Savien Cyrano de Bergerac: Savien Cyrano de Bergerac lived from March 6, 1619 to July 28, 1655. He was a French novelist and wrote many plays and novels as his living. The most significant aspect of Cyrano in the world today is Cyrano’s influence is one of the most famous works, Cyrano de Bergerac written by Edmond Rostand with an inpiration from Cyrano himself. Additionally, Cyrano is very well-known for his many plays like The Pendant Imitated.
William Shakespeare was an English poet, playwright, and actor, and commonly known as the greatest writer in the English language. Shakespeare's work has made a lifelong impression on later theatre and literature. In particular, he expanded the dramatic potential of plot, language, and genre. Until Romeo and Juliet, for example, romance had not been viewed as a worthy topic for tragedy. His work also influenced later poetry, and inspired many painters.
The most important progress that was very negative was the horrible work conditions for people during the Industrial Revolution, the Trail of Tears and other unfairness to Native Americans. America was slowly conquering all of the Native American land. In document 2, there is 11 maps that shows the amount of Native American owned land. It is very sad to see that in each image that the Native Americans get more and more land taken from them. The main idea that I am taking from this is that America was power hungry to get more land.
The Impact of William Shakespeare on American Society “To be, or not to be, that is the question.” These famous lines from William Shakespeare’s play “Hamlet” represents how Shakespeare is one of the most dramatic writers from his time. Shakespeare began his career during the reign of Elizabeth, which is often referred to as the Elizabethan Era or The Golden Age of Elizabeth because England was flourishing. Shakespeare was a poet, writer, and an actor, often regarded as the greatest writer in English language.
One interesting fact about the French Revolution is that during this time, France was in an economic, fiscal, and agricultural crisis and the middle class was suffering a financial injury. Because of it, they were living in a period of great hunger and who used to eat average two pounds of bread each day passed for a shortage of it. This deficit was due to the high cost of flour that skyrocketed because of the economic mismanagement of Louis XVI. It was one of the disagreements with the people, but not the unique. The French Revolution had four stages, five causes, and two effects.
This completely challenged Frances current system of an absolute monarchy. France also suffered through several years of poor harvests further increasing the gap between the rich and the poor. The years before the French Revolution would trouble both financially and socially, influenced by many more factors than the decisions of King Louis
The American depression had consequences even in Europe were countries still felt the after-effects of the war. However, it is in America that there were major dramatic repercussions. In fact, the Great Depression affected all the southwestern states called also Dust Bowl because the land dried up ad and turned to dust.
The 1920s and early 1930’s Great Depression eras were crucial and agonizing periods which affected majority of the people both physically and psychologically, during this time, not only in America but all over the World, there was a major economic crisis. There was a deflation in asset and product prices and disruption of trade, which ultimately resulted in widespread unemployment around the globe and eventually led to poverty known as the century of Great Depression. Because of the amount of influence the American economy had in the world, the US stock market was equally important to the world economy. More than 15 million Americans were unemployed at the worst point of the Depression, which was one-quarter of the labour forces in the United States. I chose these films ‘Of Mice and
To cite an instance, Brown University wrote, “because of illness and death workers became exceedingly scarce so even peasants felt the effects of the new rise in wages”(“social”). The population decline affected the economy in many ways. Though there were many negative consequences, there were also some positives, such as higher wages. Additionally, an excerpt from 'The Black Death’ reads “The Black Death did more than kill large numbers of people. It also altered many social customs disrupted trade, and made most people fearful of contact with strangers”(Bender 65).
These railroads, however, were expensive and needed many willing workers and finances to keep it going. During the Panic of 1873, many of the railroads that were built or in the process of building, got shut down. The economy was plummeting and the railroad companies could not keep up with the expenses. One Canadian-born,
The maritime barricade and development of a large number of troops over the area seriously influenced the economy, disturbing inside and outside exchange, and the enormous enrollment of laborers brought about a lofty decrease in horticultural and mineral creation. The war additionally devastated or upset political vocations and created disarray in the national government there were seven presidents and 10 distinct pastors of remote relations amid the two years of war. The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ended in the U.S.Mexican War. Signed on 2 February 1848, it is the most established settlement still in power between the United States and Mexico.
By the mid-eighteenth century, tensions between the Native American tribes and English settlers had mounted to an all time high. Mistrust was frequent, as was betrayal. Fighting could break out in a minute, and then be finished the next. Political relationships were broken because of a war and massacre; the economy boomed because of barbaric markets & fur trade. Yet, a lasting effect took place after a war and fruit picking that shattered relations with the tribes for years to come.
The Great Depression of 1929 was one of America’s most influential downfalls that crippled society for years. The depression caused many years of failure and poverty for almost all of society. The government’s role during these times was crucial and critical for turning around the economy. The depression had a major effect on government’s power and involvement with the people and states. The government was less involved before the depression.
The American Revolution lasted six years and the impacts of it were everlasting(Schultz, 2010). The effects were felt by every group of people in North America and many worldwide. Even though George Washington had all of his troops vaccinated against smallpox, the colonists were not so fortunate and as a results some estimates are that as many as one hundred and thirty thousand people died from this dreaded disease. This loss of life combined with the divisions among the colonies into those loyal to Britain and those who wanted freedom would forever change the way of life for the colonists.