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    The Green Bridge II The Green Bridge II, by Lyonel Feininger, in 1916. It is an asymmetrical abstract piece made from oil paint on a canvas. Within the painting, there are three-dimensional objects, which would appear to tell a story. What appears a very busy street loitered with many people, walking to or from somewhere. The appearance of the buildings, surroundings, and the people are not normal, they have a really blocky or distorted appearance. There are many lines and almost textures in this piece. Along the front, the large opening portion appears to have some sort of curved pattern throughout the shape, giving the opening a texture of stone. The street also has the exact same curved pattern visible. The line work in the housing and buildings all seem normal, they look like the average cartoonish looking building. The people, their bodies are the only portion of them that is recognizable; they appear to have very small…

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    In “The Great Gatsby” there are many symbolic locations and objects, but the deepest ones are the ideas behind the Valley of Ashes, Eckleburg's Eyes and the Green Light at the end of Daisy's dock. This essay will analyse these locations and objects, and various possibilities for ideas will be presented. Firstly, our focus will be directed towards the Green Light, located at the end of Daisy's dock, a little light warning boats of a present structure during inclement weather, by constantly…

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    For my symbol I chose the Green Light. The Green Light in the Great Gatsby is located at the end of Daisy’s dock. The Green Light only mean something to one character in the book and that is Gatsby. The Green Light was first mention at the end of chapter one. It was when Nick first saw Gatsby. Gatsby was reaching out towards the Green Light while trembling. The Green Light represent several things to Gatsby. The Green Light represent a beacon of hope, how close Gatsby is to Daisy, and his goal…

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    Once upon a time a little mucky green fish was born into a loving family. In fact they were very famous fish for their beauty. They sat upon the best coral colored reef, they were given the best fish food, and their water was always warmed from the big bright yellow sun. They were treated like royalty...Well that was before the little green fish was born. You see the other fish had never seen a fish like little Benny. His scales looked as if they had been scraped by a rough rock, his scales…

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    Physical description & Attributes The Green Monkey or “Chlorocebus sabaeus” goes by many names; including sabaeus monkey, vervet monkey and callithrix monkey. They belong to the Old World monkey family. Old World monkeys are distinguishable from New World monkeys in that they are native to Africa, Asia and Europe. They belong to the clade Catarrhini which literally means “down-nose”, simply because their nostrils point downwards. While New World monkeys are native to the Americas and belong to…

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    bleak”-Allen Klein (Klein). From the green light on Daisy’s dock, to the dull Valley of Ashes, almost every color in this novel has a hidden message behind it. In the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, a man by the name of Jay Gatsby, who grew up on a poor farm in North Dakota, attempts to achieve the American Dream. In that process he falls in love with a woman named Daisy Buchanan. When Gatsby goes off to war, Daisy gets married to a rich man, Tom Buchanan. Gatsby devotes the rest…

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    In The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald developed many motifs that span the whole book, Since a motif is a recurring image, detail, occurrence, etc. that an author develops to unify an idea and/or explore an idea, I chose the green light found throughout the book. The green light represents Gatsby’s dream to be with Daisy again and the perfect future that he strives for with Daisy. This idea is found throughout the book especially when Nick sees Gatsby alone at the end of chapter one, when Nick…

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    In the essay the author’s thesis is that the pentangle is directly juxtaposed with the green girdle and that the transition from the pentangle to the girdle represents Gawain’s transition from “the emblematic world of the pentangle into one of opinion and uncertainty” (Ralph 3) so therefore the “pentangle, the emblem of a world where meaning is clear and exemplary, becomes replaced by an object, the girdle, to which meaning must be assigned” (Ralph 2). The author supports her thesis by stating…

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    Green Lifestyle Healthy Living Green Castle Challenge In case you’ve always wondered what ZIWIRA means, it is “green castle”. Today we’re challenging you to turn your home into your very own green castle. You don’t have to do all of these at the same time, or even at all, but if you need more of a reason to get green, here it is. Any or all of these are completely viable as a permanent lifestyle change, but are also good as an occasional way to get yourself thinking more about the environment…

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    Green architecture is an approach to building, also known as green building or construction or even sustainable building has become more popular in the last 25 to 30 years, is the practice of creating an environmentally responsible that has the structure and resource effect throughout a building lifestyle from design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation and deconstruction. Green building are designed to make the classical buildings concern about the economy, utility, durability and…

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