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He started as a love poet with his “songs and sonnets” , at that time this topic was very fashionable so he had quite success, due also to his capability of painting the society of the time. The second part of his life is dedicated at the writing of sermons (about 160) and religious poetry, like the “Divine meditation”. Donne is famous becaus

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Giovanna Sangiovanni, 3° C linguistico...

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When the roman legions left Britain in 454 AD, barbarian tribes invaded the country: the Angles, Saxons and Jutes came from Germanic territories while the Vikings came from Scandinavia.
Finally, in 1066 William, Duke of Normandy, crossed the English Channel, defeated Harold, the Saxon King, at the Battle of Hastings, and became king with the name of

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• Coal Mines Regulation Act (1908): eight-hour working days for the first time;
• National Insurance Act (1911): free medical treatment available to insured workers.
But the pre-war years of 20th century were a time of industrial unrest, strikes and violence. Some workers’ organisers sympathised with French syndicalism, according to which trade

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Gremio and Hortensio are both suitors to Bianca, Baptista’s daughter, but her father has decided that she won’t get married before her older quarrelsome sister Katharine does. Baptista’s looking for a tutor for Bianca, so Lucentio, wh’s fallen in love with her, decides to disguise as a tutor, while Tranio, disguised as Lucentio, tries to arrange the mar

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Two Boer Wars were fought between the British Empire and the two independent Boer republics, the Orange Free State and the Transvaal Republic.
The war most commonly referred to as the "Boer War" is the Second Boer War (1899-1902), which involved large numbers of troops from many British possessions and which ended with the conversion of the Boer rep

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Fino al 1070 ci furono numerose rivolte contro le leggi normanne, e l’esercito di William non esitò a bruciare, distruggere e uccidere. A controllare la situazione, furono costruiti i castelli Normanni in varie partii della nazione, e anche la Torre di Londra fu costruita da William. Inoltre, i vescovi normanni in breve sostituirono i Sassoni, quindi s

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The executive power is represented by the president of the U.S.A. The American President has enormous powers: he is the head of the State and head of government; he is commander in chief of the armed forces and in case of emergency he has decisive power; besides he has the power to veto a law, and can appoint minister, ambassadors and federal judges. H

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The King and the Queen thought that Hamlet was becoming mad because was always so sad and now was always alone so Polonius, a friend of the king thought that the causes of the madness of Hamlet was the love for his daughter Ofelia, because the prince had written her some letters of love. So he organized a meeting between Hamlet and his daughter where H

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- The Isle of Wight, situated in the English Channel;
- The Isle of Anglesey, connected by a bridge to North Wales;
- The Channel Islands, near the French coast (situated between Britain and France);
- The Hebrides, an archipelago lying off the west coast of Scotland, formed by over 500 islands;
- The Orkneys and the Shetland, two group