She compares how woman also do the same strength, of caring and sacrifice. But when men do it, its manly. She questions why those characteristics can’t just be considered human characteristics. Yes, I think Jenson supported his claim that not all men conceive masculinity in terms of competition and aggression.
What are the qualities of a great leader? Use examples of well-known individuals (historical figures, athletes, politicians, etc.), facts, and details to support your definition. 2 Examples per paragraph · Strength · Forceful/Authoritative · Diplomacy · Courage Leaders – Hannibal, Attila, Hitler, Ho Chi Minh, Alexander the Great, Leadership is a complicated sociological phenomenon that stems from the existence of interpersonal dependence and group dynamics. This type of hierarchy is specifically elaborate in human population in comparison to other social animals, so having the capacity to speak and communicate with other intelligent beings has led to the creation of great men and women. The making of
Donatello was one of the greatest Florentine sculptor of the Renaissance era, before Michelangelo [1386-1466] and was the most significant unique artist of the 15th century in Italy. Donatello was known for creating lots of sculptures in which some he emphasized the nude in his sculptures. One of Donatello`s famous work was the bronze sculpture “David”. The “David” sculpture, emphasized the ideal figure of nudity capturing natural representation of balance and proportion. Donatello studied the anatomy of the human body in order to understand how to best represent his sculptures; as a noted scientific approach.
Also, I think it 's important to note the similarities between Odysseus and Big Dan too. Both men are pursuing what they think are the best for them, and often act carelessly, not afraid of the consequences. Although the most popular comparison is Big Dan compared to the Cyclops, due to the mentioned undebatable resemblances (size, one-eyed, angry, aggressive), in my opinion there are many features to compare and contrast Big Dan and Odysseus. The men in these works are often labeled as heroic figures, however, it could be important to point out what does this term actually mean. A heroic figure is “a person who is admired for their courage, outstanding achievements, or noble
In this compare and contrast essay we will focus on two literature-linked heroes from the Iliad, Achilles and Beowulf. Both are considered as true heroes in the eyes of many, having super natural strength and immense courage when facing evil shows how much of a larger than life heroic-figures they are. We can kickoff this essay by comparing our two literature linked heroes. both Beowulf and Achilles possess certain attributes that would condemn them as superhuman, both are somehow lead to their downfall by self-inflicted fatal flaws, which will be mentioned further into our essay. So, the main focal point for each character is their possession of a wide range of enviable masculine powers.
To Whom It May Concern, April 25th, 1252 It is my professional opinion that Lancelot du Lac would be a grand choice for the position of head knight of Camelot. Not only does he have the necessities for the position he also has numerous expanding qualities that will be needed to truly lead the attack. Lancelot was a wonder to watch take on his colleagues while training at the guild.
This element is the quality of the skin that is shown surrounding the mouth and on the neck of Akhenaten. The portrait almost irreverently portrays the aging of Akhenaten. This is a surprising compositional choice, particularly given the precedence of depicting the king in former years at the peak of human fitness and youth. Indeed, the whole face displays a drooping quality that is hard to find a likeness to in other
His art featured enormous sculptures that illuminated with his style and technique. His style would consist of realistic expressions such as happiness,pain, and grief that were shown off with the positioning and structure of his pieces. Around the mid 1400’s Donatello began a partnership with a fellow Italian sculptor and architect, Michelozzo who also studied under Lorenzo Ghiberti. Together Donatello and Michelozzo crafted multiple architectural-sculptural tombs, including the tomb of Antipope John XXIII and the tomb of Cardinal Brancacci. Donatello 's most notable piece is “David”, being about five feet tall, David represents civic virtue winning over brutality and irrationality.
As a character that–to many–represented Greek mores, Odysseus expresses the traditional male values of his time, through both his nature and his actions. His prowess in battle evokes respect from both the readers and those around him, as seen in his final confrontation with his wife’s suitors. However, Odysseus is admired and well known even more so for his wit and intelligence; his mental capabilities are used more often than his physical ones to get him out of difficulties, such as his crew’s encounter with the cyclops. He is seen to be a “[great] figure–one who can endure without despair even the disfavor of the gods and can by strength of will and the guidance of reason eventually triumph against unbelievable odds” (The Study Club: Odysseus as a Hero). As such, The Odyssey sees him as someone who is able to perfectly balance brains and
The other two men are fully dressed, but still fit into the ideal male body type of muscularity. The man in the center is positioned over the woman which further enhances his muscles, but also portrays his dominance over the woman. This is shown by the woman’s hands pinned down against the
At a first glance, it is apparent that Titian’s Venus of Urbino and Cranach’s Nymph of the Spring share many similarities. One major similarity between these two pieces is the time period in which both were made in. Titian’s Venus of Urbino was made in 1538 while Cranach’s Nymph of the Spring was created around the year 1537. Both paintings depict women laying down comfortably in the nude as the main subjects of each piece. Both pieces could be considered portraits of these women.