Fearful Symmetry

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    reinforces the geometry, symmetry and balance of the building. Figure 1 shows how the axial line acts as a datum, it organizes the spaces and vertical planes. There is transformation in elevation, looking to Figure 6 the rectangular shape is pulled down to link the hierarchy of plan. Figure 7 shows the hierarchy of plan and elevation showing the terrace filled with views The plan is well organized with linear circulation, giving spatial clarity. The plan and section are related to the hierarchy, spaces are organized well to maximize important spaces and views. Looking to Figure 10 we see how the linear circulation is enhanced by the circulation to use space. The Howard House has clear space to space configuration, movement from space to space is done with ease. The linear configuration patters accent the movement from end to end. There are no signs of reduction taking…

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    Two Gender Styles For decades, researchers have concluded that women and men have different forms of acting, thinking, and even communicating. Due to the differences in their behavior men and women usually do or say things that disappoints their partner. In occasions a simple misinterpretation of a response can make a person feel bad. Could it be that men and women express their words differently? Or does the communication style make men and women to decode the response differently? In what…

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    Rapson Hall Analysis

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    not the whole of Rapson Hall fits into O’Gorman’s generalizations for plan, and to determine if its organization successfully integrates both halves into one cohesive structure, Rapson Hall will first be analyzed as two separate parts. In a divisive building, the outer form of the building is added to the plan first, then its interior is broken up into smaller spaces according to the needs of the program. Thorshov and Cerny’s construction easily fits into this generalization. First, the outline…

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    As a universal language, mathematics is not only within the education system but rather in almost every aspect of life. When looking outside at nature or even at oneself, various types of symmetrical examples are present. Symmetry, according to the Oxford dictionary, means the quality of being made up of exactly similar parts facing each other or around an axis. Hence, this similarity within symmetrical patterns, designed within various objects or persons appeals to the eye at first glance due…

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    Current logic holds that symmetry is beautiful because it suggests a relatively healthy childhood, free from diseases that could take their toll on facial features, causing subtle asymmetry diseases such as chicken pox, mumps, whooping cough or tonsillitis. Facial asymmetry in adolescents is in no way related to early childhood heath. Although asymmetry on a larger scale may be caused by significant injuries, untreated infections and certain rare genetic disorders. Our attraction to symmetry…

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    Through a threatening tone, William Blake’s “The Tyger” reveals the process of the tigers creation and its ending by using syntax, diction, figurative lang. and imagery. Maybe, that is why he chose a Tyger, because a Tyger can be very threatening or intimidating to others. When he says, “ Could frame thy fearful symmetry?” instead of “Could frame your fearful symmetry” which shows diction because he tried to portray the readers of the tone threatening by using the word “fearful”, and he also…

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    a- William Blake poem “The Tyger” is about a divine creation of an enormous animal a tiger. William Blake offers us a view of the beautiful work done by GOD by created such a powerful animal with a strong ferocity which represent the devil, as well created a humble a Lamb that represent purity and reference to Christ. b- Thesis statement: William Blake is asserting that GOD creation are representing the evil and the purity referring to the Lamb that is symbol of faith. Additionally, created the…

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    “I am the ghost in the shadows/I am the fear of the dark/I am the murderer of apathy/ an angel that's fallen” (Crown the Empire, 1-4) even though these song lyrics may seem a bit strange, it provides greater imagery of something luring in the dark with unknown intentions. In William Blake’s poem, “The Tyger” uses powerful imagery to describe the tiger. The poem states that tiger is a powerful and fearful creature through the use of imagery, symbolism, and theme. One reason why the tiger is a…

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    In the final line, Blake changes the question from “Could frame thy fearful symmetry?” (4), to “Dare frame thy fearful symmetry?” (24). Here the reader learns that the speaker is completely perplexed about the creation of the Tyger. They also discover that Blake is no longer questioning if anything could frame the fearful symmetry of a tiger, or the symmetry of good and evil in the world, but why would someone dare to take on the challenge to contain its symmetry. Blake concludes that this…

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    tone towards God and all of his creations. The speaker, a follower of the christian faith, creates a powerful tone through the use of diction, imagery, and repetition in “The Tyger” and “The Lamb.” Both poems have conflicting attitudes toward God, for “The Lamb” creates a confident and passionate tone while “The Tyger” establishes a fearful and serious tone. Although “The Lamb” and “The Tyger” present different attitudes toward God, both poems share similarities through the use of their…

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