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"It's not as easy as it looks!" Well, that much was certainly true. I was sitting at a metal wheel. I had a pedal under my right foot. If you've ever used a sewing machine you know the kind of…

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Comparative Literature

Although deference, self-righteousness, rashness, and self-delusion do not help the other characters in Hamlet to understand the truth or survive, Hamlets perpetual reflection prevents him from taking action. Hamlet seems to grasp the failings of the other characters and the…

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Cinematic Critique

Cinematic Critique Laura Mulvey and Walter Benjamin are film critics who base their thoughts on established theory. Ms. Mulvey uses a psychoanalytic approach while Benjamin utilizes a political and economic view based on Marxist theory. In his statement, "If the…

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