Vivid detail included in a story can be a big clue as to what an author is trying to get you to see. My poem included a lot of descriptive detail, such as imagery. I mostly used visual imagery in my poem to convey my message. Adjectives and phrases used to describe my ideas of blue helped me stay specific. One example of this would be in the first stanza when I describe the ocean.
The artist also uses cool blue colors to paint the snow and the clouds in the sky to unify with the season the artist is going for. The colors are also complimentary making it easy for the eye to look at. The artwork was most likely created with painting brush
Both Frederic Remington’s Friends or Foes? (The Scout) and Theodore Gericault’s Trumpeter of the Hussars picture companionless horsemen on high-ground; however, Remington portrays environmental isolation, while Gericault depicts psychological isolation. I will explore this dichotomy of emotion in the formal elements of the horsemen, horses, and surrounding landscapes. In The Scout, a Blackfoot Indian on horseback gazes across an expansive winter landscape to examine an encampment in the distance. The Indian wears tattered garbs, while his horse appears weak and unkept.
In the story “The Drummer Boy of Shiloh,” by R.Bradbury the author has the story in third person point of view. He uses symbolism using Joby ( who just turned fourteen) the drum, and the rhythm of the drum. He takes us through a quick summary of what Joby and the general were feeling on that sad night. While others might have had a good night’s sleep Joby and the general didn’t on this miserable night in Tennessee. Watching the peach blossoms fall while crying under the April night sky full of stars, Joby finds himself thinking about the day to come.
Although these two poems correspond and use the same elements to get their point across, they could not be any different from one another. In the poem “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” Marlowe creates a very idealistic or optimistic point of view; full of hope and promise. The poem begins with a request from the speaker, "come live with me and be my love, and we will all the pleasure
Steinbeck utilizes symbols such as Crooks and Curley’s Wife, the ranch and rabbits to portray the American Dream as impossible to catch. While the Great Depression lasted, there was a great deal of segregation of color and gender that endured with it too. In Of Mice and Men, Crooks and Curley’s wife are affected by this subject. Crooks being the only black guy and Curley’s wife being the only woman on the ranch face many restrictions. Crooks lives in the barn and his job is to take care of the horses and to clean the barn.
The novel Animal Farm begins when Old Mejor had a strange dream. All of the animals were gathered in the barn to hear about the dream. Old Mejor makes a speech about rebellion before revealing the song he dreamt about. After Old Mejor dies in three days the smarter animals start talking about rebbellioin and try to convince the other animals that it is the right thing to do. in late June when the hay was almost ready for cutting, Mr. Jones, the owner of the farm, forgot to feed the animals.
Have you ever seen someone with a cry for help in their eyes? Have you had to earn your food and live at or below the poverty level? Vincent Van Gogh did as a child and basically throughout his entire adult life as well. He portrays a scene of the harsh reality of a poverty stricken family in a dark, authentic painting called The Potato Eaters. This famous painting by Vincent Van Gogh was painted in April 1885 in The Netherlands.
The purpose of the fence was to keep the over-population of rabbits in the eastern Australian regions from coming into Western Australia. The three girls Daisy, Gracie and Molly are half-caste children, and a trying to stay with their mothers but one day the white policeman came and took the kids from their mothers. The kids where brought to the Moor River in Perth 2000km a way from their home (Jigalong). The decision to take all half-caste kids a way from their home, made a guy named Mr. Neville his job is the chef protector of aboriginal kids he wants to protect the aboriginal blood line. In Moore River the kids are teached how white people live and act and get education.
The Mystery of Vilhelm Hammershøi Vilhelm Hammershøi, the son of a well-off merchant, was born in Copenhagen Denmark in 1864. From 1883 to 1885, he attended the Independent Study School and was tutored by P.S. Kroyer, one of the most well known Dutch Impressionist painters. Hammershøi’s work was seen as controversial because of its lackluster colours and in 1890, his painting Bedroom was rejected by the Academy. However, ironically enough, Hammershøi’s most famous paintings were his subdued interiors, many of which depicted his wife Ida Ilsted.