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    Topology

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    Topology Topology is the study of those properties of geometric figures that are unchanged when the shape of the figure is twisted, stretched, shrunk, or otherwise distorted without breaking. It is sometimes referred to as "rubber sheet geometry" (West 577). Topology is a basic and essential part of any post school mathematics curriculum. Johann Benedict Listing introduced this subject, while Euler is regarded as the founder of topology. Mathematicians such as August Ferdinand Möbius, Felix

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    The Gay as a Literary Figure in The Picture of Dorian Gray This paper shall explore the gay as a literary figure based on Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray. The aim of the essay is threefold. Firstly, to show how the gay is related to two of the most potent archetypal images: those of Dionysos and Apollo. Secondly, to demonstrate that the Wildean gay is profoundly afraid of life, and that his interest in form and aesthetic proportion rests on a principle of "evasion." Thirdly, to contend

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    Figures of speech in The Fall of the House of Usher Edgar Allen Poe’s short story, “The Fall of the House of Usher”, sets a tone that is dark, gloomy, and threatening. His inclusion of highly descriptive words and various forms of figurative language enhance the story’s evil nature, giving the house and its inhabitants eerie and “supernatural” qualities. Poe’s effective use of personification, symbolism, foreshadowing, and doubling create a morbid tale leading to, and ultimately causing, the fall

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    Romeo and Juliet as Christ Figures Introduction and Modern Interpretations Modern audiences have been reintroduced to William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet largely through modern film reinterpretations of the play. Many of these films, most notably Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 version of Romeo and Juliet and John Madden’s 1998 Shakespeare in Love, have focused on the tragic destiny of these "two star-crossed lovers". Seemingly, it is the destiny of Romeo and Juliet to commit suicide because they

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    Qui est Archimède ?

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    sphère et le cylindre!; la Mesure du cercle!; la Quadrature de la parabole!; Des spirales!; Des conoïdes et sphéroïdes!; la Méthode!; la Construction de l'heptagone!; Sur les cercles mutuellement tangents!; l'Arénaire!; Des équilibres des figures planes!; Des corps flottants. Certains de ces traités, expédiés à des correspondants mathématiciens à Alexandrie, sont précédés d'une préface qui contient des remarques importantes sur les motivations, les programmes de recherches et

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    Halloween

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    was.   All she could make out were two small dark figures so she guessed they were trick or treaters.   She then opened the door just enough so she could have the latch on.   "Grrrrrrr we are the creatures from hell", screamed the smaller of the two figures. Both the figures were dressed with a bed sheet that had obviously been painted black and thrown over their heads with just two tiny holes where the eyes would be.   The other figure then said "whats it gunna be lady, trick or treat?"  

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    Menos Paradox

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    Meno. “Do you know that I square figure is like this”, Socrates asks. “I do” the boy replies. He then asks, “Is a square is a four sided figure with equal sides?” Yes, he replies. Socrates questions the size, the lines and comes to asking that if the figure is two feet this way and one foot that way then the line would really be two feet. The boy agrees. Now if its also two feet the other way, then it would be four feet total. The boy agrees. Then he adds a figure the same size, this would make it

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    Interracial Figures of the American Renaissance This essay examines Cora from The Last of the Mohicans, Frederick Douglass, and Harriet Ann Jacobs.     The American Renaissance marks a period of social injustice and the fight of the minority to bring about social change. Women and African-Americans (who were freed or escaped from slavery) begin to gain a voice through literacy, and use that voice to start the movement to abolish slavery and gain women rights. The development of literacy makes

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    Several human figures can also be found gathered around one central human figure who is lying on the ground with the other figures of children around him. The figure of the man is in the foreground of the painting in the center. His arms are oriented in positions indicating fatigue or anguish, one arm by his side tucked tightly in toward his body, and the other is stretched over his head bent at the elbow and draping over his forehead. The man's clothing seems rather loose and baggy exposing his

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    CHLOE MARIE

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    Introduction: the book is about how his girls dies and has to deal with complications and confusions that go on in the after life Rising Action: Madison Avery goes to costume themed prom with a guy named Josh who she doesn’t show any interest towards at the dance. Later on she finds a really good-looking dude and they both see each other at the same time and both start walking towards each other and then they start dancing leaving josh shocked at what had just happened to him. Climax: They dance

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