Brooks Ross HIST 2002 October 22, 2009 Imre Kertesz, Fatelessness
7. In the beginning of chapter six, George discusses survival tactics and mentalities. What were they?
In chapter six, George discusses his mentalities and survival tactic. He says, "At a c
1 Brooks Ross History 2002 December 4, 2009
How Communism fell so abruptly according to Slavenka Drakulic
After reading this book, I still cannot imagine coming into such a harsh world. Many Americans don't absorb how lucky they are until they experience
HIST 2002 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE 4:30 TERMS Prague Spring WHEN: Jan 5, 1968 WHERE: Czechoslovakia WHAT: period of political liberalization to grant partial decentralization of the economy and democratization Soviets did not like the reforms and invaded Pe
1 Brooks Ross History 2002 John Hatch September 24, 2009 Topic 1
There are many wealthy born individuals that often do not choose to benefit from their riches and selective opportunities they are given. Sometimes being around this upper class leads an ind
Brooks Ross H istory 2002 John Hatch September 24, 2009 Topic 1
Topic One: How does "A Gentle Spirit" exemplify the theme of the "Superfluous Man" (or Woman) in Russian literature? The Superfluous Man (Russian: ) is a 19th century Russian literary concept
Brooks Ross History 2002 November 17, 2009 What is a "communist eye?"
In her book "How we survived Communism and Even Laughed," Slavenka Drakulic describes a "communist eye" as the "third spiritual eye placed in the middle for one's forehead, this eye sca
HIST 2002 First paper assignment: "A Gentle Spirit". Due Date: Sept. 25th, in class Please review late and hard-copy policies outlined in the syllabus. Write a three-four page paper, printed, double-spaced, on one of the following topics: NOTE: PLEASE IND
HIST 2002 Midterm Study Guide
General: The midterm will be held on Monday, October 12th, in class. You must bring an unmarked, full-sized bluebook and hand it to the instructor at the beginning of class. Bluebooks will then be redistributed to the class o