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Unformatted text preview: Schweizer 1 Matthew Schweizer English 105-OL Prof. Jacobs Essay 1: Dempsey through the Ropes The drawing observed containing multiple aspects that are interesting to analyze. The black and white colors add depth to the drawing. The foreground to compare contains the pure strength of the fighter knocking out the exhausted fragile fighter. As he falls beneath the ring into the crowd contrasts the champion ambiance of the fighter above. The crowd in the foreground looks as if they are shaken, stunned, and outraged with the upshot of the fight. Another aspect to the drawing is the victorious fighter that stands in the background above the weak and unpleased crowd. The posture of the fighter in the background shows that he has prevailed and overcome a key victory. The facial expressions are that of rejoice and satisfaction. The triumphant fighter atop looks beneath as his former opponent is thrown to the ground. The spectators surrounding the ring stare at the victor as if they are reluctant to congratulate the fighter for the...
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2011 for the course ACCOUTNING 211 taught by Professor Jobs during the Spring '11 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.
- Spring '11