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Le mariage de Figaro (analyse)

Une Comédie Gaie Tout au long de la lecture, on s’en rend vite compte qu’il s’agit d’une pièce de théâtre comique. On est face à des caractères qui ont des gestes marrants, qui disputent avec des jeux de mots ou qui se mettent dans des situations assez gaies.   1.      Le comique des caractères   -         Le comte, qui est le maître du...


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Le mariage de Figaro (analyse)

Une Comédie Gaie Tout au long de la lecture, on s’en rend vite compte qu’il s’agit d’une pièce de théâtre comique. On est face à des caractères qui ont des gestes marrants, qui disputent avec des jeux de mots ou qui se mettent dans des situations assez gaies.   1.      Le comique des caractères   -         Le comte, qui est le maître du...


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Que vaut une preuve contre un préjugé ?

Chapitre 1 :-------------------------------------------------Que vaut la preuve contre le préjugé ?« La raison du plus fort est toujours la meilleure » (La Fontaine, Le loup et l’agneau). Cette fable de Jean de La Fontaine pourrait servir d’allégorie pour le combat de la preuve contre le préjugé : l’agneau a beau apporter les preuves les plus irréfutables (il n’était pas...


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Claude Lévi-Strauss, Les structures élémentaires de la parenté

De tous les principes avancés par les précurseurs de la sociologie, aucun n\'a, sans doute, été répudié avec tant d\'assurance que celui qui a trait à la distinction entre état de nature et état de société. On ne peut, en effet, se référer sans contradiction à une phase de l\'évolution de l\'humanité au cours de laquelle celle-ci, en...


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Modèle de Solow

1 Di¤erence equations: stability analysis Consider xt+1 = f (xt ) The steady state (...xed point) is a value x such that x = f (x) Notice that the steady state cannot exist, it can be unique or there can be several points ...x. The stability analysis of the steady state tells us if then system converge towards it and in which way: monotonically or oscillatory etc. In...


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Reconstruction (U.

Reconstruction (U.S. history) - U.S. History. I INTRODUCTION Reconstruction (U.S. history), the process of rebuilding that followed the American Civil War (1861-1865). Since the United States had never before experienced civil war, the end of hostilities left Americans to grapple with a set of pressing questions over what to do with the South after the defeat of the Confederacy and the overthrow of...


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National Socialism .

National Socialism . I INTRODUCTION National Socialism, commonly called Nazism, German political movement initiated in 1920 with the organization of the National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, or NSDAP), also called the Nazi Party. The movement culminated in the establishment of the Third Reich, the totalitarian German state led by the dictator Adolf Hitler from 1933 to 1945. II ORIGINS AND RISE OF...


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Atlantic Slave Trade.

Atlantic Slave Trade. I INTRODUCTION Atlantic Slave Trade, the forced transportation of at least 10 million enslaved Africans from their homelands in Africa to destinations in Europe and the Americas during the 15th through 19th centuries. European and North American slave traders transported most of these slaves to areas in tropical and subtropical America, where the vast majority worked as laborers on large...


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Ocean and Oceanography - Geography.

Ocean and Oceanography - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Ocean and Oceanography, great body of salt water comprising all the oceans and seas that cover nearly three-fourths of the surface of the earth, and the scientific study of the physical, chemical, and biological aspects of the so-called world ocean. The major goals of oceanography are to understand the geologic and geochemical processes involved in the...


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Panama Canal - Geography.

Panama Canal - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Panama Canal, canal across the Isthmus of Panama, in Central America, that allows vessels to travel between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. The waterway measures 64 km (40 mi), including dredged approach channels at each end. The Panama Canal handles a large volume of world shipping and enables vessels to avoid traveling around South America, reducing their...


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Ocean and Oceanography - Geography.

Ocean and Oceanography - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Ocean and Oceanography, great body of salt water comprising all the oceans and seas that cover nearly three-fourths of the surface of the earth, and the scientific study of the physical, chemical, and biological aspects of the so-called world ocean. The major goals of oceanography are to understand the geologic and geochemical processes involved in the...


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Carbon - chemistry.

Carbon - chemistry. I INTRODUCTION Carbon, nonmetallic chemical element, known by the symbol C, that is the fundamental building block of material in living organisms and is important to many industries. Carbon occurs in nature in nearly pure form in diamond and graphite. It is also the major component of coal, petroleum, asphalt, limestone, and most materials made by plants and animals. The...


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Ocean and Oceanography.

Ocean and Oceanography. I INTRODUCTION Ocean and Oceanography, great body of salt water comprising all the oceans and seas that cover nearly three-fourths of the surface of the earth, and the scientific study of the physical, chemical, and biological aspects of the so-called world ocean. The major goals of oceanography are to understand the geologic and geochemical processes involved in the evolution and...


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Radioactivity I INTRODUCTION Marie Curie Working with her husband, Pierre Curie, French physicist Marie Curie discovered the radioactive elements polonium and radium in 1898.

Radioactivity I INTRODUCTION Marie Curie Working with her husband, Pierre Curie, French physicist Marie Curie discovered the radioactive elements polonium and radium in 1898. The couple won a Nobel Prize for their efforts, making Marie Curie the first woman ever to win the award. In 1911 she won an unprecedented second Nobel Prize for further work on radioactive compounds. Culver Pictures. Radioactivity, spontaneous disintegration of atomic...


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Roman Mythology I INTRODUCTION Roman Mythology, the religious beliefs and practices of the people of ancient Rome.

Roman Mythology I INTRODUCTION Roman Mythology, the religious beliefs and practices of the people of ancient Rome. At first the Romans envisioned their gods more as powers than as persons, and as a result there is little mythology that is purely Roman. According to Roman scholar Marcus Terentius Varro, only after the Romans came into contact with Greek culture in the 6th century...


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From The Scarlet Letter - anthology.

From The Scarlet Letter - anthology. The Scarlet Letter offers extraordinary insight into the norms and behavior of 17th-century American Puritan society. The basic conflicts and problems of its main characters, however, are familiar to readers in the present. As the following excerpt begins, the female protagonist, Hester Prynne, has borne a child out of wedlock and has refused to reveal...


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Excerpt from Love's Labour's Lost - anthology.

Excerpt from Love's Labour's Lost - anthology. King Ferdinand of Navarre and his companions, the lords Berowne, Longaville, and Dumaine, have sworn a vow, at the king's suggestion, that they will forego the society of women and the pleasures of love for three years, in order to devote themselves to study. A pre-arranged state visit from the Princess of France...


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Diving (underwater).

Diving (underwater). I INTRODUCTION Diving (underwater), act of entering water and remaining below the surface to explore, to work, or simply to have fun. Diving is popular all over the world. It is usually done in the ocean, but divers also explore other bodies of water, including lakes, rivers, and ponds. Snorkeling on the surface (or just below) is a common form...


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Chess.

Chess. I INTRODUCTION Chess, game of skill and strategy between two people, played using specially designed pieces on a square board comprised of 64 alternating light and dark squares in eight rows of eight squares each. Chess, with a history that extends back thousands of years, is a popular game played around the world. II HOW CHESS IS PLAYED In chess each player controls an...


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From Bush v.

From Bush v. Gore One of the most controversial presidential elections in the history of the United States ended with one of the most controversial decisions in the history of the Supreme Court of the United States. The Court's 5 to 4 decision on December 12, 2000, effectively ended the disputed contest between Republican Party candidate George W. Bush and Democratic...


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