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English Extension 1 - Navigating the Global Essay

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Essay on responses to the development of a global culture using Denise Levertov’s poems What Were They Like and The Sun Going Down Upon Our Wrath, Sofia Coppola’s film Lost in Translation, Alistair Macleod’s short story The Boat, and Annie Proulx’s novel The Shipping News.

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Write an essay in which you discuss how composers of texts investigate the tensions caused by the creation of a global culture. From Americanisation and Western colonialism to cultural hybridisation and changing traditional values, the development of a global culture from the late 20th to early 21st century has engendered a variety of perspectives towards globalisation as individuals and communities react differently to the changing circumstances of an increasingly interconnected world. In Denise Levertov’s poems What Were They Like and The Sun Going Down Upon Our Wrath, Sofia Coppola’s film Lost in Translation, Alistair Macleod’s short story The Boat, and Annie Proulx’s novel The Shipping News , composers investigates the rising tensions caused by the creation a global culture relative to the political, hi...
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