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    Convenience and efficiency became the raison d’être of the twentieth century. As the burgeoning markets of industrialism led to the shopping markets of consumerism, Washington, D.C. and Paris, France were competing to be the newest and the most efficient. As the cities became more efficient, they also became more automated: both in their infrastructure and in their denizens. It’s the nature of a city to be a hive for large numbers of people—incorporating them into various systems that serve their

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    Essay On Paris Texas

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    In Wim Wenders’ 1984 film, Paris, Texas, we find its theme of loneliness harboured in Travis Henderson, but very much so in the film’s imagery, eloquently captured by Dutch cinematographer, Robby Müller, “When I choose to work on a film, the most important thing to me is that it is about human feelings. I try to work with directors who want their films to touch the audience.” And his imagery does just that in Paris, Texas. Müller’s shots range from vast and spacious Texas deserts, to the quiet suburbs

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    An understanding of Vue de l’Exposition Universelle, Paris 1867 “Manet a toujours reconnu le talent là où il se trouve et n’a prétendu ni renverser une ancienne peinture ni en créer une nouvelle. Il a cherché simplement à être lui-même et non un autre.” Edouard Manet, Motifs d’une exposition particulière, May 1867 (in Courthion: 139) Manet is a transitional painter, emerging from the realism of the early to mid nineteenth century and a precursor to — included in by some authors — the impressionist

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    other, we were given instructions by the supervisors. The instructions were clear: give each person one box with a set of utensils and talk to them. Understanding the protocol, we set off on our journey to Farragut North. When we were crossing the street to go into the park, I saw a huge amalgamation of people, standing firmly in anticipation. Then it dawned on me . . . they were waiting for us. I had no idea that these people depend on a mere group of college students with cafeteria food that we

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    the blood rushing to my head as I realized she was going to do it, and I had to steady myself with one hand against the car. I wanted her to invade me, to violate my most private part, even more so than my pussy, right there squatting on that dirty Paris

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    Contemporary Architecture: Dominique Perrault

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    Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He holds many prestigious prizes and awards including "Grande Médaille d'or d'Architecture" (2010), "Seoul Metropolitan Architecture Award" for EWHA Womans University in Korea, "World Architecture Award" (2002), "Mies van der Rohe prize" (1997), "French national Grand Prize for Architecture" (1993). This essay will analyse Dominique Perrault’s award winning project Bibliothèque nationale de France built in Paris in 1989-1995. It will explore the historical

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    The French Revolutionary War of 1848

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    The numerous revolutions and uprisings that took place in Europe at the beginning of the eighteenth century signified the onset of more than a few liberalistic revolutions that shaped this continent’s governance to this date. This revolutionary wave was very significant, as it marked the collapse of traditional authorities and the establishment of more political and democratic forms of government. This year 1848; has been recognized by many as the ‘year of revolution’ because of the great number

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    the city of Troy by the Achaeans (Greeks) after Paris of Troy took Helen from her husband Menelaus, king of Sparta. The fact that the story of the Iliad was set during fortels and reveals that there is lots of killing and murder. The mythical Greek hero, Achilles was known for being a brutal soldier and warrior. He demonstrated this animalosity when he slayed the Trojan hero Hector. Not only did he kill him but he dragged his body around the streets of Troy. The Iliad says, “The dust rose from Hector

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    During the peak of the industrial revolution, with all the new technological advances little to no attention was paid to the visual elements of urban cites. Smoke billowed from factories, dirt sooted the buildings, and the streets were merely symbols of progress. Many problems arose in cities as a result of the industrial revolution . The tenement houses of the time were a substandard multi family dwelling. Usually old and occupied by the poor. With poor sanitation, air and

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    Baron Haussmann and the redesign of Paris

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    Baron Haussmann and the redesign of Paris During the last half of the 1800’s and the early part of the 1900’s urban population in western Europe made enormous increases. During this period France’s overall population living in cities increased twenty percent, and in Germany the increase was almost thirty percent. This great flow of people into cities created many problems in resource demands and patterns of urban life. These demands created a revolution in sanitation and medicine. Part of

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