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John Keats: 'To Autumn'
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...Autumn” John Keats was an English romantic poet in the early 1800s. One of his best works “To Autumn” is both beautiful and lyrical, the words creating an entire scene painting a picture in our minds of great imagery with words that create color, tone, and environment. The poem means much more than just the description of the season. While some critics have considered it a static poem, there are others who disagree with that assessment. The poem discusses time and the seasonal nature of life. The poem can sometimes be thought of as symbolizing a life that has reached its peak and is drifting towards the sleep of winter. The construction... ?Jeffrey Rozenberg Prof Diberdano December 11, John Keats: “To...
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John Keats Ode to Autumn
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...Autumn” A. Topic: “Ode to Autumn” by John Keats B. Tentative thesis sentence: Seasons have a remarkable impact on the human senses. C. Major points: The insightful explanations of each of the physical changes that take place in autumn give readers an insight into the poet’s love for nature and reminds one of the good times spent with someone special, in the past. Evidence to Thesis: Each stanza has a unique description of autumn that the speaker of the poem praises and compares the season to a goddess who silently observes her surroundings. 1. “Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, Close bosom-friend of the maturing sun…” 2. “Thee sitting careless on a granary floor... Outline: John Keats’ “Ode to...
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Shitaos Drunk in Autumn Woods
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...Autumn Woods” By al Affiliation> September 14, The painting entitled “Drunk in Autumn Woods” created by Shitao (Zhu Ruoji) during the time period 1702 was made from a hanging scroll with ink and color on paper as the medium (Shitao 1702). From brief historical overview of the painting and from reported inscriptions in the painting, the art work was deemed to have been inspired by one of the painter’s friends who allegedly asked him to paint the picture with the indicated theme. Viewers are provided the discretion by the painter to interpret a meaningful story from what is perceived to be happening in the painting. The current discourse hereby aims to present... Visual Analysis: Shitao’s “Drunk in...
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Autumn Moon Festival in San Francisco
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...Autumn Moon Festival in San Francisco Table of Contents I. Introduction .......................................................................................... 3 II. History of Moon Cake Festival ............................................................. 3 III. This Year’s Autumn Moon Festival in San Francisco ........................... 4 IV. Culture and Tradition of Autumn Moon Festival in San Francisco .... 5 V. The Music of Past and Present ............................................................ 6 VI. Conclusion ............................................................................................ 6 References... ...
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The Spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States
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...Autumn Period" and the "Warring s” Introduction In a given societal setting, there are virtues accorded to the system that drives the creation of the regulations that provide the rules to be implemented. The organized social setting accords a unified system that succeeds in providing the needed union and responsibility among the members. Political structures and the leadership styles are defined by the created cultures within the society. Most periods are defined by the events that had been associated with the region, religion or political system that had governed these areas. The structure of the society has been built based on development attributes, that are presented within variable... "Spring and...
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Fall. Keats's poem To Autumn is sometimes grouped with his various Odes, although the poem's title does not specify th
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...Autumn” A surface reading of John Keats’s “To Autumn” gives us vivid images of the season: its abundance, colors, and sounds. The poet, being the master of his craft, carefully structures each stanza to represent the movement of autumn — from how it begins, to how it continues through mid-autumn, and up until it ends. Interestingly, the phase of autumn also parallel how each day moves from morning, noon, and evening. Keats captures the splendor of the season’s abrupt changes in its phase and skillfully turned its scenes into a short three-stanza masterpiece. The poet, who casually addresses the season as “To Autumn”, expresses... ? [Teacher       On the Ripeness of Life:  An Analysis of John Keats's “To...
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Produce your college technical note for : Condition Scoring and its use/ importance in autumn and spring calving suckler cows
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...Autumn and Spring Calving Suckler Cows Condition scoring is one of themost underutilized means of assuring health cattle and more so suckler cows. One of the biggest challenges in use of condition scoring is the fact that most people even those in farming do not know how to successfully employ the technique. In situations where some have knowledge on the techniques they are hampered by inconsistency and therefore end up with the wrong scores. The ramification of this is that it becomes difficult to guarantee the body condition of the suckler cow throughout the season. This is quite risky given the changing seasons and different food demands. In producing... ? Condition Scoring and Its Use/ Importance in...
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The Interrelationship Between Music and Program in Vivaldis Violin Concerto in F minor, Op. 8, no. 3 Autumn (The Four Seasons) (1725)
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...Autumn” (The Four Seasons) (1725) The music of Vivaldi’s Violin Concerto in F minor “Autumn” primarily follows the conventions of the Baroque concerto, but the words to the poem assist the composer to paint a more descriptive picture. The ritornello form used in the “Autumn” concerto is clear. The tutti section in the first movement outlines the theme and is repeated numerous times in variation throughout the movement. The solo sections embellish on the main theme as well as moving into more free-flowing segments. The Italian Concerto format of three movements (fast, slow, fast) is a basic standard... ?The Interrelationship Between Music and Program in Vivaldi’s Violin Concerto in F minor, Op. 8, no. 3...
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Calligraphy Box with Design of Autumn Flowers and Grasses under the Sun and the Moon by Igarashi Doho from 17th century Japan
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...Autumn Flowers and Grasses under the Sun and the Moon by Igarashi Doho from 17th century Japan Japanese art and calligraphy are rich in history with the earliest artwork being associated with the Jomon art (Brinkley 25). The art has developed from the use of string to make markings on the outer surfaces of clay, to the use of lacquer. Artists such as Igarashi Doho are famous for the incorporation of past and modern technologies in developing their art. The calligraphy box designed with autumn flowers and grasses under the sun and the moon by Igarashi Doho that is sourced from the 17th century represents one of many miniature art forms where lacquer was used... due: Calligraphy Box with Design of Autumn...
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Close Reading of a Poem To Autum by John Keats
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...Autumn by John Keats It is necessary to stress that To Autumn by John Keats is frequently called the easiest ode written by this poet. However, this point of view does not lessen its significance. The ode under consideration makes the readers pay attention to the things that take place around them and evaluate the gifts given by autumn to all people. John Keats admires and glorifies this season demonstrating its importance. The ode To Autumn may be called a didactic writing because it teaches to love nature and encourages taking care of it. The poem seems to be “a speaker’s letter to the harvest time” that reveals his gratitude and admiration... World Literature 2 October Close Reading of a Poem: To...
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Why are people fascinated by red leaves
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...autumn. This is especially true because people associate seeing the red color on leaves with the season of autumn that it also evokes a mesmerizing feeling. Inductive inference relates the sight of red leaves to a season. Gathering Data It would be amiss to correlate the fascination... Observation People have always had a strong fascination towards red leaves. Many people are often in awe when they see a red leaf over seeing regular green leaves from plants and trees. The perception over red leaves differ and this may be due well-defined reasons. Define problem Why are people fascinated with red leaves? Hypothesis People are captivated by red leaves because of their uniqueness and the inference of aut...
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Art
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...Autumn Road – Artist William Hook Order No. 511847 www.portnoygalleries.com/williamhook/index.html Facts William Hook was born in Kansas America in 1948 and is recognized as one of America’s leading landscape artists. He pursued a career in art at the Kansas city Art Institute and continued his studies at the art center college of design at Los Angeles between 1970- 72. William Hook has been greatly inspired by the American landscape and we see this reflected in most of his works. Most of his paintings have large skies with distant mountains and low horizons. He makes use of vivid color accentuated by broad brush strokes. He was recognized for his outstanding work in art...
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A discussion by Lanston Hughes
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...Autumn (by Langston Hughes) of Submitted: EARLY AUTUMN The psychological state of both Bill and Mary is characterized by feelings of regret. It is obvious the two of them had regretted not having married each other years earlier, all for just the silly reasons that lovers often quarrel about, how insignificant things can often get out of hand. A careful reading of this short story reminds us of unrequited love, that of Romeo and Juliet by the great English author and playwright William Shakespeare. Their sense of loss is magnified by the feeling of not having married the person of their first love, of having families and kids now of their own but it is amplified by the awkwardness... of their...
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Poems
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...autumn where the “leaves are yellow, or none, or few do hand,” to the end of the day when “sweet birds sang,” and “after sunset fadeth in the west,” and to the remnants of the fire which is slowly “consum’d with that which it was nourished by.” In the last two lines of the sonnet, the speaker tells his lover that he/she must perceive this old age and that he/she must love him/her more with the knowledge that the speaker will soon be forever gone. To Autumn John Keat’s poem entitled To Autumn... 03 September 2007 Poems Sonnet 73 In this sonnet written by William Shakespeare, the speaker makes use of intensive metaphor to talk about his old age. It should be noted that old age has been compared to...
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Art work
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...Autumn Rhythm (30) The artwork above is an painting which was done by Jackson Pollock back in 1950. When I saw the piece of art, I must admit I was astonished and impressed at the same time. This is because one cannot fail to notice it among others. The immediate question is how the artist managed all that level of detail during those late ages. In this piece, Johnson portrays the mixed and confusing nature of autumn season. This is observed from the horizontal and vertical, thin and thick together with the heavy and buoyant painting mechanisms, which ingrains a mixed sensation conveyed to the audience of this piece. The Autumn Rhythm has...
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Current event business articles relative to managerial accounting
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...autumn of Summer Link: http www.economist.com/news/business/21646744-future-nonagenarians-media-empire-looks-ever-more-uncertain-autumn-sumner The article entitled Viacom: The autumn of Summer is about Viacom’s declining share due to several factors. To date, its shares have fallen by 21% and its assets are down by 4% while its revenue had been flat for several years. The ratings of its TV stations also have slipped by 30% since February 2010. The managerial accounting problem stated in the article is the reduced profit and shrinking market share due to its declining ratings. Analysis The changing technology... Teacher Current event business article related to managerial accounting: Viacom: The...
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Analytical response paper for Ted Koosier's Local Wonders: Seasons in the Bohemian Alps This papers should be focused on a th
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...Autumn Kooser mentions that he thought when he reaches middle age, his life would be more peaceful --- focusing more on vacations... , relaxations, and visits to relatives. That was how it was until he discovered he has cancer. The treatments he went through and the realities he faced during this period made him look back to how his life had been, which jumpstarts his process of viewing life differently. It is obvious in Kooser’s writings that autumn is his favorite season. It is noticeable in his description of the “official morning of autumn, sunny, cool, and breezy..the leaves just beginning to fall..the last of the barn swallows have finally set out for...
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Music
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...Autumn by John Stevens The music, which is played by trumpet, piano and baritones, is expressively turned with great performance straight from the vocal part. The music literally raises tremendous memories of the autumn season regardless of how far the season could be through its expressive simultaneous performance of the musical instruments and the vocal part, which remains, breathtaking and propulsive throughout the song. The song remains one of the greatest arrangements of the first brass quintet that is deliberate... Capriccio by Philip Sparkle The song is very carefully thought of with no false elongation and it seemed one of the finest performance. The song was natural and everyone could have...
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How Hughes uses setting to reveal the characters psychological states and to convey their sense of loss
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...autumn’ brings to our attention a very regular incident – a unexpected meetings of two lovers, Mary and Bill, who separated years ago. This seemingly simple tale upon close scrutiny reveals emotional undercurrents beneath the calm surface in the brief meetings these two lovers have through the exquisite deployment of setting and manipulation of characterization. Firstly we see how Hughes artfully selects time of his narration; the end of autumn and the initial stages of winter, a transitional period between a hot season and a cold one, to aid the readers... ?Explain how Hughes uses setting to reveal the characters’ psychological s and to convey their sense of loss.  Hughes through his short story ‘Early...
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Fashion analyse Christian Dior
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...Autumn/ Winter 2009 The Autumn/ Winter 2009 (AW09) Couture collection from Christian Dior was presented without extravagant sets or huge crowds (Mower, 2009). Figure 1... and Number of the Teacher’s FASHION ANALYSIS: CHRISTIAN DIOR INVESTIGATING THEIR SUPPLY CHAIN AND PRODUCTION PROCESSES Introduction The French fashion house started by Christian Dior (1905-1957) is recognized all over the world for its high quality fashion garments, accessories and other consumer products such as leather goods, wines, spirits, perfumes, cosmetics, watches and jewelleries. The group of companies “markets its products through exclusive boutiques and licensed distibutors” (Report, 2009) in Europe, the Uni...
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How do Greenberg and Rosenberg interpret Pollocks work differently
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...autumn rhythm and reinforce the ideas of Rosenberg and Greenberg of modern art through special motive for extinguishing the objects to be portrayed in the painting. Pollock’s method involved reproducing and redesigning the image that maybe of an actual or an imagination of the real object before putting down the object on approaching the easel. For this reason and the special motive used by Pollock in his work of art makes his paintings be like the autumn rhythm (Jackson, 46). Works Cited Clement G. Modernist Painting . Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 1965. Print. Jackson Pollock. Autumn Rhythm. Fayetteville: U of Arkansas, 1950....
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Healthcare marketing
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...Autumn Thurgood discussion reply According to Autumn post on the discussion, it is evident that Inez made the right choice when she decided to take a leadership role. We are amazed by her amicable skills in leading others despite having a number of conflicts in her team. Kyrie Roberson discussion reply According to Kyrie Robertson, Inez is a wise lady in leading such a team. She exhibited good skills in being a leader. For example, her team had trust and faith in her, a component which all leaders have. All in all, he manage to unite all the members including Gary to work as a team for a common goal... Discussion Replies Jason Nestoryak discussion reply I do concur with Jason Nestoryak discussion on...
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Art history essay3
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...Autumn Rhythm is one of his greatest arts (Halasz, 308). He created this artwork in October of 1950, and the works illustrate a sophisticated linear outline, thereby highlighting a critical balance between accident and control that he maintained over most of his works. Using the pouring and the dripping techniques, Pollock successfully managed to create an unconventional high-quality painting on a unexpended canvas laid on the floor. The Autumn Rhythm also depicts the new... Post-Painterly Paradigm This paper endeavors to discuss new approaches of artists to object, thereby highlighting their dissimilar inflections. As such, the part first considers the works of Jackson Pollock. Jackson Pollock’s Autumn ...
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Pride and Prejudice: Author's Usage of Different Settings
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...autumn wherein it is seen as a season of “...preparation and a foreshadowing of new life and growth“ (Wingard). In the novel, three autumns came to the Bennets. These were the arrivals of Mr. George Wickham, Mr. Charles Bingley with Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, and Rev. William Collins... and section Reversal and Revelation: The Five Seasons of Pride and Prejudice by Sara Wingard Pride and Prejudice is a novel that extends the emotions and situations of its characters to the events that are occuring in its environment, i.e. the changing of the seasons. In Sara Wingard’s analysis, she points out that Austen conforms the changes of the seasons to the conditions of each character. The novel begins and ends with...
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The four seasons
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...autumn. I, in this paper, discuss the four weather seasons. Summer is one of the four weather seasons and is characterized by long days and short nights. It occurs in regions around the North and the South Pole and is experienced when the pole is tilted towards the sun. Effects of the sun are therefore stronger. The temperatures are high with heat waves and the season brings drought and dry winds... The four seasons Weather defines the daily atmospheric condition of a place and is determined by elements such as levels of temperature, rain, humidity, wind strength, and amount of clouds in the sky. These elements changes along systematic patterns that define four major seasons, summer, winter, spring, and...
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Go to the The Museum of Edgar Allan Poe
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...autumn. Since Poe died in October which is after summer season and in the middle of autumn, it is possible that he had contracted the encephalitis in summer and his condition worsened which resulted to his demise. CITED WORKS Ahuja, Vyas. Textbook of Postgraduate Psychiatry. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers Publishers, 1999. Print. “Edgar Allan Poe-Full Episode.” The Biography Channel website. 1 April 2013 http://www.biography.com/people/edgar-allan-poe-9443160/videos/edgar-allan-poe-full-episode-2104513528.... The death of Edgar Allan Poe may be due to a kind of encephalitis. The disease has symptoms similar to rabies virus infection. The illness is may be caused by a virus, bacteria and sometimes fungi....
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Li Bai: Two poem comparison
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...Autumn Air’ is another short poem where the poet talks about his loneliness. In many Chinese proverbs, autumn is associated with emptiness and loneliness. It was believed with Chinese people in the past that this kind of whether made people sad. So it could be understood that the poet in this poem is feeling sad and lonely... [Supervisor Li Bai: Poem Comparison Li Bai belonged to the Tang Dynasty of China and is regarded as one of the most famous and influential poets of the country till date. The contribution that he has made to the literature of China has earned him the title of ‘The immortal poet.’ This means that he will always be remembered by the people and country of China for the beautiful poems ...
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Poetry
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...autumn dusk. I feel as if the subject of the poem is waiting for death. 2(a) Three techniques that this poem uses are alliteration (bare branch, rook roosts), imagery (bare branch, autumn dusk) and meter (4-3-3 syllables). 2(b) Alliteration gives the poem... Poetry a) The poem has the effect of bringing me down, making me feel subdued, like I should be getting ready to go to bed. 1(b) The subject matter of the poem is to present an image of a bird. The bird is a rook who sits on a bare branch toward evening in the fall. Thinking about this subject, though, I realize that this particular kind of bird is usually associated with death. This idea is reinforced by the ideas of the bare branch and the au...
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Poem analysis
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...autumn. Calling the wood “yellow” would suggest that the leaves are in the process of changing colors. Furthermore, as the setting of the poem is a path in the woods, it is easy for the reader to conjure an image to match what they are reading; there is no limit of the imagination when... Poem Analysis “The Road Not Taken” is a poem by Robert Frost that tells about a traveler’s decision to take the road less used by other travelers when he comes upon a fork in the woods. The interpretation of his journey and the plot can be looked at in two different ways -- literally and ironically. In a literal sense, the traveler’s decision to go down the path less traveled can be seen as a choice of individualism and ...
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Public Speaking, Paraphrase a poem
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...autumn is making flowers wither, as we read that the bear is picking up flowers from the bad brickyards and gutters, and eating all of them. The bear, to me, seems like a sad animal here that is finding peace and happiness by picking up withered flowers and eating them up, although he is shown as smiling. The animal might have been beaten by its owner, and has escaped from him. He might have... Self-Portrait as a Bear’ by Donald Hall Donald Hall, in his poem ‘Self-Portrait as a Bear’, is talking about a bear that is fat and has awkwardly funny wings hanging down at his shoulders. It is walking in parking lots carrying its huge stomach with him. It is October, which means that it is the fall season. The...
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John Keat's Poetry
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...Autumn, Keats is lost in his images. The poem gives not only fullness and softness... Swarnambika S Kristy 4th Year Romantic Literature 01 April 2007 Use of images in Keats' poetry from ical art and Mythology IntroductionJohn Keats attached great importance to imagination. The negative capability of Keats is not the result of any intellectual process. It results from imagination. Keats was always suspicious of reason. He believed in imagination alone. In one of his letters he writes, "What the imagination seizes as Beauty must be true". Like Shakespeare, Keats himself was of imagination impact. It was with his rich imagination that he could make his poems spontaneous. In the poem, Ode to Autumn...
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Fall colours
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...autumn or fall. The normal green lush leaves turn into yellow, orange, purple, brown or red, which are aptly termed fall colours. One is particularly interested in finding out the scientific explanation to fall colours. There must be a clear rationale why some leaves turn yellow and some turn into brighter red. The current discourse aims to present how science explains this vivid phenomenon. Science Content The general perception is that cold weather or autumn is the predominant reason for the colour change... are present in the leaf throughout the growing season. Red and purple pigments come from anthocyanins. In the fall anthocyanins are manufactured from the sugars that are trapped in the...
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Arts Criticism and Cultural & Historical Perspectives on-line explorations
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...Autumn Grasses in Moonlight Autumn Grasses in Moonlight Shibata Zeshin Meiji period (1868–1912) Japan Two-panel folding screen; ink, lacquer, and silver leaf on paper The painting Autumn Grasses in Moonlight represents the work of Shibata Zeshin in the Meiji period between1868 to 1912. This 19th century painting shows brush strokes of grasshoppers and cricket as it appears at sunset. The significance of the painting includes the Japanese endowed style of gazing at the moon. The painting, therefore, signifies the passing of time and watching as it passes by (Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History). The big idea being explored in Autumn Grasses in Moonlight... Art Cultural and Historical Perspective Autumn...
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Poetry Essay - That Time of Year (Sonnet 73) by William Shakespeare
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...autumn, twilight, and fire, all of which are beautiful, lovely things. The last two lines of the poem help to confirm how the narrator feels in regard to his old age, stating that, “This thou perceivest, which makes thy love more strong, To love that well which thou must leave ere long.” The narrator’s attitude towards the subject matter is unlike that of most people when it comes to the topics of old age and death, as can be seen from the mood of the poem. Far from mentioning... Sonnet 73 by William Shakespeare Shakespeare’s Sonnet 73 tells about the narrator’s age and his ever-growing closeness to death, comparing himself to different times of the seasons and of the day, as well as various other...
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Earwig Insect
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...autumn, and are mostly found together in winter or autumn. During mating, males and females live in soil, debris or crevices. After mating, sperms are capable of being in the female for long duration, months, before fertilization of eggs. Between mid winter and early spring, males leave. Thereafter, females start laying between 20 and 80 pearly white eggs. Parasitic earwigs are viviparous; hence produce live young ones during birth (Fisher, 2005). 3. Structure and Function The reproductive system of the earwig females comprises; lateral oviducts, genital chamber, ovaries and spermatheca. Sperm is stored in the spermatheca, and the egg leaves... Earwig Insects Introduction The earwig insects belong to...
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Vivaldis Violin Concerto in F minor
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...Autumn” (The Four Seasons) (1725) The musicof Vivaldi’s Violin Concerto in F minor “Autumn” primarily follows the conventions of the Baroque concerto, but the words to the poem assist the composer to paint a more descriptive picture. The ritornello form used in the “Autumn” concerto is clear. The tutti section in the first movement outlines the theme and is repeated numerous times in variation throughout the movement. The solo sections embellish on the main theme as well as moving into more free-flowing segments. The Italian Concerto format of three movements (fast, slow, fast) is a basic standard... The Interrelationship Between Music and Program in Vivaldi’s Violin Concerto in F minor, Op. 8, no. 3...
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Hollywood Portrayal of Cancer
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...Autumn in New York, both of which have their main protagonists suffering from cancer, and enjoying life to the fullest, knowing that they only have a little time to live. These films utilized the theme of cancer to bring to the audience the message of "seizing the day," but not necessarily to educate the audience about the realities of the illness. As will be seen in the analysis that will follow, much of the portrayals of cancer... in the aforementioned films are executed with very little details about the illness and were incorporated into the story only as an ingredient to appeal to the emotions of the viewers, notwithstanding the inadequacies of the realism. Sweet November and...
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Analysis of Gail Tsukiyama's novel The Samurai's Garden
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...Autumn, p. 31. The undoing stories of his new friends, war, and family eventually brings him to the beginnings of wisdom, love, honor and loss. The basic argument of the novel is loyalty and honor found in Japanese culture. The significance of the novel’s title is attained through the complex relationship that exists between the characters and the physical adversities and conflicts they face. Gail Tsukiyama also alludes to one’s ability to build upon life as opposed to mere acceptance. Themes Coming of age By the time Stephen prepares to spend time at Tarumi, he was a mature man. However, his maturity is more... ANALYSIS OF GAIL TSUKIYAMA'S NOVEL " THE SAMURAI'S GARDEN Plot summary When Stephen is...
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The Greek Island Crete
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...autumn and spring (Georgiou, pg.56). The flora is rich in herbs and pharmaceutical plants like thyme and labdanum and a variety of flowers like tulips and orchids. It also has varied fauna like wild goats, tree frogs and birds. Works cited Duke, P. G. The tourists gaze, the Cretans glance archaeology and tourism on a Greek island. Walnut Creek, CA. Left Coast Press. 2007. Print. Georgiou, Alexia. Greek Islands. Singapore. APA Publications. 2010. Print. Willett, David. Greek Islands. Footscray, Australia. Lonely Planet. 2004. Print.... The Greek Island Crete The island of Crete located at the of eastern Mediterranean is the largest of Greek islands measuring about 260 km length and a width of 60km. It...
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Concert report
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...autumn, Vivaldi provides instruction of the drunkards have fallen asleep. The texture of each of his concerto also varies. However, each seems to resemble the respective... Report on the Four Seasons Concert The concert I went to was en d Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. It was held on November 8th and 9th at 8PM at Abravane Hall. The concert featured Violinist Nicola Benedetti and Thierry Fischer, the Utah symphony during Vivaldi’s legendary tour de forces The Four Season. This paper provides a brief report on the Four Seasons concert. The first piece to be discussed is Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons for violin and orchestra, Opus 8, Nos. 1-4. In these four concertos, referred to Le Quattro stagioni, Vivaldi inco...
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Macro Trend for Anthropology's 2015 Fall/Winter Collection
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...Autumn Winter 2015 Concept Project for Anthropologie on Behance."Behance. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Nov. 2014.... Core Concept and Macro Trend of Anthropologie Fall/Winter Collection Color Anthropologie’s winter collection utilizes a blend of bright colors along with a predominantly bluish tint to bring forth a collection that attracts and suits its audience for the upcoming season (Behance.net n.p.). Although the choice of colors is in sharp contrast to the traditional choice of colors that is made by competitors, it makes sense since the whole collection is designed to adjust and enhance the color schemes. Fabric story The choice of fabrics is made keeping in view the season for which the collection is des...
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Death and Impermanence from Nothing Gold Can Stay (Frost)
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...autumn for the same thing. Perhaps Dickinson’s poem is more depressing, in the end, due to the way that she emphasizes the suddenness of death... , which is the “inner weather,” and the metaphor of autumn and the other seasons is the outer weather (Moynihan, 1958, p. 348). The first thing that is striking about this poem is that it implies that autumn is the first stage of nature, when Frost states that “Nature’s First Green is Gold.” This is because, naturally, gold is an autumnal color, while green is the color of spring. If Frost is talking about the stages of man, a person is the autumn of their life is somebody who is...
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Wallace Stevens Death of Soldier & EE Cummings Sweet Old Etceter
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...autumn’, W. Stevens takes on a perspective that embraces practicality where no point of despair becomes necessary. Time instead serves as an indispensable element in the poem and even ‘death’ which is said to be ‘absolute’ and ‘without memorial’ is subject to the constant changing of season. Unlike with Faulkner’s narrative which appears to celebrate sensible aspects of living through remarkable human traits, Stevens’ brief work can be felt to assume rigidity, perhaps to drive any huge amount of agony over death. As if to deprive the poem of components that lead... Analysis of Poems by Wallace Stevens and E.E. Cummings in Comparison to Faulkner’s ‘Two Soldiers’ In William Faulkner’s ‘Two Soldiers’, the...
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An major event in my life
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...autumn carnival. It was an enthusiastic and pleasuring experience that my classmates and I had together. It happened in the duration of military training, virtually a week given that we had gone to the high school. As we were virtually novel students who came from diverse cultures and backgrounds in Shandong, we had not made a number of allies by that moment. The feeling of being lonely engulfed as. It is common knowledge that Mid-autumn is a get together day for families to assemble and be grateful for the full moon... A major event in my life Task Introduction Many of the actions in life usually seem irrelevant to a person, but on second thoughts about life can really intrigue spontaneous happenings...
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Explication essay on shakespeares sonnet 73 the time of year thou mayest in me
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...autumn, sunset and damping fire. Every of these metaphors are worked over skillfully. The unexpected ending about love does not disprove this melancholic content. On the contrary it brings pinch lyrical sounding to the whole poem. The reader understands at ones what time of a year the author is talking about. It is possible to understand it straight after the very first... Sonnet 73 by Shakespeare Sonnets by Shakespeare are deservingly placed among the best poetic creations in the world. One of the most famous, Sonnet 73 has unique metaphorical structure: the poet tells about his old age and coming death. In order to render his feelings, he sequentially uses three well-known metaphors: metaphor of...
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Artifacts in vancouver
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...Autumn Leaves Location: Mainland St. and Smithe St. “Every leaf speaks bliss to me/ Fluttering from the autumn tree” (Bronthe 3-4). In these lines, Emily Bronthe speaks of nature’s positive effect on emotions. Imprinted on the pavement where an actual tree stands are these leaves ubiquitously placed one after the other. At a certain angle the leaves almost look like they are in pairs and in a row. Some are heavily etched on the concrete while others are ever so lightly marked with some parts of the leaf not as pronounced. No evidence can be had on the origins of this artifact. Whether it was placed intentionally as some form of unexpected decoration or...
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Blogs about Fashion designer's news and their brand
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...autumn / winter collection of 2010 / 2011 but the fashion world missed the opportunity because of the untimely death. The closed acquaintances of this great... Blog Entries Blog The fashion world was taken by storm by the sudden demise of the Lee McQueen. Aged only 40, there was no doubt that he was one of the most promising fashion designers of not only United Kingdom but also that of the modern world. A sudden effect of grief has encapsulated the entire fashion world and even the family of Lee was shocked over the happening of the things. The editor of the fashion journal of repute British ‘Vogue’ commented that Lee had the rare ability to influence the entire generation of designers with his...
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Calvin college
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...autumn 2009 when she started attending our church. The very first time I met her, I thought that she was a shy person. Yet, she was willing to join in lunch with other group members in order to get to know them better. After a month, she came to ask me if she could join the bible study group at church. I... October 23th To Whom It May Concern, It gives me great pleasure in recommending one of my best church members, Ms. Lim, to enter your undergraduate program for the next fall semester. As the youth leader of her bible study group, I have been impressed with her diligence, honesty, and faith in God. She is one of the few members who have never skipped my bible class. I first got to know her in autumn 20...
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Mountains and Molehills
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...autumn to cold winter. It also serves as a home for the Guadalupe Mountains National Park which is located to the south of Carlsbad. This national park is also a home for several rare... Mountains and Molehills The Guadalupe Mountains are a mountain range which is located in West Texas. The range of mountains includes the Guadalupe peak which is around 2667 m above sea level and is the highest summit in Texas. They are surrounded by the South plains to the east and north and the Sacramento Mountains to the west. This northwest region is bounded by a cliff called “The Rim” which extends up to the Sacramento Mountains. These mountains experience different climate during seasons ranging from summer, mild...
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Summary and Analysis of Why Leaves Turn Color in the Fall
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...autumn differ with respect to location; she attributes it to the differences in climate in different locations. I think that the author wants to describe how the cycle of the leaves and human experiences can be linked to each other. Leaves grow initially as green to yellow to brown and falls as it age; similarly, humans start from being young, to adult, to dotage and dies as they age. Also, human differences are influenced by the individual environment they belong into. Leaves in Europe are brighter in colour than those in China or vice versa. This may imply that differences in environmental settings affect how humans physically and emotionally. Works Cited Ackerman,...
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