American Culture

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American History

 

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Alfred C

 

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January 2, 2014

 

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University

 

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This was observed while watching Tombstone and when reading West of Everything. While watching Tombstone I noticed that the movie was really a battle between good and evil with Wyatt Earp and his crew being good and the old red-ragged cowboys being the evil. As stated above in Tompkins' Introduction she states that, "the west functions as a symbol of freedom, and the opportunity for conquest" (Tompkins 4)...
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This is not only applied to Wyatt Earp and his gang but also applies to our history of American Culture. First I want to analyze the first part of that quote, "the west functions as a symbol of freedom?" and the significance it has on American Culture. I've grown up watching westerns with my Grandfather...
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