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Morris' The Field of Vision. eNotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of The Field of Vision. of American Literature). print Print; document PDF. The Visual Fields are a measure of the area you are able to perceive visual Glaucoma affects peripheral vision before central vision. • Assists. The importance of peripheral field vision is underestimated in relation to the ability to drive, but new ways of testing allow ophthalmologists to more accurately .

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Out p. C13 Extensions: Link to the world of music p. C16 Visual link C Reflect on the intensity of the lovers' passion. Trace how dramatic tension is built up in the text. Think of examples of suspense in books, films etc. Focus on the theme of love and death.

The normal monocular human visual field extends to approximately 60 degrees nasally toward the nose, or inward from the vertical meridian in each eye, to degrees temporally away from the nose, or outwards from the vertical meridian, and approximately 70 degrees above and 80 below the horizontal meridian. In the binocular field, the area left of the vertical meridian is referred to as the left visual field which is temporally for the left, and nasally for the right eye ; a corresponding definition holds for the right visual field.

In the United Kingdom , the minimum field requirement for driving is 60 degrees either side of the vertical meridian, and 20 degrees above and below horizontal. The macula corresponds to the central 17 degrees diameter of the visual field; the fovea to the central 5.

The nose is always present in the visual field, but the visual system combines input from both eyes to fill in the area occluded by the nose. However, if someone has just a single eye open, the nose becomes visible and appears as it does in this photograph. Measuring the visual field[ edit ] Main article: visual field test The visual field is measured by perimetry.

This may be kinetic, where spots of light are shown on the white interior of a half sphere and slowly moved inwards until the observer sees them, or static, where the light spots are flashed at varying intensities at fixed locations in the sphere until detected by the subject. Another method is to use a campimeter , a small device with a flat screen designed to measure the central visual field.

Light spot patterns testing the central 24 degrees or 30 degrees of the visual field, are most commonly used. Most perimeters are also capable of testing up to 80 or 90 degrees. H Ambition Marlowe Text C1, p. C3 , Shakespeare Texts C8 and C9, p. C34, C37 , Shelley Text E15, p. E45 , Fitzgerald Text G16, p. GI2 , Miller Text G38, p. G Art Keats Text E8, p. Woolf Text G13, p. E32 , Keats Text EI8, p.

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G41 , Hemingway Text GI9, p. G84 , Yeats Text G2S, p. H , Ondaatje Texts H21 and H22, p. H90, H94 , Walcott Text H36, p. G80, G84 , Auden Text G32, p. G Marriage Chaucer Text B6, p. B2I , Congreve Text D8, p. D33 , Dickens Text F2, p. E64, E68, E70 , E. Bronte Text FS, p. FI7 , C. F29 Memory Wordsworth Text E7, p. E18 , Joyce Text GIl, p. G48 , Yeats Text G26, p. GIl3 , Ondaatje Text H22, p. F , Dickinson Text F28, p. FI12 , Yeats Text G26, p.

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E45, E47 , Orwell Text G14, p. G62 , Steinbeck Text G22, p. G98 , Gordimer Text H19, p. H82 Poverty Gray Text D7, p. D28 , Swift Text D12, p. H Race Blake Text E3, p. E6 , Scott Text E25, p. E81 , Twain Text F2I, p.

F82 , Walcott Text H37, p. Gordimer Text HI8, p. H79 , Soyinka Text H4S, p. D14 , C. Bronte Text F7, p. F26 , Yeats Text G24, p. G , Achebe Text H17, p. B29 , Donne Text 01, p. D2 , Milton Text OS, p. D17 , Blake E4 and ES, p. E9, Ell , R. Hl17 , Achebe Text H16, p. D23 War Hemingway Text G18, p.

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G80 , Brooke Text G27, p. G , Owen Text G28, p. Sassoon Text G29, p. H Modular Paths. C34 , E. FS6 , Browning Text F24, p. F93 , Wilde F3Z, p. G48 , Woolf Texts G12 and G13, p. G54, G58 , Shaw Text G37, p. H79, H82 , Plath Text H38, p. C19, C22 , Shaw Text G37, p. G1S2 , Bennett Text H44, p. D39 , Wilde Text F32, p. F2, F6 , C. Bronte Texts F7 and FS, p.

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Bronte Texts FS and F6, p. F17, F22 Science Fiction H. Wells Text G3, p. B30 , Golding p. HS Character Richardson novel of incident and of character, p.

D67 , Dickens revealing character, p. F1Il, C. Bronte dialogue to reveal character, p. Eliot p. G Dialogue Congreve p. D36 , C. Bronte p. C39; simile, p. C41 , Donne hyperbole, p.