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    PART A Little Girl Lost is an autobiography of Drew Barrymore co-written with PEOPLE magazine's Todd Gold. Drew Barrymore, a twenty-five year old actress (ET, Never Been Kissed, to-be-released Charlie's Angels) has overcome an addiction, proven herself to be a competent, intelligent woman, and is a major influential role model among today's teenage girls. Her biography begins with her first blockbuster, ET, and her experiences while filming and during post-production, as well as the relationships

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    Claude Debussy

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    Once Claude Debussy stated that, “I love music passionately. And because I love it I try to free it from barren traditions that stifle it.” As a leader of the Modern Classical Music movement, he believed wholeheartedly in departing from tradition. Many also titled him as the father of the musical Impressionistic movement. His complex life, free-spirited music, and atheistic religion made up the personal life of Claude Debussy. Born on August 22, 1862 in France, Claude Debussy entered into a poverty

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    quiz 3

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    1. The new classical vocal form was created at the end of the 19th century that included the orchestra is etude (french word for study). Etude was written in the early 20th century and oversaw numerous collections of etudes. Major composers such as Claude Debussy and Franz Liszt achieve this form in the concert repertoires that features didactic pieces from earlies times like vocal solfeggi and keyboard. 2. The aspect of Claude Debussy's music were different from the music that preceded it were melodic

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    Planet of the Apes

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    had been taught. The initial attraction was the superb cast, spearheaded by Charlton Heston who portrays Taylor, an astronaut who crashes onto the planet. Heston was joined by many popular actors and actress such as, Roddy McDowell as Cornelius, Maurice Evans as Dr. Zaius and Kim Hunter as Zira. Though the cast may have been the initial draw, the content is what has made the movie Planet of the Apes a classic that will continue to be enjoyed for generations to come. The movie Planet of the Apes deals

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    Celebrating Celebration

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    Celebrating Celebration One of the many Christian traditions that has become relatively quiet is the celebration of the Epiphany, or Twelfth Night, as it is sometimes called. This was a night of great celebration, as it was a remembrance of the Magi’s arrival at the birthplace of Christ, and it began the winter carnival season. In the time of Shakespeare, a play was written with this night in mind, and was appropriately titled, Twelfth Night. Now the play doesn’t have anything directly to do

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    The Maurice Richard Riot of March 17 1955 On March 17, 1955, more than 10,000 crazed hockey fans from inside the Montreal Forum and from the streets outside gathered together to protest the suspension of Maurice "The Rocket" Richard. An outraged fan slapped and punched the president of the National Hockey League, Clarence Campbell who was quietly sitting among the spectators. This "seven-hour rampage of destruction and looting" was a result of this attack that occurred during the game that opposed

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    Claude Debussy: Life and Works

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    Claude Debussy, who is one of the most important French composers that represent the early twentieth century, he composed the prelude to “The Afternoon of a Faun”. He wrote this Prelude based on an inspiration of a poem that was written by Stephane Mallarme, who was a prominent French writer. There are some historical contexts and stylistic contexts that can be seen and discussed from this. And, these factors made this piece the best-known orchestral work of Debussy. Debussy was born in 1862 in

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    them. They teamwork could be described as fun, loving ambitious, impatient mercilessly. Not only did Francis Crick and James Watson worked together but Maurice Wilkins and Rosalind Franklin also worked together however they fell out as they did not like each others work and the way they worked. Francis Crick and James Watson also involved Maurice Wilkins and Rosalind Franklin in their work. Nevertheless team was not the only factor to help the break through of Penicillin and DNA. Money was

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    The Double Helix

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    The Double Helix "The discovery of the structure by Crick and Watson, with all its biological implications, has been one of the major scientific events of this century." (Bragg, The Double Helix, p1) In the story of The Double Helix, James Watson tells of the road that led to the discovery of life's basic building block-DNA. This autobiography gives insight into science and the workings within a professional research laboratory that few members of society will ever be able to experience

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    was France's anniversary. France had held a competition for the best blueprint and whoever won would have their blueprint built on the Champ-de-Mars. "More than 100 artists submitted competing plans for a monument" ("History") but Maurice Koechlin won. Although Maurice Koechlin was the person who actually created the blue print, Alexandre-Gustave Eiffel was the won who received most if not all the credit. The Eiffel Tower was to be torn down afterwards, but it became a loved national monument and

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