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What do you guys think of this imagery?

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: User1488067617 | Category: Resume design engineer mechanical

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    brownbear873 17 Jan 2017 23:17

    We say ‘tragedy’ because things don’t really work out so well in the end. Family drama, well, that’s pretty self-explanatory, what with the family and the drama and all.

    D.H. Lawrence (Scene Three, dialogue line 16)
    Shakespeare: Tom’s nickname is Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet (Scene Seven, dialogue 296)
    e.e. cummings: "somewhere i have never traveled" (epigraph), "The Hours Rise Up Putting Off Stars And It Is" (Scene Six, stage directions)

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    heavybird260 18 Jan 2017 08:01

    We say ‘tragedy’ because things don’t really work out so well in the end. Family drama, well, that’s pretty self-explanatory, what with the family and the drama and all.

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    エリック - єяιк 17 Jan 2017 22:16

    http://www.thyorisons.com/#Part_1 "Who s there?" The rest of the play answers that initial question. Hamlet is the "glass of fashion" and most of the other characters reflect some aspect of Hamlet. But who is Hamlet? A son of his warrior father, but also one who "could be bounded in a nut shell and count myself a king of infinite space." Hamlet the soldier rants in golden couplets of warlike noise, while Hamlet the scholar unfolds himself through inaction and silence. But to be true to himself, Hamlet has to recognize that he is both soldier and scholar. He is the princely soldier who courageously returns to the fate awaiting him in his native soil (a graveyard). But he is also the gentle scholar who confesses the sins of his warlike nature. There are a number of interlocking motifs in Hamlet which reveal much about Hamlet s character and the themes of the play. In the following essays, motifs, metaphors, puns, and wordplay are the keys to the themes of Hamlet. A few of the motifs and symbols in Hamlet: The wheel motif: http://www.thyorisons.com/#Revolution - Fine Revolution http://www.thyorisons.com/#Wheel_Becomes - How the Wheel Becomes It The voice/silence motif: http://www.thyorisons.com/#Tragic_Flaw - Hamlet s Tragic Flaw http://www.thyorisons.com/#Rest_Is_Silence - The Rest Is Silence http://www.thyorisons.com/#Voice - The Voice of Denmark http://www.thyorisons.com/#Hell_Breathes_Contagion - Hell Itself Breathes Out Contagion The dirt over people (as in a graveyard) motif: http://www.thyorisons.com/#Inherit_Earth - To Inherit the Earth http://www.thyorisons.com/#Womb - The Womb of Earth

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    Юлия Куликова 18 Jan 2017 06:04

    We say ‘tragedy’ because things don’t really work out so well in the end. Family drama, well, that’s pretty self-explanatory, what with the family and the drama and all.

    D.H. Lawrence (Scene Three, dialogue line 16)
    Shakespeare: Tom’s nickname is Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet (Scene Seven, dialogue 296)
    e.e. cummings: "somewhere i have never traveled" (epigraph), "The Hours Rise Up Putting Off Stars And It Is" (Scene Six, stage directions)

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    greenelephant222 18 Jan 2017 08:22

    We say ‘tragedy’ because things don’t really work out so well in the end. Family drama, well, that’s pretty self-explanatory, what with the family and the drama and all.

    D.H. Lawrence (Scene Three, dialogue line 16)
    Shakespeare: Tom’s nickname is Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet (Scene Seven, dialogue 296)
    e.e. cummings: "somewhere i have never traveled" (epigraph), "The Hours Rise Up Putting Off Stars And It Is" (Scene Six, stage directions)

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    lazypanda944 17 Jan 2017 23:09

    "Summary After a long day s work, the speaker is tired of apple picking. He has felt drowsy and dreamy since the morning when he looked through a sheet of ice lifted from the surface of a water trough. Now he feels tired, feels sleep coming on, but wonders whether it is a normal, end-of-the-day sleep or something deeper. Form This is a rhyming poem that follows no preordained rhyme scheme. "After Apple-Picking" is basically iambic, and mostly in pentameter, but line-length variants abound. Line 1, for example, is long by any standard. Line 32 is very short: one foot. The poem s shorter lines of di-, tri-, and tetrameter serve to syncopate and sharpen the steady, potentially droning rhythm of pentameter. They keep the reader on her toes, awake, while the speaker drifts off into oblivion. Commentary First, a comment on form. Throughout the poem, both rhyme and line-length are manipulated and varied with subtlety. The mystery of the rhymes--when will they come and how abruptly--keeps words and sounds active and hovering over several lines. We find the greatest separation between rhyming end-words at the poem s conclusion. Sleep comes seven lines after its partner, heap, and in the interim, sleep has popped up three times in the middle of lines. Sleep is, in fact, all over the poem; the word appears six times. But the way it is delivered here, the last rhyme is masterful. Heap first rhymes internally with sleep, then again internally with sleep, and then again, and only pairs up with the end-word sleep in the poem s last line. At this point, we ve nearly forgotten heap. Sleep seems to rhyme with itself, with its repetition, like a sleepy mantra or a sleep-inducing counting of sheep. The poem arrives at final sleep not through a wham-bang rhyming couplet but more "sleepily." "There are many other things I have found myself saying about poetry, but the chiefest of these is that it is metaphor, saying one thing and meaning another, saying one thing in terms of another, the pleasure of ulteriority." This is Robert Frost in 1946, in an essay for The Atlantic Monthly. "After Apple-Picking" is about picking apples, but with its ladders pointing "[t]oward heaven still," with its great weariness, and with its rumination on the harvest, the coming of winter, and inhuman sleep, the reader feels certain that the poem harbors some "ulteriority." "Final sleep" is certainly one interpretation of the "long sleep" that the poet contrasts with human sleep. The sleep of the woodchuck is the sleep of winter, and winter, in the metaphoric language of seasons, has strong associations with death. Hints of winter are abundant: The scent of apples is "the essence of winter sleep"; the water in the trough froze into a "pane of glass"; the grass is "hoary" (i.e., frosty, or Frosty). Yet is the impending death destructive or creative? The harvest of apples can be read as a harvest of any human effort--study, laying bricks, writing poetry, etc.--and this poem looks at the end of the harvest. The sequence and tenses of the poem are a bit confusing and lead one to wonder what is dreamed, what is real, and where the sleep begins. It s understandable that the speaker should be tired at the end of a day s apple picking. But the poem says that the speaker was well on his way to sleep before he dropped the sheet of ice, and this presumably occurred in the morning. The speaker has tried and failed to "rub the strangeness" from his sight. Is this a strangeness induced by exhaustion or indicative of the fact that he is dreaming already? Has he, in fact, been dreaming since he looked through the "pane of glass" and entered a through-the-looking-glass world of "magnified apples" and the "rumbling sound / Of load on load of apples coming in"? Or is the sheet of ice simply a dizzying lens whose effect endures? If, in fact, the speaker was well on his way to sleep in the morning, does this lend a greater, more ominous weight to the long sleep "coming on" at the poem s end? The overall tone of the poem might not support such a reading, however; nothing else about it is particularly ominous--and Frost can do ominous when he wants to. How we ultimately interpret the tone of the poem has much to do with how we interpret the harvest. Has it been a failure? Certainly there is a sense of incompleteness--"a barrel that I didn t fill." The speaker s inner resources give out before the outer resources are entirely collected. On the other hand, the poet speaks only of "two or three apples" remaining, and these only "may" be left over. Do we detect satisfaction, then? The speaker has done all that was within his power; what s left is the result of minor, inevitable human imperfection. Is this, then, a poem about the rare skill of knowing when to quit honorably? This interpretation seems reasonable. Yet if the speaker maintains his honor, why will his sleep be troubled? There were "ten thousand thousand"--that is to say, countless--fruit to touch, and none could be fumbled or it was lost. Did the speaker fumble many? Did he leave more than he claims he did? Or are the troubled dreams a nightmare magnification and not a reflection of the real harvest? Lines 28-29 are important: "I am overtired / Of the great harvest I myself desired." If there has been failure or too great a strain on the speaker, it is because the speaker has desired too great a harvest. He saw an impossible quantity of fruit as a possibility. Or he saw a merely incredible quantity of fruit as possibility and nearly achieved it (at the cost of physical and mental exhaustion). When we read "After Apple-Picking" metaphorically, we may want to look at it as a poem about the effort of writing poetry. The cider-apple heap then makes a nice metaphor for saved and recycled bits of poetry, and the long sleep sounds like creative (permanent?) hibernation. This is one possible metaphoric substitution among many; it seems plausible enough (though nowise definitive or exclusive). However, our search for "ulteriority" may benefit from respecting, not replacing, the figure of the apples. Apple picking, in Western civilization, has its own built-in metaphorical and allegorical universe, and we should especially remember this when we read a poet whose work frequently revisits Eden and the Fall (c.f. "Nothing Gold Can Stay," "Never Again Would Birds Song Be the Same," "It is Almost the Year Two Thousand," "The Oven Bird"). When the poet speaks of "the great harvest I myself desired," consider also what apples represent in Genesis: knowledge and some great, punishable claim to godliness--creation and understanding, perhaps. This sends us scurrying back to lines 1 and 2, where the apple-picking ladder sticks through the tree "Toward heaven still." What has this harvest been, then, with its infinite fruits too many for one person to touch? What happens when such apples strike the earth--are they really of no worth? And looked at in this new light, what does it mean to be "done with apple-picking now"? All of these questions are enough to make one forswear metaphor and limit oneself to a strict diet of literalness. But that isn t nearly as much fun."

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    crazydog699 18 Jan 2017 08:59

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    Adriana 18 Jan 2017 02:41

    We say ‘tragedy’ because things don’t really work out so well in the end. Family drama, well, that’s pretty self-explanatory, what with the family and the drama and all.

    D.H. Lawrence (Scene Three, dialogue line 16)
    Shakespeare: Tom’s nickname is Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet (Scene Seven, dialogue 296)
    e.e. cummings: "somewhere i have never traveled" (epigraph), "The Hours Rise Up Putting Off Stars And It Is" (Scene Six, stage directions)

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    brownelephant710 18 Jan 2017 06:03

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    {н р з б} 18 Jan 2017 04:49

    We say ‘tragedy’ because things don’t really work out so well in the end. Family drama, well, that’s pretty self-explanatory, what with the family and the drama and all.

    D.H. Lawrence (Scene Three, dialogue line 16)
    Shakespeare: Tom’s nickname is Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet (Scene Seven, dialogue 296)
    e.e. cummings: "somewhere i have never traveled" (epigraph), "The Hours Rise Up Putting Off Stars And It Is" (Scene Six, stage directions)

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    User1487939674 18 Jan 2017 09:30

    An honest opinion? Okay. It seems jumbled to me. I would say, "It was an endless view of a landscape littered by wrecked buildings, piles of shattered glass and overturned vehicles of all kinds". Or perhaps, "The landscape was an endless view of wrecked buildings, shattered glass and hundreds of overturned vehicles".

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    Миша Яковлев 18 Jan 2017 02:46

    We say ‘tragedy’ because things don’t really work out so well in the end. Family drama, well, that’s pretty self-explanatory, what with the family and the drama and all.

    D.H. Lawrence (Scene Three, dialogue line 16)
    Shakespeare: Tom’s nickname is Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet (Scene Seven, dialogue 296)
    e.e. cummings: "somewhere i have never traveled" (epigraph), "The Hours Rise Up Putting Off Stars And It Is" (Scene Six, stage directions)