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    The Core of The Triangular Pear The beatnik poetry of Andrei Voznesensky shows an evolving image of America from a Russian standpoint. In his poem “The Triangular Pear,” Voznesensky has no agenda to show the positive nature of Russia, or the negative effects of capitalism. Instead, his sole concern is to discover the core of America, to answer the age-old question, “What is America? Where can she be found?” To do this, he must search both extrinsically and intrinsically. Voznesensky shows this

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    Painting Pears and Paula Mandel

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    Painting Pears and Paula Mandel “I can’t imagine a life without art. I can’t imagine it. It would be so sad. One of the most amazing things in the world is the art we create. It is a view into people’s souls.” -Paula Mandel If, on some sunny Sunday afternoon, you decide to take a drive through the streets of Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, you’d pass by movie theatres, Starbuck’s cafes, shopping malls, and even historical parks. And if you venture on to some of the more remote side streets, you

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    Criticism of William Saroyans' Five Ripe Pears The boy declared that the pears were both the evidence of theft and the proof of innocence. In William Saroyans Novel, Five Ripe Pears, the critical approach that I decided to use is psychoanalytic criticism. I do know about Five Ripe Pears as a novel because I have done a paper on this novel before but I had no idea what psychoanalytic criticism was. Saroyans device of addressing Mr.Pollard (the principal) directly and using I really dominated

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    Watching God - Janie's Life and the Pear Tree Their Eyes Were Watching God is a story centered on the idea of life cycles.  The experiences that Janie faces and struggles through in her life represent the many cycles that she has been present for.  Each cycle seem to take place with the start of each new relation ship that she faces.  Each relationship that Janie is involved in not just marriages, blooms and withers away like the symbol of Janie's life the pear tree from her childhood.

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    Janie and the Pear Tree in Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston In Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God, the image of a pear tree reverberates throughout the novel. The pear tree is not only a representation of Janie's life - blossoming, death, metamorphosis, and rebirth - but also the spark of curiosity that sets Janie on her quest for self-discovery. Janie is essentially "rootless" at the beginning of her life, never having known her mother or father and having been

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    (Hurston 11) This experience under the pear tree makes her idea of love become unrealistic and sets a high standard for the men that are going to be part of her life. “The vision of Logan Killicks was desecrating the pear tree but Janie didn’t know how to tell nanny that. She merely hunched over and pouted at the floor.” (Hurston. 14). Janie’s idea of love is set when she had her experience under he pear tree when she was sixteen years old. Her experience under the pear tree glamorized her idea if love

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    True Love

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    women which shapes her ideals for perfection and harmony in a relationship. Janie start out sitting under “a pear tree. With kissing bees singing of the beginning of the world" (11). Janie gets her sense of what love is from her spring time experiences under the pear tree. She gets this fairytale idea that true love is only natural and equal with no imperfections. Janie associates the pear tree with her idea of true love. Her view has forever changed with “flower dust and springtime sprinkled over

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    not impede upon any “ipso facto virtue';(Didion). In the essay “On Morality';, by Joan Didion, this aspect ‘on morality’ is composed. This will be utilized to verify that William Saroyan’s (author of “Five Ripe Pears) guilt of an immoral action is conflicting given specified conditions. To begin, “On Morality'; is an essay of a woman who travels to Death Valley on an assignment arranged by The American Scholar. “I have been trying to think, because

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    Bertha's life to real life, the author uses the symbol of a pear tree. Bertha convinces herself that her life is blissful and perfect at the moment, but what makes her think this is "it must have been the spring" (pg. 96). In the spring time, pears begin to blossom on pear trees with white blooms and eventually, pears begin to dangle from the tree. There are many places throughout the story where the reader is meant to compare Bertha to a pear tree. As Bertha dresses for the dinner party, she is described

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    Neale Hurston where the characters have his or her dream crushed for the sake of fate. This is especially true for Janie who strives throughout the novel to have her dream of “the pear tree” realized, and Hurston shows this using a variation of metaphor, imagery, and personification. Janie’s attempts at achieving her own pear tree and fails, nevertheless this is done so that she can find for herself that adventure and life experiences are more important than love alone. It didn’t take Janie long to learn

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