Realism Paper
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Realism is the 19th century movement that sought to change playwrights from the traditional pieces of romance and instead focus on the day to day activities that shaped the daily lives of the people. The new style of writing influenced the way of acting and led to various changes in the way actors prepared for […]

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Actor Realism Romanticism Theatre
Socialist Realism And Neoconstructivist Objectivis
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mSocialist realism and neoconstructivist objectivism 1. Socialist realism and the cultural paradigm of expression If one examines the cultural paradigm of expression, one is faced with a choice: either accept predialectic cultural theory or conclude that the goal of the poet is significant form. However, in Clerks, Smith reiterates neoconstructivist objectivism; in Chasing Amy he […]

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Object Postmodernism Realism Reality Truth
Pragmatism, Realism and Idealism
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Idealism Idealism (French “idealisme” from Greek “idea”) is the general designation of philosophical doctrines asserting that the consciousness, thinking, mental and spiritual things are initial, fundamental, and a matter, nature and physical things are secondary, derivative. So, idealism resists to materialism in the decision of the basic question of philosophy – about the relation of […]

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Philosophy Pragmatism Realism Reality
Art history: Compare and Contrast
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There are a few suggested words when it comes to art analysis that is used. These depend on themes such as texture, color, mood and message, space, style as well as composition. Most untrained analysts focus on the aspects of individual objects in paintings rather than the relationships between the pictorial elements that abide in […]

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Aesthetics Art Art History History Painting
Realism in Modern Drama
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A Summer Project On “REALISM IN MODERN DRAMA” In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of Bachelor of Arts (Hons. ) in English Submitted by: BISMA IRFAN BA (Honors) English ll A0706110036 ENROLL. NO. Submitted to: DR DEEPANKAR SUKUL Asst. Professor AMITY INSTITUTE OF ENGLISH AND BUSINESS COMMUNICATION AMITY UNIVERSITY UTTAR PRADESH CERTIFICATE […]

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Literature Realism
Realism Versus Romanticism in Huck Finn
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Charlie Hoffmann Mr. Kearney Amer. Lit. & Comp. /3 17 December 2009 Huck Rejects Romanticism In every man’s life he faces a time that defines his maturation from boyhood to manhood. This usually comes from a struggle that the boy faces in his life. In Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Huck’s defining moment […]

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Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn Huckleberry Finn Mark Twain Realism Romanticism
In what ways does Italian Neorealism influence modern filmmaking practices
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Italy went through some of the biggest changes in its history in the early 20th century, around the time of war. Benito Mussolini founded the Fascist Party in 1919 and by 1924 he had already come to power and his dictatorship was in place. The fascist regime was accepted by many, but there were still […]

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Fascism Film Italy Realism
Analysis of realism in film “Bowling for Columbine”
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Many people may say that the film “Bowling for Columbine” by “Michael Moore” told them many things that they didn’t know about America today. If you were to watch the film without looking at it closely this would be true. But going underneath the narrative it reveals that there is insufficient evidence in most cases […]

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Dog Evidence Realism
Art History Example
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Reading Response #1: Visiting the Saints The title of the chapter, Visiting Saints, is a great representation of what the chapter is actually about. The chapter gives a clear description of the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela. Along the route, pilgrims would stop at the churches that have been dedicated to saints. While reading, […]

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Art History History Pilgrimage Religion Saint
Art History Surrealism Project
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Surrealism is the art of self-discovery. Surrealism helps us explore our unconscious mind. Surrealism helps us to find out who we really are and how are dormant mind sees and interprets its surroundings.History of surrealismThe art movement surrealism all began after World War 1 about a quarter of the way through the 20th century. Surrealism […]

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History Modernism Painting Realism Visual Arts
Art History & Philosophy
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1) In a democracy, ought members of a persistent minority feel obliged to obey laws with which they do not agree and have no hope of changing?Firstly, we must establish what a “persistent minority” actually is. In block 3, it is described as people who are always on the losing side of elections (Block 3, […]

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Art History History Philosophy Smoking Socrates
Is Realism Realistic?
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Is realism ‘realistic’? Realism by its very name indicates that it emphasises a realistic approach to international relations theory, however the extent to which this is true is thoroughly debated amongst scholars in contemporary society. Realism revolves primarily around the struggle for power amongst self-interested states, with particular emphasis on the desire of survival for […]

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International Relations Political Science Realism Terrorism
Realism and Neo-Realism in International Relations
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The realist theory, founded by Hans Morgenthau, Arnold Wolfers, Kenneth Thomson, E. H. Carr and Georg Schwarzenberger, is based on the will to consider man and social relations, and most particularly political relations, a state of affairs rather than ideal. Not wanting to diminish the importance and necessity of the building of a pacifist and […]

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International Relations Morality Nationalism Peace Realism Reality
Realism and Neorealism
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The President of the United States of America has two primary responsibilities aside from the usual routine of governing a country. The first one is to develop and execute domestic policies. The second one is to develop and execute foreign policies. The domestic policies that will come out of the White House will determine the […]

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Philosophy Political Science Realism Science
Realism and neo realism
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Realism underlines the constraints on politics forced by human nature and the absence of international government. Jointly, they make international relations mainly a realm of power and interest. “Human nature has not changed since the days of classical ancient times” (Thompson 1985: 17). And that nature, according to realists, is at its core self-centered, and […]

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History Narrative Philosophy Realism
Realism and Naturalism in the American literature
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In this paper I’m going to explore the difference between realism and Naturalism in the American literature using specific textual examples. My decision was to concentrate my attentions on the following works: W. E. B. Du Bois, “The Souls of Black Folk”, Stephen Crane, “The Open Boat”, Kate Chopin, “Desiree’s Baby”, and Charlotte Perkins Gilman, […]

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American Literature Naturalism Prejudice Realism The Yellow Wallpaper
Art History
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Christianity art is usually produced in most cased to supplement, portray and illustrate in a more tangible manner principles behind Christianity. Nearly all Christian groupings either use or have used before art in some aspect. The style, prominence and representations have been found to be changing with time but most of the representations have mainly […]

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Art History Christianity History Religion Sculpture
Comparison and Differentiation of Surrealism and Cubism
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Humans are creature that represents astounding intellect, emotion/s and use of language. The expression of these characteristics provides humans the capability of judgment and understanding. Nonetheless, it is natural for all forms of life to cope with their surrounding, thus, humans stay forever in flux with his environment. Such changes can best be seen in […]

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Aesthetics Art Modernism Realism
Comic realism of Chaucer in “The Prologue to the Canterbury Tales”
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Ans: Realism in literature implies portraiture of life, people and things as they really are without idealizing them. True to this idea, Chaucer is basically a realist and is interested in people and things around him and the atmosphere and activities of England in the fourteenth century. His realism is based on direct observation blended […]

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Beauty Canterbury Tales Good And Evil Realism Truth
Foucault and Las Meninas
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Michel Foucault’s study of Velazquez’s Las Meninas (1) was first published in the volume Les Mots et les choses in 1966 which was followed, in 1970, by the English translation titled The Order of Things. In “Las Meninas”, which is the title of the opening chapter of The Order of Things, Foucault focused on the […]

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Art History Michel Foucault Philosophy Science