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    found in C.K. Williams’ The Vigil. His poetry does not present a necessarily negative life-view, but rather sees the world as most others do. He calls out commonplace people, places, and times in the same manner that most of the rest of us do, despite how dark it may seem. Williams uses a lot of punctuation in his poetry. His sentences, although full of commas and semicolons, flow smoothly from line to line. He uses a lot of clauses and qualifications in his writing. Each stanza remains fresh

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    Albrecht Durer Self-Portrait

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    (Gowing 195). Portraying the questioning spirit of the Renaissance, Durer's conviction that he must examine and explore his own situation through capturing the very essence of his role as artist and creator, is reflected in the Self-portrait in a Fur Collared Robe (Strieder 10). With the portrait, Durer's highly self-conscious approach to his status as an artist coveys his exalted mission of art more clearly than in any other painting. He seems to be "less concerned with himself as a person

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    ahead-of-his-time artists was also the British writer J.R.R. Tolkien. His major works The Hobbit (1937) and The Lord of the Rings-Trilogy (1954-55) are especially famous for their sometimes several pages long descriptions of the sublime nature of Middle-earth. Tolkien was not the first writer to create a fantasy world, but in contrast to novels like Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865) or Through the Looking-Glass (1871), Tolkien’s world is far more complex and connected. He gave his fantasy-world

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    In “London” by William Blake the grunge, and domineering nature of a city engaged in a transformation of industry, is articulated through the setting. London of the poem, and the 1700s and 1800s, was griped by a sense of overwhelming entrapment in the mechanical comings and goings of industry. This massive shift is expressed through the stark nature of the setting, and the speaker’s awareness of a sense of confinement, and malaise in the face of great progress. Blake’s choices in the portrayal of

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    Pink Floyd

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    involved in mind-altering drugs like LSD and was showing alarming signs of mental instability. They tried to work out an arrangement where newly hired guitarist and close friend David Gilmour would perform live with the band while Barrett would make his contributions in the studio. This didn’t work. Syd Barrett left the group to pursue a solo career. The band decided to continue on without Barrett and Waters stepped in as the dominant composer and writer. Using Barrett’s vision as an obvious blueprint

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    The Birth of a Star

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    on how a star is formed. Cloud cores contain sources of fierce infrared radiation, evidence of energy from collapsing protostars (potential energy converted to kinetic energy). Also, young stars are found surrounded by clouds of gas, the leftover dark molecular cloud. Young stars with warm cores usually appear in clusters, groups of stars that form from the same cloud core. We will discuss what special elements are included in molecular clouds that bring about the birth of stars. Basic Cloud Characteristics

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    Wake up Your Inner Child

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    Imagine your inner child waking up one day after a long time. You open your eyes after dark nine months. You are not used to light or sond. It's cold. Than giant two hands take you to a warm place with a heart beat sound. It's cosy. You just remebered you heard that sound before. You are at peace. A slightest sound upsets you, but comforting smell of skin calms you down. The world you first saw through shapes is starting to have colors and dimensions. Your eyes and hans are starting to explore.

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    Introduction Europeans saw Africa as being uncivilized and backwards, but they could become like the West with help. Africa was considered the “dark continent”, Europeans thought that the natives were below them and needed their “help” to become humanized and cultured (Jones). It was an attitude similar to orientalism, Africans had little chance to engage in a dialogue about their culture and heritage. Africa was a different and “other” land that was full of valuable resources to Europeans that the

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    true war story “does not instruct, nor encourage virtue, nor suggest models of proper human behavior” (65). Mary Anne did not truly become ‘dark’, because to her this is not a story about war; this is a story about a woman attempting to overcome gender roles and the inability of men to accept it. When Mary Anne begins interacting with the land and the material culture of war we are introduced to her curious nature. She would “listen carefully” (91) and was intrigued by the land and its mystery. Vietnam

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    is introduced to Robert Walton, the main narrator of the story, through letters written to his sister. Walton is on a quest to find the North Pole when his ship and crew members become stuck between sheets of ice. It is here the reader is then introduced to Victor Frankenstein who is lost and frozen in the arctic North. Victor begins to tell his story of how he ended up almost dead in the freezing weather. His story includes one of the main themes within the novel, which is the search of knowledge

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