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John Reed’s “Ten Days that Shook the World”
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This 5 page report discusses John Reed’s 1934 account of the Bolsheviks and the Russian Revolution of 1917. Reed was an unapologetic communist before communism became demonized. His book and Reed himself, have inspired a great deal of controversy. Through Reed’s commentary, it is possible to understand many of the objectives and fundamental goals of the revolutionary leaders and that the larger intention of the Russian Revolution was not at all evil but was based on the most basic of premises -- equality. No doubt, readers would see the corrupt sides of the Revolution if Reed’s book had gone further than the October Revolution. Bibliography lists one source.
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Doctor Zhivago / Yuri And Pasha
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This 5 page paper compares and contrasts the two characters of Yuri and Pasha. They are on opposite sides of the ideals of the revolution, one being raised in an aristocratic family and one fighting against the aristocracy and yet, they have much in common. The writer also discusses the effects of the Russian Revolution on these two men. No Bibliography.
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Russia Through The Year 1917
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11 pages in length. As a collective people, early Russians experienced great cultural, social and political hardship, having long been under Mongol oppression. Interestingly, however, this period of complete domination did not serve as a lesson for when they were to ultimately emerge from such persecution; rather, Russia continued forth by perpetuating the totalitarian form of government. The Russian value system has typically reflected it people's strong and constant constitution. They have always been a people who do not take lightly the important aspects of life, including money, power and livelihood, having historically followed a strict rule of guidelines and standards that have served to keep them on track. Harboring little tolerance for things not done according to regulation, the Russians have been quite adept at creating a stable and secure value system for both their industrial and personal success. The writer discusses the development of early Russia through the year 1917. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: TLCrussa.doc

Robespierre/Declaration of the Rights of Man
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A 5 page research paper that examines the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the writings of Maximilien Robespierre. The writer argues that both the Declaration and Robespierre's political philosophy have their origin in the philosophies of the Enlightenment. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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French Declarations of the Rights of Man, Woman, & the Citizen Analyzed
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A 1 page paper which compares the 1789 French Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen with its 1791 feminist update, The Declaration of the Rights of Woman and Citizen, written by Marie Olympe de Gouges.
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A Comparison Between the Northern and Southern Renaissance Artists
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This 5 page paper looks at the differences in style between the northern and southern renaissance artists. The comparison is made by comparing the nudes from artists such as Michealangelo, Leonardo de Vinci, Bronzino and Correggio. The bibliography cites 1 source.
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A Comparison of Two Italian Renaissance Paintings
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A 5 page research paper that compares two Renaissance works ñ the painting on the Sistine Chapel ceiling by Michelangelo and 'School of Athens' by Raphael. The writer argues that both of these works display the Renaissance fascination with ancient Greek philosophy. Bibliography lists 5 sources. 99mic&ra.wps
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Early Renaissance and Baroque Styles:Botticelli and Rubens
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The Renaissance began in Italy in the fourteenth century, flourished in the fifteenth, and in the sixteenth reached apogee and then crisis in Italy while it spread through most of Europe. The latter period is considered by most to be the Baroque period. Botticelli was an influential painter of the early Renaissance while Rubens painted in a classic Baroque style. This 6 page paper explains the characteristics that define the paintings of the Renaissance and the changes that defined the Baroque period. It gives examples of why Botticelli was considered a Renaissance artist and Rubens a Baroque artist, then compares two of their paintings in terms of the characteristics of the period. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Filippo Brunelleschi: Linear Perspective As It Relates To Renaissance And Baroque Architecture
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5 pages in length. Italian architect Filippo Brunelleschi helped to bring art and architecture to an entirely new plateau of appreciation. Responsible for re-establishing the notion of linear perspective, the writer discusses Brunelleschi’s application of the mathematical concept ushered in the era of naturalism in both Renaissance and Baroque architecture. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCfilip.doc


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