Ned Flanders

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  • Theme Of Surrealism In The Simpsons

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    Simpsons each week. On April 19th, 1987 after the shorts of The Simpsons were shown on The Tracy Ullman Shown they developed it into a half-hour prime time show. The episode I will be focusing on is Hurricane Neddy which focuses on the character Ned Flanders as his family goes through a rough time with his house being destroyed. The Simpsons uses several methods such as surrealism, characterisation and satire to engage the audience by adding humour and furthering the plot. The creators of this show

  • Analysis Of The Movie Rear Window

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    B. Jeffries of the story afterwards; bored, isolated, and with nothing better to do than to watch the world turn. He starts to watch other people go on with their mundane lives with a telescope out of boredom until he comes across the neighbor Ned Flanders acting very suspiciously, who becomes like Thornwald in Rear Window. The episode follows a similar storyline to that of the movie, with the wife gone for a long period of time and seeing both bury something in the ground, which could be either

  • The Controversy Of Legalizing Gay Marriage

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    If you cannot beat them join them, this commonly used phrase is overlook and ignored by many. The power and value of this simple phrase holds in todays society is quite astonishing. Individuals ban together for a cause, influencing society and then enacting legislature to allow authoritive figures to enforce the common cause. Louisiana is a perfect example of this. The state lost government funding when they did not raise the drinking age. By pressuring, or as some say punishing, the federal government

  • Short Story Of Ducky Boi

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    Ducky Boi It was a cloudy day and duck was stressed more than he ever was before. His wife was leaving him, His daughter was killed on her trip to new york city, and he isn’t doing well at work. He makes the final choice to end the 9-5 normal life. He climbs to the roof and stands on the edge looking at the ant-sized cars that move beneath him. He backs to the very edge and kicks back on the corner boosting him off the edge with enough distance to look like he’s flying. He glides downward

  • Why soldiers enlisted in WW1 Essay

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    To what extent did Australian’s enlist in 1914 to defend the ‘Mother Country’? There are many reasons to why Australian’s went to war in the 1914; everyone had different reasons for applying for this life- threatening job. Some went for the thrill, to get a job, to get away from the drought and some people even had war fever. On the other hand, some people went because they felt like it was the right thing to do and because everyone else was doing it. A lot of time people think only about the soldiers

  • World War I From A Modern Day Perspective

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    Looking back at World War I from a modern day perspective depicts a time of hardship and despair but from the European viewpoint at the time WWI was a time filled with hope. The late nineteenth and early twentieth century was a time that promoted national development in Europe and this desire prompted many countries to attempt expansion. This caused tensions to rise between conflicting nations, which the formed two competing forces to arise. Each alliance went into World War I with the expectation

  • Negative Effects Of War

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    negative affects on people. Someone always suffers a consequence of war and it doesn’t end well. Not only are soldiers affected by war, but also the civilians they try to protect. In the poems; ‘Memorial Tablet’ written by Siegfried Sassoon and ‘In Flanders Fields’ written by John McCrae, we can see the first negative impact war has. Soldiers are robbed by death of the ability to live a normal life. In the book ‘Catching Falling Stars’ by Karen McCombie, and the T.V series ‘M.A.S.H’ produced by Larry

  • World War I From A Modern Day Perspective

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    Looking back on World War I from a modern day perspective depicts a time of hardship and despair, but from the European viewpoint at the time WWI was a time filled with hope. The early twentieth century was a time that promoted national development in Europe, this desire motivated many countries to attempt expansion in order to prove their power. This caused tensions to rise between conflicting nations, which then produced two competing forces to arise. Each alliance went into World War I with the

  • A Poster Advertising A Reward Offered for the Caputre of Ned Kelly

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    This source is a wanted poster produced on the orders of the Governor of New South Wales, George Robinson as a method of advertising the reward offered for the capture of Ned Kelly, Dan Kelly, Joseph Byrne and Stephen Hart, collectively known as the Kelly Gang. The poster was printed in 1879, signed by the Colonial Secretary of New South Wales, Henry Parkes and the Attorney-General of Victoria, Bryan O’Loghlen. The poster was likely created through the cooperation of the Colonial Governments of Victoria

  • Egalitarianism In The Sapphires

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    for all. They depict the underdog, and their drive to succeed and achieve. In many Australian films today these two qualities are shown throughout which makes for a captivating and exciting film experience. Iconic films such as The Sapphires and Ned Kelly depict Australians fighting against injustice, personal issues and inequality, showing the value of a “fair go” and egalitarianism. The film The Sapphires is set in the 1960’s and is based on a true story, portrays four young Aboriginal women

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