• Langston Hughes Lines Four
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    Bryan Snyder February 19, 2001 Prof. Castro English 220 Langston Hughes The writing style of Langston Hughes is best described as reflective of the lyric style and format of the blues, a musical genre that became popular in America at approximately the same time as his poetry. The lyrics of a stereotypical blues song start with a line. This line is immediately repeated almost verbatim. The final line of a blues stanza then concludes the emphasized thought of the first two lines. This form is dem...
  • Things He Sees Lines Dog Section
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    Dog In Lawrence Ferlinghetti poem, "Dog", the dog symbolizes an ordinary man going on about his life. In the first section Lawrence establishes what the things are that the dog sees in comparison to himself. The next section deals with how the dog thinks and feels. Finally, the last section reveals what the dog does. Mr. Ferlinghetti shows us how a normal mans life is similar to a dogs by revealing what the dog sees. He tells us, "the things he sees / are bigger than himself / and the things he...
  • Shakespeare Summer Lines Spenser
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    Shakespeare's sonnet has the same theme as Sonnet 75 by Spenser: the poet makes his beloved immortal by means of his poetry. This theme is a conventional one in Elizabethan sonnets. But Shakespeare and Spenser treat it in an original and individual manner. Spenser starts from a concrete situation and uses dialogue to make his point. Shakespeare writes a monologue in the form of an address. It contains a carefully reasoned argument which, as in many of Shakespeare's sonnets, moves in a series of ...
  • Antigone Essay Exodus Line
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    All true Greek tragedies were written using the same basic set of characteristics. One such characteristic was that all the characters were of nobility. This was to ensure that their fall from grace would be greater to those watching the play in action. Another characteristic of all Greek tragedies is that they were written in poetic form, as this was the style of writing at the time. There were also always almost constant references to the gods and to matters of fate. And it was the ever-presen...
  • Inconsiderate Shoppers Customers Make Parking
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    Supermarket shopping has been made an unbearable chore by inconsiderate shoppers. These rude customers tend to make parking, using carts, or even standing in line frustrating for other customers. In the parking lot, these inconsiderate shoppers tend to steal available parking spots. For instance, when one car has its blinker on to turn right into the open spot, then the inconsiderate stopper cuts it off and parks in the same spot. Next, impolite shoppers also tend to leave their carts in the par...
  • Lines Love Swear Heart
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    I swear by the moon and the stars in the sky And I swear like the shadow that's by your sideI see the questions in your eyes I know what's weighing on your mind You can be sure I know my heart Coz I'll stand beside you through the years You " ll only cry those happy tears And though I make mistakes I " ll never break your heart And I swear by the moon and the stars in the sky I " ll be there swear like a shadow that's by your sideI " ll be there For better or worse, till death do us partI " ll l...
  • Burns Lines Represent Burn
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    Reaction Paper On November 5 th in Sloan Hall, Daniel Burns showed off his work and talents! Many of Burns works are filled with energy and expression. The energy of the paintings can be easily seen by the way Burn's uses warm and cold colors. Expressionism, on the other hand, is a little more difficult to figure out with in each painting. Burns makes many different expressions with in his paintings! For some reason it was hard for me to get a clear expression on what exactly Burns was trying to...
  • Back To Poem Lines Speaker Path Stanza
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    EXPLANATION: 'The Road Not Taken' Line 1 In this line Frost introduces the elements of his primary metaphor, the diverging roads. Back to Poem Lines 2-3 Here the speaker expresses his regret at his human limitations, that he must make a choice. Yet, the choice is not easy, since 'long I stood' before coming to a decision. Back to Poem Lines 4-5 He examines the path as best he can, but his vision is limited because the path bends and is covered over. These lines indicate that although the speaker...
  • Linear Regression Best Line Analysis
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    Linear Regression & Best Line Analysis Linear regression is used to make predictions about a single value. Linear regression involves discovering the equation for a line that most nearly fits the given data. That linear equation is then used to predict values for the data. A popular method of using the Linear Regression is to construct Linear Regression Channel lines. Developed by Gilbert Raff, the channel is constructed by plotting two parallel, middle lines above and below a Linear Regression ...
  • Sonnet Shakespeare's View On Life And Death
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    "To be or not to be that is the question." This line was from one of Shakespeare's more famous plays, Hamlet. Although many people don't know this, Shakespeare was much more than just a playwright. He was also an artist of words in the era of language known as sonnet poetry. Sonnet poetry divides into three quatrains (four-line groupings) and a final couplet, rhyming a bab cdc d eff gg. The structure of the English sonnet usually follows the Petrarchan, or explores variations on a theme in the ...
  • Peril Of Hope Poem Lines Four
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    Analysis of 'Peril of Hope' The poem 'Peril of Hope,' by Robert Frost is about having hope. The poem speaks about no matter how things are one minute they can always change. Hope, however, is constantly there and will always be there to help get through the tough times until things get better. Imagery is used throughout this poem to help describe the extent of the boundaries of hope. Hope has endless boundaries in this poem it goes from one extreme to the next. In the first stanza (lines 1-4)...
  • Epics The Aeneid And Metamorphoses A Comparison
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    Epics The Aeneid and Metamorphoses: A Comparison Both Vergil and Ovid imbedded underlying meanings in their epics The Aeneid and Metamorphoses. In this paper I will focus on the underlying meaning in the Underworld scene in Vergil's The Aeneid (lines 356 through 1199). I will also focus on three scenes in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Both epics contain a larger message about the importance of the Roman past for its present and future under Augustus. The story of Aeneas in the Underworld can be interpre...
  • Verse Form Couplets Couplet
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    2) The English sonnet (also called the Shakespearean sonnet after its foremost practitioner) comprises three quatrains and a final couplet, rhyming ababcdcdefefgg. An important variant of this is the Spenserian sonnet (introduced by the Elizabethan poet Edmund Spenser), which links the three quatrains by rhyme, in the sequence ababbabccdcdee. In either form, the 'turn' comes with the final couplet, which may sometimes achieve the neatness of an epigram. quatrain, a verse stanza of four lines, rh...
  • Different Perspectives In Art
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    Perspective is an important aspect in art work, used to make the piece appear more realistic and dramatic. Brunelleschi developed the theory of perspective as well as the three kinds that we have discussed; atmospheric, logical, and observed. Atmospheric perspective creates the illusion of depth with a gradual reduction in the brightness of color and detail in the distance of the painting. It is achieved by using less focus, along with bluer, lighter, and duller hues for the distant spaces and o...
  • Courtly Love Aspects Lines Man Pity
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    The topic for the third journal was to discuss the courtly love aspects found in "The Miller's Tale,"Alison," and "Merciless Beauty." Courtly love is where a lady is put upon a pedestal of love, and a man will ask her to pity him. The man always says that he is her servant, but sings her songs of woe. In "The Miller's Tale," there were three men that put a young lady upon a pedestal of love. The first one was her husband, whom she had just recently wed. Her husband, who was a carpenter, loved he...
  • Fourth Line Lines Poem Death
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    The poem consists of four stanzas of four lines each. The rhyme scheme is well thought-out. The first, second and fourth lines of each stanza rhyme. The third line of each stanza rhymes with the first, second and fourth lines of the next stanza. The last stanza is an exception, all lines rhyme and the lines three and four are identical. This rhyme scheme causes a very smooth transition between the stanzas. So the stanzas are connected metrically and we can expect that they are connected themati...
  • Shakespeare Rhyming Couplet
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    s 1. Identify the quatrains. Quatrain 1 - lines 1-4 Quatrain 2 - lines 5-8 Quatrain 3 - lines 9-12 2. Identify the rhyming couplet. Rhyming couplet - lines 13-14 3. What is the central idea contained in the three quatrains? The central idea is based on a comparison between the poet's beloved and a summer's day. Each quatrain introduces a new aspect to this comparison. Shakespeare argues that unlike the transient beauty and nature of summer, his beloved's beauty and memory shall never fade. 4. ...
  • Lease Lines Leased Line
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    A private communications channel leased from a common carrier. It can be ordered in pairs, providing a four-wire channel for full-duplex transmission (dial-up system provides only two-wire lines). To improve line quality, it can also be conditioned. (Freedman, 2001, p. 220) Two types of Leased Lines are usually offered, Analogue Leased Lines and Digital Leased Lines. Digital Leased Lines offering is more flexible than Analogue Leased Lines in terms of bandwidth, and reaches much higher bandwidth...
  • Spectroscopy And Atomic Spectra
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    Abstract Spectroscopy is a leading technique in studying internal constitution, structure, and isotope shift of atoms, ions, and molecules. Atoms and ions usually do emit light when exposed to high amounts of heat which makes such spectra lines visible under spectroscope, clearly showing differences between various energy levels present in an atom. The aim of the experiment was to document spectroscope design and how such can be used to observe visible spectra lines of gaseous atoms namely th...
  • Numbered Days Lines Gang One
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    Has the ancient tradition of ballads fallen prey to today? s modern society? One might think so. The truth, however, is the opposite. Ballads have thrived throughout many centuries and have influenced many types of music. Punk, Ska, and Hardcore bands such as Operation Ivy, Less Than Jake, H 2 O and All have capitalized on ballads as a form of lyrical expression. One such song, ? Numbered Days? , a Mighty Mighty Bosstones song, written and composed by Dicky Barrett and Nate Albert, is a prime ex...