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  • The Bauhaus: An Influential Artistic Movement

    De Stijl is Dutch for “the style” and it proposed ultimate simplicity and abstraction, both in architecture and painting. The visual language of the movement consists of straight lines, squares, rectangles, and the same primary colors that were prominent in expressionism. Curved lines and circles were considered to be representative of nature and were…

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  • Essay On Gothic Art

    Barbarian Gothic Tribes destroyed the roman empire and its culture in the fifth century. This style of art can be looked at in almost every aspect of art. It comes in the form of painting, sculptures and most importantly architecture. Although painting was not as important as the architecture it still helped with the development of the era. The paintings during this era were centered…

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  • Goth Symbolism In Gothic Art

    mainly a method of building, many Gothic characteristics appeared first in architecture. Many of the world 's great cathedrals and churches were built in the Gothic style between the 12th and 16th centuries. From roughly 1000…

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  • Unwind Book Report

    each part of a teenager’s body is taken out to use for someone else who needs it. Unwind is set in the far future in the United States of America. A civil war has been fought called the “Heartland War” by two sides. The sides were pro-life and pro-choice fighting over whether abortion should be legal or not. In the end, the two sides agreed that unwinding was a good compromise and the Heartland War was over. Obviously, the government would be the antagonist because they are what made unwinding…

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  • Roman Culture Influence On American Architecture

    One of the most interesting things about architecture is how the cultural ideas of a certain time period shape architectural form. Culture reflects the ideals and the entire way of life of a group of people. As cultural ideas change over time, so do the buildings that go with it. While there are broad periods where many cultures had a set of shared beliefs, each region had its own twist on the physical interpretation of those values. Romanesque architecture emerged from a time of religion…

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  • Why Abortion Should Be A Crime?

    unrepresentative sample studies going back to the early 1900’s. Thirty-two years prior to Roe v. Wade the average number of illegal abortions occurring was 98,000 (Adamek, Raymond J). Although this is still a huge number it is less than 10% of what the pro-choice movement would want you to believe, and it is less than 8% of the 1.3 legal abortions that occur every year. By the Supreme Court legalizing abortion, they have cause 13 times as many deaths of unborn children and has exposed 13 times…

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  • Importance Of The Perceptual Learning Skills And Strengths Of A Student

    The Discovery Wheel helped me discover my skills and my strengths and weaknesses as a student. All the skills total scores were relatively close to each other. The skills I scored the highest in are note, communication, and purpose. I have always been good at taking notes during class and writing my own notes while reading my textbook. Having good note taking skills are a valuable asset to have to be a successful student, Not only are the useful for quizzes and tests but also can be helpful to…

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  • Analysis Of Pro-Birth, Not Pro Life By Nick Anderson

    Pro-Birth, Not Pro-Life There is a large amount of controversy surrounding the ethical issue of abortion. Many conservatives and or people of certain religious denominations denounce abortion, calling it murder and shaming women who choose to terminate their pregnancy for any reason. Though these "pro-lifers" are adamant that all pregnancies be carried to term, and all conceived children be born no matter the circumstances, many of these people are also those fighting to defund federal…

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  • Americans Love Moms, Why Do We Let Them Die? By Nicholas Kristof

    Americans Are Mommy Loving Liars The author, Nicholas Kristof, wrote “ If Americans Love Moms, Why Do We Let Them Die?” effectively. Kristof’s main purpose throughout the article is to persuade his audience that that although Americans claim to love mothers, they’re lying. According to Kristof’s, the United States contains the most motherhood deaths compared to any other advanced country due the way our health care plans are structured. The author’s credentials and background allowed him to…

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  • Abortion Definition

    Caring for the Unborn and Their Mother, the author, Randy Acorn, takes on the religious approach on addressing the most debated question. Alcorn’s book is mainly about persuading those who chose pro-choice to pro-life, and those who are pro-life to think why they chose that way and not just stating “I know I’m right, but I’m not sure why?” (20). His second chapter starts with an event for pro-life, that include his self, his wife and several other people…

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