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    Frederick Charles "Freddy" Krueger is a character of the A Nightmare on Elm Street film series. He first appeared in Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) as a burnt serial killer who uses a glove armed with razors to kill his victims in their dreams, causing their deaths in the real world as well. In the dream world, he is a powerful force and almost completely invulnerable. However, whenever Freddy is pulled into the real world, he has normal human vulnerabilities. Krueger was created by

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    Kaylin Brooks English 1010 October 6, 2017 Nightmare On Elm Street Remake VS. Original Me being a total horror movie fanatic and with the remake craze taking the horror genre by storm, we all compare the remake to the original while we’re watching it. One of the most classic horror films of all time, Nightmare on Elm Street, was originally made in 1984 and later got remade in 2010 after a slew of sequels. When Nightmare on Elm Street got a remake, everyone at that time had split decisions about

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    Feminism In Horror: How A Nightmare on Elm Street reflects the Sexual Revolution Horror has long been about tales of heroic men fighting monsters (whether it be human or inhuman) and saving damsels in distress. Women were mostly used as eye candy, victims of violence or only to further the plight of the leading man. It wasn’t until the 1970’s that women in horror movies started to have more power in horror movies. This was majorly due to the rise of feminism, the female protagonists were fighting

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    DDD, and heptathlon will disrupt the normally ecologically balanced relationship between fungi and the roots of higher plants (Carson 38). Another huge disruption in the balance nature created was dealing with the elms and robins. To save the elms humans used DDT in attempt to kill the elm bark beetles who were the vectors for a fungus disease. However, detrimental effects rained down on many of the other organisms around the area. Namely, the robins suffered fatal consequences due the bioaccumulation

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    microscopic paragons decorate the house the three johnsons live in with symbolism specific to them. As Maggie and Mama sit in their backyard waiting for Dee to arrive, they relax under the trees that “Anyone [could] look up into the elm tree and wait for the breezes” Elm trees are most commonly know to represent strength. In the short story, “Everyday Use,” the family is illustrated as a set of three strong women who must provide for themselves in the middle of the 1970s. In their moment of relaxation

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    American Elm Disease

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    The American elm, at one time was a popular shade tree along many city streets in the eastern United States ( Buyers, 1996). It was popular, because of its vase shape, which provide good shade for houses along busy streets. The Dutch Elm Disease was initially discovered in the Netherlands in 1921 (Buyers, 1996). It was around the early 1930s when it was first discovered in Ohio and a few other states in the East, and by 1973 it had spread as far west as California ( Buyers, 1996). People at the time

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    may change, but the deaths themselves are still painless and, therefore, nothing to fear. Lewis Thomas introduces his readers to the concept of death by referring to the easily overlooked death of an elm tree. The death of the elm tree is not traumatic; it is undoubtedly natural. No one gives the elm tree’s death a second thought: “The tree surgeon came by yesterday with his crew of young helpers… took it down branch by branch and carted it off in the back of a red truck, everyone singing.” This death

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    Elms Personal Statement

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    I'm interested in Elms College because I believe that it would be the perfect place for me to continue my dream of an marketing education that goes beyond teaching me the basics. I've been interested in Marketing as long as I can remember, and have enjoyed learning about it and showing others my fashion style. I can't think of a better place to pursue a major in marketing than Elms. Not only did I get great feedback on how great marketing is at Elms I also find the courses of Marketing fascinating

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    The Elaboration Likelihood Model (ELM)

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    the information are to process what the source is saying and in turn decide whether or not to go along with the idea. But what if people do not always process information, and what if they merely go with the crowd? The Elaboration Likelihood Theory (ELM) developed by Social psychologists Petty and Cacioppo, illustrates how persuasion, or the presentation of facts in order to move someone or thing a certain way, takes place. This model “analyzes the likelihood that receivers will cognitively elaborate

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    interested in Elms College because of their nursing program. I have always wanted to be a nurse. I have read a lot of reviews on Elms College and how amazing their nursing program is. Most of those reviews helped me realize that I wanted to go to Elms College so I can get nursing education. The professors seem really friendly and helpful as that was said in the reviews. I also am really interested in Elms College because it is so close to home. I never really wanted to go far for college and Elms College

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