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Hence, prompting the photographer end up interested in taking the image, which is also the case it has remained to date in libraries to show utter human desperation. I think the 32 year old mother in this case is pondering the next move in her quest to find how she will feed her family of 7 children, which was not an easy given the then deplorable conditions she was then.
The most interesting thing in this image is how the joyful dancers seem to try the then style while singing along the song. Style in this case refers to both dressing and dancing, which stand out in this image as evident event in the background men’s pants being of the same fashion. The image gives a bit of realities of the American African juke point where people used to enjoy themselves and forget the then period’s bigotry. Therefore, I think the image though taken many years ago to date acts as a reminder of how the then people’s social life used to be. This is despite in the current political arena many terming the period being characterized by
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Though Machiavelli says he is addressing a Prince to be, he gives off an air of being far more knowledgeable, and therefore more powerful than anyone he addresses. Or maybe that is just my own feeling while reading it because I feel a bit overwhelmed of such discussion of empires as though it was mere table talk.
In his book “The Souls of Black Folk” he shares his personal experience of being an African American, forty years after the Civil War. In the chapter ‘Of Our Spiritual Strivings’, he shares his story of how everything used to be normal when he was young and how racism started with the passage of time.
Convex lenses to correct vision had been invented in Tuscany between 1280 and 1285. Despite this early invention, the reason it wasn’t believed that these lenses had been available at this earlier time period rests on a variety of science-related factors, including the late inventions of the telescope and the microscope and a general distrust of the distortions brought forward by the glass.
Growing up in an environment where the protection of life and property were deemed to be paramount, I developed an interest in pursuing this field as a vocation. Listening to my father talk about the fires that he and his team had put out or how the firefighting unit that he was part of educated residents about precautions against fire shaped my early life experiences.