Tyler Schmidt May 1st, 2014 Western Humanities Artist and Title : Louis Silvestre Perseus Rescuing Andromeda from the Sea Monster Location : Museum of Fine Arts See the Work Here : http://fine-arts.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Silvestre-Perseus-Rescueing-Andromeda-1719-793x1024.jpg Text: For my second writing assignment, I went to the Museum of Fine Arts to see Perseus Rescuing Andromeda from the Sea Monster, by Louis Silvestre. Louis Silvestre created this painting using oil paint on canvas
Clash of The Titans & Mythology Analysis Clash Of The Titans is a 2010 British and American fantasy adventure film that is loosely based on the Greek myth of Perseus. As it happens the movie does an excellent job of engaging several mythical themes. The story is basically about a Princess by the name of Andromeda who happens to be the daughter of King Cepheus. The King has gained a victory against the gods. In response, Hades, a god of the underworld demands that the princess be offered as sacrifice
An Analysis of Shakespeare's Sonnet 116 Shakespeare's Sonnet 116, denying Time's harvest of love, contains 46 iambic, 15 spondaic, 6 pyrrhic, and 3 trochaic feet. Like the varying magnitudes of stars that distinguish the sky's constellations, infused with myths describing all degrees and types of love, the spondaic, trochaic, and pyrrhic substitutions create a pattern of meaning that can be inferred by the discerning eye and mind. Shakespeare emphasizes his denial of the effects of Time on love
measure the universe and advanced the first convincing analysis of new data on the nature of the nebulae; providing knowledge that came directly from the sky rather than by discussion or revelation. Hubble's astonishing milestones were light-years ahead of his time, forever changing our view of the Universe. References Danielson, Dennis Richard, Ed. The book of the cosmos : imagining the universe from Heraclitus to Hawking. Cambridge: Perseus Publishing, 2000. Edwin Hubble. Biography page.
an American mythologist, wrote a theory called the “monomyth,” which shows that all ancient hero myths follow the same basic pattern. Many classic myths can be easily comparable to a modern hero story, such as The Dark Knight. Based on Campbell’s analysis of the monomyth, you can see that both The Dark Knight and the myth stories have an uncomfortable home situation. They have a call to adventure, and go through a phrase of denial and refusal. They learn truths about their pasts, receive special