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The film explores Londons illness, and takes viewers through several disturbing experiences, but does so without becoming unnecessarily vicious (Sneider, 2003).
In this essay the effective use of symbolism and realism in the movie will be examined. Dirty Pretty Things portrayal of life for immigrants in London is revealing in its depiction of inhumanity that happens in big cities in the real world. Yet it conveys this message using symbols and metaphors, without forcing the message on the viewers, but rather allowing events to speak loudly of the harsh reality. It raises significant social problems while presenting a wide range of interdisciplinary allusions along the way. Thus, the explanation for the film’s title is understood in a conversation between two characters. “The hotel business is about strangers," Sneaky said to Okwe, “They go to the hotel at night to do dirty things, and in the morning we make it all look pretty again.” (Manitowoc Public Library, 2008)
Symbolism can be defined as the utilization of non-direct articulation or a situation where the audience realizes that what the author is expressing and describing is possesses a “concealed or deeper meaning” (Todeschi, 1995). In The Encyclopedia of Symbolism (1995), Todeschi stresses that symbolism is utilized as an enhancement tool to emphasize the plot of a story. In books and movies, symbolism plays a bigger function in expressing the writer or director’s real meaning and emotions.
Many of the characters and objects in the Dirty Pretty Things are symbolic. When symbols or metaphors are present, people often assume complex literary plots or themes. However, in the movie, symbols are evident because of the obvious messages they communicate to the audience. For instance, when the character Okwe is called to clean a toilet in the hotel, he discovers a human heart in it. This is an appalling symbol and
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The study argues that statements of realism reflecting examples like “international anarchy is the permissive cause of war” are myths. The concept of myth has been given by Cynthia Weber where an IR myth is considered to be an “apparent truth, usually expressed as a slogan, that an IR theory or tradition relies upon in order to appear to be true”.
The intake of food therefore needs to be controlled. Now, while this can be regulated at the personal level, certain external stimuli can only be monitored and restrained through proper and suitable legislation. Food legislation comprise of the set of laws, which rein the processes of production, processing and retailing the food products.
The issue of migration has infiltrated the public discourse through literary examination as a textual dialogue provides context for the influence that migration has created within the creation of sociological settings and constructs. Through looking at the novel Small Island, the dialogue centers around colonization and the influences that the British Empire has had on the evolutions within outside cultures and the consequence of migration as the extension of citizenry provided opportunities in London.
Consequently, the narrative is been considered as a center of enigma in the contemporary literary imagination. Nonetheless, numerous critics have presented positive feedback concerning the influential and symbolic depiction of alienation realized via the unembroidered metaphor of a human being turning into an insect specifically the dung beetle.
In fact, despite his handwork, he still languishes in poverty; this is evident by sharing a room with Senay, who was a Turkish refugee working as a maid in a hotel (Rovi, 1). Moreover, this movie indicates that Okwe and Senay are illegal immigrants, who live in fear of deportation.
In summary, the seven habits are as follows;
Through Covey’s “Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teen” I learned how to take control of my own life by making choices and decisions that will make me better as a
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Exercise may help in reducing depression in a number of ways. A combination of exercise and other methods used to treat depression can be particularly effective in dealing with the issue of depression. This paper will discuss why exercise can be regarded