For a woman, were the 1950s the best of times or the worst of times?
The life of the average married woman in the 1950s was very different from that of today’s woman. 1,374 more words
A few months after the Battle of Hogwarts, when everything was back to normal, Harry went to visit his aunt and uncle at Private Drive. As he stood on the front door he recallled all those years he had spent in this house, all the times he had been either locked up or thrashed about by Dudley and his gang and he wondered what he was doing here. 892 more words
In the wake of a worldwide post-war housing crisis, Moshe Safdie responds with “Habitat ’67” for the 1967 World’s Fair in Montreal. Safdie’s housing model breaks away from the austerity and monotony of the then widely constructed monolithic housing block, while still engaging similar methodologies, like repeatedly precast parts. 154 more words