• The New Women Of The 1920s Image And Reality
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    The "New" Women of the 1920 s: Image and Reality The 1920 s began with the end of World War I and ended with the stock market crash of 1929. Technological and economical growth flew threw this era and urbanization began. Things like radio and movies created a national 'pop culture' and new music: Jazz, some even refer to this era as the "Jazz Era." It was during this time of change and growth that women begin to gain a strong hold on equal rights. In 1920 the nineteenth amendment to the constitu...
  • Che Era Para Los
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    A el momento en que Ernesto Guevara, mejor e conocido como Che, fue asesinado en las selvas bolivian as, l era ya una leyenda viva, no solamente en Am rica latina, pero tambi n alrededor del mundo. Su imagen y lucha para realizar un cambio en el mundo eran evidente a todos. Pero cu n tos se sien ten que mucha de la leyenda de Che es realmente solo leyenda Dir a mucho. Porque han retratado al dios Che para ser diferent e del hombre que estaba realmente. Che nac i en 1928 a una familia de la clas...
  • Music In Middle Ages
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    The middle ages, (450- 1450), after the Roman empire fell this was a time of great change through chaos. The later part of the middle ages brought a period of growth with religious structures and universities. Most of society in the beginning of this era was influenced by the Roman Catholic church. During the middle ages the Roman Catholic church official music was the Gregorian chant, named after Pope Gregory I. This music was sung without instruments, set to sacred Latin texts. It was without...
  • The Era Women Amendment Rights
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    The Equal Rights Amendment was a proposal written in 1921 by Alice Paul, who was the founder of the National Woman's Party. It was designed mainly to invalidate many state and federal laws that she felt discriminated against women; its central underlying principle was that sex should not determine the legal rights of American men or women. This proposed amendment to the U. S. Constitution stated that "Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any...
  • Romanticism Romantic Opera
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    Romanticism Roughly from 1815 to 1910, this period of time is called the romantic period. At this period, all arts are transforming from classic arts by having greater emphasis on the qualities of remoteness and strangeness in essence. The influence of romanticism in music particularly, has shown that romantic composers value the freedom of expression, movement, passion, and endless pursuit of the unattainable fantasy and imagination. The composers of the romantic period are in search of new sub...
  • The Progressive Era Big Business
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    The Progressive Era Progressivism in the United States took place in the period between the Spanish-American War and the entry of the United States into the great World War. It was a time for change in America in all walks of life, as well as a time for reform. It was marked by Theodore Roosevelt's 7 and a half years in office, the Rough Rider put it upon himself to make the first strides towards reform. Thesereforms included the cracking down on illegal monopolies and so forth. During this era ...
  • Sonata Allegro Form Instrumental Music
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    Sonata Allegro Form The roots of this form can be traced to the simple binary form of the baroque era. With binary, the two sections are thematically similar with a sameness of texture and theme throughout the movement. The term sonata originally referred to instrumental music, not a particular form of composition. The Baroque sonata can be traced back to an instrumental song of the late Renaissance called cannon da sonar. This leads eventually to the trio sonata, for four instruments despite i...
  • Fashion Evolution Era Fashionable Change
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    Fashion evolution through the years Who didn't have been heard something about the most representative eras of the fashion, like 50 s, hippie's age, disco fever, or grunge? All these ideologies had been make an important change through the time. There exists a great evolution through the fashion of the 40 s to the 90 s, and it involves different ideologies, dress trends, shoes and hairstyles. I'm going to mention only the most representative eras of the fashion that marks a significant change in...
  • Baroque Music Era Style Word
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    The Music of the Baroque Era The style of polyphonic music containing elaborate ornamentation and contrasting elements, that is how Baroque music is defined. The Baroque era was a kind of transitional era in art and music. The Renaissance means rebirth and is typically regarded as such. The Baroque era in music is not a set style in music but many diverse styles which may be broken down into at least three distinct periods. A renewed interest in art and music was experienced throughout the Renai...
  • The Progressive Era People Things Problem
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    The Progressive EraT he progressive era was a time of great change, the way people thought and what they did began to change quickly. Industry and business also changed a great deal in this era, with the many new inventions and strong businessmen things where rapidly changing. The progressive era lasted about 40 years, from 1879-1920. In 1879 Tomas Edison invented the electric light, I guess you could say he just lit the way for may other inventions that people made during this time period. The ...
  • The Evolution Of British Poetry
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    The Evolution of British Poetry Throughout the literary history of the Renaissance, a gradual but dramatic change in the poetic style of the time becomes apparent. From one contribution to another, the rebellion between the poetic styles is evident. Early Elizabethan and Jacobean poetry demonstrates the love that mankind shares and the universal truths that the people of that time held so dear. On through the neoclassical and romantic eras, the style becomes centered on personal delight and warm...
  • History Of Fashion Styles Women
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    History of Fashion Fashion has changed a great deal over the past three centuries. As history changes it seems that fashion in some aspect changes with it to adapt to the era. Even today fashion continues to change as the years go on. Looking at fashion even 20 years ago we can see a difference from what we see in our everyday lives. For the purpose of this essay Fashion will be divided into three centuries, since not every era of clothing can be touched upon. The first era of fashion history in...
  • Reforms That Benefited The Individual Progressive Social Document
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    The Progressive Era The Progressive Era initiated reforms that benefited the individual and the whole society. Industrial and social reforms were launched to benefit the individual and the whole society. Movements were begun to help the individual benefit from the corrupt industrial system. Major reforms were instigated to enhance and preserve the social institution in America. Social reforms were thought needed in order to preserve the social institution in America. The fight against alcohol w...
  • United States Disco Era People
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    Christopher Edge Ms. Gali peau 1/31/02 Final Paper 1 What happened to Disco? Bellbottom, afros, music, sex and drugs can best describe the Disco Era. The Disco Era was a care-free time in which there were no rules. People danced the nights away. Most of the people of the Disco Era lived normal lives, working nine to five jobs during the week, but when the weekend rolled around they put on their bellbottom's and dancing shoes and hit up the Disco Clubs. This is an era that will never be forgotte...
  • Equal Rights Amendment Women State Era
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    The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was designed mainly to invalidate many state and federal laws that discriminate against women; its central underlying principle was that sex should not determine the legal rights of American men or women. The text of the proposed amendment to the U. S. Constitution stated that "Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex" and further that "the Congress shall have the power to enforce, by ...
  • Romanticism 1800 1850 Romantic Era
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      Romanticism "Each night, Leander would swim across a stretch of sea to meet his lover Hero, a priestess of Aphrodite. She would guide him by holding up a torch. One night, during a storm, Leander drowned. The grief stricken Hero threw herself from a tower. Here, the two dead lovers are shown in their tragic final embrace as their lives drift away" (Butler, Van Cleave, Sterling 152) This is the typical semblance of art in the romantic era portrayed by William Etty, one of many artists of...
  • Margaret Sanger Feminist Birth Control
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    Margaret Sanger and the Progressive Era Margaret Sanger was a radical, a feminist, a writer, and a leader of the birth control movement. Sanger published a journal, The Woman Rebel, all about her thoughts on this subject, in 1914. Her mission was to defy the law and provide women with contraceptive information. She believed that women could change the social structure of society by obtaining sexual equality through birth control. She soon became an activist and was determined to educate women a...
  • Beowulf Epic Hero Heroic Deeds And Loyalty To One's Leader
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    The Hero Beowulf It isth at. Beowulf was written during the Anglo-Saxon era, when heroic deeds and loyalty to one's leader wThe Hero Beowulf It is very common that a favorite tale told to a small child before he goes to sleep is actually a great epic story that has lived on for many centuries. The tale of Beowulf is just that. Beowulf was written during the Anglo-Saxon era, when heroic deeds and loyalty to one's leader w The Hero Beowulf It is very common that a favorite tale told to a small chi...
  • Anorexia Nervosa Era Disease Pituitary
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    Models Anorexia Nervosa Anorexia Nervosa Models are pretty and thin and are often taken as role models of success. However they must be underweight to look "perfect' on television and magazines. In order to be thin, they develop a disease called anorexia nervosa. Although anorexia and bulimia are related to eating disorders, anorexia nervosa has more background than bulimia. This essay states what anorexia nervosa is and for how long the disease has been around in society. There is more tan one ...
  • Antes Del Viaje Colon Era Fue
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    Antes del Viaje Cristobal Colon era un hombre de negocios, el era valente, el era aventure ro, el era tena z, el era comerciante y astute. Pero el era tambien un hombre de negocios ingenue porque el credo que iba a Oriente pero fue a America. Colon vivid de 1451 hasta 1506 y el paso siete anos de su vida con la preparation de su viaje. Estos fuer on los anos 1485 hasta 1492. Sobre todo Cristobal Colon era un sona dor. Su proyecto era ir al este por el oeste. Colon pen so que yen do al oeste pod...