Animal Imagery in Literature
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...Animal Imagery in Findley's "The Wars" and Shakespeare's "King Lear" For ages, association between human and the animal world has been used in many literary works. Cutting across the barriers of centuries, in both Timothy Findley's fiction The Wars and William Shakespeare's immortal play King Lear, such association prevails to depict the humane qualities of the animal world (The Wars) or the beastly greed and the insatiable hunger of human beings (King Lear). In both The Wars and King Lear, animal imagery is used to deride devious conduct in humanity which violates the natural social...
Examine the use of animal imagery in modern short stories and their symbolic significance
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...Animal Imagery Throughout time, authors have used animals to help emphasize human emotions and attitudes. Depending on the type of animal used, authors have been able to use the symbol of the animal to represent fidelity, cleanliness, fastidiousness, courage, ferocity, wildness, domesticity, etc. The symbolism of the animal often depends on the particular animal in question. A cat might symbolize the ideals of domesticity, cleanliness or sneaky behavior. A dog can represent everything from loyal... companionship to relentless hunter. It seems the most common animals used are either very wild animals such as tigers, wolves or bears or they are very...
Use of imagery by Iago in Othello
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...Imagery gives clues concerning the kind of personality a character possesses. Iago uses a lot of animal imagery to refer to Othello and Desdemonas’ marriage. In act one, Iago uses animal imagery when she told... Use of imagery by Iago in Othello Introduction William Shakespeare has a distinctive feature of writing his work; he uses a lot of imagery in his work to bring out the intended meaning. He uses imagery in his work, Othello, which merges the whole story together. The handkerchief, which Othello gives to Desdemona, his newly married wife as a gift and also that covers Iago’s plans of luring Othello (Shakespeare, William, and Honigmann 43). The handkerchief as a symbol begins at the start of the...
Frolicking animal scroll
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...animal imagery provides the yin/yang to balance fidelity and faith. Works Cited Okudaira, Hideo L. (1962). Emaki: Japanese Picture Scrolls. C.E. Tuttle Co. Pages 164, 165, 172. Retrieved 01 Feb 2006 from www.questia.com.... Frolicking Animal Scrolls by number] Frolicking Animal Scrolls The Frolicking Animal Scrolls date back to the 12th and 13th centuries during the Heian and Kamakura periods and consisted of four scrolls in total. As each scroll depicts different animal themes and it is suggested by those interpreting them that these are animals impersonating humans. To understand what these...
Illustrate how Shakespeare's Macbeth and John Clare's poetry use animals to present a message about human affairs such as politics, relationships and religion
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...ANIMALS” A PERSPECTIVE OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIP IN LITERATURE Table of Content “ANIMALS A PERSPECTIVE OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIP IN LITERATURE Literature and Human Life 3 Ecocriticism 4 Animal Imagery for Human Life in Literature 4 Shakespeare and Animal Imagery 4 Act 1 5 Act II 6 Act III 6 Act IV 6 Act V 7 John Clare’s Work and Animal Imagery 7 Autumn Birds 7 Little Trotty Wagtail 7 Early Nightingale 7 The Vixen 7 All the Nature has a Feeling 8 I Hid my Love 8 Other Prominent Works 8 Conclusion 9 BIBLIOGRAPHY 11 Literature and Human...
Illustrate how Shakespeare's Macbeth and John Clare's poetry use animals to present a message about human affairs such as politi
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...ANIMALS” A PERSPECTIVE OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIP IN LITERATURE Table of Content “ANIMALS A PERSPECTIVE OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIP IN LITERATURE Literature and Human Life 3 Ecocriticism 4 Animal Imagery for Human Life in Literature 4 Shakespeare and Animal Imagery 4 Act 1 5 Act II 6 Act III 6 Act IV 6 Act V 7 John Clare’s Work and Animal Imagery 7 Autumn Birds 7 Little Trotty Wagtail 7 Early Nightingale 7 The Vixen 7 All the Nature has a Feeling 8 I Hid my Love 8 Other Prominent Works 8 Conclusion 9 BIBLIOGRAPHY 11 Literature and Human Life 4 Ecocriticism 5 Animal Imagery for Human Life in Literature 6 Shakespeare and Animal Imagery 6 Act 1 8 Act II 9 Act III 9 Act IV 10 Act V 10 John Clare’s Work... ...
Drama Play- A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen
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...animal imagery is used in the development of the main character Nora. It is also later found that the animal imagery is a critical part in understanding who Nora is and how other characters perceive her. Ibsen uses creative animal imagery to develop Noras character throughout the play. The animal imagery is carried out through the conversation between Nora and her husband Torvald. Torvald uses a lot of bird imagery because he thinks of Nora as lark. It is also evident that the animal names he calls Nora, directly relate to how Nora is acting or how Torvald wants her... A Dolls House Order No. 346120 December ‘09 A Dolls House   A Dolls House, a play by Henrik Ibsen was published in theyear 1879. Ibsen...
Timothy Findley's The Wars and Shakespeare's King Lear
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...animal imagery in their novels in order to intensify the similarities and differences that humans share with animals. Humans are not as dissimilar with animals as often believed or displayed. The two novels both show the characters of animals that are mostly humanlike or by featuring characteristics that are somehow connected to animals. In Timothy Findley's novel however, it is obvious that as a writer he put animals in a higher pedestal; much to say, as something be that are equal if not better than humans. It seems that from how he portrays the affiliation of his main character Robert with the animals is covered of reverend, respect and awe. The novel took off... Shakespeare and Timothy Findley used...
Imagery
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...Imagery I think Imagery is a nice way to figure out what might have been happening. You can look at different things and put a story to it. Everyone sees things in different ways and each story is unique and unto itself. The following is a day at the college how I saw it when we took our walk. It was a nice sunny day and the time was approximately 7:00 am and we took a walk for class. Those that were late for class came and ran across the parking lot hurrying to make it on time. Their tardiness brought on by a night of studying wouldn't matter if they were not there on time. I noticed that soon the sidewalk was empty, which was such a change from the...
Mythological Archetypal Criticism
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...animal imagery, in general, plays a great role in the narrative. Just in the beginning of the story, the appearance of great draught-horses, with their servile readiness to follow their masters’ orders, is a direct parallel... 21 July “The Horse-Dealer’s Daughter” – Mythological/Archetypal Criticism The novel by D.H. Lawrence that was assigned to us for mythological/archetypal criticism and analysis represents one of the expressions of that author’s grim and misogynic outlook that had already been manifested in his short treatise on the relationship between masculine and feminine principles, published under the title of “Nathaniel Hawthorne and the Scarlet Letter”. In “The Horse-Dealer’s Daughter”,...
Imagery
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...Imagery in Poetry Nothing gold can stay# Written by Robert Frost, ‘Nothing Gold can stay’ is a poem that portrays the condensation typical to youth in nature, the origin of human kind, and the day to day life. The poem basically talks about the notion of thriving, tasks achieved, and the destruction of these concepts. The title of the poem offers encouragement and helps people to understand the truth about “grief.” In the starting line, “Nature’s first green is gold, “the color green represents fresh ideas developed by the youth. On the other hand, the color gold depicts a dying leaf, certainly with no chlorophyll; it may also represent a high status in the society,...
Prosthetics and Computer Generated Imagery
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...Imagery In the mean time, the competition for movie prosthetics came from Computer Generated Imagery (CGI). This was an animation proposition and made use of computer generated images in place of some one wearing a prosthetics and acting it out. This meant people could overlap an existing acted image of an artist with a CGI image that would fit on to his face and try and make it as natural as possible. The history of the CGI2 started with the multi media revolution that happened in the computers and the high speed of operation that these could get. There is a very thin line of separation that runs between Special Effects (SFX) and CGI,...
Shakespeare Othello
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...animal imagery... Shakespeare Othello William Shakespeare is a renowned play in English literature who has written many plays as well as sonnets, which communicate various messages to his audience. Othello is one of his popular plays written in the late sixteenth century at a time when Venice and Turkey were at war with one another (Shakespeare & Gayle 25). Many people rate Othello as the finest tragedy written by Shakespeare during his lifetime. It is considered as the most successful play since its villain; Iago is among the greatest villains in any given play. Iago is a fascinating person since he lacks motive or intention for harming Othello. Shakespeare’s play Othello is set in Venice and Cyprus...
Imagery and Symbolism in Surfacing by Margaret Atwood
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...Imagery and Symbolism Introduction Most use imagery to explain or describe sensitive experiences in their text. For instance, there are two major types of imagery. These include visual imagery, which pertains to sight, allowing the reader clearly see the events and places in the entire text, and auditory imagery, which pertains sound in the form of onomatopoeia and uses languages like sounds of bells chimed and crows. Other forms of imageries include olfactory imagery, gustatory imagery, tactile imagery, kinesthetic imagery, and organic imagery. Symbolism on the other side is the interpretation form of an object or ritual used in writing, customs, and arts. Authors use symbolism because... of...
Animal
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...Animal In the year 2146, the world will have faced diverse climatic change. This change, is believed to be caused mostly by increased human activities and industrialization, has affected not only the vegetation, human beings but also animals. This includes domestic, wild animals, both land and aquatic animals. In my case, I will discuss on Cycopus Bear (Kingsolver, 56). This is a fiction animal that temperate climatic conditions especially along the equatorial regions. This mammal has being biologically created by United Nations random animal generator machine. The Cycopus Bear is a hairy mammal, in the family of Ursidae. Its body is not large as the common bear. The male bear has brown... Fictional...
Explication of a Passage from Shakepeare's King Lear
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...animal imagery by the references to ‘dog’ and ‘Lady Brach’ connects Lear and his daughters. The dog is kenneled representing Cornelia who spoke truth while the two other daughters are Lady Brach who sits by the side of fire as they flattered the king. This scene is considered as a major one in the play as this scene foretells the incidents through the character, Fool. The characterization of Shakespeare can be seen at the best in presenting Fool in King Lear. Being a third person he looks at the incidents and makes out his comments meaningfully as a sage and contributes... ?King Lear Act I scene IV Lines 82 -131 Shakespeare has made use of the fourth scene of Act I in King Lear very cleverly. The lines...
The Horse Dealer's Daughter
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...animal imageries to fulfill his pursuit. These usages of animal imageries can be seen as a symbolic device operating within the plot of the story to achieve the end result generating a subtle sarcasm and humor in the story. So, the role of animals in the story and the relations between these animals... examples, it becomes evident that following the hard-core trends of modern writing, Lawrence replicates ideation through interesting animal imagery in the story, “The Horse Dealer’s Daughter”. Animals play a significant role in the narrative of the story. Lawrence uses imageries of horse and dog to explain the characteristics...
The King of Norway in Macbeth
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...animal imagery that develops the theme of appearance vs. reality is “Look like th' innocent flower, But be the serpent under ’t,” (1.5.56-57), which instructs Macbeth to appear innocent but be vicious. 14.  Dramatic irony is when the words or actions of the characters have a different meaning for the reader than they do for the characters. Duncan remarks “This castle hath a pleasant seat. The air Nimbly and sweetly recommends itself Unto our gentle senses.” This is ironic because the castle is full... The King of Norway in Macbeth 1. Macdonwald was the leader of the rebels fighting alongside the King of Norway to take over Scotland. Macdonwald is killed by Macbeth in battle. Macbeth’s actions are descri...
Discuss Waters' main message in "Animals" and "Amused to Death," how he uses Orwellian concepts to reinforce or illustrate that message (see below*), what he is
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...Animals). Because the rest of the song designates the way that the self is subsumed in the general rush to be accepted as a member of the ruling class and the emptiness that follows when the realization hits that you’ve been nothing but another cog in the wheel, Waters makes it clear that his impression of the government’s control is equally nihilistic as that of Orwell. By using similar imagery, such as the dogs that work as police to keep everyone else in line, including... Waters’ Orwellian Message George Orwell has long been identified as a man who had a special dislike for governments that held too much power over their citizens. In his books, he wrote of the inhumanity of socialism. Whether he ...
Romeo and Juliette: How Language Reveals Deception in Act 1, Scene 3?
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...animal imagery to deceive Roderigo and convince him that Desdemona will eventually belong to him. He says that Othello’s sexual appetite that is now “as luscious as locusts, shall be to him shortly as bitter as coloquintida” (I.iii.348-349). Likewise, when Desdemona has had her fill (“when she is sated with his body”), she will “find the error of her choice” and eventually “thou (Roderigo) will enjoy her”. By implying that Desdemona does not really love Othello but merely lusts for him, Iago deceives Roderigo and convinces him that Desdemona will finally belong to him. Iago also uses degrading terms to refer to the other characters in the play... ? Sebastian How Language Reveals Deception in Act Scene 3...
Choose one instance where deception is staged and discuss how language in that scene reveals deception to the audience.
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...animal imagery to deceive Roderigo and convince him that Desdemona will eventually belong to him. He says that Othello’s sexual appetite that is now “as luscious as locusts, shall be to him shortly as bitter as coloquintida” (I.iii.348-349). Likewise, when Desdemona has had her fill (“when she is sated with his body”), she will “find the error of her choice” and eventually “thou (Roderigo) will enjoy her”. By implying that Desdemona does not really love Othello but merely lusts for him, Iago... Sebastian How Language Reveals Deception in Act Scene 3 Othello is a play centred on the theme of deception. Throughout the play, Shakespeare uses this theme principally through the character of Iago. Iago’s evil ...
Euro-civlization
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...imagery (both metaphors and similes) used to describe the Spanish and the Indians. The Spanish are described as "like ravening wild beasts, wolves, tigers, or lions that had been starved for many days". The Spaniards are described as masculine animals that are acting in a purely instinctive, violent manner. He continues with a repetition of the original image, but then continuing with the very human characteristics of what the Spanish have done. Thus "like ravening beasts, killing, terrorizing, afflicting, torturing, and destroying the native peoples" as the Spanish move across the countryside... Exam 2 How could you explain the phenomenon of the witch-craze and what does it tell us about the...
Animal Rights Style and Subsrance An Assesment
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...animal alternatives." The philosophical references to Descarte and Kant, and to Western rationalism are a form of 'post hoc ergo propter hoc', used to affect the emotions and coupled with grisly visual imagery. No matter how a reader thinks, words such as "confine, cripple, infect or dismember animals in the interest of human knowledge.." (Elshtain, 425) are emotionally loaded and very persuasive. Historical information regarding the growth of animal welfare groups and the inclusion of feminist connections add weight to the argument in favor of abandoning... Animal Rights: Style and Substance - An Assessment The articles chosen for examination are as follows: "Why Worry About the Animals", Jean Bethke ...
Shakespeare: King Lear main points and themes in the play.
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...animal imagery: Each jealous of the other as the stung Are of the adder Gonerill and Regan are seen as cruel predators, 'pelican daughters' who want to see their father bleed. Their inhumanity is reconfirmed when Gloucester and Cordelia describe how a wild beast would have been able to shelter from the storm, but not Lear, concluding how much Gonerill and Regan care nothing for their father. Gonerill and Regan also share the bad nature that Edmund portrays, both are threatening, cold and ambitious too. Not only do they use it against family members but also their cruelty comes naturally to them and they delight in it, but also this puts... ? Themes in King Lear Shakespearean tragedy ‘King Lear’ has many...
Poem Imagery
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...Imagery Analysis of I Wander Lonely as a Cloud by: William Wadsworth In this piece, Wadsworth is essentially letting his mind wander as he finds himself in solitude. "I wandered lonely as a cloud" gives the reader the sense of an almost non permanence. One thinks of a cloud and the imagery is that of something transparent, not tangible. This intangible nature illustrates loneliness for the poet in this line. To then cast a background to the idea of loneliness, he goes on to say "when all at once I saw a crowd" thus reinforcing the loneliness before the "crowd" appeared. In the next line, the reader discovers that the crowd is actually "daffodils"...
The Dramatic Vision: an Overview
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...Imagery, and Style Bring the Play to Life The literary elements of a play are responsible for animating the play. Through language, imagery and style, the play becomes more than just a piece of writing. Looking at the play A Doll’s House, we find that Ibsen uses language mainly to bring the characters to life. He uses language to portray the difference between... The Dramatic Vision: Henrik Ibsen a Doll’s House Inserts His/Her Inserts Inserts Introduction Acting and drama have been a part of many cultures for a long time. Through plays, an author has the ability to explore an aspect of human nature, and relay his thoughts to the public in an entertaining manner while at the same time ensuring that the aud...
Imagery paragraphs
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...Imagery Paragraphs The scorching sun flared blasts of energy everywhere like a chaotic steam engine. In the midst of the sultry and torrid sand, I desperately try to focus like a lion eyeing its prey. After being befuddled for what seemed to be interminably, there emerged bafflement, looming in the distance. Yes! I am certain… a refreshing Land of Beulah like an overflowing sanctuary of unending Niagara bursting forth paddles; no, downpour of rejuvenating tonic I desperately craved. There were vociferation everywhere like chaotic freaks in utter clapperclaw. As the ferocious manmade creation of funfare begun its slow and steady descent from its peak. The blue angel spread its wings beyond... Imagery...
Imagery essay
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...IMAGERY ESSAY INTRODUCTION Can life be really that dull I guess it depends on the perception of the individual. The following essay shows usa particular community's student life. BODY I could feel the cool wind caress by cheeks as I and my classmates were led by our teacher outside the classroom. I immediately noticed the softdrink left by one of the students perched on the edge of the side railings. Could it be that the person in the walking well dressed person in the picture be the one who left the unfinished thirst quencher in her haste to run home so she could study for tomorrow's tests Well, by applying probability and statistics which my professor...
Mental Imagery
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...IMAGERY Generally people are capable of imagining tastes, experiences and smells without physically being involved. One may be sitting or doing something physical but mentally thinking of something else. It is therefore the reason why we on the process of studying in class at no point we find ourselves thinking of something else. The practice therefore interferes with students’ concentration and some point in class a student may be asked to concentrate by the teacher. Some individuals can form imagination of familiar melodies of interesting songs in their heads (Goldstein, 2014). Over the decades there have been arguments between scientists on whether mental imagery... COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY: MENTAL...
Truth, Love, and the Exotic: The Amoretti Series of Edmund Spenser 1
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...animals and aggressive imagery, the female subject is often portrayed as the instigation of his heartache, but it is likely that this too is something he is using in order to create some form of exaggerated emotional turmoil. Through the evidence presented in the sonnets of Amoretti by Edmund Spenser... ?Truth, Love, and the Exotic: The Amoretti series of Edmund Spenser The sonnets written by Edmund Spenser were created in a series that was intended to reflect a love affair from his life experience. There is speculation, however, that the subject of these poems is not a real woman but a device created by Spenser so that he can make his contribution to the form of the sonnet. Through the use of exotic...
Big Cats in Spenser's Sonnets Amoretti
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...animals and aggressive imagery, the female subject is often portrayed as the instigation of his heartache, but it is likely that this too is something he is using in order to create some form of exaggerated emotional turmoil. Through the evidence presented in the sonnets of Amoretti by Edmund Spenser... Truth, Love, and the Exotic: The Amoretti series of Edmund Spenser The sonnets written by Edmund Spenser were created in a series that was intendedto reflect a love affair from his life experience. There is speculation, however, that the subject of these poems is not a real woman but a device created by Spenser so that he can make his contribution to the form of the sonnet. Through the use of exotic...
BOOK REVIEW
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...imagery, especially the animal imagery, in the Animal Apocalypse may also assist in the determination of the sociological setting of…” (p. 69-118) The author has stuck to his issues and has succeeded in demonstrating his viewpoints. 5. What is the author’s attitude toward the subject? The author’s attitude to the subject is made explicit in the second paragraph of the Preface to the book. Reid argues, “There are three goals for this study. First, this will be a comparison of the various examples of the genre, the “historical apocalypse with no outwardly journey... Book Report/Review Topic: BOOK REVIEW Identification: Reid, Stephen Breck. Enoch & Daniel: A Form Critical and Sociological Study...
Compare and contrast how relationships between men and women
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...imagery along with the animal imagery used by the poet so as to create this eternal world like the "amorous bird... 2) Compare and contrast how relationships between men and women are portrayed in three of the following works: The relationship between men and women as portrayed in Alexander Pope's mock heroic poem The Rape of the Lock, plunges into a panache of satire that is based on the basic adjuration: the triviality of a women's world and that of her concerns, as represented by the pseudo-intellectual world of Belinda (and other women characters) and those of their admirers. The heart of the woman has been compared to a movable toy-shop and men are philanders, who represent the cruel chivalry of the ...
Animal Habitat Destruction in Seattle
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...animal habitat destruction in seattle ESRM 100 8th May Introduction Habitat destruction refers to the process through which natural habitat is made functionally unable to support the animal and plant species present. One of the major causes of species extinction in Seattle is habitat destruction. Whenever a habitat is destroyed, the animals residing in that area experience a reduced carrying capacity an aspect that results into increased probability of extinction. One of the areas that have experienced high rate of animal habitat destruction is Seattle. Seattle is an intensely populated region with more than 652,000 residents as of 2014. The seaport city has approximately 85 square... Running head:...
Detailed Notes on 'Spring Snow' by Yukio Mishima
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...animal imagery is as vivid as that of Shakespeare and Yeats. A few moments from the time when the two central characters meet, there is an ill omen of a dead black dog at the top of a waterfall. The Abbess prays for it. Similarly Kiyoaki and Honda come across another inauspicious sign: a dead mole on their way which Kiyoaki picks up and throws into a pond. When Kiyoaki and Satoko... Haru no Yuki (1968) is the first novel in Yukio Mishima's tetralogy called "Sea of Fertility" written during 1968-1970. It was translated from the Japanese by Michael Gallagher into the English Spring Snow. Set in the early decades of the 20th century, the novel is the story of Kiyoaki Matsugae and Satoko Ayakura. Kiyoaki is...
The Visconti Book of Hours
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...animals by serving as a patron of such illustrated manuscripts devoted to plants and animals, which did not escape his Visconti Hours too. Here we see a dedicated involvement with religious teaching along with a worldly touch that bespeaks of an era where man was conscious of his superiority in nature and at God's hand and celebrated anthropological achievements of that era. Animal imagery is an important component in this manuscript... The transmission of information became a revolutionary process with the coming of the printing press. However, was it responsible for being successful beyond its sociological factors One must say no. The university and the renaissance humanism did help to make the...
The Horse Dealers Daughter by D.H. Lawrence.
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...animal imagery used to describe the characters is done for a purpose. The older brother, Joe, is referred to as a “subject animal” that is about... ? Sebastian The Horse Dealer’s Daughter and the elements of the story In “The Horse Dealers Daughter”, D.H. Lawrence depicts the struggles of a woman who tries to cope with the collapse of her family and her strained relationship between her and her brothers. She does not feel loved and thus begins to feel insecure of her worth and purpose in life. Having so much of love to give and yet having no one to give it to, she looks for a way out. Through the use of characters, symbolism, language, style and description, D.H. Lawrence presents his theme of romantic...
Imagery in Poetry
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...Imagery in poetry Introduction In his poem, The passionate shepherd to his love, Christopher Marlowe uses imagery systematically to help develop mental images in the minds of his audience thus enhancing the consumption of the poem. The author talks about rolling hills, frolicking lambs, and babbling brooks among many others. Through such avid description of both the scenery and other intricate features of the setting, the poet succeeds in developing mental images. Nature is a fundamental imagery in the poem that enhances the message in the poem. The poet strives to portray the beauty of the countryside; he therefore constructs a natural beauty unique to the setting. He portrays the beauty... ...
W2a1- question 1-imagery
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...Imagery Affiliation: What would it be like to grow up without the ability to see or hear? The world would be filled with imagery based purely on verbal codes as one has never seen the images so as to form visual representation (Coon and Mitterer, 2008). These verbal codes are based on what one has read on the subject and one forms images from the reading which may be totally different from real life but they act as representation of the real things. What types of thoughts and imagery would you be capable of generating? The images and thoughts would be propositional as one has actually no idea what the real object looks like and depends...
"Devouring time" and the Value of Shakespeare's Verses in his Sonnet Sequence
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...animal imagery that is related... to as “Devouring Time” and reads: Devouring time, blunt thou the lion's paws, And make the earth devour her own sweet brood; Pluck the keen teeth from the fierce tiger's jaws, And burn the long-lived phoenix in her blood; (19:1-4) The theme begins to explore the power of time and how it can fiercely destroy things that are soft, beautiful and precious, such as his lover. The poet accepts the conventional damages that time can inflict which are familiar to everyone. The animals that Shakespeare uses to evoke powerful, almost mythological imagery are based upon the exotic nature of those animals because of...
Poetry Analysis
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...Animal Imagery- fog compared to cat, Prufrock pinned as an insect, sexual imagery –discussing “hair” is also found. The stanzas are of different length and the rhyme scheme is not regular. Juxtaposition- “I have measured out my life with coffee spoons”, “Till human voices wake us and we drown”. Satirical images: Proposal compared to an earth quake, disturbing the universe, to propose is as difficult as to “murder and create”. Literary allusions: Hamlet, Polonius and John the Baptist. Shifts: The tone of the poem is full of frustration. It reflects the loneliness of the protagonist. The urgency to overcome this loneliness is further heightened by the repetition of different lines... Poetry Analysis Dover ...
Shakespeare
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...animal imagery. The people are like “the forest deer” (Marlowe, line 9), while he describes himself as “the imperial lion” (Marlowe, line 11). The usurper Mortimer is compared to “a tiger’s jaws” (Marlowe, line 118) and the alliance between the people is symbolized in the phrase “Inhuman creatures, nursed with tiger’s milk” (Marlowe, line 72). This imagery depicts the political power of the new king and his entourage as something dangerous like a tiger. His own... ?Comparing the deposition scenes of Edward II by Christopher Marlowe and Richard II by William Shakespeare. The two plays Edward II by Christopher Marlowe and Richard II by William Shakespeare both deal with the theme of kingship, and what...
Imagery and Performance
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...Imagery or visualization in sports In a study conducted by Penn as reported on the April issue of the Penn Sports Medicine, it reported that in addition to physical conditioning, athletes may also want to exercise their imagination to gain edge in the competition. The research suggested that mental preparation is an important component in sports and therefore, athletes must learn to do visualization which is also known as imagery or imaging. Dr. Bruce Oglivie claimed that "With this technique, an athlete imagines a practice session or competition, seeing with the minds eye and going over every detail, from dressing for the event to competing, to heading back home victorious (Swimming... Teacher...
Computer Generated Imagery
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...Animation: A Handy Guide. A&C Black, 2011. Miller, Frederic P., Vandome, Agnes F., & McBrewster, John. Computer-Generated Imagery. Alphascript Publishing, 2010. Page, Simon. Special effects in film. Heinemann, 2005.... ? Computer Generated Imagery CGI stands for Computer Generated Imagery and it refers to any static or moving visual image whose creation or finishing had become possible due to the help and graphics added by the computer. Without any doubts, CGI has one of the most important technologies, which are responsible for revolutionizing the film, television, video game, and entire media (Page, pp. 52-59). When CGI first came onto the scene and when for the first time digital or virtual elements...
The Manipulation of Language used in "Brave New World" and "Animal Farm"
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...animal kingdom has witnessed about humans, the animals have to undergo under the pigs’ rule after Old Major’s departure. When Orwell says “The great enemy of clear language is insincerity” (Orwell, PE, 1947, para 13) he means precisely under these circumstances. He emphasizes that dictatorship ruins the language of a particular region according to history. The pigs are insincere towards their fellow animals and they end up rebelling against each other, ultimately bringing an end to their own reign. Use of poor and stale imagery can not only cause the language to appear as bad but also enables it to function like propaganda. This constructs a conscious meaninglessness... The Manipulation of Language in...
Animal Rights
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...Animal Equality Animal Equality is an organization of international stature which strives to give the animal the rights which they should have. Itwas formed in 2006 in the city of Madrid and is currently working in countries of United Kingdom, Spain, Peru, Venuzuela and Colombia. Animal Equality strives to aware people about the harshness that the animals are facing these days and control the inhumane deaths of these species. They try to do this by educating individuals about speciesism and veganism. They carry out activities which would help the general public to know the truth about what is happening...
Animal welfare
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...Animal Welfare Animal welfare is a term that has been used extensively by consumers, corporations, politicians, veterinarians and other people. Although the term is common among these people, the meaning differs considerably among these people. Everyone has a different view on the meaning of animal welfare. Farmers and veterinarians view animal welfare as the physical environment and the body, and if the animal is faring well that is it is healthy and producing well (Hewson 496). Animal research in regards to the animal welfare has primarily focused on the body and they...
Animal Research
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...Animal research and the rights of animals al affiliation) Introduction Person for the ethical treatment of animals (PeTA) is an organization concerned with animal rights and is based in Virginia in the United States of America. The organization advocates for the rights of the animals throughout the world. Their slogan asserts that animals do not belong to the people to be won, eaten, experiment on, abused or used for entertainment. One of the main focuses of the organization is to prevent use of the animals in conducting scientific experiments (Varner, 2010). Many scientific experiments are conducted on animals before being directed to the human being. Among the tests done on animals... are...
Animal Behaviour
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...Animal Behaviour ‘Ethical consideration for the laboratory based studies on animals’ Medical Researchers need to device methods and drugs to combat diseases. They need to ascertain that a particular drug is safe for human use and they need to record any harmful effects it can cause in a human being, for these reasons and more a lot of experiments are need to be done on living organisms. Experimenting on animals is necessary when it unethical and impractical to experiment on humans. However, it is established that a lot of these experiments cause pain and sufferings to the animals and reduces their quality of life. It is...
Shakespeare's Othello
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...animal imagery used by Iago in his racist invective. These words uttered by Iago tell that Iago thinks of black people as inhuman. Iago calls Othello a horse who is making love with Desdemona. He warns Brabantio that his future relatives will be animals. This is not the only time that Othello’s sexuality has been compared with that of animals. He had formerly called Othello a devil as well. All of these self constructed similarities between animals and Othello can fundamentally be attributed to Othello’s black color. Othello’s skin color becomes a problem and unacceptable sign for Brabantio particularly...
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