Fullmetal Alchemist

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  • `` Fullmetal Alchemist `` By Hiromu Arakawa

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    “Fullmetal Alchemist” by Hiromu Arakawa is a book that perfectly reflects on human behaviour, and though does contain fictional content, makes many references to real world struggles and issues. It deals with small, more intimate issues like doubt of your loved ones, but also reflects on international issues like racism. It is a story that teaches us to not be too quick to react. It teaches us that we should not yearn for the past, and aim for a future where we will not have anything to yearn for

  • What Is Fullmetal Alchemist?

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    Fullmetal alchemist is an anime about a boy who loses his arm and his leg but by miracle of science he obtains, automail. This "automail" is a prosthetic connected to the nerves allowing the user movement comparable to a real arm, why does this matter? My dad is a veteran who is 70% disabled, he can't stay on his feet to long or it will hurt his knees and asking him to work would hurt him way too much. I however selfish it may be, would like to remove his bum legs and give him automail in real life

  • Fullmetal Alchemist Essay

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    Written by Arakawa Hiromu and published on July 21, 2001, the manga Fullmetal Alchemist surrounds two brothers who take interest in the practice of alchemy. Following their father’s studies and path after he leaves them with their mother--who later on passes away--the two brothers, Edward Elric(older) and Alphonse Elric(younger) make a grave mistake after attempting to revive their dead mother using alchemy. The forbidden Human Transmutation spell. However, the spell doesn’t go as expected; Edward’s

  • The Art Of Darkness : A Literary Era Of Suspense, Mystery, And Terror

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    The term gothic serves as the ideal backdrop for a literary era of suspense, mystery, and terror. A haunted mansion bursting with secrets, a naïve helpless heroine, and the male hero that saves the day are all quintessentially gothic. When Ellen Moers first coined the term “Female Gothic” in her 1976 book, Literary Women, she defined it as “the work that women writers have done in the literary mode that, since the eighteenth century have been termed Gothic” (Moers). Her argument that Female Gothic

  • Female Gothic As A Literary Era Of Gothic Literature

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    The term gothic serves as the ideal backdrop for a literary era of suspense, mystery, and terror. A haunted mansion bursting with secrets, a naïve helpless heroine, and the male hero that saves the day are all quintessentially gothic. When Ellen Moers first coined the term “Female Gothic” in her 1976 book, Literary Women, she defined it as “the work that women writers have done in the literary mode that, since the eighteenth century have been termed Gothic” (Moers). Her argument that Female Gothic

  • Roy's Narrative Analysis

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    Roy’s Perspective: “The only way we can track down that serial killer is to split up.” I announced. My soldiers, 1st Lieutenant Riza Hawkeye, 2nd Lieutenant Jean Havoc, and Alphonse Elric were helping track down Barry the Chopper. He’s committed many murders by chopping up his victims with a butcher knife, I guess you could say that’s how he got his name. “Yes, Sir.” replied Riza. Her and Alphonse started to walk down the dreary tunnel in the opposite direction. We were underneath laboratory

  • Jan Brett's Website Research Paper

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    #3 I think Jan Brett’s website is very beneficial for students and even teachers. She gives a lot of free, creative activities to do. I believe children would love this site because there are so many options and different activities, a student would have to find something he or she would enjoy doing. The site teaches many skills through coloring to reading, games and videos. While watching her video, Jan seems very inspirational and wants children to follow their dreams. #4 a) I didn’t recognize

  • Roy's POV): A Short Story

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    Roy's POV) "Ed?" No response "Ed?... He's asleep isn't he." Roy still working on Ed's back. 'I could be mean and poke his creepy bones under his skin, to wake him up... Na, he's quiet and still this way. He should always be like this.' Roy finishing after a good half an hour, pulled the blanket to his neck and quietly left Ed to sleep. He met with Al who was reading on the couch. "How is he?" "Asleep... He fell asleep half way through... He's hopeless." "You do know he is growing two new limbs. It

  • Interpersonal Sharing In America

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    This interpersonal sharing lead to anime clubs appearing all over America, particularly on college campuses, (Animation, 1991). These clubs laid out the foundation for anime to once again take root in American culture, and with shows like Pokémon and Cowboy Bebop anime solidified its position as a permanent piece of American culture, (Ladd & Deneroff, 2009). In time, television networks picked back up in showing anime, albeit not during their normal children’s showtime, with segments such as Toonami

  • Understanding The Dynamics Of Emotion, Compassion, Cognition,

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    Understanding the dynamics of emotion, compassion, cognition, morality, culture, character, aggression and violence, will reveal the motivations for all character types, their role in stories, and overall their contributions to forwarding the storytellers message. But to understand these dynamics, they must be explored through the lense of objectivity, pragmatism, and an evolutionary perspective that explains the purpose of emotion in its entirety, and the importance of the emotion of love to the

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