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George Bernard Shaw was born in Dublin in a family belonging to the Irish Protestant gentry. Apart from the musical education he received from his mother, he was practically self-educated. At the age of 20 he went to London and set to work as a novelist. He wrote five novels in all, but none of them made him famous. In 1884...
BNR is a public institution, created as an effect of an organic law. More then 100 years ago. The law, dated on April 17th - 29th 1880, "for the setting up of a discount and emission bank, under the name of Romanian National Bank", offered the exclusive privilege of this institution to issue the Romanian state currency....
Henry VIII , Tudor king of England ( 1509-1547 ), and founder of the Church of England . The son of Henry VII , he profoundly influenced the character of the English monarchy . Henry was born in London on June 28 , 1491 , and on the death of his father in 1509 succeeded to the throne...
Some important dates in the history of The British Museum. 1753. On 7 June, King George II gave his assent to the British Museum Act for the purchase of the collections of Sir Hans Sloane and the Harleian collection of manuscripts. To this was added the library of Sir Robert Cotton, which had formed the nucleus of the...
Immense gorge cut by the Colorado River into the high plateaus of northwestern Arizona, U.S., noted for its fantastic shapes and coloration.The broad, intricately sculptured chasm of the Grand Canyon contains between its outer walls a multitude of imposing peaks, buttes, canyons, and ravines. It ranges in width from about 0.1...
With these words, Caesar begins the Bellum Gallicum, his own account of the Gallic Wars. The books of this unique work, which were written at the end of each year, were sent to the Senate in Rome, probably as supplements to an eventual application for a Triumph. The excuse for the war was the supposed crossing of the Helvetii...
Charles Dickens was born on February 7, 1812 at Lamport, Portsmouth, being the second of the eight children of John Dickens, a clerk in the Naval Pay Office.John Dickens' work took him from place to place, so that Charles spent his childhood in Portsmouth, London and Chatham. In 1823 the family moved to London, faced with...
"It may be that there are demoniac forces within us, and outside, set to destroy us; it may be that we will finish in darkness and despair and suicide. And it is of the eminent dignity of a man and a woman to look this possibility in the face: to know at last this may be. The greatest Greek tragedies are a constant education...
Constantin Brancusi, is a famous Romanian sculptor (b. 1876 Hobita-Pestisani, Gorj, Romania - d. 1957 Paris, France), one of the first great creators in the modern art. In 1894 he entered the Craftsmanships School in Craiova, to go then to the National Fine Arts School in Bucharest (1898-1902), where, for a short while, he...
During his conquest of Gaul, Caesar had seen to it that his part of the Gallic loot was wisely spent in preserving and fortifying his position in Rome. His Populist acts as Praetor and Consul had severely alienated the middle group of senators and he needed to use Pompeius's connections with this group to legitimate his...
Nothing in the Cheyenne legends recalls migration to the North American Continent. Rather it was believed that the first Cheyenne lived under ground and were led to the surface by one fo their more adventuresome people, who, following a small source of light, discovered the world above them.It is suspected the Cheyenne were...
Henry James (1843-1916) was born in New York. Coming from a rather well-off family, he enjoyed good education and travelled extensively to England, Switzerland, France and Germany. He graduated from Harvard Law School. He started his literary career with a volume of short-stories, "A Passionate Pilgrim" (1871). In 1876 he...
Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle and the Limbo of the Lost, a geographical area of about 3,900,000 sq km (1,500,000 sq mi), between Bermuda, Puerto Rico, and Melbourne in Florida (located 55°W to 85°W and 30°N to 40°N), in which there have been numerous unexplained disappearances of ships and aircraft....
In 1598, Francis Meres described Shakespeare as "the most excellent in both sides - comedy and tragedy". His comedies are unsurpassed for the marvellous harmony they establish among so many apparently discordant elements. His tragedies, rightly interpreted, do not reveal a spirit of gloom and disillusionment. Yet, if we...
Artistic and cultural activity in Britain ranges from the highest professional standards to a wide variety of amateur involvement. London is one of the leading world centers for drama, music, opera and dance. Other cities are serve as centers of artistic excellence in their regions. Some 650 professional arts festivals take...
The territory now part of the United States has been inhabited for from 15,000 to 40,000 years, as attested by local evidence. The aboriginal peoples, ancestral to today's American Indians, left no firm monuments on the scale of contemporaneous cultures elsewhere, but both the pueblos of the Southwest and the great mounds of...
Shakespeare was born 23rd of April 1564, the same day as the day of his death, 52 years later - at Stratford on Avon, a small town in Warwickshire, in the heart of England.His father, John Shakespeare, was a glover, a wooddealer and perhaps a butcher. About 1565 John Shakespeare was elected to various public offices. His...
"Agatha Christie is the most widely published writer of any time and in any language. Only the Bible and the plays of Shakespeare have sold more edition than the murder mysteries".One could ask, after reading the fragment quoted, a simple question: "Why?" and we believe that the answer to this question would make an eloquent...
My personal qualities are:confidence - there are many situations that demonstrate the level of confidence that I have in myself or my manager has in me.creativity - there are many situations where I came up with creative solutions to many problems.independent/self - starter is my ability to work independently.pressure is my...
Process of Privatization and Restructuring of Enterprises in Romania and Poland after the Fall of Communism
After decades of domination of centrally-planned economic system, countries of Central and Eastern Europe began a long and difficult process of economic transition to market economy. This process consists of economic stabilization, trade liberalization, major changes in social system, development of sound financial system,...
Like Joyce and Proust, Hemingway is a writer who uses the material of his own life to construct fiction. For example, "A Farewell to Arms" (1929) was inspired by his war experience in Italy, and "For Whom the Bell Tolls" (1940) reflects part of his experience after travelling in Spain. He believed that the writer's role was...
Henry James was in many respects the inspirer of the modern experimental novel. His theory of the novel is based on the premises laid down in his famous essay "The Art of Fiction", where he asserts that the novel should be concerned with the major values of life: "The only reason for the existence of the novel is that it does...
The British Museum is one of the greatest museums of the world. It was founded by Act of Parliament in 1753 and is now governed under the British Museum Act 1963. General management and control are vested in a Board of twenty-five Trustees (one appointed by the Sovereign, fifteen by the Prime Minister, four nominated by...
A complete, authoritative account of Shakespeare's life is lacking; much supposition surrounds relatively few facts. His day of birth is traditionally held to be April 23; it is known he was baptized on April 26, 1564, in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire. The third of eight children, he was the eldest son of John...
The Brooklyn Bridge from New York City S.U.A. , Crosses the East River connecting the Island Manabattan with the Long Island near Brooklyn. The bridge had been a great impact over New York .It was finished on 1883, and from that day Brooklyn and Manbattan were never two separated cities The Brooklyn Bridge is a...
Population: 1.5 million,mostly German-speaking Austrians; also Czechs and HungariansFamous former residents: Beethoven, Brahms, Haydn, Mozart, Schubert,Strauss Location: North-east Austria, south bank River Danube, eastern end of narrow plain between Carphatians and Alps. Area: 415 sq km. Famous buildings: St. Stephen's...
Today, captain Scott's boat is still floating. I am on his boat too and I'm a sailor.'Land!Land!'It was true, the island named 'Kanaby' was near us.After three hours,we managed to disembark. Every sailor kissed the land and soon after that we tried to find some food.We managed to find some coconuts and some bananas. They...
Spring day in Europe represent the wonderful become of the bloom season on this continent.That makes as see a more unitary Europe.Passing the time and the cold winter we hope that wars between nations remain a neghtmaire. A lot of things must be changed in Europe and we rely on the children from worldwide because...
In TV advertisements, every family has two childrens and everyone lives in a house with a garden.Everyone has got a car and a mobile phone.When they drive their cars, the roads are empty. Everyone has got a job.No one is unemployed.Everyone works in a hightech office which is full of shiny new computers.No on e works in a...
Peles Castle, nestled in the valley of the western Bucegi mountains about an hour north of Bucharest, Sinaia is home to the fabulous Peles Castle, a fairy-tale-like edifice built by King Carol 1 in the 19th century as the royal family's summer residence. Its interiors are an opulent display of elegant design and historical...