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    Krampus: The Mystery of Horror Movies Released During the Holidays

    Analyze the incongruity of releasing scary movies during happy holidays

    • You could also include those terrible snowmen monster ones. Shudder. – Tatijana 4 years ago
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    • Quick thought, I suppose.I think it's not really about incongruity but more so about contrasting to compliment. I've served for many years and I suppose I could make an analogy here. It's why I would pair a sweeter, less dry wine with a saltier dish.Too much of one thing begs to differ.For the prior months leading up to Christmas, society bombards its individuals with tropes of over-saturated holiday bliss, planning, idyllic outcomes, and redundancy because, honestly, society has memorized the motions of the holidays. It is something that doesn't start the week before Christmas; it is a minimum month long process of planning and buying and earning and spending. It's a toil of contradiction, indoctrinated "altruistic" gifting with reception.But we know all of this. It is a well known contradiction but it is, after all, tradition.So at the end of Santa Claus Lane when the holidays are reaching fruition and you're throwing out your fruitcake, why not send them off with a little contrast that symbolically reflects the frustrations and contradictions within our holiday traditions. – JiveTurkey 4 years ago
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    The inconvenient reality of society depicted with great finesse. I look forward to reading ‘To Set a Watchman’.

    To Kill a Mockingbird: Discrimination Against Race, Gender, and Class

    It’s been quite some time since I last read this novel. Well written essay and great job in refreshing my memory. The perfect ‘independent woman’ blueprint!

    The Awakening: Where does the dream lie in Marriage, or Lust, or Freedom?