Nerd

A term “nerd” is a colloquialism that is widely used nowadays, especially by the young generation. Despite of the fact that it has rather a negative connotation, there are many evidences of people who were referred as “nerds”, but became famous and successful. To begin, we should examine all the…

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A History of Photography

Table of Contents Abstract Keywords: photograph, art, photographer Introduction A History of Photography Conclusion Related Free Informative Essays Abstract This paper explores the history of development and improvement of the photography art. “Photography” comes from the Greek words photos (“light”) and graphein (“to draw”) (Daniel, 2000). Joseph NicephoreNiépce made the…

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Duke Ellington

Table of Contents A brief History of Duke’s Family Teachers/instructors of Duke Ellington Educational institutions Duke Ellington Musical style of Duke Ellington Published works of Duke Ellington Origin of Duke Ellington and how it impacted his type of Music Related Free Informative Essays Duke was born on the twenty ninth…

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Sonata-Allegro

Introduction Sonata-allegro is a form that emerged during the period known as the “Age of Enlightenment” due to the renewed interest in classical knowledge and philosophy as a result of the new science from the Baroque Era. It was used by many writers, for example, Franz Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart….

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Anthropology: Marriage and Divorce

A theme of marriage appears as one of the key themes in the Bible. From the very first chapter, when giving us a picture of God’s creation, it says: “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he…

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The Well-Made Plays by Ibsen and Wilde

The well-made play is a genre of drama with a strict structure which appeared at the theater in the 19th century. The name of its creator is Eugene Scribe. He is the one who had built up the form, and the developer was Victorien Sardou who brought the well-made play…

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The State And The Freedom In The Views of Rousseau and Kant

Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) and its social, political and legal views are presented in such works as “Discourse on the origin and cause of inequality between men” (1754 ), “On the Political Economy” (1755), “The judgment of eternal peace” (1782), “The Social Contract, or Principles of Political Rights” (1762) and others….

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