Essay on Ruler

Sophocles’ Antigone: Character Depiction

In Antigone, Sophocles positions the readers to condemn Creon as a misogynist. In Antigone, Creon is the newly appointed ruler of Thebes, and after banishing all burial rights to Antigone’s brother, Polynices, Antigone refuses to obey this order and buries him anyway. Creon is pitted against Antigone who holds up the will of the gods […]

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How appropriate is the description of Alexander II as the ‘Tsar liberator’

“With the possible exception of Nikita Khrushchev, no Russian ruler brought so much relief to so many people as did Alexander II, autocratic and conservative though he was. ” This quote from the historian Westwood shows the opinion he holds that Alex II was a ‘Tsar liberator’. This essay will examine Russia under Alexander’s rule […]

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A For The Ruler Of A

One of the reasons why the GMD had lost the civil war in China was their economic mismanagement. They allowed Inflation and social unrest to rise enormously during the 1940s and even after the “Gold Yuan” reform in 1948 nothing seemed to change the situation. The constant decrease of support for the ruling party in […]

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The Fall of the Mongolian Empire

The largest land empire in the world belongs to the Mongolian empire. A small nation that was able to pull together under one ruler and stretch its borders from the Pacific Ocean to the western borders of Europe. Such speed and success of their conquests have largely gone unappreciated considering how they conquered more land […]

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Zahak, the Dragon King

This Iranian myth entitled: “Zahak, the Dragon King” taken from Firdawsi Shahnamehtell’s epic “The Book of Kings” tells us a story about the Persian throne. It begins with a summary of the situation; the ruler of Iran, Jamshid is a great leader who has brought numerous technological advancements, social structure, and health to the people […]

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