In Self Portrait Along the Borderline Between Mexico and the United States, 1932, a woman, Frida Kahlo painted herself in between the border between Mexico and the United States, with one side of her likely representing her culture, Mexican, and the other side representing American culture. Frida Kahlo’s culture is definitely from Mexico because she is carrying a flag with the colors of Mexico on it. The Mexican side of the border has a Columbian temple, whereas the United States has industrialized buildings. Both cultures are extremely different. Frida is frowning and is presumably upset because she is leaving behind her beloved culture to learn a new one.
During they stay at aunty house Kambili and father Amadi fall in love each other but they can’t stay together because father Amadi has devote to be religious person. After a long tolerant by papa Eugene Kambili mothers poison papa Eugene and Jaja takes blame on her crime. After three years later Kambili and mama Beatrice come and visit Jaja in the prison. There they plan to visit aunty Ifeoma in America and Jaja will plant purple hibiscus at they house. In this novel they have a lots of character but the
“We are spirit soul, we have been encaged within this body, so our natural aspiration is to get freedom from this encagement. As much as the bird is struggling to get freedom from the cage.”-Bhagavad-Gita 2.25. In Susan Glaspell’s “Trifles,” the bird (Canary) symbolizes Mrs. Wright, or how she used to be known as Minnie Foster and the birdcage represents her and Mr. Wright’s marriage. “Trifles” is about Mr. Wright’s mysterious death in his own home, and the only suspect in his murder is his wife, Mrs. Wright. The Court Attorney, and some other males from the town, is investing the case to see if they could find any clues and motive in the case.
In “A Jury of Her Peers” by Susan Glaspell, the sheriff, Mr. Peters, is struggling to find a motive for Mr. Wright’s murder case due to his sexist views. However, Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters, the sheriff’s wife, are able to find significant clues that lead to Mrs. Wright’s motive because they relate to her living conditions. Although Mrs. Wright claims to have been asleep during her husband’s murder, the women conclude she strangled her husband, Mr. Wright, as evidenced by the slaughtered canary, the broken bird cage, and the errant quilt patch. The slaughtered canary wrapped in silk is a significant clue, which leads to Mrs. Wright’s motive. When the women unwrap the bird, Mrs. Peters notices that “somebody wrung its neck.” It does not make sense for Mrs. Wright to kill her own bird because it was the only thing that brought light into her life.
The Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is a standout amongst the most imperative craftsmen of the twentieth century. Subsequent to being included in an auto crash, stayed at home to recuperate from a few wounds, critical occasion for the unfolding of her work of art. The point of this study was to present parts of the life story and life of Frida, looking for convergences between her craftsmanship and her difficult encounters. Frida Kahlo a Mexican self portrait artist born on July 1907 and died on July 1954 after beginning and building on a great vocation for herself. A cognate to feeling that women and men must be treated equipollent symbol/picture an astounding artist that has zealousness for her art and work, gave a reason to do something and emotional in a good way about her paintings engendered a denomination for herself in the early nineties and stands tall among all female painters due to her strenuous exertion and patience.
The painting is remarkable for its technical proficiency, but also for the original and impressive way in which Gentileschi portrays Judith, a pretty popular subject for art; her first Judith beheading Holofernes painting, clearly a cathartic expression of her rage and violation. She drew all faces of Judith as hers face and Holofernes are Tassi on her painting. Unlike other ‘Judith Beheading Holofernes’, Judith looks like a strong woman and she has a tenacious grip. In November of 1612, after the long trial, the pregnant Artemisia was married to a Florentine artist and family friend Pietro Antonio di Vincenzo Stiattesi. They moved to Florence and Arthemisia gave birth to a daughter named either Prudentia or Palmira.
In the play Trifles, Susan Glaspell demonstrates the injustice towards women and their very basic fundamental rights, this brings the patience of a few women to a tipping point and initiates the birth of a buried movement after centuries of reticence, during the early twentieth century in North America. It is this common memory and experiences among women, which motivated few women to rise up against the male dominated Justice System, which eventually wakes up the rest of the women in the society through time. However, ironically, this movement is accomplished in a secret way and in silence against the male dominated justice system of America, because silence itself is a very powerful tool for women; in other words concealing of knowledge helps
As an accomplished photographer, Dorothea Lange had her pick of subject matter, particularly as she became more widely recognized for her talent. While teaching photography at the California School of Fine Arts in San Francisco, Lange had her class challenge her to her own assignment of taking photos as part of "where do I live?" Lange submitted a portrait of her own polio twisted foot and the explanation that she felt she was imprisoned by her own imperfect body. Having learned at an early age that beauty was not always about perfection and that strength of character was often more beautiful when framed well, Lange sought to find this beauty with her photography. She traveled extensively and had many assignments behind the camera, but one
“Of course, you can be a prodigy, too”, her mother told her (Tan). For a nine-year-old who wants nothing more than to make her mother proud this was exciting. In the beginning, we can see her excitement and desire, “in the beginning I was just as excited as my mother, maybe even more so.” (Tan). However, as we follow the story we see her excitement quickly fade to sorrow and anger. The high expectations immigrant families place on their children is still a very relevant social issue and can be witnessed throughout the United States.
She is a strong, loving mother who is sometimes is threatened by her own two daughters. “In real life I am a large, big-boned woman with rough, man-working hands”, in her we can see that she describes he self as a father too although she lost her husband. Mama is brutal and honest in her assessment towards her daughters. She describes Maggie as shy “She has been like this, chin on chest, eyes on ground, feet in” this happened ever since the other house burned to the ground. And Dee as she cause an even more point in rating.” Sometimes I dream a dream in witch Dee and I are suddenly brought together on a T.V.