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    When we look at the systemic art movements of the last 400 or so years, the function and form of art as we know it have undergone numerous changes, and multiple defining and redefining periods. From the Renaissance (1300-1602) and its symbolism to Romanticism (1790-1880), Impressionism (1860-1890...
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    When I was living in one of the poorest counties in North Carolina, people weren’t left with many options in terms of income. And since legitimate work is boring to talk about, let’s talk about crack. If you ever find yourself in Littleton, North Carolina, take a turn off the main...
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    The Catcher in the Rye: A Literary Review In The Catcher in the Rye, J.D. Salinger explores complex ideas about identity and isolation, using the adventures of one Holden Caulfield to provide social critique and serve as a vehicle for Salinger’s arguments. Holden, the story’s protagonist, brav...
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    i. Synopsis Black Swan is a psychological thriller directed by Darren Aronofsky in which the main character Nina Sayers, portrayed by Natalie Portman, struggles with the preservation of her image, the pressure of being a great ballet dancer, and the temptation to embrace the darkness surrounding...
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    Before Modernism became the popular school of thought in society, Transcendentalism was the most prevalent in America. Transcendentalism was represented by Manifest Destiny and embracing nature. People reflected their ideas about the world through emotionally charged positivity in literature and rea...
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    Satire and Social Commentary in Huck Finn In Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, he uses the complex satire of several character groups to emphasize each group’s effect on Huck and how it parallels the real world. Huck Finn contains an array of character groups, from provincial rural town citizens ...
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    20 December 2013 The time is 6:38 AM. I have just completed Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Today has started much better than yesterday. Coffee in hand, I walk to the bus with my zombie-like gait. In a world where social status and importance is based off the accumulation of Ins...
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    During the period if instability in China from 220 – 570 CE, some Chinese were in favor of Buddhism because they wanted to see it thrive and they felt it established order. Around 350 CE, China was invaded by a group of central Asian steppe nomads. During this time, author and scholar Zhi Dun wrot...
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    The date is December 27th, 2012. I’m sitting in a half-broken, solid black computer chair in front of a somewhat junky desk. My Alienware M11 Rx3 laptop is downloading Windows 8 for installation at a rate of 1.8 Mbps, due to my recently installed LinkSys router. Inside, I’m tingling. I’m eager...
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