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Role of Female Characters in Fidelman's Epiphany in Naked Nude - Role of Female Characters in Fidelman's Epiphany in Naked Nude Word Count Includes Outline    Thesis:  In his picturesque short story, "The Naked Nude", Bernard Malamud uses the female characters to develop, enact, and resolve Fidelman's epiphany and to bring about the protagonist's final, artistic self-understanding. Bernard Malamud, a leading contemporary Jewish author, skirts between fantasy and reality in his almost allegorical short fiction, teaching the reader a lesson through coinciding elements of beauty and comedy.  Venturing away from his usual, inner-city Jewish element, Malamud tackles new challenges of subject and setting in his novelistic collection of short stories, Pictur...   [tags: Naked Nude Bernard Malamud] 1297 words
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Naked Vs Nude in Reference to Artwork - There is no difference between the words "naked" and "nude", in my opinion the words are pretty much interchangeable. The only thing that is different is how one interprets the words. A "nude" or "naked" body can be represented in a variety of ways. Most people will use the word "naked" when referring to a body presented in an arousing or sexual way, "naked" has a raw connotation, whereas many people use the word "nude" when referring to a body presented in an artistic way, which focuses on the form and shape of the body....   [tags: Visual Arts] 716 words
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Nudity in Art History - The word nude entered in the English dictionary in 1531, as a legal term "unsupported, not formally attested", from Latin nudus 'naked, bare'. It will be, in the eighteenth century, used to describe a painting or other artwork depicting a human figure in a state of near or total undress. While the word nude has becoming positive in art history, due to the large use of it over the years, the word naked has been always negative. In fact, its definition is “having no clothes on, having no defence or protection, unprovided with needful or desirable accessories”....   [tags: nude, naked, art] 1728 words
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Gustave Courbet's Reclining Nude - Gustave Courbet's Reclining Nude In the Philadelphia Museum of Art are five paintings by Gustave Courbet; of all of these I found Reclining Nude (1868, Oil on canvas, The Louis & Stern Collection, 63-81-20) the most interesting. It depicts a nude woman lying on the beach beneath a billowing canopy. A dark, but tranquil sea is in the background. The sky is dark as if the final rays of the sun were disappearing over the horizon. There are a few clouds in the sky, they are dark but not threatening....   [tags: Courbet Painting Art Nude Essays] 1499 words
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Rembrandt and the Nude - Rembrandt van Rijn was a Dutch artist well known for his many paintings and etchings of landscapes, figures and animals. His subjects included biblical, secular and mythological scenes. Rembrandt also dabbled in the nude even though they were not popular among his contemporaries. Rembrandt’s nudes were his interpretation of the real human body. He painted every wrinkle and every fold of the body. Rembrandt’s nudes were not considered ugly and grotesque. His nudes were unlike the Greek goddesses his colleagues would portray....   [tags: Art Analysis ]
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Teaching in the Nude - So there I was, standing in the locker room. There were eight four-year olds (boys and girls) the two teachers (both women, around the age of twenty five) and me. It was a Wednesday, which means it is a swim day. As everyone around me began shedding his or her clothes, I felt my heart skip a beat as I wondered where I was going to change. "Um, do I just take off my clothes and change right in front of the children?" I asked, sheepishly. "Well, unless you plan to swim in your clothes, I think it would be a good idea to take off your clothes!" was the Danish response....   [tags: Personal Narrative Essay Example] 866 words
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Nude Art in the Medieval and Renaissance Period - This paper explains the history and development of the nude art in the Renaissance and Medieval period. In the Renaissance age the patrons and artist readopted the antiquity of the classical Greek into representation of nude. This is an epoch when drastic changes occurred in which Christian authorities no longer viewed the nude art as something conflicting or shameful. In contrary they believed that nude being reformed in ancient in classical antiquity portrays divine characteristics and emancipates the light that is pure and heroic (Long, 2008; Bonfante, 1989; Tinagli, 1997)....   [tags: rediscovery of Greek and Roman art]
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Nudity in Art: A Personal Opinion - What’s with Americas’ problem with nudity. In this day and age why do American’s still flip-out over breasts or genitals. America’s fear of nudity is the problem in society today. If people could learn to accept the nude form then people could hopeful start to accept themselves. People fear the unknown. If people get over themselves and move on then maybe people can see that one doesn’t have to be ashamed of what God gave them. Through art people learn and if people keep censoring art than art can’t do its job....   [tags: Nude, Drawing]
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Edward Manet's Famous Piece, Luncheon on the Grass - Edward Manet, the French impressionist artists, is considered the father of the modern art. Manet was an influential figure for later impressionists. He updated old master themes and painted contemporary scenes with edge. He painted everyday scene, he painted for his own satisfaction. Manet used revolutionary subject matter to mock the Academic art. He broke the rules for painting historical contexts/convention art in order to free the artists. Manet’s style and techniques has been shocked the public and critics....   [tags: nature, nude, prostitution] 686 words
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Nature and Nude Bodies - Nature and Nude Bodies Beginning a long time ago, many companies started using sex in their advertisements; however, contemporary advertisements are beginning to use different aspects of nature to sell their products. For years, sex appeal was perhaps the most important attribute of a product. Companies would show young, half-naked bodies in their TV commercials and magazine advertisements. The producers sought to force the public audience to take pleasure by looking at these beautiful ladies, while also making viewers feel naughty at the same time....   [tags: Advertising Health Ads Essays]
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Images of the Nude Male in European Art - The human body, especially the nude male figure, has been a subject of art since the first scratching appeared on cave walls. Stick figures with phalluses denoted the male, procreation and dominance. Archeologists have found evidences proving that the male nude appeared in Egypt in the early Dynastic periods and in early Mesopotamia four thousand years ago. The Greek made the nude into art, and we, the Americans, made it into something commonly referred to as pornography. Until today, nude is still a major subject in art that everyone would have seen a few times, either in display cases of a museum or in greater numbers of male underwear ads....   [tags: Visual Arts] 703 words
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Self-Discovery in Oates Naked - Self-Discovery in Oates Naked   While other, less accomplished writers use violence to shock or provoke, Joyce Carol Oates is usually more subtle and inventive. Such is the case in "Naked," the story of a forty-six year old woman whose placid outer identity is ripped away by a brutal assault while out hiking not far from her fashionable, University Heights neighborhood. Like many of Oates' stories—and in this regard she probably owes something to Flannery O'Connor—"Naked" focuses on a woman so entrenched in her rigid self-image that nothing short of violence could make her vulnerable to a humbling, though redemptive, self knowledge....   [tags: Oates Naked Essays]
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Naked Lunch and A Modest Proposal - Naked Lunch and A Modest Proposal In 1729, Jonathon Swift published an essay titled A Modest Proposal, which dealt with the issue of homelessness among the poor families of his country. His satirical proposal to control the population of homeless children stirred a debate on the morality of his proposal. Two hundred and thirty years later in 1959, William S. Burroughs published a novel entitled Naked Lunch, which dealt with the desperate struggle of drug addiction and the governments role in rehabilitating addicts....   [tags: Swift Modest Proposal Naked Lunch Essays]
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Book Report on David Suzuki's "From Naked Ape to Superspecies" - The book being reviewed is called, “From Naked Ape to Superspecies” written by David Suzuki. This book is actually a revised and updated version from the last novel, which focuses on the same concepts, but back in the 1990’s. It has been revised and updated because as yeas have passed by many new concepts and ideas have appeared. The author of the book David Suzuki is an award winning scientist, environmentalist and broadcaster of CBC TV’s “The Nature of things”. David Suzuki is also a well accomplished author and co-author with the completion of more then thirty books....   [tags: From Naked Ape to Superspecies, David Suzuki, ] 1876 words
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Naked Lunch - Naked Lunch Naked Lunch has been described by the author as "brutal, obscene, and disgusting." It was declared "obscene, indecent, and impure... and taken as a whole... predominantly prurient, hardcore pornography and utterly without redeeming social importance," when brought to trial in Boston in 1965. However, declaring William Burroughs' novel to be completely without redeeming social importance seems inaccurate. Naked Lunch paints a vivid portrait of addiction in all its horror, and of the steady degradation of the addicts around whom the novel centers....   [tags: Naked lunch Essays] 406 words
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The Struggle in My Name is Asher Lev and Naked Lunch - The Struggle in My Name is Asher Lev and Naked Lunch Though most of the experiences and actions revealed in William S. Burroughs' Naked Lunch directly contradict philosophies believed by the Jewish faith, there is a definite connection between My Name is Asher Lev and Naked Lunch. This connection lies is the narrators' artistic roles in society. Both Lev and Burroughs stray from the surrealistic aspect of their mediums: art and writing, respectively, and portray life as they see that it really is....   [tags: Asher Lev Naked Lunch Essays] 712 words
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Michael Hollinger's Naked Lunch - The professors who composed Psychological Science explain that, “For [Sigmund] Freud, the powerful forces that drive behavior were often in conflict. A key aspect of his thinking was that we are typically unaware of those forces or their conflicts” (Gazzinga et al. 570). To Freud, conflicts in the mind consisted of the never ending battle between the ego, id, and superego. The “id” is the mechanism that drives humans to seek pleasure and avoid pain. The superego is a person’s conscience and morality principle....   [tags: superego, psychological analysis]
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The Naked Truth: Fiction - The house is dark and hushed as I make my way up the stairs to my bedroom. As I collapse onto my comfortable bed, straining to keep my eyes open after a rigorous day of school and work, I am overcome with a realization: "I still have to take a shower." Despite my bed's magnetic pull, I use what little bit of conserved energy I still have and make my way to the bathroom. Although my body is weary from exhaustion, a sense of satisfaction overwhelms my senses and emotions as I step behind the plastic drapery to a simple place of relaxation and renewal....   [tags: bathroom, shower, reflection, decisions, water] 583 words
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Are You Naked Online? - Cyber Security is of extreme importance of this day and age. Ted Claypoole and Theresa Payton bring some light on what we have already done and what we can do moving forward in protecting our identities. Everything about us today is involving computer networking. Our society simply relies on computer and the internet more and more each year. It is necessary that we protect ourselves from online predators and from online attacks. With so much information online about each of us, we must take the necessary steps in order to protect our identity....   [tags: personal privacy, cyber security, identity theft]
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Analysis of Jeffery Rosen's: The Naked Crowd - ... People are trading the power of privacy for the power of connection. People would not simply get rid of power, if power is really everywhere then people must often trade a power for another power, power never really vanishes. If we choose to define power as being everywhere, it is very similar to the law of conservation of energy, which states, “energy cannot be created nor destroyed, it can only change forms”, this means that people are always exchanging power rather than completely giving it up to simply fit in....   [tags: privacy, social media]
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The Naked Man of Steel by Angus Taylor - ... It was not only the nudity that bothered them, some viewers found it a horrible colour. However many were unaware of the meaning behind ‘Positive’s’ colour. To explain Angus Taylor states: “I often use material as partial conveyor of meaning. The sculpture was cast in carbon steel and was welded together with stainless steel. There is an honesty towards the process, since a foundry normally hides the panelling in the cast - here it is visible on the surface where the panels meet. The large figurative metal man is not imposing or threatening, but rather humble" (Taylor 2014)....   [tags: South African sculptor]
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Naked and Free in The Awakening - Naked and Free in The Awakening The Awakening, by Kate Chopin seems to fit neatly into twentieth century ideals. Chopin addresses psychological issues that must have been difficult for people of the late nineteenth century to grasp. Just as Edna died a premature death, Chopin's book died too. The rejection of this book, at the time, ironically demonstrates the pressure many women must have felt to conform to society. Chopin shows the reader, through Edna Pontellier, that society restricts women the right to individuality....   [tags: Chopin Awakening Essays] 491 words
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Naked - Naked David Sedaris; Little Brown & co. 1997 “ The women’s open” 1. Throughout the essay “ The women’s open” David’s father obsession for golf is shown. The power of his obsession leads him to forget what should be important to him. 2. Sedaris expresses the lack of heart his father shows towards people and even his children when it comes down to golf. For example the first day Lisa ever got her period was out on the golf course while her dad was watching a professional tournament, at first while she complained about her back pains he just simply brushed her off....   [tags: essays research papers] 1841 words
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The Conflict between Man and Machine in The Naked and the Dead - While the surface of Norman Mailer’s The Naked and the Dead centers around World War II, its focus is on “the conflict…between the mechanistic forces of the ‘system’ and the will to individual integrity” (Waldron 273). The ultimate domination by the ‘machine’ makes for a very depressing, hopeless novel. Mailer explores this conflict mainly in the interactions between General Cummings and Lieutenant Hearn, and although less extensively through their lower ranked counterparts, Sergeant Croft and Private Red Valsen....   [tags: Literary Analysis]
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Isaac Asimov's The Naked Sun - Isaac Asimov's The Naked Sun When the ship stopped Elijah remained on his seat. Then he looked away and saw Daneel Olivaw, he is a robot that look like a man. After Elijah Bailey went in an air-tube, a robot was in charge of the trip of Elijah, his serial number is RX-2475. When the trip in the air-tube ended, Bailey received information about Solaria and he learned that the population on the planet is 20000 people and 200000000 robots in a territory of 30000000 square miles. He then felt the need to see outside the ground-car....   [tags: essays research papers] 4355 words
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What is Race? A Naked Endorsement Versus Informal Existence - The presence of a social contract and a racial contract throughout a vast majority of history is undisputable; however, the ways within which these two unwritten, but understood, contracts have been presented or explained can be seen as a fluid process. Therefore, In Charles Mill’s The Racial Contract he contrasts two eras where the Racial Contract is seen as ever-changing, but not necessarily for positive progress. The first of these periods is referred to as one that is “the epoch of the European conquest, African slavery, and European colonialism, overt white racial self-identification, and the largely undisputed hegemony of racist theories.” Then, the second of these two eras is expres...   [tags: contract, social, society]
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Amazing Contemporary Art Painting, Marcel Duchamp‘s Nude Descending a Staircase - “It’s rare that a single work of art can change the course of art history in such a concrete and dramatic way. In fact it could be argued that all contemporary art owes its very existence to one painting: Marcel Duchamp‘s Nude Descending a Staircase. A painting that is considered to be the most influential development in modern visual narrative and what is considered innovative in art” (Naumann, 2013). “Marcel Duchamp rejected “retinal art” meaning attractive to the eye. He focused more on the intellectual ideas of his work and interpretations that people had from viewing his art....   [tags: cubism, women, cultural]
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"Naked" by David Sedaris - David Sedaris is a one of the best-selling authors. One of his books is called "Naked." In this book he talks about his life. David Sedaris is a great writer who wrote about his family and himself when he was growing up. While most people usually don't like talking about the humiliating moments of their lives, he presents the reader with his own obsessions and the numerous interesting and funny events from the life of his family. Sedaris uses a lot of sarcasm in his book; therefore it is very appealing and interesting to read....   [tags: Biography] 609 words
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Battles With Weather and Terrain in The Naked and The Dead - Often times, when I think about war, I only think about the protagonist going against the antagonist. I think that the only thing worth worrying about is the enemy and their position. We never stop to think about the weather and terrain that these soldiers face on a day-to-day basis. My vision of war is clouded by what comes out of the Hollywood movies. Luckily, such war veterans like Norman Mailer write and publish novels like The Naked and the Dead, which gives me a better insight as to what war is really like....   [tags: American Literature] 452 words
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The Naked Truth of the Poultry Show World - The Naked Truth of the Poultry Show World Professor’s comment: This student’s wonderfully vivid, often funny, first-person report brings readers into a little-known world of poultry exhibitors. Who could have imagined what it’s like to bathe fifteen chickens and groom them for judging. From this essay I learned a great deal about chickens, and the student’s talents as a writer made the experience thoroughly engrossing. Most people seem to think it’s pretty weird that I show chickens. They’re right, I suppose....   [tags: Personal Narrative] 2265 words
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Haley's Comet is Only Comet Visible from Earth with Naked Eye - A comet is a small icy body that travels in an elliptical orbit around the sun. Halley’s Comet, or 1P/Halley, is the most well-known “periodic” comet that orbits the solar system and returns to Earth’s vicinity approximately every seventy-six years. It is one of the only comets that can be seen from Earth that is visible to the naked-eye, and can appear twice in one’s lifetime. The comet’s last visit was in the year 1986, and it is calculated to return mid-2061. Halley’s Comet has been sighted and recorded for thousands of years by humans....   [tags: orbit, astronomy, solar system] 899 words
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Fujita Tsuguharu and Innovation in Japan - Fujita Tsuguharu was a pivotal character in the promotion and innovation of Japan as a country. As a diverse and popular individual in Paris, he gained fame and wealth while he developed his painterly style in the 1920s. He sought to reinvent and the “European nude” to sate the hunger of both the narcissistic European cultures and to uplift the Japanese style of painting. This was to evolve Japan’s culture and help to attain a national identity. The Second World War, however, brought about a change that attributed to a diversion in Fujita’s style in paintings....   [tags: painting, nude, war] 1620 words
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The Loss of Self During the Atlantic Slave Trade - During the Atlantic slave trade many different things were taking place; monarchies where becoming insanely wealthy, free labor was becoming a necessity and free African people were dehumanized and were forced to be slaves. From the capture of the African people and past their sale to their first owners in America they were constantly degraded and treated like cattle. On African soil; on transportation vassals; and on American soil; free people were brutalized and many became salves. Slave traders and “owners” used many different tactics to make their captives become salves....   [tags: dehumanized, naked, humiliated] 602 words
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Intercultural Knowledge and Competency: The Romans, Greeks, Japanese, Mesoamerica - ... Japanese really admire nature. One way that the Shinto influenced Japanese art was of their religion, spirits called kami. Kami is represented throughout nature. Japanese show how they relate to nature throughout their art. “They also show their desire for meditation, quiet reflection, and mental discipline, are all in the art they create” (Gateways to Art pg.340). Being a Christian, I do a lot of meditation too. I meditate to clear my mind and focus on God. It also gives me a chance for mental discipline....   [tags: nude gods, mythological heroes]
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The Apocalypse of William S. Burroughs’ Naked Lunch - The Apocalypse of William S. Burroughs’ Naked Lunch The roaring of lions, the howling of wolves, the raging of the stormy sea, and the destructive sword, are portions of eternity too great for the eye of man. (William Blake, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, p. 7) In 1980, William S. Burroughs delivered a speech at the Planet Earth Conference at the Institute of Ecotechnics in Aix-en-Provence titled ‘The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse’.1 In this speech, Burroughs, following religious tradition, says that the four horsemen of the apocalypse are Famine, Plague, War, and Death and moves on to prophesise a more contemporaneous apocalypse....   [tags: Apocalypse Burroughs Essays]
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Digitally Nude: A Look at Online Privacy - The popular debate question over which came first, the chicken or the egg, has never been decided. There are some very good reasons for both sides: The chicken needs the egg to be born while the egg needs the chicken to be laid. Both are capable of surviving without the other although it is tough to decide which would be the most important. The same relationship exists between the Internet and it’s consumers in the form of privacy versus information accessibility. While the concept of online privacy is desired by all computer users, it will never be realized because of the rapid evolution of Internet search tools and a growing abundance of online records....   [tags: Technology]
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Analysis of Nudity in German Expressionism - The visual representation of the human form has a history back to the cave paintings and beyond. As art developed through the Renaissance almost all painting followed convention – perspective of one point with nudes clearly from a one person view that is detached from the scene of the picture. The experimental work from the late 19th Century onward changed this perspective as the artists began to express introspection about the subject. Cubism and its representation of an object from all angles led German Expressionism to find the essence of subject from more than one approach....   [tags: Human Form, Deep Personal Involvement] 1720 words
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Comparing My Name is Asher Lev, Naked Lunch and Animal Farm - Comparative Analysis of My Name is Asher Lev, Naked Lunch and Animal Farm         What do a junkie, Communists pigs, and a little Jewish boy have in common. No, this isnÕt an Anti-Semitic crack. In fact, the answer is really nothing. Then how would Naked Lunch, Animal Farm, and My Name is Asher Lev make a good comparative research paper. ThereÕs no magic involved really. To solve this perplexity one must think like Chaim Potok who said that "no feeling, no thought, and no sensibility cannot be tapped or explored and revealed" (Abramson 59)....   [tags: comparison compare contrast]
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Laocoon: A Strong Tragic Hero - Throughout history, there are many scenes that are repeated in different mediums. Many of these scenes begin as stories. The image of Laocoon was first depicted with words as a story told about the Trojan War. Laocoon is a Trojan priest who had warned against the acceptance of the wooden horse. The gods, who are on the side of the Greeks, send two serpents to kill Laocoon. They first attack his two sons, and when he rushes to save them they attack and kill him (Lee 37). The snakes then return to the citadel of Minerva for safety....   [tags: tragedy, priest, nude, painting, poem, tide, sea]
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“Naked Villainy”: Richard as a Satanic Hero - In many religions and cultures, a demonic entity embodies the spirit of evil, ruler of hell, enemy of God, and tempter of humankind. This arch rebel figure often emerges in literature, and one of the most well-known is Satan, a defiant epitome of evil from John Milton’s epic poem Paradise Lost. There must be good in the presence of evil, thus there must be a hero with whom the villain clashes with, a bold character whom the audience roots for. In Shakespeare’s tragic play Richard III, Richard plays the role of both the hero and the villain by using his heroic traits to underscore his satanic persona....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Shakespeare] 1330 words
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Is Nudism a Deviant Behavior or a Healthy Choice? - Being completely naked strips us of more than our fabricated materials – our choice of clothes, shoes, shits, colors, styles, material, etc., are a part of our identity; who we are is defined by our choice of packaging. In a sense, clothing can provide an artificial identity. Depending on the event I might attend, my choice of clothing can profoundly affect my behavior, attitude, and mood. A two-piece suit gives me a level of confidence and security that I do not experience in cut-off shorts and a t-shirt....   [tags: Sociology ]
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Argumentative Essay: Women Should Not Be Allowed To Go Topless In Public - Argumentative Essay: Should Women Be Allowed To Go Topless in Public      In the summer of 1996 Gwen Jacobs enjoyed a topless summer stroll during which she was seen by a local O.P.P officer, was apprehended and subsequently charged with indecent exposure. Gwen Jacobs pleaded not guilty in court and won the right to go topless in Ontario. This incident brought up an excellent question: should women be allowed to go topless on public beaches and in other public areas. The answer is strictly no, women should not be allowed to go topless anywhere outside of their own home....   [tags: Public Nudity Nude essays research papers] 869 words
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Naked Lunch: Comparisons of Documentaries Super Size Me and Forks Over Knives - Documentary films have become a very popular in the last few years with the success of Michael Moore’s films fueling interest to learn while being entertained. Two filmmakers have benefited from this new interest in the non-fiction film movement, including directors Morgan Spurlock and Lee Fulkerson. The two filmmakers both made documentaries regarding healthy eating, or the lack thereof, in North America. Spurlock’s film, Super Size Me was about a healthy man who wanted to see what would happen to his body if he ate nothing but items from McDonalds for an entire month....   [tags: obesity and junk food in America]
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Modernity in 19th Century Art: Manet, Monet, Bazille, and Caillebotte - The Impressionist movement, while one of the more commonly known movements in art history, was also one of the most radical. As with anything new, there is a foreman, and Edouard Manet was this man. Not only did Manet’s paintings make him a crucial pioneer in the Impressionist’s revolt against the Academy’s standards of art, but what made him so radical was the way he painted and what he painted, along with others like Claude Monet, Frederic Bazille, and Gustave Caillebotte. Manet’s paintings exhibit something especially radical for the art of his time in the eyes of the academy and make them essential in leading up to the rebellion of the Impressionists; their modernity of self-consciousnes...   [tags: the impressinist movement] 825 words
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Art versus Pornography - Art versus Pornography       Her head rests on her left knee, with her hands clasped on her ankle.  Locks of hair are thrown about in an auburn blaze.  Her tight rosy lips are as red as her cheeks.  Her dark-blue eyes reveal a half-seductive, half-submissive look.  Her legs are in a subdued spread-eagle formation, leaving her crotch area quite visible.  Her white panties leave little to the imagination. The sexual overtones are more than just a coincidence.       Suspend your imagination for a minute and ask yourself if the description formed in your mind a work of art or, instead, a photograph of softcore pornography, found in such magazines as Hustler or Playboy?  Where this description...   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics] 874 words
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Analysis of an Image Taken from a Calvin Klein Advertisement - In this essay I will describe an image taken from an advert and use visual methodological approach to analyse and depict the different set of meanings produced by this image. In order to explicate my ideas I will provide a brief outline of the picture. Then, I will describe a number of coded and non coded meanings and how the advert is employing a range of signifiers to communicate messages to the consumer and reinforce the brand identity. (Barthes 1972) For the purpose of this argument I will explore the image in the context using Barthes methodology in its “signs” (Barthes 1972) produced and deconstruct the image in basic building blocks....   [tags: advertising, marketing]
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What is Cubism - What is Cubism. Cubism was an art movement that was born in the 20th century. It completely transformed the ways of painting, sculpturing in Europe. It was not only this but also other encouraged movements in music and literature. It was an art movement that was trying to contest a four hundred year tradition of pictorial art. History of Cubism Cubism was not only revolutionizing but one of the most influential art styles of the 20th century. There is a controversy about the creator of the style as most believe that Paul Cezzane who had a similar concept of art style to Picaso....   [tags: art, Picasso, 3-dimensional]
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