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    In F Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby, color symbolism plays an important role in the understanding of the characters. One color that plays a very important role in the novel would be the color green. Green is important in The Great Gatsby for many reasons. On reason would be Daisy’s green light at the end of her homes dock. This light symbolizes something very important to Gatsby, his and Daisy’s love, “—he stretched out his arm toward the dark water in a curious way, and, far as I…

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    Symbolism in The Catcher in the Rye Like all great pieces of literature, J. D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye owes much of its fame to its ability to connect with the reader’s emotions. “Holden’s discontents and diatribes are infectious because we all have our irascibility and fastidiousness, and Salinger has managed to play on us by summoning up the perfect details” (Castronovo). The troubled teen story of Holden Caulfield depicts a young man unable to face his own reality. A struggle, many…

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    How To Describe Your Plaid

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    Describing Your Plaid My result on Personality Dimension Test indicates that Orange is my preferred style. My second style is Blue, the third style is Green, and my shadow style is Gold. I would choose Harry Potter’s story as my plaid. In the movie or in the book, Harry Potter is the character who would stand for my preferred style. He is kind of curious about everything and always seeking new things. In the first story, Harry is an independent and competitive student and a bit lonely in a…

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    pleasure. However, a close evaluation of the themes of the The Great Gatsby reveals the meretriciousness of wealth and how it brings more displeasure in life than it brings happiness. The first symbol expressing this theme is the color green, specifically the green light and how it shows desires beyond wealth. Another symbol supporting this theme is Jay Gatsby’s mansion which contains the collection of Gatsby’s expensive exotic items, but is vacuous of people who truly love him, showing that…

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    Passing Storm Painting

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    canvas painting called Passing Storm over the Sierra Nevadas made by artist Albert Bierstadt during 1870. This panting’s color schemes is polychromatic. It contains different hues such as green, yellow, and blue. Those hues that used on the painting are cool. Also there are secondary colors. The panting used dark green color in the trees that behind the river, and this creates values and distance between mountain and the land. Additionally, this painting used intensity to brighter the blue…

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    The green light from Daisy’s dock symbolizes Gatsby 's loves for Daisy. Gatsby tells Daisy, “You always have a green light that burns all night at the end of your dock” (Fitzgerald 111). The green light is the connection that always existed between Gatsby and Daisy. Green represents “Green is the color of nature. It symbolizes growth, harmony, freshness, and fertility. Green has a strong emotional correspondence with safety. Dark green is also commonly associated with…

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    noticed that the bamboo had a stalk that was as straight as an arrow along with vibrant green colors. The bamboo also had two contorted spirals about midway through the plant followed by the plant straightening back out. Finally, I noticed the bamboo had long and lanky green leaves at the top following the spirals. The plant seemed very healthy and well maintained because of its strong stalk and vibrant green colors. The plant looked…

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    choices can affect you in a positive or negative way, all day, or all night long. If your bedroom is your sanctuary, the place you go into to get away from it all, then you may want to consider the color green. Green has a relaxing, tranquil, quality to it and there are many variations of the color green. You can add other relaxing colors like blues and browns too. If you like more neutral colors, then browns and beiges or earth tones go well in a bedroom also.…

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    True Color Analysis

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    Wear Your “True Colors”! Ever wonder what the definition of “true colors” are? Most people would think of a color wheel and how different hues blend together to create radiant colors. There are many different ideas that come to mind when speaking of color. Whether it may be the different sensations of the eye from the reflection of light, how a person’s character is perceived by another, or in other cases it can be used in a metaphorical sense. Artist use these albums cover to relay a message…

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    Flannery O’Connor was an American author that was most famous for her various short stories and novels. O’ Connor was born in Savannah, Georgia to very catholic oriented parents. Being raised around the principles of the catholic church influenced her writing and the themes she would speak about. One of the most prevalent themes in her short stories is the theme of grace. Grace is often seen as an unmerited divine aid given to humans for their regeneration or sanctification. This paper will be…

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