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  • ARIANNE- Formalism/New Criticism Prosody— In the Mechanical pr Structure elements thats comprise poetry, such as rhythm, meter, rhyme, stanza, diction, alliteration, and so on. Used synonymously with versification. Central Paradox—A term used by Critics (especially Cleanth Brooks) to help explain the nature and essence of poetry. Its said that…[Read more]

  • This cultural artifact by Ernes is more expressed and detailed that Victoriane artifact (the Snickers commercial), where as a movie is going to emphasize me growth than an 1 minute advertisement. The snicker ad. didn’t really troubled me towards the feminist side because thats how female (young/old) act in real life. It doesn’t matter if […]

  • Reading the two bloggs and comments i would also agree with everything that is said about Marxism in reference to Turn of the Screw. In victorian times governess was the entire subject of sexual misconduct where the first Marxist Criticism occurred where the goveness witness seeing a ghosts. She is consiously or not consciously in […]

  • The “Turn of the Screw” state the text of male/female gender critic. This occured when miles himself figure he should of been on top, even when he ripped the letter up, he felt good but not so much as for the Governess. On the Governess side she wanted to be in the same race with […]

  • 1. TV show “Bones”- This is about an smart, well educated Anthropologist women who solve crime by figuring out the deaths of human remains, and how, what, who, when, killed that person. This show display Feminism because Bones as an smart women at her job, she too is well smarter than booths (Cute FBI Agent). […]

  • Question #1 The highlighted women in the novel were the Governess, Mrs.Grose, and Flora ( who is a child/and mile little sister). Mrs. Grose is the main character for most of the governess information, the governess does not take her words at face value not even ask Mrs. Grose opinions or questions. The Governess is […]

  • The question i chose was, “Does the work chart the emotional, psychical or (socially-based) educational development of any character? If so, how does it development take place, Are there appropriate psychological modles”. In this question i feel that lacans “mirror stage” is portrayed when the governess sees quin outside the window adn she goes…[Read more]

  • Discipline and Punish lays out Foucaults’s thoughts on how the elite in society dominate and control the rest of the society. He believed no societal advancements have occurred since the Renaissance, only technology had grown, further enslaving the human spirit. The passage that I found that illustrates the understanding the Foucault “…[Read more]

  • On Thursday 6th, October 2011 I was assigned to Group one, pages 27-29. The opposition’s binary that were implied or assumed in this passage was, Good/Evil, Educated/uneducated, and Civilized/Savages. Of these binaries mentioned Civilized/Savages was most important to address in the passage and that was relevant in the novel. Civilized/Savages, c…[Read more]

  • In Terry response I would say we well define and written towards “The Heat of Darkness” text. In this text, Africa was portrays and represented as a very undeveloped and primitive place of being. It was also suggested that Africa native people were undeveloped and primitive. As describe Africa was seen to a blank and […]

  • The binary of this story that i felt was the phase and title “The Spectacles” love/lust and inner beauty/outta beauty. Jenn and Victoriane had it pretty clear and straight forward but what i don’t understand, he couldnt see how old she was. I notice that in this short story essay there was a lot of […]

  • In this story, the writer was foreshowing the story. I can read the first two paragraphs and say that Dave the character in this story was going to incite a force; either he was going to get in trouble or looking for death. In this story it is basically Relativism, because everyone is going to […]

  • Dear Mr. Brooks, I am writing this letter base on your essay “The Formalist Critic”, were you made two points that you claim in your essay about the misunderstanding and objections that was made with dealing with literacy. One of the claims was in order to make novel and poem that main focus of criticism […]

  • Reading this poem tells at first, that is was related to “No Man”. Reading it over and over till i get what is means was in the first line of the poem, “One” which refer to us as WE the readers. To me, basically, we are the ones who are the snowman and we see, […]

  • “The SnowMan” 1. What is the meaning of the text? Firstly, this poem left me mentally challenged. I know the poem states about a snowman, but if u read carefully, “One” basically mean the readers as in we. I think the poem refer to reality of philosophical invitation or where are the quotes “January sun”, […]