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  • Myths and heroes : Is there persistence or transformation of the heroes today?

    Myths and heroes : Is there persistence or transformation of the heroes today?

    I will present the notion of "myths and heroes." To define what a myth is, I would say it is a fiction story to explain an event or tell the story of a hero. While a hero is a character who has an important role in a story, he embodies values ​​such as honor, service, fame, generosity and has physical and moral qualities. So I will answer the problem: Is there persistence or transformation of

    450 Mots / 2 Pages
  • The new constitution of Egypt

    The new constitution of Egypt

    Essay: Subject: The new constitution in Egypt In recent years, Egypt, the largest country of the Arab world, underwent major changes especially with the outbreak of the Arab spring. As a matter of fact, in 2011, major protests forced the resignation of president Hosni Moubarak who was then in power for three decades. A year later, Mohamed Morsy, a member of the Muslim brotherhood, an Islamist organization was elected. He was the first democratically elected

    1 025 Mots / 5 Pages
  • "the false promise of institutions" , John J. Mearsheimer

    "the false promise of institutions" , John J. Mearsheimer

    The False Promise of International Institutions John J. Mearsheimer John J. Mearsheimer, né en 1947 à New York, est un professeur de science politique à l’Université de Chicago. Ayant grandi dans un environnement où la politique n’a jamais été mentionnée [[1]], Mearsheimer écrivit quand même beaucoup sur ce sujet. Il rédigea pleins d’articles qui apparurent dans des journaux académiques, tel que « The False Promise of International Institutions » dans International Security publié en 1995.

    2 486 Mots / 10 Pages
  • Bac theme THE SECRET DIARY OF ADRIAN MOLE

    Bac theme THE SECRET DIARY OF ADRIAN MOLE

    THE SECRET DIARY OF ADRIAN MOLE Presentation du theme : Today I’m going to introduce you to my theme that’s on THE SECRET DIARY OF ADRIAN MOLE. * Firstly, I will introduce you to the main character who is Adrian mole. * Secondly I’m going to introduce you to the secret diary of this character Présentation du personnage : * Adrian Albert Mole Is Born 2 April 1967, he is British, he grows up with

    723 Mots / 3 Pages
  • Evolution of the Civil Rights movement in the US

    Evolution of the Civil Rights movement in the US

    Eric 06/10/15 TS1 History The world’s triple heavyweight champion Cassius Clay joined the Nation of Islam two days after winning his first title in 1964, thanks to the influence of Malcolm X, and changed his name to Muhammad Ali to support the African-American movement for the civil rights. Following World War II, from 1945 to the late 1960’s, America was marked by a rising involvement of the black minorities to gain their respect from the

    2 554 Mots / 11 Pages
  • Thomas Hardy: Criticizing the Victorian Expectations for Women through Tess of the D’Urbervilles and Jude the Obscure.

    Thomas Hardy: Criticizing the Victorian Expectations for Women through Tess of the D’Urbervilles and Jude the Obscure.

    Université de Lorraine Département d’anglais UE74 – M1 MEEF 2nd degrés Mémoire Thomas Hardy: Criticizing the Victorian Expectations for Women through Tess of the D’Urbervilles and Jude the Obscure. Juliette GRAS Sous la direction de Mme Barbara Schmidt ‘Tess flung herself down upon the undergrowth of rustling spear-grass as upon a bed’. A Herkomer illustration for the Graphic serialization of Tess, December 1891. Année 2017-2018 Table of contents Introduction………………………………………………………………………….. PART I: Women in the Victorian

    7 301 Mots / 30 Pages
  • History of the United Kingdom

    History of the United Kingdom

    1536 An Act of Parliament ratified the conquest of Wales by England. It was unilateral, but provided for a Welsh representation in Parliament. 1603 Union of the Crowns of England and Scotland. The heir to the throne of England, after the death of Elizabeth I, was James VI of Scotland, who became James I of England. 1707 Act of Union with Scotland. The English and the Scottish Parliaments agreed to merge. Scotland kept its official

    3 298 Mots / 14 Pages
  • Part of the brithish history

    Part of the brithish history

    1536 An Act of Parliament ratified the conquest of Wales by England. It was unilateral, but provided for a Welsh representation in Parliament. 1603 Union of the Crowns of England and Scotland. The heir to the throne of England, after the death of Elizabeth I, was James VI of Scotland, who became James I of England. 1707 Act of Union with Scotland. The English and the Scottish Parliaments agreed to merge. Scotland kept its

    344 Mots / 2 Pages
  • The appearance of the human figure in our contemporary society and in Bacon's work

    The appearance of the human figure in our contemporary society and in Bacon's work

    Tanina Sadi-Haddad SHORT ANALYSIS 2 Title: The Complexity of the Human Race in the Portrait of George Dyer in a Mirror. In his double portrait, tortured by his lover George Dyer, Francis Bacon paints the violence, the cruelty and the tragedy: he paints things that can’t be seen at first sight. In order to illustrate the artwork of Bacon, I choose the essay of E.H Gombrich, Art and illusion. A study in the psychology of

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  • The complexity of the human race in the portait of George Dyer in a mirror

    The complexity of the human race in the portait of George Dyer in a mirror

    Tanina Sadi-Haddad SHORT ANALYSIS 2 Title: The Complexity of the Human Race in the Portrait of George Dyer in a Mirror. In his double portrait, tortured by his lover George Dyer, Francis Bacon paints the violence, the cruelty and the tragedy: he paints things that can’t be seen at first sight. In order to illustrate the artwork of Bacon, I choose the essay of E.H Gombrich, Art and illusion. A study in the psychology of

    1 312 Mots / 6 Pages
  • Idea of progress : the evolution of women's place in the end of the twentieth century in the UK

    Idea of progress : the evolution of women's place in the end of the twentieth century in the UK

    I’m going to deal with the idea of progress. First of all I would like to begin with the definition, the progress is a progressive development of humankind, a forward advance to improve better the society. (I’m going to expose the theme of women’s right are the rights and entitlements claimed for women and girls worldwide, and formed the basis for the women's rights movement in the nineteenth century and feminist movement during the 20th

    525 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The economic consequences of Brexit

    The economic consequences of Brexit

    The economic consequences of Brexit What is the impact of Brexit for the world economy? On May 23rd 2016, the British chose to leave the EU. Despite the opinion polls that were in favour of remain, the British preferred the autarkic system. The main consequences will principally be on jobs in the UK, the pound’s value and trade. Indeed, Brexit will potentially lead to some companies’ relocations, the pound sterling exchange rate has already depreciated

    418 Mots / 2 Pages
  • The progress of the status of women in present-day India, the changes and the contradictions

    The progress of the status of women in present-day India, the changes and the contradictions

    Jawaharlal Nehru, Prime minister of India from 1947 to his death in 1964 said one day “You can judge the situation of a country by observing the status of women”. India claims to be the largest democracy in the world but it’s a territory of extreme contrasts between tradition and modernity. Its the status of women that best illustrates these contradictions. According to a 2018 ranking, India is the most dangerous country for women

    1 206 Mots / 5 Pages
  • The destabilizations of the United States of America on the continent

    The destabilizations of the United States of America on the continent

    The destabilizations of the United States of America on the continent We are beginning to get used to it, a government is radically changing, a mass of protest is emerging, and the White House is welcoming the arrival of a new person in power to pronounce democracy. This scenario is repeated from the second half of the 20th century to today, but a question arises, until when? until when will Latin and South American countries

    1 281 Mots / 6 Pages
  • Power of the press

    Power of the press

    Pb: Is instant information always beneficial and cannot it sometimes be dangerous? Intro: the role of the press is to inform the populations, is an unbiased way. The press have power about the politics because it can reveal the lies of the government. The press is also to warn people about the danger and to say the verity. But the press is not always neutral, there is certain information who are influenced by politic opinions

    742 Mots / 3 Pages
  • The I and the Eye of the Author notion lele

    The I and the Eye of the Author notion lele

    My presentation will deal with the theme The « I » and the « I » of the writer. This theme includes several genres of writing such as the autobiography or the diary and allow the readers to understand better the writers. We may wonder : How can authors, through autobiography, cause us to identify to the stories of their lives? To answer this question I have chosen to talk about « Boy »written by Roald Dahl, the Chapter 7 of

    950 Mots / 4 Pages
  • The development of the French executive : Endogenous Americanization

    The development of the French executive : Endogenous Americanization

    The development of the French executive : Endogenous Americanization The United States is regularly cited as an example or repellent by the French political class, both in political programs and in practice, so much so that one can wonder about an Americanization of French politics. However, this trend has increased in recent years, especially on the occasion of elections. Already in 2007, the American factor played an important role in the presidential campaign. But it

    368 Mots / 2 Pages
  • Beatrice Prior, age 16, grew up in a family of the Altruist faction

    Beatrice Prior, age 16, grew up in a family of the Altruist faction

    Beatrice Prior, age 16, grew up in a family of the Altruist faction 4. Children generally choose the faction in which they grew up and very little change of faction. 5. Beatrice never really felt her place in the Altruism faction. 6. In the aptitude test that precedes the Ceremony of Choice, Béatrice is classified "divergent" by her teacher (Tori) who presents this reality as a danger and strongly advises her to hide it from

    446 Mots / 2 Pages
  • New of the week social media

    New of the week social media

    News of the week Hello everybody, today i’m going to talk about the update of instagram It's official: Instagram's CEO announced the last week the suppression of likes for a part of the United States. The United States is the eighth country to be tested with this change, and it’s a small revolution for this country, which has a large base of users especially young people. In fact, 71% of Americans between the ages of

    504 Mots / 3 Pages
  • Mirror, Mirror on The Wall, Who Is the Most Jealous of Them All?

    Mirror, Mirror on The Wall, Who Is the Most Jealous of Them All?

    The Shakespearean play Othello is driven by a great love story filled with jealousy. In the play, jealousy, through the contrast of Othello’s simple nature and Iago’s vicious villainy, will be the cause behind all the events that will lead the characters, and especially Othello, to their tragic downfall. The play depicts how jealousy is the most destructive and corruptive of all emotions. Othello being above Iago in many ways, military rank and his marriage

    481 Mots / 2 Pages
  • Comparative study of the incompatibility between blasphemy and freedom of religions in Pakistan and Indonesia

    Comparative study of the incompatibility between blasphemy and freedom of religions in Pakistan and Indonesia

    Comparative politics paper Comparative study of the incompatibility between blasphemy and freedom of religions in Pakistan and Indonesia "The one who blasphemes the name of the Lord shall be punished with death: the whole assembly shall stone him with stones. Whether he is a foreigner or a native, he will die, for blaspheming the name of God" - Bible, Leviticus 24:16 In Indonesia and Pakistan, anti-blasphemy laws rule the country and seem contradictory to the

    3 217 Mots / 13 Pages
  • How sport can be seen as a representation of the evolution of black and white people’s relations ?

    How sport can be seen as a representation of the evolution of black and white people’s relations ?

    Spé Idea of progress (the negros league) How sport can be seen as a representation of the evolution of black and white people’s relations ? 1. The context of segregation 1. before : no blacks legislators segregated everything from schools to residential areas to public parks to theaters to pools to cemeteries, asylums, jails and residential homes. There were separate waiting rooms for whites and blacks in professional offices and, in 1915, Oklahoma became the

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  • Analyse de Meshes of the Afternoon de Maya Deren

    Analyse de Meshes of the Afternoon de Maya Deren

    Cinéma expérimental – Analyse de films de transes et psychodrames : Meshes of the Afternoon, 1943, Maya Deren Maya Deren (1908–1961) est une cinéaste, danseuse, critique de cinéma et actrice américaine d'origine ukrainienne. Elle est l'une des figures principales du cinéma d'avant-garde américain des années 40 En 1959, elle écrit un article définissant ce qu'elle considère comme des films vraiment indépendants: des films réalisés par une seule personne. Ses premiers films sont surréalistes et fantastiques,

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  • Salem Habes Mme Mélanie Soustelle EAE 1DX March13th 2020 What is setting apart the Indigenous Peoples from the Government of Canada and its Pipeline Constructions? An opinion is a view or judgement formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or

    Salem Habes Mme Mélanie Soustelle EAE 1DX March13th 2020 What is setting apart the Indigenous Peoples from the Government of Canada and its Pipeline Constructions? An opinion is a view or judgement formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or

    Salem Habes Mme Mélanie Soustelle EAE 1DX March 13th 2020 What is setting apart the Indigenous Peoples from the Government of Canada and its Pipeline Constructions? An opinion is a view or judgement formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge, which has helped the common population discover new ways of seeing and thinking and understand various sides and points of views, while laws are a system of rules which a particular country

    2 200 Mots / 9 Pages
  • The fall of the house of Usher

    The fall of the house of Usher

    THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER BY EDGAR ALLAN POE 1) The characters The characters' identity - The narrator - Roderick Usher - Lady Madeline Their links to one another - The narrator and Usher where boon companions in boyhood and intimate associates - Lady Madeline is Usher's sister and they are also twins - Tenderly beloved sister, only sole compagnian for long years and only relative on earth for Roderick Usher Their circumstances

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