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Peter & the Wolf (2006)

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Directed by Suzie Templeton. An animated retelling set to Prokofiev's suite. Peter is a slight lad, solitary, locked out of the woods by his protective grandfather, his only friend a duck. In town, he's bullied. When a wolf menaces the duck - as well as grandfather's fat cat and an ill-flying bird that Peter has befriended - Peter bravely tries to tree the wolf. Grandfather, the townspeople, and the hunters who have ...
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Childrens books

This shows how a kid cries for help and the towns people unite to help the little boy hunt for the wolves and protect the herd. The

boy cries to the towns peolple two many times so when the pack of wolves finally do attack the herd the towns people are not united because Peter creid wolf to many times.

 

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'Of Mice and Men' Review

'Of Mice and Men' Review | Pat Savard Archetypes Project | Scoop.it
John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men is a touching tale of the friendship between two very different men--set against the backdrop of the United States during the depression of the 1930s. Read more about Of Mice and Men, in this review from James Topham.
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Lennie had troubles and was helped by his friend george as they eworked hard together to be able to own their own farm. When they met Curley their dream was getting closer, however Lennie had killed Culey wife, so Curley got a mob together to hunt Lennie down. George found Lennie in a clearing and had him retell the story and dream they had, during his story George shot him in the back of the head to spare him the pain of the mob finding him and tuturing him,

 

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After reading the this review on the novel 'Of Mice and Men', do the events of the story only apply to this particular place and time or can the novel be thought of as being universally relatable?

 

What is John Steinbeck saying about dreams and do you think the overall message is positive or negative?

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Winchester Power Max Bonded TV Commercial

Winchester Power Max Bonded TV Commercial | Pat Savard Archetypes Project | Scoop.it
Make the weekend count with Winchester Power Max Bonded amunition.
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Tv Commercial

 Winchester message is sugesting that thier ammunition is the top of the line.

Hunting groups which choose this product have a better chance of bring their target down during white tail hunting.

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Backwoods Lyrics-Justin Moore - YouTube

I love Justin Moore!!!No Copyrights intended!!
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The song talks about hunting (rifle inn rack hanging in the glass)  and being in the backwoods and how you work hard for the dollar and to get it done right so you can play

Meaning of jumping in the river in a tire tube- "enjoy the simple things of life" this is simular to a hunter enjoying hunting as adventure with friends.

Reality people go hunting for food to survive, this song tells you "work hard, play hard live hard"

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Of Mice and Men: A Companionship Essay

Of Mice and Men: A Companionship Essay | Pat Savard Archetypes Project | Scoop.it
The mutual relationship between George and Lennie is a genuine friendship between two very different men.
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Criticism

This talks about the weakness in Lennie makes George become more responsible. It makes George having to make a decission in the end in oredr to help his friend he had to kill him to prevent the mob from killing him.

George spared Lennie the brutality of the linch mop and allowed his friend to have his last minutes to be of the dream he had owning his own ranch.

 

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'Duck Dynasty' and the Hyper-Masculine Redneck Reality Show

'Duck Dynasty' and the Hyper-Masculine Redneck Reality Show | Pat Savard Archetypes Project | Scoop.it
The men of A&E’s wildly popular reality show “Duck Dynasty” catch squirrels with their bare
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Duck Dynasty represents my archetype by having unity commrodity and survival when hunting in a group. Visually they all look alike by wearing camouflage even though they all are unique individuals and have some small difference in their apparal appearance (one wears a band around his head etc.).  

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