Monthly Archives: November 2015

The French Revolution and The French Financial Crisis

In my fourth post on the French Revolution I am discussing the French Financial Crisis as a cause of the French Revolution. In France during the 1780s the French economy was becoming gradually poorer. There were poor harvests across the … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving

Today around America Thanksgiving will be celebrated in many homes. For many it will be a chance to catch up with family and maybe some friends, eat delicious food, continue family traditions, plan next year’s feast or cousin Margaret’s wedding … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to My Primary School Teachers

To all the teachers who taught me throughout primary school, I have not seen some of you in several years however you still remain an impact in my life. I will most likely not meet you again nor will you … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to The ANZACs

Yesterday along with many others I participated in Remembrance Day. Here is my thank you to those who fought.   Dear ANZACs, But not just those who fought under that banner, but all who served and fought so that I … Continue reading

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Shakespeare

William Shakespeare is probably one of the most disliked authors among teenagers and adults yet there are a few people who love his work. His works are studied each year by thousands of people. The Bard (technically it means poet and … Continue reading

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