Ways Of Seeing John Berger Summary

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Arlington National Cemetery Through the Perspective of a Picture The analysis of the image of Arlington National Cemetery will be done through the book by John Berger’s “Ways of Seeing”. The analyzing of the picture of Arlington National Cemetery will be done through the perspective of essay one. The viewer can analyze the following in the image of Arlington National Cemetery white marble tombstone, the trees, the road or path, and the person at the grave side in the image of Arlington National Cemetery through the lens of essay one of John Berger book “Ways of Seeing”. When one look at just one thing one is always looking at the relation between things and ourselves. The first thing one looks at in the image of Arlington National…show more content…
In this image one can see the dedication that is taken to make sure that every grave and white marble tombstone is clean with no weeds growing on or around it. The tree in the image have no leaves so this image may have been taken in the fall and still there are no leaves laying on the ground. This shows that the people that take care of Arlington National Cemetery have an unyielding, dedication to making sure that every grave site gets the same attention and dedication. Think of the story that could be told by each service member that is buried in this image. The name on some of the white marble tombstone in the front of the image can almost be seen clearly enough to read. Some of the religious symbols can be made out on some of the white marble tombstones in the front of the image. If all of the white marble tombstone in the image could be accurately counted how many would there be in the image. One could refer to essay one where Berger says “we never look it just one thing; we are always looking at the relation between thing and ourselves” (Berger 9). When one looks at this image one can see many different
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