The Lower Depths

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  • Donzoko High Socioeconomic Perspective

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    closely associated with low socioeconomic statuses making the desire to escape it very scarce. In Donzoko, by Akira Kurosawa and The Lower Depths, by Maxim Gorky, characters are presented with low socioeconomic statuses. The absurdity and cruelness of having a low socioeconomic status is displayed as well as the characters’ persistent fight to escape it. The Lower Depths, by Maxim Gorky and the cinematic adaptation, Donzoko, by Akira Kurosawa portray the inescapable oppressed socioeconomic status of

  • Response Paper: The Lower Depth

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    Response Paper -- The Lower Depth Zhijun QI The Lower Depth by Maxim Gorky portrays a lodging house, hideous and foul, where gather the social derelicts -- the thief, the gambler, the ex-artist, the ex-aristocrat, the prostitute. All of them had at one time an ambition, a goal, but because of their lack of will and the injustice and cruelty of the world, they were forced into the depths and cast back whenever they attempted to rise. They are the superfluous ones, dehumanized and brutalized.

  • The Depth Of The River Affect Its Overall Ph From Mid July 2015-

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    Question: Does the depth of the river affect its overall pH from mid december 2015- to early january 2016? Knowledge Probe: According, pH is a measure of the hydrogen ion concentration of a solution. Solutions with a high concentration of hydrogen ions have a low pH and solutions with a low concentrations of H+ ions have a high pH. A pH of 7 is the most neutral you can get and 0 being the most acidic and 14 being the most basic. each level is 10 times more basic/

  • GCSE Geography Coursework: Water Of Leith

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    typical river. This is done by measuring 20 sites in 3 river courses, the upper course, the middle course, and the lower course, we then compare these results to the Bradshaw Model and see if the River Leith has the typical properties of a river. We include our analyzing data of How the River Leith Changes downstream? And How the River Leith differs between its upper, middle, and lower course. Background The River Leith runs through Edinburgh to Leith’s port. The river also runs through several hills

  • Analysis Of Woman Holding A Balance

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    Exploring Depth with Vermeer “Woman Holding a Balance” is a Northern European piece of art painted by Johannes Vermeer between the dates of 1662 and1665. This painting was created out of oils. This fascinating piece of art uses light and color to depict its depth and space. “Woman Holding a Balance” has so much to interpret as far as depth and space through the form and structure of the artwork. This piece of art is formed from blue, gray, white, and yellow colors giving it a harmonious act to

  • Estimation of Reshaped Profile in Berm Breakwaters Using Experimental Data

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    In the area of prediction of the reshaped profile of slopes, Popov (1960) [13] investigated the stable slopes in coastal area by means of physical modeling. The stability of reshaped profile in rubble mound breakwaters with rock or concrete cube armors was studied by Priest et al. (1964) [14]. Van der Meer (1992) released the first version of his computer software, named "BREAKWAT [15]", in order to predict the reshaped profile in berm breakwaters. According to the studies performed by Lykke Anderson

  • Essay about Van Gogh's Painting Bedroom at Arles

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    really gives depth and character to the piece. The first line that caught my eye was the line outlining the bottom of the bed. The strong stroke really gives you a sense of distance between the bottom of the frame and the floor. Had it been a thin line like those to depict the floorboards, it would look like the bed was sitting directly on the floor. His use of brush strokes and the thickness of them vary immensely in the painting to create depth. The strong strokes of

  • Graph's Effect On Water Temperature

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    below sea level remained colder than that at a 50-meter deepth. The water temperature at 200 meters below sea level remained ≈10±2 °C lower than that of the other two depth temperatures. From August 1 to August 15, the temperatures at 50, 100, and 200-meter depths remained mostly constant with no more than ≈1°C variations. A second consistency between the three depths was that all three graphs have positive slopes, from September 12 to September 26, which became negative from September 26 to October

  • The Ecology Of The Cookie Cutter Shark

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    change in the ocean depth. There are three distinctive zones that can be classified along the depth which is the Epipelagic which extends from the sea surface to a depth of 200 meters, the mesopelagic which extends from a depth of 200 meters to a depth of a 1000 meters and then the Deep sea which extends from a depth of a 1000 meters to the sea floor (Castro & Huber, 2010). The Deep sea can then be divided into a further three zones (Figure 01) Bathypelagic which extends from a depth of a 1000 meters

  • The Results Of The Regression Test Comparing Dissolved Carbon Dioxide In Parts Per Million With Salinity?

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    Discussion The results of the regression test comparing dissolved carbon dioxide in parts per million with salinity in parts per thousand at depth show that there is a correlation between the data as they have a p value less than 0.01 (Figure 8). Comparatively, the results of the regression test comparing dissolved carbon dioxide in parts per million with salinity in parts per thousand at the surface show that there is a correlation between the data as they have a p value less than 0.01 (Table 9)