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Compare John Donne's A Valediction: Of Weeping with Elizabeth I's On Monsieur's Departure
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...Valediction: of Weeping was a poem written by Donne John is also a parting grief poem with the use of hyperboles and images to make conflicting comparisons. The poem drew influence from the idea of the separation of two lovers that serves as the meaning for the term valediction. The poet makes use of metaphysical conceit, irony, and paradox as a way of influencing the message hidden on the poem. On the contrary, the On Monsieur’s Departure... Literature devices comparisons of two parting grief poems The On Monsieur’s Departure was a poem influenced by The Queen regnant Elizabeth I of England within which queen used her wit as a literal genius in the presentation of emotions. On the other hand, the A...
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Lesson 8
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...Valediction of Weeping” and “A Valediction of Forbidding Mourning.” A valediction means taking off or saying good bye. Both poems are love poems. In a “valediction of weeping,” the poet is begging and pouring out his emotions as to why he has to leave. The poet... Reading Assignment: Poetry - Sonnets Summary of poems Sir Walter Raleigh p. 878 “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd”. Thisis a love poem where the poet expresses his love for the shepherd and how she would live with him, “To live with thee and be thy love”. The poet proclaims his love for the shepherd by saying, “If all the world and love were young.” She compares that when living things are alive, they still die (line 15-16) and wishes youth...
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Discuss the idea of love as is expressed in Shakespeare and John Donne
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...Valediction of Weeping... ? Discussion on the Idea of Love as Expressed in the Works of William Shakespeare and John Donne Table of Contents The Idea of Love as It Is Discussed in Shakespeare and Donne 3 Works Cited 8 The Idea of Love as It Is Discussed in Shakespeare and Donne The literature on the love poetry of John Donne portrays his love poetry as reflecting the very sincere and thoughtful sensibilities of the poet with regard to the subject, together with religion and his attitudes and views towards women. There are vies of his poetry, for instance, as reflecting a kind of philosophical, and therefore dry, philosophizing, while later interpretations of his poetry depict love in terms of the...
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Comparing and Contrasting the Ways in which a Single Theme is treated in Two Different Poems
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...Valediction: of Weeping, and A Valediction: forbidding mourning ." March 2007 John Larson. "Carpe Poem - Marvells "To His Coy Mistress" ." http://www.luminarium.org/sevenlit/larsonmarvell.htm Luminarium, 1999. Julie Phelan . "Poetry analysis: A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning by John Donne." http://www.helium.com/items/1144297-google-yahoo-poetry-analysis-a-valediction-forbidding-mourning-john-donne-poetry?page=3 "Marvells To His Coy Mistress Essays: Powerful Imagery." 123HelpMe.com ., 2008. Quentin Miller. "Approaches and Context for "To His Coy Mistress"." http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/Virtualit/poetry/mistress_elements.html VirtuaLit, "The Essence of Time in Marvells To His Coy Mistress." 123HelpMe.com. ., 2008.... Introduction The...
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Valediction by Sherman Alexie
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...Valediction Outline Sherman Alexie’s Valediction is a poem featured in the book Best American Poetry as edited by David Lehman and Kevin Young in 2011. The following work involves the analysis of the poem and a discussion on the various poetic tools employed annexed alongside an opinion on the suitability of the work for inclusion in the syllabus. In view of the entire article’s structure, an introduction ushering in the content appears in the beginning, followed up by a brief highlight of Sherman Alexie’s works and career. The main discussion contemplates on the poem Valediction, giving a detailed opinion on various poetic perspectives before the conclusion. Literature consultation... s: Teacher’s s:...
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A Valediction Forbidding Mouring - John Donne
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...Valediction Forbidding Mourning – John Donne John Donne was one of the great formative influences of the seventeenth century. His poetic innovations gave rise to new school of poetry, metaphysical school of poetry. A Valediction Forbidding Mourning was written by John Donne to his wife Anne when he left for France along with Robert Drury in November 1611. According to Walton, his biographer, she said that her diving soul boded her some ill in his absence and begged him not to leave. Donne too had a vision of her in the day time and sent home a messenger who reported that their child was dead. The poem thus has an autobiographical value. This poem acclaimed...
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Weeping Woman 1883 by Vincent Van Gogh
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...Weeping Woman 1883 by Vincent Van Gogh Vincent Van Gogh was born in the 1853 by his mother Anna Cornelia Carbentus and father Theordorus Van Gogh, who was a reverend at a protestant church. Vincent Gogh lived and grew up at his place of birth in Holland. He grew up religiously due to the influence by his parents, as they were ministry leaders. Vincent had two brothers, Cor and Theo and three sisters Wil, Anna, and Elizabeth. During his early life, he did not give any consideration on concentration on artwork. In fact, he spent a quiet life without a niche and undeniable artistic professionalism. This paper provides a discussion on the “Weeping Woman 1883” by Vincent Van Gogh. He went through...
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Specific Essay type questions based on Death Without Weeping Book
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...Weeping The maternal philosophy of the women of Bom Jesus. The author mentions (page 15) that “more than three hundred babies died during 1965 alone” and the bells of Nossa Senhora das Dores tolled for each one of them. Most of the deaths “were senseless and unnecessary.” But, (page 16) “I learned, as they did, to ‘conform’ and to tell myself that, after all, perhaps it was ‘meant’ to be so. In all, those years provided a powerful experience of cultural shaping.” The author writes (page 8) “Often I groped blindly to understand and act within a context of radical, sometimes opaque, cultural difference as well... Chitralekha Shalom English (U.S Wednesday, August 31, Nancy Scheper Hughes: Death without...
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Analysis on valedition: forbidding mourning
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...Valediction: Forbidding Mourning” 25 July 2006 John Donne’s “A Valediction: Forbidden Mourning” isa poem about a man explaining to his wife the state of their love and how it will be as he prepares for a journey. The title illustrates a farewell forbidding an unhappy and mournful state before a departure. In this poem, the author compares death to a journey, because the absence is only temporary: “As virtuous men pass mildly away / and whisper to their souls to go... / Twere profanation of our joys / to tell the laity of our love” (1-8). The saying “Absence makes the heart grow fonder” parallels Donne’s words closely. The use of the word mourning suggests... strength and prevents the...
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Art Museum
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...Weeping Woman with Handkerchief' (1937) by Pablo Picasso which made me reflect... on the significance of art on human world. To introduce the great art piece that won my interest, 'Weeping Woman with Handkerchief' an elegant example of the modern art especially the art by Picasso. The piece is a painting, oil on canvas. I found the luxurious piece ready for public view in Ahmanson Building 2nd Floor and the gallery display of the piece kept on changing from time to time. I approached the piece with an expectation of how it demonstrated Picasso's work in general as well as how it expressed the artist's personal life. The view of the magnificent work by Picasso has been one of...
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...Weeping Woman” Modern Art shows the transformation of traditional values that were often related to strict compliance to the social order as culture shifted toward more aspects of individualism and approving liberties for disadvantaged groups. Modern Art tended to use caricatures and abstract methods of describing the complicated emotions that existed in the first part of the 20th Century, based on the presence of ongoing international wars and fights to regain human dignity and equality. The sudden jump in use of colors from many artists seems to often show the complications of evolving human culture from one of complacency to one of inspiration... HERE HERE YOUR HERE HERE Pablo Picasso’s “The Weeping...
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Modern Poems
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...Valediction: Forbidding Mourning and Andrew Marvell's The Definition of Love John Donne's Valediction: Forbidding Mourning and Andrew Marvell's The Definition of Love both make extensive use of the metaphysical conceit, "a comparison, often elaborate, extended, or startling, between objects which are apparently dissimilar" (Beckson and Ganz 45). Donne and Marvell both draw upon ancient tradition to describe true love, not as a physical relationship, but as a spiritual union, inviting a comparison between the ultimate poles of spirit and matter. Love is explained by likening it to the most unlikely concepts: to death at home in bed, to the legs of a compass, and to parallel lines that can... John Donne's...
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Edgar Allan Poe
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...valediction to his world of writing and also to his life. The real cause of his departure is not still known to anyone. He completed many things within his short life span of 40 years. He and his contributions largely affected the US literature and the world. According to Vijaydabla, Allan Poe is the part of American Romantic Movement. He would be the first well known author who tried to meet his livelihood only through writing. Obviously, it was his... ? (Assignment) Edgar Allan Poe Edgar Allan Poe was an American born to itinerant actors David Poe and Elizabeth Hopkins in 1809. He grew up as an orphan as his father abandoned him subsequent Poe’s mother’s death. Though not formally, he was adopted by a...
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Poem
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...weeping and has a fiercest delusion. And luckily comes to an end. Just... Lecturer’s and Number: Submitted Evening in the Sanitarium The poem of ‘Evening in the Sanitarium’ is a poem that has sadness in it (Bogan). I can say that there are various traits of modernism in it. However, Louise Bogan the writer has represented modernism through a variety of conventions. The negative words have made this to be modernized. The character however in this poem appears to have social issues and as well as mental issues that show a clear relationship between reality and the poem. From this stanza, all I can see is a person without hope and leads to great depressions. The woman being discussed here is at one time we...
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...weeping cherry and a Good Fall there are distinguishing features which can be contrasted to bring out the intended theme. There is the aspect of freedom and imprisonment. The prisoners in their American soil suffer a very huge deal as they try to agitate for their rights. Imprisonment in both comes out clearly as the personnel’s finds themselves locked up in a cell. A place they yearn for their freedom. Freedom in both books is portrayed as something very significant to the human race. It is described as determining factor to America. The main characters are described in the House behind a Weeping Cheery as people who come to America for freedom... Introduction In the two books ly, the House behind a...
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A Good Fall by Ha Jin
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...Weeping Cherry as the emigrants attempt to break away from the limitations presented by life in Flushing in order to achieve a more purposeful life. "The House behind a Weeping Cherry" In the "The House behind a Weeping Cherry" (Jin 195) the main characters are depicted... The quest to overcome Mental Imprisonment in “A Good Fall” “A Good Fall” by Ha Jin narrates short stories that are all set in Flushing part of New York with captivating experiences of the characters being and embodiment the transitional nature of their lives in multiethnic society. In this regard, Flushing acts as a space between China, which is their motherland, and the American society which they hope to integrate into. The...
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2 mintues Scene - Theatre Final Project
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...weeping) Do not walk away from me Sarah, I need an explanation as to why you called off our wedding. I demand an answer! Sarah: (She stops walking and faces Harry) Harry stop following me, please. I need some time alone. I have already told you that… Harry: (Interrupts her) Stop, just stop, am... ACT ONE (It is mid morning in a park. People from all lifestyles have come to relax and enjoy the glowing sun. Children are busy playing with each other, parent keeping a keen eye on them. Love birds stare at each other with their hands interlocked. However, for Sarah and Harry, their mood sharply contrasts everyone). Harry: (Follows Sarah, she walks away from him. She is we...
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"story of an hour "response
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...weeping. Weeping over Bentleys death mirrors the dichotomy found between happiness and sorrow. Louise thinks about crying for approximately three-quarter of the story. The moment she stops crying is when she thinks of her freedom. Her life with Brently is highlighted by weeping, and it ends with the recognition of her new freedom. She sobs dramatically in learning of his death. She continues sobbing in her room while alone. She even thinks of herself weeping over Bentleys dead body. Happiness consumes her once the funeral is over in her new... Story of an Hour Kate Chopin presents complex issues in the interplay of love, marriage, and female independence. Her story tackles the interplay through a brief, ...
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Write a detailed report on a song using key musical terms
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...weeping willows are also whimsical in regard to the appearance that mainly accompanied with the tone within the song. The pain suffered by the two caused them many tears hence the weeping willow can have a double meaning on the weeping part. The song mainly displays the state of cognitive dissonance of  a state of mental conflict. The male persona in the song is mentally fighting to forget his lover who betrays his love through infidelity. This mental conflict makes him drown in alcoholism that eventually results to his demise. The song can also be described as of strophic form due to the repetition of the last words after the chorus. The music... Whiskey Lullaby is a country song composed by...
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Analyze Oath of the Horatii
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...weeping for the effects of war. On the other hand, David gives the men animated bodies constructed out of straight lines and are more vivid, large, animated, and dressed in vivid colors (Livy, 1978). The Oath of Horatii occupies an extremely prominent place in the body of Jacques-Louis David’s work and the history of French painting. The story of the painting emanates from the period of the wars that the Romans were fighting with Alba... The Oath of Horatii The Oath of Horatii Artists depict different perspectives in their working. It is unlikely for an artist, be it a musician, painter, or any other type of artist. In this case, the pieces of art presented by these artists provide an outline of the...
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Presentation
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...weeping and sobbing in front of the judge, the judge would think of her as a typical Arab woman who is submissive toward her husband... Slide s Despite Rana constantly asks Mzayyan to file a case against her husband’s beating and rude behavior, Mzayyan says that she is afraid of doing so because in her community or culture, a wife is not expected to put her husband in any trouble. Mzayyan is afraid of being criticized by and upsetting her community if she files a case against her husband. Mzayyan cooks chicken well. Her chicken is not only liked by Rana’s husband, but also others. This is why she establishes her own chain where she sells cooked chicken. Mzayyan knows that if she behaves like crying or we...
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Journal
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...weeping just expectations. In this narrative the author has used imagery this is one of the best elements of a writer’s craft that any author can use. The author of this narrative has described in detail how the bubonic plague first appeared, its spread throughout the century and its effect. She has used words to create visual and sound imagery; she has used a specific type of recurring images that of people dying within hours (Tuchman). While reading the narrative, I... Journal The bubonic plague had devastating effects throughout the world in the 14th century, everybody lived in fear but when the number of those dying was too much, people became expectant of death and there were no more mourning and...
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...Weeping Brazil is a rapidly expanding nation in terms of infrastructure and economic growth. However, many regions in the country are still suffering the brunt of poverty. The Northeast region is one area that faces many social and developmental complications. These complications result from the rapid growth of shantytowns that come up to satisfy the emergent desires of the people. People migrate from rural areas into more established areas, leaving behind sugar plantations and farms. The child deaths and infant mortality rates are high, and are not likely to go down soon. Children who make it past five years are at threat of passing on because of the lack of traditional methods... Death without Weeping ...
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Chekhov's Attitude to Romantic Love
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...weeping because guilty. Conversely, Dimitry’s... Chekhovs Attitude to Romantic Love What happens when Dimitry and Anna fall in love? Dimitry and Anna started seeing each other and spending time together for approximately one week despite each being lawfully married to their respective spouses. This marked the onset of their illegitimate affair, which comprises the entire short account’s content. However, at first Dimitry’s behavior exhibits “an absence of emotional involvement” similar to “Chekhov’s attitude towards certain women” which he encountered before (Llewellyn 883). This is evident during one of the account’s scene where after making love, Dimitry starts eating watermelon, whereas Anna starts...
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Reading response
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...weeping eyes (Mair 225). When Ch’en dismisses them, Bridal accepts it and uses what Ch’en approves. As a result of following her tutor’s instructions, she become so good at writing that Ch’en admitted that he had never seen such good writing. I personally believe that taking corrections... The Peony Pavilion The schoolroom scene of The Peony Pavilion written by Tang Hsien-tsu in 1598 is amongst the fifty five scenes of the drama (Mair 223). The scene touches on things that I can relate to in these modern times. It stresses on the importance of passion, dedication, determination and respect. These are some of my most basic ingredients for success. In this scene, the differences between Bridal and Fragranc...
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Love and time
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...valediction forbidding Mourning”. Likewise, the second which will be analyzed is Andrew Marvell’s “To His Coy Mistress”. Even though these two points were written in roughly the same timeframe, the key differential which will be analyzed is with regards to the way in which the respective authors understand love and somewhat of an asymmetrical manner. As will be discussed within the preceding analysis, John Donne’s point focuses upon love existing outside of the con strains of time whereas Andrew Marvell’s point focuses upon the immediacy, urgency, and physical necessity of love existing within the very moment. Through an analysis... ?Some of the most analyzed aspects of emotion and the life, by literary...
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Modern and Postmodern Ideas
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...Weeping Woman”2 and “Girl Before a Mirror”3, Picasso presents each figure as an abstract collection of geometrical shapes arranged in such a way as to denote the specific emotions and feelings his figures are experiencing. His use of color goes a long way toward conveying the emotions he wished to express just as the relative hardness or softness of his lines worked to establish the relative sharp or dull nature of the feelings. Another aspect of his art that infuses all three of these paintings is the concept of portraying motion or action through the representation of more than one viewpoint at a time. In “Figures on Beach”4, this concept of movement is shown in the various placements...
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Romanticism Today
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...weeping. This song was never intended for any commercial success, but several copies ended up being sold. It had a message that only the founders of romanticism could have in their songs, poems or films. The one big message Michael Jackson passes through his song is the fact that people should take time to reflect upon their attitude towards nature and environment, and desist from any actions that led to its degradation. The other aspect of Earth Song that qualifies it to be romantic is its originality and the fact... Due Romanticism Today Michael Jackson, when he lived, composed certain songs that deviated from the common themes of modern music. Most of the contemporary musicians dwell so much on...
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Response and Analysis
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...weeping for him. His friends call for my blood. Maybe he had a girlfriend who really believed he would come... s Paper’s We can consider Katniss’ reaction to the Rue death that it foreshadowed the change of pace. As Katniss realized that she will fight against the Capitol. “To hate the boy from District 1, who also appears so vulnerable in death, seems inadequate. It’s the Capitol I hate, for doing this to all of us.” (Collins 233) All these people involved in this game had their families, close people to wait for them and Katniss’ after the death of Rue decided to survive all these obstacles, challenges to show all districts that she can defend her idea and her friend, Peeta. “Somewhere his family is w...
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Two-Question Quiz with a response of 165 words for each question
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...Weeping Cherry’ and ‘A Good Fall’ The characteristics of learned helplessness in this story include inability to move away from the workplace, inability to pay the rent alone, and working unwillingly to pay back the debt. The first two of these learned helplessness issues in this story were with Wanren who disliked the business of prostitution and did not like to live with people involved in this business. However, he had to live with them because he could not afford to pay the rent alone or move to some distant place. The third issue was with Huong who was working as a prostitute unwillingly because... Your full full April 04, Answer Characteristics of Learned Helplessness: Sources: ‘A House behind the...
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First aid treatment for burns or cuts/lacerations or fractures
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...weeping, and has blister formation and very painful. In the event of the burn, ensure the fire is put off and the patient safe from it. Washing the area with cold water is a useful first aid, but ensures that the place is kept dry and topical antibiotics and painkillers applied. In 3rd degree burns, it is often painless, and appeared black with leathery consistency. In the first aid of 3rd degree burns, washing the burnt surface with cold water, cleaning it dry, then dressing it. When it comes to fractures, first aid management entails placing a tourniquet to achieve hemostasis, then immobilizing the limb. Immobilization can... First aid treatment for burns or cuts/lacerations or fractures Any injury...
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Manet's "Olympia" and Monet's "Les Nympheas" (The Water Lilies)
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...weeping willows in the water frames the painting just like trees do in classical landscape paintings, but the lack of perspective to the horizon defies classical standards of landscape painting aesthetics. Monet managed to convey the infinity of depth of the water combined with the infinite sky and saturated... number 03 February Video Review: Manet, Olympia and Monet, Les Nymphéas (The Water Lilies In his colorful painting titled Olympia Edouard Manet exploits a tradition of making sensual portraits of young women, which is old as art itself. But his erotic painting of a nude woman differs strikingly from what we used to see in the similar artwork of the ancient Greeks and Romans. The immediate model...
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Commenting on discussion forum
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...Weeping Camel influences the knowledge and attitudes of its audiences The Story of the weeping Camel remains favorably rated based on its delightful and strangely moving plot. The film has an average score of 81/100 from critics which demonstrates its universal acclaim. The movie revolves around a nomadic family living in Mongolia’s Gobi desert, which faces a problem when a white camel is born in a difficult delivery, and its mother decline to accept it. Repeated efforts to get the mother nurse its offspring fail, leaving the colt alone and crying for its mother (Rogers... I Why Maximo’s family accepts him as openly gay In The blossoming of Maximo Oliveros, the sexuality or gender identity of 12-year...
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World Literature
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...Valediction: Forbidding Morning’ the speaker bids his wife farewell before leaving on a journey. In this action Donne implements a variety of figurative language. In specifying how they should act Donne writes, “So let us melt, and make no noise... ?World Literature Bishop’s ‘the Fish’ greatly implements imagery for a variety of narrative and thematic intentions. Perhaps the most central aspect of this imagery is how it contributes to the reader’s overall impression of the fish. One considers that Bishop greatly humanizes the fish and leads the reader to emotionally identify with the animal. In other instances, she removes the vitality from the animal and instead focuses on the fish’s aesthetic...
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Guests of a sheik the violence of everyday life in Brazil by: Nancy Scheper-Hughes
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...Weeping Death Without Weeping: The Violence of Everyday Life in Brazil is a book written by Nancy Scheper-Hughes that seeks to bridge the gap between ethnographic report and personal story. The book is an extensive analysis of the Author’s 25-year experience in Alto do Cruziero, Brazil. The author is thorough in describing the city’s history since the 16th century and the main economic activity of the sugar business. She also writes on the current social inequities attributed to the changes in the sugar industry and in the political and social context of Brazil. The principle focus of the book is the nature of mothers’ love for their infants especially the impoverished women... a big...
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Cubist movement
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...Weeping Woman” (1937) and “Girl Before a Mirror” (1932), Picasso presents each figure as an abstract... Pablo Picasso and the Cubist Movement Modern artists working since the early part of the 1900s have dedicated themselves to depicting the range of human emotions within the colors and lines of their work. The modernists, such as Picasso, focused on the emotions themselves with little or no reference to the symbols or issues of the times in reaction to the perfectionism of the photograph and the machine age. They felt that the only way to portray the realism of the subject was to break the rules of art in order to explore images of pure emotion. Lyotard (1984) describes this process as an attempt “to ...
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World Lit. From Ancient to Middle Ages
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...weeping, fainting and weeping of the bravest characters. The capacity to possess’ strong emotions through suffering molded them into great heroes. Self-discipline, stoic virtues, and humility are crucial determinants of a mature hero. The Song of Roland is acceptable as historical truth by the jongleurs medieval audiences, regardless of it being a myth. The author brings out a fight between Olivier, Roland, and Turpin... Literary analysis Introduction Bloom (2009) acknowledges Odyssey as one of the ancient traditional stories and poem recited by Homer. The author reveals Homer as a hero struggling in a crucial journey with the son Telemachos. The Odyssey utilizes a sea setting where Odyssey, a famous and ...
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Howl: Ginsberg
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...weeping and undressing” (Ginsberg). Here Ginsberg both glorifies the beat social movement and makes a subtle jab at the pervading political order through his articulation of it as “the narcotic tobacco haze”. This is followed by a positive reference to communism in an era of McCarthyism. One considers that while much extended poetry is replete with dense and figurative language Ginsberg achieves investigations of the political and social milieu largely through more explicit linguistic descriptions. Still, there are a number of stylistic elements Ginsberg implements to convey these concerns... ?Howl: Ginsberg While the epic poem has generally been relegated to Greek antiquity, one of the most prominent...
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Impressionism and post-impressionism in the art institute of Chicago
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...weeping tree, grass, round clipped cedar shrubs and an oleander bush" (Van Gogh and Gauguin).The choice of trees is also intentional, since all the trees are symbolic of the relationship between the painter and his guest. The weeping tree stood for loss and the cypress... Art Institute Exercise Select any phrase or two from Baudelaire that you think could refer to or respond to any Impressionist art work (identifyit). Briefly, in what way is the text selection relevant Baudelaire says that "pleasure ennobles the soul and softens the heart," and a quick glance through the works exhibited in the Impressionist Gallery of the Art Institute of Chicago brings out a wholehearted agreement with the statemen...
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Grandfather's funeral [ 2001 when I was 6 years old ] this is an Narrative essay
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...weeping and mourning made me start weeping. I knew the issue was serious when I saw him crying and realized that he lost someone he loved so dearly. I really never knew this side of my father existed and it became evident when the coffin was carried out to the graveside. I wondered where people go and raised many questioned that went unanswered. My... Grandfather’s Funeral at Age 6 al Affiliation My grandfather’s funeral was the first funeral I attended. I previously heard of several death cases but I did not have face to face experience like the one I had. I was indeed very nervous about what to expect in the funeral because apart from not attending any, I was not quite sure about what would happen. It ...
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Islamic History Hajj, Umrh and Ziyara
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...weeping over them."3 (Lindsay, 2005) Furthermore, it is also important to highlight the fact that Shi'ite at times consider the Ziyarah more important than Hajj itself (Lindsay, 2005) even though according to the Quran and Sunnah (the acts of the Prophet Mohammad), the Hajj is obligatory (Lindsay, 2005) whereas there is no traditional mention of such an obligation for Shi'ite sect or for Muslims in general. The Shi'ite, logic construes, would justify this belief by stating that the events which led to the Ziyarah having a monumental value, took place after the Quran had been completed and the Holy Prophet Mohammad of the Muslims had passed away. References 1....
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Critical Review on Dantes Divine Comedy (inferno)
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...weeping whenever he saw people in anguish in his hell journey an indication of the sufferings that humanity was undergoing during the then society. Dante wrote the Inferno after his... “Dante’s Divine Comedy (inferno)” by Dorothy Sayers in “The of Dis”. In Introductory papers on Dante. Eugene: Wipf and Stock Pub, 2006. Print. Introduction The article candidly and comprehensively indicates how Dante found himself lost and in a shady wood and engraved with anxiety. Out of frustration, Dante sees a sun-drenched mountain and decides to climb it only for his move to be curtailed by three beasts that force him to return to the forest. Fortunately, Dante meets the spirit of Virgil, who volunteers to be Dante’s ...
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...weeping uncontrollably until they finally fell asleep, only to wake and repeat the cycle. Again... ?A difficult issue exists for clinicians in deciding whether to regard, and thus treat, unusual religious behaviors as psychological problems. What is your own view of this issue? When, and where, should psychology treat religious behaviors as disordered (avoid the obvious case of someone who is about to commit murder and mayhem in the name of religion)? Why? Having been given the directive to avoid murder and mayhem, I must state clearly that my view on this issue is that a person should only be treated for having a religious “disorder” when they appear to become a danger to themselves and/or can no longer ...
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The idea of love in john donne and shakespeare
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...valediction: Forbidding mourning’ separation between loved ones is addressed. Just as in other cases, Donne uses metaphors to show how a perfect love should say goodbye. It is in this love poem that he equates death... Comparison between Shakespeare’s And John Donne’s Love Ideas in their Sonnets of Comparison between Shakespeare’s And John Donne’s Love Ideas in their Sonnets Human beings throughout existence have devised ways of communicating their emotions, thoughts and feelings. These methods include poetry, songs, dances, speeches and other forms of writing. Brilliant poets such as William Shakespeare and Donne use sonnets to express their feelings. A sonnet is a lyrical form of poetry that contains...
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Korean Film class midterm Essay
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...valediction with childish idealistic perception... “Peppermint Candy” Lee Chang Dong intends to create a serious and interesting story thatrefers to significant problems in the society in general, and highlights the tragedy of an individual. “Peppermint Candy” is considered to be an example of such movie. It has been produced in 1999 in the South Korea (Shin and Stringer, 160). “Peppermint Candy” is regarded as a highly appreciated movie with recognition and a huge number of rewards. Lee Chang Dong constructs the film that reveals the destruction of personality in the social, economical and political context that surrounds him. Personal life of an individual intersects with the historical and cultural...
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...Weeping” (1937) for example are predictably dark and muted, consisting primarily of dark earth tones suggesting the woman’s connection with the earth and universal suffering. Her eyes are the only white spaces not constrained in the center and spill out tears that paint a white and gray-blue handkerchief-shaped area out of the front of her face. However, because Picasso was interested in showing emotions, he made the handkerchief transparent for all but color, depicting the woman’s gnashing and gritted teeth as they open for weeping, move against each other in fear and gnash the edge of something in anger. Her tears are also diamond-shaped daggers digging... Concept Paper: Pain What do we mean when we ...
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King Lear #1
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...weeping in a corner while the King berated her. As he began to explain his reason for calling me and Burgundy there, I understood that it was because he had decided to disinherit his youngest daughter. The news verily made me reel. Was she not his most precious? Did he... King Lear – Diary Entry No will insert here] Dear Diary, [or any other beginning the teacher has recommended] Today, I was witness to a display of absolute lunacy! By the time I was summoned to court this evening, it was all over. But from the conversation between Lear and Burgundy, I could gather that Cordelia had been forsaken from any inheritance. In short, the dowry that had been promised us, Burgundy and I, was not to materialize....
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Discuss the role of nature, its character and its significance in the fellowship of the ring. from the book lord of the rings
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...weeping, trailing, beards and whiskers of lichen,” underscoring the “frightfully tree-ish... Discuss the role of nature, its character and its significance in the Fellowship of the Ring. Unarguably, nature plays an important role in the story of The Fellowship of the Ring. First, it assumes the necessary function of the setting, creating the mood and the stage for each scene – from the rolling hills of the Shire to evoke domesticity, the plains of Rohan, the vigor of the horsemen, the woodlands of the elves for peace and the oppressive environs of Mordor for everything that is evil. Secondly, it assumes a character on its own, not just some background element in support of the narrative, directly...
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How you helped another person and realized that you benefited as well
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...weeping and sobbing Martha. I was a bit confused and perplexed. Mrs. Butler told me that somehow Martha was not willing to join me for her daily walk. She said she was feeling unwell, and excused me. I came back home, felling a bit bad. I talked about the issue with my mother. When I told her about our experiences in the past 3 days, she listened to me with an understanding smile. She told me that I simply cannot help Martha until I learn to see things from her perspective. She told me that Martha was badly overweight and was not used to an active way of life, not to mention the health problems... of the English of the Concerned 15 June Thank You Martha! This time when Martha’s mother came to our place, ...
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Reading response
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...Weeping: The Violence of Everyday Life in Brazil. California: University of California Press, 1993. Print....     Reading Response Introduction This reading highlights the suffering of several women through reproductive and family histories, subjective commentaries, and employment and migration histories. Also, it takes into account, interviews, literature reviews, observations, and the study of documents. In addition, it has highly personal, subjective and emotional accounts across the author’s interaction with the members of the society. This essay is a perspective on, and critical analysis of the authors idea based on the reading’s core theme of association between a mother’s capacity to show...
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