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Braveheart

Author: Randall Wallace
Publisher: Penguin Longman
ISBN: 9781405881777
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Contemporary/ British English 'Sons of Scotland! You have come here to fight as free men. If you fight, perhaps you'll die. If you run, you may live for a time. But at what cost?' Braveheart is the story of William Wallace, who gave hope to Scottish people in their fight to be free.

Braveheart Con Cd Audio Per Le Scuole Superiori

Author: Randall Wallace
Publisher: Penguin Longman
ISBN: 9781405878906
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The true story of the Scottish hero, William Wallace, and his desperate battle for the liberty of Scotland was captured in the film Braveheart. The story is presented in a reader, drawing upon the phenomenal success of the film.

Braveheart

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Braveheart is the true story of William Wallace, who led the Scottish people to fight for the country they loved.

Living The Braveheart Life

Author: Randall Wallace
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 0718030842
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“Every man dies. Not every man really lives.” —William Wallace, Braveheart More than twenty years ago Braveheart captured the hearts of moviegoers around the world. The film was nominated for ten Academy Awards, winning five. Now, for the first time, author and screenwriter Randall Wallace shares the journey that led him to the famous Scottish warrior and how telling the story of William Wallace changed the direction of his life and career—from that surprising first moment in Edinburgh, Scotland, to selling the script to a major Hollywood studio. Part autobiography, part master class, Living the Braveheart Life invites us to explore five major archetypes in Braveheart that resonate not only in Randall’s life but in the modern-day lives of both men and women: the Father, Teacher, Warrior, Sage, and Outlaw. Join blockbuster film director Randall Wallace on the journey of his creative and personal life. Discover why thousands of moviegoers continue to say Braveheart is their all-time favorite film and how its creator and architect came to believe that he must write as if his life depended on it. Living the Braveheart Life is a challenge to all of us to engage in the greatest battle of all—the one inside the human heart. “I don’t think I’ve ever read anything like it . . . a prescription for what ails the contemporary soul.” —Steven Pressfield, screenwriter & author of ­The War of Art Front Flap During his prolific Hollywood career, Randall Wallace has amassed an enviable body of work. Films such as The Man in the Iron Mask, We Were Soldiers, and Secretariat have become box office standards. Yet no film defines his life and career more than Braveheart, written from a well of deep personal passion, steeped in years of reflection. With roots in small-town Tennessee, Randall’s hunger for adventure and unlimited horizons leads him to Duke University. ­There he sits under the tutelage of Thomas A. Langford, whose infectious love and learning and faith light up a classroom and a young man’s vision of life’s possibilities. A decade later, while on a trip to Scotland, Randall is introduced to an unfamiliar statue with an inscription that bears his last name. After hearing the first fragments of the Scottish hero’s tale, Randall recognizes the seeds of a truly great story. His William Wallace and his band of warriors forever changed the way we view love, war, and freedom. Living the Braveheart Life is a personal narrative of how an epic feature film came to life and breathed life into its author. It is the kind of book that will change the way we approach our internal battles, creative or personal. Welcome to a master class in storytelling from the consummate storyteller.

Brigadoon Braveheart And The Scots

Author: Colin McArthur
Publisher: I.B.Tauris
ISBN: 9781860649271
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Recognising its problematic representation of 'Scotland', he nevertheless succumbs to Brigadoon's charm and artistry, but finds no such mitigating features in Braveheart. Tracing that film's appropriation by political, touristic and sporting figures, he argues that, far from being 'about' Scottish history, it is primarily 'about' Hollywood and its cinematic traditions. He looks at the way the film, given its narrative antecedents, necessarily distorts history, even providing a sinister appeal to the proto-fascist psyche."--Jacket.

Braveheart

Author: Randall Wallace
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ISBN: 9780140816211
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Robby Braveheart

Author: David Krewson
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1617391220
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Consumed with financial stresses that no high school freshman should have to endure, Robby Wilson makes a terrible decision in an effort to keep the bank from foreclosing on his family's home—he steals money from the church where his sister attends an after-school program. This fateful choice plagues Robby with guilt for months and sets off a chain of events that changes his family members' lives, including those of his out-of-work father and his mother, who has to work two jobs to keep the family sheltered and fed. With the help of the very people he stole from, Robby is finally able to come to grips with his wrongdoing and find peace in an environment neither he nor his father, who harbors anger toward the church because of an oppressive experience as a child, ever knew existed. Filled with heartache, compassion, and a touch of humor, Robby Braveheart is an inspiring novel that portrays ways in which God accomplishes extraordinary things through ordinary people.

The Representation Of Nationality In Braveheart And Trainspotting

Author: Christian Mossmann
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3638391000
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Braveheart and Trainspotting, both set in Scotland, hit the big screen in 1995. The first was an American award-winning big-budget epic movie that featured an Australian as a Scottish National Hero and was filmed in Ireland. The latter, a Scottish production and the most successful British film of the year, was a comparatively low-budget production, completely financed by Channel four. Both share in common the fact that they reached a huge audience world-wide, which may have been highly influenced by the films’ depictions of Scotland 1. As the American cinema market is the most important for domestic films, the way in which Scotland is presented in Braveheart is consciously chosen to primarily please the expectation of the American audience in the first place but also the moviegoers of Europe and the rest of the world. Trainspotting was primarily aimed at a British audience although an international success was naturally hoped for. In this essay I will analyse the ways in which nationality in the two films is represented. First I will deal with Braveheart and examine the application of Tartanry images in the representation of Scotland. Consequently, I will argue that the depiction of the Scots is divided by class lines, with Robert the Bruce as a special case. In addition, I will evaluate the representation of the English as well as the Irish and the French nation. In the second part of the essay I will concentrate on Trainspotting and its debunking of the stereotypical Highland-iconography. An analysis of the use of local culture in the film is followed by a closer look at how the film undermines the discourse of Tartanry and the issue of national pride. 1 When asked in a survey to name one image which best sums up Scotland, 16% of people in Bangladesh chose Braveheart. Other main associations were kilts, whisky, bagpipes and highlands/mountains (cf. McLoone 2001: 187).

Braveheart

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A medieval epic set in 13th Century Scotland, Braveheart follows the legendary story of Sir William Wallace, a Scottish highlander who rallies the clans against the tyrannical Edward I. After the brutal slaying of his young bride by the occupying English, Wallace seeks revenge. Starving and outnumbered, the patriots of Scotland unite to form an army of warriors and capture the spirit of freedom for Scotland forever.

Braveheart Volume 1 Hearts

Author: Vanessa Lee
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1329037626
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Between these pages you will find a combination of pain, happiness and growth. Having a "Brave Heart" is essential.