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Poem with an explanation: this time, things would be different

she had a month
and so resolved
that this time
things would be different

she listened to the birds
she saw the plays
she watched the performers on every corner… 970 more words

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The Making of a Millennial Woman | Another Gaze

The Making of a Millennial Woman | Another Gaze

Like the rest of this publication, the lens of media in popular culture is used as evidence for its observations, drawing together mainly from… 11 more words

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Sonic Intensified Continuity in 'Baby Driver'

By Ruochen Zhao | 19 June 2019

In this audio-visual essay, Ruochen analyses the music and sound used in Baby Driver (2017) – in particular, what theorist Amanda McQueen has identified as the concept of ‘Sonic Intensified Continuity’ used by (director) Edgar Wright in films such as… 920 more words

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What's going on with Wahaca?

Last week, it was brought to the public’s attention that a
waiter in a North London branch of the Mexican food chain, Wahaca, was made to… 333 more words

The Saga of Dartos Tunic

“The Saga of Dartos Tunic,” by David A. Soskis, Yale Medical School, Class of 1968. “Smile A While,” Journal of the American Medical Association, 9/11/1967. 239 more words

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“Give It to Me Baby, I Don’t Care How”: The Orgiastic Fantasy Fanboy Gaze in Zach Snyder’s Sucker Punch

Zach Snyder’s 2011 film, Sucker Punch, has often been criticized for being shallow, degrading/violent against women, anti-feminist, hyper-sexualized, patriarchal, or a ‘fistful of mediocrity’ (johnnymacbest, IMDb). 1,392 more words

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