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...appearence, he felt shy because of wide nose and unattractive face. In that period the writer considered that nothing could influence human's life greater then his appearence and attractiveness (Leo Tolstoy, 2005, p. 86). The reasons of such oddity consists of the fact that genius natures could hardly adapt to the terms of earthly existence. They were too tender. Unnoticable blow for an usual man could cause sufferings and pain in their soul, and sensitiveness made them too touchy. Changeable mood so owned them that they constantly represented somebody: both sufferer... "Art is a human activity having for its purpose the transmission to others of the highest and best feeling to which men have risen" Leo ...
Instant impact of the whole word
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...appear like uninterrupted continuous lines to those who can infer them correctly and like set... ? Essay 12 May Instant impact of the whole word When I see a building from far, I see it as a whole, and with every step forward, I start seeing more of its parts with successive loss of its identity as a unit. If I step backwards, the impact is reversed. It means that, not only the being of building but also its distance from the viewer has something to do with the perception of the viewer. It also means that both; stance of the ‘viewer’ and the nature of the ‘view’ correlate and coexist throughout the phenomenon of seeing. Just as a building is made of bricks, words are made of letters, their basic building ...
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