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All Quiet on the Western Front
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...All Quiet on the Western Front: A Tale of Disillusionment and Waste "All Quiet on the Western Front", a movie based on a novel by Erich Maria Remarque could authentically be classified as the first antiwar movie, which was to give way to an entire new genre in the art of movie making. The movie was not only well received in its times, but also managed to grab Oscars for the best picture and best direction in 1930. The message portrayed in the movie is that of disillusionment, nihilism and waste that defines the modern warfare, which was to retain its appeal in all the ages and times, courtesy its ingenuity of technique bolstered by the director's ability... of the of the Concerned 13 July 2009 All ...
ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT
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...All Quiet on the Western Front All Quiet on the Western Front is an antiwar novel written by Erich Maria Remarque a German boy who was drafted into the Germany war in 1916 to fight the world war I. in this war, Remarque was badly wounded and 10 years after the war, he was motivated to write this book with the purpose of bringing into light what ordinary German soldiers go through during times of war. The book is narrated by Paul Baumer a 19-year old man who was also fighting for Germany in the World War I but died before real peace could be achieved...
All Quiet on the Western Front
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...All Quiet on the Western Front Erich Maria Remarque, a German veteran of World War I wrote the novel “Im Westen nichts Neues,” which literally translates to “In the West Nothing New.” The English translation by Arthur Wesley Wheen gives it the title “All Quiet on the Western Front.” The original book was first published in German newspapers and a year later in book version but was burned in Nazi Germany. However, it was translated into more than twenty languages and changed forever the entire perception of war. Drawing inspiration from his own experiences in World War I, Remarque put the spotlight squarely on the horrors of war, and its catastrophic effects on all - the vanquished as well... ...
All Quiet on the Western Front
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...All Quiet on the Western Front All Quiet on the Western Front is an antiwar novel written by Erich Maria Remarque a German boy who was drafted into the Germany war in 1916 to fight the world war I. in this war, Remarque was badly wounded and 10 years after the war, he was motivated to write this book with the purpose of bringing into light what ordinary German soldiers go through during times of war. The book is narrated by Paul Baumer a 19-year old man who was also fighting for Germany in the World War I but died before real peace could be achieved...
All Quiet on the Western Front
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...All Quiet on the Western Front Introduction Written by Erich Maria, All Quiet on the Western Front is an extraordinary novel.Unlike other war novels that romanticize wars by portraying the themes of heroism, honor, glory, adventure and patriotic duty among others, the story concentrates on the actual battles as experienced by the soldiers. Soldiers are humans like any other and have the innate fear of danger, injury, and death. The book portrays the experiences of German soldiers by showing the sad and demoralizing tales of the threat of mortality that...
All Quiet on the Western Front
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...All Quiet on the Western Front” Erich Remarque’s“All Quiet on the Western Front” cuts through the conventional norm of romanticizing warfare through a narrative of raw accounts pertaining to war. Rather, the author portrays the harsh realities that are faced by young soldiers as they assume the responsibility of fighting wars that are to be fought by old people. Focusing on the time of World War I, the book is centered on the less known “trench” warfare (Novel Guide). It reveals the historical practice of hiding in ditches before coming out in the open to fight the war. The resulting severe casualties and ruggedness of war... of culture. Some even went as far as saying that this novel hints...
All Quiet on the Western Front
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...All Quiet on the Western Front” Erich Remarque’s“All Quiet on the Western Front” cuts through the conventional norm of romanticizing warfare through a narrative of raw accounts pertaining to war. Rather, the author portrays the harsh realities that are faced by young soldiers as they assume the responsibility of fighting wars that are to be fought by old people. Focusing on the time of World War I, the book is centered on the less known “trench” warfare (Novel Guide). It reveals the historical practice of hiding in ditches before coming out in the open to fight the war. The resulting severe casualties and ruggedness of war... of culture. Some even went as far as saying that this novel hints...
''All Quiet on the Western Front''
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...All Quiet on the Western Front Zeit zu leben und Zeit zu sterben. All Quiet on the Western Front is the screen adaptation of the novel by Erich Maria Remarque, filmed by Lewis Milestone (born Lev Milstein) in 1930. That year the world saw the first adaptation of the novel which won four Oscar nominations. The director and the film became Oscar-winning. None of the subsequent adaptations were lucky to repeat that success even partially. The original movie does not only give us the general idea of ??how the First World War looked like - it’s a deep immersion...
All Quiet on the Western Front
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...All Quiet on the Western Front by: Erich Maria Remarque The book All’s Quiet on the Western Front is essentially a war novel based on Remarque’s own experience in combat. He prefaces the story by saying, ““I will try simply to tell of a generation of men who, even though they may have escaped shells, were destroyed by the war”() This piece is meant to be an anti-war novel as well as an anti-nationalism piece. It is set in World War I and is written in the first person narrative. The narrator and main character is named Paul Bamer and the reader is...
All Quiet On the Western Front Assignment
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...All Quiet On the Western Front Assignment- Close Reading Introduction: A good book must have a great beginning, and ‘All Quiet on the Western Front,’ fulfills this criteria. The novel becomes ‘unputdownable.’ I have selected the following passage for close reading from this book by Erich Maria Remarque. The passage begins from, “Close behind us (3)……to “Since then we have learned better than to be shy about such trifling immodesties. In time things far worse than that come easy tom us.”(7)It details the experiences of Paul Baumer, a young man of nineteen, a soldier in the German army in World War I. It opens with Paul on the front lines. The story concludes with Paul’s death... English February 7, All...
All Quiet On the Western Front Assignment- Close Reading
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...All Quiet On the Western Front Assignment- Close Reading Introduction: A good book must have a great beginning, and ‘All Quiet on the Western Front,’ fulfills this criteria. The novel becomes ‘unputdownable.’ I have selected the following passage for close reading from this book by Erich Maria Remarque. The passage begins from, “Close behind us (3)……to “Since then we have learned better than to be shy about such trifling immodesties. In time things far worse than that come easy tom us.”(7)It details the experiences of Paul Bäumer, a young man of nineteen, a soldier in the German army in World War I. It opens with Paul on the front lines. The story concludes with Paul’s... English February 7,...
Critique Paper - All Quiet on the Western Front
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...All Quiet on the Western Front is a book by Erich Maria Remarque. It is a narration by a young 19 year old boy Paul Baumer who is a part of the German army in World War I. Paul joins the army in a haze of patriotic fervor but the training opens his eyes to the emptiness of nationalism and patriotism. As part of a 150 man company, Paul lives through the harsh pragmatism and agony of war and is forced to harden his heart to fear and sympathy. The harrowing mission scars Paul and his company and makes them into animal like war machines. Paul often wonders what he was to do if the war was to end. Pauls’ suppression of emotions has made him into an emotional cripple who... of your Essay Sub Paper Due All...
Exceptionalism in "All Quiet on the western Front"
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...All Is Quiet on the Western Front” by Erich Remarque, there is a sense of exceptionalism that is displayed through the narration. This is done to show a display of the war while creating division among the characters throughout the book. More important, the technique used is able to display the concept of division in the war and the tensions which this creates. The exceptionalism... home country. The realities of the battle turn into exceptionalism when there is finally a time of silence and when all becomes quiet on the Western front. “He had fallen forward and lay on the earth as though sleeping. Turning him over one saw...
Book Review of "All Quiet on the Western Front"
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...All Quiet on The Western Front Every once in a while, a book is published that causes much upheaval in the society and touches the nerves of the masses, often addressing controversial yet important topics and challenges the set norms of the period. “All Quiet on the Western Front”, originally published in German1, is one such book, that was received both with acceptance and hated by different parties. It addresses the horrors and realities of the World War I, but essentially the same themes can be applied to any war anywhere in the world. It lays bare the tragedies and difficulties that the young soldiers have to face while... from the statement, ‘We are cut off from activity, from striving,...
Comparison Essay between "All Quiet on the Western Front" and "The Things They Carried"
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...All Quiet on the Western Front’ and ‘The Things They Carried’ In the short story The Things They Carried, Tim O’Brien reveals and critically elaborates the fears, horrendous physical conditions a man may be willing to be exposed, to salvage his reputation. The story is about the infantry Platoon fighting in the jungles of Vietnam in 1968, and the related weight the soldiers had to carry. This weight was in form of the emotional stress, and heavy physical burdens to ensure the survival of the men in this jungle. On the other hand, All Quiet on the Western Front is novel discussing the experience of young men in the army, during World War I in Germany to salvage the country... Comparison essay between...
The Protagonists's Experiences in the "Diary of a Napoleonic Foot Soldier", "All Quiet on the Western Front" and "If Die in a Co
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...All Quiet on the Western Front and I O’Brien’s If Die in a Combat Zone. Discussion Jakob Walter’s Diary of a Napoleonic Foot Soldier is one of a major source of information on war and in this memoir; Walter shares experiences of his life. Jakob, a German... Introduction In the present times, the past becomes difficult for people to understand because of lack of information. Itis hard for anyone to understand the past events and only rely on the written sources to explain the people’s experiences especially during war. The major causes of war included intense nationalism, colonial rivalry, economic and naval rivalry and fighting over raw materials and expansion of markets. What lacks is the first hand...
All quit on the western front
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...all come together to form a very depressing view of just how horrific war, and specifically the First World War, could be. Work Cited Burgess, Edwin B., and Margaret Heilbrun. "All Quiet On The Western Front." Library Journal 138.18 (2013): 55. Business Source Complete. Web. 21 Jan. 2014.... The movie itself begins by relating the way in which young Paul was encouraged to join the German military soon after the outbreak of the First WorldWar. Spirits are high in the belief and Fatherland and virtue pervade many of the scenes that appear within the first portion of the film. However, with the anticipation of a quick victory and the manner through which patriotic virtue would see Germany triumph over its...
Literature: comparative paper
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...All Quiet on the Western Front Thesis Despite being written being written from opposite sides and perspectives of officers versus soldiers, both Journey’s End, by RC Sherriff, and All Quiet on the Western Front, by Erich Remarque, look specifically at how war dehumanizes, destroys, and breaks the men who fought at the front. Journey’s End R.C. Sherriff has been on the front lines of war himself. He even rose to the rank of Captain in the British Army during the First World War, in which both stories were set. Thus, Sherriff saw first hand how war can destroy a person’s soul. Journey’s End was written to show a brazen view of what life was really... 30 September Compare and Contrast: Journey’s End And...
Film analysis.
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...All Quiet on the Western Front through a detailed analysis of the content and the significance in terms of the film’s historical context. Name Institution Date Introduction The film All Quiet on the Western Front gives an intuitive story of six soldiers of the German nation who personally volunteered to fight for their country during the World War I. this film chronicles the soldier’s demise in the aspects of intellect, spirit and physical well-being. In addition, movie is an adaptation and deep reflection of a legendary novel by Eric Maria Remarque. Gutierrez (2006) claims that in the novel, these young Germans enlist to fight in the World War I and the horrors... ? Film Analysis Review of the film All...
Critique of AQWF
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...All Quiet on the Western Front- A Critique “All Quiet on the Western Front “is a novel written by Erich Maria Remarque, a German soldier who took part in World War I. So, naturally, the novel deals with the same subject. The novel narrates the lives of soldiers, especially the German soldiers, during World War I. instead of offering a depiction of some heroic actions; the novel provides a realistic picture of how the war shatters the lives of soldiers. In addition, it portrays how the mainstream society fails to understand this extreme mental and physical...
Literature about War
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...All Quiet on the Western Front vs. The Things They Carried War declared entails hardships that soldiers can do nothing about but endure. Fighting or a country does not always mean fighting for the common good. Being in the battlefield does not always show bravery imperishable by fear, guilt, and remorse. When soldiers show strength, and when wars are fought with so much contention, it's usually the time when the fighters are weak and the battles are unjustified. The stories "The Things They Carried and All Quiet on the Western Front" both tackle the different issues of going into warfare and the difficulties faced by soldiers. These reflect... Alex Mahdessian ENG-4U1 Mrs.Bej Tuesday, June 12, 2007 All ...
Nationalism and Patriotism in World War I
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...all possible ghastly consequences in war participation. Yet again, the emphasis of this treatise is directed towards “nationalism” and “patriotism” and their corresponding examples as exemplified in the novel. The reader is likewise informed to all new sorts of attacks in the war which even more procured the writer the impetus to write this novel. Nationalism Nationalism oftentimes connotes the unwavering commitment and loyalty of a person towards his mother homeland. In the novel “All Quiet on the Western Front”, nationalism is introduced through... The book conspicuously expresses on the squalid, hostile nature of war, more specifically, the World War I. This is rather a personal reflection of the...
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...front for their motherlands. It is a place where the bravest of the bravest men survive and there is no scope for complacency. It is a sheer test of the human being’s mental and physical persona and is not an easy thing to be at all the time. In this essay we shall be dealing with two different works on the concept of war. The works are “All Quiet on the Western Front” by Erich Maria and “Journey’s End” by R.C Sheriff. Let us first analyse the book “All Quiet on the Western Front”. The book talks about the German soldiers and their hardships during the war which is taking... 6 October The Effects of War War is something very dramatic. It involves bloodshed which is signified by men fighting at the front ...
Compare and contrast the protagonists's experiences in the above-mentioned memoirs and novels... (continued in attachments that will be sent)
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...All Quiet on the Western Front and I O’Brien’s If Die in a Combat Zone. Discussion Jakob Walter’s Diary of a Napoleonic Foot Soldier is one of a major source of information on war and in this memoir; Walter shares experiences of his life. Jakob, a German... Introduction In the present times, the past becomes difficult for people to understand because of lack of information. It is hard for anyone to understand the past events and only rely on the written sources to explain the people’s experiences especially during war. The major causes of war included intense nationalism, colonial rivalry, economic and naval rivalry and fighting over raw materials and expansion of markets. What lacks is the first hand...
In what ways did 20th century conflicts, however broadly defined, change the nature of Western introspection Essay
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...Western Introspection brought about by the 20th century conflicts. The Novels The war has brought forth famous novelists such as Ernest Hemingway and Erich Maria Remarque. Hemingway's novel conveys the desperate hope that World War I would be the war that ends all wars. Thus, its tenets are bound to disillusionment and are proofs of the futility of armed combat, (51). Another novelist expressed the same sentiments over the war. Erich Maria Remarque's book All Quiet On The Western Front "portrays with horrifying clarity the brutal realities of trench warfare and poison gas, two of the most chilling features of the war", (51). Totalitarianism It was during the 20th... 20th Century Conflicts and...
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...All Quiet on the Western Front’ and the ‘Thin Red line’ are more serious in nature. All quiet on the western front for example is a narration by a young man only nineteen years of age much like what Vonnegut described as a child. This young man is quite similar to Billy Pilgrim as he is caught up in the war and does not have any idea why and for what reason he is there. The soldier, known as Paul, also believes that war is useless as killing... ? Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut The novel Slaughterhouse-Five is an account of the life of Billy Pilgrim and his ordeal before and after the World War II. The novel lays special emphasis on the bombing of Dresden just before the war came to an end. It...
Critique of AQWF
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...All Quiet on the Western Front;. Boston: Little, Brown, and, 1929. Print.... Introduction The book, written by Enrich Maria Remarque focuses on a true story of a young German soldier recruited into the German Military in 1916 to assist in the First World War. It delves in to the challenges faced by the young soldier during his lifetime in war and how he managed to survive. This is a heart touching book and has received various forms of criticism, with some critics arguing that the author exaggerated some of the issues ascribed to war mentioned in the book. Specifically, the story is written in a manner that if focuses on the life of Paul Baumer, as the young soldier, who was compelled to join the German ...
Ernst Junger
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...All Quiet on the Western Front, a book written by the German veteran Maria Remarque. In this book, Remarque gives descriptions of physical injuries and psychological trauma that soldiers go through in war. In effect, it generates in the minds of the readers the sense... ?A Historiographical Essay on Ernst Junger Ernest Junger, German verteran and one of German’s controversial is one person whose life and literature has influenced German literature and the modern studies of WWI. Junger was born in 1895 in Heildeburg, Germany to a wealthy chemist. At the age of 17 years, Junger ran away from home to become part of a foreign legion. Later on, Junger was brought back by his father but he returned to military ...
Patriotism in War Films
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...all the people in the world are equal unlike nationalism which only believe the people residing in one’s own country to be equal to one another. This is the reason why patriots believe in friendly relations with other countries which is difficult for the nationalists since they do not consider anyone to be equal to them. Movies on Patriotism Some of the movies based on world war 1 are Sergeant York (1916), West Front (1918), A Very Long Engagement, The Lost Battalion, All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) and (1979), Saving Private Ryan (1998) and many more movies... ? Patriotism in War Films and Section # of Introduction Patriotism is a natural feeling of lovefor one’s ancestry, culture or homeland. It...
Russian Jews and Hollywood
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...all dialogue is the gangster film Lights of New York. Among the artists who gravitated towards Hollywood in the 1920s and '30s were the legendary directors Lewis Milestone who was an Academy Award-winning motion picture director. He is known for directing Two Arabian Knights (1927), All Quiet on the Western Front (1930), The General Died at Dawn (1936), Of Mice and Men (1940), Ocean's Eleven (1960), and Mutiny on the Bounty (1962... Jews in Hollywood It might seem an ironic fact that Hollywood, which churned out the dreams and fantasies that helped shape mainstream Americanculture, was built largely by the efforts and visions of a few Eastern European Jewish immigrants. Neal Gabler, an expert on...
War literature has common themes such as loss, patriotism and futility, how far is this true in relation to the literature of ww
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...All Quiet on the Western Front (1928). The book portrayed the disillusionment that WWI brought forth into the soldiers minds. All notions of glory and romanticism from war literature are removed and this book presents only the tale of deep frustrations... ? Contents 2 Introduction 3 1 Background history 4 2 Aims and objectives 7 2 Literature review 8 2 Popular war themes in the pre WWIliterature: 8 2.2 War literature of the WWI 11 2.3 Literature of WWII 15 2.4 Literature of the Vietnam War 20 3 Methodology 25 4 Analysis 29 5 Conclusion 31 Bibliography 31 Abstract From the start of the human civilisation and the beginnings of a community living, war formed an integral part of human existence. Owing to the ...
A Historiographical Essay on Ernst Junger
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...All Quiet on the Western Front by a fellow veteran Remarque. Notes 1. Baird, J. (1990). To Die for Germany: Heroes in the Nazi Pantheon. Bloomington. Indiana. University Press 2. Barnouw, D. (1988). Weimar Intellectuals and the Threat of Modernity. Bloomington. Indiana University Press. 3. Benjamin, W. (1994). "Theories of German Fascism." in The Weimar Republic Sourcebook. Kaes, Anton; Jay, Martin; Dimendberg, Edward (eds.) Berkeley. University of California Press. 4. Hoffmann, M. (2004... A Historiographical Essay on Ernst Junger Ernest Junger, a German veteran and one of its most controversial as well as important writers, is a person whose life and literature has influenced German literature and ...
World War I Master Essay
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...All quiet on the western front New Fawcett Crest. New York. (1975) Wiesner M. E., Ruff R. F., Wheeler W. B. Discovering the Western Past: A Look at the Evidence. Edition: 4, v. 1. Houghton Mifflin, (1999) World War I Collection History teacher's magazine v. 8 University of Michigan, McKinley Publishing Company. (1917)... moral standings satisfactorily, and people started to re-think why the war took place. A sense of disillusionment moved far and wide across the globe as people painfully affirmed that their governments in no way understood how to consider the plight of their inhabitants. The loss of cherished ones on the war ground was very disturbing, for in some areas of...
The Difficulty of Healing in a World of Evil
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...all generations. Works Cited Remarque, Erich Maria, and Brian Murdoch. All Quiet on the Western Front. London: Jonathan Cape, 1994. Print.... what it was or its effects. His perception, which was the general feeling of most of the soldiers fighting in his generation, gives the reader an in-depth understanding of the events that led to the alienation and displacement of his generation. His words resulted in rapid reactions in postwar Germany as well as positive responses from his critics. Despite the fact that Hitler’s Third Reich banned the ownership and reading of Remarque’s book, Western critics had a favorable eye for the novel. The book came before World...
Rites of Spring: The Great War and The Birth of the Modern Age
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...All Quiet on the Western Front?. Being a Latvian whose family suffered at the hands of Germans in the Second World War, Eksteins (2000) is naturally interested in Germany... ?“Rites of Spring, the Great War and the Birth of the Modern Age” enter the Number or College 27thFebruary, 2012. 1. Introduction: As we all know that war is to call for battle and it is related to something which does not add to the growth of any country or nation. This is such an act which does not leave its impact from the mind of people. It deprives people of their loved ones and takes smiles off the faces of many. Moreover, war makes people feel less in worse situations. People lose their humane side and become harsh and tough...
A review essay based on Modris Eksteins, Rites of Spring: The Great War and The Birth of the Modern Age (2002) [1989]
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...All Quiet on the Western Front¨. Being a Latvian whose family suffered at the hands of Germans in the Second World War, Eksteins (2000) is naturally interested in Germany... Rites of Spring, the Great War and the Birth of the Modern Age” enter the Number or College 27th February, 2012. 1. Introduction: As we all know that war is to call for battle and it is related to something which does not add to the growth of any country or nation. This is such an act which does not leave its impact from the mind of people. It deprives people of their loved ones and takes smiles off the faces of many. Moreover, war makes people feel less in worse situations. People lose their humane side and become harsh and tough to...
Tabu was made by Murnau, one of the most acclaimed filmmakers of Weimar Expressionist cinema. What thematic concerns and aesthetic features does it actually share with Expressionist cinema? Can it justifiably be classified as an Expressionist film?
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...All Quiet on the Western Front in Berlin. The reactionary officer of Berlin banned the showing of the movie because of the danger to the security of the people... The Impact of Totalitarian Dictatorship upon National Cinemas: The Case of Nazi Germany Introduction The cinema had a major contribution to the propaganda operations and cultural guidelines of totalitarian dictatorship regimes, like Nazi Germany. Even though radio was perhaps the main medium of information, propaganda, and brainwashing for the entire reign of totalitarian dictatorship, the national cinema was the medium with the greatest charisma and power of persuasion. The impact of totalitarian dictatorship on the national cinema differed g...
To undertake a literature review, chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear terrorism threat (CBRN threat), according to th
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...All quiet on the Western Front” – Erich Maria Remarque Background With the advent of technological boom and availability of new resources, threats to the British army and other alliance are persistently growing. It is evident that the Al Qaida and correlated terrorist groups have uttered a stern attention in using CBRN. The events of chlorine gas attacks in Iraq have clearly indicated the potential seriousness of the threats. There is always a likelihood of asymmetric attack by terrorists utilizing chemical, biological or radiological weapons has become a reality. The augmentation in mass casualty terrorism and the...
Essay on Western Civilization
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...Western civilization The Chinese Maze Murders. The first thing that strikes a modern Western reader when considering the tactics and approach ofJudge Dee is that he seems to have great power and very little sense of the limitations of the law. This can be seen the way that he uses threats and violence to intimidate suspects and witnesses, and in the obviously preferential treatment that some people receive. An example of this rather individual application of justice can be seen when Yoo Kee appears before Judge Dee and at first is unwilling to talk. Judge Dee finds Yoo Kee guilty and warns him that there is a terrible punishment for this crime of treason,...
Quiet rage
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...Quiet rage highlights a clear picture of how people prison facilities operate. It is a mode of passing a message to various government systems all over the world to change their approach in managing prison facilities. Prisons should provide prisoners with psychological lessons in order to change them rather than use mental and physical torture. Work Cited Francis Samuel. Criminal Injustice: New York. IUniverse, 2010. Print... Introduction Prisons are known to be correction facilities. However, most prisons turn to be houses of torture as prison guards use their administrative positions to beat prisoners and emotionally tormenting them with the perception of transforming them into rehabilitated citizens. ...
Quiet Plant
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...Quiet plant A visit to a plant that processes rare earth minerals reveals the intricate features of the market, the importance of the minerals, the environmental impact they have and the market dynamics that influence their profitability. Apparently, such rare earth minerals such as cerium and neodymium are abundant in the earth’s crust. However, the process of producing them has severe implications on the environments besides risking the lives of the employees who work in such plants. Countries like China take the risk and permit their companies to operate without regarding the environmental implications of such companies a feature that influences the rarity of the minerals and their high... Summary:...
Perception of China as a tourist country: Western tourists' point of view
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...quiet ones and many more. The researches done by Lu and Wang (2011) and Shu-Yun (2009) concluded that the Western tourists prefer to visit those places that have all the facilities that they are looking for that ranges from the extensive range of attractions and tourist places to luxurious hotels. In order to have the best leisure trip, the destinations are selected on the basis of tourist attractions that they have to offer and easy availability of information about the destination places (Lua, 2008). The Western tourists do a lot of research before they take any... ? Perception of China as a tourist country: Western tourists’ point of view Dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the Degree of...
Animal Liberation Front
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...Front also had some goals and aims to accomplish or achieve. These aspects are outlined below. It is true that several individuals within the society make profit through the animals’ exploitation. Therefore, major goal of the Animal Liberation Front is to damage economic stability of the individuals who used to make profit from the exploitation and misery of the animals (Lee, 2004). It has been mentioned earlier that they were fighting against some individuals or communities in order to maintain animal welfare in the environment. Therefore they developed goals to take all the required actions and precautions against harming any human... Animal Liberation Front TCT 390: Terrorism & Counterterrorism...
Hospitality Management - Front Office
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...front office has the immense responsibility of ensuring that the hotel runs at full capacity and that proper books of accounts are kept to ensure that the hotels operations can be accounted for. Hotel rooms inventory are perishable in nature and thus the need of consolidating all marketing activities to ensure rooms are fully booked at all seasons. The front office handles marketing activities that include advertising and promotional services. The services are aimed at popularize the hotel and attracting visitors. Definitions Pizam, A. 2005... ? The laws of demand and supply determine hotel room rates with the supply being kept constant. Increases in demand lead to higher prices and thus increased...
Customer Care & Front Office
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...all cultures, and can signal interest, attraction, approval, challenge, or merely turn-taking. Whereas some Arab cultures emphasize strong and continued eye contact, some African cultures consider this not only rude, but dangerous -- something that witches do to entrap their victims. And in U.S. culture, staring for too long at someone is often interpreted as a sign of aggression. (Nolan 1999, 53) Of course, a knowledge of body language can also help front line personnel to adopt the proper stances for effective communication of open and friendly service. For example, to a North American, one should not cross arms while listening... Care Policies Describe care policies within a hotel. care...
On the Front Lines
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...all in engaged in trade and are enjoying the support of the local government. However, the Christianity facet of India impedes that the bishop of Rome asserted to be the centric of all Christians in all parts of the world. If only Christians would open their mind about the Western world, they would precisely perceive the claim as unfounded. Only when Christians in the 16th century fathomed that Christianity... ?Christianity Developments in India Introduction Religious clusters are among one of the proliferating aspects of the contemporary setting of the world. Christianity is one that has a predominant locus in the religious ranking. Albeit the centric issues that emerge many years ago could be...
On the Front Lines
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...all in engaged in trade and are enjoying the support of the local government. However, the Christianity facet of India impedes that the bishop of Rome asserted to be the centric of all Christians in all parts of the world. If only Christians would open their mind about the Western world, they would precisely perceive the claim as unfounded. Only when Christians in the 16th century fathomed that Christianity... Christianity Developments in India Introduction Religious clusters are among one of the proliferating aspects of the contemporary setting of the world. Christianity is one that has a predominant locus in the religious ranking. Albeit the centric issues that emerge many years ago could be considered ...
Front Line Innovations, Inc.
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...All actual names and figures contained in this study have been withheld and camouflaged for confidentiality purposes. II. Company and Industry Background Front Line Innovations, Inc. (FLII) provides professional management and alternative and cost effective marketing concepts, programs, and systems requirements that address concerns on customer retention, operational solutions, increased sales productivity, and increase quality of services. Incorporated in 1999, FLII combines the managerial expertise and resources of its proprietors to produce a marketing and management company and an IT company... FRONT LINE INNOVATIONS, INC. A Case Study On Competitive Strategy By I. Introduction In today's rapidly ...
Quebec before and after the quiet revolution.
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...all of Quebec and less on ethnocentric. Québécois also gave rise to an influential separatist movements and even terrorists manifestations, both of which were attributed to the desire for social change and the ideology of nationalism. The government took measure to expand Québécois control of the Quebec’s economy. This led to the nationalization of the Quebec’s electric companies under Hydro-Québec took place. After Quite Revolution The period of the Quiet Revolution came to an end... Quebec before and after the quiet revolution Lecturer: Introduction The Quite revolution is the given to a period of Quebec history extending from 1960-1966 during which Jean Lesage was the Prime Minister of and the leader...
Research Proposal to Establish a Quiet Room
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...Quiet Room Thank you for the time away from my regular duties that I was granted to research the possibility of constructing a Nap Room (Quiet Room) in the office. The time was very productive and I am excited to report the good news. I spent much of the time researching verified scientific information that would confirm or negate the idea that a Quiet Room would be a benefit to the company. I found several leading experts that were all in general agreement that a nap during the day was beneficial. In addition, I found similar corporations that have had a positive experience with Quiet Rooms. During all my research I failed to locate any negative reports... , improved job performance, and...
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