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  • Who Is A Hero?

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    What and who is a Hero? Is a hero a fireman, who saved your cat from a burning fire? Or is it a group of people with supernatural abilities that saved the world from crumbling to the hands of Thanos, like the Avengers. Or maybe a hero is a person who changes the lives of many people, like Malcom X. All those examples are heroes in their own way, all might have a different way of conveying a hero but they do have one thing in common. They all show their ability to perform courageous acts and are noticed

  • Similarities And Differences Between Dancing With Wolves And Avatar

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    For this paper I will be comparing Avatar (2009) and Dancing with Wolves (1990) which are two very acclaimed movies that in a sense are very similar to each other but at the same time do not share the same themes or story line. Avatar, which is Fantasy/Science fiction movie directed by James Cameron released on December 18, 2009 being the world’s highest-grossing film of all time and is one of the most prosperous movies of the last few years. It has been nominated for nine Academy Awards and has

  • `` Brave New World `` By Aldous Huxley Essay

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    In the novel "Brave New World", Aldous Huxley creates a utopia world, where people live in a society with the motto of community, identity, and stability. In this novel, human are created in test-tubes. Taking soma to fix human problems and having multiple sexual relationship with different partners are considered as progress of civilization. From my opinion, throughout this novel, there are various contradictions among the characters. Huxley creates many characters who stuggle from their own values

  • Exile In Brave New World Analysis

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    “rift” in their jarred reaction to new environments and lifestyles, as well as the remnant of individuality various characters maintain in a brave new world. As humans, we are granted experiences that both enrich and alienate us; bits of our lives are taken from us but others are added to make us whole. Though, sometimes, we are taken from the bits of our lives, and have to

  • Archetypes In Lord Of The Flies

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    Christians often use the teachings of Jesus Christ as source of guidance. In the 20th century dystopian novels Brave New World by Aldous Huxley and Lord of the Flies by William Golding, the authors use archetypes in reference to the protagonists and their societies, to warn against the dangers of self indulgence. A lack of religion will lead to a lack of morality. Christlike figures often appear selfless, enlightened, and are taunted by sin. Simon from Lord of the Flies exhibits kindness to the

  • John The Savage : The Character Of John The Savage

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    John the Savage is an intriguing character to say the least, with an even more intriguing background. Son of the Director of Hatcheries and Conditioning in a “new world” that he has only heard stories about, living on a secluded reservation that is unknown to the rest of the world, merely trying to fit in with the other natives. He’s been seen as an outcast practically since birth and doesn’t understand why. Once he is invited to the “new world”, he experiences exile and seems to enjoy it, until

  • The Pros And Cons Of Dystopian Society

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    In literature, dystopias have always been given a bad reputation for being detrimental to a society. However, this belief does not represent the positives of a society being dystopian. It is known that any dystopia, a detrimental society, was created originally as a utopia, a pleasant society. This means that any dystopia was started with the hope of helping people, but since no government can make everyone happy, the society eventually breaks down into a dystopia.The fact that many dystopias are

  • Stereotypes In Brave New World Essay

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    Men exploit media. Men exploit feelings. Men exploit freedom.Through the advancement of media society controls aspects of what people think. Media in today’s world develop jingles and slogans for people to know their products. In the modern world everyone knows the popular name-brands by their logo or slogan, McDonald's, Nike, Red Robin. Media brainwashes its’ citizens in doing and behaving how it wants. Companies place ads for convenience products and toys on the children's’ channels because the

  • Aldous Huxley 's Brave New World

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    We are the Auxari. We are a race united as one. We have assimilated many into our hive mind, moulding a society envied across the universe. We come in peace, but in dismay. We have without interference observed the rise of human civilization for millennia. We have observed your exhilarating ingenuity, but also fail to understand your need for individual freedom, which will ultimately lead to your demise. We now realize that human society must be saved from itself. We are revealing ourselves to rescue

  • In The Society Of Brave New World, There Are Only Five

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    In the society of Brave New World, there are only five different classes into which each person fits. If one does not fit into the society’s pre determined structure, they are rejected by their peers and sent to live elsewhere with the rest of the outcasts, where they cannot harm the fragile society and class system that has been created. Each class of people has a specific title, job, and lifestyle. Adolf Huxley, while placing and characterizing each character into their pre determined social class