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  • Percy Jackson The Lightning Thief Essay

    Purugganan, Jeff André C. BSE32 Professor Jesser Eullo Percy Jackson: The Lightning Thief The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan is a fantasy-adventure novel based on Greek mythology that can be dissected using Joseph Campbell’s Hero Myth. The Hero’s Journey in the story is the following: I. Separation/Departure A. Call to Adventure Percy Jackson’s mundane existence is a troublesome kid with a peculiar case of dyslexia and ADHD. He gets himself kicked out of every school he has ever been to.…

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  • A Sugar Factory Analysis

    trade. The decaying sugar used to build this piece exemplifies the story behind the placement and why it was created in the first place. She would name it, A Subtlety, or the Marvelous Sugar Baby. The posture of the Sugar Baby was very sexual. The arch in her back correspond with the gesture of a dog in heat.…

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  • Similarities Between Romane And Gothic Architecture

    Romanesque and Gothic architecture, for me, is a very interesting topic as one style evolved from the other. Romanesque architecture is believed to have developed between the 6th and 10th century, while Gothic architecture arose in the 12th century. Romanesque architecture is an architectural style of Medieval Europe, although in England, it is more often referred to as Norman architecture. It was the first style of architecture which stood out since the Roman Empire. Many of the Romanesque…

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  • Three Ancient Civilizations Essay

    Choose three ancient civilizations. What were the achievements of each of these civilizations? How did each of these civilizations make lasting contributions to humankind? Throughout history, ancient civilizations have created and developed important and lasting contributions to society. Among these civilizations are Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, and Ancient India. These civilizations have made meaningful contributions to areas such as architecture and technology, and have paved the…

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  • The Spanish Alhambra

    Alhambra and it holds the Hall of the Ambassadors, also holds the largest room in the Alhambra (Mirmobiny). The ceilings of the Hall of Ambassadors are decorated in intricate details of mainly gold, hues of blue, and red. The ceilings also mimic an arch like structure that protrudes down to a geometric point and the pattern is repeated to the walls that frame the windows with fine details. The arched windows revitalize the room with the natural lighting and you are able to see the sophisticated…

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  • Robert Adam's Influence On Palladian Neoclassicism

    Robert Adam was one of the most important British architects, he transformed Palladian Neoclassicism in England into the airy, light, elegant style, his main force was the harmony between his design elements that extended beyond architecture and interiors to include both the fixed and moveable objects, his style was influenced by classical designs but he coupled this with his study of other styles such as the Italian Renaissance and didn’t follow them strictly the way Palladianism did.…

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  • Personal Essay: Why I Use Linux

    Often I am asked why I use Linux and if I would I would recommend it to them. I wish the answer was an easy one. I cant speak for every Linux user however, most that I have met have something similar in mind, Freedom. It usually begins with friends or other acquaintances that somehow coerced me into helping them fix or repair their computer. I always bring a decently equipped USB drive with all sorts of Windows programs to help debug and repair but my most valuable tool is my ArchLinux laptop…

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  • Essay On Jain Shrine

    This piece of art that I have researched, will be writing about, and comparing to other pieces of art is the Jain Shrine. The country of origin that these shrines come from is India. Unfortunately we do not know of the artist that created any of the Jain Shrine’s in particular that are still preserved today. It is suggested that more than likely a wealthy individual from northwest India would have had this small shrine created for his own private Jainism religion purposes. Jainism is a religion…

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  • Oral Health Education Case Study

    diseases in our societies. Oral health education is necessary to improve individual oral hygiene through the effective communication of oral health education information to individual and the community in general. The mouth is generally regarded as a gateway to the body through which all body requirements pass through. It is the mouth that initiates digestion of food with the aid of its component such as teeth, saliva, tongue, etc. The oral cavity is designed…

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  • Christianity Vs. Islam During The Middle Ages

    Christianity vs. Islam During the Middle Ages, both Christianity and Islam began to be highly expressive of their religion via artwork. Although both Christianity and Islam came about in the Middle East during medieval times, they have totally different ideas on their god and its nature. Christians believe in God as a Trinity: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Muslims believe in one God, Allah, and “ anyone who says God is anything but a single entity is guilty of blasphemy” (Carey).…

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