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A Profile of Mahatma Gandhi

23 Feb 2017

In January 1948, before three pistol shots put an end to his life, Gandhi had been on the political stage for more than fifty years. He had inspired two generations of India, patriots, shaken an empire and sparked off a revolution, which was to change the face of Africa and Asia. To millions of his own people, he was the Mahatma- the great soul- whose sacred glimpse was a reward in itself. By the end of 1947 he had lived down much of the suspicion, ridicule and opposition, which he had to face, when he first raised the banner of revolt against racial exclusiveness and imperial domination. His ideas, once dismissed as quaint and utopian, had begun to strike answering chords in some of the finest minds in the world. "Generations to come, it may be", Einstein had said of Gandhi in July 1944, "will scarcely believe that such one as this ever in flesh and blood walked upon earth."

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Mikalojus Konstantinas Ciurlionis

23 Feb 2017

Few outside artistic or academic circles know much about Lithuanian artist Mikalojus Konstantinas Ciurlionis; however, those who once encountered with the paintings of this artist are well-aware of his genuinely unique and evocative style. Apart from being an established painter, Mikalojus Konstantinas Ciurlionis is known for his musical works, specifically symphonic poems. Throughout his short and tragic life, Ciurlionis enjoyed little recognition from his contemporaries. Out of his 200 paintings not a single one was sold during his lifetime. Only the most brilliant minds of those times appreciated his remarkable talent -- the French writer Remain Rolland once referred to Ciurlionis’s art as ‘a completely new continent,’ where the artist himself was ‘Christopher Columbus’ (Sepetis 1985).

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Robert Frost

21 Feb 2017

The American poet Robert Frost is, to a great extent, a controversial writer, although he has been ranked among the classics of literature. Frost’s biographical data are important in the analysis of his work, since he is generally considered as one of the most representative poets of New England due to the local color that he infused into his poetry. He was born in San Francisco and, after he got married, he lived for ten years on the farm his grandfather had given to him in Derry, New Hampshire.

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Robert Wade

21 Feb 2017

Third World is a term originally used to distinguish nations that neither aligned with the West nor with the East during the Cold War, including also many members of the Non-Aligned Movement. Today, however, the term is used to denote nations with common characteristics, such as poverty, high birth rates, and economic dependence on the advanced countries (Third World: definitions and descriptions).

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Life of Robert Burns, Works - Poetry, Critics

21 Feb 2017

Robert Burns was known by the critics in his days as a literary genius, writing over 250 songs and hundreds of poems. Many critics didn't think much of him at the time because he was a heavy drinker and a womanizer. He had fifteen children, 6 of which were out of wedlock. Besides all that he was an excellent author writing such works as "Tam O' Shanter", "Auld Lang Syne", and "Comin' thro' the Rye". Because of a hard youth living in poverty on a farm he died at the young age of 37. Robert Burns was a Romantic poet of the first generation but actually we can say that he did not belong to any other group. He was Scottish and his poems are full of joy. He was also a revolutionary character both in religion and politics and this is reflected in his poems. Unlike the others he used dialogues in his poems and his humor can be observed in his poems, which are full of joy.

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Richard Avedon

21 Feb 2017

Photography is a unique way to copy one’s beauty, some memorable and happy moments and some many tragic incidents. Photography is a hard work. People think that only by pressing the flash button of a day light camera, they can easily and beautifully capture the most interesting moments. But when the results of those pictures come, they look ugly and the photographer is blamed for his non-professionalism. According to researchers and websites photography is the most hard and expensive course in the whole world. To teach and to learn photography is not a work of just interest but photography requires many things along interest such as concentration, interest and mind power such as handy techniques to handle a camera and capture beautiful scenes. Nowadays fashion photography is a demanded interest and it can be a way to earn handsome amount of money. Fashion photographers are in high demand nowadays in markets because today the world has moved so far that even to promote designs of a newly open boutique or a market a separate fashion show is necessary. History has witnessed a human creature that was a great fashion photographer. The name of this famous fashion photographer was Richard Avedon.

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El Lissitzky: Russian Constructivism

20 Feb 2017

During the pre-war and progression of First World War, many principal theories of graphic design and communication were formulated in Holland, Germany and the Russian Soviet Union. According to Conway (1987), the developments of the Avant Garde movement and evolution of graphical design brought the language abstraction development, which was later applied in the field of design and architecture (144). The technical advances of graphic designs (e.g. Photogravure printing, colored printing, 16mm film techniques, etc.) brought sophistication among the designers of Soviet Union, especially the Darmstadt’s apprentice engineer – El Lissitzky.

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Rudy Giuliani america’s mayor

20 Feb 2017

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani exemplified the spirit of resolve in the face of overwhelming odds and one of the most awful terrorist’s attacks in United States History. Rudy Giuliani has managed to exemplify courage as he fought crime in New York City in the 1990’s; fighting the drug dealers and members of the organized crime as hard as he fought do-nothing appeasers of such behavior within the city itself. Giuliani, once criticized for his actions in this area, has some of the lowest statistics on crime ever seen in the city in which to silence his critics. Also, his actions during the attack The World Trade Towers and his ability to put into words and actions, the resolve of the city and even the country against such ideologies of hate, has forever cemented himself as a permanent leader and one who will attract votes based on his leadership qualities, making him a formidable candidate in the 2008 Presidential election.

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Rosa Parks

20 Feb 2017

One December evening in 1955, Rosa Parks took a stand against racial segregation by simply sitting down. That event played a major role in the disintegration of segregation along with the dawning of the civil rights movement and etched her into the history books. After working at the Montgomery Fair Department store in Montgomery, Alabama, as a seamstress, Rosa boarded the Cleveland Avenue bus in the manner that the Montgomery segregation laws permitted.

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Ronald Joseph De Feo

20 Feb 2017

This case study involves Ronald Joseph DeFeo Jr., now 57 years old but who was only 23 when he committed the heinous crime that kept him behind bars at the Green Haven Correctional Facility in Beekman, New York up to the present. His numerous appeals for parole were all rejected.

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