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    Mall Gazette and the Daily Mail. Commercial journalism was a catalyst for the changing of news reporting in the Victorian era, where demand for newspapers increased to such an extent that by 1900 the Daily Mail had sold nearly 1 million copies, compared to The Times which only sold 40,000 in 1850. The 1870…

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    The Man That Went Unnoticed Going through the motions has never been so real. Within the story “The Vanishing American,” Mr. Minchell is going through his daily routine just like any other day; however, this night he is staying late at work to finish a tape. He says his goodbyes to his co workers, yet no one answered him. Mr. Minchell has begun his day in the life as a shadow. Mr. Minchell has vanished from the eyes of those around him. Today is his forty-seventh birthday. There are…

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    This bedroom is spacious compared to the one I remember from my childhood and light flows in and penetrates every corner of it. I could see my mother standing in front of the mirror that spanned the width of the wall in her bathroom where she washed her face. After she had rinsed and pat-dried her face with a plush towel, she took a dollop of creme from a jar she kept on a shelf above the sink and massaged it into her skin using gentle circular motions over her face, down her neck and across…

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    is through the reflections in the mirror. Although people associate mirrors with personal reflections, they are also used to capture different angles to provide extra awareness. Drivers use them to check blind-spots, and the dentist uses them to check the back of teeth. Woolf intends for her readers to use the looking glass in this way, to see Isabella’s life with added insight. Looking into the mirror contributes to Isabella’s characterization by providing an “accurate and so fixedly”…

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    Sylvia Path’s poem “Mirror” is about a woman maturing with time, and the mirror is the self-reflecting proof to her into finding the truth. She is faced with life’s inconsistencies and the mirror is the only thing to her that does not hide the truth, but actually reveals it to her, even though she may not want to face it. The second stanza portrays the mirror as a lake. The woman sees herself aging, and does not like what she sees. The overall representation of the poem is that the mirror only…

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    Brontë uses mirrors to reveal Jane’s reflection as separate from how Jane perceives herself in order to suggest that through her maturity, Jane has suppressed certain attributes in order to function within the confines of society. During Jane’s dream, Bertha is standing in front of the mirror. Jane sees “the reflection of visage and features quite distinctly in the dark” (327). Bertha’s features contrast the dark and, therefore, are light. Thus, Brontë implies that Jane wants Bertha’s…

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    at mirror and touch your face and pull your skin. I have been looking at myself in this small silver mirror, so much that I think it is a part of me. I sit in front of it in the powder room every day, gazing into a blank expression. I stare and see this woman, this woman who once held beauty and eyes full of mystery and secrets. But every single day it is fading, the beauty is fading, the eyes, which were once so full of emotion, are fading. I am becoming dull and lifeless, day by day. I…

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    Rumored to bring seven years of bad luck upon breaking, a mirror allows the reflection of oneself to be seen. In folklore, mirrors are believed to also show the soul of the person standing before it. Toni Morrison’s novel Song of Solomon illustrates this idea in an interesting way: feeling incohesive before a mirror represents a lack of identity. The protagonist, Milkman, gives himself an identity by taking a journey to find his past and becomes a cohesive individual. Milkman’s contemplation of…

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    Why is it young girls look in the mirror and cringe? Why do young girls even look in the mirror at all? Perhaps it is the need to feel pretty. They dive deep into the mirror looking for “pretty” traits. Small waist. Wide hips. Long, Healthy hair. Flat Stomach. But then again comes the question, why do girls feel that being pretty physically is what matters. Society has taught us that it is on the outside that matters. The hair, the lips the eyes, rather than personality. For some what’s on…

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    This particular work was made using an interesting print making technique of drypoint etching, when you engrave an image usually with a small item like a needle in a plate to create a image then use ink to transfer it on paper. At a first glance I thought it was done by pencil and I was so amazed at how simple and detailed it looked but when discovering it done by drypoint etching I was even more amazed. This piece is an image of an older lady sitting on a chair with a young girl sitting on her…

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