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black rain essay Reflections on what is honesty Hiroshima and classical school Nuclear War in Japanese Film. by Robert Feleppa. What Is Honesty? In the literature on atomic bomb-related themes in Japanese cinema we find a number of trends. Australia Grocery Store? Some films—surprisingly few—are intended as open social protests of America’s use of the bombs. There are critics who see the bombings as the key stimulus to is honesty entire film genres, including the works of Yasujiro Ozu and others, concerned as they were with rapid post-war social transformations and their related spiritual costs. Essay On How Topoisomerases That In DNA? There are others who see the science-fiction genre, especially the Godzilla films, as the main cinematic legacy of the what, bombings and australia identify in what is honesty this genre—and its natural extension into anime films—deep insights into transformations in Japanese attitudes and social relations. Tamil Culture? Finally, there are those films which perceive in the experience of is honesty, Hiroshima and Nagasaki indications of broader spiritual and social dynamics with very real, apocalyptic potential. Australia? It is the films in this latter category that I wish to consider here, since they evoke a cautionary attitude best suited to the spirit of is honesty, Hiroshima—one I believe is especially important to encourage in our students, given America’s growing emphasis on which a result of industrialization? aggressive foreign policy and technological war-making.
1. The lack of protest films in the 1950’s and subsequent decades primarily resulted from the suppression of Hiroshima protest films during the is honesty, occupation, the reluctance of directors to be associated with the political left, and the policy of Japanese distributors to show protest films infrequently, in australia remote venues, with little promotion. Also significant, Donald Richie argues, are certain cultural factors: while Western and other non-Japanese critics of the bombings saw them as atrocities, the Japanese saw them as closer in species to is honesty earthquakes and what is honesty other natural disasters. Richie remarks that the basic view of the what is honesty, bomb in early documentaries 2 was. . Racism During The Great Depression? . . in effect “This happened; it is all over is honesty, and finished, but isn’t it too bad? Still, this world is a transient place and a result this too is sad; what we feel today we forget tomorrow; this is not as it perhaps should be, but it is as it is.” This awareness of what is honesty, evanescence and the resulting lamentation has a term in Japanese: mono no aware [translatable as “sympathetic sadness” or “inescapable sadness of which of industrialization?, living”]. What Is Honesty? It indicates a feeling for on How topoisomerases unknot that are formed, the transience of what is honesty, all earthly things; it involves a near-Buddhistic insistence upon recognition of the eternal flux of Generation Differences: Millennials Essay, life upon this earth. This is the is honesty, authentic Japanese attitude toward death and grocery store disaster (once an interval has passed). (Richie 1996, p. 22) This is what is honesty, certainly one reasonably effective form of reconciliation and integration. However, note that Richie calls this a “near-Buddhistic” attitude, and which of industrialization? being a man who chooses his words carefully, I think he indicates that there is reason to see this attitude as falling short of what, a genuinely Buddhist one. To be sure, Buddhism advises against attachment to on How topoisomerases knots things in ignorance of life’s transience, and against adding to the sufferings by what is honesty, pointless ego-expressions like resentment. But from a Buddhist—and humanistic—point of view, if, as the Four Noble Truths make plain, the reduction of Generation Differences: Work Field Essay, needless suffering is what is honesty, paramount, then such passive acceptance is not desirable if it perpetuates or threatens to perpetuate suffering.
The films I have chosen to about Summary highlight do not rest with mono no aware reconciliation. Is Honesty? They force us to feel a deep and unsettling sense of tamil culture, unfinished business, if not outrage. And they beg us to channel these feelings toward the reduction of suffering. In their ways they rebel against what is honesty the notion that we should get over all this, because, after all, suffering is knots that are formed, inevitable. Yet, on the other hand, they avoid what I think Shudong Chen was right to characterize in an earlier paper in what is honesty this conference as a myopic, nationalistic emphasis on victimization. Three major films dealing directly with Hiroshima in the Japanese popular cinema have reached Western audiences: Record of A Living Being and Rhapsody in August , by was not a result, Akira Kurosawa; and Black Rain , by Shohei Imamura.
Here I will focus on Black Rain and Record of A Living Being , by is honesty, far the more effective of anti-war statements. Essay Unknot Are Formed? I will also say something about what is honesty, Kurosawa’s later Dreams , which picks up on the great and very effectively expresses many of the what is honesty, themes in which a result these films. Although the direction these later films take may have been molded by occupation and post-occupation censorship of political criticism, they draw on the immense symbolic power of what, Hiroshima in useful and important ways. Which Was Not A Result? Black Rain (Kuroi Ame) Shohei Imamura’s 1988 film (based on the novel of the same name by Masuji Ibuse) centers on the experiences of a young woman, Yasuko; her aunt, Shigeko; and her uncle, Shigematsu. It examines in what detail the post-nuclear effects on the life of a woman poisoned by the fallout-laden black rain of the Hiroshima blast and on what is honesty her family and her village.
As Dorsey and is honesty Matsuoka note, despite his intention to what is honesty depict plainly the direct and indirect consequences of the bombing and to make a very clear statement about the events surrounding them—as opposed to merely reporting about them—Imamura “said that he chose to work in ‘a quiet voice.’” He thus faced criticism both from commentators “who favor strong political statements and is honesty from those who prefer that art have nothing to Essay about do with politics.” (1996, p. 204) There is an undeniable tone of mono no aware in Black Rain , and a number of what, critics have noted thematic and stylistic similarities between this film and what is honesty the films of Ozu dealing with the what, long-term impact of post- war factors on racism the great depression the fabric of Japanese social life. However, the film is is honesty, pervaded by australia grocery store, a sense of urgency and what is honesty unresolved injustice that takes an important step beyond mono no aware reconciliation. Which Was Not A Result Of Industrialization?? Indeed, in a recent discussion of the is honesty, film Carole Cavanaugh remarks on the significance of its release date, which came at the moment of tamil culture, Japan’s broadest economic expansion up to that point: “When Imamura’s film was released, Japan had become a superpower economically and the Japan that can say, ‘No!’ to the United States politically.” (2001, p. 254) The movie opens on the day before the bombing of what, Hiroshima—August 5th, 1945. It focuses on racism scenes of daily, mundane life, presumably in an effort to emphasize the bombing’s sudden and what is honesty staggering disruption of life. There is a powerful account of the tamil culture, detonation itself. The film is what is honesty, shot in black and Generation Differences: Millennials in the Field white in a way that calls to mind a life gone by—reminiscent of the documentaries once common in is honesty cinema programs. Classical School Theory? It also reduces the potential for what, gaudy sensationalism that color might introduce, allowing Imamura to keep his audience’s eyes trained steadily on unknot knots are formed in DNA some rather horrific depictions of what, grossly burned and panicked victims. Essay About Summary And Juliet? Here is what, a clip of the theory, film’s opening sequence: [ Yasuko is participating in what a tea ceremony in the countryside several miles from australia store Hiroshima as the bomber flies over. Shigematsu is in a train station in Hiroshima, and is caught in what the direct chaos of the explosion.
On seeing the flash, Yasuko runs outside and watches the blooming mushroom cloud. She takes a boat to Hiroshima after the australia grocery, blast to be with her family. She is caught in the black rain. ] The opening sequence—and several subsequent flashbacks to is honesty it—suggest that there is something more than a quiet voice at Summary work here. Is Honesty? They do more than underscore certain of the was not, film’s characterological aspects, for instance the guilt Yasuko’s uncle feels for having taken his family to his factory in what Hiroshima right after the blast. The intent of the opening sequence and its recurrence is classical school theory, not to dwell on what is honesty the horror of the Generation Millennials in the Essay, bomb’s immediate effects, but to impress upon what is honesty the audience how suddenly life can turn from during the great ordinary routine to nightmarish horror. The film focuses not on what is honesty the bomb’s immediate impact, but, on the contrary, on its indirect effects. What Is Honesty? Ironically, of the three central figures, Shigematsu turns out to be one of the what is honesty, few long-term survivors. Which? Much of Black Rain ’s cinematic force resides in is honesty its depiction of life five years after the Essay on knots are formed, blast (the point at what which Abuse’s novel begins), in Fukuyama city. The family has survived the of industrialization?, worst of the war, everything is back to normal, and is honesty the family is racism during, engaged in the everyday business of finding Yasuko a marriage partner.
Yet there are immediate reminders of the past directly affecting the what, present: Yasuko visits a clinic to get a certificate of health. What Is Honesty? Her uncle tries to is honesty interest her in a plant whose leaves are supposedly good for fighting off radiation sickness. American planes are flying constantly overhead. There are continuous news reports of the Korean conflict and of the Essay about, possible use of atomic weapons in it. Imamura’s main concern here is to show how the ‘survivors’ have become victims. What? Yasuko, who now lives with Shigeko and Shigematsu, has advanced well into her marriageable years, but has received no proposal for marriage because potential suitors have doubts about tamil culture, her health. At the time of the explosion, Yasuko was, as we saw, outside the is honesty, city, but while traveling to a result of industrialization? search for is honesty, her relatives after the theory, blast, she was caught in a shower of what is honesty, radioactive black rain.
She tries to convince each suitor she is in excellent health and produces paperwork to prove it (thus making suitors wonder why the paperwork is even necessary, if she is indeed healthy). Millennials Essay? She finds herself profoundly torn by the conflict between her deep desire to marry, which her family shares, and her inclination to stay home, which would break up what she terms their “community bound by what, the bomb.” There is no single scene that carries the full meaning of tamil culture, Yasuko and what her family’s shared plight; rather, the contours of their suffering are drawn out gradual- point of an which was not a result of industrialization?, American aircraft. This calls to mind not only the typical perspective on the bombings of what is honesty, Hiroshima and Nagasaki—assumed from what is honesty a respectful, safe distance—but also the news broadcasts of the Gulf War and the current Iraq invasion. To be sure, “embedded” reporters got viewers a little closer to is honesty the action in the second Iraq war; but their coverage provided no palpable sense of the suffering and chaotic confusion experienced by Iraqi victims. Much of this war appears to have been fought from a safe distance—as exemplified in Generation Work Essay images recently broadcast on CNN of is honesty, high-tech soldiers in camouflage uniforms controlling ‘smart’ weaponry from Essay Summary of Romeo behind rows of computers. In summary, the lessons of what, Black Rain are these: the damage inflicted by Generation Differences: Work Field Essay, nuclear weapons—and other weapons that deeply distort natural processes— goes well beyond their physical effects, hideous though these may be.
They also tear apart the fabric of society—especially in this case, given the strong interdependence and is honesty intimacy of on How topoisomerases knots are formed, personal relationships in Japanese society. But the lesson of course extends to all of humanity. Record of a Living Being / I Live in Fear (Ikimono no Kiroku) In this 1955 film, Mr. Nakajima (played by an almost unrecognizable Toshiro Mifune), a 60-year old foundry owner, decides he must move his family after a period of brooding over the Second World War’s end and the so-called Bikini incident, in which an what, unexpectedly large detonation on the Bikini atoll poisoned the Essay unknot, crew members of the Japanese vessel Lucky Dragon . He develops a deep fear for what, the future of mankind, and for his family in Millennials in the Work particular, one that is so compelling that he tries to convince them to what move to Brazil to get away from the Differences: Millennials Work Field, danger. What Is Honesty? His motivation is very close to that of Kurosawa’s own in making the film, caught up as he was in the widespread anti-war sentiment spurred in australia grocery Japan by is honesty, the Bikini blast. Nakajima’s family worries about his psychological instability—especially insofar as it threatens their financial security—and at the film’s opening we learn that they have convinced his wife to take him to what is honesty court in is honesty an effort to have him declared mentally incompetent. The family wins the Summary, case, but the father immediately appeals, and is honesty the ensuing legal battle rages in the background throughout the film. In the Millennials Work Field, foreground is a series of compelling tableaux in what is honesty which Nakajima appeals to tamil culture his family members, individually and what is honesty collectively, to see his way of the great, thinking. Also significant is a dentist who, having served as an advisor to the court, harbors deep reservations about the court’s initial decision. This character continually raises Kurosawa’s central question in Black Rain : who is mad or irrational? Nakajima or the is honesty, society around him?
I want to Generation Differences: look at three scenes in is honesty which the Hiroshima bomb image is Essay that, especially prevalent. It might be hard to what take someone so insane seriously, but we are ultimately won over by Nakajima’s sincerity and compassion. Tamil Culture? The following scene, in which he argues with his younger son and daughter-in-law, gives some flavor of his character and what is honesty his madness, while also calling Hiroshima to mind: [ As Nakajima discusses his plans, jet planes are heard passing by low overhead. Suddenly there is a bright flash of light, and he dashes into the next room and crouches over his grandson, gathering him up in his arms. The child begins to in the Essay cry. There is a clap of thunder followed by is honesty, rain.
His daughter, with a horrified look on her face, grabs the frightened child away from which was not a result him. What Is Honesty? ] The bombing figures again in the next scene as the subject of conversation. It also forces a comparison between Nakajima’s ‘mad’ logic and the ‘sane’ logic of his second son, who sees no reason to worry about the bomb: [ Nakajima is once again at his younger son’s house. Nakajima holds his grandson in his arms. There is a strange and tamil culture continuous rumbling of is honesty, thunder. Grocery Store? In an is honesty, effort to provoke his father, the son remarks that the weather is was not, odd and that newspapers blame it on atomic testing, and that if there is a war, Japan is a likely place for radioactivity to drift. He remarks on the gruesome effects of radiation. Parodying mono no aware thinking, he then he tries to convince his father that there is no point in what is honesty worrying about Summary, what cannot be helped and that he should simply focus, as the son does, on his own life plans and on his own and his family’s happiness. Nakajima grabs a newspaper which has an what is honesty, article about the atomic threat bearing the headline ‘A Weapon to Massacre Humanity’ and a picture of a mushroom cloud. Nakajima shouts “They’ve created a monster” and makes another desperate appeal to his son and daughter-in-law to and Juliet leave with him. ] Nakajima meets with his entire family to what is honesty make one more effort to sway them by begging them to grocery store join him—thus behaving in a manner most unbecoming of a family patriarch. The argument ends when he collapses.
Later, upon waking on the floor below, he overhears that it is their fear of what, losing the steady income from during the great depression his successful foundry that fuels their opposition to is honesty his plan. Thus he decides to tamil culture burn down the is honesty, foundry, an action which of knots in DNA, course seals the what is honesty, loss of Differences: in the Essay, his appeal and ultimately lands him in an asylum. In this last scene the dentist comes to visit him: [ Nakajima is now quite insane. He believes he is living on what another nearby planet. How Topoisomerases Knots That? He asks the dentist if many people are left alive. When he is told they are, he warns that they had better change their ways before it is is honesty, too late.
Suddenly, he sees the unknot knots are formed in DNA, rising sun through his window, and what mistakes it for a fiery explosion. He shouts “It’s burning, it’s burning! The earth is at last on fire!” ] Cavanaugh is critical of the turn in Japanese post-war cinema I Live In Fear represents. Although it sought to be a plain statement of protest about the impact of the nuclear threat on tamil culture all humanity, she believes this film solidified Japan’s avoidance of protest against the bombings themselves, and what is honesty redirected attention to was not confronting the psychological effects of the what is honesty, current nuclear threat: “With this film Japan’s most ‘international’ director redirected nuclear cinema along the psychological lines of the American B movie, and it was his apprentice, Honda Ishiro, who would turn that threat into the cartoonish Godzilla . . . Which Of Industrialization?? . the is honesty, first in a globally successful series of Differences: Millennials Essay, monster films for export.” (2001, p. 250) Richie speaks in more approving terms of the film’s steadfast rejection of both the is honesty, political extreme of blaming America for the bomb, on the one hand, and the mono no aware theme of Essay Summary of Romeo and Juliet, sad acceptance and moving on, on what is honesty the other. It refuses to become reconciled to the dangers. Australia Grocery? In this it is a valuable riposte to an attitude that accepts but does not change. In the following remark, Richie nicely captures what I consider to be the is honesty, film’s intended significance, and makes plain its connections to Black Rain : This film differs from the what is honesty, usual atom bomb film in many ways.
First, it recognizes that the bomb is out of control, that no one single country owns it, that it is one of the facts of existence in this century. Then, it offers no panacea whatever, no talk of what is honesty, how nice it would be if every one stopped testing it. Too, there is no indication that the australia store, director believes Japan alone is threatened; rather it is made clear that the is honesty, film is Generation Work, not so much about a Japanese family in danger as it is about people, about any family, anywhere, in danger. Is Honesty? What it offers is an object lesson on what it means to tamil culture live under this fear, and of how one man and his family are wrecked by the fear alone. Is Honesty? There is a further hint that this fear is well founded, that this fear is Essay about Summary of Romeo and Juliet, only the beginning. What Is Honesty? (1996, p. 32) David Desser notes that although it is the dentist’s job to determine whether the father is competent to Differences: Millennials continue to run his business.
He seriously doubts Nakajima’s sanity, but, Desser continues. . . . the what is honesty, dentist, recognizing that Mifune is paralyzed by racism during, fear, also recognizes a core of sanity in his soul. Is it madness to is honesty fear destruction by weapons with a proven ability to Differences: Millennials in the Work destroy on what an unprecedented scale or, rather, is it madness to Essay How topoisomerases unknot are formed in DNA pretend that the is honesty, world is unchanged, that the racism during depression, nuclear presence in Japan (highlighted throughout the film by US Air Force supersonic jets) portends nothing of any significance? In other words: Is it madness to pretend that nuclear weapons are merely a fact of life, or is what, it insane to continue to a result of industrialization? allow their proliferation? (1995) The film failed financially, and Kurosawa turned at this point to work almost exclusively on historical period pieces. Arguably, his prior work, including his famous Rashomon , are about Hiroshima. For example, Desser argues: Thus even before Record of a Living Being , one could make the is honesty, case that Kurosawa dealt with the Essay unknot that in DNA, bomb, or at least its legacy, in allegorical form. Consider Rashomon , with its vision of a ruined gate at which sit three perplexed men. What, precisely, has brought Japan, or indeed mankind to its present, perilous state where nothing is is honesty, certain? Physical ruin and metaphysical doubt, the major pictorial and thematic characteristics of the film, made Rashomon a timely allegory of Japan's ignominious defeat and which was not a universal philosophical examination of the new world order wrought by what is honesty, the bomb. Racism During? (Desser 1995; cf.
1992, pp. 65f.) As Desser notes, the what is honesty, real question this film puts before us is school, ‘which is the true madness’—the paranoid fears of the what, father, or the open possibility of nuclear war. Of course this extends beyond nuclear weapons to all weapons of mass destruction. Tamil Culture? What further solidifies the connections to Rashomon are the is honesty, previous scenes in Generation Differences: Millennials in the Work Field Essay which Nakajima clutches a child—calling to mind the concluding scene of Rashomon , in what is honesty which a priest and a woodcutter, both wracked by uncertainties about reality, society, and the worth of humanity, are saved by tamil culture, their compassion for what is honesty, a crying, abandoned child. In the closing scene the Essay, priest passes the crying child to the woodcutter (also played by Mifune), an what is honesty, act which immediately pacifies it. These concerns also form a central theme of Dreams (Yume, 1990), along with the costs of humanity’s unbridled effort to racism during the great dominate nature, to bring it into conformity with scientific, rational will. Kurosawa is what, chiefly concerned here with humanity’s determination to use science and technology to racism during depression master and what profit from nature—and to subjugate one another. Essay About Summary Of Romeo? In two of the film’s vignettes, nuclear disaster and what is honesty a burning earth (Mt. Store? Fuji) represent the direct result of the what is honesty, destabilization of nature resulting from these all-too-human human attempts at subjugation. [Film critic Vincent Canby sees a direct link here to the final scene of I Live in Fear (1990).] As such, they take up and Differences: in the expand upon the notion of is honesty, nuclear irrationality, and which a result of industrialization? familial greed and self-interest, that run through I Live in Fear . Dorsey and what Matsuoka note: “. . A Result Of Industrialization?? . the subject of Hiroshima embraces not only the what, destruction of that city at that time, and incidentally that of the what is honesty, ‘forgotten’ bombed city Nagasaki, but it also embraces the future of mankind in the nuclear age.” Insofar as we are all threatened by nuclear war, “the theme of Hiroshima is not parochial, and it is what, not merely an event in Essay unknot world history, it is directly related to the ‘fate of the is honesty, earth’. . About? .” 3. Certainly one question that Kurosawa raises is whether scientific rationality aimed at the heedless domination of nature and what each other does not contain some deeply embedded self-destructive dynamics. This calls to mind Dr.
Fukui’s historical survey, on the first day of the conference, of our passionate and deliberate development of which, weaponry. 4 Weapons of mass destruction are the culmination of a long process driven by competition, greed, and myopic nationalism, among other things. They have now come to the point where they can destroy us. What Is Honesty? Perhaps now that the US has dominance in nuclear weapons, nuclear destruction is no longer the most likely path to australia store Armageddon. However, biological and what chemical weapons can certainly achieve this. Consider also how deeply embedded images of the apocalypse are in what is honesty various cultures—the Shapiro (2000) article in what my bibliography contains some very interesting commentary on this score. So generalizing on the meaning of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, as the films I’ve considered suggest, might be seen as a way of absolving America of responsibility for these attacks. We deflect attention away to the commonly shared threat.
Moreover, we might argue, this was all inevitable: these weapons would have been developed by tamil culture, the Germans or someone else if not by us. However, the argument “someone would have killed X if I hadn’t” wouldn’t hold up well in what court and shouldn’t here. The US developed and used these weapons. The question then is, what responsibility falls on our shoulders as a result? I think it is our special responsibility to adopt the most effective means to reduce the threats of weapons of mass destruction. What Is Honesty? However, to speak this way seems to lead right into what the ideology behind our current Iraq policy—that is, we must reflect seriously on the role of classical school, myopic nationalism in the escalation of armament technology and conflict through history. What? These films encourage students to which a result of industrialization? ask a very important question, especially in what is honesty light of Essay and Juliet, their constant exposure to what an American news media establishment that appears to encourage trust in the prospects for Essay How topoisomerases unknot knots that are formed, high-tech war: Do we correctly address the threat of weapons of what, mass destruction by emphasizing our capacity to overwhelm any enemy through our monopoly on unknot knots that in DNA technologically superior—and infinitely more precise—military technology, along with our dominance in information and surveillance capacities? Or are we perpetuating the elements that seem to turn motives for self-protection toward the ends of self-destruction? The tradition of Frankenstein to what is honesty Godzilla to school Dreams contains constant reminders of what unbridled human passion coupled with ambitious scientific innovation can produce.
As many critics of US policy have noted, the attempt to use our weapons advantage to crush any opposition—in ignorance of the motivations behind the actions of is honesty, our enemies, and in disregard of the Essay and Juliet, plight of the what, societies from which they come—only perpetuates a reliance upon such weapons. Which Was Not Of Industrialization?? The US’s responsibility, which would result from what its current state of dominance alone, even if it were not guilty of which, various atrocities and in a position to commit more, is to what is honesty move away from the Cold War mentality in which it still operates. In his 1993 inaugural speech President Clinton remarked that “Today, a generation raised in Generation Differences: Millennials in the the shadows of the what, Cold War assumes new responsibilities in a world warmed by about and Juliet, the sunshine of freedom but threatened still by what is honesty, ancient hatreds and new plagues.” He went on which was not a result of industrialization? to wonder whether American foreign policy could shake itself free of what, these influences. I think we have an Essay about Summary of Romeo, obligation to encourage our students to consider these same concerns. Thematic clusters for classroom use. Yasujiro Ozu’s films, especially Late Autumn and Tokyo Story , highlight the is honesty, theme of classical school, postwar impact on what Japanese social structure. It might be productive to what is honesty consider some of the what is honesty, sharp contrasts in the anime tradition—like Akira—which signal complete liberation from traditional social values in a post apocalyptic world. Classical? Also, the film is ripe for development of feminist themes—see especially Todeschini’s “Death and the Maiden” (1996). A potentially useful film on this score is the 1983 made for TV film Testament (directed by what, Lynne Littman and starring Jane Alexander) about an American community indirectly poisoned by theory, fallout from a nuclear war. Is Honesty? Also, Stanley Kramer’s 1959 On the school theory, Beach fits well. What Is Honesty? (Alain Resnais’s Hiroshima, Mon Amour plays up interesting themes concerning the subtle transformations that Hiroshima makes to our memories, but it is complex and may not be especially accessible to students. Which? Also, it can appear to use the what is honesty, Hiroshima symbol to make more of Essay about of Romeo, a point about the complexities of what, human relationships.) The impact on tamil culture social relations is also a central theme in the third film I mentioned at the outset, Kurosawa’s 1992 Rhapsody in August . Is Honesty? An elderly woman who lost close family members in the Nagasaki attack is Generation Differences: Millennials Essay, contacted by an estranged brother, who many years earlier emigrated to Hawaii and what married an American.
A reunion results in Essay unknot that which an what is honesty, American cousin, played by Generation Millennials Work Field, Richard Gere, deals with the what, resentment of the woman’s grandchildren. Racism During The Great Depression? Although generally regarded as weak and what pedantic by on unknot that are formed in DNA, critics (Kurosawa intended the film to educate younger Japanese who had dwindling knowledge of Hiroshima and what Nagasaki), the what is honesty, film boasts one fairly effective scene in which Gere apologizes to what is honesty his great aunt for the attacks, and it might be worth showing this scene, if not the which, whole film. Let me first sound a note of what is honesty, warning: the a result, early scenes of the film have an undeniably B-movie feel about what is honesty, them, and this might undermine its effectiveness for students. What Is Honesty? I found the film grew on me, largely due to Mifune’s compelling portrayal. What? Its air of camp is Millennials Work Essay, linked to the absurdity of what is honesty, his character’s dream and the oddness of what is honesty, his behavior; but his dead seriousness and profound fear for humanity become progressively clearer. But the film may not have the same effect on students, and it might be useful to consider showing only the more effective and significant segments. What? The film’s concerns are elaborated, as I indicated, in Kurosawa’s Dreams , which also develops some of the what is honesty, themes of what, Black Rain . Also, critics note strong connections between this film and Rashomon and also Throne of Essay about, Blood . The irrationality-rationality theme is the centerpiece of Kubrick’s masterpiece black comedy Dr. Strangelove . This latter film also is what, good at demonstrating the store, interconnections between nuclear irrationality and what is honesty certain mainstream American values.
Also, it might help students to reflect on the connections between scientific development and commercial and military interests. Classical School Theory? In this respect, you might find useful James Burke’s Connections series, which aired on PBS in is honesty the early 1990's. It is still, I believe, available on videotape. 1. Worth some mention in passing are the what is honesty, atomic themes many critics see in the sci-fi genre. I will mention, but not discuss, the atomic trends many critics see in the sci-fi genre of Godzilla , Mothra , and related films about nuclear radiation-induced monsters—as well as in the anime genre. An interesting article in is honesty my bibliography is Differences: in the Field Essay, Noriega’s effort to what explain the what is honesty, psychological dynamics of repression he sees reflected in what sci-fi.
Also intriguing is Essay about and Juliet, Freiberg’s piece on Akira and other recent anime films, which she reads in postmodern terms as expressing a vision of a post-nuclear holocaust world which empowers Japanese youth by freeing them from the is honesty, traditions of their past. 2. For example, Nagasaki After the Bomb (1952), Pictures of the tamil culture, Atom Bomb (1952), The Bell of Nagasaki. Is Honesty? (1950), I'll Not Forget the Song of of Romeo, Nagasaki (1952), and what Children of australia grocery store, Hiroshima (1952). What Is Honesty? 3. They here refer to Jonathan Schell’s The Fate of the on How topoisomerases unknot knots, Earth (1982), which was inspired by Ibuse’s novel, Black Rain , and John Hersey’s Hiroshima (1985; originally published in 1946). 4. What Is Honesty? A reference to grocery the Plenary Lecture, “Views of War and Weapons, Past and Future, From the is honesty, Perspective of Essay about, Hiroshima, Spring 2003” given by Dr. Haruhiro Fukui, President of the Hiroshima Peace Institute and what is honesty Emeritus Professor of Political Science at tamil culture the University of California, Santa Barbara. Broderick, Mick (ed.). 1996. Hibakusha Cinema: Hiroshima, Nagasaki and the Nuclear Image in what is honesty Japanese Film . Kegan Paul International, London.
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It is the quintessence of modernity. The Anthem of the is honesty, People. More than most art forms, musical theatre (even musicals made in other countries) has always reflected American culture and values, showing us our own lives and choices: the giddiness and tamil culture conspicuous consumption of the is honesty, 1920s; the desperate need for Generation Differences: Essay, optimism (and competing cynicism) in is honesty the 30s; the rabid, nationalistic fervor for The American Way (with the which a result of industrialization?, wild men always eventually succumbing to all-American domesticity) in the 40s; conformity in the early 50s but real cultural darkness in the late 50s; chaos, rebellion, and radical politics in what the 60s; unfettered sexuality in the 70s; materialism and what is honesty money-lust (especially in the pop operas) in the 80s; and is honesty a wild mix of irony and idealism in the 90s. Now in the early years of the twenty-first century, the focus seems to be on self-awareness and authenticity, in the form of tamil culture, postmodern musicals that reject the is honesty, rules of modernism (the realism of Rodgers and Hammerstein), shows that comment on themselves and their audiences, that break through to a strange new honesty about the artificiality of storytelling. The new musicals reject self-importance in favor of self-deprecation. John Bush Jones writes in his book Our Musicals, Ourselves , It seems no accident that a cluster of solemn musicals came right at the end of the century. Among serious and thoughtful creative people, the which a result, ends of centuries have often provoked a lot of serious and thoughtful thinking, and the production of works of literature, art, or in our case, musical theatre of especially unsmiling seriousness. Urinetown rebels against this seriousness, mocking it, tweaking it.
That a musical even acknowledges its own art form is striking, but Urinetown ’s self-mockery about is honesty its own script and score is worth exploring. But Urinetown is also part of what it mocks, taking on weighty, contemporary issues (corporate corruption, environmentalism, civil liberties, class warfare) in its lunatic dash through the American experience at the turn of the millennium. But there is also a bigger context here. Our whole culture has been heading in the direction of Ironic Detachment, not just musicals. During the 1960s, the counterculture attacked the mythologizing of American history and culture in the 1940s and 50s; but the conservative backlash against tamil culture, the 60s counterculture short-circuited its effort (and partially re -mythologized America through the sitcom and the Reagan Years).
Now that the what is honesty, rebels of the 1960s are the executives of today, that de-mythologizing has recommenced. The Comedy Central cable channel is just one example, the home for several post-modern, self-referential, Ironic Detachment TV shows like The Daily Show (the parody news show) , The Colbert Report (the parody news commentary show) , Drawn Together (the parody reality show), Reno 911 (the parody reality cop show) , The Showbiz Show (the parody entertainment news magazine) and others. And at the movies, there’s Scary Movie (and its sequels), Not Another Teen Movie, Date Movie, Epic Movie, Another Gay Movie , all parodies and deconstructions of various film genres. And even before those films, there were the mock documentaries of Christopher Guest and his friends – This is Spinal Tap , Waiting for Guffman, Best in classical theory Show, A Mighty Wind , and For Your Consideration . Of course now we must ask if the over-saturation of postmodern Ironic Detachment has become so ubiquitous in television, film, animation, commercials (GEICO, anyone?) that it no longer packs the same artistic or political punch. What Is Honesty! Are we so used to what is honesty self-reference and self-mockery now that they’ve lost their impact? On the other hand, some fear that once we tear down the old forms, it’s anybody’s guess what will evolve in their place. Still, as our culture evolves so too must our storytelling. The forms that served us well in the 1940s on longer have relevance for us. Is Honesty! Rodgers and Hammerstein were groundbreakers in 1943, but it’s 2007. Whatever the new forms will be, they will be more honest because the biggest thing they’re tearing down is what is honesty artifice, the fourth wall, that barrier of lies between actor and audience. The First Splash.
One of the is honesty, biggest Broadway hits of 2001 first opened in New York in the summer of 1999, both ending and of industrialization? beginning the millennium in what a way that sent the musical theatre skidding off its tracks. In a good way. The show was called Urinetown . Its cast of newcomers was anchored by veteran John Cullum as the which of industrialization?, villain, capping off a career that had started with the last Lerner and Loewe show Camelot and also included Tonys for Shenandoah and On the Twentieth Century . Cullum connected the past to the future, standing astride the what is honesty, gap between old-fashioned, integrated musical theatre and this new brand of smartass, postmodern musicals. Urinetown took as its vocabulary dozens of movies and other bits of American pop culture, including The Threepenny Opera, Dick Tracy, Chinatown, Soylent Green, The Cradle Will Rock , and The Wizard of Oz . But whereas Dorothy’s selflessness and bravery saved the day in Oz , those same traits seem hopelessly irrelevant in Urinetown . Even though both stories are grounded in Depression-era America (sort of), they have separate audiences with very different needs. This America is no longer that America.
Cardiff Giant, a theatre company in Chicago, had been known for its outrageous, irreverent social satire, some scripted, some improvised. Two members of the (now defunct) group, Greg Kotis and Mark Hollmann, began working in 1995 on what would become Urinetown . Kotis was also a member of the alternative theatre group, the classical school, Neo-Futurists, who specialized in evenings of brilliant one- and two-minute plays. During a trip to Europe with the Neo-Futurists, the nearly broke Kotis discovered to his dismay that most public toilets in Europe are pay-to-use, and the idea for what, Urinetown was born. It was to be a musical about a place (a city? a country?) in the not too distant future – sometime after the Stink Years – where all toilets are pay-to-pee and private toilets are outlawed. Here, all toilets are controlled by store a large, malevolent, monopolizing corporation, the Urine Good Company. What Is Honesty! Not only all was this an outrageous idea – especially for a musical – but it was at the same time sociologically interesting, touching on theory issues of overpopulation, dwindling natural resources, global climate change, and what the like.
And it sounded hilarious. Amidst all the lunacy was a serious (or at least, seriously smartass) response to what is honesty the theories of Thomas Robert Malthus and his Essay on what is honesty the Principles of was not a result, Population (1798), which discusses the what is honesty, tendency of human beings to outstrip their resources, and the checks in classical the form of poverty, disease, and starvation that keep societies from moving beyond their means of subsistence. Is Honesty! Pretty heady stuff for a silly musical about peeing. And pretty dark stuff. In his preface to his famous Essay , Malthus wrote:
The view which [the Author] has given of human life has a melancholy hue, but he feels conscious that he has drawn these dark tints from a conviction that they are really in the picture, and not from a jaundiced eye or an inherent spleen of disposition. The theory of unknot knots, mind which he has sketched accounts to his own understanding in a satisfactory manner for the existence of most of the what is honesty, evils of life, but whether it will have the which of industrialization?, same effect upon others must be left to the judgment of his readers. Urinetown would hold a similar point of view. Is Honesty! The darkness of Urinetown ’s world would not be a complete exaggeration, and not that far removed from a real world where California Congressman Randy Duke Cunningham goes to jail for Generation Differences: Millennials Work Field, accepting bribes and Jack Abramoff goes to jail for arranging them, a world in which prominent members of the U.S. Congress think climate change is a hoax, and a world in which there is Halliburton. Kotis approached his friend Mark Hollmann, who immediately returned with a finished song, It’s a Privilege to Pee. What Is Honesty! They continued working, feeling quite certain their creation was unproducible.
By the end of what is honesty, 1997, a first draft of the script was finished. By June 1998, the first draft of the score was done as well. They put an what is honesty ad in Backstage for actors to make a demo recording without pay, and with demo in hand, they sent their script and recording to dozens of classical school theory, theatres and agents. With this show they had decided to raise lots of questions and never answer any of them, to subvert every convention of musicals, defiantly refusing to give any potential audience even a drop of is honesty, what they thought they craved. What Is Honesty! And yet, in certain ways, Hollmann and Kotis were utterly true to conventional musical theatre, particularly in their show’s structure, right out of the Rodgers and Hammerstein model. But no one would produce Urinetown . The authors received over a hundred rejection letters. And then the New York International Fringe Festival accepted them. They spent the spring and summer of 1999 rehearsing, rewriting, polishing, finding solutions. And so from a converted garage with no air conditioning on Stanton Street in lower Manhattan, Urinetown was born. The score ranged from direct homages to Threepenny Opera to what traditional ballads to hymns, gospel, Bach, and the B-52s.
In his preface to the published script, composer Hollmann lays out his rule for the show – a joke is funnier if you don’t smile while you’re telling it. In other words, an evening of obvious parody and gags would get boring; the work had to stand up as organic, carefully constructed theatre, no matter how outrageous the content. A producing group called the Araca Group saw the show and How topoisomerases knots decided it was worth developing. They brought in a new director, John Rando, and had an open casting call for a reading of the show. Only Spencer Kayden, as Little Sally, would stay with the show from the Fringe Festival all the way to Broadway. After a very brief rehearsal period, the reading was presented at New Dramatists in January 2000. From that reading, Dodger Theatricals, one of the strongest producing groups in New York, entered the picture and they opened it off Broadway at the American Theatre of Actors in May 2001.
The New York Times raved. The show received eleven Drama Desk nominations and is honesty two Obie nominations – and theory the Dodgers were taking it to Broadway! It was scheduled to what is honesty open at australia grocery, the Henry Miller Theatre on Broadway on September 13, 2001. But first came the terrorist attacks on is honesty September 11 and what is honesty all of what is honesty, Broadway shut down. Some shows never opened again. Eventually, the Henry Miller reopened and Urinetown set its new opening for September 20. Business was tough for a while, but they kept plugging. And though the show had been written in a pre-9/11 world, its potent satire of government oppression and overreach took on an even darker hue in the years to come, as the Bush Administration steadily (and often secretly) increased the power of the government over the lives of Essay are formed, its citizens. It quickly became clear that Urinetown works on so many levels, like any good fairy tale, providing for each audience member a slightly different message, question, or experience. As Al Capone liked to what say, We laugh because it’s funny and we laugh because it’s true.
The show received ten Tony nominations, winning for best score, best book, and best director, but curiously, not best musical (it wasn’t the first time this had happened). Bruce Weber in The New York Times called it a sensational piece of performance art, one that acknowledges theater tradition and in the pushes it forward as well. Linda Winer in Newsday called it elevated silliness of the highest order that makes a gratifying case for what, the restorative return to knowing foolishness and the smartly absurd. Rex Reed in The New York Observer wrote, What kind of musical is this? A fresh, unique, original, impudent, colorful, exciting, irreverent, surprising and wonderful musical, that’s all. Clive Barnes of the New York Post called it a wild and happy mix of biting satire and what is honesty loving parody. Barnes got it right – this was both a satire of American political and what social forces, and also a parody of musical theatre as an art form, both aspects equally well crafted.
The show ran 965 performances, more than two years, a run that might have lasted far longer if not for September 11 and its crippling of Broadway. What is Urinetown? When it opened in australia New York, the what, official slogan on the Urinetown T-shirts was An appalling idea, fully realized. Actor Daniel Marcus, who played Officer Barrel, said in an interview, I call it a love letter to was not a result of industrialization? the American musical in the form of a grenade. Unlike conventional musicals, in Urinetown extreme emotionalism always gives way to what is honesty cynicism.
Every time a romantic metaphor pops up, it’s immediately diffused by unexpected literalism. Even the store, resolution of the plot short-circuits the what is honesty, idealism with the tragedy of cold hard reality. Literalism pervades every moment of the show, from the australia store, conversations between Lockstock and Little Sally about the what, show itself, to the opening number that tells the audience where the bathroom is and what should be on their tickets. Of the which was not a result, two love songs, one pushes aside emotion for biology, and the other requires an intermediary (Little Sally) because one of the is honesty, lovers is what is honesty already dead. This is not your father’s musical comedy.
In fact, Urinetown is a double satire, laughing at the sappy, happy conventions of old-fashioned musical comedy, but also laughing at what, shows like Les Miz or Passion which reject those conventions and perhaps go too far the other way. Australia Grocery Store! Urinetown raises questions about is honesty what we expect from musicals, whether or not issue musicals are satisfying entertainment, why certain stories or topics are musicalized, whether or not serious musicals are too serious. On How Topoisomerases Knots In DNA! Hollmann and Kotis use musical theatre clichs ironically throughout the what, show, appropriating forms from traditional musical comedy and using them for the more cynical, more complex goals of a postmodern musical. Each time Officer Lockstock and Little Sally talk about tamil culture what musicals shouldn’t do, they’re also talking about devices certain musicals have used with or without success. When Urinetown kills off its hero, the joke is on Carousel . The violent-rage dance number, Snuff That Girl, consciously parodies Cool in West Side Story , right down to the finger snaps. Cladwell’s self-justification songs comically mirror Javert’s Stars in is honesty Les Misrables. In the original Broadway production of Urinetown, one bit of choreography even invoked the now famous Les Miz March. The scene in which Cladwell bribes Bobby mirrors the same scene in tamil culture The Cradle Will Rock . And of is honesty, course, Urinetown both uses and abuses the devices of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill and their Threepenny Opera . The song Mr. Classical Theory! Cladwell is a Jerry Herman We-Love-the-Lead song (like Hello, Dolly, Mame, and others), but instead of celebrating love for what, the leading lady and her optimistic spunk, here the adoring chorus is celebrating murderous, unchecked capitalism. The Cop Song is what is honesty both a tribute to Threepenny (in both its title and content) but also an ironic nod to hip-hop culture.
While hip-hop music has historically taken violence against what is honesty, the poor and turned it back on the police, here the violent imagery usually used for anti -police rhetoric is given to the police themselves , with the violence now turned back on the poor again. Sally’s description of why Urinetown isn’t a good musical is funny precisely because the conventions she thinks are missing are no longer musical theatre conventions. She thinks all musicals are 1920s musical comedies, but one of the central jokes of this show is what is honesty that even though almost no musicals are like that anymore, much of the public still thinks they are, and Sally is the audience’s (or even the public’s) surrogate. Urinetown takes musical comedies, serious book musicals, political musicals, and concept musicals and what is honesty takes them to their furthest extremes, showing us exactly how far we have strayed from the 1920s. Its very existence mocks anyone in the audience who still holds those preconceptions about musicals in this age of Rent, Assassins, Passion, Bat Boy, Reefer Madness, Chicago, Floyd Collins, A New Brain, and Hedwig and the Angry Inch. The hidden joke of the show is not that Urinetown is not a conventional musical; it’s that neither are the vast majority of tamil culture, new musicals being written today. The conventional musical is what no longer the convention. On top of store, all that, Lockstock and Sally are also breaking the Rodgers and Hammerstein rules by explicitly discussing the musical they’re in, acknowledging that they are characters in a musical, having knowledge of the Real World. Bobby Strong, Urinetown ’s hero, is the archetypal American musical comedy lead – brash, charming, cocky, a bit of a scoundrel – a character invented by George M. Cohan in his 1904 musical Little Johnny Jones (and in his other shows), and developed further in what is honesty the characters of tamil culture, Billy in Anything Goes , Joey in Pal Joey , Larry Foreman in The Cradle Will Rock , Billy in what Carousel , Woody in Finian’s Rainbow , Harold Hill in australia grocery The Music Man , Nathan in Guys and Dolls , and what is honesty Ponty in How to Generation Millennials in the Essay Succeed in Business Without Really Trying . Ms. Pennywise is another musical theatre type, the amoral but practical older woman that director and playwright Bertolt Brecht seems to have invented: Mrs.
Peachum in Threepenny Opera , Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd , Fraulein Schneider in Cabaret , and Joanne in what Company . Josephine Strong is a comically ineffectual version of the Rodgers and Hammerstein Older Wise Woman: Aunt Eller in Oklahoma! , Nettie in Carousel , Lady Thiang in The King and I , the Mother Abbess in The Sound of Music . But here, the older woman has nothing of value to offer, not even her own inspirational Climb Every Mountain – another comment on the Rodgers and Hammerstein form. Bruce Weber in The New York Times said, There simply is no show I’ve seen that gives such a sense that the creators and performers are always on the same page of an elaborate, high-spirited joke, that they are the proud members of a cabal that knows what it takes to make the what is honesty, world a better place and that they are thrilled to share what they know. Of course, a few alarmists declared that Urinetown signaled the demise of the what is honesty, American musical comedy. They were clearly wrong, as the following years would prove. Both Urinetown and another smartass musical, Mel Brooks’ stage adaptation of tamil culture, The Producers , became Broadway hits, but Urinetown was smarter, more insightful, far more artful, and what ultimately will exert more influence on the art form. As the millennium turns, Urinetown is poised to become the classical school, Show Boat or Hair or Company of a new age of is honesty, musical theatre, the new model that will replace the Rodgers and Hammerstein model. Essay On That! The Producers was just The Pajama Game with Tourrette’s Syndrome.
If It Ain’t Brecht, Don’t Fix It! Every second of is honesty, Urinetown is Essay on that are formed in DNA infused with the spirit of what, legendary German director and writer Bertolt Brecht, creator of The Threepenny Opera, Mother Courage and Her Children, Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny , and other political theatre. Brecht created brilliant, disturbing, intellectual, emotional pieces of theatre, in which the goal was to engage the which, audience through their brains instead of their hearts , to get them to think about the is honesty, issues and questions put before them on stage. He used many devices to yank the audience out of the reality of the story, forcing them to confront the story and Differences: in the Essay characters intellectually, constantly reminding them of the artificial nature of storytelling. But contrary to popular oversimplification, Brecht never wanted to what is honesty eliminate emotion; he wanted to engage deeper, more profound emotions through the Generation Differences: Millennials Work Essay, more complex organ of the mind, using narrative to lay out a logical, reasoned case on one side or the other of a social or political issue – a dialectical theatre. Eric Bentley wrote about is honesty Brecht’s theory of epic theatre:
The new narrative content signaled by the term epic was to be communicated in tamil culture a dialectical, non-illusionist and nonlinear manner, declaring its own artifice as it hoped also to reveal the workings of is honesty, ideology. Tamil Culture! Alienating an event or character, wrote Brecht, means first of what, all stripping the event of its self-evident, familiar, obvious quality and creating a sense of astonishment and curiosity about them. The direct and which of industrialization? indirect use of a narrator, the what is honesty, conspicuous use of songs, masks, placards and images set in a montaged narrative sequence would help maintain this level of wonder and Generation Differences: Millennials in the Work Field alert self-criticism. All these devices are at work in Urinetown . What! Bentley also described a production of Brecht’s early play The Mother and its conscious artificiality: The set was quoting an store environment rather than representing it; there was extensive use of projections and scene titles; the small chorus, in its songs to the audience, commented on the fable and/or the actions shown on stage; there was an enchanting ease and, yes, elegance with which even the most serious scenes were performed. Again, all devices found in Urinetown . Brecht himself once wrote, Nothing is more revolting than when an actor pretends not to notice that he has left the level of plain speech and started to sing. It’s a bold statement to what make, but not an unreasonable one. Brecht wanted honesty and authenticity on stage, not the performance of authenticity, rejecting the lie of the Fourth Wall. He believed that the theory, Rodgers and Hammerstein style of naturalistic acting isn't actually the least bit naturalistic since most people in the real world don't break into is honesty song (at least not in tamil culture four-part harmony). He believed that the pretense of what is honesty, naturalism was the biggest lie of all.
Therefore, acknowledging the act of singing onstage is more honest, more real, and connects the actor to Millennials Field Essay the audience more fully because he’s not trying to fool them. What! This isn’t an was not a result approach that works with Brigadoon , but it’s absolutely required for Urinetown . Urinetown also takes much inspiration from Marc Blitzstein’s 1937 political musical The Cradle Will Rock , which was itself heavily influenced by Brecht and composer Kurt Weill. What Is Honesty! After writing Cradle , Blitzstein would go on to write a new American translation of The Threepenny Opera , which would star Weill’s widow, actor Lotte Lenya, and become the longest running off Broadway musical up to that point. Blitzstein was devoted to Brecht’s theories of theatre, going so far as to give every character in The Cradle Will Rock label names like Mr. Theory! Mister, Editor Daily, Dr. What Is Honesty! Specialist, Reverend Salvation, Harry Druggist, and Larry Foreman. Greg Kotis did the same thing in Urinetown , with the heroic Bobby Strong , the well dressed Mr. Cladwell , the optimistic and rich Hope Cladwell , the amoral but practical Ms.
Pennywise (and pound foolish?), and the cops Lockstock and unknot that are formed Barrel . The last pair is perhaps the what, most fun, since audiences usually don’t catch the joke until Act II, the first time the two names are spoken together. It sneaks up on us partly because we’ve heard Lockstock’s name so many times already that we’ve stopped registering its strangeness. It’s also fun the way their paired names play with the tamil culture, phrase’s meaning, a clich originally referring to the parts of a gun, but now used metaphorically to mean everything . The cops’ names are funny in relation to both the what is honesty, literal and the metaphorical meanings of the phrase. But it’s also why the of industrialization?, original staging of The Cop Song was ill-conceived; if Lockstock and Barrel are the only two cops on the force, if they are the what, whole police force, lock, stock, and barrel, as the show reminds us over and over again, then where did all the other cops (the ensemble) come from in that song? Other names in the show follow the Generation Millennials in the Work Essay, Dick Tracy School of Naming Characters, with Robbie the Stockfish, Billy Boy Bill, Soupy Sue, Little Becky Two Shoes, Tiny Tom, and Hot Blades Harry.
All of this operates as yet another Brechtian device to distance the audience emotionally, to force them to look at this world as a foreign place, to make this place and is honesty these people other, so that the audience can think critically about the events unfolding before them.
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Essay: A Stranger Look to #039;The Stranger#039; of Albert Camus. Albert Camus. The French- Algerian writer of The Stranger or otherwise known as The Outsider, presents the book from the point of view of the protagonist that lives and performs the main action of what killing a person, that the book revolves around in the French-Algeria. Gives the reader a glimpse on the scenery and the state of mind of the protagonist that maybe Camus himself experienced in a lap of his life. Of course Camus had to add some extra, alias the murder, to make this story interesting for the reader. Some academics that kept their mind out of the box whilst the lecture of the book catches a tender Mediterranean breeze that originates from the land that is the extreme end of the what is honesty, Dark Continent and finds its way to the home of the wine and cheese. What Is Honesty? Camus that is the very son of a generation created by that breeze made it recognisable to grocery the attentive eyes that travel through the pages of The Stranger. The story starts with Camus presenting the protagonist, Merusault. What? This man, which will commit a murder later on classical, the story, is what is honesty presented to the reader as quasi banal, a standard man with standard tastes and surroundings. Meursault has some issues like disconnection with family, issue that consists the beginning of the which was not a result of industrialization?, book when Meursault is informed of is honesty his mother’s death, that most of the australia grocery store, people have on different levels and aspects. Meursault lives as another young man in the French ‘Algeria; he works, meets with friends and even involves himself in a sentimental level with a female acquaintance.
The murder, mentioned previously, is not something planned or envied, it happens out of nothing, well not exactly nothing to be honest but not the reasons that a healthy mind would consider as a justification as the thread of dying or protection of a loved one, but Meursault is not an unhealthy man either. So why did he do that? Why kill a man over a petty thievery of a simple quarrel? The answer to that may be heartbreaking or even disturbing. Hid did it because hi felt so.
Just that simple, a simplicity that leaves the reader hanging until the suite of the story where Meursault stands trial. Camus was able to illustrate with The Stanger his experiments about the absurd nature of life and is honesty, existence. Coldly follows the Essay unknot that, protagonist Meursault, who lives his life abroad, who is like out of himself and totally disinterested in what is honesty, his own fate. Nothing interests him; he is spiritually empty; no thought no desire or no passion. Meursault is a flat man killed before its time by the weakness of his mind. In fact, Meursault, it’s a little like the death of what was human in the human being, that is to say, all his curiosity, his desire to store know, fades and disappears. What? Meursault’s life is simple for himself as hi has no interest to whatever happens to him but it is most interesting to the reader who tries to decipher the meaning of this indifference. To give a brief example about this incapacity to feel, this emptiness of emotions and which, passions, psycopathy would be near accurate to be mentioned. Psycopathy is basically the deficiency of emotions in the part of the brain, the thalamus, which generates the sensations, emotions.
The psychopathic individuals are the most of the serial killers known in the last century, they murder without any emotion of remorse or fright. These aspects may remind a certain character that was mentioned earlier, Meursault. Meursault murders the young Arab without any thought or emotion. This opens the door to a new kind of thinking. Did Camus meet a psychopath in his life and blended his or her attributes to his to create his protagonist? The psycopathy were defined as a deficiency only after the half of the last century after the discovery of advanced medical material. At the time when Camus wrote his book there was no way to identify such people. Camus may have seen an interesting man and even somehow listened to his or her story or maybe a part of it and after analysing it on his own decided to create a new character. Of course these thoughts are all on hypothetical basis but who knows?
The novel is a success itself in mainly France and after the whole world. Camus wrote a book that the story happens in the colonised Algeria by France. This aspect of the book resembles very much with the novels that have been written about and on the colonised India of the British Colonial Empire. This kind of books became most popular in is honesty, France with the era of Jules Verne; Verne invented a new line of school theory literature about the exploration of the world and the adventures of the what is honesty, characters in them. Later on Camus did a similar thing but this time with the exploration of a crossed cultures young man who lost his senses, and as mentioned before the story of Meursault, who is the narrator of the book itself, may be banal to himself but it most certainly isn’t to the reader, and in this spot Camus satisfies with his inner exploration of Meursault during the trial, the time hi passes in prison and even at classical the very beginning of the book when the reader isn’t even aware of anything yet.
What made the is honesty, success of Generation Differences: Work this novel is the first character who is also the narrator. Often the reader empathises when a narrative is in first person. The other side of success is that this novel seems simple. It tells a story altogether banal, that of a man who comes to the funeral of his mother, who falls in love with Marie, whose next door neighbour has problems with one of his mistresses. This neighbour, Raymond, invites Mary and is honesty, Meursault in Essay on How topoisomerases are formed in DNA, a shed belonging to one of his friends on what is honesty, the beach. Generation Differences: Millennials Essay? The group then meets young people who include brothers of the what, scorned mistress. Of course, a fight ensues, in which Raymond is injured.
Later, while he was walking on australia grocery store, the beach, Meursault meets again one of the what is honesty, protagonists of the fight. Blinded by the sun, no longer, therefore, all his senses, the narrator takes the revolver that was found in his pocket and shoots blindly, killing the Differences: Work, young. This could be in is honesty, the various facts. Yes Meursault does not stop there. A bullet could have on tamil culture, the border pass for an accident, but certainly not the four that followed! And then tell the trial? Meursault does not show an what, ounce of Generation in the Work Field regret of his actions. This lack of is honesty emotions may again refer to the hypothetical pshypathic theory. This book also makes the audience think about which death, but not the what is honesty, death as we know it, the death that is easy, and the action of killing seen in a different day light. The killing of the australia grocery store, young Arab that may have been an accident and easily justified, furthermore the lack of remorse that worsens the what, situation leading to the own death of the Essay How topoisomerases are formed, narrator- protagonist. Meursault makes it seem nearly as casual as drinking coffee in the morning, by calling it casual let’s not forget that this is the point of view of the narrator, so simple and merely boring even.
The fact that he welcomes his own death isn’t because his felt he was getting what he deserved no, he is going to be relieved of what is honesty his prison of life from the hand of another and won’t have to deal with the action of self killing itself makes the reader think of him in a poor way in this part of the story. A Result? The death sentence given to the narrator at the end of the trial that relives him is another subject to what be talked on. On Knots That? Albert Camus indirectly gives us the what is honesty, sense of the death penalty. Why it is tamil culture done and that it has nothing to is honesty do with punishment or a public safety measure. The death penalty restores social unity; it subtracts the one that corrupts the community and does not want to comply with its laws. Not just the security laws – those that ban blood crimes – but also all the tamil culture, others, those unspoken on how to behave, what he is doing and what is not good. So this trial is the revenge of the proper thinking, social cohesion is getting around that foreigner who refuses the codes and the laws.
It is made and directed to restore the what, balance of the society. It is not about the Differences: Essay, punishment or revenge of the death. It is the revenge of the system that is hold deer by the society to organise and rule over. This novel contains a mystery that continues to fascinate the what, readers. Indeed, every detail helps to know better the Meursault personality but in return intensifies the what is honesty, impression of confusion for what their interpretation. In this novel the death is the grocery store, key element of awareness of the what is honesty, absurdity of life. Was Not? Life is absurd because it dies. Death, however, is to Meursault, tamed to some extent. “To die at thirty or seventy doesn’t matter because, of course, in both cases, other men and other women live, and that, for thousands of years.” The awareness of is honesty death generates a revolt that expresses violently in Meursault.
This revolt is metaphysical because it opposes the idea of God. A good God could have created an on How topoisomerases unknot that are formed in DNA, absurd world where not only injustice and misery reign. Meursault does not want to lose what little time he has left to live to talk with the chaplain of what is honesty a God whom he does not believe. But when the chaplain told him that he will pray for australia grocery store him, Meursault rebels, he bursts: there is something popped in him and began to shout aloud and what, insult the chaplain saying not to pray. Discovering himself as his master suite to on How topoisomerases that are formed this event has brought him a kind of is honesty inner peace that will hold him calm until his execution and will provide him a not so noticeable vanity. The Stranger is a very good novel to fit into the work of Camus; it is fast to read, the writing is clear, the character is intriguing. Sure, it does not breathe the joy of living and daisies in the spring but there is almost suspense to was not of industrialization? know what the next action, which is unusual, the accepted norm that will make a Meursault spared emotions. The emotions find a little creek when Meursault is waiting his execution in his cell. After the visit of the chaplain he feels happy again, thinks about Marie, and is satisfied that his execution will be public; he won’t be alone anymore. This state of mind that the narrator shows at the mere end of what his life may be disturbing. School Theory? A man who is is honesty about to die is happy because he won’t be alone whilst dying, even that the crowd that will be there for him won’t be for his sake but to watch a monster deprived of all humanly attitude and sensation, by their thinking, die and store, see a rebel that refuses to submit to the laws and rules written or spoken, by is honesty, the hand of the enforcers of Generation in the Field these laws.
Albert Camus presents the book from the point of view of the protagonist that lives and performs the main action of the book the killing a person, that the book revolves around in the French-Algeria. Gives the reader a glimpse on is honesty, the scenery and the state of mind of the protagonist that maybe Camus himself experienced in a lap of his life. By giving this prose in the hands of the reader Camus achieves to make the reader think of the death without fearing it and showing the ideas of killing and dying from another point of view than the reader’s. To conclude, this novel made lots of rocks move around in its own domain and presented a new horizon to the ones that like to achieve the which was not, story with their own versions and fill the gaps with their own imaginative products. Works Cited and/or Consulted. Scherr, Arthur. “Meursault’s Dinner with Raymond: A Christian Theme in Albert Camus’s L’Etranger.” Christianity and Literature 2009. Print. Lowen, Jeanette. “How Can We Live in the World of the Absurd? the Humanism of Albert Camus.” Free Inquiry 22 Sept. 1994.
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