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  • Ben Hur A Tale Of The Christ

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    through trials and tribulations in order to survive and fight for the ones he loved. This film was intense, historically dramatic, and religious. The director of this film is William Wyler. Wyler centered the movie around a Jewish man, but also on a Christians prospective. Dennis Grunes stated in his article that “William Wyler made some excellent films (These Three, Jezebel, The Letter, The Best Years of Our Lives), but, following the estimable achievement of Friendly Persuasion (1956), which took

  • Ben Huur And The Movie : A Comparison Of The Ben-Hur

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    Do you like movies that has betrayal, rowing in galleys, revenge in a chariot race, and seeing a little bit of Jesus? If so, the Ben-Hur movies would be a good weekend watch. The first Ben-Hur was made in 1959 with William Wyler as director and Robert Surtees as cinematographer. This is known as the original movie out of the two. It also consists of a good three hours and forty-four minutes of watch time and is given a “G” rating. The second Ben-Hur was made in 2016 by director Timur Bekmambetov

  • `` Maus `` By Art Speigelman And Film, The Best Years Of Our Life By William Wyler

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    soldier who fought in the war and the victims who experienced the tragedy as bystanders, instead the focus is more on the mass destruction of bombings in communities. In the book “Maus” by Art Speigelman and film “The Best Years of Our Life” by William Wyler, the narrator takes us into a world of war where the behavioral changes in the victims is brought up as a result of the war that takes place. The novel and film display’s another point view which allows the viewers to see the true experience that

  • The Development of William Mossop's Character in Hobson's Choice

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    The Development of William Mossop’s Character in Hobson’s Choice William Mossop started off as a lodger lodging with Ada Figgins. He was shy and had no ambitions working at Hobson’s shoe shop at the bottom of the chain. At the end of the play he was ambitious, married and the joint owner of Hobsons shop. The audience sympathises with Willie the first time he appears on stage because he ‘only comes half way up the trap door’. This is because of his social standing and he feels that he is

  • Similarities Between Death Of A Salesman And Soucouyant

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    Memory and Memory loss in Death of a Salesman and Soucouyant The Death of a Salesman and Soucouyant both broach the topic of memory, in opposite but complementary ways. Where ‘Death’ is about falsifying positive memories, and Soucouyant is about ‘forgetting to forget’. Where adeles memories are a trauma, and very much tried to forget, willies memories are a solace to him, and a way for him to cope with his failures. Both detail an unchronological slip of a figure into mental illness, and both end

  • William Carlos Williams 's Poem ' Marriage '

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    Poems are the best to express thoughts to readers, many writers choose to write poems to speak their feelings which plain ordinary texts will not do. Three poems have special ideas about marriage, they are: “Marriage” by William Carlos Williams, “Marriea Love” by Kuan Tao-Sheng, and an untitled one by Apache Song. All three of them have a central idea of marriage; two people are one individual after marriage, one cannot separate from the other one. These poems are short but they carry deep morals

  • William Carlos Williams : An Influential Poet

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    of these poets impacted by these movements was William Carlos Williams. His rapidly changing work changed for the better and caused him to become an influential literary figure. A literary experimenter and innovator, William Carlos Williams, was a busy and hardworking poet. William Carlos Williams was born in Rutherford, NJ on September 17, 1883. He was introduced to literature and the arts, especially Shakespeare, at a fairly young age. Williams became a doctor and fulfilled his passion every

  • Literary Analysis Of 'The Widow's Lamnt In Springtime'

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    William Carlos Williams was from Rutherford, New Jersey, born in 1883. By trade, he was both a doctor and writer. Williams published poetry, novels, and essays in small magazines. Williams started as an imagist movement poet, “which emphasized simplicity, clarity of expression, and precision through the use of exacting visual images” (poets.org). He later began to write more about the life of everyday people. His poem, “The Widow’s Lament in Springtime” follows this writing style. The poem

  • William Carlos Williams' Progressing Views of Women Essay

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    William Carlos Williams is a leader of the Modern Poetry movement with peers such as Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot, but broke away from it to experiment more in his own style. He was extremely creative, playing with forms and styles of writing and not restricting himself to poetry, however, which he excelled at. The subjects of his poems were not always people, but specific images, especially momentary ones. Many of his poems start with the word "The," which indicates that the poem will describe whatever

  • Comparison Of Landscape With The Fall Of Icarus

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    Pieter Brueghel was a 16th century Netherlandish Renaissance painter who completed “Landscape with the Fall of Icarus” in 1558. His painting was inspired by the ancient Greek myth of Daedalus and Icarus. William Carlos Williams, a Puerto-Rican American poet, wrote a poem inspired by Brueghel’s work in 1960 similarly titled “Landscape with the Fall of Icarus”. There is a common theme displayed in both works which both execute and establish this theme with different visual and literary connotations