• The Art of Advertising: Newtype Usa
    nonetheless clearly art" (Schudson). This wonderful quote clearly describes the type of advertising found in Newtype USA. The three most used techniques by advertisers in this magazine is the use of minimalist art, color, and beautiful scenery. All of these techniques appeal to an artist, and most people...
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  • Composed Upon Westminster Bridge Commentary
    eye-catching. In the first six lines he just describes it and how no body wouldn’t be moved by that marvelous scenery from Westminster Bridge; in lines nine through fourteen he compares the scene he saw to nature because natural scenes are always beautiful and “smokeless” (Not polluted) and he also said...
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  • Analysis of Kubla Khan
    Kubla Khan The poem Kubla Khan by Samuel Coleridge describes images from the poet’s imagination. Using wide vocabulary to show images, the poet communicates to the reader the extent of his imagination. The language used throughout the poem describes these images in his dream. The location where Kubla...
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  • Australia
    should be the first place you visit are for starters, the amazing scenery and beauty of the country, Secondly the exquisite variety of food, and lastly, the unique culture. Australia has one of the most breath taking sceneries in the world, all the way from the Great Barrier Reef to the city...
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  • Diction
    OF HIGH-VALUE WORDS Very often, you will be required to describe people, places, events or an experience that you have had. This can be in an examination situation or in a social situation when you are just talking to people. In order to describe anything effectively, you must have a wide vocabulary....
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  • The Damnation of a Canyon
    Abbey's heart lies in the once beautiful Glen Canyon. He describes all of his wonderful childhood stories of him floating down the river and how all it took was a paddleboat and little money. He tells of the great beauty of all the animals, insects, forestry, and ancient scenery the canyon once had. This...
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  • Travel as a House
    causes them to appreciate what there is to do in the world. Travel can be indescribable due to the fact there is so much to tell. In this essay it will describe to you how travel can be a broadening experience as a house; the landscape being the foundation of the house, customs and traditions as being the...
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  • Montage Hotel
    as a rainbow including all different bright colors pink, red white & yellow. The pink and red flowers have petals that flip around each other in a beautiful rose form as the size of a strawberry. The white and yellow flowers are made up of 5 petals and are the size of marshmallows. Palm trees with green...
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  • Frankenstein
    flowers of spring bloomed in the hedges, while those of the summer were already in bud.” A quotation from Frankenstein chapter 6. This quotation describes a scene in Frankenstein where the setting is important and we have many scenes in the book where the setting gives an extra thing to the story itself...
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  • Artist Deconstruction
    but the one that drew me in the most was the Genesee Scenery. My first impression of the painting was that it was beautiful, but as I looked closer I saw visual cues within the color, form, depth, and movement. The deconstruction of Genesee Scenery will explain how the physiology on the eye helped me...
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  • Holiday on Mackinaw Island
    <i>Audience: Vacation Takers, Recommended for Over 20 Years Old</i><br><br>Although Mackinaw Island is very small, it is very beautiful and has lots of exciting activities, such as bicycling, horseback riding, buggy riding, and fudge shopping. Mackinaw Island is located in the upper part of Michigan...
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  • Composed Upon Westminster Bridge,
    poem is about the experience of crossing Westminster Bridge early in the morning and seeing the calmness and beauty of the city of London. The poem describes the city in a very positive way, communicating its power and 'splendour'. In this essay I will explore the ways in which Wordsworth uses language...
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  • Oral Test
    away from the Beijing heat myself. Still, I wonder... is there anything worth seeing in Guizhou? Jerry: Sure! For one thing, there's the beautiful natural scenery. I'm sure you've heard of the Huang Guo Shu Waterfalls. There's also the Maling Gorge which is said to be spectacular. There are mountains...
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  • Descriptive Paper
    world’s known “Best Island” gives me all the desire to go to Maui, Hawaii. Not only do the heavenly beaches grab my attention, but also the breathtaking scenery Maui offers along with all the finest sights and attractions waiting to be explored. Maui definitely resembles my ultimate dream vacation for these...
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  • Of mice and men
    he uses simple words ”for it has slipped twinkiling over the yellow sands in the sunlight before reaching the narrow pool.” As one is imagines the scenery he then puts in more detail such as the gabilan mountains letting the image increase in size drastically. He then starts increasing the amount of detail...
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  • American Scenery
    1. The Contemplation of Scenery as a Source of Delight and Improvement] It is generally admitted that the liberal arts tend to soften our manners; but they do more--they carry with them the power to mend our hearts. Poetry and Painting sublime and purify thought, by grasping the past, the present...
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  • Nuture in Robert Frost's Poetry
    his poetry,Frost employed the plain speech of rural New Englanders and preferred the short, traditional forms of lyric and narrative to describe the simple, nice scenery of rural New England. Just as most of Frost’s poetry set New England as the background, he was often regarded by some critics as a regional...
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  • Raul
    Fiction Tour: This is a special German form of tourism. Literature lovers tours along the protagonist's footsteps, traveling to all parts of the book describes, immersive appreciate the feelings of the characters then. This rather academic style romantic travel, deeply welcomed by tourists . 2. Gakugei...
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  • Summary of“a Fable for Tomorrow”
    Tomorrow” In short story “a fable for tomorrow,” Rachel Carson describes a small town in America that was once a beautiful town but then became devastated by pollution. Writer uses such poetic language to describe the beautiful surroundings at the first of text. The townsfolk and wildlife were...
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  • Discriptive
    and statistics but by using detailed observations and descriptions. What do you want to describe? As you get started on your descriptive essay, it's important for you to identify exactly what you want to describe. Often, a descriptive essay will focus on portraying one of the following: a person a...
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