Dead Poets Society Essay | Essay

N.H. Kleinbaum
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Dead Poet's Society

Summary: This is a description of the movie Dead Poet's Society and how it is related to the field of education.
DEAD POETS SOCIETY

This movie is about an unconventional English professor named Mr. John Keating. He begins his first year at a prestigious prep school, Wellington Academy, by teaching his students Carpe Diem. Professor Keating's teaching style is anything, but "normal. The English students went back and looked at Keating's high school yearbook and saw that he was a member of the Dead Poets Society. After confronting Professor Keating about the society and finding out what it is, a group of his own students form their own Dead Poets Society.

Meanwhile one of Professor Keating's students, Neil Perry, is struggling to lead his life the way he feels he should. Mr. Perry has a very strict "all work and no play" type of father. After Perry attends Mr. Keating's class and takes Carpe Diem to heart, he decides that he would really enjoy acting. He tries out for...

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