Paige Burns Ms. Jackson World History, period 3 May 24, 2013 Hugh Capet Hugh Capet was born in 938 in Paris, France. He was the oldest son of Hugh the Great and Hadwig von Sachsen. Hugh was the founder of the Capetian dynasty. The Capetian dynasty got its name from his nickname. His father died in 956 and Hugh succeeded him.
The attitude in Atwood’s Siren Song by Margret Atwood is captured by an image of the sirens described as “picturesque and mythical.” Atwood draws her readers in by having the sirens use their sex appeal to lure in men and force them to “leap overboard in squadrons.” She then goes on and gives the readers the assumption that the sirens are bored with their beauty, and are almost sickened with the same routine and outcome. “Shall I tell you the secret, and if I do will you get me out of this bird suit?” that implies that the sirens are bored. We see that the song is “irresistible and anyone who has heard it is dead or can’t remember it.” This makes us as readers more interested. The sirens trick men with their beautiful song, and lure them into their deadly
Mentioning where an individual sleeps conveys their innocence when an individual sleeps they are no longer in control and their mind takes over, they are innocent of their actions. Shakespeare demonstrates that when an individual destroys family ties they also damage innocence, the Secret Life of Bees mirrors the sense of familiar betrayal. Bythewood demonstrates the human need of an individual to have a connection beyond memory, this is conveyed through Lily speaking to her mother in heaven, "bet my hair must have annoyed you when it went off in 11 different directions." The use of speaking to her mother through her religion demonstrate her purity and innocence. T-Ray, Lily's father betrays her through lies, "god damn woman didn't give a shit about you".
Chapter 4: Grace thinks about home, how she was raised to be an Angel and how she never managed to accept her destiny like the other girls at the Angel House did. She also starts reflecting over how she was supposed to die pregnant. According to the People, that was how the best Angels died. Before she has had time to finish her thought, she is abruptly brought back to reality by some soldiers who want to see her and Kerr’s papers. Chapter 5: Grace is only 16 years old, a child, but yet she was sent to die.
Saralyn Wilson Mr. Birney April 25, 2012 Fernando Llort Fernando Llort is known as the most famous artist is El Salvador. He was born on April 7th 1949 in San Salvador. He is the son of Baltasar Llort and Victoria Choussy. He studied architecture at the University of El Salvador. When he was in Europe he figured out that he wanted to be an artist and went to Louisiana to study art.
Drew B Little Karol Hunt: Hist Phil Prin of PE December 2, 2008 Luther Halsey Gulick Luther Halsey Gulick was a well-known writer in physical education, folk dance education and recreation. Gulick was born on December 4, 1865 in Honolulu, Hawaii. His father Luther Halsey Gulick and his mother Louisa Lewis Gulick were both Congregationalist missionaries and had seven children and Luther was the fifth child born. As a child, young Luther spent the first fifteen years of his life moving from Hawaii to Spain, Italy, and Japan. In 1880 he finally returned to the United States and in 1882 he enrolled in the preparatory department of Oberlin College.
The message, he is sending is that love can pop out of anywhere, if people can commit to peace and believe in love rather then showing hatred the world would be a better place. He has drawn an ironic picture, makes a person question why three guns are shooting out three roses? His choice of color’s is the main attraction to his art, he uses bright colors to make his point across. Red is a bold color that catches one’s eye it makes a person assume mix emotions such as anger, war, and love. The black details make the picture pop out and the lemon chiffon yellow makes the
Pea 3: Shakespeare really extrudes Lady Macbeth’s disturbed nature to the audience with her clear ignorance of conscience early on in Act 1 scene 7 when describing killing a child for Macbeth if she said she would do it. “I would, while it was smiling in my face, Have pluck’d my nipple from his boneless gums, And dash’d the brains out, had I so sworn as you Have done to this.” The instantly noticeable violent imagery with “pluck’d” and “dash’d” provides clear ignorance of conscience to claim she would carry out an act like this and not be affected. Pluck’d provides an image of the baby being easily accessible and exposed to just be pluck’d. Dash’d provides the effect of violently thrusting the baby in an evil manner at increasingly high speeds to see the splatter of evilness and pain of the brain symbolising the end for the baby. Shakespeare has used “brain” because the imagery is further emboldened due to the fact it is gruesome.
Sombre non-diegetic music sets the mood, while an extreme close-up focuses on her fumbling hands. Voice over is used while Plath is recites her poem, “The Arrival of the Bee Box”, which metaphorically captures her search for freedom, and the director’s perspective that Plath’s suicide freed her from the trappings of her unfaithful lover. The picture book The Emperors New Clothes shows how perspectives which conflict are often changed to conform. Hughes’ Red conveys conflicting perspectives through the personification of colour into personalities of Plath. The Minotaur shows Hughes’ subjective view and conflicts with Plath’s view portrayed in
It is this reason that made Malcolm X a political icon and a leader that will remain in the world history for centuries to come. It is the life that he led and how he managed to come out successful from a life full of difficulties and raging