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Mullioned Window Essay Examples

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The True Definition of a Window
The True Definition of a Window The casement or sash, fitted with glass, which closes an opening in the wall of a structure but has access to light and air, is the basic definition of a window. However, it may have a square, round, or pointed head, it may also be single, double, or grouped. In relation to the wall, it ma...
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A Review of Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window
Rear Window Alfred Hitchcock Alfred Hitchcock's film 'Rear Window' was made at Paramount Studios in 1954. With a highly talented cast including James Stewart, Grace Kelly and Raymond Burr, Hitchcock hyped the film with taglines such as "See it, if your nerves can stand it after 'Psycho'..." In-keeping with muc...
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The Use of a 100-Year Logic Window
*Using a 100-year logic window The logic window approach allows the system to determine the century or decade of a given year by comparing the value of the two digit field against an application window. One version of this technique allows for a sliding window, in which one changes the boundaries of the window and the use...
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A History of the Windows NT operating System and Security
Windows NT Operating System Windows NT History. Since it was first released in 1993, Microsoft Windows NT Server has established itself as the network operating system (NOS) of choice for countless organizations of all sizes in private industry and public agencies. They have discovered that Windows NT Server is extremely...
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Parodying the Movie Rear Window in The Simpsons Episode Bart of Darkness
Parody is defined as a literary or musical work in which the style of an author or work is closely imitated for comic effect or in ridicule. The elements of parody are apparent throughout many of the episodes of The Simpsons. The episode that I thought showed the best elements of parody, when contrasted to a movie is the ep...
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An Essay on Voyeurism in Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window and the Post-War Crisis of Masculinity
Voyeurism in Rear Window and the Post-War Crisis of Masculinity Alfred Hitchcocks 1954 production Rear Window is undoubtedly a film that is concerned with voyeurism. It has been argued that it thematises cinematic spectatorship in the sense that it is a movie about watching movies. This is because the central characte...
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An Analysis of James Stewart's Character in the Movie Rear Window
In Rear Window James Stewart plays a photographer for Life Magazine, used to an exciting life of traveling the world to document wars and other catastrophes. He's not traveling as the movie begins though, he's immobilized in his New York City apartment with a broken leg. To keep himself from going stir crazy, he watches his...
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An Analysis of the Themes and Techniques in the Movie "Rear Window" Directed By Alfred Hitchcock
Sequence Analysis Assignment Rear Window, is a classical Hollywood mystery capturing many aspects of human curiosity and society as it was in the twentieth century. Through restricted narration Alfred Hitchcock not only portrayed human curiosity, but also awakened a stream of suspense in the audience. He leaves us quest...
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An Analysis of Plot Development in The Open Window
The story is based around a window, hence the name The Open Window. It all starts with a young girl, named Vera, and a guy named Mr. Nuttel, having a conversation about her aunt who is yet to come onto the scene. The little girl asks the guy if he wants to know why her aunt keeps the one unparticular window open in the midd...
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A Review of Rear Window, a Film by Alfred Hitchcock
In Alfred Hitchcock's film, Rear Window, the audience is confronted with the issues of privacy and loneliness. The movie takes place in New York City in the 1950's. The protagonist is a man named L.B. Jeffries, who is stuck with an injured leg, staring out from his apartment bedroom. Jeffries becomes increasingly suspicious...
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Jing-Mei's Drive to Prove Her Mother, Self and Family Wrong
Rise and Fall of an Inner Prodigy An angry and powerful girl glares back at Jing-Mei in the bathroom mirror (Tan 1066). The girl is her newly discovered prodigy: a force that comes from within that could potentially empower her to unlimited heights of personal growth and success. Unfortunately, Jing-Mei, the daughter in Am...
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An Analysis of Relationship Between Mourners and Death in the Hospital Window by James Dickey
The Hospital Window- The death of a loved one can put unimaginable stress on the loved ones of the deceased. This stress can make one's life chaotic and unpleasant for long periods of time if the mourners do not understand the death. James Dickey, who believes, "poetry is the center of the creative wheel...
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An Analysis of the Movie Rear Window
The opening of "Rear Window" is very traditional, literally a curtain raiser for the film. The genre and narrative strands that are introduced, however, are not quite as clear as we might expect from our prior expectations of a Hitchcock thriller. This essay will examine how the opening introduces the audience to...
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An Analysis of Anne Friedberg's Window Shopping: Cinema and the Postmodern
In ch.2 of Window Shopping: Cinema and the Postmodern (U of California P, 1993), Anne Friedberg discusses the relationship between the city, modernism, film and architecture. How do her ideas of modernity, particularly her terms 'machines of vision' and 'machines of mobility', relate to 1 or 2 sequences in Tati's Mon Oncle...
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Relationships in Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window
"Rear Window" Relationships In 1954 Alfred Hitchcock released "Rear Window," a film about a famous photographer stuck in a wheelchair due to an accident suffered while on the job. This photographer's name is L.B. Jefferies; he spends his days spying on his neighbors out of the rear window of his New Yo...
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An Analysis of the Tracey in a Rose Window of Washington Cathedral, Washington DC
tracery - In architecture, branching, ornamental stonework, generally in a window, where it supports the glass. Tracery is particularly characteristic of Gothic architecture. Example: The tracery in a rose window of Washington Cathedral, Washington, DC. This graphic displays four different photos-- they amount to a zoom in...
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An Analysis of Wilson and Kelling's Article Broken Windows as an Interesting Take on Crime Prevention and the Psychology Surrounding It
Wilson and Kellings article Broken Windows is an interesting take on crime prevention and the psychology surrounding it. There take on crime preventions strays from the idea of police allocation based on crime rate and the use of foot patrol versus the use of squad car patrol. The thesis offered by Wilson and Kelling in the...
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The Concept and Application of the Broken Window Theory
Recent estimates indicate that are millions of American adults, and juveniles who are experiencing compulsive gambling problems. Those numbers are compounded by the loved ones who suffer along with them. If the Broken Window Theory is applied, the effect of gamblings negative side effects start to spill over into the mainst...
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An Analysis of Microsoft Windows 95 in August 1996
----------------------------------------------------------- Microsoft Windows 95 README for Microsoft Windows August 1996 ----------------------------------------------------------- (c) Copyright Microsoft Corporation, 1996 To view Readme.txt on screen in Notepad, maximize the Notepad window...
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An Introduction to the Creative Essay on the Topic of a Room
My room is my favorite place. The floor of my room is a golden brown carpet. A beige rug covers a small portion of the floor next to my bed. In an array of gloss and semi-gloss, shades of off-white cover these four walls. Entire sections are hidden by nearly a dozen posters of comic book characters, girls, or athletes. Alon...
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An Analysis of Alfred Hitchcock's Subtle Use of Color in the Movie Rear Window
Hitchcocks Subtle Use Of Color In Rear Window Many critics claim that at the inception of color filmmaking the connection of the audience, in the film itself deteriorated. It is said that the art of black and white film was lost to technology and Hollywood. However, Alfred Hitchcock is the exception to the rule. In t...
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An Analysis of the Manipulation of Gender Roles in Rear Window
Manipulation of Gender Roles In Rear Window In Alfred Hitchcocks film Rear Window a theme of gender roles is prevalent, more specifically the male understanding of the female, and the female manipulation of this understanding. This relation is most dominant in Jeff and Lisas relationship, where Jeff wants to conform Lisa...
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A Description of the Rear Window Which Works Extremely Well as a Suspense Thriller
Rear Window works extremely well as a suspense thriller and ultimately as a movie because it is purely cinematic. It defines why we go to the movies. We are enraptured and perhaps even trapped in its web of storytelling. The themes and content of this movie are explored in a voyeuristic fashion, both literally and figurativ...
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A Biography and Life Work of Robert Frost, an American Poet
Robert Frost Paper
Robert Forst was perhaps one of the most popular and beloved of twentieth century American poets. In many ways his work is related to nature and his New England surroundings. To Frost, Nature is a source of wisdom as well as a source of joy. He was born in San Fransisco, and moved to massachusetts at age...
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A Literary Analysis of the Poem the Hospital Window
The Hospital Window The death of a loved one can put unimaginable stress on the loved ones of the deceased. This stress can make one's life chaotic and unpleasant for long periods of time if the mourners do not underezd the death. James Dickey, who believes, "poetry is the center of the creative wheel," wr...
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