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    that is authorized to work on live foot-and-mouth disease virus. Photographing the island is strictly prohibited. In Silence of the Lambs, it was proclaimed the “one place fit for Hannibal Lecter.” The only way to get there is by private government ferry. Trespassing deer that swim onto the island are shot and killed. But for microbiologist Brenda Donahue, Plum Island is just

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    Dark Knight Sparknotes

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    Knight. My chosen essay topic is: Analyse how visual or sound effects were used to emphasise a theme in the visual or oral text(s). I need to show how the main themes of showing morality when making decisions and the power held by the villain are presented in the film through the use of dialogue, camerawork, sound, and editing. I will refer to the scene when The Joker announces his social experiment and he and Batman have their final fight, The Ferry Scene, for my specific example. I will also comment

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    morality when making decisions and the power held by the city’s villain, ideas that can be somewhat experienced in day-to-day life. Nolan’s effective use of film techniques such as camerawork, dialogue, sound, and editing develops these ideas to aid the viewer in understanding the message shown in The Ferry Scene. In this scene, The Joker makes his last attempt to make people suffer before he is caught, showing the aftermath of

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    Crossing Brooklyn Ferry

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    Walt Whitman’s “Crossing Brooklyn Ferry” was written before the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge. It was originally published in 1856 and was titled “Sun Down Poem.” Whitman revised the poem and republished it in the 1860 edition of Leaves of Grass and under its final title, “Crossing Brooklyn Ferry.” Whitman’s final version of the poem was completed in 1881. The Brooklyn Bridge would be completed three years later. The Brooklyn Ferry was how commuters would get from Manhattan to Brooklyn or vice

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    Matt Hodel Dante Ms. Harlow 7 May 2012 Perversions of Hell in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince J. K. Rowling, along with many other modern fantasy authors, owes a great deal to Dante in the formulation of her best-selling series. Though the subject matter she undertakes—a magical world of witchcraft and wizardry—would have, in Dante’s eyes, landed her in the eighth circle of the Inferno, fourth pouch, Rowling would arguably have been unable to create the magical universe of Harry

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    The American Dream establishes a journey to achieve a goal in order to start a new life. In “Crossing Brooklyn Ferry” by Walt Whitman, Walt Whitman illustrates the arrival to endorse a connection with the American future. Therefore, Walt Whitman conveys the experience of arrival using images to highlight the steps to reach the American Dream. As a result, the experience of arrival introduces a similar goal people are trying to achieve, which connects one another. Nevertheless, the people arriving

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    Less unusual is the fact that Whitman says he spends time thinking about future generations completing the same journey on the ferry. This is where Whitman takes up the role of being the interpreter. He knows how to express common thoughts in a not-so-common way, making them last generations. Aside from the ferries being mundane, they are also not something one would typically associate with poetry. This falls in line with Emerson’s belief

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    we have to address states that must begin to rely on ferry transport across bodies of water. The ferry system needs adequate funding so that commuters can cross bodies of water such as the Puget Sound and Chesapeake Bay. Docks, landings, ferry boats, and employees will all need funding to ensure that this happens. Water public transportation is an unutilized territory and in this growing age we hope to help it strive. We plan to rebuild ferry landings

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    care was given to her mouth or nose. She was simply property, a long line of property that needed to be herded along. Two bodies eventually came to the latexed body and picked her up, one at her head and one at her feet where she was taken to a long ferry. Two small copper coins were put over her eyes, mere pennies to pay the ferryman who grabbed the oars and started to

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    Essay About The Hobbit

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    Bilbo Baggins a hobbit who was very rich and very peculiar. He lived in Bad End, the greatest place in Shire. He has no close friends except Frodo, his cousin who was adopted as his heir. Bilbo announced that he would hold a party to celebrate his 111 birthday. He invited one hundred and forty four guests. There was also Gandalf the Wizard, whose fame in the Shire was due mainly to his skill with fires, smokes, and lights. The day finally came. It was the party started with many entertainments. The

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