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Students praising their teacher

“DEAD POET Society” is a story about a poetry teacher who inspires his students to seize the day (Carpe Diem) and how students apply it to their lives.

In one of his classes, John Keating (Robin Williams) asks his students, “Language was developed for one endeavour, and that is?” to which a student answers, “to communicate” but Keating rebukes him and replies, “No! To woo women.” This is one of Keating’s unconventional ideas. On his first session of the semester, he tells his students to rip off the textbook’s introduction, which says that poetry can be judge through a scale. I would love to sit in one of Keating’s classes, his one of those teachers who thinks beyond the books.

Even though he started his career being a stand-up comedian and was known for that genre, Williams shows that he can do drama and can juggle both. He funnily mimics Shakespeare plays and later cries when a tragedy strikes, showing that he is still vincible. (more…)

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the five people you meet in heaven.I don’t know if I would feel sorry or happy when Eddie died. He was a soldier. He was a maintenance worker. He neither led a good way life or a miserable one. He went to heaven and met five people. These persons explained something about his life that needed clarification and recognition. The book had really no deep conflict. But the reason that I turned its pages was the curiosity of who would he meet and what lesson would he learn.

I liked the author’s idea of heaven, though I beg to differ that mine is still better. In the book, you can choose any place to be heaven. You can look younger or older as you please. You can also watch memories back and forth. When you arrived you can’t talk for the purpose that you should first listen.

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