What Am I Talking About When I Am Talking About Art

by yz0808

Original ONGOING Historical

This is my project for school work:) It included my own thoughts about art history, artists and of course art pieces. The project is aiming to shorten the distance between art and people and make it more approachable. 

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really well done! It is such a interesting book, I especially like how youo attract the reader at the beginning of the book! Hope you couldcontinue writing even thouogh your project is completed! I especially like this part: 

rom my perspective, "In the Penal Colony" satirizes the fairness of the trial system. First of all, the only person who is qualified to put "the condemned" on trial was the officer, and the trial was so ridiculous that the condemned did not even know what crime he committed. Though the commandments that are written on prisoners' bodies are different, the punishment is always the death penalty.

 

This stereotyped trial process is not reasonable, fair, nor humane. However, the citizens of the colony used to be extremely eager to watch the execution, which proves their ignorance. Therefore, the power to judge is entirely in the leaders' hands, for instance, the commandant and the officer, forming a dictatorship.

 

The old commandant established the execution system to maintain and stabilize dictatorial domination. Nevertheless, the new commandant tries to disintegrate the apparatus, symbolizing the old rule, to initiate his own - a new system that may also be dictatorial, since the soldiers and the condemned are trying to flee the colony at the end of the novel.