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    Exquisite Adversity His blue striped tie rested against the navy silk-like dress shirt he chose to dress himself in for the occasion. The color complimented his combed red hair as it shined, more so from the sun, while its natural state was a shade darker. He had tucked the tails of his shirt into a pair of black dress pants held on his hips by a black belt accenting the shined black shoes that put the final touch to his attire. The cuffs on his sleeves were buttoned, and the collar of his…

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    Marissa Woo Ms. Barwise ENG 111 12 October 2016 The Red Effect You scroll through the emoji list on your phone for the salsa dancing lady in a red dress. Why are you using this emoji? Do you like red dresses? Does the dancing lady symbolize how you see yourself? Does she represent how you’re feeling? Perhaps she represents how you wish to see yourself, or how you hope others perceive you. In her poem “What Do Women Want,” Kim Addonizio uses a red dress to symbolically communicate her desire…

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    The theater buzzes with energy and excitement, magic flowing throughout the room for the first time in five years as Eddie Redmayne appears on the silver screen. The crowd roars to life as four men from Baltimore take the stage, a sight I have waited to see so long that it nearly brings me to tears. The world of the Norse Gods springs to life as I join the teenage demigod Magnus Chase on another death-defying adventure. A sea of blue and gold overtakes Rider Stadium on a beautiful June day, and…

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    Art is meant to capture the viewer’s attention and affect them on a deep level. Many times, it leads the audience to examine human beings at a rudimentary state. In Théodore Géricault’s painting, Raft of the Medusa, 1818-1819, Oil on canvas, the viewer does exactly that. In his painting, about 20 men are strewn on a makeshift raft from the remnants of their ship. Some are dead and some are franticly waving pieces of cloth in the air at a ship in the horizon. Each man has an intense look on his…

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    dīse chhe ra(n)g āl O brother, the Indian madder dye is genuine and appears red as the gulāl, While the trait of safflower dye is to seemingly appear as the colour of āl The word gulāl in this verse refers to slightly fragrant red powder used on joyous occasions, particularly during the holī festival. Ᾱl is another dye yielding plant, commonly known as noni, Indian mulberry and morinda. Like the Indian madder, the red dye produced from the roots of the Indian mulberry is permanent. The…

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    Red can symbolize a lot of things, for example red represents anger in most cases, but in this novel, it represents wealth and somewhat elegance. In the beginning, Nick describes Tom and Daisy’s house, or should I say mansion, because it is a spacious home which covers a vast amount of land. It’s described as, “A cheerful red and white Georgian colonial mansion overlooking the bay” (Fitzgerald 13). Red is used here because it shows that the Tom and Daisy…

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    Passing Storm Painting

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    artwork is about Mrs. Eliot is a socialite in New York. She is a mother with six children. The main hue used on this painting is red. It used atmospheric perspective to create different color of red. The artwork also including the gestural, which is the woman’s hand. This painting is asymmetrical balance because the background used dark red and the clothe she wore is lighter red creates balance in this painting. The painting contains the focal point, which is the woman. This artwork use oil…

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    the Mask Series No. 10 were displayed differently due to the fact that the North building had more colors, the Hamilton building was neutral colored. The color scheme by each curator definitely influenced the artwork in the North building such as the red paint added an empowering feel to the…

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    Doping In Sports

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    1102 Supplements Over Steroids anything but it fully up to themselves to make the decision of what route they want to take. The real standalone color is red which pops out over all the settle and dull colors to show people to go ahead and do what they need to do to get right. Also the color red shows involvement by having the quotes written in red to help make the power in the quotes pop out too. Many of times steroids are displayed in various vibrant hues all over the places. Therefore, these…

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    What symbolic role does the color red play in the novel? The color red symbolizes a lot of things in the Handmaid's Tale. The question is up to many different interpretations and one of the many includes women's fertility. Women in the society of Gilead are only valued based on their fertility and whether or not a woman is able to give birth to a healthy human life determines their ranking in the system. When Janine had given birth to “unbabies”, she was shamed at and her babies were deemed…

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