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501 wordsPicasso development toward cubism reached its climax with the monumental justly celebrated Demoiselles d Avignon (1906). This painting, named for a brothel in Barcelona's Avignon Street, depicts, in a highly stylized form, five angular nude or partially draped women grouped around an arrangement of fruit. This final, condensed version, developed through many preparatory works, was attained by gradual simplifications and eliminations of an originally conspicuous subject matter. 1. LINEAR (SHARP C...
Book Les Misrables
1,258 wordsLes Miserables: One of the Greatest Works of Literature Les Misrables was written by Victor Hugo, and published in 1862. It has been translated into many different languages, and turned into a play and movie as when as being a book. When a friend asked Hugo why he wrote the book he replied as follows, "I condemn slavery, I banish poverty, I teach ignorance, I treat disease, I lighten the night, and I hate hatred. That is what I am, and that is why I have written Les Misrables". The book Les Misr...
Licences D'importation Les Formal Its De Licences
5,895 wordsMesures non tarifaires 2008 Le plan TOC o "1-3" h z u I. Introduction PAGEREF Toc 187593109 h 21. Mesures non tarifaires: la notion et l'essence PAGEREF Toc 187593110 h 32. Les dfinitions principaux et types des mesures non tarifaires PAGEREF Toc 187593111 h 33. Classification selon lOrganisation mondiale du commerce PAGEREF Toc 187593112 h 8 II. Les obstacles non tarifaires dans le commerce extrieur PAGEREF Toc 187593113 h 81. L'tude des obstacles non tarifaires dans le rglage du commerce extri...
Les Miserables Victor Hugo
442 wordsLes Miserables Victor Hugo had a significant way of making every single character in this story unique. The rich, the poor, the lonely, the elderly, the beautiful, and the powerful, were all bound together by the main character, Jean Valjean. Try to remember when you were just an innocent child getting in trouble for something insignificant. Of course, every child would run away from his or her punishment. The main character in Victor Hugo's Les Miserables lived his whole life running away from ...
Never Ending Search For Freedom
677 wordsThe Grand Spirits of The Miserable Javert and Valjean The world is composed of light and dark. It is of evil and good, concrete and abstract, black and white, planes and curves, stark and subtle. Like the faces of the coin, these opposing forces can never fully merge into the other, yet as separate entities, they make up a singular material which cannot do without one of the two missing. This is Les Miserables, a never ending search for freedom which can only be the fruit of acceptance. This is ...
Pierre And Marcus And Alex
1,496 wordsLast year, Gaspar Noe's unbelievable film Irreversible was released. Being that I live in America and I don't often have the chance to hit up big time film festivals around the country, it took me a bit of time before I managed to catch it. Was it worth the wait? I think so. In fact, I think that in terms of the technical side of film, Irreversible is one of the best films I've seen in the past two years or more. The camera is unbelievable here -- it matches very well the emotions experienced by...
Nguyen Van Le
1,056 wordsSearching for peace in war Staring silently out the window on a chilly Sunday morning, Nguyen Van Le still hears the screams of children devastated by landmines and relives again, the sights of crying wives at the loss of their husbands. 'Like so many young boys, I was plagued with an absence of a father I never experienced or knew truly about'. The loss of his father in the hands of brutal Vietcong guerrillas caused immense emotional grief within the family and it was difficult to contemplate l...
Dr Le Grades On A Curve
1,202 wordsAugust 19th, 2002, 4: 00 pm: The first day of school. I am sitting in a classroom waiting for the instructor to arrive. The class was Philosophy 2: Introduction to Logic. There were dozens among dozens of students. Most were enrolled, but quite a few of the students were hoping to add the course. The classroom setting was more than familiar to me. My Economics class was held in this room the previous semester. The room was on the west side of the building, and since it was late in the afternoon,...
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