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Initial Post Instructions

For the initial post, select and address

one

of the following options:

Option 1:

Choose a work to discuss from one genre that interprets a work from another genre.

Include the title, artist, and description of both works.

Examine how the artist of the second work captured the subject or story of the first.

Support your point(s) with a statement from the second artist that discusses the influence, reasoning, or interpretation of the original work on the second work.

Option 2:

Choose a work that is interdisciplinary (incorporates two or more disciplines), such as

Hamilton

from our lesson this week.

Include the title and artist(s).

Examine the genres that are intermingled to create the work.

How effective is the blending of genres in the work?

Why do you think the artist used different disciplines in the work?

Support your point(s) with a statement from the artist and one from a critic.

Option 3:

Choose a work of art from any genre that depicts or tells the story of a real life event from any time period, such as

The Consecration of the Emperor Napoleon and the Coronation of Empress Joséphine on December 2, 1804

by Jacques Louis David.

Include the title and the artist and some background of the event.

What is the relationship between the work of art and the event?

Did the artist depict the event accurately?

Does the artist make changes regarding the event? If so, why do you think the artist made these changes?

Examine the artist’s message in the depiction.

Support your point(s) with a statement from the artist.

Follow-Up Post Instructions

Respond to at least one peer. Further the dialogue by providing more information and clarification.

Writing Requirements

Minimum of 2 posts (1 initial & 1 follow-up)

Minimum of 2 sources cited (assigned readings/online lessons and an outside source)

APA format for in-text citations and list of references

I will also need one reply to two classmates please, I am attaching their responses:

Rafika: Hi everyone,

Option 2:

Choose a work that is interdisciplinary (incorporates two or more disciplines), such as

Hamilton

from our lesson this week.

Include the title and artist(s).

Examine the genres that are intermingled to create the work.

How effective is the blending of genres in the work?

Why do you think the artist used different disciplines in the work?

Support your point(s) with a statement from the artist and one from a critic.

Literature is a serial art, much like music, dance, film, and theatre are. We need to be aware of the present moment, recall the past, and look forward to the future in order to perceive it. With a short lyric poetry, we are in the presence of something comparable to a painting: It appears to be all there in front of us at once, making this less clear. But each sentence, line, or stanza is composed one word at a time. Short lines get near, but there is no way to experience a literary work entirely at once, as we do occasionally with a picture (Martin & Jacobus, 2018).

William Cullen Bryant’s “Thanatopsis,” which is Greek for “look on death,” has an impact on Asher B. Durand. The scenario succinctly illustrates how the sonnet emphasizes the enduring nature of the soil, creation, and man’s inversion into the earth, in its mud. The picture depicts a scene with a funeral, rancher work, and the remains of an old man (Poets, 2022). It also clearly illustrates how nature is unchanging, with trees standing tall and green and sunlight illuminating everything with its soothing beauty. The sonnet aims to allay people’s fear of death by showing them that life on earth should be enjoyed and that death is only another kind of life, not something to be feared. After losing a portion of their identity, everyone will resemble the soil and rocks, which the rancher would then exploit to produce his animal-supporting crops. As death has traditionally been seen as a return to nature and another stage of life, the artist thereby removes the negative connotations associated with it. By including a rancher working, a burial ceremony nearby, and a rhythm of life, the painter imagines a similar way of thinking in his scenario. Just the structure might alter, but nature remains the same as before as if there were no takeoff from the earth. Earth provides a calming landscape of hope and inspiration in addition to that, with vegetation and daylight all around. The majority of Durand’s attempt to capture the sonnet’s way of thinking is transparent, and it is completed in a single case.

Bryant crafts imagery that links sleep and death throughout the poem. In reality, the reader realizes that Bryant employs these words essentially interchangeably after they are halfway through the poem. “All that tread the world are just a handful to the nations that slumber in its bosom,” he writes in the second stanza. He uses the word “slumber” rather than the phrase “death.” There are numerous areas where these links extend (whitework, 2022).

charity:

Option 1:

Choose a work to discuss from one genre that interprets a work from another genre.

Professor and Class,

Many many works of Literature have inspired movies. Some examples of Literature being adapted into films include Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Orson Welles’ War of the Worlds, and Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Sometimes the adaptations from books to films can be disappointing but one of my absolute favorite book-to-film adaptations is Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Peter Jackson, inspired by his love of J.R.R. Tolkien’s books, directed movies that give us a glimpse into the same story, just in a different medium. In our book this week we read that when one work of art inspires another work of art, the latter is an interpretation (Jacobus & Martin, 2022).

Include the title, artist, and description of both works.

The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King, written by J.R.R. Tolkien, is a three-part book about good and evil in a mythical world called Middle-Earth. Within the books, J.R.R. Tolkien uses poetry, music, and creative language to bring the reader into the lives of the characters and the world of Middle-Earth.

The movies, sharing the same titles, are a trilogy directed by Peter Jackson. The films are based on the books and tell the same story.

Examine how the artist of the second work captured the subject or story of the first.

The second work, being the movie trilogy, follows the same characters of the books as they fight against evil in what seems like hopeless situations. The films were almost entirely shot in New Zealand. The unique landscapes of New Zealand brought to life the forests, plains, and mountains that are described in J.R.R. Tolkien’s books.

Many of the unique characters that J.R.R. Tolkien developed were included in the movies (the Dwarfs, Hobbits, Elves, and Orcs). And some of the original languages that J.R.R. Tolkien crafted as well as the music that he wrote, were included in the movie series.

A great quote from Peter Jackson is included below:

“You shouldn’t think of these movies as being ‘The Lord of the Rings.’ The Lord of the Rings is, and always will be, a wonderful book – one of the greatest ever written. Any films will only ever be an INTERPRETATION of the book. In this case my interpretation.”

—

Peter Jackson

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Peter Jackson took his love of these amazing books and brought them to life in film. I am thankful that I can enjoy both the books and the film versions.

  
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