A thesis paper discussing the educational benefits of television, and how TV has expanded the potential for education for the average worldwide citizen.
William Shakespeare (1564 (baptism, not d..o.b) - 1616) was an English playwright and poet, and some believe him to be the greatest writer in the English language and the world's most outstanding dramatist. The title, "Bard of Avon," derives from...
The year 1966 included the ongoing war in Vietnam, music by the Beatles and the Beach Boys, the Salvation Army turning 100 years old and Halle Berry and Cindy Crawford were born.
Pronouns make life easier for readers and writers. As a replacement for nouns, the pronoun can simplify sentences within a text and cuts down on redundancy. Pronouns are easy...wait didn't I say that?
This article will provide you with the latest list of non-writing contests. Whether a professional or amateur, you can try your hands in any of the contests for a chance to win cash prizes and other cool awards. What's more, the contests are free to enter.
A list of different ways to say "Merry Christmas" in many languages, one resource that will help you communicate the greetings for the season.
This article suggests a list of the 10 worst presidents in the history of the United States of America.
A comparison between the classical and baroque styles of music and how they changed over the centuries. Two parts of the article go into more detail over a piece by Johann Bach and Wolfgang Mozart, two prominent composers of those two periods.
A modest and informative look at what languages those of us who demote ourselves to the level of a Historian should learn, especially if we study Western European thought.
The French Resistance fighters changed the fate of World War Two. Despite a very high risk to themselves resistance fighter were able to subvert and considerably slow and sabotage enemy advances.