kalyraman

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    The Universal Appeal of The Sound of Music

    Fifty years after its release, The Sound of Music remains one of the most beloved musicals, its appeal ranging across all ages and generations. What are the sources of its magic?

    • Would be interesting to explore the misogynistic undertones as part of the appeal. – Mrainey 5 years ago
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    Agreed! Those are thoughtful words, Michael.

    The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: Analysing its Racial Context and Reception

    In Twain’s time, the word “nigger” did not have the same emotional content that it does today. It makes no sense to see racist implications in his usage of a word that was acceptable in his day.

    The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: Analysing its Racial Context and Reception

    Insightful article with a fresh perspective on sacrifice as a trade-off.

    Sherlock Holmes: To "Kill Off", or Not to "Kill Off"

    Heroes and anti heroes in comics are the contemporary equivalent of the age old battle between Good and Evil.

    Anti-Heroes and the Appeal They Have in Comics

    Harry Potter’s work truly transcends all ages and generations because she deals with universal human qualities.

    Why Harry Potter Appeals to Adults as Well as Younger Audiences