This exercise asks that the student read and reflect upon Liz Jobey’s essay on Diane Arbus in Singular Images: Essays on Remarkable Photographs by Sophie Howarth. 913 more words
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"Only kings, presidents, editors, and people with tapeworms have the right to use the editorial 'we'"*...
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The photos look just like the most famous FSA images of Depression-era America. Laborers with weathered faces stare into the distance, sharecropping families stand on splintered porches and rag-clad children play in the dust.
In order to make sense of semiotics, before I undertook the recommended research, I am creating a mind map of the language of semiotics. I used several sources to try to get a visual image of how the terminology could be expressed in my mind map (1 – 4). 1,494 more words