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  • An Analysis Of The Poem : Bugs Bunny Propagandism

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    Any Bonds Today? Bugs Bunny Propagandist Imagine audiences sitting in the movie theater trying to escape from looming hardships of World War II. They sit and watch as the commercials begin to play when one of the most familiar tunes in animation begins to play. The commercial presents itself deceptively using the classic Looney Tunes curtain opening and theme music with the simple title of “Bugs Bunny.” The only hint at the true purpose of advertising at this point is the producer listing of the

  • Bugs Bunny Commercial Analysis

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    Jolson did in the movie “The Jazz Singer.” Finally, the picture pulls in close on Bugs’ face as he wipes away the paint and once the picture pulls back out the backdrop has changed. It shows a combat scene full of planes and ships as Elmer Fudd and Porky Pig appear to help close the advertisement with singing and dancing. As the song ends a simple war bonds ad pulls into frame. It now presents a Minuteman on the left and texts that reads “For Defense Buy United States Savings Bonds and Stamps.” The commercial

  • John And Kelsie: A Short Story

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    There once was a man named Jesus. Jesus was a well behaved child and a gift from God. What I mean by gift from God is that Mary was a virgin and Mary was Jesus’s mom. An angel came down from the heavens and said to Mary that she was gonna have a child. So let's get on to the story. Once upon a time there was a family of two. Their names was John and Kelsie Robertson. Kelsie was a nurse and John was a welder. John wasn't always the best man out of the bunch, he was abusive, and rude. Kelsie was a

  • Lord of the Flies

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    chanting together, “Kill the pig. Cut her throat. Spill her blood.” (p.86) They are not ashamed of their gruesome act and repeat this chant on numerous occasions throughout the novel, complimenting the chant with tribal dancing and mock killings of boys pretending to be pigs. The repetition of this chant and the inclusion of the violent terms, ‘kill’, ‘cut’ and ‘spill’ emphasises the sadistic mindset the boys have gained. At one of these dances Robert pretends to be the pig, and in the heat of the moment

  • Lord Of The Flies By William Golding

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    Does every human have an inbred evil quality within their soulful selves? Nobel-Prize winning author, William Golding accurately exemplifies the fact that evil is an inborn characteristic in “Lord of the Flies” one of his finest books explaining to his readers the acrimonious truth about human nature. Golding started establishing his pessimistic view about human nature throughout his times at World War Two where he came to realize that everyone has some sort of cruelty within them and it is a natural

  • Fetal Pig Dissection

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    I. Fetal Pig Dissection II. Purpose Sus scrofa, or the domestic pig is a member of the class Mammalia and the order Artiodactyla. Since we as humans are also a member of class Mammalia, we have a good deal in common biologically with pigs, although we might not like to think so. Since we have a good deal in common, it is very helpful for us to study these animals both anatomically and physiologically. We do this when we test medicines on pigs, perfect surgical procedures on pigs, and even when

  • Ben & Jerry Essay

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    BEN & JERRY’S HOMEMADE 1. How has Ben & Jerry’s fulfilled its mission statement? What evidence can you provide regarding Ben & Jerry’s performance on each of the three dimensions of the mission statement? Ben & Jerry were able to fulfill their mission statement with the finest quality all-natural ice cream, profitable business and by improving the community. Ben & Jerry stated, they would make and distribute the finest quality all natural ice cream with a wide variety of innovative flavors, which

  • William Golding's Lord of the Flies Essay

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    The Beast that Kills Slowly Savagery is the condition of being primitive, uncivilized or the quality of being fierce or cruel (Google). It is something that comes easy to everyone at certain times in our life. People will learn it is harder to be good than bad. Being bad comes natural to everyone; people like the thrill of taking a chance. People are trained to be civil and polite from the time one grows up and it is not that hard because of the society everyone lives in. What would happen if the

  • Essay on Biblical Allusions in Lord of the Flies

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    The Pig’s head, dubbed Lord of the Flies and as one of Satan's names is Beelzebub (Mt. 12:24) which means "Lord of the flies." shows that the pigs head represents Satan. When Simon goes off to meditate he is confronted with the pig’s head, as Jesus was confronted with Satan when he left for forty days and forty nights. Simon’s talk with the Lord of the Flies is akin to Christ's temptation by

  • Inner Evil in Lord of the Flies by William Golding Essay

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    the gruesome slaughtering of the pigs and the “Lord of the Flies” itself, a gift to the supernatural creature. The Lord of the Flies is a direct translation to Beelzebub, which is name given to the devil in the bible. From this we can take Golding's perspective and motives not to express the relationship between the Pig’s head and the boys but human nature and evil. Soon the hunters lose sight of their school boy origins and their compassion, seeking only to hunt pigs and increase the tribe members