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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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    Today in writing 040 as a class we observed a bamboo plant in the front of the classroom. The bamboo plant was in a glass vase that held water to nourish the roots of the plant. I noticed that the bamboo had somewhere close to thirty roots coming from the bottom of the plant that were sitting in water. Then i 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…

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    Thinking of painting your bedroom? What color are you considering? You may want to take a minute and think about your color choices and what they can do for you. Color can make an impact on you whether you know it or not and depending on how much time you spend in your bedroom, your color 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…

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    2 Dimensional Art The two dimensional art that I observed is called Judith and Her Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes, created between 1623-25. The artist of this painting is Artemisia Gentileschi. This was a large painting that covered over half of the wall. This painting was created by using oil paint. Artists used oil paintings because it dries slowly, the colors are able to blend together, and lastly oil paintings allows the painting to be larger then what it normally would be. The…

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    perceive things through. It has a deep impact on our emotions and feelings. We learn as we grow, especially in school, to associate colors with emotions. For instance, children in school learn that the color green is associated with being glad and red being associated with anger. Yet do they know that the color-emotion association can determine and set peoples mood without noticing it. Also, depending on the shade of the color whether it’s warm, saturated, unsaturated, sets the overall…

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    Dan Țaca Professor D.Benea American Literature January 17, 2016 Uncertain Significance(s).Hawthorne’s Symbols are Richly Ambiguous-the Greatest Red Herring in His Writing. N. Hawthorne’s works (even those few works whose surroundings and action are removed from American reality) are inextricably linked to New England where the writer continuously spent fifty out of sixty years of his life. The historical past of the country that worried all American romantics, for Hawthorne, became the New…

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    wisdom, whereas Matt is the goddess of truth and justice (Maat). The Ibis headed Thoth was often depicted as an bird, which is upon the woman’s necklace (Gill). Thoth often wore bands of the colors red, green, and blue, which can be found upon the woman throughout her body (Gill). Maat wore a band of red on her head and her symbol is the ostrich feather, which can be found on the man (Maat). They are wearing the possessions of each other, sharing is a form of respect and trust. Trust is needed…

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    There is a room full of people working on computer screens busy doing their mindless work and keeping to themselves when the red fog comes and changes all of their computer screens to portray a positive and encouraging message. There is one man watching a video online of two men fighting but once the red fog effects his computer then men fighting begin laughing instead. It also shows a woman crying on a bus station bench that is cheered up because the screen right…

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    Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. There are three symbols throughout the book; the first is the color Red. Second symbol is the color Gold. And lastly the Darkness and shadows. These three symbolic elements are used to describe character feelings and or themes in the book. They are also used to convey ideas and clarify meanings on a more advanced level of interpretation. The first symbol Red. To Emphasize its importance of this symbol in the book…

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    booth in the back of the Diner were Beth sits. When Clemmy Sue spots Miss Ta Rot she whispers to Estelle Louse, “She ain’t no gypsy cause she ain’t wearing no big ass gold hoop earrings. Why she just be a middle aged woman with god awful dyed red hair and a frizzy perm.” As they slide into…

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