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The life of Bernard Shaw

In Britain George Bernard Shaw was so popular that it is declared the second playwright in the English theater after Shakespeare. The winner of the Nobel prize for literature in 1925, refused the cash prize, struck the European public for his satirical plays, paradoxical statements, and socialist views. Show in 1931, the year visited met […]

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Books for lifelong learner

In today’s article I will tell you about the 3 best books on self-development that are worth reading. 7 habits of highly effective people (Stephen Covey) Concentrate knowledge that will change your life. Stephen talks about the basic things of a new round of self-development. Proactive thinking. Your decision should depend on your decisions, and not […]

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Drama Writing Techniques

A great number of cultures have a myriad of plays and various performing arts. Writing about drama can be quite challenging for some students as they don’t really understand what is expected from them what guidelines to follow. What is expected from the student? If you haven’t been assigned a certain type of essay, you […]

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Best selllers on personal effectiveness

Publishing INC. will not cease to delight us with a collection of bestsellers. In this we will tell you about 7 must read books for personal effectiveness and self-development that we highly recommend you to read to expand the horizons and increase productivity. “Originals” By Adam Grant The book of Adam grant “the Originals: How […]

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The life of Benjamin Franklin Part 2

It is this way of speaking has played a very decisive role in the most difficult situations of Benjamin Franklin. People will subconsciously be on your side if you don’t blindly, foaming at the mouth to say something, but humbly Express the exact thought in the form of ideas for consideration. According to the most […]

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The life of Benjamin Franklin Part 1

Can hardly be considered an educated person if you don’t know the biography (or at least the main achievements) Benjamin Franklin a man whose image features on the hundred dollar bill. This unique person was born January 17, 1706 and lived to be 84 years old. By vocation he was what is now called universal […]

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Physics vs philosophy

The philosophy I first learned from an old journal “Science and life”, in the seventh grade, and I thought she was very cool. Judge for yourself: the very General view of being and cognition. And the fundamental question of philosophy about the primacy of life and consciousness seemed the most exciting. Then I decided that […]

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A fable vs a poem

Composed oeuvre. In a few of the roles carry their area from the poem and also the fable. They truly are largely alike but possess human faculties. Thus, what distinguishes a fable out of the poem? What’s a fable along with also a poem The poem is known as tiny (compared to, as an instance, […]

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Fantasy or science fiction?

It was supposed to be a short answer to a simple question… Alas, failed to happen. My literary passions always oscillated between fantasy and science fiction. How did this happen? The first “thick” book for me was the trilogy “a Wizard of Earth sea” by Ursula Le GUIN. It is considered that this trilogy, along […]

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