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  • Keyword: Parineeti Chopra

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    fan base and has received critical acclaim for her performances in leading and supporting roles. Her connection with popular actress Priyanka Chopra who is cousin to her has also increased her popularity. She has received Filmfare and National Film awards for her roles. She is a humanitarian and is popular for her views on various social causes. (69) Birth Date: She was born on October

  • Female Representation in Hindi Mainstream Cinema

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    His films mainly acts as a mirror to society and brings out the various aspects of how a female is looked upon. All his films have some or the other female playing a role depicting the way the society sees them. In most of his films, Bhandarkar's protagonist is female. (Tabu in Chandni Bar, Raveena Tandon in Satta, Konkona Sen Sharma in Page 3, Bipasha Basu in Corporate

  • Essay on The Life of Jennifer Shrader Lawrence

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    had several award nominations including a Golden Globe. In 2010 she received her first Academy Award for Best Actress. Jennifer Shrader Lawrence was born on August 12, 1990. She has two older brothers, Blaine and Ben. Growing up Jennifer lived on a farm outside Louisville, Kentucky. She lived with her mom Karen, her dad, Gary, and her two older brothers. Jennifer was an athletic child. She was involved in cheerleading, field hockey, softball. She also acted in

  • A City In Winter And A Complicated Kindness Analysis

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    The Necessity of Sacrifice in the Lives of the Innocent The innocence of youth is often romanticized as being has days filled with laughter and energy; it is oblivious of the stress and responsibilities of this world. In such a picturesque world, however, it becomes easy to forget the many limitations of youth:. nNo right to vote, to make decisions, to own property or to even stay up past a specified bedtime. The idyllic life of a child is easily disagreeable to those youth who want know what they

  • Theme Of Revenge In Hamlet

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    Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, portrays a recurring theme of revenge. As we know, revenge without a brain can be extremely detrimental, it can turn a person inside out--making them act irrational and do the unthinkable. However, in times of trouble, Hamlet uses his scholarly characteristics of reasoning and logic that he has obtained from Wittenberg University to actively think through situations first, then proceed with his vengeance. Hamlet’s vengeance stems from Claudius for marrying his mother

  • The Wanderer and On My First Son

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    The poems The Wanderer and On My First Son deals with the questions of death and how others react and cope with the passing away of the loved one. As both poems show the anguish and hurt the speakers go through and by the end of it all, their acceptance of death and life’s cruelty. The speakers in each poem go through different stages of grief but in the end the same understanding that their significant other is in a better place. The speaker in both poems suggest different ways we deal with death

  • The Inhuman Book Summary

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    In the book, Inhuman, I loved it when Lane, the main character, and Rafe her friend were in the cave. Also when they were in the cave they tried to find a way out and they couldn’t. So they had to split up with a rope around them and the rope was used for when they were in trouble they could get help. When they tugged on the line one of them would come. Lane was in trouble when she got to a b lack and yellow animal. It was called a chimps. It jumped up from in behind and scared her and then

  • Magical Realism In Big Fish

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    fantasy-like theme to the story. In Marquez’s stories, one is about a handsome drowned man and the other is about a dirty, raggedy angel. We are similarly shown this sense of an ordinary reality, with a certain twinge of magic/fantasy. So while this film and these novels are completely different in the terms of context and storyline, they share these elements of fantasy, that seamlessly blend together to create a realistic, yet magical atmosphere that provides the reader with a unique and capturing

  • Analysis Of The Road By Cormac Mccarthy

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    In the novel The Road (2006), author Cormac McCarthy tells a vivid story of a man and his son walking through a ravaged post-apocalyptic world. Throughout the book, the boy and the man, or Papa, must work together to survive and hopefully escape this devastated world. As they travel the seemingly endless world, Papa and the boy show compassion and are always there for each other. McCarthy demonstrates that even in times of hardship and devastation, showing compassion to others can lead to hope and

  • Hamlet's Dual Nature : Scholar And Warrior

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    Hamlet’s Dual Nature: Scholar and Warrior Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, portrays a recurring theme of revenge. As we know, revenge without a brain can be extremely detrimental, it can turn a person inside out--making them act irrational and do the unthinkable. However, in times of trouble, Hamlet uses his scholarly characteristics of reasoning and logic that he has obtained from Wittenberg to actively think through situations first, then proceed with his vengeance. Hamlet’s vengeance stems from

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