Nobel Prize in Literature

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  • St. Frances Cabrini Research Paper

    Testimonial for St. Frances Cabrini St. Frances Xavier Cabrini was a perfect example of the Catholic faith, beginning her lifelong service as a little girl, following in the the steps of one of her primary role models: me, Rosa, her sister and teacher. Although our uncle and I guided her initially on her spiritual journey, Frances was an independent and self-sufficient young lady, securing a teaching license with the highest honors from the Daughters of the Sacred Heart. With her new license…

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  • Marie Curie: A Magnificent Scientist

    benefits and disadvantages of it. Thanks to Currie radioactivity is now frequently used to treat cancer and has the potential to save lives. Marie Currie was a powerful figure who benefitted society’s view of women through her winning of two Nobel Prizes, discovering radioactivity and two periodic table elements, and founding…

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  • Vladimir Lenin Research Paper

    Vladimir Lenin was a large figure in the revolution of the USSR and the future of Russia. Vladimir Lenin was born April 22nd, 1870 in Simbirsk, Russian Empire as Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (Владимир Ильич Ульянов). Some days later, he was baptized into the Russian Orthodox Church. He took on the alias Lenin in 1901 while doing underground party work. (http://www.biography.com/people/vladimir-lenin-9379007#early-years). He was born into a wealthy middle-class family, third of six children, along…

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  • Two Sides Of Extremism

    one of the most famous speech all around the world; then at 35 he won a nobel prize for peace "for the furtherance of brotherhood among men and to the abolishment or reduction of standing armies and for the extension of these purposes." stated the Nobel Institute. And instead of keeping the 54,000 dollars he received with the award, he put it right back into the civil rights movement(“Martin Luther King WIns the Nobel Prize for Peace”). Sadly, at age 39 he is assassinated in Tennessee by James…

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  • Brief Summary Of The Film 'A Beautiful Mind'

    John Nash, a Nobel Laureate in Economics, Directed by Ron Howard in 2002. This story emphasizes Nash 's graduate years at Princeton University where he starts to develop a mental disorder. Later doctors diagnose Nash with paranoid schizophrenia which causes Nash to start hallucinating. Nash struggles through his life and with the help of friends and especially his wife is able to recover. A beautiful mind is about a graduate student that attends Princeton University with the Carnegie Prize for…

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  • Tinbergen's Theory

    earned his doctoral degree in physics from Leiden University. There he studied his favorite subjects, mathematics and theoretical physics. Tinbergen was the eldest of five children; he would be the first in his family to accomplish the winning of a Nobel Prize, coming from one that had an academic background. Even before obtaining his education at Leiden University he won certificates indicating that he was an exemplary student. He attended a special school for the middle class and there he…

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  • Hildegard Von Bingen Analysis

    Vision: From the Life of Hildegard von Bingen tells the life story of a 12th century nun blessed with visions from God. A gifted healer, composer, and writer, Hildegard von Bingen (Barbara Sukowa) worked to fulfill her visions and share her findings with the world. She also labored to improve the lives of the women under her care. Even with her faith and many talents, Hildegard is shown to possess the same flaws as all humans. Despite these faults, Hildegard worked to bridge the gaps between…

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  • Gary Becker Research Paper

    In this essay I am going to discuss Gary Stanley Becker. He was born on December 2nd 1930 in Pottsville, Pensilvania and died on 3rd May 2014 in Chicago, Illinois. He was a major economist that received the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1993 for his work in widening the field of microeconomic study to include a increased range of human actions including non trade behaviour . I will discuss briefly his life and how it contributed to his work. Additionally I will aim to discuss his three main…

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  • Correlation And Experiments: Does Chocolate Make You Clever?

    make you Clever?” Link: www.bbc.com/news/magazine-20356613 Claim: The claim made in the article is that eating more chocolate could make people more smart and maybe even produce more Nobel Prize Winners. Correlational Evidence: Evidences shows there is a positive correlation with eating chocolate and the amount of Nobel laureates in each country. Possible Explanations: (i) Papers say that cocoa is good for you, so this could be why people are cleverer when they eat more chocolate. (ii) The…

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  • Marie Salomea Sklodowska's Impact On The World

    The first woman to win a noble prize for not just Physics but Chemistry too, would have a dramatic impact on the world as we know it today. Marie Salomea Sklodowska was a polish scientist, born on November 7, 1867 in Warsaw, Congress Kingdom of Poland, Russia. Marie’s mother, Bronislawa, and father, Wladyslaw, were both teachers and wanted Marie to have an education. During school when Marie became fascinated with the art of science Marie’s parents were extremely encouraging and supportive.…

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