There is a good contrast of color of the light pink from the woman’s gown; which is adorned with small flowers to the vivid orange blanket also adorned with small flowers. The woman seems to want to wrap the blanket around Venus. The woman is wearing a necklace of leaves. Part of her hair is braided the other part is free flowing. Behind the lady on the right is a wooded area; the trees are dark brown with dark green leaves.
What Hambling is trying to achieve within her paintings is the intense, powerful moment when a wave comes crashing down. She is also trying to create the sense of sound in the paintings, the sound of the sea when the waves are being thrashed about, Hambling states that ‘it laughs, it cries and it also has angry outbursts.’ That is what she is trying to capture, the emotions of the sea. So overall ‘movement’ is what Hambling list as a key essential element to her artworks. The subject matter that Hambling is trying to put across is about ‘Time’ and how that the sea is like life. It comes to us and then it goes quicker than you think, and how that when the tide comes in it erodes the land much like us getting older.
In the sentence , “I feel their pulse of life racing through their bodies” not only means moving through them but it means it’s happening rapid pace. Another example is when Cox describes the sensation of sand in a swimsuit rubbing against her like sandpaper, she is describing physical pain and numbness she feels. Cox describes the sunrise as a giant eye opening but she is talking about the shape. She describes the whales dimples like golf balls because of there form and contour. She describes the whale’s hair like the whiskers of a cat, since they are same thickness and shape.
California Girl - Buy it at iTunes Vocals & Synths: Robin Frederick Guitar: Mike Sims Drum Programming: Roy Campanella III & Robin Frederick I wrote a message in the sand Then the waves took it away To a place where you are standing And maybe you will read it. I am living in paradise At least it would be paradise If only you were here And not so many miles away Do you think of me and feel the shelter Do you think of me and feel the warmth Do you remember... When we caught the wave together And we held a perfect world When I was your California Girl. You caught the summer in your arms Held as tight as you could hold But the seasons kept on turning And took you to your winter. Are you watching far from here Ships that
The distinctive voice of Anu brings to the forefront the strong connection an indigenous woman holds to her native land of Australia. Anu’s voice creates a comparison between the fulfillment of the natural landscape and the sense of unhappiness felt in the city lifestyle. First person narrative voice for example ‘I came from the saltwater people’ conveys a personal reflection of an underlying connection to the land. The true desires and pleasures of the natural coastal country are conveyed through Anu’s use of repetition, ‘My Island Home, my island home’ as well as visual imagery, ‘I close my eyes and I’m standing in a boat on the sea again’. The use of the rhetorical question ‘Will this place [city] ever satisfy me?’ highlights the uneasiness and unfulfillment the city life has brought Anu further conveying her longing and loyalty to her natural country.
There's the romance of the place – "the chirrup of the grasshoppers," "the heat," and "the smell of the sea." "They walked and talked of the strange light on the sea: the water was of a soft warm lilac hue, and there was a golden streak from the moon upon it. They
“Smells rich and rasping , smoke and fat fish “ and “the red globes of light, the liquor-green” depict the image that William describes for readers to imagine. Mackellar also uses imaginary such as “The sapphire-misted mountains, The hot gold hush of noon Green tangle of the brushes” to show how beautiful she sees Australia. . Mackellar also used Personification.-, "the thirsty paddocks", referring to the country as "she" to further emphasize her affection towards her country as referring the country as “she” – like a the human being. Slessor also uses personification - “The red globes of light, the liquor green, the pulsing arrows and the running fire”.
Kate Chopin's The Awakening is a literary work full of symbolism. Sea, Birds, clothes, houses and other narrative elements are powerful symbols which add meaning to the novel and to the characters. I will analyze the most relevant symbols presented in Chopin's literary work. SEA The voice of the sea is seductive; never ceasing, whispering, clamoring, murmuring, inviting the soul to wander for a spell in abysses of solitude; to lose itself in mazes of inward contemplation. The voice of the sea speaks to the soul.
TASK: CHOOSE ONE THEME AND COMPLETE THE TASK FROM THE CHOICE BELOW: NARRATIVE, DESCRIPTION, MONOLOGUE, SCRIPT Standing forth, before the sun on a deserted beach full of golden sand which spread through my toes. A warm pleasant breeze brushed against me, ruffling my skin. I step back from the world, leaving everything and everyone behind. Ignoring the jumble of thoughts running around in my head as i watch red and orange flames casting over the moving sea, reflecting off every wave. A glisten of a glowing radiant light becomes visible on the waters horizon.