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    Around the premonition of the rising of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party, two German World War I veterans named Hans Janowitz and Carl Mayer wrote the script for the German silent film, ‘The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari’. Based on experience from their time in the German military, they wrote the script based on the mistrust of authority while with the military in World War I. The plot tells the story of a crazy hypnotist, Dr. Caligari, who hypnotizes and uses a somnambulist, Cesare, to commit murders.

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    The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari is the first film by Germany to be an Expressionist film. Authorities of an avant-garde movement believed that by using Expressionism in films (as they did in paintings, theater, literature, and architecture) this might be a selling point in the international market. The film proved that to be true and because of its success other films in the Expressionist style soon followed. Siegfried Kracauer discusses The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari in

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    Jay-Z’s “December 4th” was the first song on his Black Album, which was released in 2003, during one of the many peaks in the rapper’s career. The song includes his mother talking about his childhood in-between verses and is a very autobiographical song in the sense that he talks about his life up until he formed the persona that is Jay-Z. Although “December 4th” is thought to have been about the rappers’s presumed retirement, the song does not allude to an end to his rap career, instead,the “December

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    saying that people think that they will not die from doing drugs. In this song Macklemore is stating that drugs can be really addictive also he states that drugs can really mess you up and how media influences you to do drugs, for example rappers like Lil Wayne which he talks about in this song and Wiz Kalifa. Strong poetic devices permeate throughout Macklemore’s song Otherside for example he uses allusions, repetition and end rhyme. An example of a poetic device that Macklemore uses in this song

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    Music in Generations Essay

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    All music has changed tremendously throughout the years. Each generation has several specific songs that defines that generation. Every song has different lyrics that describe the emotions that the artists are feeling. The songs connect to each individual in many different ways. Lyrics to a song is what makes music wonderful. Each song touches someone through ways like teaching a life lesson or touching your heart. Every generation has music that impacts the world by motivating people to do

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    I love music and I have dedicated a lot of my time to what I love. I have been in the Children’s Chorus of Crane (CCC), played piano, and been in the Clarkson Golden Knotes a cappella group. From all of these musical experiences, I learned to become a better musician. I learned that the benefit of producing music outweighs the time and dedication I must put into it. I have experienced the satisfaction of performing music for other’s enjoyment. These are talents I will be able to take with me forever

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    By: Daryan Jessie “The greatest pass rusher in college football today” said Coach Tom Osborne of the Nebraska, Cornhuskers. Have you ever heard of “the biggest ovation you never heard.” 73,650 fans all for a single deaf person named Kenny Walker. It was his last game for university and he was going on to the Denver Broncos. Kenny Walker was born in april 6th, 1967, in Crane, TX. He became deaf at the age of 2, from spinal meningitis. He was offered a football scholarship from the University of

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    The Case Of ' 1984 '

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    Conceived Onika Tanya Maraj on December 8, 1984, in Saint James, Trinidad, Minaj is of blended African, Caribbean, and South Asian history. She spent her younger years in Trinidad, moving to the United States when she was five years of age to settle with her parents in South Jamaica, Queens. There her mom functioned as a medical caretaker 's aide, attempting to take care of the family on her $200 every week. Her dad drank vigorously and did drugs, taking cash and robing his own family to fuel his

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    similar and different from one another, even the ones that seem to be the most different have their ties that make them more comparable than one may think. In Apple’s commercial for the iPhone called “Barber,” and Samsung’s Galaxy S7 commercial featuring Lil’ Wayne, each has their own style in presenting their product to potential viewers. Despite this they are both related in that they are both featuring one specific feature for their products, have a lighthearted tone, a central focus, and a quick pace

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    Historically black music has been expressed through hip hop for decades. As an African American culture we express it for emotion, oppression, and feeling to get a point across. Hip hop music has changed tremendously over the years. Over the last ten years, hip hop has evolved into rap as shown by the style and subject of the lyrics or words. Many people ask the question, Is hip hop dead? Others ask does it have meaning? The lyrical style and meaning of hip hop music is very different from what it

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