John of England, for the most part, is known mainly through fairytales and Shakespeare. Most dont really know much about him or what he had done during his reign in England. From his birth in 1167 to his death in 1216, John would more be known for his loss of major land in France and his forced signing of Magna Carta in 1215.
John of England was born to Henry II and Queen Eleanor in 1167; most likely at Oxford(1). Since he was the youngest, his older brothers received more land than John did; because of that, one of his nicknames Lackland came up(2). However, John was the favorite of Henrys sons, so in 1172, Johns father granted him his own castles. Richard, his older bro
The first type of love is Aphrodisia r otherwise known as Limerence. "Limerence is the type of [love that] tends to flare out quickly (Limerence 4)." Under Limerence are 5 subcategories: Eros, Ludus, Mania, Lust and Attraction.
Eros, firstly, is the passionate, sensual and romantic love. "[It] covers everything from queasy stomachs to strong sensual passion (Eros 3)." In order for Eros to exist, a couple has to be in a romantic situation. As soon as the passionate atmosphere disappears, Eros evaporates. It can usually be witnessed in the shallow relationships of high school romances; for it only "searches f
How I Stopped Caring About My Class Work And Learned to Love The Bomb
BY Constance Woodman
Arcadia, this painting bright, of stasis, meadows, nature without harshness.
The horses bear their charges lightly, bereft of heavy harness,
The fire burns like Vulcan's forge, but burns without consumption,
Olympus pierces the clouds, a cliff top temple—symbolic aspiration.
One might think, this is an ideal of Cooper, perhaps of Hawthorne,
Those seeking utopia, winged-idea-prophet-borne.
But I see Stowe and Whitman too,
So my paper's not that point of view.
Uncle Tom's Cabin shares themes of innate knowledge,
And for Whitman the meadow is his college,
In Arcadia it's best to live in harmony with nature's perfection
And regard the gods with genuflection.
First I am compelled to discuss children who in nature bound
Know ancient wisdom and from them truths resound.
With this notion I pe