1) The symbol behind the color red is that in the movie it was a bad color. The color red was a bad color because it attracted "the things we don 't speak of". In the movie "the things we don 't speak of" were wearing the color red. When Noah stabbed Lucious and when he was sitting on his porch in a rocking chair he kept repeating "bad color".
There are a lot of different theories about the girl in the red coat considering she is the only color featured in the film. To me, I think she represents the innocence of children throughout the holocaust. There is definitely a significance of the color red, because red conveys a lot of different emotions, like love and hate. Many of the adults in the movie become numb to their emotions because they know that there is a very slim chance that they will make it out of the holocaust alive. I think that the girl being in color represents the children’s hope that everything will turn out all right.
Imagine a world without color. You probably can't. In everything you see and read there is color. All types of literature contain color. These colors are not just a part of the literature to be in the text, they add understanding and interest.
The romantic red effect is the idea that men believe a woman is more attractive and sexually desirable if she is associated with the color red. The romantic red effect fits within the color context theory, which states that colors have different meanings based on the context. During achievement situations, the color red usually means failure or inaccurate. However, in romantic situations red is associated with love, passion, and lust. Therefore, depending on the context red can be perceived as failure or love, which are two complete opposites.
The significance of the scene in the book, The Giver, by Lois Lowry, Jonas experiences seeing color for the first time, which sparks a memory within him. Jonas lives in a utopian society where color is not noticeable and everyone is the same. There is no color and everyone is the same because in their black and white society, they want everyone to be equal. Despite the innocent people being equal, they each do not have memories within them. The color red in this book plays a big role by symbolizing love, excitement and fear.
In Margaret Atwood’s, The Handmaid’s Tale, colour symbolism is important, as it provokes abstract thoughts or concepts that help us understand the novel better. The colour that stands out the most is red. It is a significant symbol throughout the novel. To begin with, the red outfits the Handmaids are forced to wear cover their entire body. “Everything except the wings around my face is red: The colour of blood, which defines us” (Atwood, 8).
What- The Second Continental Congress followed the First Continental Congress and took place in Philadelphia, May 5th, 1775. It took charge of the Colonies’ war attempts and would eventually lead to the United States Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776. Who- Some people who were involved in this included, John Hancock from Massachusetts, Thomas Jefferson of Virginia, and Benjamin Franklin from Pennsylvania along with Patrick Henry, George Washington, and John Adams. Many of the 56 delegates who had attended the First Continental Congress were at the second.
In the painting titled, “The Scream,” the artist Edvard Munch, uses colors, the structure of the bridge, and the horror reflected in the face to create an image of filled with drama. The bridge suggests that the individual might be fleeing from something on the other side of the bridge, or perhaps she is afraid of something she sees ahead of her. Also, the structure of the bridge is something that connects not only land, but also the past, present, and future. Where the subject is standing, it is dark as is the clothing. Although the painting does not have a lot objects in the picture, there are still several visual elements and principles of design.
Every person has their own way of having a symbol for something. For example, how someone‘s symbol for success would be money while another person’s symbol would be family. “The Mask of the Red Death” by Edgar Allen Poe is about how there is a disease called Red Death and it is killing everybody. In the story, all of the rich people blocked themselves in the castle to evade the Red Death, as in reality where all of the rich people have money to buy medicines to protect themselves from sickness and death. There is no cure for the Red Death, just like in life there is no cure for death, eventually death will find you.
Sometimes, it’s possible to read between the lines without knowing exactly what is being stated in those lines. Take Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s poem “Yuba City School,” for instance. In this poem, Neeraj, a young boy, and his mother have recently immigrated to California from Punjab, India. At his new school, Neeraj’s teacher repeatedly insults and shames him for not understanding English, and it takes its toll. Through the use of figurative language, Divakurani conveys that one does not need to understand what a person is saying word for word in order to comprehend and be affected by what that person’s true message is.