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Silk flowers are an exquisite beauty

10th February 2012
The History of Silk flowers began before the Twelfth century crediting the Chinese for being responsible in their creation, and at the same time, Italy was creating artificial blossom arrangements using the coloured cocoons of silkworms,improving on the n... Read >
Author: mattdallus

Why did Charles Dickens Write “A Tale of Two Cities”?

18th November 2011
A Brief Insight into the Life of Charles Dickens Dickens, who was the most renowned English novelist of the Victorian Era, was born on the 7th of February, 1812 in Kent, England. He tended to write about social reform and its inevitable impact on the i... Read >
Author: Amy Dyslex

The Past and Present Situation of Nike Heel Shoes

16th November 2011
Additionally, it adds to the confidence of a girl to become adored so visibly by the guys. The love of nike high heels shoes helps make a girl pay a lot of money over custom made wear. Her adore for these footwear has made manufacturers invent an increasi... Read >
Author: Phillip Cochran

Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Saint Augustine

11th February 2010
Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712 - 1778), musician, vagabond, philosopher, prose stylist, novelist, educator, and acknowledged father of the French Revolution and Romanticism, remains today a colorful character --both derided and revered. In this article I ... Read >
Author: marciano guerrero

High Heel Shoes In Women`s Fashion

23rd August 2009
The craze for high heel shoes will never decline. Women love to wear high heels. It gives them a lot of confidence and they feel great. Men too love to watch women with heels on. The picture of a lady wearing heels and swaying her hips when she walks is a... Read >
Author: Roberto Sedycias

Pointe Shoes: A Revolution in Ballet

05th July 2009
Few fans of ballet appreciate the fact that the French Revolution was as much a turning point for modern dance as it was for history. From this point forward, ballet dancers abandoned heeled shoes and heavy costumes in favor of lighter, flat-soled slipper... Read >
Author: treakeric

Monaco's Coins

13th March 2009
The state of Monaco, beside his small area - it's the second smallest country in the world - is a sovereign state since its foundation in the fourteenth century, with a little aside during the French Revolution. It therefore has the right to fly its own c... Read >
Author: Olivier Roland

Enlightenment Period - Romantic Age Comparisons - A brief history of the humanities: Art, Music, Arc

04th April 2008
Enlightenment Period - Romantic Age ComparisonsResearched and Authored by: Michael J. SpindlerThe authors of this paper are going to present to the reader five areas of the humanities, art, music, architecture, philosophy, and literature from the Enlighte... Read >
Author: LocalMusicHits

The History of Wigs and Hairpieces

14th November 2007
Over the course of history, the wig, a man made head covering of real or artificial hair, has come and gone from fashion time and time again. Both men and women have worn wigs since the earliest recorded times. The ancient Egyptians shaved their heads and... Read >
Author: Donald Waldenson
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