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Use of imagery in Shakespeare sonnets

Shakespeare’s has a refined sense of incorporating beautiful and exquisite imagery in his plays as well as in his sonnets. He does not indulge into the sentimentality, rather he chooses to write in a language to provoke any feeling he wants in his reader’s mind. Use of poetic imagery is a work of an armature poet. Only a mature and experienced poet can incorporate apt imagery and can stimulate the feelings of his readers. Continue reading “Use of imagery in Shakespeare sonnets”

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Everyone’s life is full of daily challenges. To tackle these challenges one masks himself/herself with different moods appropriate for a particular situation. For instance, when people go out for work, they clock themselves under a mood which is suitable for the corporate sector. However, when a person is at home, he/she become oneself and quit pretense. A home is a place where we experience happiness, sorrows, and joys. These valuable feelings associated with home shape up our lives, our personalities, and our frame of references. No matter wherever we go, we are always connected to our home because the solace we get it is unattainable from any other place. Continue reading “THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE HOME”

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Thesis: Embracing Body Art

Life magazine, only 6% of Americans had a tattoo on their body. By 2003, 16% of Americans had more than one tattoo on a part of their body, the Harris poll revealed. This is three times the earlier number and as time passes, more and more people embrace this type of body art. In the 2006 report by the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 24% of Americans between 18 and Statistics like those provided by highlights the growing trend in tattooing. According to the 50 years had tattoos.

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Thesis: The best approach to ethnomusicology

Anthropologist Helene Trafford of the University of Nairobi, Kenya holds that the best approach to ethnomusicology is by establishing the value of a given musical piece to the community producing it. Understanding the extent to a culture values their music in turn prevents one’s cultural bias from affecting an objective evaluation.

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