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Art History in the 19th Century

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4 mn read One of the most influential revolutions in Europe in the period late eighteenth century and early nineteenth century is the French revolution. The French revolution was the most dynamic revolution in its time by because of the way it gained active participation from the French population. Because of this and many other factors its impact […]

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Landscape Painting

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2 mn read In Europe Germany and Britain changed the customary appeal of art by taking on a more intensified approach to expressing such creativity. This first manifested itself in the way landscape painting was done, and the overall response it evoked was profound. By focusing on magnitude through blending darkness, privation, obscurity, vastness, imposition, and magnificence evoked […]

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Myths and Stereotype

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2 mn read No nation on this planet has never been subjected to the ethnic stereotype, but the American Indians have been subjected to the suffering from it, and they may even be suffering more than the other people. Stereotypes and myths can bring harm to both the victims and the people who perpetuate them in society at […]

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Luca de Tena

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2 mn read   Torcuato Luca de Tena was a Spanish writer. He was born on 9th June 1923 in Madrid as Torcuato Luca de Tena Brunet. He was a grandson of Torcuato Luca de Tena and Álvarez Ossorio, a Spanish journalist and renowned businessman who established Blanco y Negro and ABC. Torcuato was famous for his books […]

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Encouraging Workplace Ethics

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< 1 mn read   Record maintaining strategy should be implemented which helps in tracking the efforts as well as it will be evidence of an individual’s obedience to the rules and regulations. The monitoring of the employee’s failures as well as success to keep a follow up for the additional training and the completion of rules and regulation […]

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A&P by John Updike and Cathedral by Raymond Carver

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7 mn read Introduction Cathedral written by Raymond Carver and John Updike’ s A&P are two short stories written in the same era of contemporary literature in the 1950s. Both the writers were Americans novelists living through the 20th century, and it is evident from these two works of them that they observed the transformations in the society […]

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The North-South Global Communities

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5 mn read The north-south global communities’ divide can be defined as the socio-economic and political differences between those countries considered to be developed and those that are yet to be developed. This definition brings forth the global north which is made up of such countries as the United States of America, Canada, most of the western European […]

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A Shift in the Experiences of the Modern College Student

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4 mn read In the book Tuesdays with Morrie, Albom Mitch constructs the narrative around a college student and his professor who is dying away with the passage of time after being diagnosed with ALS. Not being a student anymore, Mitch feels guilty for forgetting his promise to meet Morrie occasionally. When Morrie appears on a television show, […]

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