CHAPTER II: CULTURAL DIVERSITY   “Diversity is the one true thing we have in common. Celebrate it everyday”                                                                                                 —Anonymous World is like a garden brimmed with various kinds of alluring flowers (ethnic groups). Everything belongs to one garden, it doesn’t mean everything is same; everything has its own unique quality within them i.e. everything …

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Walt Whitman lifetime 1819-1892 Walt Whitman -“poet who spoke to all the world” -7 siblings -left school at age 11 -journalist in Brooklyn then NOLA -editor of Brooklyn Freeman, part-time carpenter, building contractor -1885: published Leaves of Grass and sent copies to people he hoped would write endorsements (Emerson got one) -tended hospital wards in …

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Jerusalem, also called “The Thrice Holy City”, is the city claimed by the three monotheistic religions. In fact, this land is religiously significant to Christians, Muslims, and Jews: for Christians, it’s the place of the birth and death of Jesus Christ; for Muslims, it’s the third holy city where the prophet Mohammad prayed and went to the heavens; as for the Jews, it is the …

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University of Bucharest, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures Student: Irina-Alexandra Ilie Professor: Drago? Manea     Benjamin Franklin “The Autobiography” -Handout-   1.     Who Was Benjamin Franklin?                                  “I was commonly allow’d to govern, especially in any case of Difficulty; and upon other Occasions I was generally a Leader among the Boys, and sometimes …

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