Research Paper On The Human Eye

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  • Physiology and Anatomy of the Human Eye

    In five pages the human eye is the focus of this review on its structure, components, function, and how it communicates to the brain about the information it receives. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Black Literature and Its Portrayals of Sexual Molestation, Domestic Violence

    This research paper/essay pertains to the subject of sexual molestation and domestic violence in black literature. The writer discusses the work of Harriet Jacobs, Richard Wright's "Long Black Song," Toni Morrison's "Bluest Eye" and Zora Neale Hurston's "Their Eyes Were Watching God." Fifteen pages in length, eight sources are cited.

  • "One need not be a chamber to be haunted"/Emily Dickinson

    This paper pertains to Emily Dickinson's poem "One need not be a chamber to be haunted." Dickinson presents the multilayered nature of the human mind as the most frightening challenge that human beings must confront. Three pages in length, one source is cited.

  • Eyes in Film

    A 4 page essay that discusses eyes and vision in three films, Being John Malkovich (1999, directed by Spike Jonze), Vertigo (1958, directed by Alfred Hitchcock), and Rear Window (1954, also directed by Hitchcock). In these films, the camera position is frequently crucial, as vision, that is, what the character sees, is an integral part of the film's premise. Therefore, the camera angle is expertly used so that it enhances this thematic perspective. Additionally, in all three films, there is an emphasis on eyes, close-ups of eyes that naturally lead to an association with the audience between eyes, vision and the camera as a means of seeing what the character sees. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

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