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  • Theme Of Revenge In Julius Caesar

    his death will be followed by chaos to Rome. In the lines “Over thy wounds now do I prophesy Which, like dumb mouths, do ope their ruby lips” (lines 259-260), Antony is using the metaphor of comparing Caesar’s stab wounds to a Ruby. Ruby is a bloody red crystal, which is hard to find. It is a crystal of courage, strength, healing and wealth.This description adds to how much Antony values Caesar, his blood, and how much he was worth. This compression of metaphor also connects to where Antony…

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  • Formal Analysis: David Bourdon And Gregory Battcock

    Formal Analysis: David Bourdon and Gregory Battcock David Bourdon and Gregory Battcock is an oil on canvas piece by the artist Alice Neel. In this piece you see two seated men, one in suit and tie and the other only in underwear. Both men seem to be staring off into the distance with disinterest. This piece is actually a portrait of the openly gay couple. Alice specialized in portraits and bringing attention to features others usually didnt say much about although you could not help think of.…

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  • Color And Location In Marketing

    The results showed that red was preferred in a pleasant setting. They then showed the participants either an angry or a happy face. In this experiment, the results showed that red was preferred in the happy condition again, but green was preferred in the hostile situation. In the third part of their experiment, they added another control color of gray. In this experiment, the results showed red was again preferred in the hospitable condition, but there was not…

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  • The Great Gatsby Green Light Symbolism

    has played an emblematic and meaningful role in the work of many authors. “Your attitude is like a box of crayons that color your world. Constantly color your picture gray, and your picture will always be bleak”-Allen Klein (Klein). From the green light on Daisy’s dock, to the dull Valley of Ashes, almost every color in this novel has a hidden message behind it. In the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, a man by the name of Jay Gatsby, who grew up on a poor farm in North Dakota,…

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  • Hartman Color Code Research Paper

    is driven by a core motive. Said motive determines ones’ behavior, your needs and wants. Anyone who takes the assessment is predominantly one of four colors: Red, Blue, Yellow, or White however, our colors can intermingle and mix together like a confetti cake of definitive personality. Independently, each color indicates a certain motive: Red for power, Blue for intimacy, Yellow for merriment, and White for neutrality. “By identifying our core color, we can come to understand our key traits,…

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  • Symbolism In Red Sorghum

    “Red Sorghum (1987)” directed by Yimou Zhang, the movie centers on Jiuer who is forced to marry an ill and old man, her marriage is forcedly arranged by her father. As during the ancient Chinese culture, most women did not have the freedom to choose their own marriage, and women 's marriage seemed to be a tool for a family to exchange money. So marriage was a tragedy to women. In the movie, Jiuer’s husband is dead because of the infectious disease, so she takes control over her husband’s…

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  • How Do Colors Affect Pop Culture

    other colors in a supreme fashion. Colors like red and blue which we see just about everyday our always in the back of our minds, Humanity has come to naturally associate these colors with objects to the point where some people can hear a word and immediately associate a color with it. If I had asked someone to picture an apple in their head the majority would most likely picture a red apple, even though there are varying colors like golden yellow and light green. Also these colors have an…

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  • Color Symbolism In The Great Gatsby

    often silver.”(Huber 1). This can be seen as a color that definitely has meaning in The Great Gatsby, as almost all of the characters are either rich, or associated with the rich, as making money was a major theme in the novel. It could take on the light of a negative color, because the economy portrayed in the story was that people were either extravagantly rich, or dirt poor. To conclude, like many colors in The Great Gatsby, the color silver can be interpreted as either positive or…

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  • The Color White In Shakespeare's Sonnet 99

    complexion dwells” (line 2 and 4). The lilies have stolen the red color from his beloved’s cheek and the whiteness from his beloved’s hand though when the narrator says, “The lily I condemned for thy hand” (lines 6). The marjorie’s have stolen his beloved’s black hair through when the narrator says, “And buds of marjoram had stol’n thy hair” (line 7). And finally the roses have stolen his beloved’s colors: his white color of despair and his red color of shame. The only time the color “white” is…

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  • Sexuality: A Feminist Place In Advertising

    As most women I read tons of fashion magazines a year. Awhile back I came across an ad for Tom Ford. Instead of sniffing the insert and flipping as usual, I paused. The ad was so in your face; it was almost impossible to ignore it. The apparent sexuality was a definite attention grabber and after further investigation so are many other aspects of the ad. Although sexuality is an indicator to make people stop and look, bottle placement plays a vast part in this advertisement. In this particular…

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