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C. How your values have shaped and are shaped by your expression and that of others Question 1: After century, do you think that the statue still symbolizes freedom and the American dream? Question 2: When you’re staring at the statue, what feelings do you have? E. The relationship between the possible intent of the creator and your own interpretation of its meaning F. Question 1: Is my perception of the statue will change when I see it in real life? Question 2: Was the location purposely in New York? Why not Chicago? VII. Speculate on how you would go about answering these questions . For instance, what
sorts of things would you study about these kinds of artifacts and their contexts that might begin addressing these questions? To answer these questions, I would study furthermore about the artifact by researching the origin on how the statue concept became an idea. I would dig detailed information not only the statue itself but also about Bartholdi and the initial meaning behind the world most recognizable icon. I would also review tourist information to identity how many people that travel just to see the statue and read about their opinions. Last of all, I may take a trip to New York to see the statue up close in person. References: About the Statue of Liberty” The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation Inc. “Statue of Liberty: National Monument of New York” National Park Service, June 2018 Sengupta, Shubhajyoti.” The Statue of Liberty Facts -history and information” McNamara, Robert. “How the Statue of Liberty Become a Symbol of Immigration.” Thought.Co, 12 March 2018, “Statue of Liberty.” History, 21 August 2018, - of-liberty

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