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John Carpenter's The Thing is both a remake of Howard Hawks' 1951 film of the same name and a re-adaptation of the John W. Campbell Jr. story

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Thing Language By: Jack Spicer
Literary Devices
what literary devices are used in this poem?
Historical Times of 1965
In the middle of the Vietnam War (1954-1975)
Many Anti-War protests ocurred
Feb 1st: Dr.

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So you sprint from fire to fire, praying you haven’t forgotten anything, sapped of anything like creativity or even the basic human flexibility to adapt your own schedule to the needs of your friends, your family or yourself. Your “stuff” has taken over your brain like a virus now, dragging down every process it touches and rendering you spent and virtually useless. Sound familiar?

 

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Also built-in to the system are an ongoing series of reviews, in which you periodically re-examine your now-organized stuff from various levels of granularity to make sure your vertical focus (individual projects and their tasks) is working in concert with your horizontal focus (side to side scanning of all incoming channels for new stuff). It’s actually sort of fun and oddly satisfying.

The Ethicurean: Chew the right thing

So, basically, you make your stuff into real, actionable items or things you can just get rid of. Everything you keep has a clear reason for being in your life at any given moment—both now and well into the future. This gives you an amazing kind of confidence that a) nothing gets lost and b) you always understand what’s on or off your plate.

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Thing is: GTD has attracted a huge audience of PC users—one suspects in part because David Allen an Outlook plug-in for Windows. But I’ve had a difficult time finding many deep resources on how to do GTD on a Mac. So I really do want to look at how things like , , , , and the almighty shell script can make this easier for all my Apple sisters and brothers. Deal.

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Worst off, we’re too neurotic to stop thinking about it, and we certainly don’t have time to actually do everything in one day. Jeez Louise, what the hell am I, Superman?

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those of religious honor
groundless:
"argues that meaning is indeterminate, denying a final or preferred interpretation"
without reason, justification, or rational basis
no reference beyond themselves
"Postmodernism largely overlooks how reality constrains actions, language and art"
formlessness
:
mixed genres
"avoids the shaping power of " literary devices
unorganized
populism
:
keep away from serious and responsible themes/ideas, and go for more playful and unreasonable themes/ideas
all matter being equally relative
reject "high-class or elitist" literary devices
promulgate diversity
seeks to speak to the audience directly (audience participation)
in my opinion
Personification and Hyperbole
Personification
:
"does not mean to be listened to"
"It pounds the shore"
Hyperbole
:
"tougher than anything"
"no one listens to poetry"
Repetition and Alliteration
Repetition
:
"no one listens to poetry"
in the 3rd and last two lines
Alliteration
:
"bread and butter"
Imagery and Iambic Pentameter
Imagery
:
"A drop or crash of water"

Iambic Pentameter
:
"does
not
mean
to
be
list
ened
to
a
drop
"
Enjambment
the continuation of a sentence without a pause beyond the end of a line, couplet or stanza.
ex:
"the ocean does not mean to be listened to"
"a drop or crash of water"
"it is bread and butter"
and many more.....
Metaphors

this whole poem could be comparing the ocean with poetry
"No one listens
to poetry
.