An example of visual arts can be seen not just in their paintings, but in their theater plays. Theater is portrayed in Document 6, an excerpt from Sophocles’ play, “Antigone.” According to the Document, the play is about Antigone, who “defies the king’s orders and buries her brother, who was killed while leading a rebellion.” This clearly shows a strong example of art, as the Greeks are performing in unique plays that they created. Their theater has influenced Western Civilization immensely - even today in the United States, theater is very popular. Many people travel to Broadway to witness a performance from actors, just as the Greeks might have done. Also, Greek theater may have sparked the idea for one of the largest sources of entertainment in the Western world; motion picture films.
In both books, Prison Ramen: Recipes and Stories from Behind the Bars and From the Big House to Your House each recount how cooking and eating food together can help to create unforeseen friendships and comfort during the most unfortunate times through different perspectives. Within Prison Ramen: Recipes and Stories from Behind the Bars by Gustavo Alvarez numerous short stories were told
This building was made in Paris, France. Hotel de Bourgogne is important in history because it is known as the first authorized theatre in Paris, France. This is where many entertainments were performed. Cyrano de Bergerac was also played here. The Siege of Arras: The Seige of Arras was a battle fought between the French and Spanish on August 25, 1654.
Food would first have to be bought from the market. Unlike modern supermarkets, however, each market sold a specific type of food. Prasad Mahabal says “Some would offer dairy, others would offer fish, and then you might find vegetable markets and fruit markets elsewhere.” (Mahabal, Elizabethan Era Foods and Recipes) This was done above an open flame. Tools such as pots, pans, knives and gridirons assisted chefs as they cooked. Boiling was a common ways to prepare meat.
When Berlin was at Tin Pan Ally, her wrote a tune call “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” that took the ways of old style ragtime with the more popular beat at the time. The song solidified Tin Pan Alley by making “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” a greatest achievement for them and Irving Berlin. When Americans heard “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” it made them change how they would listen to how it was played. Berlin song help put sales in radios and the phonographs, watch made Tin Pan Ally more because they made even more music. The next is George Gershwin; at 15 he left school and started playing nightclubs before working at Tin Pan Alley.
Then they patted it with flour and cooked it over an open flame using a skillet. The bread the created was called hoecake, it resembled French bread (Native Net, 2016). As the early settlers came to America they were introduced to many different recipes for cornmeal meals. The new settlers used these recipes and overtime developed the cornbread we have today. The new settlers were dependent on the natural resources and adapted to using cornmeal for daily nutrition.
Then it goes to King Henry VIII and his six wives, then to Princess Elizabeth. After that it writes about King Edward VI. The most important person that is written about in the timeline would be Queen Elizabeth I. The timeline which was put together by Linda Alchin is a reliable source, she cites sources such as Siteseen Ltd. She writes about all important royalty between 1485 and 1603 while marking all significant events
The people at this time ate their eggs either scrambled or sunny side up. Pancakes were generally eaten as a treat on Sunday mornings. The people like to put jams like grape, strawberry, and sometimes powdered sugar on them for a better and sweeter taste. The types of meat eaten during the Elizabethan Era were lamb, beef, mutton, pork, goat, bacon, veal, rabbit, herons, and goose. The “Nobles, gentlemen and merchants sat down to dinner between eleven o’clock and noon, and supped about six in the evening” (Picard 159).
Because India was the middleman of the path, the Gupta Empire traded with both sides of the path to richen the economy of the Gupta Empire. Similarly, Pericles and Chandragupta II prospered their economies by trading, which contributed to the Golden Ages of Athens and the Gupta Empire. Both Golden Ages contributed a vast knowledge of unique culture. In Athens, Hippocrates, a physician, discovered to study the body as one working machine instead of individual working parts and Sophocles, a playwright, introduced different genres of plays and added a third person to each play. Likewise, the Gupta Empire classified over 1000 different diseases and had traveling troupes of actors to perform plays.
Jay Gatsby symbolizes the crucial American Dream, yet the symbols surrounding him display an immoral side of the dream. Gatsby’s parties signify the materialistic component of the ideal American life. According to most critics, both Gatsby and Daisy represents the American Dream. Jordan Baker reveals to Nick that “[Gatsby] half expected [Daisy] to wander into one of his parties, some night” (Fitzgerald 85). The parties display the massive amount of money that Gatsby has at his disposal.
For example, they used old school stoves, fireplaces, and heavy iron pots for normal everyday cooking. There were even vegetarians back then! With that being said, there are some common traits linking the 1800’s to present day. Have you ever wondered what pioneers ate in the 1800’s? Well their basic diet definitely had cornbread in it.
Following the Todd School, Welles left for Dublin, Ireland, paying his way with a small inheritance he 'd received. There, he captivated audiences in a production of Jew Suss at the Gate Theatre. Welles convinced the producers in Dublin he was a confident Broadway Star, the young actor made his Broadway debut with his role as Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet. His performance caught the attention of director John Houseman, who cast Welles in his Federal Theatre Project. Welles and John Houseman built sort of a ‘Dynamic Duo’ creating a version of Macbeth, at the Mercury Theatre.
Nowadays tend to only know good food that’s cramped in a bag; but there are some great places to eat amongst different varieties. There are Thai and Hibachi style buffets; such as Thai Pepper and Hibachi Buffet on Ramsey Street. There’s even a popular sandwich restaurants for locals to enjoy. For an example, Schlotzsky is known for its delicious oven-baked sandwiches and gourmet pizzas. Along with enjoying flat breads, soups and salads.
It’s happened to you too; cooking all day, tasting and seasoning food leaves little personal appetite. In my case, especially during the holidays, when I cook for others; I settle for a fresh farm egg on whole grain toast or better yet if I’ve planned ahead; a one pot wonder filled to the brim with hot flavorful broth and a mix of nutty grains, beans or legumes and leafy greens. Cooking Light calls Smoky Farro and Chickpea Soup a “trifecta of deliciousness”. Farro, an ancient savory wheat grain has a substantial chew somewhat nuttier and earthier than barley. Since it takes a while to cook, I find it simmers to perfection without any attention except fuzzy logic in a rice cooker.