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Ballad of Birmingham by Dudley Randall
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...Ballad of Birmingham” by Dudley Randall While the “Ballad of Birmingham” is Dudley Randall’s poem that depicts a significant event in American history when a Birmingham church at Alabama was bombed in 1963 by the Ku Klux Klan, the core theme chiefly bears the aftermath of huge loss that, for a span, had become excruciating for families that lost their profoundly beloved members. In particular, the poem presents a narrative of a mother and a daughter dialoguing consent prior to the occurrence of the bombing incident. Rhyming and repetition of certain lines throughout the piece form the ballad structure and one may suppose perhaps, Randall’s choice of ballad instead... Close Reading Literary Analysis of...
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Wordsworth's Ballad Expostulation and Reply
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...BALLAD, "EXPOSTULATION AND REPLY" GRACE SARKAR Order No. 431566 18 April 2010 Table of Contents Introduction 3 Language and Literature 3 Stylistic Literature 7 Excellence in complexities 11 Conclusion 13 Sources 14 EXPLORE THE RICH COMPLEXITIES OF POINT OF VIEW IN WORDSWORTH AND COLERIDGES LYRICAL BALLAD, "EXPOSTULATION AND REPLY" Introduction William Wordsworth allows the poem to speak for itself. The question in the poem is simple and straightforward. "WHY, William... Explore the rich complexities of point of view EXPLORE THE RICH COMPLEXITIES OF POINT OF VIEW IN WORDSWORTH AND COLERIDGES LYRICAL BALLAD, ...
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Literature Essay on Ballad of Birmingham poem
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...Ballad of Birmingham The poem, “Ballad of Birmingham,” by Dudley Randall dramatizes the racial tensions and violence that were witnessed in the United States in 1963. The dialogue between the mother and the little girl captures the various issues that revolve around the core subject of racial violence, which swept through the American society at the time of the poem’s publication. The effective use of various stylistic devices and the words in the poem have been brought out in ways that give strong hints to the social realities that divided the white-dominated society and the African Americans (Armstring 197; Randall 143). From the first verse, the poet uses stressed and unstressed syllables...
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The Ballad of the White Horse
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...Ballad of the White Horse" By: UMADEVI (a) the speaker, (b) the situation (if there is no speaker, then theWhen and Where (c) the meaning and (d)significance of 1. Book I line starts at 231 "The men of the East may spell the stars And times and triumphs mark, But the men signed of the cross of Christ Go gaily in the dark." Dale Ahlquist in the lecture series XXI of the American Chesterton Society explains that "it is up to us to choose the right side even if there is a risk that it is not the winning side. It is enough to know what we are fighting for. That is the meaning of faith and hope. That is the meaning of "going Gaily in the dark." In contrast are, the "Men... Order 133823 Topic: "The...
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The Ballad of the White Horse by G. K. Chesterton
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...Ballad of the White Horse” During Book IV of "The Ballad of the White Horse", by G. K. Chesterton, Alfred encounters an old woman in the woods. Upon meeting her, Alfred pities the life that she has lived, while admiring her perseverance. He also learns a lesson about the dangers of pride during this encounter, which helps him to retain his humility in the future. This meeting forces Alfred to question why God put us all on the Earth, although he quickly comes up with the reasoning behind it. Through Alfred's actions in this chapter, we learn that he has respect for the plight of the poor and his ability to see things from alternate points of view, making him... Alfred’s Humility in “The Ballad of the...
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Book Report on The Ballad of the White Horse by G. K. Chesterton
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...Ballad of the White Horse” by G. K. Chesterton Part 1 PASSAGE 1 A) SPEAKER 1. The speaker is the Virgin Mary. 2. The Virgin Mary is the blessed mother of Jesus Christ, the mother of God. B) SITUATION 1. Mary is addressing King Alfred at the moment he is meditating after being defeated by the Danes. 2. The Virgin Mary addresses King Alfred at the time of his meditation near the river island of Athelney. King Alfred loses his confidence after being defeated by the Danish army several times. 3. This event take place before the battle of Ethandune and before King Alfred gathers his chiefs. Mary reveals to King Alfred about the true essence... English Literature ic and Modern) 11 January Book Report on “The...
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Ballad of Birmingham
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Apart from illustrating the ugly price of violence, the words have the effect of representing reality in vivid detail by awakening the sensibilities of the reader to the social impact of the struggle particularly with regard to its impact at the individual level. Also evident in the poem is the creative use of words to achieve some measure of inverted pattern of words. In the first line, the poet opts for “Mother Dear,” instead of Dear Mother as often used in the conventional sense. The intended meaning, as understood from some perspective, is to emphasize and give force to the voice of the little girl. Poetically, such techniques have the power of reversing the manner in which w...
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The Role Of The Three Chieftains In The Ballad Of The White Horse
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...BALLAD OF THE WHITE HORSE: The Role they played. GK Chesterton says in his preface to the Ballad that KingAlfred is as much a national legend as were Arthur and Roland, in that they crusaded against the Heathen nihilism , in favor of Christian civilization. He created three fictitious chieftains as comrades in arms, fighting alongside of Alfred against the Dane Gurthrum.He explained in his Preface that the three chiefs were a triple symbol summarizing the First Crusade, representing the mixed blood of the Wessex that went to war then. The three chiefs have the important role of upholding Christian values in this Ballad, in stark contrast to the Danes who... THE ROLE OF THE THREE CHIEFTAINS IN THE BALLAD ...
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Discuss the strategy used by Edward Albee to adapt Carson McCullers's ballad of the sad cafe for the stage pay particular atte
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...Ballad of the Sad Cafe Carson McCullers was known for portraying the tragic cycle of love in the novella The Ballad of the Sad Cafe (1951), and the situation of the three main characters resonates among the novella’s readers. The stage adaptation of the story by Edward Albee shows the similarities in the intended portrayals of the characters within the short story as well as the settings, although some changes were made on how the main protagonist, Miss Amelia, was portrayed, which may not be easily seen based on the script alone, but in combination with the actual dramatization in the play. The changes... ?Losses and Gains in the Character, Miss Amelia, in the Stage Play Adaptation of the Novella The...
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Music assignment
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...Balladic formulas involved the use of recurrent phrases, stanzas, and lines to express narrative ideas and underline the ballad narrative making it easy to remember the words of a ballad while common modifiers were used in changing pitches. The formulas allowed for the remembering of a shortened fashion of large narrative depicting its importance in remembering words in a ballad. Examples of formulas and common modifiers include the stock words, whole stanzas, incremental repetition, phrases. In songs, the Lily-White hand represented the imminent occurrence of dramatic action... Music Anglo-Celtic folk music changed in America to reflect localization and changing belief systems through lack of...
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Summary
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...Ballad of Gregorio Cortez (1982) The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez is a movie that retells an incident that happened in real life in Gonzales, Texas back in 1901. It depicts one of history’s most famous manhunts that ever took place, which makes this movie an interesting watch. This movie is based on a well-known corridor which tells the story of a young Mexican-American man, Gregorio Cortez, who gets arrested and tried all because of a misunderstanding. Gregorio Cortez was just a simple cowhand at a farm minding his own business. However, unfortunate events develop in his life when, after a horse-theft, he is mistakenly taken to be the criminal. The main problem that gave rise to such a thing... The Ballad ...
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...ballad, Ten Types of Hospital Visitor, Charles Causley delves deep into the anatomy of human suffering, of human pain and agony and the commensurate classification of the human responses to individual agony, thereby giving way to a virtual gallery of the human temperament and response towards the suffering of one’s fellow human beings. Though, on the surface, the ballad comes out as being emphatically comic and humorous; the poet has certainly managed to endow the poem with deep undertones of gravity, seriousness and concern, thereby, successfully managing... of the English Literature ic & Modern) of the Concerned 15 January Ten Types of Hospital Visitor- A ification of Pain In his darkly hilarious...
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...ballad, perhaps one of the first of the genre of hard rock music that would be the example from which the ‘rock ballad’ was born. The nature of the music is that it is a slowed down version of the hard rock example, a slower steady beat with highly emotional lead guitar and bass. It is the emotions of the music that is the most important element as the sentimentality expresses something deep. With Stairway to Heaven, the lyrics are highly symbolic, so much so that it is possible that a great deal... of the listeners really had no idea what all was being expressed. However, the music was so beautifully emotive that the lyrics came across on some level, making this song iconic in music history....
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Compare the two ballads The Three Ravens and The Twa Corbies
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...Ballads “The Three Ravens” and “The Twa Corbies” The ballads of the “Three Ravens” and the “Twa Corbies” are two different versions of what was once a same poem. The “Three Ravens” is an English version while the “Twa Corbies” is a Scottish version of the original poem. It is believed that these two versions may have resulted due geographical movements and time that changed the original poem’s content, language and style. This paper strives to identify and describe the similarities and differences between these two versions of ballad in terms of style, language and content with respect to the original ballad poem. The contrasts between these ballads have bothered editors for a long... Compare the two...
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Beatles
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...ballad style. Another song on the album, "Girl", less widely covered also has many of the same elements. "Girl" is a melancholy folk ballad that is dominated by a minor progression that resolves into a major key refrain of "Oh girl, girl, girl". During the refrain, the song... The Beatles: Girl When the Beatles released the album Rubber Soul in 1965 it was a pivotal change in musical style and direction for the band. The group of songs represented greater experimentation and a move away from the traditional pop sound on "She Loves You". The highly acclaimed songs of "Michelle", "Yesterday", and "Norwegian Wood" introduced new European and Eastern sounds, more complex rhythms, and a move toward the...
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The ballads of the Three Ravens and the Twa Corbies
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...Ballads “The Three Ravens” and “The Twa Corbies” The ballads of the “Three Ravens” and the “Twa Corbies” are two different versions of what was once a same poem. The “Three Ravens” is an English version while the “Twa Corbies” is a Scottish version of the original poem. It is believed that these two versions may have resulted due geographical movements and time that changed the original poem’s content, language and style. This paper strives to identify and describe the similarities and differences between these two versions of ballad in terms of style, language and content with respect to the original ballad poem. The contrasts between these ballads have bothered editors for a long... Compare the two...
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Strange Fruit Paper
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...ballad is a music genre characterized sentimental, slow as well as intimatelove songs. Other characteristics of ballads are that they often tell a story and may present attributes of drama, action as well as dialogue. In the book, Strange Fruit by David Margolick, the evolution of a popular song – Strange Fruit, is illustrated (Ward 107). An analysis of this song from the book positions it uniquely in the jazz ballads history. This paper highlights the main characteristics of the song, Strange Fruit that would be associated with jazz ballad and how the book portrays the issues of racism within the American society of the time. Discussion Billie Holiday composed... Strange Fruit Introduction Jazz...
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Literature. Black American
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...Ballad of the Landlord", while in "Cafe: 3 A.M." he sympathizes with 'fairies' and lesbians who were also victims of discrimination in 'free' America... 'Singing' America: The Ringing Tones of Langston Hughes Langston Hughes' voice is undoubtedly the voice of the black American-and singing the songof the black man was as important to him as singing the song of America, or "sing[ing] America", as he put it.. He did not shrink from using the term 'negro' in one of his early poems, "The Negro Speaks of Rivers", to reinforce the notion that the black man had an authentic voice of his own which should be marked and not mocked. He records the injustice that the blacks had to experience in poems like "Ballad...
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The analysis of Catch 22
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...Ballad of the Sad Caf- an Analysis Carson McCullers has succeeded in arousing the reader's curiosity by his deft use of evocative imagery and the sense of mystery he brings in, in "The Ballad of the Sad Caf". The displacement of time in the narrative adds to the mystery. Set in a remote town unfrequented by visitors, the town is "Dreary", "far off" and "lonesome".(McCullers 3). The remoteness and the inaccessibility of the town is emphasized by the distance of the nearest train stop at Society City and the interstate bus stops which are three miles away. The cheerlessness of the town is described by the "miserable main street only a hundred yards long."(McCullers 3) The loneliness is well... Catch 22-...
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Write a thesis essay in which you discuss the theme of home and homelessness in the followingo works:
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...Ballad of a Landlord and What you pawn I will redeem, each by a respective author mentioned above. The three poems provide for different theme and the poets present with different perspectives with regard to home. In The death of a Hired Man, the reader is introduced to the notion of family and friendship, home and feeling of belonging to someone. It opens with the knowledge... With or Without Home Many important works have been written by prominent and poets regarding the theme of home and homelessness. This paper is going to study three different texts by various eminent writers namely, Robert Frost, Langston Hughes and Sherman Alexie. The works under consideration are, The death of a Hired Man,...
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Art and cinema
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...Ballad of Sexual Dependency” photographer Nan Goldin is concerned about this implication. The ballad of sexual dependency spans from 1976 to the 80s is a work of reality and depicts Goldines life. Goldin has an intrinsic believe that the art must and should be “real” no manipulation or artifice. She laments, “I am terrified that everything I believe about photography, about this work, is over because of the computer and easy manipulation of images it facilitates. This work... Intricate Relationship between Photography and Film Film and photography have always had a convoluted relationship and are continually referencing each other. Image and moving image complex undertone has been both ambiguous and...
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T. J. Maxx breach
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...Ballad, Ballad and Banks (2010, p.110) privileges and access to databases should be given only to the people related to information security of the organization. There should be an eye kept on the employees who want to access data, harm it or use it for some other purposes (Menn, 2010, p... T. J. Maxx breach, Computer sciences and Information technology enter the Number or College 7th December, 2011. • Major characteristics of incident and losses of confidentiality, integrity, and availability  The most infuriating and annoying part of the TJX cyber security issues is that it could have been avoided because the way of encryption used for the wireless internet used by the company was an obsolete one (Steve...
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Comparison of Poem Annabel Lee to my poem New Beginnings
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...ballad with its numerous repetitions of certain words and lines to give it the impression of being such. The most prominent example could be read in all stanzas, with the constant repetition of the name Annabel Lee. It is also a ballad because... ENG 102 Essay # 5 25 April A Comparative Paper on Edgar Allan Poe’s Annabel Lee and New Beginnings The poem Annabel Lee, which was written by Edgar Allan Poe, is a fitting example of poetry during the Age of Romanticism. Poetry during this period sacrifices rules of form and structure in favor of creativity, imagination, and emotional depth. This style of writing could be found in how the poem Annabel Lee was written. The poem’s content is likened to that of a...
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With or Without Home
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...Ballad of a Landlord and What you pawn I will redeem, each by a respective author mentioned above. The three poems provide for different theme and the poets present with different perspectives with regard to home. In The death of a Hired Man, the reader is introduced to the notion of family and friendship, home and feeling of belonging to someone. It opens with the knowledge... With or Without Home Many important works have been written by prominent and poets regarding the theme of home and homelessness. This paper is going to study three different texts by various eminent writers namely, Robert Frost, Langston Hughes and Sherman Alexie. The works under consideration are, The death of a Hired Man,...
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Psychedelia and Vietnam
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...Ballad of the Green Berets’ presents... Psychedelia and Vietnam Tom Paxton’s ‘Lyndon Johnson Told the Nation’ creates a powerful message about the Vietnam War. This specific song criticizes President Johnson’s involvement in the Vietnam War directly, as it indicates that Johnson originally indicated there would be no worry of the conflict escalating. As the song continues, however, it explores actual events in the Vietnam War. In this way, the song makes an ironic comment on Johnson’s statement that the Vietnam War would not escalate. In addition to these elements the ways that the song lyrically details the Vietnam War create a powerful demonstration of the atrocities of this conflict. In this way one...
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History: War Protest Music
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...Ballad of the Green Beret and The Battle Hymn of Lt. Calley. Of these, perhaps the most negative... History: War Protest Music Music and poetry have always been a medium of expression for all manner of thought and emotions. While some of these emotions have been relatively common such as love or sorrow, more complex emotions such as regretting the actions of a nation or accepting the death of innocents have also been expressed in music and lyrics. War protest music is one such genre of music and there are three songs which can be discussed with regard to how some musicians saw war protestors and how they reacted to the idea of war. The songs are Merl Haggard’s Okie from Muskogee, Barry Sandler’s Ballad o...
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Cross-Genre Thematic Study
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...ballad stanzas for the poem. Ballad stanzas refer to quatrains or four four-line stanzas; which consist of tetrameter, four stressed syllables in the second and fourth lines; and trimeter lines, three stressed syllables in the second and fourth lines. Burns exploited this characteristic because traditionally, these patterns of rhyme were intended to recite poems or sing songs by heart easily (Poetry 122). For instance, in the following sample stanza, notice that the lines could be easily spoken. This makes the poem a more effective expression of love. As fair art thou, my... Love as a Common Theme for a Poem and a Short Story Love between two people has always been a deep emotional feeling; it is...
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Early Modern English Literature
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...Ballads and one of the admired anti-marriage literary pieces. However, nothing much has been written about Hilliarg. Hilliarg's work opened my eyes... their husband and those who would want to be in charge of their would-be husband's. Contrary to Hilliarg's work is the Pleasant New Songe of a Jovial Tinker published on 1616 by an unknown author. Admittedly, it took me a while before I was able to fully comprehend the meaning of the lyrics of this ballad. After a labourious reading, I believe the ballad on the jovial tinker tells a story of a happy-go-lucky man whom his country has forsaken for being so cruel to women and children. Whoever its author, this...
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History of Photography: Nan Goldin
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...Ballad of Sexual Dependency, a 45-minutes slide-show containing 720 photos. The Ballad of Sexual Dependency is recognized as outstanding in modern photography. These snapshot aesthetic... ? History of Photography: Nan Goldin Since time immemorial art of photography is considered to be one of the most mysterious and enigmatic. Some people believe that by taking a photo of somebody we steal a part of soul from this person. Our pictures preserve our memories, the happy moments of our lives: birthdays or holidays, picnics or parties. It is so wonderful to have a look at some images of the countries you have never visited or to see different places of interest, to find yourself at the peak of the highest...
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Response paragraphs
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...ballad “when I have fears that I may ceased to be” spoke of the writer’s anxiety that his work may not be appreciated.... Response I These three articles A&P by John Updike, At a glance by Sherman Alexie and Hills like White Elephants by Ernest Hemingway had similar theme of broken relationship. A&P spoke of Sammy’s intention to severe his employment with the store after Lengel, the store manager chastised the girls who entered their store in their bathing suit. “Hills Like White Elephants” on the other hand was about a couple where the man pressures the girl to get an abortion as his condition to marriage of which of course the girl protested. It was not mentioned in the story but the coldness of the ...
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The Rising of the Moon Criminal or Patriot
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...ballad singer. Set on the quay of an Irish sea-side town in the early nineteen-hundreds, 'The Rising Moon', depicts the struggle of a policeman's conscience when faced with a revolutionary that he is supposed to be arresting. Persuaded by memories of his own youth and the truth of the man's words, the policeman realizes that if his life had taken different direction it could have been him... s The Rising of the Moon - Criminal or Patriot Sent to arrest an escaped revolutionary, for whom there is a financial reward offered, a policeman finds himself questioning his own values and beliefs as he listens to the persuasive talk and patriotic songs of a man that he at first presumes to be an old...
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Discussion
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...ballad. The Leadbelly’s version makes the music cover horrific conjecture of the time of the music at the time of wake of Southern racism in America (Garofalo and Waksman). Hence, the songs follow the tastes of consumers at the time of their emergence. The Leadbelly’s versions take you at the time of Depression and unplugged version follows the tastes of current consumers. The emergence of different versions has made the music business enjoyable as people relate the music to their lives and their time (Garofalo and Waksman). Works Cited Garofalo, Reebee and Steven Waksman. Rockin Out: Popular Music in the U.S.A. Boston: Pearson Education, 2013. Print.... Rockin Out Nirvana’s song “where did you sleep...
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Summaries
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...Ballad of Large Loan Verrone The article “The Ballad of Large Loan Verrone” written by Devin Leonard was published on Bloomberg Businessweek, on September 09, 2010. The article provides a narration of life and work of a Wachovia banker named Robert Verrone. Robert Verrone enjoyed his time under the sun during the period of real estate boom. His major contribution involved making Wachovia gain top ranking between the years 2002 to 2007 in terms of ‘underwriter of securitized commercial real estate’. Robert Verrone’s extraordinary run with Wachovia came to an end in the year 2008. Owing to crisis and fall in the real estate market Robert Verrone resigned from Wachovia, leaving... offerings....
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Love Expository Essay
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...ballad that creates a vivid picture of how true love can turn out to be so futile. Tainted Love was composed by Ed Cobb, a songwriter... way to Top 40 in the United States a year later, peaking at position 8. Tainted love by Soft Cell was synth-driven and danceable. Enriched with Marc Almond’s vocals alternating torched and sleazy, it is agreeable that this was one of the epic songs of its time. They went ahead to set a Guinness World Record for the longest consecutive stay on the U.S Billboard Hot 100 chart. Compared with the original version done by Gloria, Soft Cell’s version portrayed a darker edge. In spite of the fact that the band had it as a cover song for their album, their...
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Discussion board
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...ballad improvisation of the opening. Work Cited Sutro, Dirk. Jazz for Dummies. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Pub, 2006. Print.... Flamenco Sketches The introduction has 4 bars. The head that begins at 00:18 and ends at 02:01 is extremely interesting. The form used in this head is scalar. This is because the structure of this musical piece utilizes a repetitive, simple beat. The piece changes slightly every once in a while by utilizing a different instrument. “Flamenco Sketches” is a musical piece known as modal jazz. The piece is divided into five sections and they all have different modes. Each section in the musical has 3 bars. However, the third section has 6 bars. The different modes used are Ionian,...
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...BALLAD OF BIRMINGHAM Ballad of Birmingham is based on a real life bombing of an African-American church in 1963. The poem begins with a girl begging her mother to go to a freedom march, but her mother refuses. She however allows her to go to church where she believes is secure. Unfortunately, the church is attacked by arsons and the little girl dies. The message that is clear is that no place is safe from racial prejudice. While racism may not be as open as it was few decades back, it still exists. African-Americans are still the most affected. It is easier for an African-American to be locked in jail for a petty crime... CRAZY COURAGE The dominant theme in this poem is courage. Nonconformist behavior...
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Discussion forum in English II
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...ballad stanza. It is the form of the poem that offers rhythmic quality for the lines and a good... The Image of the Fat Frogs in “The Sound of the Night” by Maxine Kumin Understanding a poem necessitates paying close attention to the words and particular images used in it and a reader needs to search both for the denotations and connotations of words and images by associating them with the social milieu, culture, beliefs and the historical background. Images in poetry bring about mental pictures in the minds of the readers and as the authors point out “one of the beauties of poetry is that it reconnects us to the world of our senses and thus to a world of wonder” (Schakel & Ridl 552). Every piece of...
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Privacy Assesment and Training
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...Ballad& Ballad & Banks, 2010). If the problem is verified it should be corrected urgently and all persons who relied on the former statement advised appropriately about the changes. 2. Computer Security Stipulations The privacy of a patient’s health information is principal in the medical... ? Privacy Assessment and Training Task Medical Center of DeVry Incidence Reporting Policy This policy will ensure the efficient orchestrating of duties by the hospital staff. This will improve services and streamline the communication channels of the patient’s details. It will ensure the proper use of a computer thus enabling the hospital equipment to be ultimately used for professional duties. This policy also...
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Robin Hood
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...ballads states that he was born in Locksly, Nottinghashire. They also suggest that Robin Hood was the son of William Fitzooth, who was the owner of the land of Loxley. (Vahimagi 30-33) Popular Culture In the popular culture Robin Hood is portrayed as living in Nottinghamshire. Many of the early ballads took place in Nottinghamshire, and they showed Robin Hood and his men fighting in the forest of Sherwood... Introduction Robin Hood is a famous character known for taking care of the poor. He used to steal from the rich and give to the poor. He was helped by his fellows who were known as the Merry Men. Robin Hood love to wear Lincoln green clothes. Since Medieval times, there are many different stories...
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Museum/Performance Visit Report
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...ballad that makes one suppose it can be patterned from the style in Annie Lennox, Dido or Alanis Morissette's music to converge with an amount of solemnity Sarah Maclachlan is known for. Through her genius instrumental arrangement and choice of words and theme altogether, Lucinda managed to take me to the track of recognizing poetry in the social dimension of the song's content beyond rhythmic exertion. The figurative aspect of “Unsuffer Me” is something that can be attributed to Bob Dylan's rhetoric technique of putting across a warm and thoughtful mood with a mildly... Concert Report: Lucinda Williams Live at Dakota Jazz Club Just when I thought it would always spark my interest to focus on the...
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Virginia Woolf's Narrative Technique in A Room of One's Own
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...ballad about her tragic fate, known as “The Ballad of the Four Marys.” Woolf’s use... of this symbolism plays into her treatment of motherhood – in the ballad, Mary is lady-in-waiting for the Queen of Scots but, having given birth to the king’s child, is compelled to kill the child. The ballad recounts Mary’s inner monologue as she thinks back on the events that have led to her doom. Woolf’s introduction of the ballad and the figure of Mary Hamilton alludes to the fate of women who abrogate their responsibility as women. Trapped within the sanctity of motherhood, they are destroyed. This has been the figurative destiny of women in fiction....
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Chinese Pop: The Three Best
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...ballad. The track begins with a piano melody that is soon accompanied by Chou’s crooning vocals. It’s clear that in large part Chou’s popularity is attributed to his powerful vocal ability, as well as his engaging image as a sort of teen heartthrob. In large part the track is digitally produced, with electronic drums and various other effects accompanying Chou’s vocals and the piano melody. One might favorably compare the track to one of the ballad number on a Britney Spears album, as both demonstrate a wistful feeling and modern sound. The track puts me in a relaxing... ? Chinese Pop: The Three Best Jay Chou One of the most seminal Chinese pop artists is Jay Chou. Chou has gained great renown in...
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Listening Log
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...ballad, and a hard driving beat that pushes the listener to embrace the hook in such a way that it will either pleasantly or irritatingly hang on long after the song has ended. Finding fame in the film Benny & Joon starring Johnny Depp, the song picked up fame in the United States, even while experiencing continuing fame in its originating country, Scotland... Report Listening Log Stray Cat Strut Album: Built for Speed Artist: Stray Cats Year of Release: 1982 Rock Style: Rockabilly Revival Musical Characteristics. The Stray Cats represent a revival of music that is reminiscent of that which could be heard in the 1950s, featuring a drum kit, a string bass and guitar with simple, but beautifully lyrical...
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Art Analysis # 4 Expressive
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...ballad of the sexual frustration (Mark and Annalyn 37). In case one visualizes the relationship Kooning has with the woman, it would be pictured as making polite conversation or being ignored while sitting around her on the subway, while desire is pounding his brain. This is a comic painting that is in contrast... Willem de Kooning, Woman, I, 1950-1952 Expressive theory of the art was formulated out of Romantic Movement. As per the theory, art was indeed seen as the means of portraying the unique, individual emotions and feelings of the artist and that good art should be capable of successfully communicating the emotions and feelings that are intended to be expressed by the artist. The painting is a...
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Analysis of elizabeth barret browning's work and contemplation poem
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...ballad or a bar Carole, which helps to make her work lighter and much more pleasant to perform. Elizabeth in her poem “Work and Contemplation” reflects on the aspect that even though the woman is doing a tedious job of spinning her yarn from morning to night, and though she thinks of her song, still she contemplates on the duty before her which is spinning. This can be clearly seen from these following lines in the poem – “She thinketh of her song, upon the whole Far more than her flax; and yet the reel Is full, and artfully her fingers feel With quick adjustment, provident control…” The poet wants to tell us that the lady has full control... Work and Contemplation Elizabeth Barret Browning Order No....
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Write a Closed Reading on a quote taken from each of the listed literary work
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...Ballad of Birmingham is a classic story of a boy whose mother was concerned about his safety while he was in pursuit of civil rights. He asked permission from his mother to go downtown instead of playing out in the streets. The mother refused yet again since she was aware of the danger that was outside. She tried to scare him off by talking about dogs, clubs, guns and jail. Although the boy reassures his mother, in the poem, that he would not be alone... Close Readings Young Goodman Brown Quote “On he flew among the black pines, brandishing his staff with frenzied gestures, now giving vent to an inspiration of horrid blasphemy, and now shouting forth such laughter as set all the echoes of the forest...
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Discuss some of the targets of the satire in 'The Beggars Opera' by John Gay
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...ballad opera done in three acts and written by John Gay in 1728. The music was prearranged by Christoph Pepusch. The Beggar's Opera is one of the watershed dramas in Augustan plays (Kidson, 1921). It is also the only model of the once flourishing genre of satirical ballad opera to stay popular nowadays. The opera is a satirical play with more than 60 short songs. The word 'opera' is used satirically in the title. The play satirizes, through the talks of the unlawful characters and events, the ethical standards of the upper classes and politicians in general. A number of prominent people of that age are alluded all through the play... ? The Beggars Opera The Beggars Opera The Beggar's Opera refers to a...
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Introduction music technology
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...ballad that pairs the voice of Adele with the winding piano line. “Someone Like You” is the total opposite of “Rolling In The Deep” in reference to the lyrics, in which Adele narrates the end of her relationship. Sean Fennessey of the “Village Voice” says that the voice of Adele goes up to the full octave and that also into a shrieked... Introduction to music technology “Someone like you” is a very famous song by the English singer and songwriter Adele. The song was mutually written by Adele and Dan Wilson for “21”, Adele’s career’s second album. Adele’s last broken relationship inspired her to write the lyrics of the song and they indeed speak for Adele herself. The song was released by XL recordings,...
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Concert Review
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...ballad that makes one suppose it can be patterned from the style in Annie Lennox, Dido or Alanis Morissette's music to converge with an amount of solemnity Sarah Maclachlan is known for. Through her genius instrumental arrangement and choice of words and theme altogether, Lucinda managed to take me to the track of recognizing poetry in the social dimension of the song's content beyond rhythmic exertion. The figurative aspect of “Unsuffer Me” is something that can be attributed to Bob Dylan's rhetoric technique of putting across a warm... Concert Review: Lucinda Williams Live at Englert Theatre Just when I thought it would always spark my interest to focus on the contemporary alternatives of the current...
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...Ballad, Ballad, & Banks, 2010). However, this ought to be done with caution as it is important for DoD to appear to use public resources appropriately and in the best interest of the citizens of the United Kingdom. Alternative solutions i. Discretionary Access Control This access control mechanism restricts access based on subject identity. A subject with access to the resource can share access rights to any other person that joins the group (Jordan, 1987). Access rights can therefore be shared at the discretion of users who already have rights to access the system. When a user... ? Biometric Authentication 3 ID a) Why is a dedicated biometric "solution" needed? Briefly and critically review leading edge ...
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