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Teaching Shakespeare in the Context of Renaissance Women’s Culture

The first article that I discovered by using the MLA Database was “Teaching Shakespeare in the Context of Renaissance Women’s Culture”, by Jane Donawerth. 1 Jane Donawerth is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Maryland at College Park, where she teaches Renaissance literature, history of rhetorical theory, and science fiction and utopias […]

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Did Horsforth change from an agricultural village into an industrial town

We first of all take our relevant evidence such as the 1851 census to create of Horsforth in this year. The census is a primary source which displays all the people their occupations and where they lived in a certain year , this is very useful to us as it is primary , we can […]

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Was ‘Thatcherism’ anything more than traditional Conservatism

When Margaret Thatcher was elected in 1979 it was heralded as a decisive shift, the end of the ‘acien regime’ marked by Keynesian economic policies and a move towards a new era of enterprise and individualism. Britain was coming out of the period of political consensus and had a leader that and views and ideas […]

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Briefly the unrest in Britain 1815-21

This period has been said to be the closest Britain has come to a revolution with he 17th century civil war. Lord Liverpool, the Tory government faced massive problems, most of these problems being inherited from his predecessors. Matters were made werse by the intensifying radical movement which was trying to win over the working […]

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The occupants of Bignor and Lullingstone Villa

To a Roman the word villa usually meant a grand house in the country and sometimes it also consisted of a farming estate. A villa tends to imply country estates of the Romanised and British elite. The classical Italian Roman villa was a working rural business with farmland. By studying the findings and excavations it […]

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What exactly is Moses Finley’s view of the manpower question

Since Gibbon’s almost introductory research into the decline and fall of the Roman Empire there have been many historians intent on providing the answer to the collapse of one of the most powerful and influential Empires in history. Moses Finley gained the reputation as one of the most influential historians of this era with his […]

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Drought in Australia Research Project

Part A: Introduction Many areas of the world today suffer from drought, whether it is due to the area’s natural and geographical location or other factors such as global warming and climate change. Drought, according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, is defined as: a period of dryness especially when prolonged; specifically, one the cause the extensive […]

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Water management strategies

Over the past 60 years agriculture, industry and domestic use caused an increase of water use from 1000 cubic kilometers to 5000 cubic kilometers per annum. If current trends continue to increase, water shortage will affect 3. 5 billion people, 48% of the world’s estimated population, by 2025. In order to prevent water stress to […]

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Religion and Art

1)a) The Baptism of Christ by Pierro Della Francesca was finished around 1448-1450. It was designed to be the centerpiece of an alter in a church. There are many religious symbolisms in the picture which shows the story of Jesus baptism which is told in the gospels Mark1:9-12 where Jesus is baptised in the River […]

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Wealth and Poverty

Poverty in this sense may be understood as a condition in which a person or community is deprived of, and or lacks the essentials for a minimum standard of well-being and life. The main causes of poverty are wars, debt, natural disasters and cash crops. The war themselves do not cause poverty but the effects […]

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To What Extent Was The American Economy Booming

America became a whole different country after the First World War. The 1920’s in America will always be remembered for the boom in economy. Most of the American people were living a great life and were able to afford luxury items, even though this didn’t apply to every one, many believed that it was an […]

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The tactics and strategies employed by the Viet Cong

The tactics and strategies employed by the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese Army, and the US and Australian Armed forces, were to become the prime determinants of the outcome of the conflict. Despite America’s abundant resources and advanced technology, their various tactics such as ‘search and destroy’, Operation Rolling Thunder, defoliation, air attacks, the […]

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How successful was the New Deal

After the Wall Street crash of 1929 America was left at the mercy of an economic depression. At first, it wasn’t clear how big the impact of the crash would be. Large speculators were ruined in the short term. The rich lost vast amounts of money and were hit the hardest as they had invested […]

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The nature of Russian society in the early 20th Century

Throughout the early 20th Century there seem to be many events which happened in Russia which built up tension and put pressure on the Tsarist Government. I personally think that the Russian revolution in 1917 was inevitable, no country could go on in the state that Russia was in without a revolution at some point. […]

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Between 1933 and 1945 Hitler and the Nazi Part were successful

Hitler realised the need to recreate German society to form an ideal Nazi community, in order to create his 1000-year Reich. His new society is more commonly known as the Volksgemeinshaft, which can be literally translated as people’s community. Such society would be classless, a racially pure community, with no division where people had the […]

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How Much Was The Great Depression To Blame For The Failure

Although historians still debate whether or not the League of Nations failed in the 1920s, it is in no doubt that it was a complete failure in the 1930s. The League’s slow and ineffective reactions to both Japan’s invasion of Manchuria and Italy’s conflict with Abyssinia meant that members and, perhaps most crucial, the USA […]

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Love – personal writing

Never had I imagined that I would meet a person like Kate. So loving, so generous and full of hopes, faith in others. I was just an ordinary man, or should I say, not as ordinary either. I was disabled. 26 years ago, when I was just 2 years old, I had lost my parents […]

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The Catastropihic Death

As I sat in the funeral hall, I could remember everything vividly; the screeching breaks of the cars, the footsteps on the marble floor. As everybody entered, their faces were etched with expressions of shock and sorrow waiting for the coffin to approach. I felt stunned and numb. I stood absolutely motionless, not knowing what […]

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Fox Hunting Example #2

Foxhunting has become a very controversial issue in recent years with both sides fighting to see that the result of the debate goes in their favour. While those against put forward a good argument, those in favour have an equally persuasive view point. On the whole, I feel those against foxhunting have a more credible […]

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Floods in Europe

In February 1995 large areas of the mainland countries in Europe were deluged with water, and floods threatened the local people and towns. The River Rhine and its many tributaries burst their banks in France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany, Its tributaries include the rivers Meuse, Main Moselle and Ruhr. The floods were devastation to […]

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Traffic congestion in Paris

Paris has an estimated population of 12. 1 million. In such a large city, traffic congestion is one of the many problems faced by commuters, residents and tourists alike. This essay aims to outline the main causes of traffic congestion, what effects this has on the city and any solutions to these problems. There are […]

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