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In The Awakening, Edna Pontellier is closely associated with two other women who represent opposite extremes of acceptable behavior for women of her social class: Madame Ratignolle and Mademoiselle Reisz. Discuss how EITHER woman serves as a foil for Edn
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...Reisz serve as her foil. Nevertheless, Edna finds that both characters are limited by societal expectations and is disgusted with the life that her friend Ratignolle leads. Although she loves her children, she argues that they cannot “posses her body and soul” (Chopin, “the Norton Anthology” 723). Therefore, this paper gives a limelight to how Madame Ratignolle serves... How Madame Ratignolle Serves as a Foil for Edna and how poorly suited Edna’s aspirations are in the Awakening In the Awakening, Edna Pontellier who is a in her late twenties awakens to her identity and sexuality. She is a sexually and emotionally repressed outsider and has a little understanding of what is expected of her by the Creole...
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...Mademoiselle Reisz in Edna Pontelliers Awakening.” Ezinearticles.com, 21 Jan. 2011. Web. 30 Jul. 2011. ... full full July 30, A Woman in the Late 19th Century Kate Chopin was a great American author who wrote many short stories and novels for children and adults. In many of her stories, she revealed the reality of the women’s lives of the late 19th century. Basu states, “Kate Chopin is often considered the first literary voice of the feminist movement”. Let us discuss the themes of three of the most popular stories of Chopin in order to know what she thought about the women living in the late 19th century. The Awakening In the novel, Chopin has depicted how women of the late 19th century were supposed t...
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Explore the full implications of the various images of birds in the novel the awakening .how do the different species of birds
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...Mademoiselle Reisz in the story that depicts a woman’s gradual release from the clutch of austere social conventions. Since the issue of woman’s independence is central to the main theme of “The Awakening”, Chopin could have necessitated to incorporate birds in the figurative attempt of illustrating how Edna copes... Explore the full implications of the various images of birds in the novel the awakening. How do the different species of birds mentioned symbolize different ideas? For most part, Kate Chopin enriches her novel “The Awakening” with imagery and symbolism through species of birds which essentially reflect the roles, sentiments, and influences of the major female characters Edna Pontellier and...
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Awakening by Kate Chopin
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...Mademoiselle Reisz and Madame Ratignolle brings to her understanding that there is nothing wrong in being open minded about one's own personal feelings. Being immersed in the music, Edna actually was able to understand the power of music and art in expressing the suppressed feelings of an individual. Caught in the marriage life, Edna feels that she is not individualistic and ponders over the matter. She wants to free from all such family responsibilities and this thought strikes... THE AWAKENING The novel was first published in the year 1899, when Kate Chopin was at the peak of her popularity. Though much of her writings had controversial matters depicted in it as narrative reporting, this novel was not...
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Kate Chopin: The Awakening analysis
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...Mademoiselle Reisz as models. In contrast, Edna views their lives as lacking freedom and individuality that she desires (Lattin 32). In Edna Pontellier’s world women can choose either be defined by men or live a life detached from the rest of the society. “Women become either wives and mothers. . . or exiles” (Papke 39). Adele is the perfect example of a male-defined wife and mother. A mother... The Awakening analysis The Awakening is a short story published by Kate Chopin a renowned in 1899. The author has also written two novels and a hundred other short stories which appeared in her published collections A Night in Acadie (1897) and Bayou Folk (1894). Her short stories received an...
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Character Analysis on EDNA from the novel The Awakening
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...Mademoiselle Reisz is another influential character. While ate the Grand Isle, Edna gets influenced by several people who finally change her character. Mademoiselle Reisz was an unpopular woman who greatly served as inspiration to Edna. While she was called to entertain people with her expertise in piano playing, Mademoiselle Reisz realized that Edna was the only guest who had been truly moved and touched by the music. After the entertainment session, she approaches Edna and the two hold a discussion. In their conversation Mademoiselle Reisz tells Edna...
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...Mademoiselle Reisz, who was unmarried and lived alone. She was a pianist and had been socially isolated by the society and was considered an eccentric, for her independent style of living. She could not do anything about it except for ignoring social constrictions, preventing people from coming to her and living at the peripheries of social respectability. She behaved rudely with all except for Edna. She was straightforward and played such melodies, which made Edna cry and made her realize how lonely she was as an outsider. It was Mademoiselle Reisz who made Edna realize that she was in love with Robert. She was the one...
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Book Report: Kate Chopins The Awakening
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...Mademoiselle Reisz and Alcee Arobin. Most of the characters in The Awakening speak French, in addition to English. They are a part of Louisiana’s Creole society. Louisiana’s Creoles were the French speaking white descendants of early... Book Report: Kate Chopin’s “The Awakening.” “The Awakening” is a short novel by Kate Chopin. It relates the story of a young New Orleans’ woman, Edna Pontellier. Edna has a kind, loving husband, Leonce and two little boys. She is an obedient wife and affectionate mother. While on a summer vacation at Grand Isle with her family, Edna falls in love with young Robert Lebrun, who soon leaves for Mexico. Edna is fired by a restless longing and misses Robert. On her return...
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Character Analysis on EDNA from the novel The Awakening by Kate Choplin
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...Mademoiselle Reisz... English Character Analysis on Edna from the novel "The Awakening" by Kate Choplin Kate Choplin’s The Awakening is narrated in thethird person mode. Throughout the novel, there is revelation of support for female independence. In the main, the narrator expresses genuine sympathy for Edna, the protagonist in the novel. An in-depth analysis of the novel reveals that solitude is a consequence of independence and self-expression. Edna Pontellier’s achievement of independence is accompanied with solitude. The traditions of the 18th century limited women’s self-expression and independence (43). Women were expected to dispense their domestic duties and ensure the health of their households....
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Feminist Perspective of The Awakening by Kate Chopin
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...Mademoiselle Reisz (Chopin, 1994). Adele is a woman who strictly adheres to the norms of the society and therefore, she is used by the author to contrast with Edna lifestyle. Edna does not agree with the woman’s way of living and perceives Adele’s life as lacking. Edna eventually decides to follow her own way and goes against the society. The world Edna lives in has only got two options. She can either be defined by the men of the society or live a life totally separate from the rest of the people. A life totally separate from the ways of the society would mean that she will not follow the traditions of her community. Adele Ratignolle is a woman who... Edna’s Failure In Pursuit Of Awakening from...
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Kate Chopin's The Awakening
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...Mademoiselle Reisz (who captivates Edna with her music and independent spirit). Thesis Statement: An analysis of Kate Chopin's "The Awakening" exploring the writer's talent for using the bird as a symbol in portraying feminism and independence in the novel's main character, Edna Pontellier. The Awakening... Outline This analysis of Kate Chopin's "The Analysis" explores the use of symbolism in the form of birds to portray feminism and independence for Edna Pontellier, the novel's main character. Two other important characters are also highlighted to enforce the use of this symbolism, and they are Edna's husband, Leonce Pontellier (who sees Edna as part of his personal propery) and...
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The novel The Awakening by Kate Chopin
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...Mademoiselle Reisz reveals this idea. Mademoiselle Reisz remarks: "The bird that would soar above the level plain of tradition and prejudice must have strong wings. It is a sad spectacle to see the weaklings bruised, exhausted, fluttering back to earth” (Chopin, 2007, p. 73). Edna’s... ?The Awakening Kate Chopin has often been regarded as a feminist who wrote many stories centered on female characters. Her novel en d The Awakening is apt to be included in such a category that it moves through the viewpoint of the main character, Edna Pontellier. Many critics have identified Edna as a character who is afflicted with heart trouble. It is this affliction that makes readers view Edna Pontellier as an...
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The Awakening
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...Mademoiselle Reisz has sought to resolve the problem decisively, however spuriously, by siding primarily with mind-as-artist, denying the mind-absorbing passionate body in herself, and then unconsciously arranging to repossess passion vicariously through the young and sensuously beautiful Edna (Church, 2008: 21) Adèle also contains interest in pleasure-seeking, though she satisfies her curiosity through voyeurism, instead of getting indulged into sexual activities en personem. Hence, though... THE AWAKENING (1899) By Katherine Chopin (1850-1904) PART I: Critical Appreciation by Carole Stone (1986) Carole Stone has critically analyzed thenovel under study by Chopin, where the critic aims to explain the...
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Summary on The Awakening by Kate Chopin
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...Mademoiselle Reisz is trying to teach her. She stops associating the latter’s piano playing with mere solitary images, such as the lonely “figure of a man, the dainty young woman, the demure lady” etc, that her mind invokes in accordance with the music (30). She learns that her feelings and emotions can be expressed through the medium of art, and thus she starts to paint. Edna perceives painting as not just a distraction from her life, but a process through which she can better communicate her feelings to the outside world... Review on Kate Chopin’s The Awakening Kate Chopin, a prominent of the 19th century, mostly wrote novels and short stories that centered aroundfemale protagonists and their...
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Summary on The Awakening by Kate Chopin
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...Mademoiselle Reisz is trying to teach her. She stops associating the latter’s piano playing with mere solitary images that her mind invokes in accordance with the music. She learns that her feelings and emotions can be expressed through the medium of art, and thus she starts to paint. Edna perceives painting as not just a distraction from her life, but a process through which she can better communicate her feelings... 30 October Review on Kate Chopin’s The Awakening Kate Chopin, a prominent of the 19th century, mostly wrote novels and short stories that centered around female protagonists and their suppressed lives. Through her stories, Chopin provided these characters with an opportunity to rebel...
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What exactly is/are Ednas awakenings How do they lead to her final actions
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...Mademoiselle Reisz plays her magical music, and before Edna enters the sea, there is already a fire burning inside of Edna to be free. ‘’A certain light was beginning to dawn dimly within her-the light which, showing the way, forbids it’’ (642). This light is the promise of self-discovery and of truth. Kate Chopin continues, ‘’In short, Mrs. Pontellier was beginning to realize her position in the universe as a human being and to recognize her relations as an individual to the world within and around her’’ (642). She starts discovering that there are ways in which she could spread her wings and fly... The Awakening Introduction In Kate Chopin’s novel The Awakening, there are three notable stages in the...
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The Awakening by Kate Chopin
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...Mademoiselle Reisz, who has been in the novel as a pianist. An interesting point in the novel is the contact between Reisz and Lebrun. Reisz reveals to Edna that Lebrun still thinks of her. In the last part of the novel, Lebrun has been... ?[Your full full October 06, The Awakening “Published in 1899, The Awakening remains an important title in feminist literature” (Kniss). The Awakening by Kate Chopin is a story about a woman, Edna Pontellier, who is married and has two young sons. Her age is around 28 years and she is spending her vacations with her family at Grand Isle. The main point of this story is the change in the feelings of Edna. She begins to realize that her role in the society is not just...
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The Awakening by kate chopin, Old Mortality by Katherine anne porter
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...Mademoiselle Reisz because she and her music represent independence to her. Though both Edna and Miranda seek the same thing, but they are both drastically different from one another also. This is because while Miranda near the end of the story decides to move on with her life in pursuit of something new and better, Edna decides to commit suicide and find her independence in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. It is said that a bird which intends to fly higher than the level of social tradition and prejudice... 17 April The Awakening by Kate Chopin and Old Mortality by Katherine Anne Porter: 5“The Awakening” is a novel written by Kate Chopin. It is the story of an ordinary woman’s relentless struggle...
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Southern American Literature
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...Mademoiselle Reisz, a pianist, and Madame Ratignolle, a motherly lady. Distressed when Robert leaves for Mexico, Edna often visits Mademoiseel Reisz to whom Robert often writes. Edna continues to disregard the customs of society. Her husband becomes very upset and insists that they must observe les convenances if they want to keep up with society. He tries to get her to attend her sister's wedding, but she refuses. Leonce goes to New York on business, but Edna refuses... There are numerous in the world of literature, having different types of styles of writing and have different ways to conceive ideas. There are authors of romance, horror, suspense and the other types in which Alice Walker writes...
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Literature Research Paper
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...Mademoiselle Reisz serves as the spur that jogs Edna into awareness, especially as contrasted with Madame Ratignole who is repressed and conservative and is described as the “bygone heroine of romance” (Chopin 888). As opposed to this, Madame Ratignole is “the embodiment of womanly grace and charm” but her race... Sexual Awakening Sexual awakening is the theme that underlies both the story of “The Awakening” and “The Storm”. But this sexual awakening impacts differently upon the two characters. While Calixta returns to her domestic life with the passage of the storm, Edna seeks independence as a result of the sexual awakening; however society has ill equipped her to handle such independence. While...
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While Edna Pontellier succumbs to the assumptions of society, Janie Crawford fully escapes from the expectation surrounding her proving that women of the upper class can not fulfill their hopes and dreams
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...Mademoiselle Reisz’s piano playing. This piano playing is an inspiration for Edna with regard to the potential of a woman in society and the right to independence. The other event is swimming, whereby Edna swims for the first time and gathers courage to pursue her course of self-independence. The climax of this novel is marked... While Edna Pontellier succumbs to the assumptions of society, Janie Crawford fully escapes from the expectation surrounding her proving that women of the upper class cannot fulfill their hopes and dreams Introduction The two characters highlight the common woman’s quest for autonomy in society although both give different approaches to the subjects. Janie’s ‘Their eyes were watc...
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The Yellow Wallpaper and The Awakening
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...Mademoiselle Reisz, which serve as a foil against which Edna could weigh her choices and make her decisions. Reisz acts as an accomplished female character living on the periphery of the regular social life, while Adele stands to be a symbol of feminine sacrifice, both of whom represent a state of life, which is not as per Edna’s basic instinct and innate desires, a substitute for the yellow wallpaper that proves to be so averse to the woman... ?Ji Jia English of the Concerned 16 July, Traces of Modernism and Women Emancipation in The Yellow Wallpaper and The Awakening Introduction There is no denying the fact that the short story The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman and the novel The...
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Kate Chopins The Awakening
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...Mademoiselle Reisz et al make their remarkable contribution. The characterization of the novel has been... Critical Analysis Women's issues provide a central theme in the literatures of every nation and period, though some particular periods in the history of literature are specifically noted for their superior emphasis on such issues. In the history of English literature, several distinguished writers have emphasized the need for improved role of women in the social life, and many often these writers depend on different literary elements to propagate their powerful ideas concerning women's issues. Thus, the ardent ideologies of the writers are beautifully decorated and powerfully conveyed by the...
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English Lit
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...Mademoiselle Reisz between her widowhood and life as a pianist; and the ultimate picture of ‘mother woman... FEMALE CHARACTERS AND THE PURSUIT OF FREEDOM IN MODERNIST FICTION: A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO THE AWAKENING AND VILE BODIES Presented by ’s Name Class Due Date Women have no wilderness in them; They are provided instead; Content in the tight hot cell of their hearts; To eat dusty bread. (Bogan, 19) The word ‘wilderness’ has been a vastly discussed word in feminist criticism. It seems to bear two contrasting meanings within its fold; that of ‘the wild side of nature; the bohemian’ as well as that of ‘isolation and inaccessibility’. This word may be aptly used to describe the characters of Edna ...
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Chopins The Awakening
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...Mademoiselle Reisz to even minor characters such as Madame Lebrun, whose inner “knowledge” and “regrets” are expressed to the reader (Chopin, 1899, Ch. 20, Par. 9). Whenever the story introduces or includes a white female character, it thus treats her as a fully fledged human being, with inner thoughts, desires, dialogue and so forth. While white women consistently give voice to their inner thoughts, desires, and so forth, and are thus represented as fully developed human beings, this same treatment is not ever given to women of color within the narrative. Women of color... ? Prof’s Part I: Symbolism The Sea is one of the most potent symbols in Chopin’s The Awakening. It clearly representsescape from the ...
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The New Woman in Kate Chopin's the Awakening
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...Mademoiselle Reisz develops Edna's deep appreciation for music and inspires her flirtation with Robert, who, suddenly leaves for Mexico. After coming back home Edna begins to ignore her wifely obligations. Listening to her own inner voice, Edna starts expressing opinions, and while she is ecstatically alone, organizes a luxurious dinner party before moving herself to a little house. Later on Edna has a passionate sexual affair with another man, Alce Arobin. Then Robert returns from Mexico and acknowledges that he loves Edna, but knows that her husband will never let her go. Edna... The New Woman in Kate Chopin's the Awakening Kate Chopin's novel The Awakening, now recognized as an American ic,...
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Self and society and the Awakening
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...Mademoiselle Reisz develops Edna’s deep appreciation for music and inspires her flirtation with Robert, who, suddenly leaves for Mexico. After coming back home Edna begins to ignore her wifely obligations. Listening to her own inner voice, Edna starts expressing opinions, and while she is ecstatically alone, organizes a luxurious dinner party before moving herself to a little house. Later on Edna has a passionate sexual affair with another man, Alcée Arobin. Then Robert returns from Mexico and acknowledges that he loves Edna, but knows that her husband will never let her go. Edna... The New Woman in Kate Chopins the Awakening Kate Chopin’s novel The Awakening, now recognized as an American ic,...
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Romantic Movements in Kate Chopins and Walt Whitmans works
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...Mademoiselle Reisz (27). These images are romanticized descriptions. Repeatedly throughout the novel, Edna is portrayed in scenes described in a highly sensuous. Chopin’s depiction of Edna’s pose while napping is much more in line with the long history of representations of sleeping women in romantic art. Although Edna does not suffer the humiliation of having anyone witness her nakedness on the beach, the implications of her nakedness as an act of literally throwing off the constraints of social convention... Representation of Realist and Romantic Movements in Kate Chopin’s The Awakening and Walt Whitman’s Song of Myself Introduction The nineteenth century was characterized by a shift towards realis...
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The Best Brand
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...Mademoiselle by Coco Chanel... The Best Brand The marketing mix 4Ps model is a tool to assist marketers in implementing the marketing strategy, with the aim of not just 'satisfying the needs of the customers within the target market, but simultaneously to maximize the performance of the organization (Value Based Management.net). In order to create a more successful and profitable mix, marketers "must coordinate all elements so that the prospective consumer is not being sent mixed messages that cause confusion" (About.com). Simply put, the 4Ps must convey the same message to the customers. Achieving this make it easy for the company to reach and build association with its target market. The Coco Mademois...
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The Awakening
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...Reisz in order to give vent to her ideas about life on the one hand, and for sharing her joys and sorrows with them on the other. Chopin disparages lack of decision power in Edna’s personality, as well as criticizes her deficiency in perceiving the matters with a speculative approach. The shortcomings existing in her personality forces her seek relief... ?The Awakening Kate Chopin (1850-1904) is one of the most influential feminist novelists of late 19th century, who first time penned down, in the history of English Literature, the sensitive issue related to social and emotional freedom of women folk. Thus, she appears to be pioneer in respect of discussing the suppression of the women at the hands of...
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French Discussion (Choosing a cadidate for a job)
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...Mademoiselle Annette Girard, 22 ans, licencié en... Le premier candidat est Monsieur Jean Moreaux, 25 ans, licencié en administration économique et sociale, Université Lumière de Lyon, avec un master en gestion d’entreprise. Son profil professionnel est riche et divers : premièrement, il a travaillé comme volontaire pour organiser des conférences et des séminaires pendant ses ânées a l’université ; deuxièmement, il a travaillé pour 4 années dans le département des ressources humaines dans l’Organisation Municipale Générale de Lyon, ou il a organisé des différents projets sociaux et culturels, comme « Communauté et Diversité ! », un grand projet annuel qui réunit des politiciens, hommes daffaires, des...
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French Literature- Diderot
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...Mademoiselle de La Chaux? What do you make of N2’s distant and general comments, here and in the preceding passage, on the nature of humans in general instead of commenting more directly on the scene under consideration? The last sentence of the paragraph requires some examination: “A true remark, which, however, did not apply in the case of Mademoiselle de la Chaux.” To whom is this observation addressed? And what does it say about N1’s attitude toward N2? N1 disapproves of Le Camus. N2 seems bitter. The last remark is made towards N1. N1 is disapproving of N2. BIBLIOGRAPHY Diderot, Denis. This Is Not a Story. Retrieved 22 Aug 2011 from: .... Diderot Questions Word Count: 257 page N2’s...
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...Mademoiselle by Chanel. This essay focuses on individual discussion of the advertisement with reference to its particular status as a sign within modern culture. It discusses associative meanings of signs in terms of how they create a favorable impression of what is being sold and act compatible with the contexts they are placed in. In other words, this essay attempts to explore how an advertisement in the printed media can... ? SEMIOTIC ANALYSIS by A Semiotic Analysis of Two Magazine Advertisements This essay provides a semiotic analysis of one advertisement found within the context of advertising in the print media. Specifically, the advertised product analyzed within the area of semiotics is Coco...
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The british new wave -- a cinema of the auteur or a cinema of the writer
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...Reisz and Tony Richardson's, Momma Don't Allow and Lorenza Mazzetti's Together were the first movies of the new 'free' cinematic style. These movies attempted to import the Angry Young Man trend into cinema, as Tony Richardson, prominent among the group, commented: 'It is absolutely vital to get into British films the same sort of impact and sense of life that what you can loosely call the Angry Young Man... THE BRITISH NEW WAVE -- A CINEMA OF THE AUTEUR OR A CINEMA OF THE Portraying the 'gritty social realism' of post war years, the British New Wave cinema of the late 1950s and early 1960s artistically captured the sentiments and sensitivities of the angry and disillusioned young working class of the...
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Sylvia Plath
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...Mademoiselle Magazine, in 1953... Sylvia Plath A biographical focus on the life Introduction: This paper aims to give a brief biographical account on an American Sylvia Plath's life. Apart from pondering over her great pieces of work, this paper focuses on her early life, family as well. "I am slow as the world. I am very patient, Turning through my time, the suns and stars Regarding me with attention. The moon's concern is more personal: She passes and repasses, luminous as a nurse. Is she sorry for what will happen I do not think so. She is simply astonished at fertility." (Winter Trees, 1981) This has been taken from one of Sylvia Plath's great works. This is a prose from her poem called "Three Wom...
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Feminist approach to The Awakening
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...Reisz tells Edna to develop stronger wings for her artistic desires. Wings represent the strength... 20 March Feminist Symbols in The Awakening Léonce Pontellier and two children represent the anchors of a stable, but dull,life for Edna Pontellier. Edna wants nothing more than to be free in making decisions in her life. She craves to be with Robert Lebrun, but she cannot, because she is married and with children. She desires to paint and swim as she pleases, but she also cannot do all these, because her free time as an individual does not exist. This essay analyzes the symbols in Kate Chopin’s The Awakening from a feminist perspective. The sea and the birds are symbols that illustrate the stark gender...
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British Postwar Cinema 1960-1990
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...Reisz and Tony Richardson’s, Momma Don’t Allow and Lorenza Mazzetti’s Together were the first movies of the new ‘free’ cinematic style. These movies attempted to import the Angry Young Man trend into cinema, as Tony Richardson, prominent among the group, commented: ‘It is absolutely vital to get into British films the same sort of impact and sense of life that what you can loosely call the Angry Young Man... THE BRITISH NEW WAVE -- A CINEMA OF THE AUTEUR OR A CINEMA OF THE Portraying the ‘gritty social realism’ of post war years, the British New Wave cinema of the late 1950s and early 1960s artistically captured the sentiments and sensitivities of the angry and disillusioned young working class of the...
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French Literature- Diderot
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...Mademoiselle de la Chaux, the second narrator notices something in Diderot’s facial expression and says, “There was a catch in your... ? Answers to Questions regarding Denis Diderot’s “This is Not a Story What does the narrative strategy of having 2 narrators dialogue with each other teach us about the story that is being presented? In Diderot’s “This is Not a Story,” the narrative strategy of having two narrators dialogue with each other teaches us that the interpretation of the events in any story would normally require at least two narrators in order for it to at least appear objective to the readers. The events in the story involve conflicts in the relationships that people share and generally...
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Book Review
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...Mademoiselle, Cosmopolitan, and New Woman. In fact her work has been cited in renowned and established publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, and U.S. News and World Report, among others. Among her books, comes a national bestseller Excess Baggage: Getting Out of Your Own Way (1993) and How to Stop Looking for Someone Perfect and Find Someone to Love (1984) among others. Dr. Sills wrote this book in 1987, and its complete title is A Fine Romance: The Passage of Courtship from Meeting to Marriage. In it she has used all her hard-earned 16 years of experience, and its title is a quintessence of its contents. In other words, A Fine... Book Review On A Fine Romance By Judith ...
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Exploring Types of Literature Creatively
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...Reisz. The mother-women i.e. Adele is apparently chaste and pious, but in reality she is the pleasure seeking lady... POEM CREATED AFTER READING EMILY DICKINSON The pageant poem under the “I Heard a Fly Buzz when I Died”, Captures all minds and melts every heart, While depicting the last moments of life, a dying person experiences, Dickinson portrays the colors of life, side by side the pains of death! During the last movements of life on earth, The dying person keeps an eye on everything around him, Even the most trivial ones like bee and fly, And on the most precious ones including blood relations and friends! But he has to bid adieu to all the family members and companions, And has to say good-bye for...
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Book Review On A Fine Romance By Judith Sills
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...Mademoiselle, Cosmopolitan, and New Woman. In fact her work has been cited in renowned and established publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, and U.S. News and World Report, among others. Among her books, comes a national bestseller Excess Baggage: Getting Out of Your Own Way (1993) and How to Stop Looking for Someone Perfect and Find Someone to Love (1984) among others. Dr. Sills wrote this book in 1987, and its complete title is A Fine Romance: The Passage of Courtship from Meeting to Marriage. In it she has used all her hard-earned 16 years of experience, and its title is a quintessence of its contents. In other words... Book Review On A Fine Romance By Judith Sills...
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YMCA
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...Mademoiselle have increased competition. The HFR facilities are ageing and need refurbishment, wheelchairs and maintenance to maintain modern standards. There is lack of pool services in some HFR locations and standardisation of the services due to numerous service units that have duplicated the operating costs... YMCA YMCA Case analysis Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) is an international federation of autonomousnot-for profit community service organizations that are committed to meeting the human services and health needs of men, women and children in communities. It was founded in England, London in 1844 by George Williams in response to the unhealthy conditions created by the industrial...
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Hedda Gabler
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...Mademoiselle." (361) And when Hedda expresses shock and disbelief, he takes advantage of his position and smugly asserts: "Well, fortunately, there's no danger, so long as I say nothing." (361) This way he tries to take control of the situation and seeks to manipulate Hedda just as she manipulates others. The play can only be fully understood when studied in a psychological framework. Hedda's complete disappointment with life, her unusual passion for pistols and her desire to see a beautiful death are psychological issues that are grounded in her extreme boredom. Her mind is not usefully employed which causes her untimely death. All the other characters... Hedda Gabler is a play about loveless marriages, ...
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European Film Studies - How useful is the concept of the auteur in the context of post-war European cinema
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...Reisz, and Gavin Millar (1989 -345) like this: “Cutting together two discontinuous parts of a continuous action without changing the set up. He cuts abruptly from one scene to another with little warning and no attempt at smoothness.” .The abrupt jumps with in the shot condense the time, while the space remains the same. Editing is invisible in the Hollywood model mainstream... Post-war European national cinema, especially the French cinema, lead by the French New Wave, was creatively critical of the blatantly commercial trends in Hollywood cinema. The Auteur theory is a direct by-product of this critical attitude. No doubt, the theory had it’s origin in France. Film making in Hollywood, almos...
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Had I Been White
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...Mademoiselle, who had become strangers to her” (774). Diouana has realized that the color of her skin was stopping her to attain her dreams: “Her skin. Her blackness:” filled her with an invincible terror” (774). It does not give justice to any man to be deprived of any opportunity because of the color of the skin. Equality in everything should be granted to every people regardless of color, race, and status in life. No one can dictate the destiny of a person just because of skin color. The final blow on humiliating the dignity of Diouana came when Madame Pouchet said, “But to find you telling lies, like a native, that I don’t like. I don’t like liars and you... English 28 September Had I Been White…...
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Victorias Secret Product Strategies and Customer Loyalty
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...Mademoiselle Vol. 96, 238-239. White, Camilla. (2006). Victoria's Secret: A Brief History. Retrieved June 22, 2006 from the World Wide Web: http://www.pamperedpassions.com/victorias_secret.htm... Running head: VICTORIA'S SECRET Victoria's Secret Product Strategies and Loyalty You're Over theyears the brand "Victoria's Secret" has undergone many different product line phases to lure new customers and to satisfy its older clientele. This research looks into how Victoria's Secret has utilized various marketing strategies to stay within the top percentile of companies that market feminine products for women. The ideas which this research focuses on are customer loyalty and how the company has transformed...
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Evolution of colouration in bird eggs
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...Reisz and Girondot, 2000, p. 313-14). The main ingredients of egg shells are calcium carbonate (which forms 95% of its contents), calcium phosphate, and magnesium carbonate (Grellet-Tinner, 2005, p. 99). The comparatively durable aspect of the hard shell is achieved by the presence... ., James P. Higham, and S. James Reynolds. (2005). "Why are birds' eggs speckled" Ecology Letters. vol. 8. 1105-1113. Grellet-Tinner, Gerald. (2005). "Membrana testacea of titanosaurid dinosaur eggs from auca mahuevo (argentina): implications for exceptional preservation of soft tissue in lagersttten." Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. vol. 25.1. 99-106. Labisky, R.F. and G. L. Jackson. (1966)....
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The Awakening- By Kate Chopin
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...Reisz, who is also in contact with Robert, and she becomes an inspiration, or rather an encouragement for Edna. Lastly, the return and the subsequent permanent departure of Robert further awaken her to such an extent that she decides to end her life. What remains unclear in this context is the dilemma – whether she gave up her life to prove the triumph of feminism or, in fact, she gives up on her struggle to fight for her awakening. It is seen that she experiences awakening not just once but repeatedly as she proceeds through the course of her life driven by various events. Moving towards the second part of the thesis... The Awakening – Kate Chopin In 1899, Kate Chopin published a very controversial...
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Symbols of Freedom: Sea and Birds in The Awakening
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...Reisz recommends that Edna should develop stronger wings for her artistic desires. Edna follows this recommendation and frees herself from motherhood, so that she can be an artist. The ocean stands for the chance of discovering and changing oneself. Birds, in addition, mean... 17 September Symbols of Freedom: Sea and Birds in “The Awakening” Chopin challenges the gender roles and expectations imposed on married women during the nineteenth century in her novel, “The Awakening.” The main protagonist, Edna, initially symbolizes the conventional woman; she is married to Leonce Pontellier and they have two children. Later on at Grand Isle, she experiences dissatisfaction with her life and marriage. Edna...
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Theories of Film Editing - Montage Mis-en-scene And beyond
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...Reisz, and Gavin Millar: (1989) thus: “Cutting together two discontinuous parts of a continuous action without changing the set up. He cuts abruptly from one scene to another with little warning and no attempt at smoothness... Theories of Film Editing: Montage, Mis-en-scene, And beyond Abstract: Cinema started as a recording medium. The camera was just a machine that would record the objects in space in front of it. This recording medium which only later became the most popular and powerful a visual art, was used then to record the theatre performances. Th...
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