Minas Tirith

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  • The Story Of ' Pippin '

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    were lit, ' he said, 'and in the ancient days of Gondor they were not needed, for they had the Seven Stones. ' Pippin stirred uneasily. 'Sleep again, and do not be afraid! ' said Gandalf. 'For you are not going like Frodo to Mordor, but to Minas Tirith, and there you will be as safe as you can be anywhere in these days. If Gondor falls, or the Ring is taken, then the Shire will be no refuge. ' 'You do not comfort me, ' said Pippin, but

  • The Core Theme Of Power In Peter Jackson's Faramir

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    “And nine, nine rings were gifted to the race of Men, who above all else desire power” (Jackson 2001). Galadriel, drawing upon the trilogy’s core theme of power, makes an excellent point – and Peter Jackson agrees, for in his cinematic rendition of The Twin Towers, Jackson highlights the solidarity of men in their epic power struggle against themselves. In so doing, the film renders Faramir nearly unrecognizable: he clutches Gollum by the throat and lobs him against a wall, takes Frodo and Sam directly

  • Motivation In Lord Of The Rings : The Return Of The King

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    Army of the Dead. The Army of the Dead were cursed after they failed to come to the aid of Gondor, but they were able to redeem themselves by answering the new King of Gondor, Aragorn. The played a pivotal role in preventing the destruction of Minas Tirith and afterwards, they all died. However, in their case, death was a reward.

  • Creative Writing: Battle Of Moria

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    the goblins have. I was desperate, the reason being that if we could not defeat the goblins, they would run over the dwarf city of Minas Mora. Then, I realized that if our dwarf unit retreated, the goblins would not be able to follow us far. We could warn Minas Mora about the danger and do something about it. “Retreat,” I quickly called. Everyone ran back towards Minas Mora like mice escaping cats. I was about to retreat myself, until I saw Gimli being skewered by a

  • English Source Doc.

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    Title: Dracula: Stoker 's Response to the New Woman Author(s): Carol A. Senf Publication Details: Victorian Studies 26.1 (Autumn 1982): p33-49. Source: Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism. Ed. Jessica Bomarito and Russel Whitaker. Vol. 156. Detroit: Gale, 2006. From Literature Resource Center. Document Type: Critical essay Full Text: COPYRIGHT 2006 Gale, COPYRIGHT 2007 Gale, Cengage Learning Full Text:  [(essay date autumn 1982) In the following essay, Senf contends that, contrary

  • Brazil Independence Movement

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    Brazilian Economic Booms through History The beginning phase of the economic boom in Brazil was in 1500. The first exported item that brought outside interest was Brazilian wood. Mainly, it was logged and exported to Northern Europe for the purpose of creating red dye for textiles. As a result of the logging industry’s rise, metal products for cutting and logging purposes were also high in demand and often traded. This attracted both Portuguese and French ships in hopes of trading metal

  • The Sexuality Of The Victorian Century

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    gothic novel, Dracula, Bram Stoker uses the title character to expose the repressed sexuality of the other characters, especially the females, criticizing the beliefs of the Victorian Era about woman as sexless figures. Throughout the novel, Lucy and Mina embark on a transformation from ideal Victorian woman to vampires. This represents them crossing the line between conservative women to sexual beings. Even in Lucy’s most domestic state, she expresses a desire for sex. In one day, Lucy is proposed

  • Dracul A Fundamental Step Stone For Horror Literature

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    more so depicted through her sentiments and principles, her “new woman” aspects are depicted through her intelligence. Mina is regarded to as a “new woman” due to her job as an assistant schoolmistress, seeing as to most women who worked were in order to make ends meat if their husbands were sick or injured and typically were jobs requiring manual labor. Stoker basically wrote Mina to represent the ideal Victorian woman with even Van Helsing praising her saying that she is “one of God’s women, fashioned

  • Analysis Of ' Dracul Old Vampire / Nobleman From Transylvania

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    naive and young, trapped inside Dracula’s castle, wants to escape and tries to, brave, suffers a brain fever Mina Murray: Harker’s fiancee, works as an assistant schoolmistress, best friends with Lucy, victim of Dracula, represents christian faith, purity, innocence, typical victorian woman, helps Hark and the doctors to Dracula and his castle, smart, helpful Lucy Westenra: Best friends with Mina, engaged to Arthur, many men like her, becomes a vampire, compromises her christian faiths, is put at the

  • Analysis Of ' Dracula ' By Bram Stoker

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    The story of vampires throughout the years has been one of horror and fear. Bram Stoker’s, Dracula, takes this legend and uses it to show how this tremendous source of evil reaffirms the promise of Christianity. Once Dracula comes into their lives, the characters must fight to save people, particularly women, from being turned into vampires. Being a vampire means a life of servitude to both death and damnation. Recognizing a dangerous entity like this, means risking their lives as a mean of protecting