Aunique topic in writing a motivational speech


  • Réponse publiée par: taekookislifeu
    They spead quicly and it will be realy battastic
  • Réponse publiée par: janalynmae
    Iam quite glad to have had the opportunity to be educated in the facts of world history narrowed down to facts on philippine history. it is because i understood the events of the world during the end of the 19th  century and the birth of the 20th, that i could have properly understood the setting of the story.

    the story has furnished my understanding of life during that era. i know now that people would love to swing and boogie. i know now how the rich and aristocrats faced the world war. i see now the effects of the cultural melting pot that hong kong encouraged into molding filipinos who had never even visited their native land. i see how the freedom fighters of the revolution had slowly drifted away after the americans re-engineered philippine culture. oh, the list could go on, but the instruction was to put the relationship between this fictional piece of literature, society and people, all in a nutshell.

    the literature reflected nick joaquin’s history, the era before the 1960s after the world war, an era of rebirth. the society was changing where the old either envied the youth or clung on to their dying glory. the people were even more multi-cultured than ever before, but still as reckless and sinful as ever. the mix of the society and people of the time in that particular setting of hong kong was wonderfully reflected in the literature of nick joaquin.

    i thoroughly enjoyed reading the novel and would recommend it to anyone to promote the wonderful growth of philippine literature. i’d say it reflects history and reflects the result of colonial past. it shows a micro picture of how filipinos could easily adjust to any environment. how their affairs were no different and equally as important as any other white man.

    i’d especially recommend the genius of nick joaquin’s writing style. the way he could just jump scenes as if it were better than any silverscreen movie is admirable.

    "the woman who had two navels" is a fine classical contribution not just to the philippine literary world, but to all the world’s literature in general that every literary enthusiast must read.
  • Réponse publiée par: kateclaire
    William shakespeare was born in stratford-upon-avon on 23rd april 1564.

    his father william was a successful local businessman, and his mother mary was the daughter of a landowner. relatively prosperous, it is likely the family paid for williams education, although there is no evidence he attended university.

    in 1582 william, aged only 18, married an older woman named anne hathaway. they had three children, susanna, hamnet and juliet. their only son hamnet died aged just 11.

    after his marriage, information about the life of shakespeare is sketchy, but it seems he spent most of his time in london – writing and acting in his plays.

    due to some well-timed investments, shakespeare was able to secure a firm financial background, leaving time for writing and acting. the best of these investments was buying some real estate near stratford in 1605, which soon doubled in value.
  • Réponse publiée par: kateclaire
    Shakuntala stands for all that is beautiful in indian womanhood. she would risk her honour as a woman for the love of a man, and yet she would not take one harsh word that goes against her dignity from that man. she has the softness of the softest flower and yet she is as fierce as fire itself. she is strength that knows how to bend. she is the courage to trust. she is silence that knows how to be eloquent when the need arises. 

    in the mahabharata her story is told by vaishampayana in response to a question by king janamejaya about his remote ancestors.  the women who people our epics are shaktis: each one of them is endowed with power, sure of herself, sure of the choices she makes, sure in her speech, protective, passionate, loving, giving, hungry for life, filled with adventurousness, a fearless wanderer in life’s vast fields. 

    she inherits her soul from our vedic women: independent, assertive, strong winners, who took responsibility for themselves. authentic women who participated in all fields of life as men’s equals. they debated on the meaning of life with the best of philosophers. they explored the mysteries of existence just as the men of their times did. they composed poems, sacred and mundane, poems of the soul and of the flesh, singing of spiritual ecstasy and sexual longing, that survive to this day. 

    the changes kalidasa makes in shakuntala tells us much about the changes that took place in women’s status, her role in a man’s life and societal and familial expectations from her by the time we leave behind epic times and reach what modern historians call the golden period of indian history. vyasa’s shakuntala is strong. she is shakti, bold and fearless. in the case of kalidasa’s shakuntala, her strength lies in her weakness, in her helplessness. she is an abala: an infantilized woman whose strength is her capacity to invoke protectiveness in us.
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