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    La Sagrada Familia (Abbr

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    because it is a Roman Catholic church, and, therefore, must follow a Latin Cross plan (Permanyer, 1999). The composition of the façades is extremely vertical, directing your sight line upward and to the heavens where God, but more importantly, Jesus and Mary reside. Also, while the façades and the outward composition of La Sagrada Familia seem to be incredibly heavy, the inside is filled with polychromatic light, because of the Gothic inspired windows that fill the walls. The crypt, which is…

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    Swot Analysis Of Taco Bell

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    Taco Bell. Taco Bell is in the Mexican segment of the market and is different from the normal stigma of burgers and fries when thinking of fast food restaurants. The mandatory customers’ needs of QSR’s are to provide customers with fast service and quality food. The core needs of customers are primarily based off of consumer tastes and menu variety. In 1962, Taco Bell successfully differentiated itself from the rest of the…

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    drienne Rich (1929-2012) was by many regarded as the voice of her generation. Her work was often political, and her poetry explored themes such as change, feminism and sex. In the earlier years, having a family, she often wrote her poems in between chores. Perhaps it was her traditional lifestyle gave her work a “neat and orderly” (Rich, as cited in Mays 912) tint. “Aunt Jennifer's tigers” was published at the mere age of 21. As times changed, so did her poetry, growing more social and political…

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    has its roots in the invention of the device that would change the communications history of modern man. In 1876 the Bell Telephone and New England Telephone and Telegraph Companies were created. They became known as the Bell System and were a monopoly for telecommunications in the United States. In 1885 the American Telephone and Telegraph Company was formed as a subsidiary of the Bell System to build and operate a long distance network. Its name was changed to AT&T Corp. in 1994. By 1913 AT&T…

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    How Much Should the Author’s Life be Known Authors Sylvia Plath of “The Bell Jar” and Justin Torres of “We the Animals” both incorporated many of their personal life events and struggles into their debut novels. By incorporating their hardships into their literary work, the two books provide an extensive look into both of the author 's frustration and fanciful imagination. In “The Bell Jar”, the protagonist, Esther Greenwood, is first described as a studious girl who, through her education,…

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    “Shoot the Damn Dog” is written by Sally Brampton, a successful magazine editor and prize-winning journalist; who would have thought that behind a very successful and glamorous career, as the editor of Elle and then of Red, was a story that many (of her friends and colleagues) knew nothing about “Depression”. She struggled with ongoing, severe depression and alcoholism. It was the hardest thing for her as she described the struggle in her book “I found that a steady stream of alcohol together…

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    ENGLISH ASSIGNMENT 4 ANALYTICAL ESSAY ”Everything she had dreamed for herself faded away, like fine mist on a breeze”. This strong quote incapsulates the feeling of a failed dream, though in its original context, the quote also tells a story of 1970’s America and society’s gender roles. The quote comes from Celeste Ng’s 2014 novel ‘Everything I never told you’, which deals with the suicide of a mixed-race child. However, this is hardly the story that Celeste is trying to tell with her novel,…

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    Plath Double Standards

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    Sylvia Plath writes to express the things that have happened throughout her life that also affected many young women her age. She also writes to discuss stigmatized or provocative topics. Plath takes to discussing subjects such as depression, double standards, and societal expectations, at length and candidly. Drawing from her own life and battles with depression, Plath herself went through some of the more invasive procedures as described in the novel. For Esther Greenwood, the therapy “took…

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    The Bell Jar Plath

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    The Bell Jar is written by Sylvia Plath and published by William Heinemann Limited in London in 1963. This is the only novel written by American author and poet Plath and was first published under the name Victoria Lucas. This semi-autobiography based in New York City in 1953 tells the story of Esther Greenwood and her journey in the city and road down depression. Plath focuses on theme such as restricted roles of women in the 50’s in America and with sub-themes like success equals career.…

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    Virginia Woolf was an English writer in the twentieth century. During this time, society revolved around sex. According to Sigmund Freud, the emotions that were aroused in a young child (typically around the age of four) resulted in an unconscious sexual desire for the parent of the opposite sex. This is referred as the Oedipus complex. Virginia Woolf, would take these new psychoanalysis studies and apply them to the female gender. She would try and negate many of the concepts that society…

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