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Nguyễn’s Tale of Kiều as Post-colonial ClassicNguyễn’s Tale of Kiều as Post-colonial Classic
Spivak’s meditation on the subaltern or Fourth World peoples who, although excluded from the demesne of the nation-state, understood the total system well enough to turn the latter’s logic against itself
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The color episode of the one hundredThe color episode of the one hundred
Paper Read Before The Lebanon County Historical Society, October 18, 1907, by J. H. Bassler, Late Captain of the Color Company
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The Gothic Novel Period Appears in the late 1700’s in England OriginThe Gothic Novel Period Appears in the late 1700’s in England Origin
The interest in such novels was extraordinary and common to all social classes. The gothic influence, however, didn’t cease after this period: today’s gothic novels came from the 18th century
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Romanticism, the Gothic novel, and Wuthering HeightsRomanticism, the Gothic novel, and Wuthering Heights
Europe. Generally, Romanticism was a reaction against the dry rationality of the Enlightenment period, it focused on the sublimity of nature, it and stressed strong emotion as the source of beauty, art, and knowledge
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Films for Eliciting NarrativesFilms for Eliciting Narratives
New Standards Speaking and Listening for Preschool throughThird Grade (National Center for Education and the Economy) video collection
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History – Stage 4 and 5History – Stage 4 and 5
The nsw department of Education and Communities (dec) is committed to sustainability education through the: Environmental Education Policy for Schools and the Sustainability and Environment integration
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Botticelli and the rise of classical mythology in western artBotticelli and the rise of classical mythology in western art
This essay was written in the early 1990s and has been revised periodically. In February 2011, I added two additional texts on the Medicean Golden Age and on “Florentia” as the city of Flora
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The Discovery of TimeThe Discovery of Time
Scientific theories are models of reality constructed by human beings, and these models inevitably reflect, and are used to endorse, the values and interests of those who create them.”
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An Investigation Into Soviet Socialist Realism in the ussrAn Investigation Into Soviet Socialist Realism in the ussr
An Investigation Into Soviet Socialist Realism in the ussr: What was the effect of socialist realism on the development of Stalin’s Cult of Personality?
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Formal and Informal Empire in the Nineteenth CenturyFormal and Informal Empire in the Nineteenth Century
This evening I want to explain the re-emergence of European empires in a new form in the second and third quarters of the 19th century and to discuss how and why they expanded when there was little real desire on the part of European states for new overseas
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Historical Context of Fiction One Hundred Years of SolitudeHistorical Context of Fiction One Hundred Years of Solitude
Solitude is perhaps the most important, and the most widely read, text to emerge from that period. It is also a central and pioneering work in the movement that has become known as magical realism
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