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    Art In The 19th Century

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    The nineteenth century was a time of change in the artistic world. Artist started testing limits to see how they could introduce a whole new world of art. Some people considered the art to be a kind of culture shock and a scandalous way to express the artist talents. Scandalous is something that is considered improper, shocking, disgraceful, etc. (dictionary.com). There were three artist that really started this “scandalous” time period and they were Coubet, Daumier, and Manet. These three…

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    Living in The Shadows Since the beginning of time women have been presumed to hold certain titles such as “a good housewife” and “supermom”. Expected to be exemplary mothers and wives while managing a home, bringing up children, pleasing and answering to the requests of their husbands, sometimes even having a full- time job. It’s no wonder how one can lose their self to all the demands and wants of the people in their lives. The events in Kate Chopin’s “The Story of An Hour” and…

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    Pride is the state of holding one's self or another in high esteem. In the short story “ The Necklace” the main character, Madame Loisel, learns the role pride plays in her life. Although she lived in the upper middle class, Madame Loisel felt she was poor and became unsatisfied with her life. She wanted the world and all its riches and believed she deserved better. Being so hungover in what she didn’t have or what she couldn’t have she lost sight in how good her life already was. She had so…

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    Most people are not born wealthy. They usually come to terms with the fact that they do not have a lot of money and are in a low social class, but some people do not. Guy de Maupassant’s “The Necklace” tells the story of Mathilde Loisel. Mathilde Loisel is a woman of lower economic status who lives in France. She is deeply troubled by the thought that she can not have all of the riches she believes she deserves, although she is blessed with beauty. Her husband, Monsieur Loisel, on the other hand…

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    Everyone should set goals for themselves no matter what they plan to do in life. It is important to develop goals because without them, there is no progress. Goals help you succeed in life and also provide a foundation that guides you throughout your journey. Once these goals are accomplished, you’ll have this feeling of relief from overcoming obstacles in order to reach them. For instance, in order to achieve my dreams, I have future goals within the following categories: career, travel,…

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    becoming harder and harder to maintain world peace. Isis, a Syrian extremist group attacking in the pursuit of taking over Syrian territory is one of many that are making it difficult to live without fear. On November 13th, 2015 Isis attacked The Eiffel Tower in Paris, leaving 130 victims killed. The rising issue within countries that are allowing Syrian refugees are whether there should be allowed refugees to enter the country or viewing them as a possible attack in the future. It is…

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    It all started with Ben & Jerry’s that fateful night in June. AnneMarie strutted over while the gang was busy solving mysteries and playing cards on the grass outside the dorm building. Beaming eyes portrayed to the gang a tale of risk. Or perhaps just a tale of delight when the goodies lounging in the white plastic bag she held were revealed, though this all went unnoticed by me. The game at hand had me enraptured until one ear became deaf from a shriek of glee. Glancing up and trying to…

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    What is beauty? According to Lexi Herrick, ‘’Beauty is happiness”(Herrick). People experience Beauty in many ways, some see it in new places, animals, the planets, and at times even themselves. The sun, moon, the heart, paris, and horses all have their own beauty, all in their own ways. The sun is one of the largest and most beautiful stars, but it is not the largest (sun facts). Our sun is classified as a dwarf star, and the biggest star is called Red Giants(sun facts) although the sun is not…

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    My family is very strong, loving, and we always stick together. I have a 10 year old younger brother, a mother, and a father. My brother’s name is Ethan, he is in 4th grade and goes to Martin Elementary. My mother, Tina is a stay at home mom, she quit her job to stay home and care for me. My dad, Jason is the son of a company owner, he works for Bear Stewart. Bear Stewart is a company that makes baking goods and batters for bakeries. My favorite quality that my parents possess is that they will…

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    David Hockney is a great painter,but he has also known fame through photography, although he does not mince his words when he says ‘Photography will never equal painting!’ In the early 1980s, Hockney began to produce photocollages, which he called "joiners," first of Polaroid prints and later of 35mm, commercially processed color prints. Using varying numbers of Polaroid snaps or photolab-prints of a single subject Hockney arranged a patchwork to make a composite image. One of his first…

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