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Adoration of the Magi by Sandro Botticelli is a Renaissance painting located in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence Italy. Botticelli painted many of these adoration paintings on commission but the Adoration of the Magi seems to be the most popular. This painting is on a wooden altarpiece and shows different people looking at one another […]

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Purchasing toys for children is one shopping that parents enjoy and look forward to. And with the wide range of toys available in the market from various reputed brands the task becomes fun and informative often. There are many toys that can help the children to learn lessons that could be useful in the future […]

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‘The Damned Human Race’ by Mark Twain is a satire on the mankind that reflects how it has ended up into a state worse than that of the animals. The writer aims to highlight the darker side of the coin of morality which according to him, like any other virtue, carries its own vices. He […]

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Definition of Anti-Semitism: Discrimination against, prejudice or hostility toward Jews. Dorothy Parker’s fans know about her best-selling books, poems and short stories. They are also keenly aware that Dorothy co-founded the Algonquin Round Table in the 1920’s. In the 1930’s she was nominated for an Academy Award for her screenplay to A Star Is Born. […]

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If you ask a dozen people in the street whether they’ve heard of the Charge of the Light Brigade, they’ll almost certainly all say they have. If you ask them definitively what went wrong, few, if any, will know. So let’s tell the story of this glorious disaster that occurred during the Battle of Balaclava, […]

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About 6000 years ago, a civilization possessing a technology so advanced at the time that it seemed alien suddenly sprouted in the land between the Tigris and the Euphrates rivers, part of the so-called “Fertile Crescent.” The early Greeks were the first to call this area Mesopotamia, which means “land between rivers.” These people (we […]

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Daedalean Exile

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Once upon a time and a very good time it was there was a moocow coming down along the road and this moocow that was coming down along the road met a nicens little boy named baby tuckoo…(P1). Stephen Dedalus, the young modern intellectual of Dublin, leaves his hometown at the end of A Portrait […]

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The Origin of Vampires Mesopotamia is the “world’s cradle of civilization”, the home of the kings, the home of the world’s earliest city including the Western civilization, and Abraham’s birthplace. Mesopotamia is popular for its writings and codes for its kings. The early vampires’ descendants came from the sacred race of the Ubaid who settled […]

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The value of traveling as a part of education is great. Books give the students the theoretic knowledge. It is a second hand knowledge based on the experiences of others. Traveling gives students first had and practical knowledge. Such a knowledge is more valuable and permanent. Personal and practical experiences are never forgotten. They stand […]

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Jay Gatsby and J. Alfred Prufrock are two modern literary protagonists who've probably never been dead in the same room together. Although both turn-of-the-century men are in love with utterly unattainable women, their attitudes towards life, the universe, and everything could not be more opposite. Gatsby amasses a fortune, buys a mansion, throws lavish parties, […]

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