She also shows how once Briar Rose had truly died once she was fifteen, even though she was truly just put into a 100 year sleep.prince at all, but my father, drunkenly bent over my bed…” (lines 150-154).Line 100 was the most important line in the poem.She replaces the happy parts of the poem with parts that may have been different in her life.Its not the .
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In your response, include an example of at least one poem from this week’s readings.Your initial post should be at least 150 words in length.If you choose this option, be sure to provide a link to the audio of the chosen poem.)Describe the connections between (a) the poem’s form and/or use of literary devices and your experience of the poem and (b) your reading experience (see key literary terms listed in our textbook – e.g., alliteration, rhyme, iambic pentameter, etc.).Did the performance change your perception of the poem or its content in any ways?
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For vengeance, and the ashes of language” (Songs of Ourselves 150), Gillian Clarke reaches her crescendo and ends with a note of anger.Overall, Gillian Clarke’s poem Lament has strong feminist views after the first stanza.This stanza of the “For the hook-beaked turtles, the dugong and the dolphin, the whale struck dumb by missile’s thunder” (Songs of Ourselves 150), is based mainly on nature’s destruction and how the animals we know and love are slowly being wiped out by “missile’s thunder”, and the like.The following lines, “For the tern, the gull and the restless wader, the long migrations and the slow dying, the veiled sun and the stink of anger” (Songs of Ourselves 150), displays the disastrous result of having many wars.The line “Fo...
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Poets often use denotative and various connotative meanings of words to add to their poems’ meaning and depth.Recall that denotation is the literal dictionary definition of a word while connotation is the association people have with a word or the emotional response that a word evokes.Like other great poets who use shades of meaning in their poems, William Shakespeare’s poetry is rich in connotative meanings.Throughout the ages, poets have used connotation to add to the meaning of their poems.Look at how Shakespeare uses the word lies in the line, “I do believe her, though I know she lies.” Here, the word lies has negative connotations.
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“The Flea” uses a lot of words with a sexual and religious significance such suck’d, Sins, swells as in the sexual organs swelling, and temple.William Shakespeare wrote more than 150 sonnets, one of them being “Shall I Compare Thee…?The main difference between these two poems is that “Shall I Compare Thee…?Donne uses the one word you wouldn’t expect in a poem to get a woman, that word is “Flea”.I think the poems show Shakespeare is the gentleman out of the two of them; he uses more of a kind and pleasant language.
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Because the poem was written over 150 years ago, obviously there are differences in the way it is written, the way society was then etc.The vocabulary is very different, though each poem is told in the first person.“Porphyria’s Lover” uses different word orders that make the poems slightly more difficult to make out.Both poems use pathetic fallacy and metaphors to demonstrate their imagery.When I first read these two poems, they seemed to have nothing in common with each other.
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Is the 2010 advertising budget allocation between display and search appropriate?Words purchased included generic keywords, such as “consumer checking,” “checking account,” and “free checking account” as well as branded keywords, including “BBVA Compass” and “BBVA brand.” Buys for these keywords were analyzed and tracked through the bid management tool, which evaluated competitive prices, search volume and share of voice for each keyword.Paid search advertising entailed purchasing keywords on Google, Yahoo!, and Bing, the three major search engines.6.What is the role of display and search advertising in acquiring new checking account customers?The largest portion of BBVA’s paid search budget was allocated for Google, as it had the bigges...
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Justify with case specific information and avoid general comments.Justify with one specific example connected to the case.Make sure that you write your assumptions clearly for method(s) that you present your report.Develop your own forecast for bow rakes for each month of the next year (year 5) (Even though you may consider different forecasting methods for analysis, provide only two forecasting methods that you consider best, in your report).What should be an appropriate forecasting horizon (duration)?
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This action by the Taliban determines how coward they have portrayed themselves.We discussed about the women rights in class and that it is not like this everywhere in Pakistan, in fact this action was opposed by everyone in the country.In my opinion her efforts created a lot of awareness among the people in the country and especially her region where the literacy rate is less than 50 percent.These incidents create a negative image of a region all over the world.What are your thoughts?
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(Minimum 150 words) .Cat __ D. Bassoon .Write a short poem or a short story and choose an instrument then improvise a short musical piece that connects the poem or short story.Grandfather__ A. Flute .Woodwinds __ B. Trumpet .
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This will be equivalent to 100 points.In that case, the base value is set to 100 and let’s assumes that the stock is currently trading at 200.NIFTY 50 NIFTY was coined from the two words ‘National’ and ‘FIFTY’.Hence, the total market capitalization is (200 x 100000 + 150 x 200000) Rs 500 lakhs.The word fifty is used because; the index consists of 50 actively traded stocks from various sectors.
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Basing his poem on an actual incident that occurred among some of his acquaintances, Pope intended his story to put the episode into humorous perspective and encourage his friends to laugh at their own actions.The heroic couplet perfectly accents the epic devices used in the poem, for, as a form of verse the heroic couplet seems to have a connotation of larger-than-life-situations in the minds of its readers.A mock epic is a poem dealing with petty subject matter in the exalted style of the great literary epics.He even uses the structure of rhyming couplets to juxtapose the ordinary with the extraordinary to reveal the society’s distorted value system.In the opening lines “What dire offense from amorous causes springs, / What almighty co...
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Both poems contain women that were brutally murdered.Carol Ann Duffy, the writer of Human Interest, is a feminist whose poems explore what it is to be a woman.Although sharing many similarities, the two poems are very different in their own right.The poems both talk about the emotions of love and jealousy and how they affect people’s actions.It seems that in both poems, the narrator has a psychopathic persona and always suspects the worst of his lover.
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Part I Select three of the identity categories below and name or describe at least 3 related stereotypes for each: .What is the difference between stereotyping and prejudice?Use examples to illustrate the differences.Define stereotypes and prejudice.What can be done to prevent prejudice from occurring?
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London: Arden Shakespeare, 1997.New Haven, CT: Yale University, 2000.Vendler, Helen.Shakespeare's Sonnets.Sonnet 20 is written to fair youth, or in other words a young man.
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Units Demanded (annually) 100 150 200 250 .Demand = 100; Profit = $250000; Probability= 0.2 .Demand = 100; Loss = -$1250000; Probability= 0.2 .Demand = 150; Profit = $ 4075000; Probability= 0.1 .When the demand is 100, the maximum profit that they would earn is $250000.
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He does that with the poem too, by saying, “The port is near” and then later saying “where on the deck the captain lies, fallen cold and dead.” Whitman also refers to Lincoln as a father, because he is the father of his nation.Read the poem carefully and explain how the poem relates to one of the themes of the film.You will need to summarise the essentials of plot, characters and themes and keep your word length to around 150 words!Mr Keating tells his students, “Learn to savour words and language; words and language can change the world.(b) The poem shows a sense of independence.
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The duplicity of perception is extended by the phrase “Like one in danger, Cautious” (Perkins, 995) which “may modify either the preceding “He stirred his Velvet Head” or the following “I offered him a Crumb,” hence either the bird or the speaker or both” (Eberwein 85) and, as such, admits an ambiguity into the poem’s diction which is foreshadowed by the imagery.Whereas poem #214 began with a blatant expression of intoxicated transcendence and ended with an ambiguity of isolation and alienation, poem # 328 begins with a sense of alienation and even violence,but resolves in a harmonious, transcendental uplift of diction and imagery.It is not difficult to pinpoint individual poems by Dickinson where nature emerges as an obvious transcenden...
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What makes life, a life is what the poem implied about.The poem begins with a long, thrilling aura of Nova Scotia, the land “of fish and bread and tea/home of the long tides”, this represents the earth itself, where it is bounded with blessings—the food ad other needs.Thus, the poem is written in the indirect style.The writer has a complex and sarcastic projection of the poem.The poem is metaphorically titled.
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Blake’s “London”(1794) and Wordsworth’s “Composed upon Westminster Bridge”(1803) are good examples of poems from the Romantic era, as both poets share a sense of emotional involvement in their works.The differences between these two poems are clear.The two poems are also structured differently, and feature variations in terms of rhythm and rhyme.These two poems may seem to be very similar, but Blake and Wordsworth have used lots of different methods to demonstrate beyond doubt their very different feelings about the sights and sounds of London.Although both poets use similar techniques to express their very different feelings about the sights and sounds of London, these techniques, such as imagery and literary devices, give different eff...
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of employees who left in the year / average employees in the year) x 100. .Therefore 175 – 20 = 155, which is the current headcount and at the same time we can say the attrition is 11.42% that shows the company lost 20 employees of 150 and 25 more joined which makes count to 175. .So according to the formula: ((50 x 100) / (100)) / 100 .Attrition rate 50% of 100 i.e.So according to the formula: ((20 x 100) / (150 + 25)) / 100 .
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So, in her famous poem «After great pain, a formal feeling comes” Emily Dickinson wrote that after the great pain of someone’s death appears the feeling of a funeral.The first line of the poem hides the subject of the poem and is the only line with an abstract statement (Kennedy 2005).The imagination of Dickinson often leads her into a very peculiar territory; some of her famous poems are strange, bizarre and eccentric death-fantasies with wonderful metaphorical conceits.This poem reflects the reality of people’s life.It sometimes makes her poems difficult to understand on a first reading, but when their meaning is discovered, it usually explodes in the mind all at once, so, those lines which seemed unclear become unforgettably understan...
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In this essay I will compare the two poems, “Belfast Confetti” and “come up from the fields farther” and show, how they show how they covey the feeling of helplessness.I will demonstrate how despite the differences in time, both poems are very effective in exploring the theme of helplessness.War in both the poems, creates a feeling of helplessness although they were written at almost 100 years apart, and written about different wars, no matter what they do they cannot change a thing.Walt Witmens poem “come up from the fields farther” was written in 1880, Ciaron Carson’s poem “Belfast confetti” was written in 1985.In the poem, “Belfast confetti” the narrator in the poem is the poet himself, though in “come up from the fields farther” the ...
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The Flesch-Kincaid grade scale put this book at grade level 10; because there are a few words that would need to be explained to students before reading the book.The writing style of the author is very straightforward, and most of the words should be recognizable by the students (except for some Buddhist words which will be defined before reading).Linguistically, it uses easily decodable words with familiar vocabulary.However, using the Flesch-Kincaid grade scale on a small sample of poems, the levels ranges from 2.The Buddhist concepts are developed through both words and pictures.
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The essay must be at least 350 words.Each participant was allowed to recite the poem of their choice within 5 minutes.The first runner up would receive cash RM 150 and hamper worth RM50 while cash RM 100 was given to the second runner up.For the poem recitation competition, it took place in the school hall.They allocated the marks for the pronunciation of the grammars, the gesture, and the rhythm of the poem.
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Read Robert Browning’s “Pippa’s Song.” This poem has a peppy tone, which comes through words like morn and spring, and particularly the last lines “God’s in His heaven,/ All’s right with the world!” If you were to change certain words in this poem, though, you would invert the poem’s tone and meaning.Frost used tone to make his poems interesting, or as he said himself, “You’ve got to get dramatic.” Read the poem “A Patch of Old Snow” to see how he shifts tone to create a sense of drama.Listen to what Brooks says about the poem just before she recites it to understand how the poem’s diction helps establish the desired tone.You also need to figure out who the poem’s speaker is, to whom is it addressed, and what the poem’s central concern a...
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The reception of quality programs is possible up to distances of 1000 km at medium frequency, and makes it possible to broadcast information beyond the oceans in HF bands (1 MHz to 30 MHz), thanks to the particularity of propagation of these waves by reflection on the ionized layers of the atmosphere.The quality of AM radio broadcasts is therefore far from “hi-fi” standards in terms of bandwidth.A 100 W transmitter (carrier power) will therefore emit a maximum power of 150 W if k = 1: .However, in broadcasting, the width of the spectrum of the modulated signal being twice the highest frequency present in the modulating signal, the bandwidth of the audio signal is 4.5 kHz maximum.In Europe, public and commercial radio stations broadcast i...
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The poems both describe the sentiments that surround the birth of a child.Both poems share similar strong emotions in describing birth, and both use little to no figurative language.Both poems similarly employ little to no figurative language.The poems also diverge in different aspects, beginning with their dissimilar rhyming patterns.These poems use different strategies in illustrating human oppression.
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The Angel could be seen as a villain in the poem and also possibly shows that people are only religious because of their beliefs in the afterlife.Blake’s attitude to religion and society were shown in many of his poems, including ‘The Chimney Sweeper’ (Innocence and Experience).The metre which Blake uses also emphasises this line, throughout the poem Blake usually uses anapaests but the line 19 contrasts with this regularity and makes line 20 more emphasised.Both of ‘The Chimney Sweeper’ poems show that Blake noticed and disagreed with this, the two poems show how the church oppresses people and Blake uses irony to show how this oppression is hidden from society and they do not see it.These ‘two contrary states of the human soul’ (Blake,...
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(50 to 100 words) Once you do find a topic, you can expect two or more years until completion, with very few … criticism and feedback, working on the thesis, and financial support for research.(50 to 100 words) identify the use of bias in nonfiction texts.Similar documents may exist for other research areas — ask around.Try to remember that it’s impossible to read everything that might be relevant: instead, read selectively.When you first start reading up on a new field, ask your advisor or a fellow student what the most useful journals and conference proceedings are in your field, and ask for a list of seminal or “classic” papers that you should definitely read.
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