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  • An Imagined Place Art And Life On The Coast Of Dream Analysis

    In Kevin Starr’s article, “An Imagined Place: Art and Life on the Coast of Dream”, he lists the arts that contribute to the perception of California as a place of promise. He captures the promise of California by giving specific examples from each of the arts and how they contribute to the creation of this promise. Of these arts however, photography and outdoors/sports are the best for exploring the connection between promise and the arts. The utilization of photography and the outdoors as an outlet to express the promise in California is a great technique that Starr uses in his article. The way Starr examines the promise of California through photography and the outdoors is very intriguing but one might not be able to realize how these relate…

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  • The Gods And God's Roles In The Epic Of Gilgamesh

    treated by Gilgamesh, Ishtar the god of love, Anu the sky-god etc. There were numerous gods responsible for all areas of life. The gods were an intricate part of human life and affected daily events. Mesopotamians believed that the gods and goddess controlled their lives. Mesopotamians and Egyptians alike worship many gods and goddesses. The Stela of the God Bes is displayed in Gallery 137 - Egypt under Roman Rule, First Century A.D. God Bes is kept in lighted art glass. According to the…

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  • Never Give Up On Your Dreams In Harlem, By Langston Hughes

    Never Give up on your Dreams Determination plays a imperative part in perusing our goals and dreams. Without determination, we may give up on our dreams, but they will never give up on us. In the poem “Harlem,” Langston Hughes talks about the tragedy that postponed dreams can cause in a persons life. The poem suggests deferred dreams may “dry up like a raisin in the sun”, representing that abandoned dreams left alone can become small and withered. Another simile in the poem states that…

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  • Analysis Of 'Innovative Mental Treasures' By Stephen King

    EXEGETICAL COMPONENT ‘Unearthing Worthwhile, Innovative Mental Treasures’: On Dreaming and Writing INTRODUCTION Throughout history, the dream has been seen as a wellspring of inspiration for creative practitioners, including writers. In Writers Dreaming (1994) Naomi Epel interviews 26 prominent writers on the relationship between dreaming and creativity. Writers, including Clive Barker and Stephen King, are asked to interrogate their personal writing processes, and account for how they…

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  • Lucid Dreams Research Paper

    (Tartakovsky). Our dreams are unconscious thoughts that contain much more than just abstract, meaningless images. Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, or stage two in the sleep cycle, is when most dreaming occurs (Lewis xvii). REM sleep can occur up to five times per night, though this sleep is affected by drugs, alcohol, and caffeine. This sleep is necessary to the sleep cycle and important for memory. Dreaming can also occur during non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep, but these dreams are more…

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  • The Unconscious Mind In Sigmund Freud's The Poisonwood Bible

    by techniques such as dream interpretation and free association” (GOOGLE). As a primary component of the psychoanalysis movement, Sigmund Freud encompasses theories regarding dream interpretation in order to reveal one’s internal thoughts. According to Freud 's theories about dream analysis, our unconscious mind enables us to manipulate our internal thoughts and emotions into a form of artistic expression. As humans, we typically have an innate tendency to suppress…

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  • Reflective Essay: Je Reve (I Dream

    always felt that this question is nearly impossible to answer. There's so much material buried deep in our subconscious and unconscious minds and sometimes those aspects of ourselves that we conceal or repress have a greater sway over our identities than we think they do. The unconscious mind is also the source of our dreams, hence the title of my piece, Je Rêve (I Dream). When I was assigned this project, I had a difficult time figuring out exactly what medium I should use to convey my…

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  • Beginning Theory Peter Barry Analysis

    example of Freudian interpretation by imagining a dream about a Roman soldier and what this soldier may represent to the dreamer. What may be an innocent dream about a father-like figure, or a heroic figure, turns into something of a sexual nature when inserting Freud's psychoanalytic interpretation. What are Barry's criticisms regarding Freudian interpretation, and what type of situations does he believe it could be applied to? How much influence has Freudian interpretation had over today's…

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  • Rene Descartes Dream Argument Analysis

    René Descartes’ dream argument supports his overarching argument for hyperbolic doubt, described in his Meditations on First Philosophy. The dream argument questions one’s perceptions, conscious and unconscious, and how one determines what is true and what is false. He does this by comparing experiences while awake or dreaming. Descartes continues on that since one also cannot tell the difference between what is a dream and what is real life, our perceptions could overall be false, and “assumes…

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  • The Benefits Of Lucid Dreaming

    Any time a person is dreaming and she or he understands their dreaming it's called a lucid dream. When a strange dream makes a person stop and question reality is when it typically occurs. Lucid dreaming has an interesting aspect to it, and it's the ability to regulate the dream and make some other reality in the dream state, which is the reason why lots of people learn the fundamental lucid dreaming steps. A lot of cultures from ancient times took lucid dreaming very seriously. For instance,…

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