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Art in the Natural World

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S: Art and the Natural World

BC: And the nature of reality that was revealed??? ........Well that is up to you to figure out El Fine

FC: Art and the Natural World | By: Michelle, Cassy, Robert, Patrick, Priscilla, Christina and Matthew

1: 1. Who is this dude? 2. Who is he really? 3. A Cathedral vs. A Street p.s don't forget the eclipse p.p.s no I don't mean the book 4. Weeds where woods once were 5. Planes of Motion 6. The Nature of Reality 7. Crossings | Table of Contents

2: From this.... | Born in 1920........ | He lived through: -the Great Depression -WWII -India's separation from Great Britain -

3: To this... | Still alive today; he is now 92 years old. | BUT...!!

4: .......This is the real Ravi.... apparently a guy who plays the sitar isn't a poet.... go figure | This dude wasn't born in 1920... but 1975. He doesn't play the sitar. He wasn't born in India.

5: The real Slim Shady | He grew up in Virginia and is one of the founding editors of The Drunken Boat; an online arts journal.

6: Cathedral To Street; are there any implications in this comparison?

7: Lunar Eclipse or Solar; does this change the meaning of the poem? | Stanza 1

8: Stanza 2 | How can Boundlessness open??? Weeds where woods once were , does that relate to Boundlessness opening? How do planes of motion fit into it

9: How can Boundlessness open??? Weeds where woods once were , does that rela Boundlessness How does planes of motion fit into it all?

10: Stanza 3

11: Shifting Planes and unpredictable skies; is everything shifting around us? | quiescence: a state or dormancy calm or inaction

13: Stanza 4 | What affect does the consonance and slant rhyme in this stanza? | What do you think? Does this poem have a positive or negative connotation? How does it make you feel?

14: Crossings | Crossings: the meeting of ways, the intersection of paths; not the point but the action not the where but the what. | Does this change how you view the poem?

15: The Title

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  • Title: Art in the Natural World
  • Tags: poetry, art, college
  • Published: over 5 years ago