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    The poem, “War is Kind” (1899), by Stephen Crane, mocks anyone who thinks that war can produce peace. Crane pushes this mocking tone to put forth an opinion to enlighten his readers that no matter the awards and glory a person may receive for losing someone to war, war will only leave people heartbroken and lonely, hence the idea that war will never be kind. Crane develops his poem by taunting the readers through the use of literary devices such as irony, personification and similes. In stanza two Crane utilizes the literary term, personification to exaggerate feelings. Crane talks for a while about men wanting to kill and then states, “glory flies above them”(9). Glory cannot fly but Crane allows it to by using personification to amplify the emotions of glory to make it seem as though it is amazing and these bloodthirsty men are dying for it. Crane starts this stanza making war sound not all bad, just a bunch of men willing to die for glory, but then Crane leaves the end of the stanza with the saying, a thousand corpses lying insisting that many men have died. Crane is trying to show the readers that glory may sound good, it may even feel good because Crane has been in war before, but in the end thousands will never leave the battle ground because they are dead and glory can never make up for all those deceased soldiers. Imagery is used widely in poems but specifically in stanza three imagery is applied to create sad and depressing sympathy. “Your father tumbles in…

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    Many truly don’t know the complete meaningful definition of the word passion. Passion in the dictionary is a very vague and simple definition. The definition defines passion as a strong emotion. There are many strong emotions out there in the world that the word passion can be confused, or can be used in the wrong context. It seems like people have taking away the true meaning of passion. People have overlooked the word and substituted the definition with a definition that will never truly…

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    It is one of the highest quality stones of this time period. Michelangelo used sculpting as he choice of work to replicate The Virgin Mary and Jesus. The Pieta is an Italian Renaissance styled sculpture. The Pieta contains much detail as well as different textures. Michelangelo makes it easy for the viewer to distinguish personification in his artwork. He makes Mary unnaturally larger than her son of 33 years. Michelangelo makes Mary the focal point by using a triangular shape. Bernini made The…

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    are supporters or caretakers to the Spaniards. At one point Diaz talks about the soldier’s mood lifting when natives helping the soldiers, “brought us four Indian women who were good for grinding maize for bread”(Diaz, 345). This is the only type of recognition of most women in Diaz’s narrative. Only Dona Marina gets individual or extensive attention. Dona Marina seems to fill a type of “Virgin Mary” role in the conquest. In the Catholic Bible, Mary is the only woman who has never sinned; this…

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    centre and as they got less important they are put to the side. Its hierarchy in a painting that does not only extend to the sides, but as in distance as shown on the painting. Next, to Jesus there is Mary who is fully clothed with her feet not showing. Mary is also not showing any poorness like the other women who are in the same class. The only way we see Mary as the same class as the shepherds is by the women directly behind Mary. They are walking with highly fashioned clothes that are washed…

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    Drama Responding Analysis

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    neglected most of the time when she isn’t with her friends Martha and Dickson. She heard a cry coming from down the stairs. She looks for where the noise came from until she finds an abounded room. The room has ivy vines all around the room, with a tree trunk in the middle. The room is similar to her mother’s room and she is asking why there is a room like this in her uncle’s house? She asks questions to the gardener who tells her that it’s a secret garden belonging to her late aunt. He said it…

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    white fabric on the baby can catch more attention by using a cape with a large of caution color red, to bring out the blue color in the centre of the painting, and the fabric is the lightest and the only white color that can find. Moreover, the red cape holds one-third of the area, the warm color is oversize in the picture. The blue dress and the green backdrop can balance the hue. It is easy to see that structure and the main elements of The Virgin and the Child Reading and Lucca Madonna look…

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    another child in her lap and while the first child seemed to be dressed in rags, this child is dressed in a white tunic or dress. In a painting where almost everything and everything is colored, the white makes the child stand out and draw the eye of the viewer. His tiny hand is lifted while holding two fingers up as he looks down at the other child, as if instructing as the other listens. This child on the woman’s lap is the focal point of the painting. As this is an altarpiece made for a…

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    God-head, and other such divine things, all revealing to her aspects of the Divine love. As Julian reflects back on these revelations decades later in the “long text” of Revelations of Divine Love, she realizes that everything about the revelations were love: the reason God gave them was out of love, God showed her His loving nature, and He showed her that His love was in everything. Julian shows her ascetic tendencies not just in the source of her revelations, but throughout her discussion of…

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    has dark, grey clouds, the light is most likely artificial light most likely from the left side of the room. This is because the shadows of Mary and from the feet of the table are both going in a diagonal direction towards the right corner of the room. You can also see the shadows from the heads of the men on the brick wall. This lighting and the aging of the painting creates colors that are duller. The painting is symmetrical because there are three columns on each side, six men on each side of…

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