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  • The dictionary definition of bleach is "the whiteness that results from removing colour from some thing." The process of bleaching is now extensively applied in science. It is a process that provides a handy solution to countless industrial...

    History of Bleach

    History of Bleach

    by hassam22

  • Even before World War II, there was tension between Japan and China. After the war, that tension only accelerated. First there was the trouble regarding Japanese occupation of China as in the Nanking Massacre. With that in the past, Japan and China...

    Japan and China's Post-WWII Relationship

    Japan and China's Post-WWII Relationship

    by Rebecca Graf0

  • The soldiers of WWI were unprepared for the Horrors of life in the trenches, In the war to end all wars the soldiers in the trenches were living in what was called "Hell on earth"

    World War One Trench Warfare

    World War One Trench Warfare

    by James Paterson916

  • The book of John informs us that the "Word"-"Jesus" was in the beginning of creation. A frequently repeated, untranslated Hebrew word in the Old Testament reveals this very truth.

    The Aleph and Tav in the Hebrew Scriptures

    The Aleph and Tav in the Hebrew Scriptures

    by Tamarajo4

  • "The total effect of a novel depends not only on its innate impact, but upon the experience, literary and otherwise, with which it was approached." Flannery O'Connor, Total Effect and the Eighth Grade As one of the most overlooked and...

    A Sense of Mystery: The Writing and Style of Flannery O'Connor

    A Sense of Mystery: The Writing and Style of Flannery O'Connor

    by collegatariat9

  • Edwin Booth, the great Shakespearean actor, achieved his fame through tragedy. Ironically, the tragic assassination of President Lincoln by his younger brother nearly undermined his success.

    Edwin Booth: 19th Century Tragic Actor

    Edwin Booth: 19th Century Tragic Actor

    by Brian Lokker6

  • I've read about the supposed difficulty of many languages. Some I don't know at all (like Chinese or Arabic, which I'd imagine are difficult), but I did have the opportunity to learn one of the hardest, and supposedly the most grammatically-complex...

    Most Difficult Languages - Polish

    Most Difficult Languages - Polish

    by Jason Menayan467

  • Sara grew up with an embarrassingly eccentric grandmother named Mags and her hippie friends. But death brings Sara back to a small town to learn about the woman she hardly knew and her lost love.

    The Hideaway Book Review and Recipe

    The Hideaway Book Review and Recipe

    by Amanda Leitch0

  • There is no simple answer to the question of whether Hinduism is monotheistic, polytheistic, pantheistic, or something else entirely. The term “Hinduism” embraces a wide array of philosophies and practices, and while certain Hindus may think and...

    Is Hinduism Monotheistic or Polytheistic?

    Is Hinduism Monotheistic or Polytheistic?

    by Justin Aptaker8

  • In this article we answer the question "what is the grammatical function of a pronoun?" And we also take a detailed look at all the grammatical functions of pronouns.

    Grammatical Functions of Pronouns

    Grammatical Functions of Pronouns

    by myvenn10

  • The mystery of what happened to the colony of Roanoke has baffled historians, scientists, and anthropologists for centuries. Will the mystery ever be solved?

    The Mysterious Roanoke Colony

    The Mysterious Roanoke Colony

    by Kayla Ronzani2

  • There's nothing like the feel of a good book in your hands, especially when it's over 1000 pages long. Here is a list of ten books over 1000 pages to read.

    10 Books Over 1000 Pages to Read

    10 Books Over 1000 Pages to Read

    by Lisa13

  • There are exceptional women everywhere whose names remain unfamiliar, even unknown. The following six Bible mothers are among them but each displays unique significant strengths of character.

    Four Bible Mothers and Their Significant Strengths

    Four Bible Mothers and Their Significant Strengths

    by Dora Weithers52

  • The speaker in "Two Tramps in Mud Time" dramatizes his encounter with two unemployed lumberjacks who covet the speaker's wood-splitting task.

    Robert Frost's "Two Tramps in Mud Time"

    Robert Frost's "Two Tramps in Mud Time"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • Invocation for a Public Meeting After receiving more than 16,000 views of my previous hub "Sample Invocation", I felt that another sample for a different context would be appropriate. This is based on more than 20 years of experience praying...

    Sample Invocation for a Public Meeting

    Sample Invocation for a Public Meeting

    by mbogartministries8

  • Painful yet hilarious, this book is one of the most brutally honest and necessary books of our time, about mental disorders, hope, and humor, even when you sometimes have to ride the spiral downward.

    Turtles All the Way Down Book Discussion and Recipe

    Turtles All the Way Down Book Discussion and Recipe

    by Amanda Leitch1

  • Intro: Athens is one of the best known cities of the ancient world. With a rich culture and a legendary legacy it is one of the best known cities of the ancient world. The Athenians endured famine, plague, wars, and the destruction of their city but...

    The Golden Age of Athens

    The Golden Age of Athens

    by Anonemuss21

  • This article analyses the text Burial Rites by Hannah Kent. This includes an analysis of the effect of the setting, the issue of female and religious oppression, archetypes, etc.

    An Analysis of Burial Rites by Hannah Kent

    An Analysis of Burial Rites by Hannah Kent

    by Simran Singh0

  • A British soldier of the Great War might have saved the world a great deal of pain if he had squeezed the trigger on his rifle at the right moment.

    How Hitler Cheated Death–for a While

    How Hitler Cheated Death–for a While

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • I've recently read some things claiming that a Christian cannot be solitary. But that belief shows ignorance. Let's discuss the idea of practicing religion alone.

    Thoughts on Solitary Christianity: Go For It!

    Thoughts on Solitary Christianity: Go For It!

    by Rachael Lefler3

  • The office of the President of the United States was a creation of the Constitutional Convention of 1787. But where did they the Convention delegates get the idea from? Here I explore briefly their initial rejection of executive authority, along with the influences of republicanism, whiggism, and the Bible on the thinking of the framers.

    Where Did  the Idea of an

    Where Did the Idea of an "American President" Come From?

    by William R Bowen Jr1

  • The French Revolution; Jacobins; Reign of Terror; Guillotine; Vendee Uprising; King Louis XVI; Robespierre; Bigot; Illuminati; Cult of Reason; Atheism; Communism; Feminism; Satanism; the Antichrist.

    The French Revolution: Cause and Effect

    The French Revolution: Cause and Effect

    by James A Watkins61

  • The speaker is becoming habituated to listening to her beloved tell her," I love you." Thus she is instructing him to tell her repeatedly those beautiful words.

    Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnet 21

    Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnet 21

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • Writing a review of an online service or website is different from writing a product review. Through experience writing website reviews, I've discovered some things that help.

    How to Write a Review of a Website

    How to Write a Review of a Website

    by Jimmie Lanley12

  • He is the most famous pirate of all time, yet many of the stories told about Blackbeard are more myth than fact. This hub examines several myths about Blackbeard, and reveals the truth behind these stories.

    Myths and Facts about Blackbeard the Pirate

    Myths and Facts about Blackbeard the Pirate

    by Glen Nunes11

  • You don't have to be a samurai warrior to appreciate the code of ethics written for the samurai. Learn to apply the values of 'bushido', or the way of the warrior, in modern life.

    Bushido Values That Are Still Relevant Today

    Bushido Values That Are Still Relevant Today

    by Rachael Lefler3

  • Agatha Christie remains one of the most popular and famous of mystery writers. She often used poison to dispatch her victims. This article covers some of the common, and readily available, poisons she used, plus also the not-so common poisons.

    Poisons Used in Agatha Christie's Books

    Poisons Used in Agatha Christie's Books

    by Anne Harrison12

  • Natsume Soseki’s Kokoro is a fiction novel written in 1914, two years after the end of the Meiji era and the death of Emperor Meiji. This historical event assists Soseki in creating a contrast between tradition and modernity.

    Natsume Soseki's Kokoro Analysis

    Natsume Soseki's Kokoro Analysis

    by Brittany Kennedy5

  • This article summarizes the artistic movement known as Futurism and suggests its importance in early twentieth century modern art.

    Why Was Futurism Important?

    Why Was Futurism Important?

    by Kelley13

  • This article discusses the differences between meat being kosher by designation of the animal and slaughter along with additional ethical precepts such as treating an animal to prevent suffering.

    Is Veal Kosher?

    Is Veal Kosher?

    by Natalie Frank3

  • Romantic poet John Keats wrote this sensuous, pastoral ode knowing he was closer to death than at any time in his young life. To Autumn is bursting with rich natural imagery - full analysis.

    Analysis of Poem " To Autumn " by John Keats

    Analysis of Poem " To Autumn " by John Keats

    by Andrew Spacey0

  • The speaker in Galway Kinnell's "Blackberry Eating" compares the experience of eating blackberries to that of pronouncing his favorite words.

    Galway Kinnell's "Blackberry Eating"

    Galway Kinnell's "Blackberry Eating"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • The epitaph “Minerva Jones” is the first in a series of five interrelated poems: “'Indignation' Jones,” “Doctor Meyers,” “Mrs. Meyers,” and “'Butch' Weldy.”

    Edgar Lee Masters' "Minerva Jones"

    Edgar Lee Masters' "Minerva Jones"

    by Linda Sue Grimes2

  • Chester Arthur, the 21st United States President, was the only one in Office who never had a Vice-President the entire time he was in the office.

    Chester Arthur: 21st President

    Chester Arthur: 21st President

    by Angela Michelle Schultz1

  • Some Greek leaders of the Trojan War come to mind immediately, such as Achilles and Agamemnon. Others may take longer to think of, such as Nestor and the two Ajaxes. Read on for a comprehensive listing of all the Achaean forces and their leaders, as well as short bios of the most important leaders.

    Greek Leaders in the Trojan War

    Greek Leaders in the Trojan War

    by Brainy Bunny9

  • Descriptions of the Canterbury Tales characters, provided by a retired British Literature teacher.

    Canterbury Tales Characters

    Canterbury Tales Characters

    by Holle Abee28

  • Carp art - and in particular koi art - is some of the most famous artwork to be exported from Asia. In "Chinese and Japanese Koi Fish Art", Chinese and Japanese carp paintings, koi art, and the history and cultural significance behind the carp are discussed.

    Chinese and Japanese Koi Art

    Chinese and Japanese Koi Art

    by truefaith73

  • Chinese culture is full of symbolisms derived from amalgamations of Chinese characters or folkloric worship. Here are 9 Chinese Symbols you are likely to come across during your China vacation.

    9 Chinese Symbols to Know for Your China Vacation

    9 Chinese Symbols to Know for Your China Vacation

    by Kuan Leong Yong0

  • The Titanic sunk as a result of a collision with an iceberg in the North Atlantic on that fateful night in 1912. The next day, icebergs with noticeable damage were found nearby and photographed.

    Answered: Where Did The Titanic Sink?

    Answered: Where Did The Titanic Sink?

    by Melanie Palen12

  • The first people in Ireland were hunter gatherers, and they almost certainly migrated from Britain to Ireland as the last ice age ended. The earliest known site of human habitation in Ireland is at Mountsandel, near Coleraine in Northern Ireland....

    A Brief History of Ireland's First People

    A Brief History of Ireland's First People

    by Marie McKeown12

  • The famous poet Virgil Wikimedia Commons Dido, the Phoenician Queen in Virgil's The Aeneid, is a tragic character who is a victim of the will of the gods. Enchanted by the god Amor, Dido becomes hopelessly enamored with Aeneas and abandons all else...

    The Tragedy of the Phoenician Queen Dido in "The Aeneid" by Virgil

    The Tragedy of the Phoenician Queen Dido in "The Aeneid" by Virgil

    by Schatzie Speaks7

  • Thomas More's Utopia was humanism in renaissance literature. How much was More influenced by the Renaissance? Like other humanists in the Renaissance, he looked to the future influenced by the past.

    Thomas More Utopia—Humanism in the Renaissance

    Thomas More Utopia—Humanism in the Renaissance

    by Jools9912

  • There are few couples in the history of America who have had as beautiful and influential a marriage as that of Jonathan and Sarah Edwards. He is still renowned as one of the foremost theologians and preachers of his day, and widely respected as a...

    The Life of Sarah Edwards

    The Life of Sarah Edwards

    by collegatariat8

  • One of the most famous ships in sailing history, the RMS Titanic sank on her maiden voyage in 1912. Here are 15 interesting facts about the ship and the disaster.

    15 Interesting Facts About the RMS Titanic

    15 Interesting Facts About the RMS Titanic

    by Paul Goodman5

  • Sterling A. Brown's "Southern Cop" dramatically portrays a bundle of anger, authority, rage, and racism. The importance of the speaker weighs more heavily than the actual characters in the poem.

    Sterling A. Brown's "Southern Cop"

    Sterling A. Brown's "Southern Cop"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • The rough beast in Yeats' widely noted poem is an aberration of imagination, not a viable symbol for what Yeats' speaker thought he was achieving in his critique of culture.

    W. B. Yeats' Rough Beast in "The Second Coming"

    W. B. Yeats' Rough Beast in "The Second Coming"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • The Journey is a metaphorical poem about the need to challenge and move on and upwards. How to ignore those negative voices, leave the dark house behind and progress into the light.

    Analysis of Poem "The Journey" by Mary Oliver

    Analysis of Poem "The Journey" by Mary Oliver

    by Andrew Spacey0

  • Emily Dickinson's American (innovative) sonnet reveals an attitude dramatized in the Shakespeare sonnets: the poet's confidence in her creation of a world of beauty that will last forever.

    Emily Dickinson's "There is another sky"

    Emily Dickinson's "There is another sky"

    by Linda Sue Grimes2

  • Modern foreign teaching methods are easier to understand and develop if you are well acquainted with the foreign teaching methods used in the past (most of them are still used today in some form and integrated into new teachings).

    ESL Methods—English Language Teaching

    ESL Methods—English Language Teaching

    by Jasmine37

  • These two Biblical heroes had very different reactions to cruelty, injustice, and betrayal.

    Jonah and Joseph

    Jonah and Joseph

    by Anna Watson3

  • 50 years have come and gone since the day a bullet took the life of President Kennedy spraying blood all over Jackie's pink suit. That outfit still exists but you'll never see it in your lifetime.

    Whatever Happened to Jackie Kennedy's Pink Suit?

    Whatever Happened to Jackie Kennedy's Pink Suit?

    by Jason Ponic2

  • When we think of the ancient Romans as historical; an ancient people from the past. But we often forget that the Romans had an entire history of their own filled with rich traditions.

    Roman Historiography: The History of Roman History

    Roman Historiography: The History of Roman History

    by Christy Kirwan4

  • With self-confidence, motivation to communicate, and constant practice, people can become successful in learning a second language. This hub suggests ten characteristics of the good language learner.

    Ten Characteristics of the Good Language Learner

    Ten Characteristics of the Good Language Learner

    by Paul Richard Kuehn26

  • Classroom quotes from the Book of Proverbs are listed under the following headings: Obedience, Good Education, Good vs Bad Habits, Good Conduct, and Good Friendships. Perfect for daily use.

    50 Classroom Quotes From the Book of Proverbs

    50 Classroom Quotes From the Book of Proverbs

    by Dora Weithers57

  • Mark Doty was out shopping when he came across a fresh fish display and was struck by the elegance of the mackerel. His poem explores individuality, grief and the mystery of the common good.

    Analysis of "A Display of Mackerel" by Mark Doty

    Analysis of "A Display of Mackerel" by Mark Doty

    by Andrew Spacey0

  • F. Scott Fitzgerald with only daughter, "Scottie." www.google.com Born to the most famous and celebrated couple of the 20th century, during the Jazz Age, an era that her father named himself, Frances Scott Fitzgerald was born in 1921 in St. Paul,...

    Frances Scott "Scottie" Fitzgerald  1921-1986

    Frances Scott "Scottie" Fitzgerald 1921-1986

    by Suzette Walker13

  • Carl Sandburg, inspired by a book of Japanese haiku, wrote this little poem whilst passing near Chicago harbor. Fog is one of his best-known short poems. It captures the silent mystery of the cat.

    Analysis of "Fog" by Carl Sandburg

    Analysis of "Fog" by Carl Sandburg

    by Andrew Spacey0

  • Learn how to identify, interpret, and write about a symbol in a work of literature. Ace your English class! Suitable for high school English or college-level literature.

    How to Write a Symbolism Essay

    How to Write a Symbolism Essay

    by Nadia Archuleta1

  • Discover the masterful story telling in Jules Verne's classic, The Mysterious Island. This review also covers the parallels and differences between the book and the hit television series, LOST.

    Book Review: The Mysterious Island by Jules Verne

    Book Review: The Mysterious Island by Jules Verne

    by MacPharlain20

  • At the Reagan Presidential Library and the Reagan Ranch Center, one can see a remarkably personal symbol of Ronald Reagan the man, a clue to his character that reveals far more than armored limousines

    Trooper Ronald Reagan:                                     The Gipper's US Cavalry Legacy

    Trooper Ronald Reagan: The Gipper's US Cavalry Legacy

    by TankerCMD3

  • William Shakespeare wrote 'The Tempest' in around 1610. I interpret this play as a metaphor on colonisation. The story, which tells of a usurped duke and the shipwreck he arranges in order to to exact retribution, includes a number of themes: conflict and resolution; love and romance; nature and nurture; illusion and reality; vengeance and repentance; power and the abuse of power; colonisation and ‘otherness‘. Colonisation and otherness are a particularly interesting aspect of this Shakespeare p

    Shakespeare's Presentation of Colonialism in ‘The Tempest' - Theme Analysis

    Shakespeare's Presentation of Colonialism in ‘The Tempest' - Theme Analysis

    by Tricia Mason9

  • Discusses the element of estates satire in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Provides information and examples for each of the three estates.

    Canterbury Tales as an Estates Satire

    Canterbury Tales as an Estates Satire

    by Anaya M. Baker3

  • Discusses the domestication of animals and plants during the Neolithic Revolution, including how domestication occurred in different regions, why domestication occurred, and its consequences.

    When Did People Domesticate Animals and Plants?

    When Did People Domesticate Animals and Plants?

    by Tiffany R Isselhardt1

  • A pioneer in the world of computer programming, Ada Lovelace was a gifted math and science scholar who would bring computers to the world more than a century after her death.

    Women in History—Ada Lovelace

    Women in History—Ada Lovelace

    by Sherrie Weynand2

  • In John Milton’s Paradise Lost, Satan is a major figure of the narrative. The poem’s intense focus on his temperament presents a psychological profile of someone with a conflictive personality. Among his fellow fallen angels, he is a...

    Sympathy for the Devil: An Analysis of Satan in Paradise Lost

    Sympathy for the Devil: An Analysis of Satan in Paradise Lost

    by Charles Reis1

  • Americans often assume that most German civilians knew next to nothing about Hitlers Final Solution and were unaware that the SS controlled and administered the concentration camp system. While the death camps were located in conquered Poland, hundreds and hundreds of concentrations camps were scattered across the populated areas of Germany, most within walking or biking distance of towns and cities. They were not hidden; they served as public warning to opponents of the Nazi regime.

    What Did Most Germans Know About the Nazi Concentration Camp System?

    What Did Most Germans Know About the Nazi Concentration Camp System?

    by Theresa Ast193

  • Japanese phrases that are used everyday and will help fill in those gaps in conversation and build fluency. All phrases shown have audio examples added for pronunciation.

    Fluency-Building Phrases in Japanese

    Fluency-Building Phrases in Japanese

    by Akbok8

  • Dwight D. Eisenhower, the 34th United States President, had served in both World Wars, yet never saw active battle. Known for the nickname "Ike," "I like Ike," was his catchy Presidential slogan.

    Dwight D. Eisenhower: 34th President

    Dwight D. Eisenhower: 34th President

    by Angela Michelle Schultz3

  • Founded in 1832, Skullyville was one of Oklahoma’s oldest, most important towns. Throughout its brief but turbulent existence, Skullyville served as the capitol of the Choctaw Nation, was a key stop on the renowned Butterfield Stage Route, was ravaged by the bloody Civil War, and was known as a cultural and educational center.

    Skullyville, Oklahoma: Gold, Choctaws, and Covered Wagons

    Skullyville, Oklahoma: Gold, Choctaws, and Covered Wagons

    by Eric Standridge11

  • This article explores the arguments for and against the idea that Charles Bukowski was a misogynist. It includes an assessment of Bukowski's background, criticism of his novel, Women, and the infamous kicking incident filmed during a Barbet Schroeder interview.

    Was Charles Bukowski a Misogynist?

    Was Charles Bukowski a Misogynist?

    by Paul Goodman14

  • Her Kind is an early poem by Anne Sexton, published in her first book To Bedlam and Part Way Back. It is full of dark imagery, written as the poet was battling against depression and inner demons.

    Analysis of Poem "Her Kind" by Anne Sexton

    Analysis of Poem "Her Kind" by Anne Sexton

    by Andrew Spacey0

  • Quite often it’s the not so life-threatening confrontation with life that we feel most threatened by. The standard of human fear is thus without definition. Everyone lays claim to a different host of particular sensitivities. We all have them,...

    Analysis of Tobias Wolff's "Hunters in the Snow"

    Analysis of Tobias Wolff's "Hunters in the Snow"

    by gclitty2

  • God reveals Himself by many names throughout the scriptures that express a quality of His character that is vital for us to know. One in particular stands out to me lately in reference to the miracle of the five loaves and two fish as told in all four of the Gospels (Matthew 14:13-21, Mark 6:31-44, Luke 9:10-16, and John 6:5-14) - signifying a lesson that applies to every sphere of our life. El Shaddai the "All Sufficient One" is the name that reminds me of the Lord at this event.

    El Shaddai—The All Sufficient God

    El Shaddai—The All Sufficient God

    by Tamarajo50

  • Gĩkũyũ is written with seven vowels. Two of the additional vowels are i-tilde (ĩ) and u-tilde (ũ). These are: a (low /central), e (ɛ Mid-low/Front), i (high/front), ĩ (e Mid-high/Front), o (ɔ Mid-low /Back), u (High/Back), ũ (o Mid-high/Back). Kikuyu and Italian seem to share the same vowels - /a/, /e/, /ɛ/, /i/, /o/, /ɔ/, /u/

    Kikuyu Language Online: Phonology

    Kikuyu Language Online: Phonology

    by Emmanuel Kariuki11

  • This is an analysis on Sylvia Plath's poem Daddy. It explores a deeper meaning found between the lines of this poem. Is the vampire in this poem her mother? Continue reading and decide for yourself.

    Vampire - An Analysis of Sylvia Plath's Poem

    Vampire - An Analysis of Sylvia Plath's Poem "Daddy"

    by Lisa Williams0

  • M.C. Escher, or Maurits Cornelis Escher, was a graphic artist known for his creative, and mind boggling drawings, woodcuts, lithographs, and mezzotints.

    The Artwork of MC Escher

    The Artwork of MC Escher

    by Rufus893

  • What is the cost of war? A rundown of the financial and human costs of World War 1 by country.

    World War 1: The Cost of War

    World War 1: The Cost of War

    by James Paterson25

  • Winston Churchill was one of the greatest wartime leaders of the 20th Century. Despite a privileged upbringing, he was a low achiever at school and had a rocky military and political career.

    20 Facts About Winston Churchill

    20 Facts About Winston Churchill

    by Paul Goodman3

  • I don't know about you, but I'm completely obsessed with finding out where words come from. The study of word origin is known as 'etymology.'

    10 Words With Interesting Etymologies

    10 Words With Interesting Etymologies

    by ben nu4

  • “If, then, you sometimes fall, do not lose heart, or cease striving to make progress, for even out of your fall God will bring good, just as a man selling an antidote will drink poison before he takes it in order to prove its power.” ~ St....

    Summary of St. Teresa of Avila's Interior Castle

    Summary of St. Teresa of Avila's Interior Castle

    by Jenna Ditsch14

  • Cajuns, Mardi Gras, Voodoo, jazz, the French Quarter, Storyville, hurricanes, floods, the Mississippi River, the Big Easy. Explore the unusual history of New Orleans.

    The History, Culture, and Music of New Orleans

    The History, Culture, and Music of New Orleans

    by James A Watkins57

  • These contemptuous F-Words are divided into subsections for describing people, animals and things, also for use as verbs. Meanings are added for those who are interested in learning something new.

    50 Unfriendly F-Words You Can Say Instead

    50 Unfriendly F-Words You Can Say Instead

    by Dora Weithers64

  • In A. E. Housman's "When I was one-and-twenty," the speaker at age twenty-two reports the truth of sage advice he received at age twenty-one about falling in love.

    A. E. Housman's

    A. E. Housman's "When I was one-and-twenty"

    by Linda Sue Grimes2

  • Sidney Sheldon is the 7th best selling author of all time. He has written over 200 scripts for TV series, but it is his 18 novels for which he is best known. I'd like to introduce you to five of my favourite Sidney Sheldon novels.

    Top 5 Sidney Sheldon Books

    Top 5 Sidney Sheldon Books

    by Melanie Chisnall35

  • Originally written for an Air Power theory course given at the University of Nebraska at Omaha in December 2009. This gives the RC-135 story based upon fact rather than fiction.

    RC-135 History: The Hidden Hero of the Skies

    RC-135 History: The Hidden Hero of the Skies

    by AFTiggerIntel54

  • The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is one of the most significant contribution to the literary world made by Robert Luis Stevenson. But, was it also a allegorical of his orientation?

    Was Dr. Jekyll Gay? A Scholar Believes So

    Was Dr. Jekyll Gay? A Scholar Believes So

    by Dean Traylor0

  • The Bible covers many different eating customs. There are some interesting things concerning eating in the Bible. Most people don't recognize the eating motifs as customs.

    Eating Customs in the Bible

    Eating Customs in the Bible

    by Margaret Minnicks2

  • Do you know what euphemisms are? This article takes a look at what euphemisms are and some of the most common euphemisms for death, sucide, pregnancy, going to the toilet, etc.

    Euphemisms for Death, Suicide, and Others

    Euphemisms for Death, Suicide, and Others

    by myvenn1

  • In the transition to the world of communism, Stalin initiated several policies in an attempt to bring the Soviet Union to the forefront of the world stage. This involved increasing the productivity of the nation’s industrial products and a better...

    The Soviet Reason for Agriculture Collectivism

    The Soviet Reason for Agriculture Collectivism

    by Rebecca Graf0

  • Life was hard for soldiers and conscientious objectors alike during World War 1. Find out why men became "Conchies" and how they were treated.

    Conscientious Objectors During WW1

    Conscientious Objectors During WW1

    by Judith Hancock35

  • If love is the universal language and "I love you" is the most important thing to say, how will you tell the world how you feel? Here are more than 165 ways to say "I love you" in different languages.

    How to Say

    How to Say "I Love You" in 165+ Languages

    by Daisy Mariposa302

  • Everybody knows the United States of America. But where do the names of all the states come from? The aim of this page is to chart the origins and meanings of the names of all 50 States of the Union.

    The Origins of the Names of All 50 U.S. States

    The Origins of the Names of All 50 U.S. States

    by Greensleeves Hubs12

  • The villainous character of "Daisy Fraser" is portrayed as she tries to trash the reputations of other residents of Spoon River.

    Edgar Lee Masters'

    Edgar Lee Masters' "Daisy Fraser"

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • In all, it’s a magnificent piece, one that, while short, conveys some very important solutions for social problems that even members of modern society have difficulty dealing with. Cahan skillfully communicates the need to act, to “strike while the iron is hot,” and not to wait while it cools for fear that sparks may fly into our faces or that the steel may crack.

    Where The Timid Fail: An Analysis of Abraham Cahan’s “A Sweatshop Romance”

    Where The Timid Fail: An Analysis of Abraham Cahan’s “A Sweatshop Romance”

    by Earl S. Wynn6

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