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    Murphy's Apocalypse

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    Apocalypse, as defined by Murphy is: “a genre of revelatory literature with a narrative framework, in which a revelation is mediated by an otherworldly being to a human recipient, disclosing a transcendent reality which is both temporal, insofar as it envisages eschatological salvation, and spatial insofar as it involves another, supernatural world” (Murphy, 128). To put this definition in layman’s terms, an apocalypse is a narrative of sorts. A human receives a message, usually in the form of a

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    During a zombie apocalypse, one cannot assume they can survive on their own. Without knowing how the zombies could act, one could be at a loss when trying to fight alone. In modern life, one will learn certain attributes that could be beneficial during a zombie outbreak. However, most people will not hold all the abilities needed to survive. Therefore, banning together with diversely astute people would benefit the whole group and aid everyone’s survival. In order to survive the zombie infestation

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    The Christian apocalypse has focused on the end of the world, expressing the concerns of the populations in regards to the end of the world. Christianity has offered a way in which people may be saved from the apocalypse. This salvation can be achieved through an intense following of the Holy Scripture’s instructions of prayer, fasting, and belief. Those who do not follow the Holy Scripture’s will be left to experience the pain of the condemned world. You will notice that the focus of this apocalypse

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    The apocalypse is a very popular theme throughout the modern day film and literature industry. In all of these pop culture renditions, the apocalypse and doomsday go hand-in-hand. The apocalypse today is seen as the end of the world, natural disasters, mass illnesses or climate change are said to destroy the world and humankind along with it. However, the term “apocalypse” has been around long before the movies and books. Originally, the apocalypse did not always mean the end of the world. The word

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    Apocalypse Now, Apocalypse Forever

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    Apocalypse Now, Apocalypse Forever Francis Ford Coppola's magnum opus Apocalypse Now was ladened with problems and difficulties before and after filming. These problems ranged from those having to do with the cast and crew, to those having to do with the circumstances surrounding the filming, to those having to do with the script, to those dealing in direct regard to the very sanity of all of those involved with Apocalypse Now. Despite the myriad of problems that contributed to this acclaimed

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    America” was my favorite. Specifically, the “Rider of the Apocalypse from Apocalypse de St. Jean”. My second favorite was in a different collection. Made by the master of photomontage; Jerry N. Uelsmann’s work caught my attention years ago with his strong contouring lines. His “Apocalypse II” is genius for its time. These are two very different pieces of

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    A Zombie Apocalypse

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    In the event of a zombie apocalypse everything in this world would change. Society will not be the same, the norms society once had will be different. Governments would like to establish social control but the environment would be too chaotic to control. A survival mode would be establish by everybody, everybody would be by themselves, and only protect their own. Resources would be the new currency, because paper money would no longer have value, but a resources will. Governments would like to establish

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    Apocalypse Now

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    There are certain film adaptations that convey the literal meaning of a novel rather than spreading the same theme and ideals in a derivative form. Apocalypse Now, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, obtains inspiration through the plot and message from Joseph Conrad’s novel Heart of Darkness. The setting in Apocalypse Now differs from the setting of Heart of Darkness, however the theme of becoming hollow and being consumed by the darkness is portrayed through similar events in history. European Imperialism

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    Michelle Lasseter Mrs. Stover Speech Class March 27, 2012 How To Survive A Zombie Apocalypse In the possible occurrence of a zombie apocalypse, certain measures involving shelter, food, weapons, and fitness should be taken to better the chances of survival in such a desperate situation. Throughout the years, movies, television shows, and other miscellaneous hype have heightened a large number of people’s suspicion about the possibility of disease-ridden humans taking over the world. In reality

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    Post-Apocalypse refers to the era following a significant catastrophic event or an utter collapse of a great empire or civilization; ultimately, the struggle for power never ends and war never changes. That being the case, Fallout 4 could be regarded as an exemplary exemplification of this genre because it is classified as a post-apocalyptic survival videogame that thoroughly illustrates the formation of the hazardous environment known as the Wasteland after the total annihilation of United States

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