Claire Littleton

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  • The Reality Of The Television Series Lost

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    Imagine surviving a plane crash only to be marooned on an island with forty-seven strangers. Because of this, you are forced to work and live together in order to secure survival and potentially be rescued. Although this more than likely will not happen to any given person, it is easy to envision how crucial and challenging it would be to collaborate with so many different personalities. However, this is the exact dilemma in the television series Lost. Lost demonstrates many concepts of communication

  • Columbine Shooting Research Paper

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    Major events have crafted the United States and other nations into what they are today. Going from world wars in the 1940’s, to civil rights movements in the 1960’s, to extravagant national debt today, have all played a part in shaping our nation. Being from rural Mississippi, world news being made here is uncommon. We see all of our major news from televisions or newspapers, and this “news” is all happening elsewhere, far from here. Whether it is a good thing that we do not make the big news or

  • Glass Of The Art Industry

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    as it has changed the view of a material that has been used for over 4000 years. Harvey Littleton was the founder of this movement and he also contributed too many artists who have worked with the studio glass movement throughout the years especially at the start. He taught hot glass in a garage on the grounds of the Toledo Museum of Art. At an American Crafts Council conference in 1959 they challenged Littleton to prove that hot glass was a medium that could be worked on by individual artists in their

  • The Balangiga Massacre: Getting Even by Victor Nebrida

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    by Victor Nebrida and PHGLA All rights reserved The Philippine-American War started on February 4, 1899 and was officially proclaimed by President Roosevelt to have ended on July 4, 1902. Although General Aguinaldo was captured on March 25, 1901, there followed no mass surrender of other Filipino revolutionary generals. Fighting went on in Batangas, Pampanga, Tarlac, the Ilocos, and the Visayas. In Samar, General Lukban 's control had been set and was holding firm. Kill everyone over ten

  • Reflection Paper On The Solar Eclipse

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    eclipse. Without hesitation, they replied, received their glasses, and gave her the biggest hug their short arms could muster. Moments later, I was greeted by Stephen St. Claire, An artist from Asheville, North Carolina whom with a warm welcome, invited my daughters and myself to join himself and his wife Joy St. Claire, under the trees where everyone else was, and not alone. Understanding immediately the potential and power in this, I agreed, gathered my things and shuffled my daughters in their

  • Comparing the Openings of the Film Versions of Romeo and Juliet by Franco Zeffirelli and Baz Luhrmann

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    Comparing the Openings of the Film Versions of Romeo and Juliet by Franco Zeffirelli and Baz Luhrmann Both openings of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ by Franco Zeffirelli and Baz Luhrmann show similarities and contrasts. Although both versions are faithful to the text as the words spoken by the voiceover in the Prologue are the same, the methods of presentation are clearly different. Zeffirelli places the film in the 17th century and takes a more traditional approach. By using a white

  • Essay on How Luhrmann Portrays the Meeting of Romeo and Juliet

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    How Luhrmann Portrays the Meeting of Romeo and Juliet In this essay, I will denote and connote the hidden messages within Baz Luhrmanns modern day version of Romeo and Juliet. I will explain what the messages mean, and what things are the hidden messages. I will analyse the images and shots within the party scene that Romeo and Juliet first meet in. In the opening shot, we hear diagetec sound. This sound is a woman singing a love song. This indicates that there is

  • Romeo and Juliet: A Text to Film Comparison Essay

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    Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet has been modified numerous times and has been a source of inspiration for many playwrights and directors. Franco Zeffirelli and Baz Luhrmann are examples of directors that use Shakespeare’s legendary tragedy as a basis for their films. In the Franco Zeffirelli version of Romeo and Juliet, produced in 1968, the setting is accurate to the times of when William Shakespeare wrote the play. In the last act of the film a few differences arose. In Zeffirelli’s production

  • Success Vs. Failure : Success And Failure

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    where she always complain about how bad she is, and everyone else is virtually better than her. Whenever she loses games, she will blame herself instead of seeing those failures as a spring to help her becomes a better tennis player. Katty Kay and Claire Shipman, authors of an article called The Confidence Gap describe this as “internal attribution” where which people associate failure with their inability to do better (Kay and Shipman 26). Instead of look for other reasons such as not everyone is

  • Baz Luhrmann's Production of Romeo and Juliet

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    Baz Luhrmann's Production of Romeo and Juliet Romeo seems like a passionate, romantic and excitable young man. He seems to like the idea of being in love, although I would suggest the feelings he has for Juliet begin only as infatuation and grow throughout the balcony scene. In the beginning of the scene Romeo is portrayed as determined, wary and possibly a little frightened as he knocks over furniture and scrambles up the trellis. His eyes are continuously darting