Cox_Essay1 - [Type text Jeffrey Cox English 111 Writing Anyliticaly The picture"King and Queen Senior Citizens taken by Diane Arbus is a very

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[Type text] Jeffrey Cox English 111 Writing Anyliticaly The picture "King and Queen: Senior Citizens" taken by Diane Arbus is a very interesting picture. The picture is taken in black and white of an elderly looking couple sitting in two chairs dressed in royalty attire. The background of the picture is a blank grey wall and a black floor. The man and woman take up the majority of the picture, the man is sitting to the right of the woman and they look to be three or four feet apart from one another. Both the man and woman have very plain expressions on their faces, and are not showing any emotion at all. The man looks to be very old and is wearing a plaid patterned coat, black paints and glasses. Over the coat is draped a cloak that is tied around his neck. The cloak is dark with a white lining, and is very long, flowing all the way down to the floor. A very shiny wand is held in the right hand of the man and a few books with a ribbon are rested against is other hand and leg. The woman who is on the left side of the picture is dressed in a cheetah
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This note was uploaded on 07/28/2009 for the course MUS 187 taught by Professor M during the Summer '09 term at Anne Arundel CC.

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Cox_Essay1 - [Type text Jeffrey Cox English 111 Writing Anyliticaly The picture"King and Queen Senior Citizens taken by Diane Arbus is a very

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