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Valentine's Day

Topic: Culture

Valentine's Day is a wonderful celebration that brings thrills for young and old. Having your own "Valentine" to pay attention to this love feast of Saint Valentine is wonderful. View school work »

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Daniel Defoe

Daniel Defoe was a British author who wrote Including Robinson Crusoe.
He was born in 1659 and died April 24, 1731.
He wrote books during the Enlightenment, and before that he worked as a spy / political journalist.
When he was 60 he wrote Robinson Crusoe, my favorite bok
Sometimes Defoe pay dearly for that the authorities do not like his books.
Robinson Crusoe is about a man who is shipwrecked on a deserted island in the Caribbean and is there for 28 years, he had a companion whom he called Friday because he find him on the day of the week Friday. View school work »

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Similarities and differences within Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

There are three major religions of the world that have sprung from the one God, the Creator, through one man, Abraham. In an effort to highlight the similarities and differences within these three great monotheistic religions, I have chosen to look at the core and creeds of these and compared rites, celebrations and feasts. The text is structured so that during each point outlines directions of each religion separately, and then highlights the differences and similarities I find. I would point out that this will be a comparison of religions in general because each of these three has numerous specializations and differences within their own religions. View school work »

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Manga

Topic: Culture

What is manga?

Manga (pronounced mah-n-gah) means Japanese cartoons.
They are extremely well known throughout the world.

The word itself means "sloppy / slovenly image" and has for centuries gone from the mean caricature of what we in the West call "comics from Japan". View school work »

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Pause in school

Topic: Culture

Sometimes you need to take a break. Why not with a little comedy. Here you have the chance to get "Humor from TV4" and "four points" on DVD for free.

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Incas

Sometime in the 1100s began Inca empire to grow around the town Cucso. It was a Quechua-speaking Indian peoples and the pre-Columbian state in western South America. During the 1200 and 1300s constituted inka one of the many small, rival hövdingdömmen that emerged from the wreckage of the Huari Empire. In the 1430s began Inca ruler Pachacuti a new empire building, which in less than a hundred years would lead to the pre-Columbian America's largest and most väladministrerande state. View school work »

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Islamic art and culture

The proliferation of messages

In the 600s CE. Muhammad succeeded one entire Arabian peninsula, from the current Kuwait and down to Yemen. View school work »

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Surrealism

Topic: Culture, Society

As with Impressionism, it was an art critic who named the new movement surrealism. It was Guillaume Apollinaire, who coined this expression when he described the Paris set of the ballet Parade. View school work »

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Maya Islands

Topic: Culture

Maya are interested in a lot of planets and stars. Then they built special observatories for studying celestial bodies. With its observatories, they made a calendar of the stars and planets.
The Mayan calendar should be 3113 BC as a base. Maya were also developed a numerical system in which it is assumed that humans had 10 fingers and 10 toes, which resulted in a system that built the century 20. View school work »

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NATIVE AMERICANS

Topic: Culture, Society

The Indians, along with the Inuit and Aleutians (two other races)
the backbone of America (North and South) indigenous. Identification Indians
they have received since Columbus would prove the earth was round and sailed out over
Atlantic. The first country he came in contact with was Cuba. Columbus believed the
they come to India. View school work »

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