another living being and understand that per...
  • Emotional Impact The Civil War
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    Emotional Impact of The Civil War The Civil War began July 1861 when Union troops set out for Richmond, Virginia. They met Confederate forces soon after the left at a small stream in Virginia called Bull Run. The carnage that followed showed the nation that the war was anything but civil. In this war fathers fought sons, brothers fought brothers, and families fought themselves. This no doubt left emotional scars for everyone involved. An example of the emotional impact that the war had left on t...
  • Audience A Part Of The Show
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    Is it a musical? A play? It's more like a Circus! On March 1, 2001, I had the great opportunity to see a very unique Off-Broadway variety show named De La Guarda, written, directed, and designed by Pic hon Balding and Di qui James. The theatre presenting this show is the Daryl Roth Theatre, which is located at 20 Union Square East, just a few blocks from Baruch College. There were many interesting moments in the show that one would be definitely surprised if he had no prior knowledge about the s...
  • Emotional Aspects Of The Surgery
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    In 1874, Thomas Eakins took a second course in anatomy at Jefferson Medical College. He attended surgical lectures and clinics presided over by Professor Samuel D. Gross. Eakins painted The Gross Clinic, to show the emotion involved in medical procedures. It appears as if the doctors performing the surgery have emotionally removed themselves from the situation at hand. By removing themselves from the emotional aspects of the surgery, the doctors can complete the task much easier than they would ...
  • Emotional Response
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    English Essay - Alienation The first two chapters of the outsider give us some insight into the main character M and how is successfully alienated from society We are immediately struck by M's response to his mother's death by his apparent lack of emotion as shown through "mother died today, maybe yesterday, I don't know". The death of his mother seams to be less important than the social expectations associated with her death as seen in M's conversation with the warden about whether to have an ...
  • Bus Stop The Only Reality Tv Show
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    Spencer Marte Mr. T. D'Orazio Academic Writing February 4, 2003 Reality? TV. Television has come to a new low. Reality TV rakes in the money for television stations while demeaning America's public. It is amazing that people are still tuning in to shows like Joe Millionaire, Survivor and The Osbournes. Sure a look into the lives of celebrities is always fun but these other shows are regular Joes (no pun intended) in a different environment, yet people are still interested. It seems as though the...
  • Emotions
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    Emotions which are; shame, embarrassment, pride, guilt, empathy, hate, jealousy, envy, happiness. Also emotions are physical reactions to things that happen to you, if something good happens to you, your happy and excited, if something bad happens to you are sad, upset, frustrated, confused, angry or even guilty. The emotions associated with both physical (and social) survival: the feelings of fear, anxiety, hope and faith. The emotions of belonging and connectedness: feelings of communion, love...
  • Two Faced Emotion Of Anger
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    Anger has always been one of the most predominant emotions among human beings. Quick to rise, and even quicker to lash out, the simple emotion of anger has the power to destroy and create. Some only see the side of anger that causes meaningless death and destruction; however, for those who seek it, there is another side. Anger has been the motivator for many who have been oppressed, and refuse to allow their servitude to continue. People who are forced into slavery and subjugation can only rely ...

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