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The Essay Building Prompt Pt1

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Are you in college and need an essay written and proofread, AND GPTZero-proof? You can find it here. I have used this prompt far too many times, got the essay to be written and rewritten flawlessly, and thanks to my prompt, it never got caught in ANY of the anti-AI tools! #1: Outline You need to feed a good outline to build a good essay from ChatGPT. because when you completely write the essay from scratch using GPT, it's really time-consuming to go back to every paragraph. Generate using this
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Updated: 9 months ago

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Chat - GPT-4 (gpt-4)
Token size
67 ($0.00200 / call)
Example input
This outline should follow a strict format that includes..
Example output
I. Introduction A. Background information on Salvador Dali B. Brief overview of the role of Venus in Dali's art C. Thesis statement II. Mobilization of the Venus Figure in Salvador Dali's Art A. Description of the Venus figure in Dali's work B. Art-historical meanings conveyed by the Venus figure Connections to classical art and mythology Subversion of traditional artistic and cultural norms C. Popular meanings conveyed by the Venus figure Use of recognizable symbols to appeal to a wider audience Inclusion of contemporary cultural references to engage with current events D. Potentially psychoanalytic meanings conveyed by the Venus figure Freudian interpretations of Venus as a symbol of female sexuality and desire Jungian interpretations of Venus as a symbol of the collective unconscious III. Mobilization of the Venus Figure in Ephemera A. Description of the ephemera and their use of the Venus figure B. Analysis of the art-historical, popular, and potentially psychoanalytic meanings conveyed in the ephemera Minotaure, June 15, 1936 (no. 8). Cover illustration by Salvador Dalí Salvador Dali, Exhibition Catalogue, Julien Levy Gallery, New York, 1939 (depicting the New York World's Fair's Trylon and Perisphere) Vogue, June 1, 1939. Cover illustration by Salvador Dalí "Dali's Surrealist Dreamhouse at the New York World's Fair," in Vogue, June 1, 1939. Illustration by Salvador Dalí IV. Mobilization of the Venus Figure in Unique Artworks A. Description of the unique artworks and their use of the Venus figure B. Analysis of the art-historical, popular, and potentially psychoanalytic meanings conveyed in the artworks City of Drawers, 1936, Graphite on paper Venus de Milo with Drawers, 1936, modified 1962 V. Mobilization of the Venus Figure in the "Dream of Venus" Pavilion A. Description of the "Dream of Venus" pavilion and its use of the Venus figure B. Analysis of the art-historical, popular, and potentially psychoanalytic meanings conveyed in the pavilion C. Comparison of the pavilion to the ephemera and unique artworks VI. Conclusion A. Summary of key findings B. Implications for understanding Salvador Dali's Surrealist "brand" in New York C. Suggestions for further research
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