In comparison with the architectural advance in Vietnam, the progress in the world witnessed some great shifts in terms of its modern style in the 19th century. It can be named Neoclassical architecture which is an architectural style produced by the neoclassical movement that began in the mid-18th century. Neoclassical Period emerged as a response to the birth of a new nation and after the discovery of the ancient Roman city. At that time, there were typical architectural movements such as classical revival, romanticism, eclecticism, new materials-new techniques, Arts and Crafts movement, schools of Chicago. In the first phase, due to spontaneous explosion of capitalist architecture which shown somewhat chaos.
For instance, the poet David Humphreys (1752-1818) developed The Widow of Malabar (1790) from a French source. While Dwight and Barlow devoted their time to create a national epic, Royall Tyler (1756–1826) was busy trying to establish a national tradition of American drama (Ibid 40). He is most known for The Contrast, written in 1787. It was the “first comedy by someone born in America to receive a professional production” was praised as “proof that these new climes are particularly favorable to the cultivation of arts and sciences” (qtd. in Gray 40).
St. Thomas Aquinas (c. 1225 - 1274) was an Italian philosopher and theologian of the Medieval period. He was the foremost classical proponent of natural theology at the the peak of Scholasticism in Europe, and the founder of the Thomistic school of philosophy and theology. The philosophy of Aquinas has exerted enormous influence on subsequent Christian theology, especially that of the Roman Catholic Church, but also Western philosophy in general. His most important and enduring works are the "Summa Theologica", in which he expounds his systematic theology. Aquinas was born around 1225 to a noble family in the small town of Roccasecca, near Aquino, Italy.
Italy was the birthplace of the futurist movement that started in 1909 Artists of the futurist movement, though once rejected by scholars, that futurists had their own political agenda with their work (Futurism). But further research throughout history has
This paper is a critical review on the life and achievements of Giuseppe Maria Garibaldi. A military and political figure of the 19th century or as the Italians call him ‘father of the fatherland.’ This paper will analyze how he went from being a typical sailor to one of the key figures in the unification of Italy. Interpretations from historians will vary, from an Italian’s perspective to a British perspective criticizing Giuseppe Garibaldi which will result in a final judgement from both these interpretations. To conclude, I will be giving my own judgement to see whether in fact, Garibaldi was the man, Italians claim to be. Born Giuseppe Maria Garibaldi on July 4 1807 in Nice, France to Giovanni Domenico Garibaldi and Maria Rosa Nicoletta Raimondo.
One of the masterpieces of English architecture is known as, Lord Burlington’s villa at Chiswick. This villa lies on the outskirts of London and is a depiction of Palladianism architecture. Richard Boyle, The 3rd Earl of Burlington, and the help of William Kent, designed and constructed the Chiswick villa. Both were influenced by the Palladian style and were inspired by tours of Italy and Rome, which sparked their architectural careers and the design of the Chiswick
Villains of the Victorian Age: A Comparison Between Thomas Gradgrind and John Thornton The Victorian Age, which spans roughly the period from 1832 until 1901, is a term that covers England’s era of scientific revolution, economical progress and the country’s transformation to an industrial society. Novelist and historian Walter Besant observed the transformation of the mind and habits of the ordinary Englishman during the reign of Queen Victoria, after whom the Victorian Age is named. By 1897, he stated that the Englishman “would not, could he see him, recognize his own grandfather” (qtd. in Greenblatt 1018). The most remarkable reactions to contemporary industrial society came in the Condition of England novels of the 1840s and early 1850s.
The revolutionary settlement led to the enactment of a bill of rights that fundamentally altered the society and social and political institutions. The new settlement set the country on a path towards a constitutional monarchy. The Bill of Rights is considered to be the beginning of a new order. It is also credited with being a critical event because it turned England into an industrial nation and was the divide between the ancient and modern ways. While the great chain of being was medieval, this Settlement put England on the path to modernity.
He regarded force as an important part and to convert force of spirit into real force was necessary. He stressed on the theme of force, grandeur and greatness of the spirit. He identified himself and Italy with the glory of imperial power. In 1936, Spain was under the rule of General Franco. He succeeded as ruler of Spain after the civil war.