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    Vermeer

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    unnatural or harsh. In his life, Vermeer painted in two distinct styles: the first style (from 1653-1664) was characterized by brilliant use of color and an aggressive painting technique, whereas the second style was smoother and more refined with pale and softer colors. In other words, his style moved from one more characterized by a more masculine vigor to one of refined delicate subtlety. What remained throughout both styles was his exquisite combination of color and precision that harmonized

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    right at the beginning of the scene through the use of light imagery. He declares: "It is the east, and Juliet is the sun. Arise, fair sun, and kill the envious moon  ... Her vestal livery is but sick and green" Romeo connects the pale moonlight with sickness and grief and says that only fools have anything to do with it. Here Romeo refers to how foolishly he fell i... ... middle of paper ... ...c., 1986. Bryant, J. A. Jr., Introduction, Romeo and Juliet, New York,

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    This is demonstrated again after the murder of Banquo when Macbeth says to Lady Macbeth “Come, seeling night, scarf up the tender eye of pitiful day, and with thy bloody and invisible hand cancel and tear to pieces that great bond which keeps me pale”(Act III, scene ii, ll.46-50). This quote from the play also shows the importance of night and darkness to Macbeth’s plot of killing Banquo. He is asking the night to come and hide and cover up the things he has done to Banquo. These examples from

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    Influence of George Berkeley

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    Prickett goes further to claim that the effect of this idea on Coleridge “was to make him intensely conscious of light” (12). We can see this obsession with light and they way it plays on different object throughout “This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison”: Pale beneath the blaze Hung the transparent foliage; and I watch’d Some broad and sunny leaf, and lov’d to see The shadow of the leaf and stem above Dappling its sunshine! And that walnut-tree Was richly ting’d, and a deep radiance lay

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    quote depicts the rough times Odysseus will have on his journey, but also reveals that Zeus will watch over him. "The call to Adventure signifies that destiny has summoned the hero and transferred his spiritual center of gravity from within the pale of his society to a zone unknown∦"(58) Odysseus will cross the threshold and go places no one has returned from before.  On the island of the Cyclops Odysseus exhibits his abilities, as he developed a plan to escape the Cyclops' cave. "∦I deemed

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    The difference between life on the river and life in the towns along the river is an important theme in the novel ‘The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn’ by Mark Twain. Twain uses language to draw the contrast effectively as well as through the atmosphere that has been created, the diction, the punctuation and the figures of speech employed. The two paragraphs, which most effectively display this contrast, refer to the peaceful life on the river and the vile nature of the streets and lanes of a town

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    metals to form salts. (halides) ELEMENT ======= FLUORINE ======== CHLORINE BROMINE ======= IODINE ====== State at 20oC GAS --- GAS --- LIQUID ------ SOLID ----- Colour PALE YELLOW PALE GREEN RED-BROWN BLACK Melting Point (0C) - 220 - 101 - 7 113 Boiling Point (0C) - 188 - 35 59 183 ELECTRON AFFINITY Electron affinity is the enthalpy change when gaseous atoms of an element

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    feet behind me, looking straight ahead, steps in a single stride through the window”(4). The action of stepping through a window in a ‘single stride’ is difficult to imagine being able to do oneself, and yet Jewel does; “staring straight ahead, his pale eyes like wood set into his wooden face”(4). I am asking myself, who is this guy? Faulkner has set Jewel apart from the other characters. Faulkner heightens our curiosity about Jewel with the unusual scene with the horse. He captures his horse by

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    Alone and Unhappy

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    man. He gave her a disapproving look and turned his head. She felt embarrassed now for her actions, but the boy started it. The train stopped and she thought it was her stop. She rushed to get up and noticed it was only 14th St. If she was pale, she would be beet red at this point. She gracefully sat back down and tried to fan herself to get rid of the flushed feeling in her cheeks. When she finally gained her composure, she noticed a man was standing in front of her against the doors

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    Flight

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    the road until his granddaughter swinging on the gate underneath a frangipani tree. Her hair fell down her back in a wave of sunlight ; and her long bare legs repeated the angles of the frangipani stems, bare, shinning brown stems among patterns of pale blossoms." We follow the movement of his eyes that see her as a shinning light that illuminates his life to which he is addicted. Moreove...

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