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    My photographer is Josef Sudek, his approach to his style is more of nature and black and white, I was looking at a lot of his pictures and they mainly all look the same. He mostly shoots outdoors but, if she shoots indoors he makes sure its in a window, or in a couple there were rays of sunlight coming into the picture kind of having the same feelings as the others. It looks like he likes to use a lot of different types of light for his photography. Josef Sudek's technique seems to be very…

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    walked through the circular room, to the only window. As I opened it, I made a slight noise. I waited for someone to open the door and scream at me, but none of it came. Taking a deep breath, I fully opened the window. My eyes landed on the dark, forbidden forest. If I would only be able to get there, I would be safe.…

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    I sat there, in utter terror. I still played off the knocking and whispers to the wind. Then I hear voices saying “Come out little girl. Let’s play a game.” I muted the TV, and slowly rose to my feet. My heart was beating so fast that I felt like it was going to fall out of my chest. As I peeked at the back window I saw crimson red liquid. The liquid was none other than,…

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    Setting In Literature

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    story. Setting in a story is important for your story and immerses readers in your fictional world. In the following essay the setting of three different stories will be discussed. “A Rose for Emily,” “To build a Fire,” and “The Raven” they have great examples of how setting can be used to imagine the story. In “A Rose for Emily,” by William Faulkner the setting is a creepy old house in Jefferson, Mississippi.the author created his own mississippi County, Yoknapatawpha, as the setting for much…

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    being within and without. "Yet high over the city our line of yellow windows must have contributed to their share of human secrecy to the casual watcher in the darkening streets, and I was him too, looking up and wondering. I was within and without, simultaneously enchanted and repelled by the inexhaustible variety of life." (26) There are two contrasting images; the yellow windows and the darkening streets. The yellow windows could represent the life of insiders; the wealthier people in New…

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    The book and the cartoon movie have some similarities when the story start Alice was listening to the story that her sister is telling her and that happens on the book too. Then she sees a White Rabbit running by her. It is wearing a waistcoat and takes a watch out of it. Alice gets very curios and follows his down his rabbit-hole. Alice did drink out of the bottle that says “drink me” and she gets really small she also eats out of the cake that was under the table that says “eat me” and she get…

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    Sarah McCloud was thinking about Sean Bortles again, her eyes closed. When she first met him, she saw Sean’s welcoming, protective muscular arms and rose tattooed chest; when she got to know him, his heart and his face were cold, like death on a winter's night, arms no longer welcoming and protective but hurtful and ominous. His rose tattoo was a story that she would’ve never wanted to read if she had known the tragic ending from the start. She heard a door slam, and every pretense had fallen.…

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    dandelion rays blasted through the window panes, which woke twelve years old Sarah up, in warm delight on a Saturday morning. As her eyelids parted, the glare of rays reflecting from her eyes showed her determination to finally get off her bed, yet her body thought otherwise. She rose, sluggish, as though she was a hunched old man, and walked to the window to embrace nature. Although she still wore her morning face, she was not hesitant to stick her head out the window and greet the world. The…

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    Cathedral churches were founded in Europe in the 11th century and lasted until the 16th century. The cathedrals were built quickly and added to as the funds became available. Most of the the senior clergies funded the construction of the cathedrals and the bishops could fund at own discretion. Construction consisted of brick and mortar instead of the more expensive limestone. Although when construction first started everything was made of wood, but later stopped due to the many fires. The…

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    This room opened in the piazza and had roses all over the window, and such pretty old-fashion chintz hangings as she described. The wife describes this room her husband, John insists on her staying in is big and airy, the whole floor nearly, the windows that look like ways, and air and sunshine galore. She also describes the room as a being a nursery at first and then a playroom and gymnasium. The windows are barred for little children, and there are rings and things in…

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