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  • Comparison of Lord of the Flies with Peter Pan

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    "The Boys" The books “Lord of the Flies” by William Golding, and “Peter Pan” by J.M. Barrie, have similar characteristics that will be compared and contrasted in this paper. “Lord of the Flies” takes place on a deserted island where about 20 British boys have crashed during World War II. Peter Pan, dissimilarly, tells the tale of a boy who doesn’t want to grow up and lives on the magical island of Neverland with the Lost Boys. Both Lord of the Flies and Peter Pan have common themes, symbols, and

  • Analysis Of Peter Jackson's 'The Lord Of The Rings'

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    An individual's actions have the capacity to guide their actions and behaviours. Throughout Peter Jackson’s cinematic trilogy, The Lord of the Rings, the power of an individual’s motivations is vividly conveyed, as it influences many character’s course of actions. The root of Saruman’s motivations is his allegiance to Sauron, “Together, my Lord Sauron, we shall rule this Middle-Earth.” (Saruman, LOTR:TTT, Jackson), as well as supplementary influences. As for Frodo, his incentives were based on the

  • Ripulation In Peter Jackson's The Lord Of The Rings

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    things” (Jackson, 2004). Peter Jackson’s film adaptations of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings trilogy is one of the most well-known adaptations of literature. The films and novels tell the story of Frodo Baggins and his journey to destroy the One Ring that had been in his family for over 60 years. Tolkien’s Middle Earth universe was created in the trenches during World War I as a way to cope with the horrors of the war, according to National Geographic’s page on The Lord of the Rings. Furthermore

  • The Lord of the Rings directed by Peter Jackson Essay

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    trilogy The Lord of the Rings, which was directed by Peter Jackson. This movie gave me inspiration because of how beautiful and well put together the film was. It made me want to be involved with the process of how great films are made. According to Wikipedia, “Jackson knew he wanted to bring the movie to the big screen, and was curious to why nobody decided to do so.” He wanted to take advantage of the new technology, and create a fantasy that was serious and felt real (Wikipedia, 2014). Peter Jackson

  • Analysis Of Peter Jackson 's ' The Lord Of The Rings '

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    Peter Jackson’s Achievement “Peter Jackson, master of technomagic and generalissimo of a thousand technicians and actors, has made of Tolkien’s deliberately archaic epic a fresh, bracing revel” (Alleva). In his article, Richard Alleva praises Jackson for his great achievements. Taking on the task of adapting Tolkien’s cherished series to the screen sets Jackson apart as a courageous and dedicated artist who will be remembered. Through his adaptation of The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien, Jackson’s

  • Lord Peter Analysis

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    Lord Peter loves the thrill a new assignment can bring, just as any other person can enjoy discovering something new or does what they truly love. People get tired of routine and of bland circumstances, which is why Lord Peter addresses why the case he is working on does not fulfill him. He says, “ ‘Competent, of course, but no imagination. I want imagination in a criminal.’ “(50). When something is done with imagination, it is usually well thought and done. If anyone tries to figure out how that

  • Essay on Analysis of The Wrong Trousers

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    Analysis of The Wrong Trousers “The Wrong Trousers” is a Clay Animation Production (where all characters are made out of clay). Created by Nick Park (a famous Animator) in 1993, “The Wrong Trousers” stars Wallace and Gromit in their second animated adventure (they were first introduced to British Viewers in 1990 in another Nick Park production “A Grand Day Out”.) In this particular adventure we see how bad things can get when technology gets into the wrong hands…

  • Strong Poison Analysis

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    In Strong Poison by Dorothy Sayers, there is a multitude of detectives. There is our main character, the amateur detective Lord Peter Wimsey, and with him there are the people that work for and with him. Miss Climpson, Bunter and Miss Murchison, these people are the ones that help him solve the cases. The women that are helping Detective Wimsey are spinsters, who are equipped with a quick mind and who have no problem sticking their noses where they have no business being. After World War I there

  • Marriage and Individuality

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    maintaining entirely separate lives, which keeps their marriage from working (That Hideous Strength, 12). Lord and Lady Wimsey are able to live happily as a married couple because they communicate with one another (Talboys, 32). When a couple is united, they can combat any force that comes against them. In Talboys, Harriet’s whole opinion on the institution of marriage has shifted. She and her husband, Lord Peter Wimsey, get along very well, and she is still able to write, and he, detect criminal proceedings

  • Dorothy L. Sayers’ Gaudy Night Essay

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    “Sayers’s career writing detective stories effectively ends with Gaudy Night” (108), she did not present a new argument, but continued the tradition that Gaudy Night does not center on the detective story.  Barbara Harrison even labeled Dorothy Sayers’s Lord Peter/Harriet Vane books, Strong Poison, Gaudy Night, and Busman’s Honeymoon, as “deliriously happy-ending romances” (66).  The label stretches the definition of a romance, but Gaudy Night indeed has very little to do with crime.  Sayers encrypted the