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  • Argumentative Essay: Distasteful Apples

    The experience of biting into the glistening skin of a beautiful apple, tasting the luscious flesh of a flavorful fruit that resembles drinking fresh cider, the refreshing crunch that is capable of turning any “unhealthy” day of gloom into one full of energy, and the feeling of content that accompanies a first-class apple is lacking in the produce sold at convenience stores across Penn State’s campus. Unfortunately, the tempting basket of “red deliciousness” that occupies the check-out counter consists of unsatisfying, sub-par apples. From the outside, these fruits are enchanting, generating expectations of a delectable experience; however, at first bite it is evident that quantity is more important that quality. The apples are often bland, mushy, and, simply, unappetizing (adjectives that should not describe a fruit with so much potential). There is hope though. There is hope for the state of these apples, for I propose a plan to rectify the “distasteful” apples sold in…

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  • Monocultures: The Botany Of Desire By Michael Polla

    have become the norm in the United States and many other parts of the world. At the start of this semester I did not think having a lot of one single crop was a bad idea. Having a few types of delicious apples and the same bananas at the store every day made me feel comfortable. I knew exactly what I was getting every time I went to the store. No mass difference between types of fruits and vegetables was found. I was ok with this standard. However, after going through the readings throughout…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Love For Continuous Learning

    tamarind for snacks. The others had none at all. I asked my mother why couldn’t we have similar food. She answered that parents who were professionals could afford to buy delicious and expensive food for their children as compared to less educated parents who had menial jobs with a meager salary. My mother told me to be grateful anyway for the things we have and to be thankful for the opportunity to study. Because of that studying became my precious endeavor, I had liked to seat in front to…

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  • Madman Case Study

    capabilities as a normal perceiver. Though apples would appear what a normal perceiver would call green, a non-normal perceiver could still discriminate a Macintosh apple from a Red Delicious apple. Non-normal perceivers are thus functionally identical to normal perceivers. Nida-Rümelin, furthermore, argues that the experiences of non-normal perceivers would significantly differ from those of normal perceivers because of their inverted color perception. Because the cones of non-normal perceivers…

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  • Theme Of Mise En Scene In Run Lola Run

    colour red symbolises power, aggression and progression within the narrative, this is what we (the audience) want to happen, the props and people who help and progress the story. A few examples of this in this segment are: Lola’s hair, the swat team, the sign of the store Manni is at, and the ambulance. The colour yellow represents the disequilibrium, tension, anxiety and most importantly the issue that needs to be resolved within the narrative. Some examples are: Manni’s hair, the shop that…

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  • The Importance Of Color Symbolism In The Great Gatsby

    decided who you were friends with and where you hung out with those friends. In Gatsby’s case he was so rich he wore yellow and had yellow memorabilia. “Throughout the novel, it can be seen that the most common color accompanying Gatsby is yellow. Yellow is the color of gold which symbolizes money, materialism and a high social position” (Haibing, 42). This quotation is explaining that the color yellow represents money which is very important to the book. Money is important to the book because…

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  • When I Put My Hands On Your Body Poem Analysis

    skeletons laid out on their rocky graves, yet Wojnarowicz has deliberately opted to obscure the image behind a wall of text. The foreground is composed of a blood-red text that encapsulates the narrative of “When I Put My Hands on Your Body.” The color of the red text placed against the dark backdrop renders the print virtually unreadable, yet the sheer size of the text block demands consideration by dominating a majority of the canvas. As the foreground and background vie for the viewer’s…

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  • Red Color Association Experiment

    We provided participants with one of three surveys, each of which contained identical anagrams, but were written in different colors. Individuals were given surveys with either red, black, or green instructions. Because of its attribution to negative connotations, instructions in red are hypothesized to hinder the performer’s ability to solve the anagram. This means participants will correctly unscramble fewer words within the time limit when presented with a red inked survey. We also predicted…

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  • Film Analysis: The 5, 000 Fingers Of Dr. T

    hue, Bart is wearing a striped shirt which adorns red, bright red. Red is the complete opposite of the color green therefore representing Bart’s dissatisfaction and disappointment. He can tell with his expressions and narration that he does not like the piano or Dr. Terwilliker. When playing the piano, your back is straight and proper, It is as if Bart is trying to sit further away from the piano, but his pants, which are blue (a color that goes very nicely with green) illustrates that he is…

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  • Flower Symbolism In The Great Gatsby

    The Garden of Gatsby Flower imagery is a popular trend in literature. The symbolism and imagery of flowers are greatly important to the themes and characters of The Great Gatsby. Elements of wealth, secrecy, and dying dreams are all represented by flower imagery in this novel. Symbolism of a rose majorly defines Nick Carraway. Daisy says, “I love to see you at my table, Nick. You remind me of a – of a rose, an absolute rose. Doesn't he?” She turned to Miss Baker for confirmation: “An absolute…

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