Dead Poets Society Essay | Essay

N.H. Kleinbaum
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Review of "Dead Poets Society"

Summary: A review of "Dead Poets Society," a film about a boys' school teacher who enthusiastically encourages his students to "seize the day" and get the most possible from each day of their lives.
Carpe Diem, Latin for "seize the day," is a theme that is widely displayed throughout the film Dead Poets Society. "Suck the marrow out of life" is a powerful quote that Mr. Keating uses a few times during the movie. Mr. Keating uses this quote to encourage his students never to waste a day. He wants his student to seize every possible moment that the day has to offer. Mr. Keating isn't your average by the book teacher. He interacts with the students and wants to inform them on life through experience. Mr. Keating wants the boys to brake away from their mirror image that their families expect them to follow, and to follow their own dreams. He is trying to teach the boys to live life to its fullest and beware of the decisions you make, because at times there is no going back. Through out the...

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