As far as I can remember, I have always been enchanted by art; and while I give credit to the artists who brought me infinite pleasure by creating the beautiful things that I have had a chance to read, to see and to listen to, what has always fascinated me is the way people around me react differently to the numerous masterpieces of art. That is one of the principal reasons why I could not miss the opportunity to look into John Dewey’s reflection on how the experiencing of art can be rationalized, explained from the pragmatic point of view. Another reason for my choice lies in the value that Dewey’s theory clearly presents to my researches: present as well as future ones. When working on literary texts, I believe it is important to fully grasp
We can use these principles to achieve our goals and be able to reach success. In addition, everyone can apply these principles and everyone can do so, and apply them. An example of how can we apply these amazing principles is for example: when you make, any mistake go to the other person and say it, say sorry to the other person. A last advice, be who you respect the other person and show him your gratitude. At the end, you will absolutely gain more friends and be a good
Invest your time in a person and they would return the favor. Talk to people about their dreams and things they feel passionate about. Encourage other to talk about openly about them. There is nothing more addictive than someone who listens to you. The basic art of persuasion lies in showing respect for other person’s opinions.
Technologies, in this case are used in a good way. Inventers create something to help artist to unleash their creativity. For example, Psykopaint helps people to become more creative by creating a site that is simple yet can be used to create a masterpiece. Not to forget that there are also products that can make artists’ task more easier. Drawing can be saved on devices; it can also be fixed in a blink of an eye too.
Preceded by Lear shouting “Hysterica Passio! Down thou climbing sorrow!” we are given an insight into how close Lear is to a breakdown. This further accentuates the duel suffering he must endure. This engaging narrative is incredibly memorable due to Shakespeare’s implantation of this ingenious symbolism. It engages the audience and aids them in relating to the thematic context of the play, highlighting Shakespeare’s
However, these set of beliefs put Romanticism in direct confrontation with the enlightenment. Even so, Romanticism had its share of great thinkers, and artists, as well, to name a few are: Emerson, Dickinson, Keats, Coleridge, and many more. These people, like the ones of the enlightened period, managed to take what these movements stood for, and put them into words, sculpture, paintings, and many other forms of art. These people strove to make their audiences feel emotions such as wonder, to appreciate the world around them for what it is, and to just have them feel “human” for all the good and bad. One such author that strove to capture the world as he saw, and protest the changes that the industrial revolution brought, was William Blake and his poem “Chimney
Narcissus declared he would not waste his time with a "lowly maid" and rejected her. This shows how Narcissus does not think or care about others, and concern some people like Echo not worthy for him. Because he had so much pride all he could think of is his self-importance, which led to the understanding of Greek’s value aidos (humble/modesty). His crucial and rudeness to others will be his downfall. Narcissus’s disdainful attitude has crushed others by their opinions and emotional feel, however because of such lack of modesty, he has crossed upon his downfall of extreme love towards himself.
We portray love in our own way as what we feel about love is unique and the way we respond to it is different. What is special about this is no matter how often we relate love in our life, the space for more creativity and pieces of art work will always be there. Therefore, the space for love in art is infinite. Besides, behind every art piece, there are always some interesting stories relate to the artists. It can be a happy love story or an unfortunate one where his or her spouse has done a wrong.
At this moment the character is fully developed. The conflicts in his life, both external and internal, and the resolutions of both types of conflicts has lead to the most deranged, cruel, and sinister version of Montresor Poe could have created. As it’s been noted, conflict in Montresor’s life leads him down a path that changes him, but it’s the way he opts to resolve these conflicts that at last fully develops the
“The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious….the source of all true art and science (Clarkson, 2001) this come to realization that perhaps arts is an important part of cultures since the beginning. Everything that we do, we think, we feel or know cannot be described by words alone. The arts are beneficial not only to those who create art but also those who experience those creations. Great works of arts inspires so, the process too. When a student experience to draw his/her experiences in life, create a poem, sketches a landscape, builds sets for a theatre performance and others, the students has a chance to create, wonder, imagine and learn.