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Is there an alternative context for framing John Keats The Eve of St Agnes?

Studying human physiology uses a different linguistic register to look at literature and life, creating new insights and a different perspective.

How about using physiology to frame and deconstruct Madeline’s and Porphyro’s behaviours in Keats’s narrative poem, The Eve of Saint Agnes, for this literary classic?

 
Check out and enjoy this experimental video experience:
 
 
 

 

 

SUPPORTED BY AUDIO DESCRIPTIONS AND CAPTIONS
 
Enhancing cognizance and new thinking
 
By describing key elements in the video like character movements and facial expressions, text or graphics on the screen, and other key visual information essential to the understanding of the video, audio description narrates visual information aiding cognition, facilitating a variety of learning styles for all viewers, as well of meeting the needs for blind and low-vision viewers. 
 
Audio description, captions, and transcripts benefit everyone by improving understanding and learning.
 
As an explicit feature, I wanted to use as many signs and codes as possible to make audiences and viewers think, have a response, and interact with the media. The 3PlayMedia services for captions and audio descriptions enhance the impact and outcomes.
 

 

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Eve St Agnes Keats Romantic Poem Valentines Day

 

 

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Madeline Eve St Agnes Keats Romantic Poem Valentines Day Love

 

Read by Louise

Produced and edited by EJ.

A soundtrack for a series of videos on www.communicationuk.com

My schoolteachers delivered the perfect foundation for understanding life.

Their teaching of the English romantic poet John Keats and the ancient Greek playwrights Sophocles and Euripides was about gaining insights into personal feelings and responses.

Studying human physiology, as a physical education student, created new insights and a different linguistic register to look at literature and life.

How about using physiology to frame and deconstruct Madeline’s and Porphyro’s behaviours in Keats’s narrative poem, The Eve of Saint Agnes, is about delivering a new perspective for this literary classic.

Is there an alternative context for framing John Keats The Eve of St Agnes?


 



Beyond a mortal man impassion'd far

       At these voluptuous accents, he arose

       Ethereal, flush'd, and like a throbbing star

       Seen mid the sapphire heaven's deep repose;

       Into her dream he melted, as the rose

       Blendeth its odour with the violet,—

       Solution sweet: meantime the frost-wind blows

       Like Love's alarum pattering the sharp sleet


Against the window-panes; St. Agnes' moon hath set.

       'Tis dark: quick pattereth the flaw-blown sleet:

       "This is no dream, my bride, my Madeline!"

       'Tis dark: the iced gusts still rave and beat:

       "No dream, alas! alas! and woe is mine!

       Porphyro will leave me here to fade and pine.—

       Cruel! what traitor could thee hither bring?

       I curse not, for my heart is lost in thine,

       Though thou forsakest a deceived thing;—


A dove forlorn and lost with sick unpruned wing."

       "My Madeline! sweet dreamer! lovely bride!

       Say, may I be for aye thy vassal blest?

       Thy beauty's shield, heart-shap'd and vermeil dyed?

       Ah, silver shrine, here will I take my rest

       After so many hours of toil and quest,

       A famish'd pilgrim,—sav'd by miracle.

       Though I have found, I will not rob thy nest

       Saving of thy sweet self; if thou think'st well

To trust, fair Madeline, to no rude infidel.

 

 

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Eve St Agnes Keats Romantic Poem Valentines Day

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Is your presentation, media, or speech in tune with the needs of your audience

 

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How can you effectively communicate with audiences?

 

What do audiences demand from you?

Unless you reach out, engage, and have empathy, how can you effectively communicate with audiences?

Here are some tips for presenting successful and authoritative media.

Gaining insights into your audience's cognisance requires EQ and social intelligence.

By understanding your audience's attitudes, values, ideas, and behaviours, you will uncover a pathway for positive engagement.

Brainstorming, charting, and mapping out critical features helps establish your audiences or viewers characteristics.

Try creating a Venn diagram with five overlaying rings.

  1. What are the viewers:

    • Perspectives
    • Demands
    • Needs
    • Wants

  2. What is essential to hook and engage onlookers?

  3. Are there hurdles and obstacles to the audience's understanding?

  4. Do viewers have a positive and productive experience?

  5. Why are these people, the audience, or viewers here?

Venn-Diagram-Eddy-Jackson-MBE-What-Do-Audiences-Want-From-YouFill in key points on the audiences or viewers demands of your presentation or media

 

 

Now review your Venn Diagram to analyse their psyche, personality, and personas.

What do they want?

Do they gain anything?

Do they have a positive experience?

Is your presentation, media, or speech in tune with the needs of your audience?

Think about the power of social and emotional intelligence. Appreciation, understanding, and sensitivity can unlock the key to success.

Try it now. 

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p.s. Check out the work of Daniel Golman's work on social intelligence. It works!

 

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Appreciation, understanding, and sensitivity can unlock the key to success

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How Does It Feel Going Under Drowning
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Freeing minds exposing false narratives

 

 

In a time where radical manifestos are simply not credible, there is a need to, “Stop giving equal time to lies.” A great principle for 2020 states Gavin Esler.

Creating informing minds needs your attention to thrive.

Experimenting, playing with, and integrating language by using audio, printed, and visual media in the spirit of Bertolt Brecht’s pedagogy helps in creating reflective, thoughtful audience responses in stopping megaphone bullying and fake new.



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Peacefully thriving in harmony by loving, using rationality in freeing minds.


Hey there loud offensive media I am going under drowning from your extremist fictions kicking around
my mine. Go now, get out of my mind; you are much too ignorant. I am fighting to discover a new real
world? By guiding, reasoning, informing my decision making it’s creating a new path to escape to a heavenly
peaceful paradise. Exploring new thinking surfacing free from tyranny by questioning threatening beliefs.
Listen to the chimes of freedom. Do not raise your voice. Stop megaphone bullying with vindictive symbols
of hate. Ignorance needs education. Peacefully thriving in harmony by loving, using rationality in freeing 
minds. Exposing false narratives and winning. Now creating stronger communities.

Eddy Jackson 2020

 

Hey there hateful noisy media Number 3 fake news propaganda education from Eddy Jackson on Vimeo.

 

Language has many functions. David Crystal's (2007) linguistics synopsis articulates these. They are reflected in the production of these word experiments and their associated multi-media productions.

All the written experimental content is framed by the work of eminent philosophers and by seeking spirituality to counter nihilism, alienation, ignorance, hatred, and division. 

The driver and catalyst for this approach are personal responses from the zeitgeist scenarios that are amplified by bots, fake news, propaganda, clickbait, the press, government, and PR agencies.

Production outcomes evolve from the fusion of language and thinking by integrating new ideas from across our linguistic heritage:

 

  1. Expressing thought processes.

  2.  Recording facts.

  3.  Expressing emotions.

  4.  Playing.

  5.  Controlling reality.

  6.  Expressing rapport.

  7.  Expressing identity.

  8.  Expressing sounds by

  9. Experimenting with technology.

 

The deliberate fusion of these layers of communication aims to elicit responses from audiences. Unlike viewers in passivity watching cinema, television and, streaming service, the desired objective of this pedagogy is to deliberately encourage, provoke, ask difficult questions, and be a positive educational resource in facilitating new insights and solutions.


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Freeing minds exposing false narratives Number 1

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Stop megaphone bullying & Fake News

 

 

 

In a time where radical manifestos are simply not credible, there is a need to, “Stop giving equal time to lies.” A great principle for 2020 states Gavin Esler.

 

Hey there hateful noisy media

 

I am going under drowning

From your extremist fictions

Kicking around my mine.

 

Go now, get out of my mine

You are much too ignorant

I am fighting discovering

A new real world.

 

By guiding reasoning

Informing decision making

Creating a new path to escape

To a heavenly peaceful paradise.

 

 

Discovering new thinking

Surfacing free from tyranny

Questioning threatening beliefs.

Listen to the chimes of freedom.

 

Do not raise your voice

Stop megaphone bullying

With vindictive symbols of hate

Ignorance needs education.

 

Peacefully thriving in harmony

Loving using rationality

Freeing minds exposing false narratives

Winning creating stronger communities.

 

 

 

Eddy Jackson | Editor | Communication UK Digital Learning Services


Creating informing minds needs your attention to thrive Number 2

 

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How Does It Feel Going Under Drowning - Fake News

 

 

 

Experimenting, playing with, and integrating language by using audio, printed, and visual media in the spirit of Bertolt Brecht’s pedagogy helps in creating reflective, thoughtful audience responses.


In producing this experimental genre through the critical application and development of language by morphing the characteristics of poems and prose leads to dramatically witnessing contemporary life through a surreal filter.


There is a strong emphasis on the image over the narrative.


The process becomes stronger when reading this new media aloud and designing an echoing pattern for a more rounded effect.


Here there is a sharp contrast between using the best words in the best order: poetry and in comparing words in their best order: prose.


Powerful feelings are poetry’s strength. What if these can flow from margin to margin free from rhyme and metre? The prose poem is the third way and becomes the guiding beacon for this experimental media. LogicPro and FCP support this process.

 

 

How Does It Feel Going Under Drowning

 

How does it feel

Going under drowning

From extremist fictions

Kicking around my mine?

 

Gasping fighting

Desperately thinking

Reasoning informing hope

Over false statements.

 

How does it feel

Living new worlds

Surfacing free from tyranny

Overcoming threatening beliefs?

 

Falsely misappropriating ideas

Stop megaphone bullying

Echoing in a shallow cave

Whose villainous values are these?

 

How does it feel

Rising from the stormy seas

Gasping fresh air

Feeding the brain?

 

Living in peace harmony and love

Thoughtfully using rationality

Creating informing minds

Needs your attention to thrive.

 

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The above is the first draft of a developmental series. The work and video finale is informed by great philosophical thinkers and applying their concepts to our contemporary zeitgeist:

“But once we allow ourselves to be guided by reason, we will begin to see that the ‘greatest good’ must be ‘common to all’, and ‘enjoyed by all equally’. We will realise that no one will live happily without ‘mutual aid’, and that the only guarantor of freedom is a ‘state’ in which everyone agrees to be ‘led as if by one mind’ and to abide by the ‘common decision’. In the meantime the wise will have to wait, but – ‘insofar as they are wise’ – they will know that in the long run things are bound to get better.”
Jonathan Rée

 

 

Eddy Jackson | Editor | Communication UK Digital Learning Services


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Do you have a favourite? What do you like?

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However, you may not like the commercialisation, and the commodification. But that’s life.

I hope you enjoy this choice of Christmas videos.

For a different slant, check out seasonal pop videos at the Lancshire Speakers Club website.

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