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Subject: Art
Author: Chris FitzGerald
Date: July 1, 2009
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The people are scattered around the picture with a real sense of disorder, which represented the confusion; "reflecting the actual confusion that preceded and followed the bursting of the South Sea Bubble." (Dabydeen 1987: 21) The progress of the well dressed people towards the ride in the middle shows how foolish some people could be, which is not entirely their own fault...
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The series depicts the life story of a woman from the countryside who goes to the city in search of work, but eventually turns to prostitution, is arrested and dies. Hogarth uses ordinary people as the characters in his paintings, rather than use stories from myths or legends...
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Hogarth   confusion and plato   Differentiation Between Human And Machine - Confusion Caused By Media’S Mediated Experience.   ?°Mid-Term Break?±: Confusion and the Atmosphere   Reflecting on the Dead   The Real Picture   Severe Confusion in the cultural revolution   Confusion in Modern society   Scattered Hegemonies   The "Confusion Ethics" of Raise the Red Lantern   Newton's Reflecting Telescope   Affirmative Action: Solution Or Confusion?   My Confusion About Western Media(Some) And The Beijing Olympics   Reflecting On The Spotted Owl   The guardians of the world order have sought to establish democracy in one sense of the term, while blocking it in a different sense' (Chomsky). Discuss.  
 
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