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Delacroix

Delacroix

Delacroix. Liberty Leading the People. Outline. Introduction Part I. Romanticism Part II. Delacroix Part III. The July Revolution Part IV. Liberty Leading the People Conclusion References. Introduction.

By Ava
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John Donne (1572-1631) Anglican (Church of England) priest

John Donne (1572-1631) Anglican (Church of England) priest

John Donne (1572-1631) Anglican (Church of England) priest. Holy Sonnet 10 “Death be not proud”. Published in 1633 posthumously. Time Line - Elizabethans. TUDORS (English Renaissance) Henry VII (1485-1509)

By Ava
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British Literature

British Literature

British Literature. Vocabulary. Playwright Tragedy Comedy To represent Rare Pilgrimage Passion conviction. Great Britain gave the world a lot of talented people. Many famous writers and poets were born and lived in Great Britain.

By Mia_John
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The Medieval Period

The Medieval Period

The Medieval Period. England in the Middle Ages saw linguistic, religious, literary and political shifts 11 th to nearly the15 th c. = population boomed Black Plague – 1348 = population diminished Civic and cultural upheaval!

By manchu
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A.P. U.S. History Notes “The South and the Slavery Controversy” ~ 1793 – 1860 ~

A.P. U.S. History Notes “The South and the Slavery Controversy” ~ 1793 – 1860 ~

A.P. U.S. History Notes “The South and the Slavery Controversy” ~ 1793 – 1860 ~. “Cotton’s Is King!”. Before the 1793 invention of Eli Whitney ’s cotton gin , slavery was a dying business, since the South was burdened with depressed prices, unmarketable goods, and over-cropped lands.

By etta
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Sir Walter Scott Scottish Novelist and Poet

Sir Walter Scott Scottish Novelist and Poet

Sir Walter Scott Scottish Novelist and Poet. By Sara Smith. Early Life. was born August 15 1771 in College Wynd, in Old Town of Edinburgh to a solicitor Caught polio and survived however he lost use of his right leg Sent to Sandyknowe , his grandparents farm, in order to restore his health

By fionnuala
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James Fennimore Cooper (1789 - 1851)

James Fennimore Cooper (1789 - 1851)

James Fennimore Cooper (1789 - 1851). Leatherstocking Tales. James Fennimore Cooper. I. A Brief Biography. 1 . Life story 1) born in a rich family 2) attended Yale but expelled because of misconduct 3) five years at sea 4) inherited fortune and lived a comfortable life.

By melangell
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Classicism & Classical Music

Classicism & Classical Music

Classicism & Classical Music. Chapter 15. Cultural Setting. 1750 - 1820 Vienna, capital of the Austrian Empire center of musical activity Renewed interest in Greek & Roman history, philosophy, architecture, etc. Descartes. “I doubt, therefore I think, therefore I am.”.

By peers
(106 views)

Studying in Scotland

Studying in Scotland

Studying in Scotland. My university experience Michał Tomaszewski. Scotland. Scottish History. The Wallace Monument. Mel Gibbson as William Wallace in Braveheart. Scottish History. First traces of habitation 9500 years ago

By vevay
(89 views)

Frases Idiom áticas

Frases Idiom áticas

Frases Idiom áticas. Frases Inglesas con su equivalencia en español. Behind every great man , there is a great woman. ENGLISH. ESPAÑOL.

By hien
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The Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution. World History Mr. Simmons. Industrial Revolution in Great Britain. Began in 1780 ’ s because of improved farming methods, increased food supply lowered prices more money for purchase of manufactured goods and capital (investment money).

By bonifacy
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Part III The Literature of Romanticism

Part III The Literature of Romanticism

Part III The Literature of Romanticism. Historical Introduction Romanticism Transcendentalism. Historical Introduction. I. History of the Age II. Literary Characteristics 1. Romanticism 2. Transcendentalism. I. History of the Age. 1. Growth of population

By channery
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LITERARY BRITAIN

LITERARY BRITAIN

LITERARY BRITAIN. “Famous British Writers” 9 th form. William Shakespeare. 1564 – 1616 An English Writer of plays “Romeo and Juliet” Hamlet” Othello” “King Lear” “Twelfth Night” “The Merchant of Venice” “Richard III” ………. Daniel Defoe. 1660 – 1731 An English Writer

By gelsey
(68 views)

Sir Walter Scott

Sir Walter Scott

Sir Walter Scott. 1771-1832. Biography. Born Edinburgh 1771 (capital of Scotland), but largely raised by grandparents in Border counties (border with E ngland); son of attorney, trains in law himself

By laird
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How do we find out about the past?

How do we find out about the past?

How do we find out about the past?. L/O – To explore how historians find out about the past and decide why evidence is so important. Starter – In your books, brainstorm ways in which we can find out about the past. Doing History: Using Evidence.

By kael
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Chapter 17: Romantic Opera

Chapter 17: Romantic Opera

Chapter 17: Romantic Opera. Early Romantic Opera. Early Romantic opera Italian opera Bel canto opera German Romantic opera. Key Terms. Romantic Opera. Transcendence of artistic barriers Romantic era fused music & poetry (the Lied) as well as music & literature (program music)

By dacian
(419 views)

ABC Book of a New Nation

ABC Book of a New Nation

ABC Book of a New Nation. BY : JORDAN B. ,MASON, and RYAN. A is for ABRAHAM LINCOLN. ABRAHAM LINCOLN was a president. He did the Gettysburg Address. B is for JOHN WILKES BOOTH. He shot ABRAHAM LINCOLN at FORD’S Theater. C is for Civil War.

By javan
(106 views)

Sir walter scott And His poetry

Sir walter scott And His poetry

Sir walter scott And His poetry. Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) , Scottish writer and poet he is one of the greatest historical novelists and Poets. Walter Scott was born on August 15, 1771 in Edinburgh , Scotland .

By xenia
(287 views)

The Romantic Movement (1785-1832)

The Romantic Movement (1785-1832)

The Romantic Movement (1785-1832). Stuff Happening: 1785-1832. 1783: Treaty of Paris ends American Revolution 1788: Great Britain begins sending convicts to Australia, rather than America 1789: Storming of the Bastille! 1791: Mozart dies in Vienna 1799: Napoleon.

By len
(278 views)

The most famous words in literature

The most famous words in literature

The most famous words in literature. Shakespeare. To be or not to be that is the question. Blow, blow, thou winter wind, Thou art not so unkind As man's ingratitude; Thy tooth is not so keen.

By cais
(139 views)

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