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  • Analysis Of Dana Schutz's 'Open Casket'

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    The painting “Open Casket” by the artist, Dana Schutz, portrays the hurt and pain that Emmett Till went through that caused his distorted face, which eventually lead to his gruesome death. On August 28, 1955, America was forever changed after Till was brutally murdered while he was in Mississippi on vacation visiting his uncle. Since, he was from Chicago, he did know the social code that southerners lived by when it came to racial tensions between whites and blacks. A simple whistle sound that he

  • Essay

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    bring the puppy home and post signs in the area to see if anyone claimed the it. If no one claimed it she would take it to the local animal shelter where it could be adopted. However, this will take a few days to complete and she didn’t know how Dana would feel about it. Coming over the hill she was surprised to see the pup still sitting in the middle of the road. She couldn’t believe no one picked it up by now. She slowed the car down and came to a stop next to

  • Dana Schutz

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    abstract, painted with energetic brush strokes, it has some kind of silence to it. Dana Schutz did not use her usual tropical color palette to paint this painting. The artist used yellow, brown and white tones mixed with black and red. Image is showing Emmett’s head and a torso quite zoomed in. However, the angle is different from a photograph, in a painting Emmett is positioned horizontal to a viewer. Emmett is wearing a black tuxedo with a white shirt. The tuxedo is painted carefully, with clean

  • Dana And Gandy

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    Dana and Gandy (2002) studied the technical and social concerns associated with using data mining techniques to create customer profiles that may exclude classes of consumers from the marketplace. Dana and Gandy’s (2002) study differ from Scott (2014) and Bond and Foss (2005) because it takes into consideration the specific use of data mining techniques employed by companies such neural networks, decision trees, market basket analysis, and clustering. The solution Dana and Gandy (2002) propose is

  • Dana Gioia

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    Dana Gioia argues in this analytical essay that Robert Frost was a narrative poet who left a modernist narrative legacy by writing ballads, linear narratives, dramatic monologues, and dramatic narratives. She provides a thorough description of Frost’s book North of Boston, and she describes the effects the book has had on the way poetry is now written. Gioia states that Frost’s ballads represent the weakest body of his poetic work. She also considers the language in Frost’s linear narratives as “modern

  • Dana Gioias Analysis

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    Dana Gioias argument to persuade his audience that the decline of reading in America will have a negative effect on society is written so that the audience will be persuaded to agree with him. He uses Logos, Pathos, and Ethos throughout his article to persuade the readers. The most used method of persuasion comes from Dana’s use of Logos. Throughout the article Dana uses logic to persuade the readers reason and by using credible sources to show his reason behind his argument. Dana cites the National

  • Harmless By Dana Reinhardt

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    Harmless “This is what I know about the truth: the farther you get away from it, or it gets away from you, the harder it is to tell (Reinhardt 1).” Every high school student should be able to relate to this quote from fifteen year old Emma. Harmless by Dana Reinhardt is about three best friends who may have experienced a little bit more excitement than they were expecting during their first year at Orsonville Day School, fondly known as ODS. This realistic fiction book is full of crazy adventures, relatable

  • Dana Holding Case

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    Dana Now Offers Downspeeding Techs for SmartAdvantage™ Powertrain Dana Holding Corp. has reached yet another milestone with its recent announcement of the availability of axle ratios compatible with all the seven configurations of the newly enhanced SmartAdvantage™ powertrain, a joint partnership between Cummins and Eaton. Included in these configurations are the original small-step overdrive transmission and a new direct-drive option that delivers superior fuel economy in less-than-truckload and

  • Financial Performance : Ritz Carlton Laguna Niguel Earnings Before Interest, Tax, Depreciation, And Amortization

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    Financial Performance According to Strategic Hotels and Resorts, The Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization were equal to $29.8 million dollar in 2014. The properties earning had grown 27.6% from the previous year. Its average daily room rate came out to be $420.85 in 2014 with 69.3% occupancy equalling $291.82 revenue per available room. The properties revenue grew 9.4% from the previous year. Competitive Advantages & Shortcomings The Ritz-Carlton

  • Science Fiction : The Twilight Zone

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    Science fiction has had many notable cult television shows. Two of the most influential and popular shows were the timely Twilight Zone (1959-1964) and the cult favorite The X-Files (1994-2002). Both have been staples in popular culture by reflecting on social structure and politics through the use of science fiction. (Booker). By comparing the two shows, I will showcase how science fiction became the most influential genre in television history. Science fiction was a genre not very popularized

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