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The Music of Josquin des Prez
The Music of Josquin des Prez
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...hymn of the same name; and Hercules Dux Ferrariae honoring Duke Ercole d’Este, his Ferrara patron. The numerous motets that he also wrote were of similarly perfect technique, the core of Renaissance melodic accomplishment. These included his Stabat mater dolorosa, Ave Maria gratia plena and Absalom, fili mi (Naxos.com para2&3). McComb points out that Josquin’s motets comprise some of his most highly esteemed and varied output, and that his blend of individual discretion, technical mastery and piety makes its surest presentation in them. He explains that Miserere mei Deus, the massive motet, illustrates Josquin at his most expansive and expressive. He also asserts that a...
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The Idea and Theme of Huckleberry Finn
The Idea and Theme of Huckleberry Finn
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...hymn books from a church, which they are forced to return (Twain, 42). Huckleberry’s father re-appears and takes his custody, confining him in a cabin, where he has no freedom at all. This forces Huckleberry to seek for ways through which he could escape and go back to Mississippi. The theme of irresponsibility is presented here, considering that Huckleberry’s father is a perpetual drunkard, who does not take care of his family as would be expected (Twain, 39). Escapism is the only option for Huckleberry, who does... Huckleberry Finn This novel, also called “The Adventure of Huckleberry Finn”, is a clear description of people, focusing on their attitudes, notably the element of racism. The novel opens at...
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Allen Ginsbergs poem Kaddish
Allen Ginsberg's poem Kaddish
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...Hymn (Ginsberg; Aull; Asher; Swanson): Blessed be you Naomi in tears! Blessed be you Naomi in fears! Blessed Blessed in sickness! Blessed be you Naomi in Hospitals! Blessed be you Naomi in solitude! Blest be your triumph! Blest be your bars...  Allen Ginsberg's 'Kaddish' Introduction Allen Ginsberg's Kaddish, as an emotional and psychological catharsis and an exploration of the complex life of Ginsberg and his mother, exemplifies the complexity of human subjectivity. This paper explores that complexity in terms of three questions: on whether Ginsberg portrays his mother in a negative or positive frame, in the end; on Ginsberg's feelings relating to mortality in general and his mother's demise ...
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Peace Like A River by Leif Enger
Peace Like A River by Leif Enger
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...hymn where they march as if they are preparing for a war. Enger has displayed immense prowess in the use of foreshadowing in his book. This refers to the presentation of clues that indicate other... Literary Analysis of Peace like a River by Leif Enger Leif Enger is a remarkable who is known to have paid attention to tiny details from his childhood through his exquisite novels. Through the patterns of his story lines, it is seen that Enger has a literary skill that leaves his readers with impressions. Peace like a River is one of Enger’s finest works that has been received with equal controversy and acceptance in the literary world. This paper seeks to analyze the literary elements in Peace like a River ...
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Continuity and Change of Scribal Education
Continuity and Change of Scribal Education
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...Hymn dedicated to Šulgi, the king of The Third Dynasty of Ur. Šulgi is presented describing his scribal education and proclaiming himself a perfect scribe. The passage became a background for the supposition that scribal schools had already existed in the twenty first century BC, however this is unlikely since all preserved versions of this Hymn came from the Old Babylonian period and primary from the school tablets in 18th century BC (Kuhrt, 1995). Archaeological evidence... Continuity and Change of Scribal Education al Affiliation: Continuity and Change of Scribal Education Education in Ancient Mesopotamia firstly appeared as a necessary preparation for administrative activities. During its history,...
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Hindu Tradition + Christian Thought + Greek Philosophy
Hindu Tradition + Christian Thought + Greek Philosophy
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...Hymns Against Julian show how he attempted to equal Julian’s non-Christian rule... ? Hindu Tradition in action in Texas Hinduism consists of many sects and also many denominations. Out of the many, two important ones are Shaivism and Vaishnavism. Hindus believe that to reach god, one may not follow the same path. So these different sects show different paths leading to god. Shaivism laid emphasis on the love of god and the redemption that has been done for mankind, while Vaishnavism laid more importance on the God of the skies. Saivism was conceived in the state of Tamil Nadu in India, where the Dravidians are mainly found. It became a proper religion only between 3rd and 10th century AD. Under Saivism,...
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How use of Tone, Imagery & Form in Emily Dickersons poems help to represent her feelings about life & death
How use of Tone, Imagery & Form in Emily Dickersons poems help to represent her feelings about life & death
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...hymn-like, which is quite ironic considering how they both deal with death. Many church hymns, which are often mournful melodies, exist to be sung at funerals... ?Death, Life, and Emily Dickinson Having grown up in a life clouded over by death and sorrow, it comes as no surprise that the poems of Emily Dickinson would reflect many of her experiences of death and how she regarded life after she had had these experiences with death. Due to her witnessing many deaths throughout her life, such as her parents, close mentors, and friends, Dickinson’s perception of life began to change, and with it her ideas of death. In “Because I Could Not Stop for Death” and “I Felt a Funeral in My Brain,” Dickinson used...
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Religion and Healing
Religion and Healing
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...hymn-poems which have been interpreted with rich vocals and instrumentation. According to Barnes and Sered, ‘Kirtan’ is a call-response singing that takes the practitioner into the being for “upliftement” (2004, 120). On the other hand, the Bahai, believed to be a culmination of every religion which bases its teachings on benevolence and morality. The belief here is that medical practitioners praise God through their service to the sick and therefore the importance of respecting their religion when... ? Religion and Healing in Health Care Today, arguments on religious healing would be in the context of the modern biomedicine. For example, there have been arguments against the scientific biomedicine in...
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Beethoven
Beethoven
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...hymn in C minor accompanied by a trio in C major. It carries multiple forgets, and its somberness has led to its being utilized in public funerals. The tempos of the two recordings were slightly different with the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra is slightly faster than the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. The first passage of the Eroica symphony... Beethoven Introduction Broadly accredited for being one of the most essential symphonic compositions in western songs, Ludwig van Beethoven’s third symphony is simply a masterpiece. Beethoven’s semi-programmatic name, “Eroica,” the intense size, exceptional formal organization, as well as developmental history of the composition, all together, opened up too many...
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Character and Narrative Function of Nicodemus
Character and Narrative Function of Nicodemus
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...hymn, a poetic summary of the whole theology and narrative of the Gospel, as well as an introduction".2 The result, for Brown, is that "we have a union of wisdom and God's word, a divine person uncreated and existing with the Father." Throughout, from verse 1 to 16, dialogues are centring on this theme of realising knowledge, virtue, truth, Father, Mother, Son, God and Word. The nature of these dialogues is such that they constitute the real essence of knowledge, truth... Day Level The Nature and Analysis of John 3 16 Dialogue Character and Narrative Function of Nicodemus This dialogue starts with "Word of God". This is "Grace and Truth" as well. In this dramatic encounter, Jesus is knowledge and Necode...
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Young Goodman Brown: Irony, Madness and Symbolism
Young Goodman Brown: Irony, Madness and Symbolism
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...hymn sung at the satanic gathering is cloaked in “the slow and mournful strain, such as the pious love, but joined to words which expressed all that our nature can conceive of sin, and darkly hinted at far more” (Hawthorne 59). This irony makes the reader sensitively conscious of the strangeness between the author’s representation of his characters, and the impression they create as the story progresses. The irony is further strengthened... “Young Goodman Brown Irony, Madness and Symbolism. Nathaniel Hawthorne’s short story en d “Young Goodman Brown” is based on half-fantasy and half-reality. It is a tale of morality wherein an important decision has to be made between the good and the evil. The main...
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Aleister Crowley
Aleister Crowley
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...Hymn to pan”, “the Quest”, “The rose and The cross,”“The Neophytes poem” (hunter.com p 14-16). Besides poetry and other things, part of Aleister’s early life is claimed to have been characterized by Mountaineering. Before 1893, this side of his life remained controversial though he became close to an able climber in Oscar Erickenstein, which saw an improvement in his mountaineer going with Erickenstein to the volcanoes in Mexico. In 1902 the two made an attempt to K2 that ended up as a failure. Later in 1905 Crowley led an expedition to Kanchenyunga which was marked by disaster. After... Aleister Crowley Dubbed by the British press as “the wickedest man in the world and the master of darkness”, yet...
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Using any three of the following, revise your previous essay with consideration of these conversations about the text. The revised essay should be 4-5 pages double spaced, size 12, Times New Roman font. You must account for all three works and have a comp
Using any three of the following, revise your previous essay with consideration of these conversations about the text. The revised essay should be 4-5 pages double spaced, size 12, Times New Roman font. You must account for all three works and have a comp
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...hymn or a stern prayer (Seiter 101). AWreath jocularity reposes in the fact that the poems... Revision In the poem “A Wreath”, George Herbert examines and describes a wreath, which is commonly known as an intertwined circle of flowers. This essay aims to analyze the literary elements of the poem, including the form or content, and the intended message which the author wants to relay to the readers by using literary elements (Casere 100). This poem is heavily toned with religious themes. There are a lot of things said writhing Christian Church. “When I die, not live/ Thou knows, Lord, the secrets of our hearts” (11-12). He solely is aware of all, and He only discerns the secrets of hearts and lives. And...
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Humn Resourse Mngement The World is Flt
Humn Resourse Mngement 'The World is Flt'
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...Hymn, 1998) or to gin chep lbour, s hs been the cse in the building nd met industries. By exmining only enterprises where SE ws the contrctor, the reserch findings will exclude... Humn Resourse Mngement 'The World is Flt' Tble of contents s the topic ws bout the UK, there re should t lest something bout the UK lbur mrket in the introduction. The conclusion should be more UK directed, rther thn generl Introduction I. Literture Review 1. Lbour flexibility nd outsourcing 2. Negtive effects of outsourcing on the enterprise II. Methodology of the study 1. Hypotheses 2. Cse-studies III. Discussion 1. Outsourcing rtionle nd outcomes 2. Lower costs nd improved lbour flexibility 3. Th...
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Sibelius symphony no.7
Sibelius symphony no.7
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...hymn in strings... Sibelius Symphony No.7 History of Jean Sibelius Symphony No. 7 was a final publication of Jean Sibelius in the year 1924. The man Jean Sibelius takes credit for his contribution in the formation of the Finnish national identity. Like the famous Beethoven, Sibelius used other works to develop his own style of composition. The distinctive form of his style is his set of seven symphonies, which is still popular in the music world. His developed works continue to gain recognition for recording and performance in concerts all over the world. His other best performance on top of the symphony No. 7 includes Finlandia, Valse triste, and The Swan of Tuonela. Additionally other works inspired...
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Ghana Letters
Ghana Letters
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...hymn’ (Kedourie 2013, 130). This hymn has become, since then, a musical theme for the party’s public meetings (Kedourie 2013). As Nkrumah accepted in his biography, he had the need of such support by the people; even if the relationship between Nkrumah and his supporters could be characterized as an effort of the particular leader to control his followers, this fact gave to the Nkrumah the power he needed for confronting his opponents, as Nkrumah had noted in his biography (Kedourie 2013). At this point, reference should be made to the following fact: the culture of Ghana has been part of the African culture, in regard to ethics, beliefs and social behaviour... The Ghana Exercise A. Letter Accra, 10...
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Things Fall Apart (Okonkwo
Things Fall Apart (Okonkwo
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...hymn. But fear of his father kept him going close... fall Apart Introduction Things Fall Apart, ed by Chinua Achebe, is an African prose that narrates the transition from a pre-colonial era to the colonial era. The novel addresses the crisis of African cultural collapse during the colonial rule. It concerns the traditional Igbo life prior to the advent of the missionaries and colonial government and the reaction of the Igbo people to the new order imposed by the missionaries and the colonial government. Okonkwo, the principal character, inability to accept the new order, in the face of the already collapsed Igbo culture brought him down. Nwoye, Okonkwo’s oldest son, was a major character that accepted...
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Jorge Luis Borges and hes great love for Argentina
Jorge Luis Borges and hes great love for Argentina
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...hymn in praise of the city’s past and present. The element of self pride, something that was instilled as a part of his personality since his childhood, is evident from these poems. Borges... Jorge Luis Borges and his great love for Argentina Jorge Luis Borges is one of the pioneers of Argentinean literature, who, through his influential writings and inimitable style, has managed to create a new genre in literature. As Alberto Julian Perez writes in the Dictionary of Literary Biography, Borges was a man who had the unique ability to combine “literary and extraliterary genres in order to create a dynamic, electric genre.” (“Jorge Luis Borges”) This ability of the Argentine author, however, proved pivotal ...
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How use of Tone, Imagery & Form in Emily Dickersons poems help to represent her feelings about life & death
How use of Tone, Imagery & Form in Emily Dickersons poems help to represent her feelings about life & death
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...hymn-like, which is quite ironic considering how they both deal with death. Many church hymns, which are often mournful melodies, exist to be sung... Death, Life, and Emily Dickinson Having grown up in a life clouded over by death and sorrow, it comes as no surprise that the poems of Emily Dickinson would reflect many of her experiences of death and how she regarded life after she had had these experiences with death. Due to her witnessing many deaths throughout her life, such as her parents, close mentors, and friends, Dickinson’s perception of life began to change, and with it her ideas of death. In “Because I Could Not Stop for Death” and “I Felt a Funeral in My Brain,” Dickinson used tone, imagery,...
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Johnny Cashs American Recordings by Tony Tost
Johnny Cash's American Recordings by Tony Tost
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...hymn, Tost dismisses Cash’s weary, nervy adaptation of Kris Krisofferson’s “Why Me Lord”; the singer is not complaining but giving thanks to God for what he has done for home. This was a good demonstration of classical realm according to Tost. Tost pursues the circulation of Cash’s mythic vocabulary backward but also forward and sideways. He appropriately demonstrates the weird nature of the Americans. However, in a rather interesting point, Tost shows how Cash was able to unravel the weird nature of the Americans by giving voice to the songs of musicians such as Tom Waits and Bruce Springsteen. Even though the chapters... Introduction For most of his career as an artists and a performer, Johnny...
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Analyze a story
Analyze a story
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...hymn “such as the pious love, but joined to words which expressed all that our nature can conceive... “Young Goodman Brown Conflict between Good and Evil. Nathaniel Hawthorne’s short story, “Young Goodman Brown,” tells the story of a young man who sets out on a journey into the forest at night, leaving behind his newly married wife. He meets with the devil and witnesses a gathering of evil minded people in the forest. There is a dark, dream-like quality to the events of the night and the reader is not sure whether the narration is only imaginary or the description of a real experience. The next morning, the young man returns home a changed man. “Young Goodman Brown” deals with the theme of good and...
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Research Paper
Research Paper
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...Hymn of the United Nations” was one of his last pieces of work that he performed during a special concert at the United Nations on October 1917 before he tuned ninety-fifth years of age (Johnston, 1). During this occasion, he received an award... Music Pablo Casals Pablo Casals was a composer born in 1876 to his father Carles Casals and mother Pilar Defillo de Casals, who lived at El Vendrell, Catalonia, Spain. His father was a parish organist and choirmaster; in fact, Pablo was instructed by his father while learning to play piano, violin, organ and composing songs during his early age (Avsharian, 1). Nevertheless, this father was a stringent disciplinarian; for instance, Pablo learned piano as his...
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Contesting Kurt Cobain`s Suicide: An Unwinnable Fight
Contesting Kurt Cobain`s Suicide: An Unwinnable Fight
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...hymn was, “I hate myself and want to die” (p. 94)—he frequently wrote it in his journals, and spoke of it in his conversations, and later on, in his interviews. Maybe as expected, he... Contesting Kurt Cobain’s Suicide: An Unwinnable Fight Introduction Since the 8th ofApril, when the body of Kurt Cobain was discovered, the media attention has progressed from the drug addicted rock star with a gun on his head to the mourners: the huge number of supporters who purchased Nirvana’s album. The music industry has proclaimed suicide an ‘unexpected scandal,’ as though the reality that suicide is one of the most common killers of young adults is an unusual phenomenon (Martin 2005). There were ample precursors to ...
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Assignment II: Cultural Interactions Worksheet
Assignment II: Cultural Interactions Worksheet
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...hymn Victimae paschali laudes. The other form of music quoted here, flourished in Europe during that period. It was performed by a lot of musicians, one of the most famous groups being the French trouveres and troubadours. This monophonic melody to which improvised accompaniments were added, made the music rhythmically alive. This music mostly revolved around the subject of love in all its trials and tribulations of joy and pain. One of the members of trouveres, Adam de la Halle (ca. 1237-ca. 1286), who also went by the nickname of ‘Anonymous,’ had developed a form of music called... ?Cultural Interactions Worksheet Most of the pieces of music taken from the following sites are mainly in the form of...
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British Invasion
British Invasion
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...hymn of the football club Liverpool until nowadays. Even though the skiffle was the first direction of the British Invasion, the influence... The British Invasion The British Invasion is a term that is used to describe the flow of rock-n-roll performers from Great Britain to the USA, who became very popular there and started a great wave of popularization of the rock music. The peak of the British Invasion was in 1964-1966. It is interesting that the roots of this phenomenon are grounded in the USA with the explosion of the rock and roll music in America in 1955. Inspired and amazed by the new style of music and the success of the rock singers and bands, such as Elvis Presley, Bill Haley, the Comets and ...
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Thinking Religion
Thinking Religion
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...hymn book” in every pew in all Baptist Churches. Very few services are carried out or conclude without hymns .However, there are some churches that absolutely refuse any form of modern music, and the churches still adhere to the old hymns. These churches usually allow some guitars without amplifiers, but the guitar will not be accompanied by any other instrument. Therefore allowing modern music is not an issue per se not with people who like the music so... ? Thinking Religion [Assignment Number] [Section Number] Thinking Religion Introduction Christianity is comprised of many different schools of thought or “denominations”. This means that these churches subscribe to a different set of guidelines. While ...
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MEN VERSUS WOMEN SPORTS COVERAGE AND POPULARITY
MEN VERSUS WOMEN SPORTS COVERAGE AND POPULARITY
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...Hymn of the Tiger Mother. London: Bloomsbury, 2012. Print. Clark, Nancy. Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2008... Men versus women sports coverage and popularity Men verses women sports coverage in the recent past has been gaining roots all over the world. This is because various games have resolved to consider gender based equality where both sexes are allowed to take part in the games. Various studies indicate a more likely situation where the coverage on men’s Olympic events will increase as opposed to the women in sports due the minimal clothing status experienced in the women Olympics. The Vancouver Olympics for example men received almost whole day...
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Case Study on Psalm 121
Case Study on Psalm 121
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...hymns of the stairs”2, which includes Psalms 120 to 134. These psalms could also have been written during the days of Hezekiah when... the Assyrians were threatening the security of Judea and Jerusalem3. The Psalms of Ascent are called the hymns of the stairs because they were said to have been sung while the pilgrim was going up and down the stairs of the Temple of Jerusalem4. The reason for this is that either the _______________ 1Limburg, James, Psalms (2000): 424. 2Becking, Bob, “God-Talk for a Disillusioned Pilgrim in Psalm 21,” Journal of Hebrew Scriptures 9:15, 3. 3Philips, John, Exposing Psalms: An Expository Commentary (1988): 434. 4Becking, 3. pilgrim is afraid of...
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Odysseus on Calypsos Island
Odysseus on Calypsos Island
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...hymn to human nature. He is the first and maybe the only character in the Creek mythology who doesn’t owe the gods his reason, he has it by nature and this nature is human. One more important issue concerns the trait of Odysseus’ character that was already mentioned above and more than once. He is intelligent and curious and he is always in need of new knowledge and information, which he cannot find at Calypso’s paradise. He is in need of some intellectual work, as well as the physical experience... Odysseus on Calypso’s Island Homer’s Odysseus is one of the most outstanding characters among epic heroes due to his contradictory and complicated personality. He differs much from other famous epic...
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California Culture
California Culture
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...hymn... California Culture “Gidget” by Frederick Kohner and “Tales of the City” by Armistead Maupin are dedicated to different layers of Californian sub-culture. This is a distinctive and influential part of the US cultural map, that’s why it is worth of being examined. Social and cultural trends, readers have identified in the novels, are both general and peculiar. Frances Lawrence lives at the end of impetuous 1950th and Mary Ann Singleton comes to San Francisco in the middle of 1970th. Although both heroines dwell in different parts of California, it allows following development and dynamics of local sub-culture. Surrounding of Frances (Gidget) and Mary Ann varies and it has impact...
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Thinking Religion
Thinking Religion
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...hymn book” in every pew in all Baptist Churches. Very few services are carried out or conclude without hymns .However, there are some churches that absolutely refuse any form of modern music, and the churches still adhere to the old hymns. These churches usually allow some guitars without amplifiers, but the guitar will not be accompanied by any other instrument. Therefore allowing modern music is not an issue per se not with people who like the music so much as those who oppose it. However some churches... Thinking Religion Introduction Christianity is comprised of many different schools of thought or “denominations”. This means that these churches subscribe to a different set of guidelines. While al...
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Ralph Waldo Emerson
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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...Hymn is a patriotic poem. Emerson’s poems are influenced by his thoughts about nature, religion and personal experiences. Conclusion Ralph Waldo Emerson was influenced by the transcendental movement. And this influence reflected in his writings. Emerson wrote extensively about nature and its significance in human lives. For him... s the assignment was due Ralph Waldo Emerson Introduction Ralph Waldo Emerson was one of famousliterary figures of nineteenth century. Born on 25 May, 1803 in Boston, Massachusetts, Emerson grew up in a spiritual environment. Emerson was appointed as the junior pastor at Boston’s’ Second Church. But after the death of his first wife, Emerson differed from Church’s views...
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Frustation
Frustation
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...Hymn to Beauty’ contains the following lines ‘You contain in your eyes the sunset and the dawn ;/You scatter perfumes like a stormy night ;/Your kisses are a philtre, your mouth an amphora,/Which make the hero weak and the child courageous.’ (p.74). The poem manifests a polar characteristic of women. She, being a creature of duality gives off... The expression that life is a lottery is deeply rooted in the belief that life is a gamble and with that goes love. We are guided by choices but we can never dismiss the fact that there are just times when there has to be some form of luck in it. We always want what we cannot have. And what we have is never enough. This is the constant longing that we have. The...
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The History Of Jazz Music
The History Of Jazz Music
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...hymn and spiritual music, minstrel music were simultaneously prevalent in other cities of United States, it was the Creole population in New Orleans who played a crucial role in the development of jazz. (Weinstock.L ) The Creole population after living under the French and Spanish rule came to be known as Americans after the Louisiana Purchase and Louisiana statehood. The sect rose... The paper delves into the origin of jazz music, and its formation over the years. It examines various influences that were instrumental in its formation. It also takes into account the various phases that marked its development and musicians who popularized the genre. The roots of Jazz, popularly known as America's classic...
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Literature
Literature
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...hymn is a beautiful reminder that in the midst of hardship and suffering one should... Literature of the Western World Iliad is an epic which deals with legendary events that were believed to have occurred centuries before it was written. The epic is set in the final year of the Trojan War forming the background of its central plot, the story of the wrath of the Greek hero Achilles. Achilles withdrew from the war against the Trojans because he felt that he has been insulted by the leader of the Greek forces. Homer, is the famous author of the equally famous epics Iliad and Odyssey. Both are said to be the two major epics of Greek antiquity. Nothing much is known about Homer as an individual for he...
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World literature Part 1
World literature Part 1
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...hymns and other texts important to Aryan culture (9) According to Buddhism, what is the primary cause of suffering? desire for earthly goods (10) Haiku poets... World Literature Part I Answers Match the terms in Column I with the s in ColumnII. parable - B. a story that teaches a moral or religious lesson about life theme - D. a story’s central insight about life tone - F. the writer’s attitude toward the subject speaker of a poem - G. the voice talking to readers foreshadowing - E. a hint about what may happen later flashback - A. a scene that interrupts the present action of the plot to tell what happened at an earlier time imagery - H. language that appeals to the senses archetype -...
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Summary and Insights on Selected Bible Passages
Summary and Insights on Selected Bible Passages
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...hymn, poetic prayers about confession for transgression and forgiveness. Psalm 103 is David’s prayer of praises to God for His unconditional love to the people of Israel. Lastly, Psalm 109 differs in a way because it is a prayer... Summary and Insights on Selected Bible Passages (2 Sam 7, 11 & 12; Psalms 3, 32, 51,103 & 139) The Bible is said to be one of the greatest manuscripts ever written. It connects man with accurate history, reveals the nature of mankind and most importantly, it uncovers the pure truth about God. In fact, many have sacrificed their lives for it. In fact, many have sacrificed their lives for it. To give further enlightenment on this issue, this paper is expected to impart briefly...
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Arguement essay ---education related( preferred differences between chinese and western education
Arguement essay ---education related( preferred differences between chinese and western education
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...Hymn... Difference between Chinese and Western Systems of Education The term education originates from Latin word ""Educere"" which essentially signifies to lead forward or to bring up or to rise. It consequently indicates that education generally refers to a form of learning in which knowledge; abilities, values and propensities for an individual or a group of individuals are exchanged starting with one generation to the next. Education looks to impart great qualities in a man and draw out the best in every person (Adamson,et al.43 ). This simply implies that any type of experience that has a compelling impact on the way a person acts, thinks or feels may be considered as education. Education happens t...
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Essense of Music
Essense of Music
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...Hymn of the Republic". Although this song was originally scripted for the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), contemporaneous vast union movements, like the AFL-CIO, have picked over the song as their private authentic piece. The song was meant to be presented on the hunger industrial action on 15th January, 1915. The key aspects that make this song a decade reminder in vast many years to come commence with its deep reverberating theme, and the bolt struck commanding voice. The Preamble... ESSENCE OF MUSIC Introduction The first video is en d “Labor History: Bread and Roses.” The song is linked to the textile industrial action in Lawrence, Massachusetts between January to March in the year 1912,...
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The Socrates Philosophy
The Socrates' Philosophy
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...hymns from the reign of Augustus were similar in features...  The Socrates' Philosophy Socrates is a true philosopher by definition. He is endowed with the special ability to think deeply about serious issues and develop his own clear ideas about them. I have respected and liked Socrates as depicted through Plato’s writings. Socrates’s philosophies concern serious issues like the reasons for the differences between Gods, the definition of pious and impious actions, the desirable, good and just things and their converse things in life. He has also pondered about the certainty called “death” which all human lives must succumb to. The great man’s ideas about these somber issues are portrayed in his co...
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The Mass - An Obligation Or Joy
The Mass - An Obligation Or Joy
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...hymn begins when the priest enters the church hall with the serving ministers and the deacon. The Entrance chant opens the celebration and fosters the congregation’s unity. People are usually singing, dancing, and joyfully dancing during the Entrance. The primary purpose of the Entrance chant is introducing the thoughts of the congregation to the liturgical festivity as they join the procession of the priest, the deacon and ministers6. The Introduction occurs as the priest walks to the sanctuary in the company of deacons and ministers. The Greeting The Greeting... ? The Mass-A Joyful Activity The Mass-A Joyful Activity Introduction The Mass is one of the most joyful activities among the Roman Catholics....
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Social Solidarity through Pop Music
Social Solidarity through Pop Music
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...hymns. Many people believe that Christian rock bands are not authentic and don't have sacred meaning simply because they have broken the mold. However, breaking the mold opens the door to more listeners and forms bonds with strangers we may otherwise overlook. Like Dylan and Lennon, Christian music is gaining popularity and discovering a new voice. Christian rock is just a new form of hymn and will be gradually accepted by many Christians and non-Christians alike. It will open the door and once inside we will discover... Solidarity: Seeking Collective Consciousness Through Pop Music Culture has the power to separate us, or it can exert the power to bring us closer together. High school athletics can...
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Understanding Heroines
Understanding Heroines
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...hymn singing in church to a more lively and inspirational approach, generated respect and adoration for this female heroine. 3. Climate of the 90s and early 2000 allowed the careers of heroines to flourish The awareness and equality accorded... Understanding Heroines The role of women in movies has evolved through time depending on social, technological and demographic factors that influence the transition. As emphasized by Cote, “in the past, the main role of women in movies was to either act as a love interest for the leading actor or as a weak and frail "damsel in distress". While this role is still prominent in many movies today, the female character has begun to evolve into a stronger, more...
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Book Report on Playing the Enemy by John Carlin
Book Report on Playing the Enemy by John Carlin
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...hymn that later became one of the two national anthems of the nation. From that moment on, Francois understood Mandela’s message to him, “get out there and win, wear that shirt with pride, certain of my support” (Carlin, pages 163-164.) That day will be forever enshrined in the storied history of South Africa, and Carlin will be one of the men remembered for having contributed in immortalizing it. Carlin praises the genius of the man that made... ?Book report on "Playing the Enemy" by John Carlin The book ‘Playing the Enemy’, written by a half-Spanish, half-British bilinguist, is a gripping story about how one individual was able to bring a significant amount of unity to a nation suffering the great...
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The Gospel of John
The Gospel of John
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...Hymn to the Word” is a section meant to look at Jesus as the logos of God, and His eternal Word. John acknowledges that Jesus is above all divine... The Gospel of John Gospel of John The Gospel of John is often referred to as the fourth gospel whereby John, a disciple of Jesus, wrote an account of the public life of Jesus. It begins with the introduction of Jesus by John the Baptist, and ends with His death and burial (Coloe M. , 2001). His resurrection and appearance to the disciples are also documented here. John is the third in the Bible in the order of Matthew, Mark, June and Luke. The following is the narrative summary of the book of John about important happenings in the life of Jesus. “Hymn to...
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Mormon Church
Mormon Church
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...hymn and a final prayer was given. Then everyone went to the next meeting. Sunday School The Sunday School class was tortuous the first week and was interesting the second week. The class was held in the back of the sanctuary. The firs week’s teacher had no skill. The topic was food storage and emergency preparedness. Mormons are taught to store food... ?Introduction For this assignment I attended two services at a Mormon church. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is most commonly known as the Mormon Church. The name comes from an ancient prophet that made a record of a civilization that lived in the Americas hundreds of years before Jesus lived on earth. According to this prophet, Jesus...
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Comparing paper
Comparing paper
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...hymns with legs crossed and listen to the devotional songs by paying singular attention. Sikhs believe that song establishes connectivity to the God hence during their prayers the congregation was in a condition of deep meditation. All listen to the hymns with lot of faith and attention and otherwise too the people in Gurudwara were helping each other in performing various tasks in a very cooperative and disciplined manner. The guests, Sikhs and non-Sikhs alike are welcomed with utmost cordiality in Gurudwaras. In order to enter Gurudwara a devotee is required to remove shoes outside and is also required to cover head. Sikhs go to the Holy Book and bow...
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Old Times by Harold Pinte. Conversational battles
Old Times by Harold Pinte. Conversational battles
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...Hymn of the Tiger Mother. New York: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2011. Print Ethridge, Shannon. Every woman's battle. New York: Doubleday publishing group, 2008. Print O'Brian, Patrick. Master and commander. New York: W.W Norton Press, 2003. Print Pinter, Harold. Old Times. New York: Pgw, 1971.... Conversational battles Old Times is a play by Harold Pinter set in the year 1971. The play was meant to mark its producer, Peter Hall’s 40th birthday. The play’s main characters where Deely (Collins Blakely), Kate (Dorothy Tutin) and Anna (Vivien Merchant). Both the characters are in their forties. This work focuses on some communication strategies employed by the characters in the play. The characters employ...
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Pre-Raphaelite Women and the Search for Meaning in the Work of Dante Gabriel Rossetti: Jane Morris and The Myth of Proserpine
Pre-Raphaelite Women and the Search for Meaning in the Work of Dante Gabriel Rossetti: Jane Morris and The Myth of Proserpine
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...Hymn to Proserpine and The Garden of Proserpine. In the work Hymn to Proserpine, Swinburne mentions about Proserpine at the opening and at the end of the poem. Besides, Swinburne’s portrayal of the mythical character of Proserpina as a deity, as a young lady, and as the queen of the underworld inspired Rossetti. On the other side, Swinburne’s poem, named as The Garden of Proserpine, helped Rossetti to inculcate the themes of death and rebirth in his later works. For instance... ?Pre-Raphaelite Women and the Search for Meaning in the Work of Dante Gabriel Rossetti: Jane Morris and The Myth of Proserpine Art, the overflow of unrestricted imagination is deeply influenced by an artist’s personal experiences...
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Religion in Donnes Death Be Not Proud
Religion in Donnes Death Be Not Proud
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...Hymn to Hesperus Ben Jonson (1573-1637) pens the laudatory poem, "Queen and Huntress" praising either the brilliance of the goddess Hesperus or Venus (same evening star deity). Jonson poeticizes the star via... ?Religion in Donne’s Death Be Not Proud “Death Be Not Proud” is a ic metaphysical poem composed by John Donne in 17th century England. This poemtreats with eschatological themes since the perspective of the speaker is mainly religious. The biology of man dictates that he has to die. Man, only composed of flesh and blood, eventually disintegrates to dust. The physical decomposition of man emphasizes his frailty and fallen nature. In the many interpretations of death, Donne puts forward his beliefs...
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