Rousseau greatly influenced came to be known as the Romantic generation. Bill Gates' success and the years he spent climbing the ladder to get there. Ennis' life and death is discussed in detail, including his dedication to the cause of dyslexia.He was a social and political theorist, musician, botanist, and is still thought to be one of the most eloquent writers of the Age of Enlightenment. : The role of this monarch in World War I is emphasized in this 6 page report. The writer argues as to why Gates represents a model of American entrepreneurship. : This 1 page paper discusses the life of famous Mexican painter Frida Kahlo.
Includes comparisons of his "memory" with his actual accomplishments and those of other U. Provided are various sections highlighting his accomplishments and includes a chronology of his life.
An analysis is also included which looks at the scientists life in the perspective of the times in which he lived. Beginning with Gates childhood, the writer outlines the development of his competitive ambition and entrepreneurial spirit. : The murder of Ennis Cosby as it relates to his father, Bill, is discussed in this 5 page essay.
The writer describes Keller's life and the fact that she has served as an inspiration to millions of people throughout the world. : A 4 page biography/report on the life and accomplishments of Jackie Robinson-- the American baseball player known for "breaking the color barrier" and becoming the first Black player to gain widespread acceptance playing for a Major League team. : A 10 page paper discussing the sport of golf and the contributions and accomplishments of Byron Nelson whose phenomenal winnings in 19 still have the world of golf at attention. : A 10 page paper on the life and works of 20th century architect Louis Kahn.
The writer makes mention of some of Kahn's more famous creations such as the Salk biological Institute in La Jolla, California and goes into a detailed discussion of how the architect's works reflect his personal views and ideology. : An 11 page look at the life, works, & contributions of German astronomer Johannes Kepler (1571-1630) who (among other things)-- studied ellipses and created the self-named "Kepler's Laws." The writer presents an excellent overview of numerous writings by Kepler and elaborates a detailed explanation of the laws he posited.
She grew up as the youngest out of 4 children, and was the only one to pursue a literary career. She was always an intelligent and an observant child. In the 1950s she worked as a reservation clerk with Eastern Air Lines and BOAC in New York City.
In order to concentrate on writing, Harper Lee gave up her position with the airline and moved into a cold-water apartment with makeshift furniture.After she came to New York, she approached a literary agent with a manuscript of two essays and three short stories. When Harper Lee was younger she read and wrote a lot.Miss Lee followed his suggestion that she expand one of the stories into a novel. Nelle Harper Lee’s father practiced as a lawyer and served as a state senator. Harper Lee attended Huntingdon College 1944-45, studied law at the University of Alabama 1945-49, and studied one year at Oxford University.Her father's sudden illness forced her to divide her time between New York...: A 7 page paper on the famous Russian writer of the nineteenth century.The writer discusses technical aspects of Joplins music, the artistic progression of his career, and his influence on other composers and forms of music. : An 8 page discussion of Artauds contributions, both pro and con to the world of art, film and literature.The paper reviews his influence on a number of past and present artists from his manifesto "The Theatre of Cruelty" and the accompanying legacy of a life on drugs and how these two are inexplicably linked either in terms of art or reality in the theater of violence and death. : A 9 page research paper on the eighteenth-century British actor and theater manager.The writer discusses his short career and the prejudices that he confronted.well as Drew's important contributions to the field of medicine. : A 7 page paper on Count Basie's life and contributions to the music industry and to individual artists who were influenced by him. : A 5 page paper that documents the life and works of Wolfgang Mozart.The writer discusses the band's style and specific contributions to musical innovation. Mozart was a child protege turned musical genious who made significant and distinct contributions to the world of 18th century music.Highlighted is the fact that he discovered the concept of color blindness and developed the atomic theory of matter. A Time magazine article, the only source used, is highlighted.An annotated bibliography of the 4 most important sources is part of the paper as well. century French philosopher, Jean Jacques Rousseau, whose writings inspired the leaders of the French Revolution. One subject addressed are the similarities between the Cosby family and the Huxtables,the sit-com family Bill made famous.