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  1. Oct 2020
    1. hat

      "The hat" seems to symbolize authority since it's worn in the head like a crown—a status symbol that an individual proudly wears. In this scene, however, it functions as a symbol of shame. I think it's worth noting how Mansfield utilizes the duality of the symbolism of "the hat."

  2. Jun 2020
    1. I remember in the Master and Margarita, she makes him a hat that says "Master" on it. it seemed like a very strange thing to do, but maybe it was common practice to wear "master" badges and hats?

      Connection between Book's symbols and Soviet symbols of the era.

  3. Nov 2015
    1. a becoming hat

      Atkinson suggests that this hat is a symbol of Laura's coming-of-age, that it will mark Laura as "no longer a child." The term "becoming" here, while ostensibly "beautiful" or "suitable," in this reading resonates with Laura's becoming an adult.

  4. Mar 2015
    1. While I'm sure Red Hat's salesforce doesn't love competing with its copycat, the reality is that sales are almost certainly helped in accounts that only want RHEL for production servers and can shave costs by using CentOS for development and test servers. CentOS, in other words, gives Red Hat a lot of pricing leverage, without having to lower its prices.

      test ve development da kullanılabilir