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Superstition in the Play ‘Julius Caesar’

Superstition is considered a myth to most people, but for the ancient Romans, this was a historical belief. The Superstitions of Julius Caesar People can depict signs from numerous points of view, yet which of those can change a way an individual thinks, and at last, their choices? In some cases, overlooking or misconstruing these […]

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Christian and Muslim during the Black Death

The Black Death happened in the context of immense trade network. It originated in China, in about 1346, but due to the many trade routes, it was able to spread to many parts of Europe and Asia in just 4 years. Large trade networks such as the Silk Road and the Indian Ocean trade have […]

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Black Death Events

Black Death appeared in Europe by 1348. 1350, it had left, though it had killed between 30-60% of the population. In 1362, 1368, and 1381, it struck then again into the 18th century. An exposed person would first first experiences flu-like symptoms, and then would notice an inflation in their groin and beneath their armpits. […]

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Analysis of ‘Sir Gawain and the Green Knight’

‘‘Don’t let it be forgot, that once there was a spot, for one brief shining moment, that was known as Camelot!’’ Sir Gawain and the Green Knight is an epic poem written anonymously that chronicles both events in long ago England and life. The exact date of the poem’s creation is unknown but it’s estimated […]

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Rebirth in ‘Sir Gawain and the Green Knight’

The poet responsible for the creation of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight uses many literary techniques to teach his audience in more effective fashions. Symbolism may be the most prominent literary technique used in the poem, but it is not always easy to determine what each symbol represents. In some cases, such as Gawain’s […]

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“A Good Man is Hard to Find” (themes)

The short story “A Good Man is Hard to Find” has a lot of different themes involved. Since a long time ago there has being a issue of good versus evil, and that’s one of the themes. It also has other themes like: family, religion, society, and class. Good versus evil is developed because the […]

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“A Good Man is Hard to Find” (analysis)

The story begins in Atlanta and the family travels few hours south to the Town of Toomsboro. The second half of the story and the most important scenes take place in a ditch in the middle of nowhere. Throughout the story, the narrator seems to bring out the worst in each character. She points the […]

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What Caused the Salem Witch Trial Hysteria of 1692

Honing in on a period of time known for being scandalous and charged with strict religious beliefs, Salem in 1692 is dense with recognizable American history. The events of the momentous year caused hangings, trial hearings, a disrupted community, and death by being crushed. Schiff’s exasperating account of the Salem Witch Trials in 1692 synthesizes […]

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Chinese Religion in the Age of Science: Taoism and Confucianism

I have always wondered how science and religion are related. As the course progresses, I have come to the understanding that God is the main source of the existence of science and religion. Chinese religion and science see God in all things. Every religion and its science have an influencer or teacher that gains followers. […]

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Origins of the Halloween Holiday

I’m conducting research on the origins of Halloween. I chose this subject because I have always loved Halloween and it has a very interesting history. I plan to research the history and different meanings of Halloween throughout time. I will be looking at how Halloween got its start, how it has changed over the years, […]

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Life of Pi: the Lessons Learned of Pi’s Boundary-Breaking Faith

All around the world, everyone practices a religion of some kind. These religions range from Hinduism and Buddhism to Christianity and Judaism. There are some who don’t even know what to believe and are on their quest to discover the truth. Pi Patel, the protagonist of Life of Pi, finds himself on one such journey […]

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Religion in ‘Purple Hibiscus’

Religion is a very prominent theme in the book, “Purple Hibiscus”, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Throughout the whole book, there are my factors touching upon religion. Adichie uses different characters to display how religion is used and how people use religion differently than one another. The characters that can be used to discuss the use […]

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Propaganda against Catholicism

Catholicism was originally founded between the years 27 AD- 36 AD. At this time there was no other Christian denominations. If you believed in Christ, you were simply a Catholic. Deriving from the Greek word katholikos, the definition of Catholic is “universal.” This held true until 1054 AD when the Roman Catholic Church and Eastern […]

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