Essay on Olfaction

‘Perfume’ by Patrick Suskind

This extract of ‘Perfume’ by Patrick Suskind written in first-person narration explores and captures the author’s portrayal of the olfactory sense in eighteenth century France, where rests the foulest city of stench, Paris. The diction, literary devices and on top of that, the use of revolting visual imagery to describe each particular unappealing smell encompassing […]

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The Acorn People by Ron Jones

This narrative tells about a college child ( Ron ) who gets a occupation assisting handicapped childs at a summer cantonment. A twenty-four hours and a half goes by taking attention of these childs. and this Ron fells like traveling perfectly nuts. As the yearss travel by he starts wishing them more and as he […]

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Food I hate and I love

I Love and Hate My favorite type of food that I love would be cinnamon donuts. They are so darn good, you cannot describe in words how they taste like, the dough practically melts in your mouth, but try to imagine the best, sweetest, and most satisfying dessert you ever had and multiply that experience […]

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Sense Organs

Senses are physiological capacities of organisms that provide data for perception. The senses and their operation, classification, and theory are overlapping topics studied by a variety of fields, most notably neuroscience, cognitive psychology (or cognitive science), and philosophy of perception. The nervous system has a specific sensory system or organ, dedicated to each sense. Humans […]

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Classic Perfume

Introduction Perfume has played a role in human existence and interaction for many thousands of years. The word “perfume” is widely acknowledged originates from the Latin language, and if divided the word into two word, ‘per’ is meaning ‘through’ and ‘fumar’ meaning ‘to smoke’. Muller(1992, p11) suggests that this association with smoke inspired that the […]

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The Meal, My papa’s Malts, and Daddy

The three poems used in this essay are the ff. : The Meal, My papa’s Malts, and Daddy. All the three poems were written and created in such a descriptive manner with the use of images that stimulates the imagination and the senses of the readers. Thus, imagery plays a role in each of the […]

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