La Marseillaise

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  • Casablanca as Political Propaganda Essay

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    the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the United States' entrance into World War Two, although there was plenty of anti-Nazism sentiment, the movie fueled these feelings. There is pro-Allied forces propaganda to support the war, from the scene with La Marseillaise, to the characters of Renault and Rick, and to the last scene. Although the majority of the French patriots were elated to sing their national anthem, it created tension with the German soldiers who imposed their patriotic songs on the crowd

  • The Meaning Of Despacito In The Age Of Trump

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    The prosperity of In Paris railway station, two strangers sat down on the same piano bench and performed a remixed masterpiece, which attracted a bunch of people and brought a great joy for them. Such various positive role that music plays exists everywhere and everytime in human beings’ life. Meanwhile, music emits its perfume as an incredible intermingling, as such, it does not only give people miscellaneous emotions but also endows us both microcosmic and macroscopic insight to observe the diverse

  • A Neutral America in the War in the Film Casablanca

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    In the film, “Casablanca”, it showed us that America was neutral in the war as Rick said, “I stick my neck out for nobody.” Rick is portrayed as America, although he seemed as if he was neutral he started to show that he was caving in for the underdog, just as America did when we started to get involved in the War. During the film when the Germans come into Rick’s café, Rick shows that he is aware of what is going on in the War, just as we Americans knew about all the concentration camps. Also, when

  • France: All Things Charming Essay

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    As Cole Porter once sang “Only in Paris one discovers the urge to merge with the splurge of the spring” (LyricsFreak), the French have always had a “je ne sais quoi” about them, an unforgettable charm and an unrepentant tendency for overindulgence that makes their footprint in the fields of architecture, cuisine, art, fashion and even war, ever so lasting. From Coco Chanel’s simple designs to Victor Hugo’s enchanting prose to Claude Monet’s detailed paintings, it is clear that the French have an

  • The Music And Arts Festival

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    Go with the flow I have been to multiple concerts before but nothing compares to the Resonance Music and Arts Festival, a weekend long camp out of like-minded, motived, music loving individuals. In simpler terms, modern day hippies. These hippies focus more on medication, dancing, and yoga as a way to reach the ultimate state of joy. The people around me, the clothing they wore, the smell of weed that filled the air, and the music that blared through the speakers were all things I will never forget

  • Narrative Essay About A Water Ride

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    Personal Narrative Draft 4: In this story I will be talking about the amazing water ride in Universal studios, Singapore. I still remember till this day, how many times I rode that ride. For last 7 years we have been going to a lot of amusement parks like 6 Flags, Disneyland, MGM Studio, Lego Land, Epcot Center,Etc. When me, my mom, my dad, and my sister jumped in the car, I was as ready as can be. I was very excited when I read the map of Universal Studio. All of a sudden I became greedy and

  • Lasse Hallstrom's Choolat And La La Land Summary

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    Dreams are only fulfilled in fantasies. In Lasse Hallstrom’s Chocolat and Damien Chazelle’s La La Land, both authors explore the importance of sacrifice, drive and perseverance in achieving one’s dream in spite of all the obstacles. Through the use of imagery of colour, characterisation and setting, Hallstrom and Chazelle share insight on what it is like to have a dream in today’s society, that there are many obstacles for disheartening, but that all the hardships are worth it. Judgement and criticism

  • Analysis Of Erika Schickel's Magic Hour

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    filled with over the top parties, but Another City challenges that idea. “Magic Hour” shows Los Angeles a not so glamorous side of LA, but also shows the beauty of Los Angeles. In Another City: Writings From Los Angeles edited by David L. Ulin, a collection of short stories and poems about Los Angeles, the writers write about coming to Los Angeles or growing up in LA and how this city shapes the residents identities and how Los Angeles is seen to outsiders and residents. “Magic Hour” is about Erika

  • Best Movie Research Paper

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    Best Movie going experiences La La Land La La Land is very good. I saw it twice in theaters, which is odd for me because my preferred method of consuming media is illegally pirating it (NSA, I know you’re reading this, but this confession is not admissible in court, ok? ok.) Anyway, the second time I saw La La Land it was an 8:00 showing on a Wednesday in Cedar Rapids that I had to scramble to get to because I left work and didn’t get any supper. So we stopped at Hy Vee, picked up some to go boxes

  • Personal Narrative: Broken Bone

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    Broken Bone(s) and more In June of 2008, I was a happy five year old running around the park at my summer care Good Shepherd. It was a normal day we did all of our morning activities, ate lunch, then went outside to play. I was running around, and suddenly I tripped and fell. I landed in a really wrong way. The teachers ran over, and took me to the office, and I waited for my mom to pick me up in tears. It was going to be a long day. What felt like hours later my mom finally arrived. We went