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  • Donald Trump Visual Analysis

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    the television news, radio, and magazines. Comically, Media’s craze over Donald Trump is portrayed in many illustrations and cartoons to visually see the political disturbances between the media and the republican party. Daryl Cagle, a political cartoonist, argues in his visual address, “ Trump The Media and Republicans”, on the nonstopping attention surrounding Donald Trump and the lack of attention to the urgent needs. Daryl Cagle published this political cartoon on Cagle Post, a website that covers

  • Political Cartoons By Benjamin Franklin

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    Political cartoons are an illustrative technique that political cartoonist use to display a message to the viewers about government, world affairs, and politics. In 1754, publishers of the Pennsylvania Gazette published the first political cartoon illustrated by Benjamin Franklin (West, par. 1). Benjamin Franklin used his first political cartoon, titled Join or Die, to gain support from the colonies for the Crown’s war against the French (West, par. 1). Since the 1700s, illustrators use political

  • The Message Behind The Laugh Essay

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    has a different goal the author is trying to achieve. In today’s age, we turn to expert Mort Gerberg to interpret the definition of cartoons and educate how cartoons are utilized to express opinions using different tones. Gerberg is a professional cartoonist whose work has appeared in publications such as The New Yorker, Playboy, Harvard Business Review, and The Huffington Post (128). He has contributed to 43 books on the topic of cartooning during his career and he wrote, “What Is a Cartoon,” to argue

  • Political And Political Politics Of The Twentieth Century

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    bigger and fighting the French and the Indians, which were their allies. As publisher and printer, Benjamin Franklin drafted several cartoons that persuaded colonists to rebel against England. “Join or Die” appeared alongside Benjamin Franklin’s editorial about the “disunited state” of the colonies and that means to unite or to be attacked by French and Indian allies. Ahead of time, Benjamin Franklin knew that in order to convince the colonists, he first had to convince the public. Straight-forward

  • Joe Sacco's On Satire

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    particular way? The cartoonists are the main social group portrayed in the cartoon “On Satire” by Joe Sacco, which is published in The Guardian. “On Satire” portrays other cartoonists as obnoxious, insensitive cavemen who often cross the line between satire and just outright offensive mockery of the religious beliefs of Muslims. The purpose of the cartoon is to ridicule the black and white way of representation of all Muslims as terrorists. Also he is aiming to get cartoonists to convince governments

  • Paws For Pets And Cartoons

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    animals. I went to a pet hotel and groomer in Iowa called Paws for Pets. I was there helping a dog get a bath. I told the owner my problem. She told me to look up a career in art or cartoons. So I did. I found out about a career called cartoonist. A cartoonist is an artist who create

  • Time For The Very Last Puff

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    Time for the very last puff The Editorial from The Daily messenger, in their opinion piece entitled “Time for the Very Last Puff” responds to the issue of smoking being a “serious, costly, health hazard”. It is clear that The Editorial feel as though smoking is a serious danger to the community and it is up to society to put and end to it. The Editorial approaches the issue with a sarcastic tone, which dismisses the opposing views in a passive aggressive manner. This sways the reader by having them

  • My Homework

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    events that happened around the world during this holiday. 1 .Narrate an experience you have had or heard about which illustrates the saying: “You reap what you sow”. 2. Get a newspaper of your choice, summarize the editorial and criticize the editor’s view. Photocopy the editorial and attach it to your work 3. Using a dictionary, transcribe the words in exercise 4, page 20 of your Oral English textbook: Oral English For Secondary Schools by Nwaka Jones. 4. List 20 terms associated with Communication

  • Critical Analysis Of Richard III

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    Writer’s statement William Shakespeare’s, Richard III explores the idea of power. It’s shown how power corrupts and controls characters throughout the play. There are many comparisons that could be drawn between Richard III as Machiavellian leader as alluded to in the transformative piece. The main reason for this is the extremes that Richard would go to, to assert himself in power. The transformative piece aimed to explore how this influenced Richard’s reception when elected into power. One of

  • A Deeper Look Into Indiana 's Law

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    run through one’s mind as they skim through The Editorial Board of Terre Haute Tribune-Star’s “It’s time to expand Indiana’s civil rights law” editorial piece. This editorial presents many flaws that can be spotted with one read through. The opinion piece is written with good intentions; however, The Board commits quite a few errors in the delivery. Inconsistencies and appeals to an already sympathetic audience make it difficult for this editorial to convince any skeptics to switch sides on the issues