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Compare Shakespeare’s Sonnet 130 and Spencer’s Ye Tradefull Merchants

  Tradefull Merchants is actually Sonnet XV in Spenser‘s Amoretti and is the base for Shakespeare‘s Sonnet 130. Both poets declare love for their mistresses, however there‘s a difference: Spenser‘s sonnet represents the conventional approach of glorifying the woman he loves, describing her as extremely beautiful and so on; Shakespeare takes the opposite approach: In Sonnet 130, he uses anti-hyperbolical ...

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Discuss Shakespeare’s sonnet sequence?

In 1608 he published his Sonnets. Central themes: love, poetry and time – love outlasts time, poetry outlasts both. With these sonnets, he examines feminine and masculine relationships as a kind of a spiritual testament to what happened in his private life. He wasn’t too autobiographical in them, though. 154 Sonnets: o 1-17: written to a young man, urging him ...

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Briefly discuss the works of Edmund Spenser?

He was a poet in the Elizabethan period, considered the best after Shakespeare. He modeled his verse on Geoffrey Chaucer – tried to imitate his language and continue the past, not break from it. The works: – The Shepherd’s Calendar: o 12 monthly eclogues, which contain pastoral dialogues, monologues and allegories o Stock characters take place in the work; the ...

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Output Devices -Types of Output Devices

Types of Output Devices 1. Monitor 2. Sound System 3. PC Projector (Data Show) 4. Printer Monitor  It is the most common output device.  Shape of monitor is just like a T.V set.  Function of monitor is to display output on its screen.  Any picture is made up of small dots called Pixels.  Two technologies ...

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Input Devices -Types of Input Devices

INPUT Devices Accept data / instruction from the user. Types of Input Devices Keyboard Mouse Scanner Joystick Light Pen Touch Screen Optical Input Audio Input Video Input Keyboard It is the most common input device. It has many keys on it so that’s why it is called keyboard. It is just like a typewriter. A standard keyboard has following special ...

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Memory & Memory Types : RAM vs ROM

Memory Computer need’s a space to for launching a program or holding a data, that kind of space is known as computer memory. Memory can be temporary or permanent. Two types are: RAM (Random Access Memory)  ROM (Read Only Memory) RAM (Random Access Memory) Also known as Primary memory. Is a volatile memory. It’s a Temporary storage device. Data will ...

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Processor

Processor   It works just like a human brain. Transform raw data into useful information. Organizes and carries out instruction that come from either the user or the software. Processing speed depends upon the size of Processor. In Personal Computers, the Processor usually consists of one or more Microprocessor (some times called “chips”)

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Applications and Uses of Computer in Different Areas

APPLICATION AND USE OF COMPUTER:   Computer plays very important role in our lives. A computer is faster and more accurate than people. It can solve many problems of human life. Major areas of applications are Education: Computer is very useful tool in the field of education. Use of computer has become spread from primary to university level. A large ...

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ISD – Information Systems Development

INFORMATION SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT (ISD): Information systems are design for those people who have very little knowledge of information technology. The five phases of information system development are System Analysis System Design System Analysis: Three task of this phase are Defining the problem Analyze current system Selecting the best solution System Design: Analysis will convert into Charts and making User Manuals. ...

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Input and Output Devices (The Difference)

Computer Input and Output Devices The process of getting information into and out of computers is called Input/Output or just I/O. Devices used for Input/Output are called I/O devices. INPUT DEVICES: These are used to feed information into computer. Keyboard:   It is the most common input device. It has many keys on it so that’s why it is called keyboard. ...

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