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Exegeses

Exegeses are critical in interpreting biblical texts. Through the analytical approach, religious writings are dissected for an advanced comprehension of the message being presented. According to Hayes and Holladay, a number of exegeses are applicable. Some of the approaches include focusing on literary, historical, grammatical, as well as sociological aspects of the Bible. Canonization is...

The Circumstances of Life of Jesus Christ

The current paper is an attempt to investigate the circumstances of life of Jesus Christ that are reflected in the Bible. The passages from the Gospels as well as the stories from the Old Testament help to understand better what issues from the life of Jesus are more real and which are less. The investigation...

Art Review

Introduction In the mid-nineties of the 20th century, the American and European art institutions started to use the Internet for the exhibition and promotion of their artworks, creating the websites which usually included a logo and a short text. The development and distribution of the Internet and World Wide Web (WWW) called the durability and...

Beat Generation in Literature and Visual Art

Poet Allen Ginsberg and writer William S. Burroughs represent an influential movement in the history of American literature and culture, called the Beat Generation. The Beat Generation evolved in American Literature of 1950-1960 with works of Ginsberg, Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, and others. There were a few main reasons why the beatniks appeared. This movement was...

An Anthology of the Los Angeles Literature

In this anthology, I present Los Angeles as a hardworking city with very dedicated inhabitants. The city is, however, full of dissatisfaction from the people towards the police. The police in the “Twilight” are seen beating up Rodney King in a very brutal manner. A lady is saying “I knew it was wrong.” The words...

Stanford Museum Paper

1) Artist unknown Male Head This sculpture was made of terracotta in Cyprus in about the second century BCE. This head is quite a primitive depiction of a human (one eye is slightly lower that the other and eyeballs are not indicated at all), but at the same time it is a very precious object that...

Macbeth

Macbeth is a play that was written by William Shakespeare whose focus was to demonstrate the tragedy that befell Macbeth. The tragedy that befalls him is said to be one of the darkest and horrific tragedies of the time. The play shows the manner in which Macbeth corrodes the various psychological and political attributes when...

What Do We Learn About Islam From Poetry?

Any religion in the world is a pivotal complex of beliefs, values and moral principles. They provide human beings with peculiar guidance of life which touches its every aspect. In terms of distinguishing the sharpest edge between good and evil, it encourages humanity and spirituality, while shaping the behavior of a person. Religion also tends...

Roman Art and Architecture

The ancient art and architecture, which were in Rome have left many people with an enormous and remarkable heritage. There is an enormous quantity of remarkable artifacts and architecture including amazing memorials, pottery, masks and many others that have left people dumbfounded. Roman art and architecture had a philosophical impact on our world today, as...

Folklore and Vernacular in Zora Neale Hurston’s ‘Sweat’

This paper, by referring to particular characters, themes, and plot development in Hurston’s “Sweat”, analyzes the ways folklore and vernacular are portrayed in this story. In “Sweat,” Hurston exhibits her talents for characterization. As she did in a number of her earlier stories such as “Drenched in Light,” she also makes wonderful use of black...

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