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Exploring Identity and Time in Here, An Arundel Tomb and The Whitsun Weddings - Exploring Identity and Time in Here, An Arundel Tomb and The Whitsun Weddings    Larkin has been criticized over the years for the moroseness of his poems, the blackened description of everyday life that some people say lacks depth, however, unlike many other poets, Larkin does not always write the truth or the depth of his feelings. In many there is a voice, trying to convince its author of something that is usually quite evident or exploring itself but revealing only the surface. Why he is trying to convince himself and what are is true feelings present the real challenge and profundity of Larkin poems....   [tags: An Arundel Tomb] 1753 words
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Analysis of Poem An Arundel Tomb by Philip Larkin - ‘An Arundel Tomb’, by Philip Larkin, is written to preserve the image portrayed by a sculpture located on a tomb in Arundel. The poet uses this poem to convey the feelings, which the sight of this tomb induces for him. The whole poem itself is describing how an idea or identity in history is preserved through this sculpture. The poem consists of seven stanzas, mostly in trochaic tetrameter. The rhyming pattern for each stanza is ABBCAC. ‘Side by side,’ immediately brings forth the idea of the union of the sculptures around which this poem’s conclusion is based....   [tags: essays research papers] 1798 words
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Michelangelo´s Tomb Projects and Inspiration - The two tomb projects are; The Julius Tomb and The Medici Tombs. The Julius Tomb was commissioned by Pope Julius II in 1505, from drawings made by Michelangelo Pope Julius selected a huge three level monument with over 40 statues. The project was to be completed in five years and Michelangelo was to be paid 10,000 ducats. The Tomb was to be placed in the unfinished Quattrocento choir of St. Peter’s. However Julius decided to build a new church and lost interest in the Tomb project, perhaps because of lack of money....   [tags: Renaissance, catholic church, tomb projects] 932 words
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The Empty Tomb - With Easter hopping quickly towards us, the origins of the holiday could come to mind; there had to be some other reason for starting the celebration besides getting chocolate bunnies and coloring eggs. For some, it goes back to the time of Rome as the world power and one event. Jesus Christ of Nazareth rose from the dead. There has been speculation since the very day it happened, if Jesus Christ really rose from the dead. Questions have been circulated such as: did He even really die or just pass out on the cross with the cold air of the tomb woke him up....   [tags: Theology ]
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Robert Browning’s My Last Duchess and The Bishop Orders His Tomb at Saint Praxed’s Church - Dramatic Monologue in Robert Browning’s My Last Duchess and The Bishop Orders His Tomb at Saint Praxed’s Church The general public knows Robert Browning as the writer of “The Pied Piper” a beloved children’s tale, and the hero of the film The Barrett’s of Wimpole Street. Most recognize him for little else. The literary world recognizes him as one of the most prolific poets of all time. However, his grave in Westminster Abbey stands among the great figures in English history. At his death at age seventy-seven, Robert Browning had produced volumes of poetry....   [tags: Last Duchess Bishop Orders His Tomb]
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Arundel Partners Investment Analysis - Arundel Partners Investment Analysis EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Background The proposed business venture, Arundel Partners, is an investment group which would purchase the sequels rights associated with all films produced by 1 or more selected U.S. movie production studios for a specified period of time, or a specified number of films. As your investment analysts, our goal is to assess the value of the sequel rights to allow a determination of the value of the overall investment as well as a reasonable price-per-film for the sequel rights....   [tags: Business Analysis Management] 1865 words
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The Excavation and Discovery of Tutankhamun's Tomb - ... Carter was able to find the tomb as a result of finding the top step with another twelve steps following down to a blocked wall that had been plastered. Carter described what he saw when he opened the antechamber wall “As my eyes grew accustomed to light, details of the room emerged slowly from the mist, strange animals, statues and gold- everywhere the glint of gold” describes the types of treasure that were found in the tomb and that the tomb probably had not been robbed. Carter goes on to recount more of what he saw “I was struck dumb with amazement, and when Lord Carnarvon, unable to stand the suspense any long, inquired anxiously, ‘Can you see anything?’ it was all I could do to get...   [tags: notorious archaelogical discoveries]
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The Tomb of Tutankhamen - What does the tomb of Tutankhamen and its contents show about the Egyptian concern for the afterlife. Tutakhamen's tomb, and the artifacts inside are an indication of the concern the Ancient Egyptians held for the after-life of their king. On the 26th of Nov. 1922, the English archaeologist Howard Carter opened the virtually intact tomb of a largely unknown pharaoh, Tutankhamen. This was the first, and the finest royal tomb found in the history of Egyptology. It took almost a decade of meticulous and painstaking work to empty the tomb of Tutankhamen....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Tomb 10A - Tomb 10A was discovered near the Nile River in a region known as Deir el-Bersha (The Secrets of Tomb 10A: Egypt 2000 BC 2009). It is the 4,000 year old resting place of a governor and his wife, both of whom ruled during the 11th or 12th dynasty and are named Djehutynakht. After the tomb was excavated in 1915 by archaeologists from Harvard University and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston (MFA), it was clear that what they had found was a consummate archetype of traditional Egyptian burial practices....   [tags: Archaeology] 1969 words
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The Tomb of Jesus - The Tomb of Jesus 1980, South Jerusalem, a build site for new apartments are held when a tomb of some sort is found while digging. Upon the arrival of the first archaeologists Josef Gat, Amos Kloner and Shimon Gibson one thing was noted right away, the strange symbol over the door to the Tomb. Nothing like it had ever been seen before, a decorative V- or Y-shaped chevron over a prominent circle. It measured more than a meter wide. All three archaeologists knew that the splendor of the fascia, especially in a tomb with no other decorative features, was extremely rare....   [tags: Movies Film] 838 words
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The Discovery of King Tutankhamen Tomb in 1922 - The discovery of King Tutankhamen tomb in 1922 has caught the attention of the world. The ancient Pharaoh's tomb is the only known find that is in its original state. Thieves have not looted the tomb (Sayre, 2011). According to Rompalske (2000), in Egypt's Valley of the Kings was King Tutankhamen tomb found. Nearby burial sites were long been looted by grave robbers or damaged by floodwaters. Somehow, the tomb remained undisturbed for 3,000 years. This undisturbed condition is significant because the world only knew of what contents should be in a Pharaoh's tomb from ancient writings....   [tags: egyptians, pharaoh, original state] 539 words
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The Emperor's Tomb - The Emperor's Tomb, although not a truly accurate and detailed account of World War 1 does depict the rise and fall of both the Austria-Hungarian Empire and an influential name, the Trotta's in a meaningful manner. Joseph Roth, in his novel, uses a key descendant of the Trotta family to show how war changed their lives but does not erase centuries of Austria-Hungarian pride. Rich and poor alike go to war in hopes of preserving their country, pride and power. None of them knew that the cost of war could be so harmful to everything that they fought so hard to preserve in their beloved country....   [tags: European History] 1008 words
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At the Tomb of the Inflatable Pig - Introduction Through the eyes of a British man Paraguay is pictured as a country of eccentricity and contradiction, of beguilingly individualistic men and women. As this TP was written my points of view was the most important information source, disagreeing with the author in some of his statements. He describes a dirty country, and in my defence it is not like that. In relation to the title, in the cover of the book is the photo of a pink pig. It does not say why, but I suppose that it would be on sale in the market and called his attention....   [tags: essays research papers] 1452 words
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Camera Techniques in The Tomb Raider - Camera Techniques in The Tomb Raider This is an action packed film and the cameras reflect this very well. They are very quick to move and follow the action the audience wants to see. The camera shows the status of the characters within its movement, an example of this is when Lara is stood on the ledge and the camera shows her looking down onto the men whom are supposed to be the higher statue as they are in control of the situation when really Lara has the information they need....   [tags: Papers] 719 words
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Lara Croft: Tomb Raider Challenging Gender Dichotomy - Lara Croft, the idealized woman figure, with a man’s touch. In the movies, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and the sequel Tomb Raider: Cradle of Life, the main roll of Lara Croft is played by actress Angelina Jolie. She has the typical idealized look for such a role, small waist, large breasts, and overall “fit” demeanor. Angelina Jolie fits all the necessary criteria for the starring role, she is viewed by many people as a sex object, an image of their desire that they can fantasize about, but will never really be able to attain....   [tags: movies, video games, term papers] 1995 words
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Naguib Mahfouz' Fountain and Tomb - In the novel Fountain and Tomb by Naguib Mahfouz, the reader is thrown into a small alley in Cairo, Egypt in the 1920s. The narrator is an adult reliving his childhood through many random, interesting vignettes of his youth. We learn about many different aspects of Egyptian life from political rebellion, to arranged marriages, to religious devotion, to gang warfare. We are led to conclude that one of the major themes of the book is Truth. We come to question whether Truth is something that always needs to be known....   [tags: essays research papers] 1586 words
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Excavation of King Tut's Tomb by Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon - a) The site: 1) 2) The site of Tutankhamun's tomb was found in 1922 by Howard Carter and his sponsor Lord Carnarvon which was funding the search. When Carter and his crew were excavating they went back to a line of builders huts carter had previously searched a few seasons earlier. It was there where carter and his crew found a step stone they slowly uncovered more steps leading to the tomb. Once they had discovered a possible tomb Carter immediately sent a telegram to Lord Carnarvon which said, “At last have made wonderful discovery in valley; a magnificent tomb with seals intact; re-covered same for your arrival; congratulations.” within a week Carnarvon came with his crew and they...   [tags: buriel, pharoahs, afterlife] 989 words
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Life in Egypt According to the Contents of Tutankhamun’s Tomb - Life in Egypt According to the Contents of Tutankhamun’s Tomb After an examination of the contents of Tutankhamun’s tomb I have concluded that it was not necessarily a time of change for industries due to the fact that it has been known that they stayed the same since the beginning of the 18th century. Though during this time there was a drastic change in religions. Before Tutankhamun began his reign as pharaoh his father Akhenatun (Pharaoh of that time) successfully change the religion from Amun to Atun, which in turn just so happened to be what hiss father had tried to accomplish in the previous years that he himself had reign as Pharaoh....   [tags: Free Essays] 400 words
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Sacrifice in War: Personal Narrative - There are many families in American history that sent a beloved friend or family member to war and never knew what happened to them. They had no idea if their loved one is one of the many dead soldiers that came back to America. Many of those families who had to suffer did not know what happened to their fellow friend or family member. To honor all the unknown soldiers that gave the greatest sacrifice, their life, a tomb was built in their name. Their life was not the only sacrifice they gave up to protect this country; they also gave up their identities....   [tags: american history, the tomb of the unkwnown]
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The Etruscans Set the Stage for Future Civilizations - The Etruscans were a fascinating civilization located in the city of Rome. Although they are practically unheard of in present day, they set the stage for all future civilizations ahead of them. While we do not have many remains of their culture, the few that we have give us an insight on to what life was like living in an Etruscan city. Cerveteri, also known as Caere, was an Etruscan metropolis located just outside Rome. It was thought to be home to around 25,000 people in 600 BCE. During the 7th century, Cerveteri went through a brisk economic advancement, causing it to become one of the main trading centers....   [tags: rome, grecian, tomb] 768 words
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Ficitonal Depictions of Archeologists in March or Die - Since the 1920’s, archeologists in fiction have been stereotyped according to what the public depicts them, or their field of study, to be. Some of these stereotypes, such as that in the Indiana Jones, are misinterpretations of true archeology. Although, in the movie, March or Die, the actual archeological method was represented, and adhered to. March or Die was directed by Dick Richards, and features an archeologist by the name of Monsieur Marneau. He was a man who had true interest and in-depth appreciation, of antiquity....   [tags: grief, excavation, tomb] 696 words
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The Famous Egyptian Pharoah King Tut - One of the most famous Egyptian pharaohs was Tutankhaten, better known as King Tut. Tutankhaten is most known for his tomb found by Howard Carter. Egyptologists are still attempting to find out more about this fascinating king. Akhenaten the Fourth was a very unique pharaoh. He moved his entire kingdom to a completely different location and changed the religion. He was also the father of King Tut. There is currently a debate about who Tut’s mother was. Some scientists say it was Nefertiti while others say that it was Akhenaten’s sister....   [tags: testing, religion, tomb, tutankhaten] 838 words
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Types of Islamic Architecture - Muslims have derived their architecture style from the Byzantines, the Copts, Romans, and the Sassanids. The types of Islamic architecture are the Mosque, the Tomb, the Palace, and the Fort. Islamic architectural style developed soon after the time of the Prophet Muhammad. Example may be known with the completion of the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. It featured interior vaulted spaces, a circular dome, and the use of decorative pattern. The art of building was popular. ​ Islamic artchitecture forbids any use of symbolic art such as statues, paintings, or other representations of living things....   [tags: origins, mosque, tomb, palace] 520 words
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Dramatic Monologue by Robert Browning, The Bishop Orders His Tomb at Saint Praxed’s Church - In Robert Browning‘s dramatic monologue, “The Bishop Orders His Tomb at Saint Praxed’s Church,” the reader encounters a speaker who appears to be overtly conceited, object-oriented, and scornful. Due to the fact that the speaker is on his deathbed, the poem is written as one gigantic clump in blank verse, which allows the reader to infer that there is certain disarray in the speaker’s tone. His hasty speech is indicative of the numerous thoughts that are currently racing through his head during his final moments and it is evident that as these notions cascade out of his mind, they cloud his judgment and cause him to inadvertently reveal curious aspects about his character – aspects that are...   [tags: death, bishop, headstone]
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The False Theories of the Resurection - The resurrection of Jesus Christ is a incident that we have to take by faith. Many take it and try to explain it away but have difficulty coming up with a theory that is sound enough. The easiest way to deal with Jesus' resurrection is to take it by faith and believe that it really happened. Many people try to take away what really happened on resurrection morning. Some say that no one knew where Jesus' tomb was. They say that maybe he is still in some unknown tomb. For years it has been thought the Jews buried Jesus with rest of the criminals, in a mass grave....   [tags: jesus tomb, bible, joseph of arimathea]
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Analysis of Abbey Tomb, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, and To Autumn - Analysis of Abbey Tomb, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, and To Autumn ‘By using the first or second person – a poet creates a sense of direct dialogue with the reader.’ What is your response to this view. By the use of the first or second person a poet can establish a connection between the character and the reader because the poet can address the reader directly. The poems I have chosen to study are ‘Abbey Tomb’ by Patricia Beer, ‘The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock’ by T.S. Elliot and ‘To Autumn’ by John Keats....   [tags: John Keats T.S. Eliot Patricia Beer Essays] 1133 words
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Stolen Egyptian Artifacts - It was 2011 when Cairo’s Tahir Square erupted with a revolution against the government’s leader, President Hosni Mubarak. Fires caused by the friction from the protesters, the police, and the civilians trying to stop the violence, spread the destruction up to the doorstep of the National History Museum. In a desperate attempt to save the museum and it’s artifacts, civilians linked arms and hands to form a human barrier between the protestors and the country’s national treasures. Despite the brave efforts by those who wanted to protect the museum, 50 relics disappeared that night....   [tags: British Museum, tomb raiding]
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The Contents of the Tomb and What They Suggest About Life in Ancient Egypt at the Time of Tutankamun - The Contents of the Tomb and What They Suggest About Life in Ancient Egypt at the Time of Tutankamun Archaeological evidence from the tomb of Tutankhamun provides substantial information about life Kingdom Egypt in the eighteenth dynasty. From the archaeological evidence gained from the tombs conclusions can be drawn about religion and the afterlife, the everyday life of ancient Egyptians, of Government during the five hundred year period, and of the arts and sciences of the time....   [tags: Papers] 691 words
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Arlington National Cemetery - One of the most sacred places in America is the Arlington National Cemetery. Each year heroes are laid to rest here. Families from across the nation visit Arlington throughout the year to pay respect to their love ones. Many American hero families who visit the Arlington Cemetery may have been mourning at the wrong grave. Arlington was once the home of George Washington’s adopted grandson, George Washington Parke Custis (“Arlington” 4). Custis adored Washington so much that he wanted to make the house a memorial to him....   [tags: American History, War, The Tomb of the Unknown] 924 words
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Comparative Analysis of Ariel by Sylvia Plath and The whitsun Weddings by Phillip Larkin - ... Both The Applicant and The Whitsun Weddings present marriage as a societal norm and a process that is executed in a similar fashion by most individuals without question. A Birthday Present is thought to be referring to an affair that Ted Hughes (Plath’s husband) had. An Arundel Tomb explores the potential misrepresentation of a relationship between an earl and countess in the 1500s; it also explores the damaging effects of time on a relationship. The Applicant portrays marriage as an enrolment process (seemingly a job interview) whereas Larkin uses The Whitsun Weddings as a means of documenting the relationships or rather, the marriages that he witnesses around him....   [tags: Marriage, Society]
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The Concept of Daybreak in Larkin - A Brief Study - Introduction Philip Larkin, born in 1922, has been read under what are generally perceived as his major themes: death, fatalism and gloominess. However, throughout his life he had constantly been struggling with and reflecting on problems of sex, marriage, love, and living (cf. Motion, esp. 291). Publishing four volumes of poetry until his decease in 1985, Larkin became known for his lucid and often sharp-witted verse as well as for being socially withdrawn, sometimes called “the Hermit of Hull” where he resided from 1955 onward....   [tags: Poetry Analysis]
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The Story of Gerasene Demoniac - Introduction The story of the Gerasene demoniac sticks out in the minds of a casual reader of the Gospels. Jesus steps out of a boat and immediately comes upon a demon-possessed man dwelling in the tombs. Jesus casts these demons into a herd of pigs. They all die. The villagers quickly beg for Jesus to leave their region. Over some time, scholars have studied the differences in the Gospels. Each Gospel writer has purpose for including certain passages of scripture to convey their meaning. Taking this into consideration, what is each Gospel’s purpose for story of the healing of the demoniac....   [tags: demons, jesus, tomb, gospel] 1274 words
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The Mausoleum - The mausoleum at Halicarnassus was the very great mausoleum tombstone of one Maussollos, the ruler of Caria, one of the provinces of the vast Persian Empire, who also served as a Governor or Satrap of the King of the Persian Empire between 377 and 353 BC (Peter and Mark, 1988). This great tomb monument was so gigantic in size going by the ancient building standards and extremely lavish were the various sculptured adornments or decorations that in next to no time the building was being recognised in the Ancient World as one of the Seven Wonders of these Ancient times (Peter and Mark, 1988)....   [tags: Architecture]
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Persia's Historical Sites - Introduction Persia, a mysterious but familiar name, a name that we may only heard about in the Bible or movies, yet we don’t know what it’s really all about. In this paper, I would like to write a guide to unveil the mysteries of this Asian civilization by carefully choosing three historical and archaeological sites: tomb of Cyrus the Great, Apadana palace and Chogha Zanbil Ziggurats. From these sites, we could get a brief idea of ancient Persian civilization. Tomb of Cyrus the Great, Pasargadae The tomb of Cyrus the Great, which is located in Pasargadae, the capital of the Achaemenid Empire....   [tags: asian civilization, bible, cyrus]
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