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  • Dieter Rams: Interior Design

    In 1953 Dieter Rams Successfully took a position of an Architect in Otto Appel company who became the main representative of the ‘’international style’’ in Frankfurt. His first job was to practice architecture for 2 years. One day, Rams' friend told him about in-house architect position in Braun company. Dieter Rams didn't know a thing about this company, but he decided to apply for a job anyway. The young architect had no clue that his work would be crucial for design history and that it…

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  • Analysis Of Susan Glaspell's A Jury Of Her Peers

    In the academic article Twelve Good Men or Two Good Women: Concepts of Law and Justice in Susan Glaspell's "A Jury of Her Peers." Mary M. Bendel-Simso defines the short story’s primary issue as the lack of empathy considered in the justice system used to try to convict Minnie Wright. She argues that the story’s justice system is unjust because of the lack of representation of women in the system, the lack of consideration for Mrs. Wright’s side of the story, and the overall absence of empathy…

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  • Bong Jun-Ho's Memories Of Murder

    A common rural village in 1954... Once a chain of horrible assault and murder cases targeting womenfolk occur in this secluded and peaceful countryside, the village gets terrified at strange panic called 'serial murdering incidents’ detective Paul has neighboring hoodlums assembled and urges them to confess to recent crimes, but fails to get any remarkable outcome. By means of neighbor circumstances and personal connections, detective Paul, often believe in his own sense to identify who is bad…

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  • What Is Minnie's Role In A Jury Of Her Peers

    In Susan Glaspell’s “A Jury Of Her Peers,” Mr. Wright is found dead in his home, strangled by rope, and his murder framed as if his wife, Mrs. Wright is not involved in any way. His neighbor, Mrs. Hale, and the sheriff’s wife, Mrs. Peters, go over to help search for cues to help solve the case. The main goal of the men is to convict Mrs. Wright, commonly referred to as Minnie Foster in the past, of murdering her husband Mr. Wright. The lawyer assisting in the search says if they can find any…

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  • Modern Architecture: The Early Twentieth Century

    how far architecture have come. In the case of Paul Scheerbart and Bruno Taut’s Glass utopia, it was successful. Something that people thought to be joke during that time became one of the most use architecture style and elements in building today. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Broadacre City was considered a dystopia during that period and would still be considered a dystopia today. The idea of giving one acre of land to each family would not have work since there is a limited amount of land and land is…

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  • Frank Lloyd Wright: American Architecture

    Frank Lloyd Wright is widely considered as one of the greatest architects in the history of the world and the “greatest modern architect in American history” according to the American Institute of Architects. The quote above just shows how much he thought architecture could change the world and how he wanted people to see his architecture. Wright was not only an American architect, he was also an interior designer, writer and educator. He designed over 1000 structures of which 532 were built,…

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  • Free Narrative Essays: There's No Place Like Oz

    There’s No Place like Oz Caroline lived in the midst of the great North Carolina piedmont with Jamie, who was her mother, and Alex, who was her older brother. Their house was made of brick, and sat upon a tall, grassy hill overlooking the road below that no one ever drove on. When Caroline stood in the doorway and looked around, she could see nothing but the great gray small town on every side. Neither a Starbucks nor a Forever 21 broke the broad sweep of mountainous country that…

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  • Trifles Mrs Hale Character Analysis

    Susan Glaspell is an American Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright who composed the play “Trifles” in 1916. The play was centered around the death of Mr. Wright who was strangled to death with a rope in his farmhouse. As Mr. Hale, Mr. Peters, and the county attorney seek to find evidence to convict Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters utilize what the men refer to as “trifles” to conduct an investigation while packing necessities to keep Mrs. Wright company while she is in jail. From my…

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  • Symbolism In Susan Glaspell's Jury

    Use of symbolism in the “Jury” and “Lottery” is to create a direct meaningful image of what that symbol represents and means. In “Jury” they use the symbol of a canary is a symbol of Minnie’s life before being married and a bird cage to represent Her life now being married to her husband. In “Lottery” they use the symbol the black box meaning a tradition that they follow but do not follow how it used to be long time ago. The reader will know that symbol is important in the story and get a more…

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  • Frank Lloyd Wright: Most Famous Architectural Designer

    Daniel Aeschbacher Design History #2 25 November 2015 Frank Lloyd Wright While I was staying in Chicago for studying, I found the landscape with grand and full of high beautiful buildings was fascinatingly alluring people including myself. Especially, Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the most famous architectural designers. My personal experience with his buildings: Rookery building, Frank Lloyd Wright’s home and studio, and Falling Water. Frank Lloyd Wright, who is the most well-known and…

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