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    Saturn Devouring His Son is a very interesting Romanticism mural that was created during the 19th Century. The subject matter, as well as the circumstances of the artist behind the work, contain the feeling of tragedy and darkness that draws the viewer in. The canvas transfer of the mural is displayed at the Museo del Parado, in Madrid, Spain. Saturn Devouring His Son was an oil mural painted on the wall of his house during the 19th century. The large work features Saturn with the bloodied arm of one of his sons in his mouth. Both of the figures are nude, the son covered only with blood that comes from his missing head and unseen arm. Saturn is very large in proportion to his son, who he is able to wrap both hands around. The son hangs lifelessly in his grasp. Saturn clutches his son’s waist in a very desperate way, almost seeming to break him apart with his fingers. Saturn is crouched down, one knee on the ground, as though he is too big even for the amount of space Goya has given him. To push this even further, Saturn is cut off. He fills the space completely. His body is almost…

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    Every father has advice to pass down to his son. The poems "Any Man's Advice to His Son" by Kenneth Fearling, "A Father Sees a Son Nearning Manhood" by Carl Sandburg, "If" by Rudyard Kipling, and Book of Proverbs written by King Solomon, all feature poems in which fathers explain to their sons advice that is vital in real life. The advice I would give to my son would be to avoid trusting every man, not letting life take you down, obeying parents, fearing the Lord, shunning evil and to keep your…

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    Baldwin’s Relationship with his father The excerpt from the book “Notes of a Native Son” discusses the relationship between Baldwin, and his father. Throughout the story, Baldwin states his honesty in his opinions regarding how he viewed and interacted with his father. In which Baldwin despised the characteristics of his dad and how he inherits unwanting features…

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    Essay on Poetry “My Son Swears He Has 102 Gallons of Water in His Body” Begin typing below: (Put a heading: Your name, Ms. M. Ambrose, English II; 1st Period; October 26, 2017) From rudimental years to innovative eras, humans have gone through many phases, but one that is ubiquitous no matter what year is the rebellious adolescent stage. Naomi S. Nye’s poem, “Our Son Swears He Has 102 Gallons of Water in His Body” illustrates how a dissident son clashes with his parents over a math problem…

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    forth an opinion to enlighten his readers that no matter the awards and glory a person may receive for losing someone to war, war will only leave people heartbroken and lonely, hence the idea that war will never be kind. Crane develops his poem by taunting the readers through the use of literary devices such as irony, personification and similes. In stanza two Crane utilizes the literary term, personification to exaggerate feelings. Crane talks for a while about men wanting to kill and then…

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    In this formal analysis essay, The analyzation of Laocoön and His Sons will be made. A sculpture created in the first century by the artists Hagesandros, Polydoros and Anthenodoros which is currently located in the Vatican. This sculpture is based on Greek mythology, as Laocoön was a priest that warned the Trojans not to bring the wooden horse inside the walls. The Greeks Gods who supported the Greeks saw his actions and punish him by sending serpents to kill him and his sons. This essay will…

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    Eli and His Sons Hopni and Phinehas belong to the priestly division of the Levites and were priests of the tabernacle in Shiloh. Eli became a priest in Israel and a judge for forty years. However, Eli lacked zeal for the Lord because his heart was more inclined towards his sons, Hopni and Phinehas, than to God. I presumed Eli’s sons turned wicked because their father failed to teach and discipline in the ways of God that they did not know Him. (1 Samuel 1:12) Hence, when his sons succeeded him…

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    In the novel The Road, two main characters, a father and his son live in post-apocalyptic society where they struggle in surviving, trying to find food and water daily. From the loss of his wife and marriage, the only reason father never stopped moving forward, is the assuring thought of his son’s survival. Many times they face decisions that can change their way of life, so they have to be careful when they make these choices. The father is the person that makes most of the critical…

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    Hayden centers the theme of the poem around his father, reminiscing about the hard labor his father endured, even on “blueblack cold” days, as he states in the second line of the poem. He expresses love and gratitude, which is also the theme, towards his father as he describes what, every Sunday, his father did. In the line, “… with cracked hands that ached from labor in the weekday labor made banked fires blaze. No one ever thanked him,” Hayden explains how, at the moment of action, his father…

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    Roosevelt wrote a letter to his son regarding a question that he asked about sports. In his response he keeps a formal tone, even though it is just to his son. As the president he has a very busy schedule, however, he still takes time out of his day to respond to the letter. In him considering his audience, which is his son, he stays formal, yet still simplifies the response. When responding to his letter he keeps in mind that he is his son and tells him some fatherly advice. Roosevelt thinks…

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