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Black Test Car by Masumura Yasuzo
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...atmosphere receives a faint amount of light to indicate how transitions take place. Masumura Yasuzo evidently knew which perspective suits the scene that must evoke an image of stealth and treachery via choice of lighting where the dark side makes a sharp contrast with the bright side. At an angle where the back of the man in focus forms... Black Test Car by Masumura Yasuzo In “Black Test Car”, I suppose that the most essential image which speaks of the film’s conflict would be one that exhibits a situation of Onoda in a shot that conceals his face or where it is most of his back that delivers a dark front as though to signify how the dramatic theme of espionage operates to lead the rest of the scenes ...
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...atmosphere of gloom, mystery, and horror. For instance, dark, ruined, secret rooms, stairways and corridors. Most Gothic literature has women characters that appear to be in distress and sometimes threatened by tyrannical males. The events therein are terrifying, horrific, and sometimes violent. In addition, romance in Gothic literature involves pain and hurt. In Oates’ Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been, “Connie,” the main character is scared about Arnold Friend... Elements of Gothic Literature It is quite easy to identify Gothic literature basing on the effect the literature has on a person. Normally, such literature results in feelings of gloom, suspense and mystery, given the different...
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U07d1, u07d2, & u07d3
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...atmosphere thus bringing about a runaway greenhouse catastrophe, and the Earth will become somewhat similar to Venus: Vast atmosphere with huge pressures, and a lava-hot surface. At that point, Mars will be a reasonably habitable world for a few billion years longer. As the sun grows ever hotter and its... Humanity in A.D. 5,000,000,000. Do you think it is likely that humanity will survive until the Sun begins to expand into a red giant 5 billion years from now? Why or why not? By some estimates, the Sun has about another 500 million to 1 billion years left in it, until it starts to heat up. At that point, the climate on Earth will begin to grow ever hotter, the oceans will evaporate up into the...
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Compare the stories in The Thirteen Problems with any of Agatha Christie's later Miss Marple stories (or novels) from the 1950s
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...Mystery” are miles and years apart, but they both were distinct and popular in their own way. What made them so different, and yet so same? (Agatha Christie Biography). The detective stories by Agatha Christie have some unique elements. First, classical detective stories do not usually assume the possibility... ? AGATHA CHRISTIE Agatha Christie is one of the most prolific of all time. Unlikemany writers, her stories have a punch to it that no other has. These stories deal with a genre that only greats like Sir Arthur Conan Doyle can deal with. Even though she wrote romance as well, but she was greatly applauded for her crime and detective stories. Her detective stories mainly had two major protagonists:...
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Vincent van Goghs Starry Night
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...atmosphere. The painting gives a feeling of close interaction with the heavens and leads... Task Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night Introduction When analyzing iconography, the viewer defines the components of a work of art when considering its implications to the society. The ancient artists used art to interpret their ideologies and beliefs to the society. This study would help the viewer to highlight the main components of the art piece of visual image, and interpret it in a language that is easily understandable in the common society’s context. The renaissance artists applied variable techniques in their works to communicate to the society and gain recognition within the pieces that they had created....
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Importance of Setting to the Hound of the Baskervilles
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...mystery, prophesies from ancient times, death and criminals. This gothic setting is highly crucial when establishing a gloomy feeling and scary atmosphere. For example, the hound is considered to be a supernatural being and it is used in many parts of the novel to scare the reader until it is eventually revealed that its mystery can be explained logically. In terms of place, the first setting occurs in London where Sherlock, the detective, lives with his partner, Watson. The characters’ home, located along Baker Street, is upper-class and they live a glamorous... ? Importance of Setting to the Hound of the Baskervilles A novel’s setting is a crucial aspect, since it forms the foundation uponwhich the...
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Iconology formal analysis
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...atmosphere. The painting gives a feeling of close interaction with the heavens and leads... Task Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night Introduction When analyzing iconography, the viewer defines the components of a work of artwhen considering its implications to the society. The ancient artists used art to interpret their ideologies and beliefs to the society. This study would help the viewer to highlight the main components of the art piece of visual image, and interpret it in a language that is easily understandable in the common society’s context. The renaissance artists applied variable techniques in their works to communicate to the society and gain recognition within the pieces that they had created. An ...
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Compare and contrast the atmospheres of Venus, Earth, and Mars. How can studying Venus and Mars help us to understand the influence we are having on our own atmosphere and the possible consequences to the viability of life on this planet
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...Atmospheres of Venus, Earth, and Mars. How Can Studying Venus and Mars Help Us to Understand the Influence We are Having on Our Own Atmosphere and the Possible Consequences to the Viability of Life on this Planet? Table of Contents Introduction 3 Climatic Conditions of Venus 3 Climatic Conditions of Earth 4 Climatic Conditions of Mars 4 Compare and Contrast of Atmosphere in Venus, Mars and Earth 5 Recommendation and Conclusion 6 Works Cited 7 Introduction This research paper is a prologue to describe the atmospheres of Venus, Earth and Mars along with their similarities and differences in terms of atmosphere. The purpose behind this research is to study the atmospheres... Compare and Contrast the...
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Gothic theme in the novel Jane Eyre
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...mysterious as well as a fearful atmosphere for the plot, to ‘operate’. The plot in a gothic novel will commonly feature a desperate female protagonist with romantic feelings, escaping or even fleeing from the location of her lover or male hero, only to return later to his location, often a castle-like structure. This happens in Jane Eyre as well, with Jane fleeing Thornfield, his lover Rochester’s castle, only... ?Gothic theme in the novel Jane Eyre In Jane Eyre, Charlotte Bronte has crafted in various gothic elements to evoke horror and fear, and also as premonitions of things to come, thereby heightening the sense of reality. Gothic themes will normally be incorporated in various novels to create a...
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Edgar Allan Poe
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...mystery and suspense influenced other Nobody would argue that Edgar Allan Poe plays a significant role in the detective fiction history. Arthur Conan Doyle, for instance, described Poe as "the father of the detective tale". (qtd in Morrow) Detective writings are usually built around imitation and repetition, but Poe is not consistent in his reflections about values of originality or imitation. He anonimouslt reviewed one of his own works, and in his review he wrote about his originality: "the great fault of American and British authors is imitation of the peculiarities of thought and diction of those who have gone before them . . . . The evident and most prominent... How has Edgar Allan Poe's style as...
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Anything related to the structure of the earth or its atmosphere
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...Dear this work is intended merely as a guide; please put into your own words/style for your own great work – Thanks ** Earth’s CompositionThe article “Structure and Composition of the Earth” (Herndon 2012) presents a logical progression of the discoveries related to the composition of the Earth’s interior. The logical progression of discovery includes how Cavendish measured the density of Earth, and Wiechert’s realization Earth’s high density meant the core might be iron metal. From earthquake waves, Oldham deduced the Earth’s fluid core. The article also reveals how earthquake waves and the Earth’s spin contribute to our knowledge of the Earth’s interior. We deduce the chemical composition... this work ...
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The Black Cat By Edgar Allan Poe
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...atmosphere. He builds up tension by signposting horrific events and keeping the readers in suspense as they wait for them to come to pass, which they do with unrelenting horror surpassing even their worst fears. Works Cited Poe, Edgar. Mystery Tales of Allan Poe; The Black Cat. A.L. Burt Publishers. 1907. Print... his wife by accident. He walls her body in the cellar and later when the police come to investigate, walks them around the caller confident that his action will not be discovered, however in his bravado he taps the wall where the woman was hidden and the cat issues a cries from with. The police open the wall and find not only the decomposing body of his victim but also the cat...
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Short Story Analysis
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...atmosphere is oppressive and is something that Brown has to resists, just as he has to resist the power of the Devil and evil forces. When I was reading this story, I wondered why young Goodman Brown is leaving Faith to undergo some mysterious journey into the night. The relatively comfortable place of the settlement community represented by their relationship is left behind when Brown enters the woods. Brown hides his intentions from Faith, so it is a mystery to me where he is going. This draws me... GOODMAN Using critical response techniques to assay the text of Hawthorne’s “Young Goodman Brown,” the reader can form direct associations and impression of the text in his/her own understanding of t...
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A Scandal in Bohemia by Arthur Conan Doyle
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...mystery story that leaves the reader to keep thinking about what happens next in the story. The author creates suspense in the story through explaining the atmosphere of the narrative in order to enable the reader to understand what is around him or her or what the people around the reader are doing. Suspense is used in narratives in order to enable the reader to think, or focus into insight of the story. It also allows people to make conclusions after reading and understanding the story. Doyle wrote the story in order to create suspense and in many phrases, Holmes reveals suspense. For example, Holmes tells Watson that “you know my methods….it’s elementary” (Dyle, n.d p. 2 and 3... “A Scandal in...
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A Scandal in Bohemia by Arthur Conan Doyle
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...mystery story that leaves the reader to keep thinking about what happens next in the story. The author creates suspense in the story through explaining the atmosphere of the narrative in order to enable the reader to understand what is around him or her or what the people around the reader are doing. Suspense is used in narratives in order to enable the reader to think, or focus into insight of the story. It also allows people to make conclusions after reading and understanding the story. Doyle wrote the story in order to create suspense and in many phrases, Holmes reveals suspense. For example, Holmes tells Watson that “you know my methods….it’s...
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Sexual difference in A Passage to India (by E. M Forster)
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...mystery” in A Passage to India, “Muddle” having the undertone of risky chaos, whereas “mystery” insinuating a magical, methodical plan by a supernatural force, characters like Mrs. Moore and Godbole viewing India as a mystery. The muddle that India stands for seems to work from the very indistinct landscape of the country and its plants and animals that flout naming—a trait that Forster finds to be reflecting in India’s local population, blended into a mess of diverse religious, ethnic, linguistic, and regional groups (Sarkar, 2007). Sexuality... Sexuality in Forster’s “Passage to India” 2008 Thesis ment Sexuality has been the most hidden aspect in depicting the cultural clashes betweenthe...
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Sexuality in Forsters Passage to India
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...mystery" in A Passage to India, "Muddle" having the undertone of risky chaos, whereas "mystery" insinuating a magical, methodical plan by a supernatural force, characters like Mrs. Moore and Godbole viewing India as a mystery. The muddle that India stands for seems to work from the very indistinct landscape of the country and its plants and animals that flout naming-a trait that Forster finds to be reflecting in India's local population, blended into a mess of diverse religious, ethnic, linguistic, and regional groups (Sarkar, 2007). Sexuality... Sexuality in Forster's "Passage to India" 2008 Thesis ment Sexuality has been the most hidden aspect in depicting the cultural clashes between the...
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The Cask of Amontillado
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...atmosphere of horror and suspense, the depiction of murder and death, ominous symbols, uncanny details and abnormal characters all abound in the story to make it a gothic tale of horror and revenge. The narrator thinks that he has been wronged by Fortunato and vows to take revenge to settle his score with Fortunato. Though the injuries are innumerable, yet the narrator is motivated to retaliate due to the insult hurled upon him by Fortunato. The narrator, Montresor devises a wicked plan to satisfy his vindictive passion. The protagonist’s... ? The Cask of Amontillado: A blend of gothic fiction and a tale of revenge The cask of Amontillado contains some basic ingredients of a typical gothic fiction. The...
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...mystery of astronomy. A new telescope specially designed to meet the needs of this problem can be helpful. This telescope should be equipped with latest technology. It will target ultraviolet wavelength of the electromagnetic spectrum. My grand telescope will roughly have a diameter of 450 in and a focal length of 660 in. The project will be very expensive and international support will be definitely required... 15 April Astronomy: Answer Though astronomy has surely come a long way, but the dark matter problem still remains unsolved. 95% matter of the universe is still missing which is described by astronomers as dark matter. This problem of missing universe or dark matter continues to be a baffling...
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Analysis of Art Pieces
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...atmosphere. Atmosphere As mentioned above, the choice of colors implies a negative mood, one of gloom and mystery. The twisted branches and trunk, as well as the leafless parts are unpromising suggesting drought and decay. This painting provokes an atmosphere of hopelessness and despair. General Impression conveyed The painting is attractive not because... A Comparative Analysis of Meditation on Tom Thomson by Robert Kroetsch and Pine Trees, Georgian Bay by Arthur Lismer Everything on earth shows certain degrees of uniqueness, for no two things are exactly the same. On the other hand, how ever different two things may be from each other, there will always be something in common between the two because...
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Hamlet by Shakespeare
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...mystery of death. Death traces its way through the entire play from the opening scene dealing with a confrontation with a deceased man’s ghost to the last scene, which leaves nearly all characters dead after a bloodbath. Hamlet constantly reflects on the element of death from a number of angles. For instance, Hamlet seems to be seduced, as well as repelled by the notion of suicide (Shakespeare 55). In the gravedigger scene, in Act 5, Hamlet seems... Hamlet is a uniquely written play that focuses on issues central to the society. Hamlet’s legendary musings regarding suicide, particularly in his speech “to be or not to be” continues to direct discussions regarding the value of life, as well as the mystery ...
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Marketing Mix
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...Mystery Diner. Herein... Marketing Mix Introduction Le Bistrot Pierre is a chain of restaurants operating to serve s with French dishes. They operate with the objective of providing innovative dishes to their customers on a daily basis. The restaurants are widely known to the customers not only for the quality of food products but also for the affordable price ranges. It is widely viewed that the Le Bistrot Pierre chain of restaurants has independency in their way of store furnishings. This is done to present the uniqueness of restaurant concept to the customers. (Le Bistrot Pierre, 2010). The paper in this context divulges to analyze the marketing mix used by the restaurant chain to promote marketing...
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Comets, Astroids and other junk in space
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...atmosphere because of the size and how fast they were travelling. Famous Comets and Asteroids An article from Science Clarified stated that “the largest known asteroid, as well as the first to be discovered—Ceres—is about 567 miles across, roughly... Comets, Asteroid and Other Junks in Space Introduction Scientists around the globe have been intrigued by space since time immemorial. Ever since man begun exploring his environment, natural reflexes lead him to look beyond what he can do with this senses and reach out to speculate on what is there in space. Children from previous generation were taught that the solar system is primarily composed of the sun and the planets with their moons. But...
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Analysis of the Poems Siren Song and Dover Beach
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...atmosphere conducive for a contemplative attitude. However, while Arnold projects an apparently serious tone in modifying the calm sea by night through “The eternal note of sadness in”, Atwood seems to vary the speaker’s pitch as she boldly expresses in plain terms “I don’t enjoy it here squatting on this island”. It may be readily inferred that “Siren Song” is quite distinct from “Dover Beach” in that the author’s poetic approach... Comparative Analysis of the Poems “Siren Song” and “Dover Beach” Margaret Atwood’s “Siren Song” and Matthew Arnold’s “Dover Beach” are both depictive of an oceanic scene which may remind one of solitude for the vastness of the setting normally represents depth and the...
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Ocean warming
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...mystery of global warming’s missing heat. NPR, [internet] 19 March. Available at: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=88520025 [Accessed 17 June 2010]. Ho, M.W., 2006. Oceans and global warming. Institute of Science in Society, [Online] 26 July. Available at: http://www.i-sis.org.uk/OceansGlobalWarming.php [Accessed 15 June 2010]. Infoplease, n.d. Relationship of the ocean and the atmosphere. [Online] 15 June. Available at: http... Introduction More than two thirds of the planet earth is covered by the large and shapeless ocean. The ocean plays a number of vital roles in the climate system of the earth as well as in sustaining the living creatures in the planet. In planetary hydrologic ...
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Over Sea under Stone by Susan Cooper
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...mystery. After putting all this together, I came up with Cornwall. It's a very remote seaside part of England. It's also a very exciting and mysterious place. Many ancient artifacts were discovered there over the years and the weather in Cornwall is mostly foggy and dark much of the time. Therefore, it has a very adventurous, ancient and dangerous atmosphere. I thought, because of all that, it would be an ideal... Good Morning Ms. Cooper and thank you for agreeing to this interview. I'm sure many of your fans are listening to us now. The first question I'd like to us you is how would you summarize the plot of Over Seas, Under Stone The book is about three young children, Jane, Simon and Barnaby Dr...
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Sound effects
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...mystery of the film is made complex for the audiences so that the interest is kept unaffected. The fact remains that the director and music director have been successful in keep BG for the film. Audiences might also note that there are couples... Sound Effects Sound Effects Sound Effects in the Ghost Hard sound effects including chattering of people sitting in the cafeteria, chewing of the food, enchanting birds, hit on the window etc. Certain instruments were used such as violin, plates, chimes, hand drums and bass drums. Herein, it should be noted that the drums reflected the action of heart beats. Sound Effects in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps As per the reading entitled “Understanding Music” and an...
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The Best Vacation: my trip to China
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...mystery to me. Somehow, the engineering feats of the twentieth century pale in comparison to the ancient construction of the Great Wall of China. Though I knew the Great Wall would be a huge structure, I never imagined that it would be so wide. Walking in the clouds along a towering highway thousands of years old is an experience that I will never... The Best Vacation The best vacation I ever took was a family trip to the Great Wall of China. I have always enjoyed visiting historic sites, andthe Great Wall of China is also one of the most beautiful places in the world. The Great Wall of China was built about 2,500 years ago. Some ancient kingdoms erected the walls in hopes of defending their...
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Essay On Trifles
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...atmosphere of the house is self-explanatory as to how Mr. Wright; the deceased, must have killed the merriment of the house and also of the life of Mrs. Wright. Additionally, in the entire play, the women are called by their last names, the men by their professions. One is not aware of the First names of the ladies in the play, as if their identities are lent to them by their husbands. The men on the other hand too are referred to by their last names; as if they do not possess... ? Your for which the paper is being written Trifles: The Thematic explanation of the Play Susan Glaspell’s ‘Trifles’ is considered one of the earliest feminist dramas, since it portrays two strong female characters, namely; Mrs. ...
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...mystery of the earth being covered by the ice for a long time from one pole of it to another. The snowball idea covers the coldest part of the earth having the climate that is imaginable. This is done by the sun being covered by the icy surface making it not to provide the required sun rays. With all the cold that moderates the weather... by the oceans, making the climate of the atmosphere to be like that of mars. The evidence for the survival is that there were the distribution of the deposits in the Sturtian and Marinoan. The Marine and the thick carbonate are also interacting causing the deposits at the warmest parts in the ocean surface. On the contrary the deposits have...
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Literary Competition for Best Novel
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...mystery and in the end revealed a truth that was evading the unnamed protagonist and the novel's readers the entire length of the book. The novel has stayed true to its genre in keeping the mystery alive throughout and also deepening it as the story progressed; basically in terms of its own kind this novel excels. As far as the aesthetic qualities of this book go, there are qualities of the main character and of her supporting cast that create the perfect atmosphere and state of mind... Teacher 25 September 2007 Literary Criteria, Rebecca, and The Ghost Road When judging any work of literature, there are many criteria with which you might choose to contrast different compositions. Williams (cited...
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You are the sole judge of a new literary competition in which you must choose the best novel of the 20th Century. 1. Examine the critera to be applied in choosi
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...mystery and in the end revealed a truth that was evading the unnamed protagonist and the novel’s readers the entire length of the book. The novel has stayed true to its genre in keeping the mystery alive throughout and also deepening it as the story progressed; basically in terms of its own kind this novel excels. As far as the aesthetic qualities of this book go, there are qualities of the main character and of her supporting cast that create the perfect atmosphere and state of mind... Teacher 25 September 2007 Literary Criteria, Rebecca, and The Ghost Road When judging any work of literature, there are many criteria with which you might choose to contrast different compositions. Williams (cited...
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American History
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...mystery attached to it by superstition. It feels like adventure is going to come my way at any moment with this 'sagacious... Imagine you are making a 17-hour bus ride sitting next to one of the following or characters. Rate your choices, from the one you would most like to sit next to, to the one you would least like to sit next to. Explain your ratings. Given the rarest opportunity of getting leisure in a 17-hour bus ride by way of magical encounter with certain prominent authors and characters of the past, I would predominantly opt to be seated beside 'The Black Cat' for playing a rather light character in E.A. Poe's comic short story where its main attribute interestingly opposes typical notion of...
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Salome opera
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...atmosphere around her, Salome opts for a rebelliously frank and naked quenching of her love and the affiliated sexual and sensual instincts, by choosing to kiss the lips... of the of the Concerned Visual Arts and Film Studies 19 January Salome Opera (2008) and The Skin I live In – A Quest for Love and Sexual Identity Love and sexual identity have been the quintessential themes of all the creative art forms since times immemorial. Perhaps it is so because these two concepts constitute a basic instinct in most humans. Hence, in the same vein, Salome Opera and the movie The Skin I Live In tend to grapple with the themes of love and sexual identity. So much so that these two works of art tend to configure a...
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Music
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...atmosphere as it makes people feel somewhat lost, disoriented and uncomfortable... Voiles” Claude Debussy (France, 1862-1918), Bonds p. 344 https www.youtube.com/watch?v=95_OvaRHwDg The second half of 19th century and the beginning of 20th century in France were culturally significant due to developing Impressionist movement in art. The movement was initiated by artists but it immediately captured composers, writers and poets as well. The piece Voiles by Debussy presents all key features of Impressionism in music; it violates traditional approach to harmony and melody. Music becomes more emotional due to the presence of dissonance elements and complex rhythmic ornament. This piece creates an awkward...
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How is human's memory affected when there are different conditions : quiet atmosphere, loud noise, classical music
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...Effects of Noise and Music on Human Memory and Concentration Effects of Noise and Music on Human Memory and Concentration In the contemporary society, noise is an all but endless factor in people’s day-to-day lives. Sound from car traffic and construction sites are just examples of sources for noise pollution that can have negative effects on people’s health. However, the noise effect is not only centered on an individual’s health, but can also affect their thinking in forms of concentration and recollection of information. Different studies such as Daniel Deigards study of young adults at Stockholm University have shown that background noise is negative to tasks involving reasoning... of Noise and...
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Planets and other celestial objects in the Solar System
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...mystery to some people while those that understand what it really is are awed by its vastness. First of all, the solar system is made up of the star which we call the Sun; many planets namely Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto; and numerous comets, asteroids, and meteoroids. To further understand our solar system, it is important to get to know each planet that makes up the whole solar system. First of all, the earth in which we live in is the only planet that is able to support life. This is because of the fact that it consists of a thin... The Vast Solar System One of the most amazing part of creation would be the solar system. Today, the solar system is still a...
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Is there an 'ideal' approach to restaurant design and what elements create an emotional attachment to the consumer
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...Mystery This refers to the level at which individuals get attracted to seek more information by moving further into the scene. A relatively high positive correlation is seen between preference and mystery. In this case, it is important to design the space of a restaurant with a high degree of mystery. Based on Rose’s (2007) report, certain approaches are essential toward the achievement of mystery. First, there should be a shorter view distance to the first interest point. In the case of a restaurant design, the entrance region should have interest points that provoke... Interior Restaurant Design Introduction Modern business practices and economic environments have led to the inevitable changes in...
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The Vast Solar System
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...mystery to some people while those that understand what it really is are awed by its vastness. First of all, the solar system is made up of the star which we call the Sun; many planets namely Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto; and numerous comets, asteroids, and meteoroids. To further understand our solar system, it is important to get to know each planet that makes up the whole solar system. First of all, the earth in which we live in is the only planet that is able to support life. This is because of the fact that it consists of a thin... ?The Vast Solar System One of the most amazing part of creation would be the solar system. Today, the solar system is still a...
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Jane Eyre
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...mystery and frightening environment and these create an atmosphere of suspense and fright. Jane’s encounters with the ghosts, menacing plots add a strong ambience of fantasy and mystery to the narrative. Jane describes her first weeks at Thornfield, her feelings of imprisonment and her anxiety for liberation and fairness. Jane also displays her feminist nature when she extends her feelings to the English public about women being deprived of their freedom. She also condemns the Victorian perceptions of Gender roles. The narrative states that the Victorian woman suffered from being deprived of their rights. The central narrator... English Literature: Jane Eyre There is genre fluidity in Charlotte Bronte’s ...
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Saturn's Moon Titan
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...mystery to mankind. While Titan is uninhabitable by man, "Scientists believe that Titan's environment may be similar to that of the Earth's before life began putting oxygen into the atmosphere" (Hamilton). The image of a primordial earth has added to Titan's mystique as the Cassini orbiter continues to map and reveal the surface and composition of Saturn's moon, Titan. Understanding the geophysical characteristics of Titan begins with a picture of its chemical composition... Saturn's Moon Titan Titan, one of the largest moons in the solar system, has intrigued mankind as it was often thought to mirror earth's compositionand possibly have the ingredients necessary to support life. Shrouded in a dark and...
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The Moon Illusion
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...mystery. So, in some explanations trying to account for the Moon Illusion, besides intellectual calculations, often there are emotional... Introduction This writing reviews explanations and supporting theories about "The Moon Illusion," the phenomenon experienced by most people watching the moon rise above the horizon. The moon appears to be perceptibly bigger than it looks hours later that same night when it is much higher in the sky. Does it really look bigger Is it an optical illusion Is it always the same size and, thus, a person's eyes play tricks What do the explanations say Background Studying the collective body of works about "The Moon Illusion" that experts have produced throughout the ages, on...
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The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allen Poe
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...atmosphere of death... Number Your 13 October 2006 The Inevitability of "The Fall of the House of Usher" In a foreboding old mansion set into a blasted landscape, a terrifying scenario unfurls. Edgar Allen Poe needs no ghosts or vampires to pull this off; there are no supernatural elements to "The Fall of the House of Usher." Instead, he employs an old literary tradition, using the landscape to reflect the psychological state of the landowner. Given Roderick Usher's moribund mind, the grounds and the house can only be expected to produce a disconcerting effect on the viewer. The house is haunted, not by the dead, but by the barely-living. Poe's depiction of a crumbling world introduces the fragile...
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Review a play (yankee Tavern)
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...mysterious and the way he walks out of the bar, after indicating he knows more stuff about everyone and everything than he logically should, gives that mystery... Yankee Tavern – Play Review I found Yankee Tavern to be a maddening, extremely provocative play that keeps youcompelled during the whole length of it. "The only way that conspiracies dont happen is if everything is a coincidence." Spoken somewhere in the deep, darkening thicket of act 2, this powerful and immensely persuasive statement definitely put me in a mind – boggling state. Yet this is the part I loved most about the play. It made me question all the conspiracy theories I have ever come across in my life, whether they were large, import...
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Musical theatre
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...mysterious. The most impressive scene is labyrinth with candles, which created the atmosphere of magic and mystery simultaneously. The audience is also enchanted... Musical theatre Firstly it is necessary give a definite explanation of what musical theatre is. It is known that musical theatre is a kind of theatre which comprises singing, dancing, music and spoken dialogues. Musical theatre is told to be connected with opera which is characterized by the different forms of popular music, but the instrumentation is different. (Bordman 1992) Musical theatre has a long history comprising traditional forms and traditional structures. The art of writing musical is always stretching and involving new art forms....
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Life present in the eastern epistemology presented in the Tao Te Ching
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...mystery after mystery on his way towards the gate of hell. Dante uses a spotted leopard, a lion, and a she-wolf to symbolize different traits of the society, which as the atmosphere in description is, represent an unclear... Life Present In the Eastern Epistemology Presented In the Tao Te Ching Tao Te Ching presents a deep philosophical message that explores the nature of life and its aspects as it was in the Eastern epistemology. Having written during a time when either governance of many states was under absolute monarchy or a province of a major empire, Tao Te Ching endeavors to analyze the meaning of life between the governed and the governors. His writings indicate a period when the true meaning of ...
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Planet of Mercury
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...atmosphere, seasons, moons, satellites, or rings (“NASA” 1). As such, it is a very unique planet which is difficult but worth studying. There are only 58 million Kilometers separating the sun from Mercury (“NASA” 1) thus making the study of Mercury difficult... the sun (“NASA” 1). Nevertheless, it is a rocky planet and the innermost planet and hence the fastest in its orbit where even the name Mercury emanates from its speed in making a complete spin. Very few scientists have visited Mercury. Indeed, only two spacecraft have visited Mercury with Mariner 10 going to Mercury between 1974 and 1975 while the MESSENGER started going to Mercury in 2004 and completed three rotations around mercury...
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Intro to Astronmy
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...atmosphere; this layer of gases has pressure that is able to support breathing and other functionalities of the body. Without the atmospheric pressure, there would have been no living on earth this too is a mystery. Oxygen, a gas that aides us to burn down the food that we have taken, carbon... College Introduction to Astronomy Chapter 4: Gravitation and the Waltz of the planets Dawn is being used to exploit the planets and to know there different characteristics. Pictures from mars and Jupiter are being taken from the self driven rocket sent by man to exploit the outside world. This aircraft is the first to ever orbit any body outside the asteroid belt. During the ancient days, astronomers believed...
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Astronomy
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...mystery to the same degree as it had been throughout all of history... unite to form the ‘face’ of the moon. The Man in the Moon’s eyes have been labeled “’Mare Imbrium’ and ‘Mare Serenitatis’. The nose, ‘Sinus Aestuum’ and the mouth, which appears to be smiling, is a combination of the ‘Mare Cognitum’ and ‘Mare Nubium’” (Heiken et al, 1991). The Earth’s sky appears to be blue because its atmosphere diffracts light in such a way that produces this familiar illusion. The moon has no atmosphere therefore its sky appears as it actually is, black. The gravity on the moon is much less (one-sixth) than on Earth. An illustration of the difference could be seen when...
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Intro to Astronmy
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...atmosphere; this layer of gases has pressure that is able to support breathing and other functionalities of the body. Without the atmospheric pressure, there would have been no living on earth this too is a mystery. Oxygen, a gas that aides us to burn down the food that we have taken... College Introduction to Astronomy Chapter 4: Gravitation and the Waltz of the planets Dawn is being used to exploit the planets and to know there different characteristics. Pictures from mars and Jupiter are being taken from the self driven rocket sent by man to exploit the outside world. This aircraft is the first to ever orbit any body outside the asteroid belt. During the ancient days, astronomers believed that the...
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