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in which it was created have impacted each other? For instance, does the artifact add to the understanding of the culture from which it was created? What contributions does it make to continuing on a dialogue about that culture and the importance of its artifacts?
States, it was originally representing as a token of the friendship between two countries and a sign of their mutual desire for liberty. I do not believe that Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi considered for the statue to represent immigration but think he intended for it to mean freedom. Over a decade, the statue has become much more, especially when Emma Lazarus wrote the poem in 1883 “The New Colossus” it changed the intended meaning of the statue. Her famous poem represents the status as “Mother of Exiles” as a symbol of immigration and opportunity. Immigrants see it as a welcoming symbol of freedom, democracy and hope for a better life. VI. Questions: Pose questions you have after thinking deeply about this artifact. What more do you want to know regarding: A. The relationship between human culture and expression B. Question 1: Does the statue have still the same meaning to immigrants as it has in the past? Question 2: What was the motivation of Bartholdi designing the statue? C. Your personal assumptions about artifacts of this sort and why they exist D. Question 1: Do Americans have the same interpretation of the statue as immigrants? Question 2: Does other culture have the same expression with sculptures and statues?

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