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Performance Review: Romeo & Juliet (Baz Lurhmann, 1996)
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...Baz Luhrman. The film places Leonardo DiCaprio in the Role of Romeo and Claire Danes in the role of Juliet. Essentially, the film is a modern retelling of the story with much of the original dialog. The modernization of the story means the family have turned into corporate business concerns each with their own skyscraper offices and the swords that were used by Shakespearean play actors have been replaced by highly customized and heavily art worked and engraved guns. In this manner, is a very interesting twist on perhaps the most famous love story of all and while in broad... Romeo + Juliet Introduction William Shakespeares Romeo + Juliet is the full of the film directed the Australian director, Baz...
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Baz Luhrmans romeo and Juliet
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...Baz Luhrman’s Romeo and Juliet s One of the most evergreen and strong love stories of all times is Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”. Although Shakespeare left the world 400 years ago but, his ideas, plays and themes are still present among us. His famous play “Romeo and Juliet” is admired in this era as well and is recognized by the young lovers of the twenty-first century. The themes used by Shakespeare broaden our view towards life and show us a flash of the difficulties, risks and penalties faced in the real life. (The Themes of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet) In 1995, Baz Luhrmann in his film “Romeo and Juliet” won the hearts of most of the audience,...
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How does Baz Luhrmann interpret Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet
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...Baz Luhrmann Interpret Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet? Baz Luhrmann’s reinvention of Shakespeare’s classic Rome and Juliet depicts the classic tragedy through a visual kaleidoscope of Hong Kong action picture paradigms of chaos and colour. The Luhrmann production is unconventional, moving the location to Verona Los Angeles. The trademark use of colour is juxtaposed against the bleak backdrop of gang warfare, which permeates throughout the film. At the beginning of the film, Luhrmann opens with the prologue. In stark contrast to the well known Zeferelli (1968) version of the tragedy, Luhrmann’s conveys the prologue as a newsreel on the television as a news report. The opening... How Does Baz...
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Stylistically, Australia is a blend of Lurhmanns trademark pantomime theatricality with various cinematic epics and genres ... This approach, and the wild fluctuations in tone that accompany it, ensures that nothing is explored. (Phillips) Discus
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...Lurhmann’s trademark pantomime theatricality withvarious cinematic epics and genres. This approach, and the wild fluctuations in tone that accompany it, ensures that nothing is explored.” (Phillips) How successfully Australia explores national history and identity, paying particular attention to the film’s self-conscious stylistic and generic features. Introduction The film ‘Australia’ was set in North-Western Australia and the northern territory in a time when the 2nd world war was just taking root. It has a length of 165 minutes and revolves around romance. The main characters in the movie are Hugh Jackman and Nicole... Australia’s Stylistic and Generic Features “Stylistically, Australia is a blend of...
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Friar Lawrence's Influence on Romeo & Juliet Through Baz Luhrmann's Eyes
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...Baz Luhrmanns film “William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet”, Friar Lawrence is an expert of natural and plant remedies. As the play commences, a factor obvious is the closeness between him and Romeo. In addition, Friar considers Romeo his student. Generally, Baz Luhrmanns film provides a perfect understanding of the occurrences... Friar Lawrences Influence on Romeo and Juliet At the initial glance of the story, a reader may simply over look FriarLawrence and consider him a minor character in the William Shakespeare’s story “Romeo and Juliet.” However, when one takes a keen examination of the story line, they most probably recognize that Friar plays a significant role in the play’s development. In Baz...
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Baz Luhrmann Romeo+Juliet (1996).The Best Film Adaptation of Shakespeare
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...Baz Luhrmann Romeo+Juliet (1996). There is a great difference between the director’s and playwright’s vision of his main characters, but it is very important and cannot be denied that the director managed to transfer the “spirit” of the play. A feeling of love, kindness and devotedness of two beloved young people are evident in the film. Luhrmann’s filmic adaptation of Shakespearean play “Romeo and Juliet” On the one hand, there is a clear audience of the filmic adaptations of Shakespeare, which is "teen-Shakespeare." In the critical reviews of this film, the character... ? Romeo+Juliet the best film adaptation of Shakespeare Introduction Shakespeare is one of the most known playwrights in the world. It...
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Film, Culture and Society
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...Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge as a postmodernist film Introduction The essay will examine the extent to which Baz Luhrmann's the Moulin Rouge film has depicted postmodernism with a specific focus on Parody /pastiche. Discussion The film's main theme serves as a template for the expression of parody. The narrative is about a young and nave young man called Christian who makes his way to Paris. He is a playwright who plans on creating a perfect play. On the other hand, he also believes... How off-screen characters and acting abilities relate to a star's image Introduction The essay will examine Gledhill's argument. He believes that actors' off-screen lifestyles and characters must meet or supersede their...
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Political and art
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...Baz. "Performance, Community, Culture." Kershaw, Baz. The Politics of Performance: Radical Theatre as Cultural Intervention. London: Routledge, 1992. 136–142.... Summary and Reflection According to John Frohnmayer’s article “Censorship and its Progeny”, the First Amendment’s acknowledgement of the freedom of conscience requires the public to protect anyone who speaks against the flag as they are given the right of speech (Frohnmayer 34). In this amendment, it is a requirement for the public to protect the right of such individuals as much as they may not agree with their views. The author believes that it is an abdication of the duty of citizens by keeping silent about those individuals who engage in...
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Luhrmann's William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet Being a Major Departure from Shakespeare's Original Work
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...Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 ‘William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet’ which stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes is a captivating modernized version of the most romantic tragedy written in the 16th century. It tells the story of two young lovers from warring families who tried to challenge social traditions, patriarchal authority, and fate. Their love ends with their tragic death (Berardinelli). Luhrmann’s work is a major departure from Shakespeare’s original; however, it marked the start of the teen Shakespeare trend and heralded... ? Luhrmann’s “William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet”, being a major departure from Shakespeare’s original work, marked the start of the teen Shakespeare trend. Writer/Director Baz...
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Elements of Design
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...Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 film ‘William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet’. The director of the 1996 film version of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ is Baz Luhrmann, and he used the elements of film language to make meaning for the audience. His work was to coordinate with all other departments, and directors to ensure that the film’s overall theme is brought out... the continuity and major lessons in the film. Hairstyle can tell a story especially the passage of time. Like costumes, hair styles can tell about the character’s sophistication, profession, social class among others. The mise-en-scene includes; the set design, lighting, space, costume and acting. In the Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 ‘William...
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The Great Gatsby review
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...Baz Luhrmann. Perf. Leonardo DiCaprio. 2013. Film.... Lecturer’s The American Dream: The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby is a film adapted from a novel with a similartitle from 1925. It closely follows the lives and times of Nick and his millionaire neighbour Jay Gatsby from whom the title of the film is based. It is also notable that the film is one that revolves around love circles than any other set of themes. However, there is a hint of seeking the American Dream with some key characters such as Nick. The initial tenet of the American Dream is that anyone can pursue success. The film is based in the roaring Twenties when the economy was growing considerably and opening new opportunities for those that ...
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Political theatre
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...Baz Kershaw, The Radical in Performance, 1999, p63). As any work of art needs to hold up a faithful mirror to nature (Aristotle, Poetics), and political theatre in general aims at representing social, political, cultural problems to the audience, political theatre in the modern period does not only represent but politicizes the representations, by either breaking the traditional representations or reinforcing them. They are sometimes known as experimental theatre or post-modern theatre (Auslander, 1987). In a way, they are part of any representations in any theatre and there is no more a separate political theatre. This is true... in the modern and post-modern context after the rise of...
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Identify design mechanism that (1) Engages the audience in the story, (2) Enhances a visual message, and (3) Provides any histor
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...Baz Luhrmann’s Rome and Juliet Film Romeo and Juliet is one of the most famous works of world renowned playwright William Shakespeare. This play was written during the early mid 1590s in England, and was published in 1597 and was part of the renaissance period of literature. Romeo and Juliet is a tragic drama revolving on a romantic love story between Romeo and Juliet. The story is set in the Italian cities of Verona and Mantua. Unlike many of Shakespeare’s other works, this is not based from the life of Shakespeare but was inspired from an English narrative poem written by Arthur Brooke (“Romeo and Juliet”). Conflict arises when the two characters fall madly in love with each other... ? An Analysis of...
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Camera Positions in Strictly Ballroom
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...Baz Luhrmann and the story revolves around a ballroom dancer, Scott Hastings. He belongs to a family that possesses a history of traditional ballroom dancing and is bequeathed with the same skills, which he tries to modify rather than yielding to the traditional steps endorsed by the traditional dancers. He faces umpteen amount of resistance and criticism. Evidently Ballroom Dancing... R.Preeti 18th April, 2007 Camera Positions in 'Strictly Ballroom' Story Outline 'Strictly Ballroom' is the of an Australian Romantic Comedy, which was a play in 1986 and later made into a movie in 1992. The film was written and directed by ...
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...Baz Luhrmann. Nowadays, Hollywood is experiencing a real 'boom' of using classical works with purely pragmatic aims - i.e. for transferring them to the modern environment, and these films are oriented predominantly at teenagers and young... Filming William Shakespeare's plays 2007 A) Introduction As the statistic shows, Shakespeare is one of the ics of the world literature whose works are used as sources for multiple films. From the very first years of development of cinema, there have been attempts to 're-make' the great playwright, and the reasons for this are many: among them, there is one of an obviously mercantile nature - after all, William Shakespeare does not have any heirs, and there is no...
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Personal writing
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...Baz Luhrmann’s interpretation of the play shall be referred closely to serve as the chief guide. Accordingly, the question shall be answered systematically... Romeo & Juliet (A Commentary) “O Romeo, Romeo! – wherefore art thou Romeo Deny thy father and refuse thy Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, / And I’ll no longer be a Capulet” (Shakespeare 2.2.34-37). This is the exact statement that Juliet uttered to Romeo while in the balcony. It shows how deep and sweet is Juliet’s love with the only son of the Montague family. There is a brave recognition of death and denial of family name just to prove that her love for Romeo is true and eternal. As such, love and death are the two contradictory themes ...
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Year 8 - Portfolio Task - FILM REVIEW
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...Baz and released in 1996. It is an adaptation of the popular William Shakespea’s novel Romeo and Juliet. The film presents a story revolving around the turbulent love relationship between Romeo and Juliet whom upon getting juxtaposed to one another beat all the odds to remain together no matter what it take. Indeed, this is a very successful film because it is a product of quality production. First, it features a lot of reputable and distinguished actors and actresses such as Paul Sorvino, Fulgencio Capule, Diane Venora, Claire Danes, and Leonardo DiCaprio to feature leading characters like Romeo, Juliet... Movie Review Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet is a romantic drama that was directed by Luhrmann...
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Problems that researchers in the Arab world encounter
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...Baz, 2012). The fact that the Arab countries have not implemented international research practices is a great challenge that researchers in the areas face. First... Problems That Researchers in the Arab World Encounter Table of Content Introduction 2. Problem ment 3. Conclusion4. References Introduction The Arab world has developed greatly over time due to the high number of entrepreneurs in those countries. Despite the great number of entrepreneurs in the area, the countries in that region have had a problem in the field of research. Many factors have contributed to these problems through the years. Going through the various problems that these people have faced and currently face gives insight on the is...
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Role of Women in Aviation Industry in the context of Gulf Arab Countries
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...Baz (2003, p.127) notes that patriarchal laws and social customs continue to foster one of the worlds most restrictive environments for women. This is not the case in developed world or rather in most... Topic: Role of Women in Aviation Industry in the context of Gulf Arab Countries Affiliation: Title: Date: Literature Review The role of women in the domestic and international arena is yet to match up with the role played by men in the same context. Across different countries around the world, efforts into affirmative actions have persistently been pursued, with an increasing trend over the last two decades (Tohidi, 2002, p.851-863). Men have dominated in almost every aspect in social, economic and po...
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Romeo and Juliet College Book Report/Review
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...Lurhmann film versions. At this juncture, the relationship of Romeo and Juliet with their true and surrogate parents can give light to the topic at hand. Romeo's relationship with his parents is characterized by formality and distance. They show concern for him but they are unable to know him better at a personal level. For instance, Montague is aware of his son's melancholy but he did not reach out further to know it. On the other hand, Lady Montague shows weakness in the same way as not having touched her son's life more intimately and suffering from her own depression that leads to her death. Looking into Romeo's relationship with the Friar, can lead us to believe... and Juliet: The Fatal Gap...
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German Aesthetics
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...Baz (2005), art for art’s sake is such an influential notion, so universal and entrenched that it is one of the greatest significant motivating forces behind art to date. With the beginning of this, an expression coined, in response... German Aesthetics Aesthetic ideas according to Kant’s philosophy and the importance of such a concept in explaining and justifying the importance of the art. Introduction Immanuel Kant is sometimes believed to have been the utmost philosopher of the Greeks. Confidently, he dictates the last two century in the logic that, although few philosophers nowadays are sternly talking Kantians, his inspiration is everywhere. These are illustrations of the imagination that happen min...
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Australia
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...Baz Luhrmann. 20th Century Fox. 2008... Analysis of “Australia” The film was produced in the year 2008 and the country it depicts is Australia. The country in which the film was produced is Australia. The movie Australia unfolds or portrays a rugged landscape which is a plain in nature. Even after Nullah’s grandfather is accused of killing Lady Ashley’s husband he goes to hide on a mountain top. The movie Australia was shot on the country (Australia) it was supposed to represent because it displays the characters of the Australians that they are usually brave people when facing difficult situations and they also like giving help to others when or during time of difficulties. It also shows the conflict be...
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Heritage Education and Interpretation
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...BAZ way of life... Gallery Studies Heritage Education and Interpretation Museum Studies PLACEMENT WORKBOOK Host CONTENTS LEARNING TASKS Introduction Copy of Assessment Details Suggested Timescale Detail of Key Skills Assignment 1 Task 1 - Personal Skills Audit Task 2 - Daily Journals Task 3 - Learning Logs Task 4 - CHNTO Skills List Introduction This workbook contains your assessed work. We have structured the activities to take no more than 25 minutes per day, with the exception of Assignment 2. With care and a little planning you should be able to complete all the tasks by the end of you placement. Both Assignments 1& 2 should be word-proces...
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Haqqani Network
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...baz Zadran who is the head of Haqqanis’ office located at Miramshah and mostly deals economic activities of the network as he is at hand with financial management skills. In addition to this Jan Baz is also considered the closest and most trusted man of Sirajuddin therefore he is a prominent figure in the network. (Giustozzi, 2009, p.64). Ideology Al-Qaeda, Taliban and the Haqqani Network, all... Haqqani Network School Introduction The Haqqani Network, considered the deadliest Afghan insurgent group, shares a history of over thirty years of insurgency against the U.S. This lethal network has been fighting against the government of Afghanistan and US-led NATO-International Security Assitance Force...
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Gatsby vs. Gatsby; novel vs. film
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...Baz Luhrmann directed a film, in the same name, featuring famous stars such as Leonardo DiCaprio. The Great Gatsby film was successful almost instantly... The Great Gatsby; Novel versus Film F. Scott Fitzgerald is the of the 1925 novel The Great Gatsby that is set in a town named West Egg in a 1922 summer. The novel is narrated from Nick Carraway’s perspective, who is a character in the story. He is a salesman in New York who rents an apartment in West Egg on Long Island, where he shares the neighborhood with one millionaire, Jay Gatsby. Gatsby is a frequent party thrower who is mysterious in that he does not attend his own parties. Nick is the cousin to a beautiful lady who Gatsby is trying to win back ...
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Medical in the Middle Ages
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...Baz became Chancellor of the Islamic University of Medina in 1968. In 1974, he was appointed president of the Directorate of Religious Research, Islamic Legal Rulings, Islamic Propagation, and Guidance. This prominent cleric, when he was Vice-Chancellor of the Islamic University of Medina, published an article in two newspapers in 1966. In them he claimed... Medical Education and Training in the Medieval Period It is clear from scholarly and historical research that it was Hippocratic teaching, focused onthe human body and balance among what he identified to be the four humours, which formed the foundations for both the education and training of medieval physicians as well as their approach to medicine...
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Shakespeare adaptions
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...Baz Luhrmann's Romeo & Juliet: Kitsch and Tears. Available at: 3. Jorgens, Jack. 1979, Shakespeare on Film. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. 4. Zeffirelli, F. 1990a, "Filming Shakespeare" in Staging Shakespeare: Seminars on Production Problems, ed. Glenn Loney. New York: Garland: 239-270. 5. Zeffirelli, F. 1991b, "Franco Goes to Elsinore" Independent on Sunday (London) 14 April.... Shakespeare Adaptions The play Romeo and Juliet depicts a love story topical for every century and historical epoch. In what seems relatively new tofilmed Shakespeare, the plays are also being cut loose from the tradition of the historical setting and relocated in the viewer's own milieu. In the work "The tragedies of...
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Egyptian Celebrities: Scientists, Writers, Politicians, and Actors
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...Baz was of the view that the current revolution in the Egypt is due to the corruption and the imbalance of power from which Egypt was suffering for the last 50 years and he also said that the new government has the responsibility of making reforms in the system to combat the evil of corruption in the future as the garbage of corruption is spilling all around and it is not possible to get rid of all of this in a month time so detailed workout on the structural reforms is needed. He added that the real significance of this revolution is that it comes from the youth of the country, and he advised Egyptian youth to take care of their rights and to not to let... ?Egyptian Celebrities: Scientists, Politicians, ...
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English Assignment
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...Baz (1992). Strictly Ballroom. Miramax Films. Film.... 3 April ic Dance Films: A Review Dance Films are forms of cinematography that uses songs, dance routines or combinations of it in to build the story line. The plot revolves around the lives of the main characters in relation with the dance irrespective of its genre. It also reveals how the activity affected the performance, perspective and character of the main characters (Dirks). Film reviews are essential for the audience to truly understand the meaning of the film and learn from it in the process. Looking into these three classic films: Dirty Dancing, Strictly Ballroom and Save the Last Dance, it can be observed that the films have its...
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Shakespeare Masterpiece in the 1990s
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...Baz Luhrmann. Perf. Leonardo DiCaprio, Claire Danes, and John Leguizamo. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. 1996. DVD. Shakespeare, William. Romeo and Juliet. Ed. Horace Howard Furness. Philadelphia, PA: J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1871.... Shakespeare Masterpiece in the 1990s William Shakespeare has written one of the most tragic love stories that had been passed on from one generation to another. Romeo and Juliet is a story of star-crossed lovers amidst the anger and violence that brewed between their families. Such a masterpiece has inspired numerous couples to fight for what they truly feel for is pure. Through times though, the world became rebellious from all the restrictions that have been put throughout the ages. Is there a place for...
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The Culture of the Mughal Dynasty
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...Baz Bahadur (Richards). Akbar use to adore music while Babur used to compose songs for himself which was sung by famous musicians. However, Aurangzeb was a ruler that disliked music and he dismissed music from his court but in fact most of classical music books were written in his reign. Sufism also joined in for their religious fervor dance which became incredibly famous in the empire which resulted in the appreciation of music amongst Muslims however, it was disliked by Priests... The Culture of the Mughal Dynasty The culture and traditions of Mughal Empire plays an important role in the lives of Indian subcontinent as it reveals the history of Emperors of that era which were considered to be the great...
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Can social media act as a platform for counter hegemony
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...Baz, 2011). Social media, in most cases, exposed events that the mainstream media neglected. For example, posts of police brutality among others. Disturbing and devastating videos of brutal and inhumane treatment of the protesters by the law enforcement members and police were shared through the Internet disseminating the facts from the epicenter of protests in Egypt (Fahmy, 2011). The viral nature of such videos and incredible speed and volume in which such news of the events and happenings in Egypt became accessible to the general public across the borders of the country is what forced Egyptian authorities and powers to attempt and control the use of the social media... ? The role played by social...
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Organisational Site Assessment
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...BAZ because it is the time they receive a lot of tourists coming crossing from cursing ships and the weather is excellent. In this month alone they had 6058 visitors and 6494 in March 2005 and March 2006 respectively. This tread shows that this year in March had more visitors as compared to March last year. Bait Al Zubair has also been marketed further after it was featured on Arab/Gulf/European TV stations, CNN and Oman TV. It has also been filmed as a museum, acted as a set for various programmes and loaned... This is an analysis of Bait Al Zubair Museum. It is a museum that serves as a valuable link between the past, the present and the future of the Sultanate of Oman. It is located in Muscat, the...
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Phd research propsal - Impact of Diabetes among the Lebanese Community in Sydney
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...Baz, P., Azar, S., Salti, I., Loiselet, J., Permutt, A., and Halaby, G., (2004). Diabetes Mellitus and Optic Atrophy: A Study of Wolfram Syndrome in the Lebanese Population. Journal... Application for PhD Candidature Research Proposal Impact of Diabetes among the Lebanese Community in Sydney Working of the Thesis Impact of Diabetes among the Lebanese Community in Sydney 2. Research Questions The era of globalization is known for many things like liberalization, customer focused policies, more alternatives for the customer etc. The lifestyle of all of us in general and the working professional in particular, is also affected by this phenomenon. As a result many people suffer from diseases like diabetes. An...
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Inequality, Corruption and Distribution of Income in Indonesia (Post Independence)
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...Baz had issued a fatwa declaring Bin Ladin a rebel that no Muslim should follow. Thalib remained silent when the World Trade Center in New York was apparently attacked by Al Qiada in September 2001 and the group conveniently disbanded in 2002 and his followers ordered to go home, a few days before the Bali bombing (Bruinessen: 2003). Thalib was arrested for organizing the unrest but was later... Running Head: POST INDEPENDENCE INEQUALITY, CORRUPTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME IN INDONESIA Post Independence Inequality, Corruption and Distribution of Income in Indonesia [Name of the Writer] [Name of the Institution] Post Independence Inequality, Corruption and Distribution of Income in Indonesia Introductio...
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Female Objectification in Contemporary Films from Different Origins
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...Baz Luhrmann. On the other hand, the movie Moulin Rouge is about Christian, a British poet who meets a seductive courtesan called Satine in a night club and falls in love with her (Business Wire 1). The three films have... Female Objectification in Contemporary Films from Different Origins Female objectification refers to the depiction of women in terms of physical objects that men should look at and then act upon (Lindner, Stacey and Florian 222). The historical perspective of human nature presents all human beings as being either subjects or objects. The contemporary argument on objectification is that it reduces people to the level of objects. Nonetheless it is further argued that objectification...
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Exhibition/Programming Catalogue
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...Baz is shot by police officers (Michôd, 2010). Craig and Pope are razed by this incident and plan for a revenge attack. In their revenge mission, they approach Joshua and ask him to steal a car that would be used in the revenge mission. Though Joshua complies to steal the car, he is not aware of the mission behind stealing... Film Programming Catalogue This catalogue is deemed to attract a large audience that will attend a showcasing of Australian films. Since they are made in Australia, the exhibition seeks to attract an relatively large crowd of Australians. Many people have a liking for goods that are given ample description before the actual purchase. Therefore, this would be a better drill to the...
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WRITING CLASS PAPER ON ROMEO AND JULIET (PLAY VS THE MOVIE)
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...Baz Luhrmann. LaSalle makes a very accurate statement about the lack of passion and sentiment that had been put in the acting while filming the movie. According to him, “Emotion is the first thing Luhrmann kills in this update…while the lovers are passionless.” Keeping his... 11 April Romeo and Juliet: The Play vs. The Movie - A Masterpiece Gone Wrong in Reel Shakespeare wrote one of the best love stories in theworld to be passed down to generations and to be remembered and learnt from; according to him, society, despite having as many developments and rapid changes, would still contain the same kind of love and attributes of love that it had been, since times immemorial. True love was an element that...
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Full summary for the play romeo and juliet by william Shakespeare
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...Baz Luhrmanns direction is excellent. The acting is mixed: DiCaprio and Danes dont generate any chemistry on the screen, and further, they appear to have fundamental problems managing the Shakespearean dialogue. In fact, I thought many of the performers were unable to deliver the dialogue effectively and convincingly and I think this is the biggest flaw in the movie. It is as if the performers... XXXXXXXXXX Number: XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXX XXXXXXX of XXXXXXXX Summary of Romeo and Juliet – William Shakespeare Introduction: Romeo and Juliet is a famous play by William Shakespeare. This paper aims at summarizing the play and providing an overview of the story. The paper will provide a plot overview for ea...
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Auteur Theory and Directorial Burlesque
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...Baz Luhrmann’s Moulin Rouge, there have been a perfect permeation of the romantic stereotype of the tortured Bohemian artist. The term auteur is basically a French word and the word prefixed with it i.e, ‘auoto’ means one. The notion of the single controlling figure was generally acknowledged in the early 1910s in the British fan magazine Bioscope, where certain directors were claimed as special. In a similar manner the term Autoren was used in which also promoted the idea of the director... ? Auteur Theory & directorial burlesque Sociologists of culture have long tried to address the way by which the people sanctify creators and attach the attributes of ‘best’ or ‘great’ to their works. Explanation of...
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Acoustical Characterization of Porous Materials for Automotive Application
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...Baz-leys and Delany. It is now apparent that porous material dynamics are not as complicated as it has always been believed once effective stiffness, inertial and damping terms have been acquired. To achieve this, the theoretical derivations of the above mentioned terms have been included in the several different models. Large parameter numbers have also been introduced to aid in the description of the physical characteristics of porous materials and in most cases the parameters needed in the models differ from one to the other (Jaesuk, 1999, p. 34) Following the results from a number of acoustic absorption modeling and by putting... ? Acoustical Characterization of Porous Materials for Automotive...
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Who is the Prophet Isaiah
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...baz (The spoil speeds, the pray hastens) and Shear-jashub (A remnant shell return)25. According to Sawyer, nothing in the book indicates when Isaiah died; however, a Jewish work from the second century A.D., titled ‘The Martyrdom of Isaiah’, assumes that the prophet was put to death under the son of Hezekiah – Manasseh (698-642 B.C.)26. The Book of Isaiah – Composition and Structure Kitchen specifies that the practice to keep accurate... ? Table of Contents Introduction 3 The Prophet’s Life 5 The Book of Isaiah – Composition and Structure 7 The Prophet’s Vision 10 The First Isaiah 11 The Second Isaiah 15 Messianic Signs 18 Conclusion 20 Bibliography 21 Introduction As Bullock points out, the long reigns...
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How far can conceptual tools such as carrying capacity, limits of acceptable change and environmental impact assessment actually
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...Baz Luhrmann and his team have created a new... ?Conceptual tools and sustainable forms of tourism Our sylvan earth is ‘home’ to many natural and human made wonders. From time immemorial, people were always on the move visiting and exploring uncharted. With advancement in transportation and communication, this visiting of new places as a form of exploration, relaxation, profession, etc has gained all new meanings, mainly coming under term of Tourism. Tourism is playing a more and more significant role on many countries’ economies and importantly elevates a country’s or a place’s image optimally in the minds of many people. Tourism can be defined as travel for recreational, leisure or business purposes....
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Al Nakheel Blue Community
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...Baz, the famous NASA scientist who played an important role in the Apollo Moon Missions. Nakheel has in its team as Senior Manager (Online Strategy) Lina Naifeh, an expert on digital technology. She manages the digital marketing strategy of all the Nafeel units including Blue Community. The current global economic recession has prompted Nakheel to scale back some of its projects (Sambidge, ArabianBusiness.com, Nov 17, 2008). This according to the company will not however affect long term business objectives. It is only a reassessment on the part... Order 255617 Al Nakheel Blue Community November 27, 2008 Al Nakheel Blue Community Nakheel, a Dubai World company, is considered a world leader in...
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Research proposal - Impact of diabetes among the lebanese community in sydney
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...Baz, P., Azar, S., Salti, I., Loiselet, J., Permutt, A. and Halaby, G. (2004). Diabetes Mellitus and Optic Atrophy: A Study of Wolfram Syndrome in the Lebanese Population. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism; 89: 1656 - 1661. WHO (2005). A rising global burden. Retrieved February 20, 2009 from http://www.who.int/diabetes/BOOKLET_HTML/en/index5.html WHO (2009). Country and regional data. Retrieved... Application for PhD Candidature Research Proposal Working of the Thesis Impact of Diabetes among the Lebanese Community in Sydney 2. Background According to World Health Organization (WHO) report, the number of people with diabetes is rising sharply in recent years. The report found that in ...
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Shakespeare as fetish
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...Baz Luhrman modified the scene by moving the medium from air into water. Instead of the balcony, the director shot the scene in a swimming pool and from nighttime into an underwater illuminated setting. The camera shot the lovers twisting and circling each other that commenced in a passionate embrace. The tableau was an enchanting depiction that also revealed the sheer beauty of cinematography. What the imagery emphasized was what is being imaged and not the composition of the image. The end result was a transformation of the scene from a mere sequence to a story... ?SHAKESPEARE AS FETISH I. INTRODUCTION As early as the 1500s, the concept of “abuse” of the theater has already been duly d. There are...
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Literature for Research - Impact of diabetes among the lebanese community in sydney
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...Baz, P., Azar, S., Salti, I., Loiselet, J., Permutt, A. and Halaby, G. (2004). Diabetes Mellitus and Optic Atrophy: A Study of Wolfram Syndrome in the Lebanese Population. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism; 89: 1656 - 1661. Millett, C., Khunti, K., Gray, J... PhD Candidature Research Proposal Impact of Diabetes among the Lebanese Community in Sydney Working of the Thesis Impact of Diabetes among the Lebanese Community in Sydney 2. Background Diabetes is becoming epidemic and is a global concern. According to World Health Organization (WHO) report, the number of people with diabetes is rising sharply in recent years. The report found that in the year 2000 the number of people affected wi...
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Recent Discoveries in Egypt
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...Baz that the Sphinx has been carved from pre-weathered rock, i.e., that it was carved from a natural formation of rock (called a "yardang") that had been exposed to the elements. And lastly, Zahi Hawass, the director of the site, also claims that the Sphinx was made of an inferior limestone that needed repair immediately, which is supported upon the repairs obviously contracted to refurbish the Sphinx. Hawass bases his timeframe on the fact that the repairs indicate use of "Old Kingdom" technology (still in use just after Khafre) and therefore still falling well within acceptable Egyptology standards. Having allowed room for counter-argument... Considering how ancient Egyptian culture is, and the...
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Recent Discoveries in Egypt
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...Baz that the Sphinx has been carved from pre-weathered rock, i.e., that it was carved from a natural formation of rock (called a “yardang“) that had been exposed to the elements. And lastly, Zahi Hawass, the director of the site, also claims that the Sphinx was made of an inferior limestone that needed repair immediately, which is supported upon the repairs obviously contracted to refurbish the Sphinx. Hawass bases his timeframe on the fact that the repairs indicate use of “Old Kingdom” technology (still in use just after Khafre) and therefore still falling well within acceptable Egyptology standards. Having... Considering how ancient Egyptian culture is, and the vast time period that it covers, it...
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