In 1841 it was decided to restore Notre Dame, including as a result of the author Victor Hugo had made a campaign that His book "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" had also given a lot of attention around the Cathedral. The famous 1,800-century architect Viollet-le-Duc was one of two architects of extensive restoration, which lasted for 23 years. During the uprising in Paris (municipality uprising) in 1871 and during the second world war, nothing happened with the cathedral. Over the years, the cathedral was used as a framework for major religious and political ceremonies. Here were the royal weddings, state funerals and
Pollock was trained in drawing, painting, exposed to European Modern Art, and the Theosophical Society. (par. 2) Two years later, he made the decision to move in with his brother Charles whom had lived in New York for the past 8 years and proceeded to attend his brother’s art school until 1933. When becoming extremely poor and moving around (par. 3), Pollock obtained a job at the WPA Federal Art Project.
He was born in 31, December 1869 in Le Cateau-Cambrésis in Northern France. He was a painter, sculptor, drafts man, and printmaker. His mother was an amateur painter and his father was a corn merchant. He studied law from 1887 to 1891 and then decided to go to Paris, to become a painter. He drew some amazing paintings and all of them had a story behind it.
There are few pieces of evidence suggesting the location of the colonists. One of which was the word “CROATOAN” carved on a post and another was “CRO” carved into a nearby tree (Heckscher). Another compelling piece of evidence dates back to when White arrived after the war with spain and he noticed the buildings overgrown with grass and weeds. Hinting that the colony had abandoned the compound many months earlier (Prentzas). The abstract hints White had noticed and the vague carvings the colonists left only add to the mysterious disappearance of the Roanoke
Let’s be Fair Okay so I'm not really going to start off with Once Upon a time, I’m going to get straight to the point I am 30 years old, no husband, no kids, 2 cats named Kitty and Fluffy, and no job because apparently I act like a child and have no manners just because I painted the shop bright pink as if that was going to do any harm if anything I made that shop look new because boring old grey wasn't doing the store any good but honestly it's not even my fault I didn't know you had to ask the manager to upgrade the store I was just trying to surprise him and I guess that worked because when he walked in his eyes opened so wide and his face got really red he fired me on the spot. Aside all of that I just needed to get a life that
The initial action of the story was quite mysterious as no context is given to the reader, all the reader knows is that there are two characters, Gabriella and Liam, and that Liam isin Jasper Hospital for an unknown reason. From the narration the reader develops a recognition for the type of relationship the two share, “the scent reminds her of the homemade cleaning solution she prepared at Liam’s insistence. She used the mixture for a week, until she noticed it took twice as long to remove the grime as the concrete she bought at the janitorial supply store. Liam hadn’t notice she stopped using it.” (Helgason, 71) The initial action has a great hook, the hook occurs when the reader knows that Liam is in the hospital, this raises a lot of questions, why is he injured? How did he get injured?
Allegories by Delacroix are rare. If the Liberty Leading the People remains the best known, the most enigmatic, the Virgin of the Sacred Heart (Fig.1), was lost in Corsica during one century. However, in 1981, Jack Spector related the story of this one, originally commissioned to Géricault, and tried to find an explanation about its reject by Nantes, its destination . Thus, this article is prompted by the discovery of new document highlighting another title of the Virgin of the Sacred Heart, also known as a Triumph of the Religion. Indeed, it explains why the commission was rejected by Nantes to be sent to Ajaccio, and gives a new hypothesis about its meaning.
“Im going someplace where nobody knows that Charlie Gordon was once a genus and now he cant even reed a book or rite good.” (p.23) this line is taken from the very last progress report written by Charlie Gordon in the short story “Flowers for Algernon,” written by Daniel Keyes, 1959. In this report, Charlie describes how he is going to leave New York, due to an experiment gone wrong, thus making you doubt if such an experiment is even a good idea after all. Throughout this short story one gains an insight to the development of said experiment, from Charlie Gordon’s point of view through his progress reports, and is therefore able to understand it on a more personal level. In his reports, Charlie is instructed to write down his thoughts and feelings, giving you an opportunity to look into his emotional journey during this experiment as well. In the first couple of progress reports leading up to the surgery, Charlie is very hopeful and eager to learn, eg.
He also completed a doctorate in the study of art history in this University. Just a while later, in 1936, he decided to write his first book; A Little History of the World. He wrote this book to educate children and teenagers. Sadly, the book got banned by the German Nazi organization for peacemaking, which the Nazis didn’t want at that time period. But luckily, before the book got banned, he already fled to Britain in 1939.
"Fool," I had called my Chancellor. But surely that was my designation, for this document, sent to Austria-Hungary several weeks ago, had been completely ignored by myself until day before yesterday. And there, in the margins, in an ink so delible, were words that I should have written not two nights ago, but twenty. "A great moral victory for Vienna; but with it every reason for war is removed---" Unable to read any further, I allowed the page to drop to