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When painters paint together....

Nowhere else in the art world is it so unusual for people to work together than in the world of painting. Actors work together, musicians work together. 1,133 more words


The 5 Paragraph Essay

Name: Jacob ****
Date: May 22nd, 2014
The Analysis Essay
Word Count: 1000

With a Trace of Joe

I think for this one I’d pick the most depressing character, which was very hard because they are all pretty pitiful people. 1,017 more words

My Thoughts On Junk

George Bush, the Painter and the Product

Picasso famously said: “It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child.” For Picasso art was a way of life that was to lead to culmination in enlightenment, both of himself and others. 1,189 more words

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Plagiarism and Poetry: Robert Fitterman at the Literaturwerkstatt

Since writing this article, I’ve done some research and found out some more about Robert Fittermann and the book he was introducing: No, Wait. Yep, Definitely Still Hate Myself… 1,578 more words

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Peter and Jane: the threat of the familiar

Just as Schulz and Kuligk (see post here) based their latest book loosely on an idea by Fontane, the English artist Miriam Elia based her latest work “We Go to the Gallery” on the idea of Penguin’s Peter and Jane series (released under Ladybird books). 369 more words

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Home sweet home: the power of the familiar

Recently I went to a reading at not just another bookstore. Tom Schulz and Björn Kuligk were reading from their latest joint work: Wir sind jetzt hier. 419 more words


The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared (Now for something more fun (but still angry))

2nd post yay!

The other day, and by that I mean over a year ago, I went to the local English language bookstore. If you haven’t noticed by now, English is like a first language to me, at least in what refers to the written word. 475 more words

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