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A 5 page review of the eye's structure and function. This paper reviews the major parts of the eyes and provides a detailed description of how it passes the information that it receives on to the brain. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
This 3 page paper outlines the basic premises of Open Your Eyes. Screenwriter and director Alejandro Amendabar's Open Your Eyes (Abre Los Ojos), a 1997 film that became the impetus for Tom Cruise and Cameron Crow's production Vanilla Ice, is a psychological thriller that demonstrates how the human mind can waiver between reality and imagination. Throughout the film, the audience is brought to question what they see on the screen, always wondering whether the main character, Cesar, is in a dream state or experiencing actual events.
A 10 page essay that contrasts and compares Sophocles' Oedipus Rex, Shakespeare's Hamlet and Morrison's The Bluest Eye. The writer argues that while human society changes, human nature does not and that these works are remarkably consistent in the manner in which they present parental obligation and the hazards of coming of age. Examination of these works shows that each of these authors considers this period to be thwart with peril and that this is particularly true when parents abdicate their responsibility to oversee this process, which includes guiding and protecting their children. No additional sources cited.
A 4 page essay that discusses eyes and vision in three films, Being John Malkovich (1999, directed by Spike Jonze), Vertigo (1958, directed by Alfred Hitchcock), and Rear Window (1954, also directed by Hitchcock). In these films, the camera position is frequently crucial, as vision, that is, what the character sees, is an integral part of the film's premise. Therefore, the camera angle is expertly used so that it enhances this thematic perspective. Additionally, in all three films, there is an emphasis on eyes, close-ups of eyes that naturally lead to an association with the audience between eyes, vision and the camera as a means of seeing what the character sees. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
A 5 page paper which examines how the theme of repressed memory is addressed in Margaret Atwood’s 1988 novel, 'Cat’s Eye.'
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