The second evidence is the lobotomy practice that is done towards McMurphy at the end of the movie. After McMurphy’s failed attempt to run away and kill Nurse Ratched by choking her, he is taken away one more time and gets separated from the other patients. He goes back several days later being a totally different person. When Chief Bromden approaches him, he saw the mark on McMurphy’s head showing the sign of lobotomy.
He said that this day was “a slow day that burst into action when the first dispatches from Dallas went out.” They say that when Cronkite announced the death of Kennedy, he cried on the air. He tried to hold it back by swallowing his feelings, but then a single tear ran down his face. Another assassination that Cronkite announced was Martin Luther King Jr’s. This segment aired on April 4, 1968.
We are all attached to technology in some way, shape or form and it is evident that it has changed us. This may not be a bad thing, however, I chose to do this on the negative effects that it has had on me throughout my few years of being exposed to it, and it has served as a distraction. My artwork was heavily influenced by Jose Toirac’s work “Marlboro“(fig. 8) which features both a political satire as well as an expressive approach to acrylic painting using heavy brushstrokes to show both positive and negative emotion within the subject matter. I am speaking about human fickleness or hubris and how in the past we have been shut out of worldly information.
The line between art and technology is unclear. In this time period, both of them are united. Now artists use technology to create distinctive avenues and also to express themselves fully. It is true that Tim has created almost the similar picture and proved the use of technology in Vermeer’s picture but the thing is his painting does not have the elegance of the original.
Like a gothic mastermind, Tim Burton incorporates dark, grotesque, child-like themes in his cinematic style. A director’s cinematic style is how their film is recognized and the techniques in their films to give their work value. Tim Burton is known for his unique cinematic style that has made his films one of a kind. Tim Burton’s style is made so unique through his use of sound tracking, lighting, and costuming for his films such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Edward Scissorhands. Tim Burton applies sounds such as background music and sound effects to add reality and emphasis to the film and to create a certain, precise moods.
Discuss similarities and differences between the art nouveau styles in two of the countries discussed in chapter 11. Art Nouveau reached a widespread of popularity with its vibrant graphics that involved all design arts. This style went interernational with the involvement of England, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, and America. In discussing a few similarities and differences, I chose France and America. Although some American art was greatly influenced by France artist, there are only a few similarities, and plenty of differences.
A narrative like this is one that has paved the way for all different kinds of literature to follow it. The story was a pioneer of the English language and can still be put to use today to analyze, and in The Friar’s case, satirize types of people and their typical characteristics. Chaucer does not explicitly express disdain for some Medieval values but his writing style is a testament to his feelings. Modern satire found in normal aspects of entertainment like Saturday Night Live and parody musician Weird Al might not exist without Geoffrey Chaucer, along with modern English
His launch into new traditions of approaching subjectivity has changed all reaction to Nature. His force and energy have instituted a strength of beneficial aesthetic action through his career. He made influential contributions during the late 1960’s throughout the areas of dance and performance art . Rauschenberg achieved his expert work with great effortlessness in a countless variety of materials and mediums and with greater diversity . Visual art and performance art could be seen as very dissimilar types of expression, but Robert Rauschenberg accomplished minimizing the split between them by applying much of the same foundations seen in his paintings and combinations, in his pieces of performance.
In the story “Michihiko Hachiya from Hiroshima Diary,” the author talks about how back in 1945 on August 6 there had been an atomic bomb that had dropped in Hiroshima Japan. America did end up getting justified due the massive attack of the bombing in Pearl harbor, and Hawaii. This had occurred a couple years back prior to the bombing in Hiroshima. Then the war had an end to it due to the fact that many people were lucky enough to get saved and live their life. The good about this was that men,women, and their children didn't have to worry about anything because they weren't going to get killed.
Tokugawa Ieyasu, a Japanese warlord, victor of Japan’s civil war and the shogun of Japan in the early 16th century. Ieyasu “established his own alternate dynasty, and built a new capital… Edo (now Tokyo) (82).” Ieyasu did not challenge the emperors, for the shoguns held most of the power. During Ieyasu’s rein he issued a lot of decrees that provided the warrior and lower classes with the expectations and rules they should follow.
During the era of World War II. Lieutenant General John L. Dewit was the Western Defence ordered all the Japanese American to leave their homes and to live in the caps that the U.S build. In the memoir” The Invisible Thread” by Yoshiko Uchida uses Descriptive Language to Illustrate her childhood of living in the American Camps. To Began, In the beginning Yoshiko Uchida uses descriptive language in the beginning of her story when she talks to her brother Kay. In this quote we see that they are arguing about what to do.”
During the Meiji restoration, militarism and nationalism began to take over Japan. Unknown to the rest of the world, Japan had started focusing in on themselves. This is what initially sparked the nationalism and militarism that eventually took over Japan. Moving forward, after World War I and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, Japan had now gained control of Shandong in China. The addition of Shandong was exactly what Japan needed at the time.