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Hannibal Lecter V. Immanuel Kant: An Application of Kantianism to Graphic Horror Film
HANNIBAL LECTER V. IMMANUEL KANT Alison E. Wilson Horror film as a genre has been around almost as long as film itself. In 1919 the first Frankenstein film was made, the cut lasted only 16 minutes, but it started ...
REPENSAR EKOMO DE MARÍA NSUÉ ANGÜE: UN DESAFÍO ECUATOGUINEANO A LA HISPANIDAD
Ekomo by María Nsué Angüe has widely been considered the first post-independence novel of Equatorial Guinea by a woman. Scholars from three continents have tried to define this literary work linguistically, culturally, ...
The Women in the Picture: A Narrative of Three Uncommon Women
THE WOMEN IN THE PICTURE: A NARRATIVE OF THREE UNCOMMON WOMEN Nancie Hazell This project is a triptych of narratives illustrating the lives of the three women who most influenced my life: my aunt, my mother, and ...
Automatic Methods To Disambiguate Geospatial Queries
Today an unprecedented amount of digital information is available, but locating information of interest can be difficult. Information Retrieval (IR) is the area of Computer Science that aims to locate information by ...
Moral Relativism: A Sort of Defense
THE EFFECTS OF EXTREMELY-SHORT EXTERNAL CAVITY OPTICAL
Telecommunications is a growing and intensely competitive global multi-trillion dollar industry that specializes in the transmission of information all over the world. The data for every television show, website, and ...
The Kamikaze Pilots of World War II and their Image in American Media
In October of 1944, during the late stages of World War II, Admiral Ōnishi Takijiro of the Japanese Navy proposed one final solution to Japan s situation: to organize suicide attack units composed of Zero fighters armed ...
The Destined Corner-Stone of the New Social Order : The Evolution and Effects of Edward Bellamy's Utopian Vision
A man who summed up his occupation as writing books, contributing to magazines, newspaper work, general scribbling, Edward Bellamy (1850-1898) wrote hundreds of editorials, twenty-three short stories, a three-volume ...