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The Analistic History Of My Very Own Name

Name happens to be a term used for identify oneself; The word of it comes from the Old English word of nama. It has been used throughout history in the ancient world, in the ancient near-east, particularity in Israel, Mesopotamia, Egypt and Persia, where names in some ways thought to be extremely powerful, acting as a separate manifestation of a person or deity. 371 more words

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A Play Review of Pygmalion

WARNING: Reading this article may give away things in the story ranging from unimportant to plot turners.

Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw

Type: Classic, Comedy… 1,134 more words

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The Genius Of George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950)

This Irish literary giant has been mostly ignored by the mainstream media for decades. Oscar Wilde never seems to go out of fashion but Shaw is rarely referenced by our current overseers of entertainment and education. 60 more words


Firstly I just want to say I am sooooooo sorry for not writing a post again but I’m still sick and I still have tests going on so today I’m just going to post some inspirational quotes that I thought would be nice to share with all of you! 6 more words


“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.”
― George Bernard Shaw

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