Month: September 2019

frequency counter on Macbeth

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Ambition (I) iii, 135-142 This quote is significant to our understanding of the play because these lines talk about how Macbeth is thinking ruthless thought which concern the death of Duncan and that his downfall and tragic flaw is his ambition. Order and Disorder (I) ii, 8-23 This quote describes the battle, which is disorder […]

Conflicts in Solon

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In this paper, I would like to discuss the conflicts between Athenians in Solon?fs time. In order to do so, I divided the paper into three sections. In thefirst section, I will discuss the conflicts between peasants and aristocrats. After that, I will talk about the conflicts between aristocrats themselves. Finally, I will discuss how […]

The Path to Nationhood. NZ's involvement in Asia – 1945-1985

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In 1945-1985 NZ was involved militarily in Asia. The main reason was the Canberra pact of 1944. The main conflicts NZ was involved in were Korea (1950-1953), Malaysia (1960-1966), and Vietnam (1965-1972). One of the reasons NZ was involved in Asia was the Canberra pact, signed in 1944. It was actually an illegal pact, as […]

The Artistic Gladiator

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Art is defined in the Webster Dictionary as human ability to make things; creativity of man as distinguished from the world of nature (Webster's New World College Dictionary).Now when most people think of art or see a definition like that, they think of art that can be viewed in museums, such as: paintings, and sculptures, […]

Conflicts in Medea

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In Medea by Euripides, a desire for revenge and a determination to redress a moral wrong are both used in a way which conflicts with moral duty.It is in this way that Euripides creates a protagonist in which a maniacal, almost evil aura can be seen.The actions of the antagonist, Jason, drive Medea to a […]

Athens Sparta

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Greek culture in 400-500 B.C.E. achieved greatness through two city-states, called Sparta and Athens.To better understand the interaction between Sparta and Athens and their desire for Greece to be a strong nation, it is imperative to know the situation of these two city-states in the early 400’s B.C.E.Throughout this essay I will briefly describe Athenian […]

The Art of Tattooing

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Tattooing is a traditional art form spread over many cultures and societies.A tattoo is the marking of the skin with punctures into which pigment is rubbed. The word originates from the Tahitian tattau meaning to mark.Kings and commoners, sailors and prisoners, tribesmen and sweethearts all have shared one thing: the art of the tattoo.Evidence from […]

Conflicto ArabeIsraeli

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La tercera delas guerras Arabes-israelitas se llevo a cabo del 5 al 10 de Junio, 1967 y debido a eso el origen de su nombre. La guerra fue peleada por Israel en contra de Siria,Jordania y Egipto.A comienzos de 1967, el 18 de Mayo, 1967, Egipto ordenoa la ONU que quitara sus fuerzas, las cuales […]


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Maya Angelou's "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" Maya Angelou uses a different prospective of being free and being caged in'I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings".Instead of comparing people she compares a free bird and a caged bird.The title "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" seems to represent the feelings of being […]

Conflict of Northern Ireland

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Violence and terrorism took 3636 lives and injured 36,000 people between 1966 and 1999 as the conflict of Northern Ireland spread beyond its borders and into England and elsewhere (Sussman, CNN).The persistent troubles in this region stem from religious and political differences between Irish Catholics and immigrant Protestants.The decades of protest and bloodshed have been […]

Conflict Management: Somalia

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Conflict and Conflict Management:Somalia Somalia is a country of disarray which contains a seemingly never-ending struggle to find itself.As Somalis are an ancient people, their problems, although recent, stem back as far as their earliest years.Somalia is a country divided, conflicted by its diversity of its people and their affiliations.Attempts have been made to stop […]

The Okinawa Problem

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The Battle of Okinawa, in which both Japanese and American forces suffered enormous casualties, marked its fiftieth anniversary on June 23, 1995.In commemoration of this important date, the Cornerstone of Peace was erected and unveiled that day to, as Okinawa Governor Ota Masahide put it, “convey the peace-cherishing heart of Okinawa and its yearning to […]

The Art of Stained Glass

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Many artists place the art of stained glass into the category of "minor art".To some artists, the action of making stained glass is a craft, but the final product is viewed, not only as a work of art but also an expression of the artist, the subject they were presenting, and the architecture that held […]

Athens and Sparta: Their Cultures and Their Differences

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During the early centuries prior to the birth of Christ, Athens and Sparta were the two most well-known Greek city-states.Since both Athens and Sparta resided in Greece, one could come to the conclusion that their societies and the culture of their city-states might be largely similar.Surprisingly enough, this is not the case.Though certain aspects of […]


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