This handsome volume reveals that his early influences were Japanese water-colourists and Turner, by whom he was 'smitten to distraction'; his own apprentice work
, however, bears more resemblance to the classic Victorian style.
The story is a simple one and reads like apprentice work
in places, but Riddell's expressive and coloufful pictures bring the text to life for a new generation of young readers.
Dix discusses Akenside's apprentice work
as well as the themes and theories of his major poems.
More than mere "apprentice work
," Wilfred Samuels sees Zora Neale Hurston's short stories as the locus of beliefs and themes that would become central to her later work.
Indeed, in the wake of last season's belated and immensely successful New York City premiere of Williams's 1938 apprentice work
, Not About Nightingales, the American theater's fascination with its great gay poet-playwright seems only to grow stronger.
These squibs served as apprentice work
for his "Sharps and Flats" column in the Chicago Morning News (renamed the Record in 1890).
as a photographer's assistant in Utica and Boston (1871-74) and a subsequent career in journalism (1875-98) nurtured the observation and reportorial skills that distinguish his realist fiction.
The novel is a disjointed romance, adventure story, and travelogue, Melville 's apprentice work
before writing the more successful Omoo.
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placements for local training provider Nordic Pioneer | Assisted three residents to access business support, which has led to them becoming self-employed Tristar, which is part of the Vela Group, also has an additional innovative scheme, The Academy, which has offered nine customers and local residents the opportunity to work part-time in Tristar's Customer Service Centre on a voluntary basis enabling them to gain practical experience.
A number of the essays bear the traits of apprentice work
, belaboring small, obvious, or well-known points or omitting important secondary studies or editions.
Busby traces Ellison's development from a doctrinaire "protest" writer intent on using literature as a form of propaganda to a mature artist writing stories like "Flying Home" and "King of the Bingo Game." Showing both remarkable continuity and development in Ellison's early stories, Busby argues convincingly that Ellison's apprentice work
allowed him to "test his limits as a writer" and gave him "themes, images, and techniques" (38) which he would later use so masterfully in Invisible Man.
Becoming an apprentice worked
for Katie, 21, of Cumbernauld.