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  • Picnic In The Mountains Analysis

    Compare and Contrast Essay (Fernando Botero) Art Appreciation 1301 400 Rossmery Tejada Professor Moseley 6 Nov 2017 • Work one: Picnic in The Mountains. Fernando Botero, 1966. Oil on canvas. 26.0 inches by 31.5 inches. • Work Two: Picnic. Fernando Botero, 1999. Oil on canvas. Many artists change their style as they’re maturing. When artist are generating their first works of art much of their inspiration come from other experienced artists. With the passage of time, artists become more…

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  • Analysis Of A Pleasant Trip To The Cumberland Plateau

    Cain Demumbra Jennifer Wilson English 1010 27 October 2017 A Pleasant Trip to the Cumberland Plateau A plateau is a land area having a relatively level surface considerably raised above adjoining land on at least one side and is often cut by deep canyons. The Cumberland Plateau goes from Wayne County in Kentucky to Scott County in Tennessee. I will be writing primarily about areas in and around Cumberland County. The Cumberland Plateau includes parts of Wayne and McrCreary counties in Kentucky…

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  • Theme Of Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close

    In the book Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer, there are many themes conveyed through conflicts of the book. One of the biggest themes are trauma and guilt. Foer uses the death of the protagonist, Oskar’s dad, as a way to send the message that everyone deals with death differently and the way people express their emotions may not make sense to others. Oskar’s dad played a very important role in the house. When his dad dies, his mom is left trying to put the pieces back…

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  • Analysis Of Choices By Nikki Giovanni

    Throughout the poem “Choices” Nikki Giovanni portrays the feelings of how it is to be oppressed and not being able to express because you expressions are the ¨normal¨. In the first stanza Nikki seems to describe that she's grateful that at least she can refuse to do things that she doesn't want to but at the same time she displays that she's unable to speak her mind and do the things she wants. This pattern continues and the poem concludes with Giovanni accepting that she will not be able to…

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  • Song Analysis Of Praying By Kesha

    The song I chose was Praying by Kesha. The album the song is part of is called Rainbow. It was written in 2017, by the producer Ryan Lewis. The songwriters are Kesha Sebert, Ryan Lewis, Ben Abraham, and Andrew Joslyn. The genre of the song is pop. The meaning of the song is that even at the lowest times in life things get better. The song is about someone who was in a bad relationship. “Cause you brought the flames and you put me through hell/ I had to learn how to fight for myself” (Sebert).…

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  • Sappho And Enheduanna Analysis

    poets. Enheduanna and Sappho are two examples who have not only contributed to the world’s movement of poetry but have not necessarily been celebrated by the majority of the society. The two things I found that both Enheduanna and Sappho seem to have had in common was their high social standing and their exploration of aspects either not known or not accepted in their eras…

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  • Death In Thanatopsis And Don T Fear The Reaper

    Death is something that people see and hear a lot about, it’s a natural part of life. Some people fear it, however death actually inspires some people to create, create music, poetry or art. Such as “Thanatopsis” by William Cullen Bryant, “Don’t Fear The Reaper” by Blue Oyster Cult and “Dust In The Wind” by Kansas. Each of these discuss death, but they are very different from each other. Two of them glorify the concept death while the other has a pessimistic and realistic view on it.…

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  • The Clothespin Poem Analysis

    When I first read each of these poem I notice a very interesting difference between the two. While both of the poems are about relationships the major difference between the two are the specific type of relationship they each portray. In Your Hands by Gevorg Emin the relationship Gevorg portrays is a very loving and passionate one between the two people. While in The Clothespin by Rhonda Bower the feeling we get about the relationship is that the two people don’t really love each other and force…

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  • Indian Identity In Rohinton Mistry's A Fine Balance

    Rohinton Mistry, a prominent Indian writer, has emerged as a significant literary figure in the sphere of English Literature. He established himself quite rapidly as an exciting new voice on the literary scene. An immigrant writer’s total experience is stored in his memory and only the writer’s own conscious choices and unconscious energies might regulate his artistic expression, so did in the case of Mistry. As a diasporic writer Mistry exposed varied ways in his narrative that explored…

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  • Portia Diary Entry Analysis

    Journal Entry 1 – To be graded on Act 2 is a very long act, with 9 scenes. Hence in this journal entry, I will be focusing on Act 2, Scene 1. Act 2, Scene 1 – Upon his entrance, the Prince of Morocco’s initial words to Portia are “Mislike me not for my complexion, the shadowed livery of the burnished sun”. From how he is immediate to tell her not to hold his skin color against him, we can interpret that many people have judged him harshly because of his complexion and this can be…

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