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An Analysis of Neutral Tones by Thomas Hardy - An Analysis of Neutral Tones by Thomas Hardy      "We stood by a pond that winter day," (1) This line indicates a still quietness, with lack of the movement of life. There is a vast difference in appearance and movement around a pond in winter and a pond in the midst of summer. This indicates no leaves, and no visible signs of life. The poet is painting a stark and lifeless scene. "And the sun was white, as though chidden of God,"(2) This is indicative of the modernist approach to light as being too harsh and not a positive factor....   [tags: Neutral Tones Essays]
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Comparing the poems Neutral Tones and Absence - Comparing the poems Neutral Tones and Absence Both the poems 'Neutral Tones' by Thomas Hardy and 'Absence' by Elizabeth Jennings mention and describe the poets' feelings about losing their partners. Even though the general theme, the loss of love, is the same, many features such as tone, imagery, language and rhyme scheme differ from each other. Hardy emphasises more on his feelings towards his break up. He doesn't actually mention how he feels, but instead, the imagery he uses and the way he describes his ex-girlfriend shows that he feels broken and angry....   [tags: English Literature] 2032 words
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Compare Aurora Leigh and Neutral Tones - Compare Aurora Leigh and Neutral Tones      The frenzied growth and progress of the Victorian Era had worked itself into a ferment at the birth of the Modern Age. Whereas the Victorian authors and poets seemed to attempt to hold onto themes of the Romantics, emulation of the Classical Age and the application of epic format, the Modernists used more conversational language, but similarly to Romantics, turned to introspection as an inspirational source. However, most striking, is the change of mood of the literature from that of optimism and expansion of the 19th century, to that of early 20th century's "pessimism, sadness, and gravity" (Agatucci, 2001)....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]
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Edwige Danticat’s Tones in We Are Ugly, But We Are Here - Edwige Danticat’s Tones in We Are Ugly, But We Are Here       When I first read “We Are Ugly, But We Are Here,” I was stunned to learn how women in Haiti were treated. Edwige Danticat, who was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, in 1969 and immigrated to Brooklyn when she was twelve years old, writes about her experiences in Haiti and about the lives of her ancestors that she links to her own. Her specific purpose is to discuss what all these families went through, especially the women, in order to offer the next generation a voice and a future....   [tags: Danticat We Are Ugly]
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Philosophy of Mind: Dualism and Neutral Monism - This essay will discuss the topic Philosophy of Mind (POM) which is split into four areas; Dualism, Materialism, Idealism and Neutral Monism. However, due to the depth of these four areas, only Dualism and Neutral Monism will be discussed more in-depth during this essay. Philosophy of Mind studies the relationship between the Mind and the Body. Dualism is an area of POM which argues the view reality is made of Mental things and Material things, with early dualists such as Descartes and Plato supporting this area....   [tags: Dualism, Neutral Monism]
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Neutral versus Affective : The Range of Feelings Expressed - In neutral cultures, the propensity of the people is to manage their sentiments so that it will not hinder with their judgement. Conceal what they are thinking or feeling. Inhibited conduct is admired. Statements are monotonic. In affective cultures, encourage to the expression of emotions. Reveal thoughts & feelings verbally & in face. Vibrant expressions are admired. Statements are emotional, dramatic. Achievement versus Ascription: ( How one achieves status) Achievement Ascription Respect for superior in hierarchy depends on his/his knowledge &skills....   [tags: neutral cultures, affective cultures, culture]
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Death is Neutral - Italics are thoughts. Neutral Death is neither good nor evil. Death is Neutral. I watched her, the girl with the green eyes. She was peaceful sleeping soundly as the first rays of light found their way into her room. She stirred, and my breath caught, hopeful she would not wake, but all the same, I wanted to see her eyes. Her beautiful, deep emerald green eyes. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ I woke up staggering in my half-awake state to the bathroom, gazing groggily at the mirror....   [tags: personal narrative] 798 words
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The Art of Arranging Tones into Music - ... If a person has been bullied, there are songs that can change the way they feel through music and inspirational lyrics. An example of a song is “Beautiful” by Christina Aguilera; this song shows us that no matter how different we are, no matter what people say, words can’t bring an individual down, because everybody is beautiful in their own image. Plato said “Give me the music of the nation; I will change the nation’s mind.” Referring to when the Egyptians civilization was united by music. (Revelationnow.net, 2012, sex,drugs, music and plato) The Egyptians used songs, lyrics, to show common ground about religion and such....   [tags: composition, inspirational lyrics, songs]
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English as a Neutral Language Tool - English as a neutral tool My earlier paper highlights how English is acting as a killer language for native languages. As globalisation has created a global village, the people of different languages need a lingua franca to communicate with one another. At present, English is a true lingua franca and a global language. Crystal opines “a language achieves a genuinely global status when it develops a special role that is recognised in every country.” (Crystal 3) English is spoken in different parts of the world as first, second or foreign language....   [tags: global village, foreign]
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Tones of Poems - Tones of Poems It is easy to tell how somebody is feeling just by the tone of there voice during a conversation. If a person is happy or just being funny they usually have a smile on their face, but if they are mad their voice becomes more stern and loud. The author can use different techniques to show emotion in short stories and novels such as exclamation points or italicized words. These techniques make the reader more apt to figure out how the character is feeling. In poems it is harder to figure out the tone....   [tags: Poetry] 527 words
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My Neutral Terms - Single Stories Reflection- In my mind I always have had many single stories of Africa and Latin America, as do most people. Most people do not like admitting the fact that they have certain thoughts and ideas about many different countries or continents, especially the countries in Africa and Latin America. I have always thought of Africa as a very poor continent that was dirty, and one thing that comes to mind is I think of the starvation issues going on in Africa. I always think of these ramshackle huts for homes, and when thinking about Africa I used to also think about the people that live there, African Americans....   [tags: perspective, ignorance, racism] 824 words
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A Neutral America in the War in the Film Casablanca - ... We’re patriots, no matter what the situation is we always get on the right side. Casablanca portrays Americans as a lot of things, the first thing is stubborn. We’re portrayed as stubborn because we do what we think is right, no matter what other people say, we won’t change our minds. We believe everyone is equal, that trait shows a lot during this movie with how Rick treats everyone he knows; he treats them all the same. Americans are also portrayed as sarcastic; during the film Rick has a lot of sarcastic remarks, especially to the German officers....   [tags: propoganda, Germans, gambling]
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Music and Modular Arithmetic and their Similarities - ... But The chord, as identified by its modular interval, is written as 4, 3, 5. That is because E is 4 semitones above C, G is 3 semitones above E and the next octave C is 5 semitones above the G. The aim of this exploration is to investigate the correlation between the inversions of major triads and dominant seventh chords and the arithmetic sequence of the intervals of the notes. The major triad of any given scale in its root position is called the “1~3-5” chord. This is because in the scale it is made up of the first (or root), third, and fifth notes....   [tags: Chords, Tones] 1198 words
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Gender-Neutral Oscars? - On March 3, 2010 The New York Times ran an article written by Kim Elsesser entitled “And the Gender-Neutral Oscar Goes To.” Elsesser is a research scholar in Women’s studies and psychology at UCLA with a primary focus on gender issues in the workplace. The op-ed article argues that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences should merge the Academy Awards categories of best actor and best actress. Elsesser argues that the two categories need to become one category in order to eliminate gender segregation in Hollywood....   [tags: Kim Elsesser, Hollywood, Gender] 998 words
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Gender Neutral Society - Gender Neutral Society New style manuals imposed on students today in English classes across the globe tell them to avoid generic "he" and rewrite their sentences in other ways. A great lesson and a leap forward in removing the very roots of our self-made patriachical society. The English language is changing whether we like it or not, and generic 'he-him-his' may not even exist in 5 or 10 more years. But what of that one book that has stayed relatively the same for generations....   [tags: Papers] 1160 words
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Tones of Intensity, Paranoia and Desperation Used in Crane's The Red Badge of Courage - War is an experience that many would consider brutal, horrific, and even inhumane. It is however, a part of the fabric of humanity. It has happened, is happening, and will continue to happen as long as there are humans on Earth. In Stephen Crane’s novel, The Red Badge of Courage, he depicts the time of the Civil War through the eyes of a young new soldier named Henry. Crane uses masterful imagery and figurative language to stimulate the reader’s imagination, but also to engage their mind as they envision the intensity of war and picture the reality of the circumstances....   [tags: The Red Badge of Courage]
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Gender-Neutral English Language - Gender-Neutral English Language The English language has evolved through history in a male-centered, patriarchal society. The male orientation of English carries two complementary implications: being male is normative and natural; and therefore, not being male is abnormal and unnatural. The shifting of our language from masculine to gender-neutral may be awkward at first, and our children may wonder what all the fuss was about. The English language is always changing and the future will hold a gender-neutral language....   [tags: Papers] 2950 words
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Neutral Diction in Disillusionment of Ten O'Clock - The Disillusionment of Ten O'Clock, what a time of night. "The houses are haunted by white night-gowns." Everything is the same from one house to the next. Not only does Wallace Stevens hint at the Disillusionment of Ten O'Clock, he also brings forth feelings of loneliness and despair through his select use of neutral diction. Stevens emphasizes neutral diction using parallelism and repetition, the sameness of the syntax, and an ironic change in wording. Nevertheless, the emotion of the poem is only brought about by Stevens' specific use of neutral diction....   [tags: Wallace Stevens] 653 words
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Salinger's Many Tones in "For Esme - with Love and Squalor" - J.D. Salinger displays many tones in his short story "For Esme - with Love and Squalor." In the beginning the tone is quite scornful and sarcastic towards his mother-in-law and his wife. Next, we see a sensitive and youthful tone, when the narrator, Sergeant X, interacts with children. There is also an angry tone that appears closer to the end of the story that refers to his brother. These tones are shown on several different occasions throughout the story; in each instance the tone describes the narrator's attitude toward the character....   [tags: Free Essays] 429 words
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Revenue Neutral and Enhancing Alternative Proposal for Unethical Taxation of Salaried Income - ... More recently, the National Federation of Independent Businesses has asserted that one principle of ‘‘fair’’ social security reform is that payroll taxes must not be increased. In tax-related matters, taxpayers are rightfully influenced by their economic self-interest. However, in attempting to influence tax policies, taxpayers (be they individuals or corporate executives acting on behalf of their firms) should also contemplate what is fair and ethical, because ignoring such concerns potentially undermines a crucial attribute of any tax system – the extent to which the system’s structure provides for fair and ethical treatment of taxpayers....   [tags: systems governing interactions among entities] 1192 words
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The Tones The Sun Rising and To His Coy Mistress - The Tones The Sun Rising and To His Coy Mistress The sun rising John Donne (1572-1631) I feel that this poem is written from a perspective that gives the sun power, however it also makes the king sound of great power and importance almost to rival the sun. I am incline to believe that the poet would or might have been commissioned by the king to write poems, so that fact that the king is seen as all powerful in the poem would please him. I believe that the poem and its individual verses give a different aura for each of themselves....   [tags: Papers] 698 words
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Their Eyes Were Watching God, by Zora Neale Hurston - Explained Styles & Tones Of Their Eyes Were Watching God “Ships at a distance have every man’s wish on board.” (pg.1, par.1) and so begins the powerful story of Janie Crawford, along with the author’s menagerie of different styles and tones. These tones and styles set the stage for Zora Neale Hurston’s major themes, all of which were strongly introduced and defended throughout the novel. Hurston’s themes vary from sexism, to dialogue, and to religion; which during her time were extremely prudent issues to the U.S....   [tags: Explained Styles and Tones] 956 words
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The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro: Contrasting the Upper and Lower Classes - ... In the interests of the guests we have staying here. I’ve looked into it carefully, Stevens, and I’m letting you know of my conclusion’” (146). He uses this statement to qualify the former; however, he still does not identify the housemaids or make any reference to them. Lord Darlington only worries about the “interests of the guests,” not the interests of the two employees he is firing. He is also extremely indifferent towards the feelings of the people, as he does what is “good for this house,” not what is good for the employees within it....   [tags: cruelty, detachment, racism, tones] 1333 words
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A Risk Neutral Framework For The Pricing Of Credit Derivatives - A Risk Neutral Framework For The Pricing Of Credit Derivatives 1. INTRODUCTION Considerable research effort has gone into Credit Derivatives since the early 1990’s. The roots of credit derivatives can be traced back to the notion that the credit risk of a firm can be captured by the credit rating ascribed to it. This premise is also the cornerstone of loan pricing and credit risk management models the world over, including J.P. Morgan’s CreditMetricsTM. Empirical research enables the predictability of the event of default as well as the Loss in the Event of Default (LIED)....   [tags: Business Finance Essays]
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The Equality of Conditions Does Not Lead to Happiness for Women - This paper examines few general effects of the gender-neutral society in men and women. The paper aims to show that equality of conditions between men and women does not necessarily lead to the happiness of women. The feminist movement is identified as the most influential movement leading society to the gender-neutral society. The movement is described as the first and second waves and shows how transition the transition between the two ultimately led the gender-neutral society. The increasing number of women in college is identified as an advancement for women, but not enough for women....   [tags: Gender-Neutral Society]
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What problem, essentially, is C. Stephen Evans attempting to resolve? Is his resolution effective? Why or why not? - C. Stephen Evans is stating there is a problem with the philosophy of religion having a neutral stance. Evans rejects both fideism as well as neutralism, and believes that by trying to have a, “neutral, disinterested posture,” a person could, “cut themselves off from the possibility of even understanding what religion is all about,” (Evans, 1985 p. 115). Evans notes that the view of faith and reason, by some religious believers think it is an impossibility to have “rational reflection” on religion....   [tags: philosophy of religion, neutral stance]
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Casablanca's Portrayal of the Experience During World War II - ... Also that their fellow American citizens would be scared in thinking that America would lose, or that they weren’t strong enough compared to the axis countries. They didn’t even have a fighting scene in the movie, only what looked like army men from different countries trying to arrive to a certain destination. I believe that the movie “Casablanca” was made to promote the war. I believe this because, America wanted to stay neutral but American citizens wanted America to fight for what was right....   [tags: neutral, allies, army] 548 words
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Static Electricity: Making An Electroscope - TESTABLE QUESTIONS: How can you tell if an object is charged. How can you tell if an object is positively or negatively charged. How can you tell if an electroscope is positively or negatively charged. HYPOTHESIS: If you bring an object close to the knob of the electroscope and the two leaves of the electroscope move apart, your object is charged. If you bring an object close to the knob of the electroscope and nothing happens to the leaves of the electroscope, your object is not charged or is currently neutral....   [tags: charge, electroscope, neutral]
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Teaching British Sign Language to Improve the Lives of Children with Mental Disabilities - There have been countless ways in which doctors and teachers have tried to improve the lives of children with mental disabilities. A number of methods and lessons have been created to hopefully help these children. Though not all have been successful, there were some that stood out from the rest. One, specifically, was the teaching of British Sign Language. Teaching British Sign Language to mentally disabled children helped not only their ability to communicate but also improves their literacy skills and mental processing skills....   [tags: improvement in neutral behavior]
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World War I: Archduke Franz Ferdinard - World War I: Archduke Franz Ferdinand Shot and killed in 1914 as a result of disharmony between Serbia and Austria-Hungary, Archduke Franz Ferdinand’s death is considered to have been the spark that initiated World War I. Contrary to Woodrow Wilson’s wishes of staying neutral throughout the war, the United States eventually joined forces with the Triple Entente against the Triple Alliance. Based on the beliefs and actions of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, it was in the national interest of the United States to declare war in 1917 due to Austria-Hungary and Serbia’s relationship, the cause and effect of the archduke’s death, and the formation of alliances....   [tags: alliance, neutral, warfare] 918 words
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American History: World War I - ... It can be best described as an economic boom. The United States was lending money to European countries. These countries then used that money to buy weapons and supplies for war from America. The United States was effectively providing the weaponry for the war to both sides in Europe. The war also cut off European immigrants. This was positive and negative because although it cut off the American work force, it forced factories to look to the South for workers. There were many unemployed blacks living in poverty there, and they rushed at the opportunity of work....   [tags: neutral, peace, germany] 719 words
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What is Bioengineering and Its Roles? - Over the past few years, Biomedical engineering has emerged as one of the fastsest growing jobs in the world. This speedy growth has brought much attention to the field, but most people are unaware of the vast opprotunities offered in Biomedical engineering. The average person believes that Bioenegineering involves making artificial parts for the human body. This statement is true, but there are also many other complex disciplines in the field of Biomedical engineering. Biomedical engineering involves a wide variety of disciplines, including tissue engineering, genetic engineering, and neural engineering....   [tags: tissue, genetic, neutral, field]
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Genetically Modified Food [GMF] - Everything in our live have two sides: one is good and another one is bad. It is hard to find perfect things. The genetically modified (GM) foods like other things have both sides which are good and bad in the same time. Now, GM foods are a big debate if it is good or bad for people’s health. The GM Foods mean food that produced from organic that had specific changes introduced into their DNA using the methods of genetic engineering. Even though GMF are causing damage environment and affecting on original farmers, in general most GMF have some advantages....   [tags: Neutral Disease, Nutrition Issues]
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Political Ideology: Nolan Test - Millions of citizens around the United States, at some point in their lifetime, obtain a political ideology. Typically, their political values are influenced by their parents. Political scientists have identified that around age eleven, children begin to develop political opinion. According to Wilson’s, American Government: Institutions and Policies, 91% of a high school senior class indentified with the same party as their parents (American Government 158). I can attest to this since I in fact have the same party association as my parents....   [tags: Neutral Stance, Social Policies]
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The United States and World War II - The United States is one of the largest military powerhouses of the world. Even though the U.S. has gained this reputation the country will put off actually having to use their Army to interact in any type of war around the world. The United States stays neutral in any war its allies are in until it gets dragged in or has to become evolved. That is exactly what happened in the 1940’s during World War II. The United States has stayed neutral in this war for almost three years before The Empire of Japan Waged war against The United States by attacking the naval base of Pearl harbor in December of 1941....   [tags: neutral military, japan, atomic bomb] 1105 words
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Comparison Of Tones Used By Ph - Two of the most well known black writers that were for the abolishnist movement in America were Frederik Douglass and Phillis Wheatley. At a time when a literate Negro would have only existed in a nightmare and when even the majority of the white women in the country were illiterate, these two authors of distinguished valor managed to write literature and recite speeches that inspired some of the most impenetrable minds to change their ways of thinking. Wheatley would move her readers with her subtle, yet powerful literature while Douglass would do the same with his powerful use of words....   [tags: essays research papers] 449 words
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Pre 1914 Poetry - English GCSE Coursework – Pre1914 Poetry How does Hardy portray the themes of loss and loneliness in his poems. I am going to be comparing three of Thomas Hardy’s poems. These poems are: Where The Picnic Was, The Voice and Neutral Tones. Hardy was writing in a time when women could not vote. Women were second-class citizens who mainly stayed in the home. During the time when Hardy was writing, it was very difficult for a woman to divorce a man. The only way the woman would be able to divorce the man was only if she could prove cruelty....   [tags: English Literature] 1780 words
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The Themes of Loss and Loneliness in Hardy's Poetry - The Themes of Loss and Loneliness in Hardy's Poetry Introduction ============ From 1862 to 1867 Hardy worked for an architect in London and later continued to practice architecture, despite ill health, in Dorset. Meanwhile, he was writing poetry with little success. He then turned to novels as more salable, and by 1874 he was able to support himself by writing. This is also the year that Hardy married his first wife, Emma Gifford. Their marriage lasted until her death in 1912, which prompted Hardy to write his collection of poems called Veteris Vestigiae Flammae (Vestiges of an Old Flame)....   [tags: Papers] 1187 words
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Quantum Neural Network - ... This has been demonstrated by many quantum 1.2. QUANTUM MECHANICS AND ANN 3 Figure 1.2: Quantum analogies for di erent concepts of arti cial neural networks algorithms such as Grover's search algorithm, Shor's factorisation algorithm etc. We can use this property and our knowledge of classical neural net- works to create a new computing paradigm called quantum neural networks (QNNs). There are many ways of using building a QNN. Figure 1.2 has been taken from [2], which shows various approaches to achieving For the purpose of this chapter will will consider only the Menneer and Narayanan model....   [tags: the human brain, artificial neural networks]
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Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris - In the novel, Me Talk Pretty One Day, Sedaris has used various literary terms which followed the use of a clear tone. This is clearly depicted with the author’s choice of words, as well as, figurative language. This demonstrates the author’s talent for casually laying out the absurdities of his daily experiences. In the novel, Sedaris has used a depressed tone. He explains how he is depressed by the French instructor. He explains that he is not alone to be belittled, but others also experience a similar attitude from the teacher, during the time they spent in class (Sedaris 13)....   [tags: david sedaris, literary tones, american society] 774 words
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The Work of Archibald Motley - ... Most of the eyes in Hot Rhythm are closed. In Portrait of My Grandmother the eyes are open and glimmer with the use of light hues of brown. Even though the eyes are open, the lines in the face of Portrait of My Grandmother highlight the features and give character to the eyes. The contour lines around the eyes suggest volume by using dark shades around the eyes. The color palate in Portrait of My Grandmother has low saturations or intensity of color. The values of color or tint is low using shades of grey, white, and brown....   [tags: portrait my grand mother, color] 675 words
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Analysis of the Painting, The Persistence of Memory, by Salvador Dali - Analysis of the painting The Persistence of Memory *Source: http://www.moma.org/learn/moma_learning/1168-2 NP - The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali is an oil on canvas painting (the oil on canvas being the medium of the artwork) painted in surrealism style in 1931. The painting is a form of two dimensional art. All the colors on the canvas are opaque and the painting has a smooth texture. We can see on the beach Dali adds more value (he adds more black to the green) to the shaded part of the landscape, and more white to the grass where the sun would be shining....   [tags: surrealism, Dali, melting clock]
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Three Ways Police and Probation Officers can Reduce Gang Violence - Police and probation officers use two words to describe their jobs, to protect and to serve. Not only do they put their lives in danger every day, but also help the community in more ways than one. Some ways that police and probation officers can help lower gang violence is by implementing laws more accordingly, establishing a relationship with troubled youth, and creating programs that benefit their well-being. The root of gang violence all begins at home and then spreads. A troubled teen may be lacking the love and attention from their parent whether it is because they work too much, or simply do not care....   [tags: neutral zone, teen gangs, police officers]
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