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Comparing Two Works Of Art

- Comparing two works of art For my final project, I will compare two pieces of art and show the comparissons and differences that they have in the greek ancient period and the modern period of the same theme the representation of the Trojan war. The visual work art is a bilingual art because it was made with the participation of two artists, Andokides (Red figure) and the Lysippides (Black figure) and it is titled Ajax and Achilles Playing a Dice a Game,it was painted in 525–520 B.C in Greece and it represents the ancient Greece....   [tags: Iliad, Achilles, Trojan War, Homer]

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The Minister's Black Veil and Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl

- Comparing Two Works of Literature “The Minister’s Black Veil” and “Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl” are two stories that have had the most impact on me from our assigned readings. Interestingly, both of these stories were written around the mid 1850’s. The former reading focuses on our sin and the latter on the issue of slavery. Both sin and slavery seem to be two concerns that had once corrupted this country. Some people could argue that it is continuing to do so. In my opinion, prejudice, discrimination, and sin are still occurring in the United States....   [tags: comparing two works of literature]

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Describing Two Works of Art

- Abstract In this assignment, I will provide the information on two, specific work of Arts that are unconventional. Therefore, after all the research that I preformed I actually discovered more than two, of course, but I decided to go with the most interesting to me. Justin Gignac created the first work of Art that I choose and the second one I choose was a building. The building is located in Sopot, Poland and it is called The Crooked House. In ending, this paper will have all the information about the work of Arts and the facts that back up the reason for the Artwork being unconventional....   [tags: Art Essay, Art Appreciation]

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Compare and Contrast Religion in Two Works

- Religion is sold to the masses daily. In 1925 it was sold to the masses in the form of printed material by Bruce Barton. In 1960 it was sold to the masses by way of a film entitled Elmer Gantry. Bruce Barton sold a different idea of Jesus than most people were familiar with. In the film, Elmer Gantry sold religion with bravado and arrogance which was not the typical way of selling religion either. In each work, religion is being sold but Elmer is a more exciting and relatable character than Bruce Barton’s Jesus....   [tags: Compare Contrast]

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Love in Two Works of Art: A Compare and Contrast Essay

- A Compare and Contrast Essay:(need creative title) “Art must be an expression of love or it is nothing.” Art is just that, one of many ways that people can express love. LOVE by Robert Indiana and The Kiss, by the French sculptor, Auguste Rodin are just two sculptures that demonstrate love. LOVE is a structure of the word love in red with the first two letters above with the “O” slanted, and the last two letters bellow the first two, that is displayed publicly in New York City. The Kiss can now be found in the Musée Rodin in Paris, France....   [tags: Romance, Affection]

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Feelings and Attitudes in Two Works of Poetry

- Both Mending wall and Digging deal with an Aspect of Work in the Countryside. Compare and Contrast the poets’ feelings and attitudes to their subjects The two poems ‘Mending Wall’ by Robert Frost and ‘Digging’ by Seamus Heaney were both written before violent incidents. ‘Mending Wall’ was published just before the First World War, where there was a huge amount of tension between countries and boundaries. ‘Digging’ was written before the Troubles, and this could have caused Heaney to write about history and stereotypes that have come around over the years....   [tags: Poetic Elements]

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The Necessity of Solving Society's Problems, In Two Works

- Whether logical or illogical, solutions exist to all of society's problems. In "A Modest Proposal" by Jonathan Swift, devouring children solves society's economical downfall. "On Dumpster Diving" by Lars Eighner contrasts the satisfactory as a scavenger apart from the never sated middle class. In "A Modest Proposal" and "On Dumpster Diving," Swift and Eighner utilize irony by presenting disturbing actions to emphasize the necessity of solving society's problems. Crafting their voices towards their attitudes on the discussion, the authors interest the reader to accept the topic....   [tags: Literary Elements]

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The Use Of Two Works From The Biblical Reference On The Calling Of Saint Matthew

- This paper will analyze the iconography of two works from the biblical reference to the Calling of Saint Matthew. Both of them portray a verse found in the New Testament, Matthew 9:9. The reading said: “And when Jesus passed on from thence, he saw a man sitting in the custom house, named Matthew; and he said to him: Follow me. And he arose and followed him.” This story is about a tax collector, Levi (Saint Matthews name before he became an apostle) being called by Jesus to come join him. Before Saint Matthew became an apostle he was very money crazy and cared about all of his belongings....   [tags: New Testament, Jesus, Gospel of Matthew]

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Two Works of Arthur Rimbaud

- A poet's life and the circumstances that surround it will affect their poetry. Poetry often speaks of the experiences of a poet's life, and of the feelings that are felt within that experience. Arthur Rimbaud, a 19th century French poet led an unusual life. His poetry reflects upon the moments in his life that are very meaningful to him. Some of his poems seem to be just as unusual as Arthur himself. Arthur began writing poetry at the young age of fifteen, when he fled from his home to Paris. During his time in Paris, Arthur wrote many poems that were later published worldwide....   [tags: Poetry]

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Revenge In Two Literary Works

- Revenge as a theme is cleverly built upon throughout Hamlet; with it being the driving force behind three of the key characters in the play. Revenge is a frighteningly vicious emotion, which causes people to act blindly and without reason. In Poe’s, “The Cask of Amontillado”, Montresor enacts revenge for reasons unknown. Hamlet in contrast, has all the motive in the world to complete his task; yet he constantly hesitates. The text reveals that the need for revenge creates a stranglehold on the genuine emotions, thoughts, and actions of three characters: Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, Laertes; son of Polonius, and Fortinbras; Prince of Norway....   [tags: Literary Themes]

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