Billy Budd Essay | Dreams of Freedom

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Dreams of Freedom

Summary: Essay provides a comparison of different films, Articles of Confederation, and "Billy Budd" by Herman Melville.

Many say that the citizens make up the personality of a country and the United States had a distinct group of citizens that made up its personality. United States was one of the few colonies that didn't want status quo and saw to overturn that power. Along with that daring action however, one begin to ask if she was now the stranger in the body of politics. In comparing the film Purple Rose of Cairo and Billy Budd by Herman Melville one can have a concrete reality view of how it was to have a daring dream and how that dream ended up to be in the body of politics.

In the Purple Rose of Cairo, dreaming about freedom seems to be the central theme of the film. This movie within a movie shows one of the main characters, Tom Baxter once stepped off the screen, refuses...

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