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  • Analysis Of The Problems We All Live By Norman Rockwell

    little African American girl in a white dress being escorted by four U.S. Marshalls with a wall of racist terms and a tomato splatter behind her. The little girl presence in this painting is that of Ruby Bridges attending her first day at William J. Frantz elementary…

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  • John Martin Visual Analysis

    that are being discussed, I have observed; there is an object within the waves that is not very clear, but it appears to be a very small boat with a civilian raising their hands to the sky. There are also multiple darker waves that stick out from the white, calm waves that crash against the city. The first waves reach the city and the buildings begin to crumble into the sea. There are also people standing on top of a building that appear to be raising their hands to the sky as if asking for the…

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  • The Color Red In The Great Gatsby

    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 are a very successful family and that it is elegant looking house. The color red is also used when Nick talks about Tom’s…

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  • Write An Essay Of A Short Story (Bfg)

    harshly bumped into me with its black box, grey screen, old-fashion appearance, and light brown legs that I noticed this odd television. As I stood up as fast as a cheetah, I noticed a sparkly dot on the screen, which was as white as snow. I cautiously tried to touch the snowy white tiny sparkling dot, but carelessly and clumsily I fell into the unusual television and, with my heart racing like a frightened rabbit, I found myself in a forest with trees as green…

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  • The Importance Of Thinking Of Painting Your Bedroom

    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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  • Consumerism In The Great Gatsby

    colors white, yellow, and blue to help emphasize the corruption and artificial world that was the nineteen twenties in order to prove that people will always be unsatisfied if all they care about and want in life is…

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  • Empirical Formula Lab Report Essay

    error could be that the sample and /or crucible where not on the hotplate long enough, an error in the measurement of mass and an error in the calculations also that the crucible with sample was removed from the hotplate before the sample turn all white. A major result is that after the water is removed from the sample it turns to one color but when a couple drops of water the sample changes back to a blue color like the sample was at the beginning. My results of the calculating the mass percent…

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  • Relationship Between Color And Emotion

    blue-green, purple-blue, and red-purple), and three achromatic colors (white, gray, and black) and the reasons for the emotion they felt. The color green reminds the students the color of nature which gave them positive feelings of relaxation and comfort. Now when green-yellow was shown to the students, it generated negative feelings because the colors were associated with vomit and evoked the feelings of sickness and disgust. The colors white, gray, and black evoked positive…

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  • Lack Of Love In Desiree's Baby By Kate Chopin

    Desiree. Throughout “Desiree’s Baby,” Chopin constantly mentions the colors yellow, black, and white. Yellow is used to symbolize the tainted skin of the mixed…

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  • Lao Tzu Native Embrace Analysis

    engulfing the two natives, is representing the element of water. Whereas the color of their hair is a mixture of corruption, which ties to the element of the earth depicted in the painting, showing that with all life there is still certain darkness. The white background is pertaining to a symbol of faith, and that upon all nothing god had created the land and sea to embalm all life. To revolve around man, woman, and its inhabitants.…

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