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Pablo Picasso
Number of words: 551 - Number of pages: 3

.... 1900 and 1902, Picasso made three trips to Paris, finally settling there in 1904. He found the city's bohemian street life fascinating, and his pictures of people in dance halls and cafés show how he assimilated the postimpressionism of the French painter Paul Gauguin and the symbolist painters called the Nabis. The themes of the French painters Edgar Degas and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, as well as the style of the latter, exerted the strongest influence. Picasso's Blue Room (1901, Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.) reflects the work of both these .....


Cicero
Number of words: 743 - Number of pages: 3

.... country". This was the climax of his career. At the end of 60, declined Caesar's invitation to join the political alliance of Caesar, Crassus, and Pompey, and also Caesar's offer in 59 of a place on his staff in Gaul. When Publius Clodius, whom had antagonized, became tribune in 58, was in danger, and in March fled Rome. In 57, thanks to the activity of Pompey and particularly the tribune Milo, he was recalled on August 4. landed at Brundisium on that day and was acclaimed all along his route to Rome, where he arrived a month later. Pompey renewed his compac .....


The Life Of Malcolm X
Number of words: 957 - Number of pages: 4

.... sent her to a mental hospital. Malcolm attended school until eighth grade living with different families. When his teacher stopped him from trying to become a lawyer, he dropped out of school and went to his older half sister, Ella, who lived in Boston. There, he took a job as a shoeshine boy at the Roseland Ballroom. A career as a hustler seemed a more tempting option, and he was soon peddling narcotics. He met a white girl named Laura who quickly became his girlfriend. Having a white girl and being a very good dancer, he soon was a notorious young man with .....


Ernest Hemingway
Number of words: 1728 - Number of pages: 7

.... Thesis Statement: Ernest Hemingway's experience in World War I affected his actions, writings, and emotions throughout his life. Introduction While handing out chocolate bars on the West Bank of the Piave River, Ernest Hemingway was severely wounded by a mortar shell. Even with both his legs penetrated with fragments of ammunition, he carried an Italian soldier to safety. For his courage he was awarded the Croce de Guerra and the Medaglia d'Argento al Valor M .....


Malcolm X: By Any Means Necessary
Number of words: 885 - Number of pages: 4

.... caught and sent to prison. Malcolm was sentenced to 8 years in prison while Sophia was only sentenced to 2 years because she was white. This relates to the social organization of arrest, which suggest that police arrest blacks at a higher rate than whites. While Malcolm was in jail, he was well known to the guards. One time he was asked to state his number, but instead he said he forgot his number. The guards beat the hell out of him and sent him to the darkroom. In the darkroom he met Brother Baines. Baines was a man everyone respected including th .....


Cicero
Number of words: 743 - Number of pages: 3

.... country". This was the climax of his career. At the end of 60, declined Caesar's invitation to join the political alliance of Caesar, Crassus, and Pompey, and also Caesar's offer in 59 of a place on his staff in Gaul. When Publius Clodius, whom had antagonized, became tribune in 58, was in danger, and in March fled Rome. In 57, thanks to the activity of Pompey and particularly the tribune Milo, he was recalled on August 4. landed at Brundisium on that day and was acclaimed all along his route to Rome, where he arrived a month later. Pompey renewed his compac .....


Thomas Jefferson
Number of words: 4784 - Number of pages: 18

.... concern is that to you?" queried the President in turn. "We wish to give it fitting celebration." "For that reason, I decline to enlighten you; nothing could be more distasteful to me than what you propose, and, when you address me, I shall be obliged if you will omit the 'Mr.' " If we can imagine Washington doing so undignified a thing as did President Lincoln, when he first met our present Secretary of State, (John Sherman) and compared their respective heights by standing back to back, a sheet of paper resting on the crowns of Washington and Jefferson w .....


Euclid
Number of words: 803 - Number of pages: 3

.... no use for any of the mathematics he was learning. Euclid quickly called to his slave to give the boy a coin because "he must make gain out of what he learns." Another story relates that Ptolemy asked the mathematician if there was some easier way to learn geometry than by learning all the theorems. Euclid replied, "There is no royal road to geometry" and sent the king to study. Euclid's fame comes from his writings, especially his masterpiece Elements. This 13 volume work is a compilation of Greek mathematics and geometry. It is unknown how much if any of the .....



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