Cultural Art Comparisons on Poverty-3117 wrok-ed on; [worked on]-

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date, typed up: 3717

{about photograph to perserve confidentiality; my finger just [ cant can’t to ] click fast enough} the scene of venue-istic danger; a new hypocondr …

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Research Reading on Poverty for The FVP

 

cited source text : Address Unknown Kathrine Kressmann Taylor [right beneath book back]

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arrow to on Reading Diagrams

Unfortunately : the book appears mildly broken

arrow to relative  book check

tags: research for the cited: vhp;

the fvp, obvious; the sophistication of reading comprehension; aptitude accounting

from a quick flip to : p. 77

theme: we must? cure poverty. [acts of social justice and sacrifice cited: lasallian methodology: a no choice of action ]

theme music citation: go deep janet jackson

(1)

 

“You speak of the poverty there. Conditions have been bad here this winter, but

of course we have known nothing of the privations you see in Germany. ”

(2) Art + poverty  ? from p. 115 look at the diagram

{Draw so far a common motif of telegram, and a foreign-language translation.}

the diagram of the short telegram :

“Brother”

|

\/

“Cousin” -> “2” (new, assumed?) “boys”

|

\/

“success” -> “as” the next major -comprehension diagram

term

almost doesn’t

matter

“delayed” -> “difficulties”

|

\/

“plenty”

|

\/

“Picasso”

|

\/

“neglect”

|

\/

“final” -> “discretion”

|

\/

“God” -> “hand”

 

Part Two. It’s a translation, duh!

tag(s):

an

editing eye-i;

the reader’s diagnostic ‘i’

 

More, of : it’s in a completely foreign to me script: but

of course at even the Kg level it’s important

to see what can be seen before the translated

more text is re-looked at:

Cultural Art Comparisons

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(1) The cover is imaged in a way that is also of strong connection to thispresent

as in (the geographic location I am in) culture; but there is

 

a war’s art connection to the cliché patriotism mimcry-in-sync affect to:

[look up spelling, again]

and then of course there’s the cultural clash asserting itself: there is on-this

cover a clear reversal of the connection to crucifix … [spelling, continued]

 

(general)

this

cultural

theme: the tow , two lines meet perhaps from; cited:

the flag of  & cited: jesus crucified on-the [cover]

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cited: the source text this is as described, identified above

 

[more to come?]

 

 

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