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The Representation of Violence in American Culture

A 5 page paper which discusses the representation of violence in American culture in relationship to literature, the movies, and real events. The movie discussed is Die Hard. The book discussed is Misery. And the real event illustrated is the story involving Jeffry Dahmer. The argument is that often what we see in the movies, and read about in novels, is far more evil and violent than what we see in real life, here in America. No additional sources cited.

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