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    The Attempts to Present English Art

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    to Present English Art “Britain had one century of painting.” Elie Faure’s statement summarizes best what critics, art researchers and collectors haven’t had the space, the heart or the inspiration to say in their restless attempts to present English Art. WHY? To answer this question we must take into account more than history and documents, we must evaluate the essence, the soul of the creator, of the English man. Andrew Crawley describes in his book (“England”), the English people as

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    The Use of the Integrated Arts to Support English Language Leaners Introduction When asked about the role of the arts in the daily classroom, the average person may not think “educational,” but in today’s society the arts can be just that. Integrating the arts into everyday lessons has proven not only to aid those who speak English, but those who are English Language Leaners (ELLs) as well. In today’s society, ELLs make up 10% of the student population (Brouillette, 2012, p. 68). Therefore, educators

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    students was to write the opening, group paragraph to Newsday and the Brooklyn police in Standard English. I quickly wrote down my belief, for I wanted to remember it as I read on. I knew that whatever was to come could be powerful enough to sway me, or raw enough to leave me lost. Before I delve in to my final belief on the ultimate choice made by the students of June Jordan’s class, “The Art of Black English”, I must justify the reasoning behind paying tribute to Reggie Jordan in the “language of [his]

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    Art of Characterization Aristotle laid utmost stress on the plot in a story, later on, this emphasis shifted to character. Character is less important in symbolic, satirical, stream of consciousness, technique novel or highly experimental novels. A great novel enables us to identify ourselves with hero or heroine and enjoy characters. The most enjoyable fictional characters seem to be very realistic. The pre-independence novelists showed marked tendency to construct regular plot, so as to convey

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    Literature is the art of written works. The word literature literally means : “things made from Letters” Literature is commonly classified as having two major forms fiction and non-fiction and two major techniques poetry and prose, and also it may be classified according to a variety of systems, including language, national origin, historical period, genre and subject matter. Literature may consist of texts based on factual information, or it may consist of text based on imagination. Literature

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    John Constable

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    could study at the Royal Academy School. His first landscape painting was in 1802 and after that he studied painting and English Rural life on his own. Constable developed a distinctly individual style. His paintings were "executed in the open air rather than in a studio, as was customary, was an innovation in English art. Constable departed from the traditions of Dutch and English painting by discarding the usual brown under painting and achieving more luminous lighting effects through the use of broken

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    The art of composition can be easily identified as the key focus in English 101. What I have found is that the class revolves around the process and individual steps it takes to compose a well written essay necessary to succeed in the class. Aside from succeeding in English 101, it also teaches students how to excel in their other classes and in their future profession. The initial question I had that was answered by the readings was what exactly is composition? The answer was described in an abundance

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    The Representation of Family in Nineteenth Century English Art 19th century art gives us a great insight into Victorian society and culture, its hopes, fears, likes, dislikes, its ambitions and failures and its preconceptions and contradictions (The Victorian Web, 2003) . Each picture tells a story and provides us with a great record of Victorian culture and the thoughts and pre-occupations of people throughout the 19th century. The home and the family became the centre of 19th century

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    that I speak perfect Standard English at all times. I believe that there is a time and a place for speaking Standard English. In addition, I believe that all students should feel comfortable when conversing with their peers in the classroom. Through analyzing these studies, there appears to be one question posed throughout both articles: should students who speak African-American Vernacular English (AAVE) be allowed to speak their dialect in an English Language Arts classroom, or should they strictly

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    Contemporary British Art "Highly visible yet evasively mute." Art critic Kobena Mercer, comments on the current position of African and Asian artists in Contemporary British Art, when he suggests that minority artists are seen and not heard. This oxymoronic position derives from a long historical legacy of European colonization and the emphasis on 'racial inferiority' and 'otherness.' On the one hand, British art is progressive, allowing some minority art in the general art world. Yet on the other

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