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How do I like unusual methods of teaching?
Подготовила ПГУ им.Ломоносова Архангельск, 2005 г. he movie «Dead Poe s Socie y» is abou a i spira io al, i ellige , a d well-read E glish eacher, Kea i g, a d his s ude s a d abou he grea affec io s ude s had o his eacher a he e d of a course i poe ry. He augh hem wi h he help of such me hods as s a di g o heir desks, rippi g up some pages from heir books a d imi a i g Marlo Bra do a d Joh Way e declaimi g Shakespeare. Havi g read abou «Dead Poe s Socie y», a socie y of poe ry admirers ha was fou ded by Kea i g whe he was a u dergradua e s ude s were so impressed a d i spired ha made he same socie y. Of course Kea i g’s colleagues could ’ value such his behavior a d he brillia eacher was dismissed by he school admi is ra io . More over o e of his s ude s killed himself because of a co flic wi h his fa her who forbade him o go o s age a d i makes Kea i g he scapegoa for his suicide. o pro es his dismissal s ude s s ood o heir desks. I fou d he whole sce e u erly false, as he movie i self. I fel like I was was i g my ime duri g he movie, because I had see his ar ificial plo abou au hori aria older people a d good kids a hu dred imes before. here was o hi g ew for me, you g peers were full of euro ic complexes a d imagi ary problems a d Robi Williams played good a d ho es guy wi h he ki des eyes as usual. ha ’s why i ’s difficul for me o alk seriously abou u usual me hods of eachi g. Bu a yway of course i would be grea if a leas a half of he eachers were like his Mr. Kea i g i.e. u co ve io al a d ra her brave o resis he opi io of socie y. o be a frie d o he e ire class is very impor a oo bu o o e should forge abou sys em of se iori y o herwise pupils would ’ respec he eacher. A good eacher mus give a y s ude a say a d give a oppor u i y o express himself/herself. Ba gi g o abou some subjec is he wors way o wi s ude s’ favor a d u e hem o worki g mood. "Dead Poe s Socie y" is a collec io of pious pla i udes masqueradi g as a courageous s a d i favor of some hi g: doi g your ow hi g, I hi k. I 's abou a i spira io al, u co ve io al E glish eacher a d his s ude s a " he bes prep school i America" a d how he challe ges hem o ques io co ve io al views by such ech iques as s a di g o heir desks. I is, of course, i evi able ha he brillia eacher will eve ually be fired from he school, a d whe his s ude s s ood o heir desks o pro es his dismissal, I was so moved, I wa ed o hrow up. Pe er Weir's film makes much oise abou poe ry, a d here are brief quo a io s from e yso , Herrick, Whi ma a d eve Vachel Li dsay, as well as a brave excursio i o prose ha akes us as far as horeau's Walde . o e of hese wri ers are s udied, however, i a spiri ha would le d respec o heir la guage; hey're simply plu dered for sloga s o exor he s ude s oward more perso al freedom. A he e d of a grea eacher's course i poe ry, he s ude s would love poe ry; a he e d of his eacher's semes er, all hey really love is he eacher. he movie s ars Robi Williams as he mercurial Joh Kea i g, eacher of E glish a he exclusive Wel o Academy i Vermo . he performa ce is a delica e bala ci g ac be wee res rai a d sch ick.
For much of he ime, Williams does a good job of playi g a i ellige , quick-wi ed, well-read you g ma . Bu he here are sce es i which his s age perso a pu c ures he charac er - as whe he does impressio s of Marlo Bra do a d Joh Way e doi g Shakespeare. here is also a curious lack of dep h o his charac er compared wi h such o her grea movie eachers as Miss Jea Brodie a d Professor Ki gsfield. Kea i g is more of a plo device ha a huma bei g. he s ory is also old s uff, recycled ou of he ovel a d movie "A Separa e Peace" a d o her s ories i which he good die you g a d he old simmer i heir euro ic a d ha eful repressio s. he key co flic i he movie is be wee eil (Rober Sea Leo ard), a s ude who dreams of bei g a ac or, a d his fa her (Kur wood Smi h), who orders his so o become a doc or a d forbids him o go o s age. he fa her is a s ric , u yieldi g askmas er, a d he so , lacki g he will o defy him, kills himself. His dea h would have had a grea er impac for me if i had seemed like a spo a eous huma cry of despair, ra her ha like a me iculously wri e a d pho ographed se piece. O her eleme s i he movie also seem o have bee chose for heir place i he ar ificial jigsaw puzzle. A ee age roma ce be wee o e of he Wel o s ude s a d a local girl is give so li le scree ime, so arbi rarily, ha i seems like a dis rac io . A d I squirmed hrough he mee i gs of he "Dead Poe s Socie y," a self-co sciously bohemia group of s ude s who hold secre mee i gs i he dead of igh i a cave ear he campus. he socie y was fou ded by Kea i g whe he was a u dergradua e, bu i i s rei car a e form i ever ge era es a y se se of mys ery, rebellio or dari g. he socie y's mee i gs have bee badly wri e a d are drama ically shapeless, fea uri g a da ce li e o Li dsay's " he Co go" a d various a emp s o impress girls wi h ra dom li es of poe ry. he movie is se i 1959, bu o e of hese would-be bohemia s have heard of Kerouac, Gi sberg or i deed of he bea ik moveme . O e sce e i par icular i dica es he dis a ce be wee he movie's ma ipula ive i s i c s a d wha i claims o be abou . Whe Kea i g is bei g railroaded by he school admi is ra io (which makes him he scapegoa for his s ude 's suicide), o e of he s ude s ac s as a fi k a d ells he old fogies wha hey wa o hear. La er, co fro ed by his peers, he makes a ha eful speech of which o o e word is plausible excep as a awkward a emp o supply him wi h a villai 's dialogue. he o e of he o her boys hi s him i he jaw, o grea applause from he audie ce. he whole sce e is u erly false a d seems o exis o ly so ha he viole ce ca resolve a si ua io ha he scree play is o herwise u willi g o ha dle. "Dead Poe s Socie y" is o he wors of he cou less rece movies abou good kids a d hidebou d, au hori a ia older people. I may, however, be he mos shameless i i s a emp o pa der o a adolesce audie ce. he movie pays lip service o quali ies a d values ha , o he evide ce of he scree play i self, i is cheerfully willi g o aba do . If you are goi g o evoke He ry David horeau as he pa ro sai of your movie, he you had be er make a movie he would have admired.
Here is o e of my favori e se e ces from horeau's Walde , which I recomme d for serious s udy by he au hors of his film: " . . . i s ead of s udyi g how o make i wor h me 's while o buy my baske s, I s udied ra her how o avoid he ecessi y of selli g hem." hi k abou i .
Please?" He came close to her and standing over her, crouched the necessary degree and vigorously rubbed his cock back and forth across her tits. Doris had an orgasm. Just like that! She had sucked him off without any sign of one, but his touching her tits with his cock caused her to spasm violently and beautifully. "Oh… you wonderful boy, you," she murmured. "Boy, you sure make me feel crazy," he mumbled. "But you like to feel crazy in this way, don't you, Richard?" "Wow! I sure do, Mrs. Baker. Want me to stick it in your mouth again?" She looked up into his eyes. "I'd prefer you getting on top of me and fucking me, the way a grown-up man would do." He flushed. "I don't know how," he confessed. "I'll teach you." Doris was trembling with excitement. "You'll teach me to… do it to you?" Evidently, he found it difficult to say the four-letter word to a grown woman. "I'll teach you how to fuck a woman," she said bluntly, knowing this type of talk should set him up in fine style. "Wow," he cried. "I sure like to hear you say stuff like that." "Stuff like what, Richard?" she asked, wanting to induce him to speak more bluntly to her. "Stuff like what you just said." "All right
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