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    2. Quarantine means place of isolation in which people or animals that have arrived from elsewhere or been exposed to infectious or contagious disease are placed.

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    2. It means to cut something off (isolate it) from everything else

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    2. It means the same thing. But using 'had' just emphasises that it is in the past.

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    2. Almost perfect. Its a complex sentence, so there are a couple of nuances that would make the sentence perfect. "I would like to inform you that my dogs can take the pre-export inspection, 14 days before the departure date. The Japanese Quarantine extended the term for me because of the distance from NC to NY." Other than those small things, it's great. Good job!

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    2. Yes, it is correct.

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    2. MY CORRECTION: : A masterpiece of Umberto Echo, praised as a classic work of European literature of the 20th century. It certainly seems like the book of a man who has all the knowledge in the world. So much semiological knowledge and reference from medieval books in it have made people drop the book before they pass the first chapter. Some people say that the book is metaphorical of a failed communist society, and some say it’s a criticism of medieval times when blind beliefs reigned across the continent. Well, it might be viewed as a criticism of blind belief, but as Eco revealed himself in his late works, he is the man who fell in love with the middle ages. It isn’t likely that Eco intended criticize the medieval times. Although we cannot completely understand this classic with a vast range of knowledge through only one lens, I personally prefer to analyze Foucault’s point of view as it offers a chance to look into covert coordination with power and knowledge. Foucault’s “The History of Discourse” says that what dictates history is not human rationality but collisions of different discourses. Discourse is a speech or piece of writing or saying about a particular subject made by an advocate for their cause. For example, Marxism discourse produces speech, writing, books, a thesis about Proletariat, Rank, Labor party, dominance, and sub-ordinance. Discourse draws the line between what we can and what we can’t. Discourse limits the boundary of thought by eliciting certain behavior or thought patterns from people. In the early 20th century United States, where Christianity was a dominant discourse of the society, AIDS was considered a punishment from God and it elicited certain actions from people, such as quarantine and isolation of AIDS victims. Discourse is power that rules members of society, defines what is normal and abnormal, and it produces universality. Let’s get back to the movie. The record of Adso of Melk, whose “hair is white now”, does not clarify the name of the monastery. It isn’t necessary to mobilize this and to figure out that the monastery is a huge metaphor of the medieval ages itself. The spirit of the time that runs this monastery is, needless to say, Christianity. The use of vertical angling and a smoky stake in the scene where William of Baskerville and Adso of Melk arrive in the monastery show Politic of Otherness made by Power and Authority. In the monastery, knowledge is not just knowledge. It’s a product that is made and allowed to be distributed by the power of a dominant discourse. Under the watch and ward of Jorge of Burgo, only authorized knowledge can approach monks, and the monks reproduce it by using technology, which are made trough cooperation, such as an education in the monastery, paper, and printing technology. Before printing and publishing became common, monasteries were of the few places that produced knowledge. Books that were translated and copied by the hand of monks were the newest and highest-level educational sources at that time. Other knowledge, some of the Ancient Greek and Islamic works that were not authorized by Christian discourse, were hidden deep in the tower by Jorge of Burgo. Like this, Power-Knowledge coordinations sometimes inhibit individual reasoning but sometimes reproduce knowledge, resulting in an ever-breaking chain reaction. Given that discourse is what dictates an era, the knowledge that is made in the era is not absolutely right. Therefore, unbiased and perfectly objective knowledge doesn’t exist. —— I wasn’t sure how Eco/Echo is supposed to be spelled. And as for some of the words that were randomly capitalized, I wasn’t sure if their capitalization was random or intentional. Therefore I’ll let you read over this and decide yourself what’s supposed to be capitalized and how Eco/Echo is properly spelled. I tried my best, I hope I was helpful!

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