One of the most fascinating things is the advancement in medicine throughout history. The history of mass deaths and illnesses and how medicine has stopped if not eliminated these diseases shows the advancement of people and education throughout history. As there have been many medical epidemics that spanned throughout history that have caused havoc on populations in the world, there are other impacts that expand past the loss of lives. Therefore, not only is the cure of illness itself incredibly
finest motifs, as competition was fierce in the Greek world to surpass previous works of art. The Archaic age was best known for the emergence of stone statues of humans, such as the limestone Kouros who is male and Kore who is female statues. Statue of Kouros in 590
South Africa We have seen the movie Invictus witch revolves around Nelson Mandela as he tries to unite all of the South African people, blacks and whites, trough rugby amongst other ways. He wishes for the disappearing of apartheid, and that all its scars can be left in the past. This movie shows a turning point in Africa’s history, but where did it start? What happened that could make a country so in need for equality which should be the obvious best, and what happened afterwards and until now?
she is insignificant within the novella. It’s also said to be that Curley’s wife contributes to the death of their dream, when she enters the light form the outside is cut off it states this in chapter two “the rectangle of sunshine in the doorway was cut off”, this could relate back to the dream and Curley’s wife could be a distraction in order to get to this which can be foreshadowing the death of Georges and Lennie’s dream. The treatment and living conditions that the workers are exposed to within
maddened state, he writes “in an unsteady hand” (92) his new philosophy: “Exterminate all the brutes!” (92) Kurtz’s hubris in thinking that he could overcome the wilderness without sacrificing anything leads him to attempt to conquer the darkness of the world, and then, as evidenced by his change in philosophy, become an agent of the cruelty he once opposed. Kurtz does come close to reaching his goal. He claims “I was on the threshold of great things” (123), but the wilderness wins over him, he enters a