The novel is a story of how a woman named Aomame begins to notice strange changes occurring in the world. She is quickly enraptured in a plot involving Sakigake, a religious cult, her childhood love, Tengo, and embarks on a journey to discover what is "real". Its first printing sold out on the day it was released and sales reached a million within a month.
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Describing my recent trip to Japan and exploring the culture of the Land of the Rising Sun. Why is your food so delicious? Every country has its dark side.
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The first videos before the debut of webseries Extra Credits were released on YouTube by the series' co-creator Daniel Floyd. The show was then picked up by The Escapist for the first 54 episodes before a contractual dispute forced the show to leave and be picked up by PATV. Technical limitations with PATV's site forced the official episodes to be categorized in seasons of 26 episodes each since the move.
Dramatic themes often include current issues, societal ills, and problems, concerns or injustices, such as racial prejudice, religious intolerance such as anti-Semitismdrug addiction, poverty, political unrest, the corruption of power, alcoholism, class divisions, sexual inequality, mental illness, corrupt societal institutions, violence toward women or other explosive issues of the times. These films have successfully drawn attention to the issues by taking advantage of the topical interest of the subject. Social dramas or "message films" expressed powerful lessons, such as the harsh conditions of Southern prison systems in Hell's Highway and I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gangthe plight of wandering groups of young boys on freight cars during the Depression in William Wellman's Wild Boys of the Roador the lawlessness of mob rule in Fritz Lang's Furyor the resourcefulness of lifer prisoner and bird expert Robert Stroud Burt Lancaster in John Frankenheimer's Birdman of Alcatrazor the tale of a framed, unjustly imprisoned journalist James Cagney in Each Dawn I Die