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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 557d ago | opinion piece

Games that Inspire; Games that Change

MTB: In perhaps his first true talking role, Charlie Chaplin spoke words that even today leave me shaken just to hear them. The English language can be a misshapen, amorphous thing that often seems built purely for utilitarian purposes; its words constantly shifting to meet the demands of their users. It’s with this clumsy tool and the work of 1940′s cinema that Chaplin has spoken to millions with a scathing warning about the darkness of the few and a message of hope for humanity. (Culture)

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