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    3. Results The investigated minerals show Raman bands between 375 and 50 cm-1 (Figs. 1-4, Table 1), where the cut-off value of the employed Raman notch and edge filters determine the low-energy limit. The Raman bands in the boulangerite spectra occur in the vibrational region between 375 and 50 cm–1 (Fig. 1, Table 1), with no additional bands in higher or lower wavenumber regions. Boulangerite spectra are characterized by a very strong band at 335 cm–1 and reveal thirteen strong, medium, weak to

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    The Genius of M.C. Escher Mathematics is the central ingredient in many artworks. While notions of infinity and parallel lines brought “perspective” to the artistic realm in creating realistic representations of depth and dimension, mathematics has influenced art in a more definite way – by actually becoming art. The introduction of fractal geometry and tessellations as creative works spawned the creation of new and innovative genres of art, which can be exemplified through the works of M

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    at the end of the 15th century. The early wall papers seemed be designed with an isolated and scattered vision of art (Hoskins, 1994). Sudgen stated that in England John Tate is known as the first person to make wallpaper (1926). London had one the highest production of wallpaper but do to the great fire; many of the materials were perished by the fire (Sudgen,1926). Hoskins also mentions that some of the most popular wall coverings were tapestries,mural paintings, gilt leather, wainscot and

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    Advantages of wallpaper at Easy Wall Prints-  We own a plethora of over 1800+ embellishing wallpaper designs. You have the treat to choose from myriad wallpaper patterns, designs and colors  Customized designs and size options to fit into any taste and space  Our Wallpaper can last up to 15 years or more which make them a cost-effective and durable choice in the long run  With a higher tactile quotient along with a multitude of texture and designs to pick from, wallpaper gives you best of

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    Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper” is a story about a 19th century women who suffers from mental depression in which her husband, a supposed doctor, forces her to refrain from all stimulating activity. This depression is caused after the birth of her child, now known as postpartum depression. While it is now known what causes this illness, the people of the 19th century did not. This lack of knowledge led to an isolation or rest cure applied by her husband who simply locks her in a

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    nineteenth century. The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman is a story about a woman who goes deranged because of the restraints placed on her. It is written in the perspective of a feminist. The Yellow Wallpaper includes the four aspects of feminist theory; stereotyping, oppression, discrimination and objectification. The four aspects of feminist theory involve stereotyping, oppression, discrimination, and objectification. A stereotype is a generalization about a group of people. Although stereotypes

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    In the story, “The Yellow Wallpaper,” Charlotte Perkins Gilman wanted to show how women were seen as helpless and must never do anything and obey what the man says. This demotion of women to men and the dehumanizing behaviors toward women is told by the narrator through her experience. Early on in Gilman's story the narrator mourns the inability to do what she wants and has to feel dependent on her husband. Her husband “respects” and “understands” her condition. Her condition has many factors

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    with feminist groups to fight for gender equality (Davis, Cynthia). Gilman uses personal experiences to influence her written and political work. Feminist criticism understands and exploits the “social forces that have historically kept the sexes from achieving total equality” (criticism). In the late 1800s, society expects men and women to behave certain ways based on the stereotypes created by society. Gilman challenges these stereotypes of gender-specific roles in “The Yellow Wallpaper”. Through her

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    The Uncanny

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    Psychological based fiction is a highly critiqued field, and is considered difficult to write at an accurate level and is often left to a select group of writers and works. Among the selected few is Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s the short story “The Yellow Wallpaper”, a piece widely praised for its physiological narrative. Shortly after its publication Freud published a paper entitled “The Uncanny” breaking down common aspects of a psychological themed works into easy to digest pieces and explanations

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    Charolottes Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper” almost having been published for half a century, which Susan S. Lanser believes established the short story as an American feminist classic. Throughout Lanser’s reading of Gilman’s celebrated short story, her comprehension of the meaning has not changed, but only deepened as well as reading many American feminist critics take on it. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, with readings such as “The Yellow Wallpaper” resurfacing amongst all the history this

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