Romantic Period in American Literature Romanticism was a large movement in the arts and literature. It originated around the late 18th century. It started in Europe but began going all over the world. Many literary writers, intellectuals, and musical composers helped expand this period. Romanticism is still practiced in today’s world, it’s practiced in our music, books, and art. The Romantic period gave many important literary artists. A very influential writer in the romantic period was Edgar Allan Poe. Poe was a very influential American poet and author, he wrote poetry, fiction, essays, and literary criticism. A lot of people would recognize his work called “The Raven”. Poe is known for writing quite a few gothic stories about murder,
in 1834, without a camera, by placing objects onto paper brushed with light-sensitive silver chloride, which he then exposed to sunlight.
By 1840, Talbot had succeeded in producing photogenic drawings in a camera, with short exposures yielding an invisible or ‘latent’ image that could be developed to produce a usable negative.
was patented as the calotype in 1841
Talbot’s negative-positive process formed the basis of almost all photography on paper up to the digital age. (British Library)
Following World War I, the United States fell into a state of disillusionment. Between 1921 and 1928, Americans throughout the United States were completely distraught with the turnout of the war. Before the war, a substantial percentage of the country believed the United States had “turned the corner” and finally become a stable country. However the aftermath of the war disproved this idea. Once a stable and prosperous country, with heavy influence on its inhabitants, the United States became…
1995-1996 Academic Curator, Project Judaica, Joint academic program between the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and Russian State University for Humanities
OTHER ACADEMIC AFFILIATIONS
2000- Fellow, European Humanities Research Centre, Oxford University
2001- Senior Research Associate, Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies
Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Ph.D. in Jewish Literature, 1998
Gorky Institute of Literature, Moscow, Certificate (MFA equivalent), Yiddish language…
Comparison of Chinese and American Film industry
A Film, also called a movie, is a modern art that combines pictures and voices to entertain people and express certain ethnic or political attitudes and other concerns. Movies have absorbed the characteristics of literature, photography, painting, music, dancing, writing, sculpture, architecture and many other kinds of arts. However, they are not produced through a simple combination, but rather, with a process that includes digestion…
| | |Nationalism = huge force |Japan: parliamentary capitalism |
|Economy |Lots of money flowing in from Silk |Paper money |China: trade with Europeans in Qing |Provide labor for plantations/mines |Modernization of Japan, Taiwan, South |
| |Roads |Credit or “flying money”…
EDlTH WHARTON AT THE CINEMA
In 1921 Edith Wharton sold the film rights to her Pulitzer Prize winning novel, “THE AGE OF
INNOCENCE”, for $15,000. Seventy-two years later, Martin Scorsese has filmed Edith Wharton’s novel
at a reputed cost of $30 million.
In 1920 Edith Wharton was paid $18,000 by the New York monthly “PICTORIAL REVIEW”, a
popular journal of the day, for the rights to publish her next serial. She was at this time an established
literary figure, a writer of travelogues, novels, novellas…
and as a shield by which the employee can protect against unethical advances from those outside the firm.
• Third, may professional and industry associations have developed codes of ethics, such as the Affirmative Ethical Principles of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. In sum, codes of conduct seem to be a growing expression of the business community's sincere concern about ethics. However, the utility of such codes remains unsettled.
2.0- EXPLANATION OF THE…