The Death Of The Moth
Evening Over Sussex: Reflections in a Motor Car
Old Mrs. Grey
Street Haunting: A London Adventure
"Twelfth Night" at the Old Vic
Madame de Sévigné
The Humane Art
Two Antiquaries: Walpole and Cole
The Rev. William Cole: A Letter
The Historian and "The Gibbon"
Reflections at Sheffield Place
The Man at the Gate
"Not One Of Us"
1. Within the Rim
2. The Old Order
3. The Letters of Henry James
The Novels of E. M. Forster
The Art of Biography
A Letter to a Young Poet
Professions for Women
Thoughts on Peace in an Air Raid
The ball is in your court—a penny for your thoughts, but say it, don’t spray it. So long as you don’t bite off more than you can chew, beat around the bush, or cut corners, writing this essay should be a piece of cake. Create your own idiom, and tell us its origin—you know, the whole nine yards. PS: A picture is worth a thousand words.
—Inspired by April Bell, Class of 2017, and Maya Shaked, Class of 2018 (It takes two to tango.)
"They (the LA Times) have fired someone for doing a professional job in trying to come up with a better picture, the same way that any of their journalists polish a text so that it reads better and is succinct. (why should a photographer be deprived of doing exactly the same that other professionals are doing on a daily basis as long as the information is not distorted?). The only explanation I can find is that by accusing the photographer and attempting to portray themselves as publishing 'unmanipulated' news, they are seeking to conceal the factual reality of their biased and one-sided presentation of the overall news. That seems to be the more important issue at hand."
UChicago professor W. J. T. Mitchell entitled his 2005 book What Do Pictures Want? Describe a picture, and explore what it wants.
–Inspired by Anna Andel
Farrah Fawcett: A Life in Pictures - Photo Essays - TIME
Analysis essays are known to be one of the most difficult to write. Indeed, a writer should not only present facts but also be able to explain and analyze them. Analysis essays can evaluate both student’s knowledge on selected issues and their ability to express own thoughts and analyze topics. For this reason analysis essays are so much popular, especially in colleges and universities. As a rule, students do not like analysis essays and they have their reasons to dislike them. Although, these essays types have a traditional outline and structure, there are very many requirements as to contents and writing style. Review information provided below and learn how to write an analysis essay.
How to Write an Essay (with Pictures) - wikiHow
This month's Photojournalism Links collection highlights 10 excellent photo essays from across the world spanning five continents, including 's powerful work shot in the Ebola-ridden Sierra Leone. His two sets of photographs, featured below, were made on assignment for National Geographic, and are the first two in a four-part series examining the epidemic in West Africa. Muller's pictures document the battle fought by medical workers, body collectors, and burial teams to bring the crisis ravaging Freetown and the country, under control. The story and images from the city's King Tom cemetery are particularly harrowing; in just a few months, it has been expanded to three times its former size and the large number of fresh burial mounds make it look more like a construction site than a typical graveyard.
Photography - News Photo Essays & The Week in Pictures | MSNBC
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