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    was in the early 1990s. It was something different to see on the television screens girls fighting and challenging gender roles. In Sailor Moon, the audience witness a reverse role with the girls being the heroes, even though the male character Tuxedo Mask can also be a hero, his role was minimal because it was the sailor scouts that did most, if not all of the work. Victoria Newsom in her critical essay said “Historically, like almost every culture on the planet, Japan has tended toward idealizing

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    African Masks

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    THEROF 6 3.1 The Makishi Masquerades among the Chokwe and related people 6 3.2 Pwo Mask 7 3.3 The Ngidi and Makanda initiation Rites 8 3.4 Holo Mask 9 3.5 The Bambara tribe of Mali and the Chi Wara antelope Mask 9 4. CONCLUSION 11 5. BIBLIOGROPHY 12 1. FIGURE LIST Figure Page Figure 1: Unknown Artist, Pwo Mask, Wood Carving, patina and plant material, 9.5” x 10” x 10”, Private Collection, (Bastin, 1982:91)

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    One day, my friend and I were gossiping, and as we walked down the hallway, we pointed to every person we layed our eyes on and whispered, "Fake. Fake. Fake. Fake. Fake." I giggled at our secretive insult, but I lost focus for a second. In my head, I imagined a mirror. I saw myself - a girl with a big smile painted across her face. Then, this girl pointed to her own reflection. "Fake." Every day, my eyes scan this stupid place called "high school" - a dark tunnel I never find light at

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    Humans use to think they the top of the food chains, but they really weren’t and never were.. It just wasn’t noticed till later in time.And, Who is above the humans? Ghouls. Creatures that lives only off human flesh. You would think people would run and hide but they didn’t. Why? Because the ghouls lived among them. The ghouls looked like ordinary humans beings, you could tell no difference at all until late at night in a dark alley..But some ghouls even trained themselves to be able to eat it to

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    reference to your own process, discuss and analyse how the use of mask affected your approach to creating character. Compare how it differs from working without mask, assessing benefits and any perceived drawbacks. Discuss its potential effect, if any, on your work in non mask theatre. In this essay I will argue that the use of mask is vital in creating a believable and consistent character for performance. The techniques used in masks not only help to define a character but also help an actor improve

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    Different people put on a different mask depending on what “part” they are playing . Whether that be with peers, friends, teachers or parents you change because of the surroundings. Masks make you feel untouchable while you wear them, but when you take the mask off you feel monstrous about the acts committed while wearing your disguise. The power masks hold cannot be explained, they can turn the innocent into the barbaric. Masks have been worn throughout history. A good example is the German Nazi

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    civility. Jack’s Mask symbolically represented savagery throughout all parts of the story. In the beginning, it allowed Jack to murder the pig without feeling guilty, towards the middle, it gave him further confidence to maintain and rule, and in the end, it liberated the boys into savagery. First of all, Jack ghosts his morals by painting on a mask. The mask allowed Jack to ignore his connections to civilized society, allowing him to easily kill a pig. The author explains, “The mask was a thing of

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    knight shows up with a black mask who appearance mocks the awareness of the Red Death. The question is who is this stranger: death or an illusion from the Prince's insanity of escaping death? Starting off with Karl Guthke, he discusses the metaphor of this mysterious tale as Death is the masked dancer who appeared uninvited. This is supported when Guthka recounts in the novel, when the protagonist finds himself at a ball in the prince’s palace; a knight wearing a black mask attracts everyone’s attention

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    Masks, objects from a contemporary visual culture enabled the exploration of meanings and social functions between the Mexican culture and the Senufo culture. There should be similar social functions of traditional masks such as the usage of traditional masks in funerals, celebrations and ceremonies despite cultural differences. Additionally, there should be some differences in meanings of traditional masks in the aspect of representativeness. Regardless of the categorization and past definitions

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    Essay On Tribal Masks

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    times, tribal masks play a huge role in the traditional ceremonies and dance regalia of Native American tribes. The Northwest Coast Indians are the most prominent native mask-makers who carve intricate ceremonial/dance masks. Believing that the world is led by supernatural beings or spirits, several cultures created masks worn ceremonially to connect and appease with these forces. Two of the prominent Native American masks are the Iroquois False Face masks and the Hopi Kachina masks. False Face

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