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Different Dance Styles By Doris Humphrey And Maud Allen

- Different Dance Styles by Doris Humphrey and Maud Allen that Presented New Dances that Displayed Innovative Movements. Analyzing each personal dancer I am detailing the differences of each artist dance styles first starting with, Maud Allen, dance style used impressionism emotions through her movement at the time of her performance telling the story based on her movements and own emotions (Aloff). Based on feelings within that depicted the way she moved within the performance and displayed to the audience watching....   [tags: Dance, Performance, Doris Humphrey]

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Analysis Of ' Humphrey 's Atmosphere '

- Humphrey’s Atmosphere As I drive along the roads of Flagstaff, a few things immediately dawn on the mind; it seems like a place that would be used as some sort of cinematic scene in a movie. The air smells as though it would be something from a local garden; scenery that would be portrayed in a painting. The colors are seen as bright and vivid, with all different kinds of hues sprawled across the land for what seems like an infinite plane. Trees fly by at breakneck speeds as I drive by. Trying to focus on one thing seems impossible as all of the landscape speeds by in an instant, just to be replaced by something else....   [tags: Sun, Sky, Pine, The Setting Sun]

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The 1942 Movie Casablanca: Humphrey Bogart

- The 1942 movie, “Casablanca” portrays a World War II era enclave where refugees fled Nazi Europe and used this unoccupied city as a safe haven while pursuing their dreams of coming to America. The main character is Rick Blaine, played by Humphrey Bogart, who owns a nightclub and casino in unoccupied Morocco during the Nazi era. Blaine, whose sole purpose appears to be money, illuminates a sense of arrogance and self righteousness as he assists in retrieving the necessary immigration documents for those who are willing to pay the price for their freedom....   [tags: nazi europe, rick blaine, good and evil]

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The Inklings by Humphrey Carpenter

- The Inklings by Humphrey Carpenter C.S. Lewis heard the bells of one of the colleges strike noon as he hurried purposefully along the narrow cobblestone streets of Oxford. He disliked giving the tutorials required of his position of Tutor in English Language and Literature at Magdalen College and usually kept the sessions to the minimum required time. However, this tutorial had given rise to a particularly enjoyable debate, and he never liked to cut off a good hydebate, although he now wished he had....   [tags: Lewis Tolkien Charles Williams Dyson Essays]

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Free Love And Feminism : John Humphrey Noyes And The Oneida Community

- In the article Free Love and Feminism: John Humphrey Noyes and the Oneida Community, Lawrence Foster disputes two commonly held claims regarding John Humphrey Noyes and his values and ideologies about women. Foster’s overarching thesis is that, while John Humphrey Noyes was a proponent for women’s rights in some aspects, and the dynamics of the gender roles within the Onedia community reflected feminist values, John Humphrey Noyes was not, in fact, a feminist. This claim can be seen as Foster writes, “While it was true that Noyes was concerned to improve relations between the sexes, he was certainly no feminist” (167)....   [tags: Gender, Feminism, Gender role, Oneida Community]

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Transformation of Humphrey Van Weyden in Jack London’s The Sea Wolf

- Transformation of Humphrey Van Weyden in Jack London’s The Sea Wolf Jack London’s The Sea Wolf is in some ways a philosophical text and a product of its time. The strain it puts on the reader between a social Darwinist and utilitarian perspective against that of a more idealistic one is great. Many times the character of Wolf Larsen is a more consistent articulator of the Darwinian position and seems to always be getting the upper hand argumentatively. However, it is due to a phenomenological outlook on the events presented within The Sea Wolf that the alternative becomes intelligible....   [tags: Sea Wolf]

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Analysis Of The Poem ' Beautiful Friendship ' Masculinity & Nationalism ' Casablanca ' By Peter Kunze

- In the essay “Beautiful Friendship: Masculinity & Nationalism in Casablanca”, Peter Kunze lavishly explains the magnificence of Michael Curtiz’s 1942 film Casablanca. Kunze focuses on how the movie not only highlights an exchange of relationships, but how the film has an underlying meaning between these relationships. He also implies that there is a more complex meaning behind every character in regards to their gender, economic, and social roles. The overall thesis of his reading is “the patriarchal ideology underlying the narrative commodifies Ilsa, leading Rick to exchange her with other men in an act of friendship and solidarity as well as to dissuade any perception of queerness between...   [tags: Love, Interpersonal relationship, Humphrey Bogart]

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The New Dance In The History Of Dance

- New Dance is described as a developing art form; this dance was articulated in the early 20th century. According to Chapter 8 in History of Dance book, “the new dance emerged as a response to the ballet that populated the variety shows and music halls, which had a rigid formula of steps and poses” (Kassing). The New Dance was a product of several strands that interlaced together dancers’ studies and backgrounds; these strands and others were woven together in a historical, political, and societal framework....   [tags: Modern dance, Dance, Doris Humphrey, Martha Graham]

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The Importance Of Dance In Footloose

- Humanity’s artistry and creativity has slowly evolved and changed throughout the years. From cave paintings, to Renaissance portraits, to Victorian literature, and finally to modern experimental craftsmanship; art has been part of the human culture for years. This includes the evolution of what is known today as modern dance. Each type of new dance trend allows performers to accentuate and manipulate the body in new and certain ways. However, as seen in the popular movie from 1984, ‘Footloose,’ not all people agree with the notion that dance is something that Christians should associate with....   [tags: Isadora Duncan, Martha Graham, Doris Humphrey]

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Modern Dance : Ted Shawn

- There are many performers, choreographers, and artistic movements that have greatly impacted and influenced today’s American entertainment industry. One man in particular led a revolution of modern dance which created the dance style as it is now known and recognized today; this man is Ted Shawn. As an innovator of modern dance, Ted Shawn impacted today’s American entertainment industry through his emphasis on masculine rather than effeminate qualities in male dancers, and the creation of his nationally renowned dance festival and institution known as “Jacob’s Pillow.” Ted Shawn’s innovations regarding movement and choreography greatly revolutionized the way the male dancer is viewed today....   [tags: Dance, Doris Humphrey, Choreography, Martha Graham]

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