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Visual: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory contrasting to Journey, The North Coast

What ideas about discovery does this text convey and what techniques does the composer use to represent their view of Discovery?!

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Emotionally or Physically rediscovering something challenges an individuals perception preventing them to stimulate new ideas and speculate future possibilities. As rediscoveries are sudden and unexpected the ramifications differ for individuals and their worlds leading to powerful repercussions. These ideas are shown through Tim Burton’s film Charlie and the Chocolate
Factory as the protagonist, Willy Wonka, encounters a rediscovery of his unfortunate childhood whilst leading a tour around his very own chocolate factory.
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Written: Things Fall Apart Comparing to North Coast town

What ideas about discovery does this text convey and what techniques does the composer use to represent their view of Discovery?!

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New understandings and renewed perceptions of ourselves and others are offered as individuals undertake a physical, emotional or spiritual discovery leading to powerful repercussions. The impact of discovering something for the first time can be far reaching as the ramifications differ for individuals and for broader society. These ideas are shown through Chinua Achebe’s novel ‘Things
Fall Apart” as the protagonist, Okonkwo, reveals himself as a proud man but also a symbol of his
Igbo culture who then becomes destructed and taken over by an outside force; The Europeans. To convey these ideas, the imperative of “Let me pass!” clearly highlights that the messenger of the
British people are taking control of Umofia as they command orders and expect them to be followed. Though it is the act of unwillingness to accept change after 7 years of exile that causes
Okonkwo to “draw his machete” and also through the act of providing hope for his tribesman to fight back. The rhetorical question of “why did he do it” asked by Okonkwo’s fellow tribesmen suggest that if they didn’t understand why Okonkwo violently reacted then they have clearly given up fighting for what was
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