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    The Messiah as Corruptor in Frank Herbert’s Dune Frank Herbert’s Dune is arguably one of the best science fiction novels ever written. A milestone of the genre, the work incorporates an intricate plot with a unique setting and memorable characters. Dune is rich with thematic material, touching on such varied issues as ecology, economics, religion, and politics; ultimately, it is a novel about control, the consequences of power, and human nature. Any reading of Dune and its sequels inevitably

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    Weak Willed or Winning Women?: An Analysis of the Women and Their Roles in Frank Herbert’s Dune Frank Herbert’s Dune won much acclaim upon its release in 1965 for its multifaceted approach at critiquing and praising aspects of politics, religion, violence, ecological and technological studies, and . In addition to the discussion of the aforementioned topics, a major discussion regarding this book has been the role of women in the novel. The epic shows many different three and two dimensional women

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    The people of Dune are lead by the hope that someone stronger than them will take on their challenges. The planet has begun its ecological transformation when it comes into the possession of Duke Leto Atreides. Paul Atreides, the son of the Duke, will become the leader of the Fremen. “The story tells of the Lisan al-Gaib, ‘the voice from the outer world,’ which will share the dreams of the Fremen and lead them to fulfillment” (O’Reilly). There is a legend among the Fremen that a savior will ensure

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    Politics and Religion in the Herbert’s Dune Novels There are a variety of political and religious concepts throughout the Dune novels that varies so much through the novels which makes it a complex and cogitative science fiction series. The Dune novels are popular with many fans and partly this is due because of its political and religious structures. This essay will be focussing primarily on the first four Dune novels written by Frank Herbert. In the first novel, the Qizarate

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    Frank Herbert and His Classic Novel, Dune “A beginning is the time for taking the most delicate care that the balances are correct.” Princess Irulan speaks these words in the award-winning novel Dune (Novel). Frank Herbert knew this quote was true because he carefully planned his epic masterpiece before he started writing. The novel could only happen after research of a variety of topics. Dune has many different influences and origins. Frank Herbert’s complicated book, covering a variety of

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    journey I have only ventured on once a long, long time ago. All I remember was it being very far and getting a piggyback ride for most of it. Now this year as yet another dune day was coming to a close, it was like 7 or 8 o’clock at night, we let Ella off her leash and followed her as she headed toward Sugarloaf, the biggest dune. As she start to climb my dad joined her because she obviously can’t go alone. They both stopped many time struggling up the big mountain but after quite a bit of time they

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    We walk down old, crumbling stairs to see a white sand beach and blue, sinuous waters ahead. Every step down we take, the distinct smell of the water enters our noses and exits clean and untouched as we inhale out. On the beach, families are sitting on their blankets and folding chairs, with their umbrellas open to hide them from the harmful rays of the sun. Kids run around and splash each other in the cold waters of Lake Michigan. We find a nice spot on the beach, lay down our towels, and sit down

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    to investigate Long Reef and Collaroy Beach’s coastal management. Sand Dunes The Importance of Vegetation Sand dunes are a valid indication of the quality of the soil and the surrounding ocean. When vegetation is established in sand dunes, it stabilises it- i.e. gives the dunes structure. This structure helps prevent erosion by using the plant life to trap the sand. Without these plants (and ultimately the sand dunes) sand will be subject to many natural forces without protection, meaning any

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    Every morning, I would wake up and look out of my window. I would admire the vast expanse of shimmering ocean that stretched beyond the horizon. My bedroom window in the back of the house looked over the enclosed porch, over the sea wall, and onto the beach. Entranced by the lull of crashing waves, I would become memorized at the immensity of it all. I was never afraid of the ocean. As a child, my sister and I would long spend hours out on the beach in front of our house. We would build gigantic

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    Some of my fondest childhood memories are of camping trips my parents would take me on starting at a very young age. These memories consist of walking a dark forest trail in the middle of the night, black bags hanging from the hands of all the young children with hopes of catching the mysterious snipe that had been roaming the woods, gathering around warm fires on cool nights with people you barely know and hearing out their past adventures, hoping to one day to take their place with adventurous

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