Category Archives: ENG1101

Summary: Camera Lucida by Roland Barthes

In the passage”Camera Lucida” Roland Barthes shows a sign of the true mentioning behind photography. Barthes shows images that are from the Koen Wessing, Nicaragua in 1979. There are many ways to show photographs that express the subject however, there … Continue reading

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Summary: A Literary Visitor Strolls in From the Airport

In “A Literary Visitor Strolls in From the Airport” Charles Mcgrath states peoples way of viewing and exploring the areas. Each area offers different viewpoints that can be spotted from the areas. The areas that are unknown towards areas that … Continue reading

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Summary: The Boston Photographs

In the passage “The Boston Photograph” Nora Ephron describes the use of viewing a situation, how an image can affect many people’s view neither a positive or negative effect. During an accident photographs were captured and each photos had an … Continue reading

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Summary: Ways of Seeing by John Berger

In the passage “Ways of Seeing” John Berger describes the the way of viewing the outside world and viewing into a deeper meaning.However, John Berger try to force on how our perspectives¬†have changed from before and now; how it will … Continue reading

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Adversary

Adversary– noun an enemy or opponent http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/adversary The word was found on December 7, 2014 on the online newspaper of the New York Times¬†http://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/07/world/middleeast/hostage-luke-somers-is-killed-in-yemen-during-rescue-attempt-american-official-says.html?ref=todayspaper. The word was found on the middle of the article “America‚Äôs Special Operations forces have played … Continue reading

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Pedestrian

Pedestrian– adjective not interesting or unusual relating to or designed for people who are walking http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/pedestrian The word was found on December 4, 2014 on the online New York Times. The word is located on the middle of the newspaper … Continue reading

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Prioritize

Prioritize-Verb to organize (things) so that the most important thing is done or dealt with first to make (something) the most important thing in a group http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/prioritize The word was found in the online newspaper on the New York Times … Continue reading

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Ignominious

Ignominious– adjective causing disgrace or shame http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/ignominious The word was found on December 4,2014 while reading an online newspaper in the ¬†http://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/03/nyregion/the-4-billion-train-station-at-the-world-trade-center.html?_r=0¬†The¬†word is found in the second paragraph at the beginning of the article “Its colossal avian presence may yet … Continue reading

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Sinuously

Sinuously–¬†adverb Definition:having many twists and turns moving and bending in a smooth and attractive way of a serpentine or wavy form marked by strong lithe movements http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sinuous The word was found in the New York Times Online Newspaper on Tuesday¬†December¬†2,2014. … Continue reading

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Summary: A Picture of Language: The Fading Art of Diagramming Sentences

In the passage the Fading Art of Diagramming Sentences, Juana Summers states a situation presented a forgotten method. There use to be a method before that is not know to many people and other peoples just forgot. The use of … Continue reading

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