Dead Poets Society Essay | Essay

N.H. Kleinbaum
This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of "The Dead Poets' Society".
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"The Dead Poets' Society" - Life Lessons

Summary: This essay deals with the life lessons presented in the movie "The Dead Poets' Society."
As we travel through life we have the opportunity to make many decisions and choices on our own, and through the experiences that result from these choices we learn many valuable life lessons. As we go through life and mature, we take knowledge from everything we do and we change our lives with this new knowledge. The movie The Dead Poet's Society conveys many valuable life lessons, such as the point that we must always look at life in a different light, and never take anything for granted. We have to learn to think for ourselves, to behave how we wish. We also must "seize the day" - never let an opportunity pass us by. This movie also shows us the importance of poetry in our lives, and that it teaches us to think for ourselves and develop our own character. Throughout the movie Mr. Keating encourages his...

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