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    The Tarahumara People and Running

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    northwestern Mexico. They live in small isolated clusters with most the population concentrated in the Barranca del Cobre, or the Copper Canyon. The Tarahumara indians are part of the Uto-Aztecan indian lineage and are closely related to the Apaches of the Southwestern United States. The area of Northwest Mexico that the Tarahumara lives in is very rugged and unforgiving. The Barranca del Cobre is a chain of five very deep canyons surrounded by very tall mountains that reach almost a mile and a half above

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    that has taken place in the Mexican/Mexican American over the years. What is of particular interest is the meaning of the title of the play. The literal translation is the sold out ones, however a group known as Somos Raza, who are a part of Unión del Barrio (Liberación Exige Organaización), have a somewhat different interpretation of the word. As part of their ten point platform Somos Raza defined the word vendidos as the following: "We recognize Hispanic vendidos as those people who unite with

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    Romero in El Tonto Del Barrio After reading Jose Armas’s story, "El Tonto Del Barrio," I was greatly touched by this simple yet effective story of how the village idiot is used to teach a lesson to the audience. However, after researching the topic, I found that there had been no literary discussion concerning Armas or "El Tonto del Barrio." I was shocked to find this out, and I believe this is an interesting and important story which should be looked into. "El Tonto del Barrio" is not just

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    Importance of Community in El Tonto Del Barrio The title of Jose Armas’ story, "El Tonto Del Barrio" (or "The Barrio Dummy"), may be interpreted two different ways. The first interpretation is literal and applies to the simple-minded Romero, who with the help of his community is able to function in the real world. The second interpretation is ironic; it applies to the Harvard-bound Seferino, who though he means well is so lacking in experience that he turns Romero’s world upside down and nearly

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    prometido a la India que su libertad de Estado serian consagradas en varias fases. Después de la guerra en 1919, El Acta del Gobierno de la India le concedió diversos poderes a las legislaturas provinciales, pero los Británicos se quedaron con mayores derechos que los Indios. El acta fue reprochada por la mayoría de los Indios. La India a finales del siglo 19 y a comienzos del siglo 20 no era como el país que hoy conoce en esta época la India no era todavía un Estado, sino un enorme territorio dividido

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    Leonardo da Vinci's Inventions

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    raised on an estate belonging to his father, while his uncle also helped raise him. Da Vinci never received a full education like others, but his artistic abilities were noted by his father who eventually apprenticed him to a well known sculptor Andrea Del Verrocchio, of Florence (History). When apprenticed, “His skills as an artist developed, flourished and even intimidated his mentor ”(Leonard... ... middle of paper ... ...Vinci was the first and a true Renaissance Man. He was extremely talented

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    Robert Browning’s Andrea del Sarto Lucrezia del Sarto (To My Dear Husband) My dear husband, put away your plate of bread Or, pray you, hand it to the dogs; the sun Has but an hour to make its mid-way trek, And here sit you etching pewter with crust, And smearing cheese and jam with lazy thumbs. Ah, yes! Kiss me so. Then kiss me better To smother my lips. Your artlessness is What makes me smile so, dear, and not your kiss. No, I will speak. And should you be so kind As to listen,

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    Maddona and Child

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    many of the works by Bellini and Raphael, specifically, "The Small Cowper Madonna", and "Maddona Del Granduca" by Raphael and "Greek Madonna" and "Madonna of the Meadow" by Bellini. The subject of Maddona and Child is one that is highly emotional. Raphael and Bellini portray the Virgin and Child in two very different emotional states. Raphael, in his paintings, "The Small Cowper Madonna" and "Madonna Del Granduca", illustrates a very intense feeling of...

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    Mochica

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    In the last 20 years, the Mochica (also known as Moche) of the Northern coast of Peru, has been the most popular field of research (Castillo & Uceda, 2007). The Mochica cultures left behind many magnificent ceramic artifacts that have been admired by travels from around the world for centuries. Historically there is nothing for sure about the Moche culture; the only source of information about the Mochica culture is through the decorative pottery left behind through out the Mochica temples and burial

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    Leonardo da Vinci greatly impacted world history by his artwork, inventions, and discoveries in science.Around the world da Vinci has impressed and amazed people by his gift in artwork. Inventions were a common thing that he thought of and they always surpassed his time period intellectually. Discoveries and new ways of thinking don’t come very often, but under the thoughtful mindset of da Vinci they do, the genius of the 14th century. Leonardo da Vinci, was born in 1452, in Anchiano Italy during

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