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Sitting Bull: A Profile of a Lakota Leader
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A 4 page overview of the life of Tatanka-Iyotanka, a Lakota man who would become known by the English name of Sitting Bull. Born in 1834, Sitting Bull ultimately became one of the most influential leaders of the Lakota Sioux. He led the Lakota as they attempted to outmaneuver their most formidable enemy, the great flood of whites that had invaded their country. Sitting Bull was much more than a formidable opponent on the battlefield, however, he was also a holy man and a skilled negotiator. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Social Justice/Ihara Saikaku & Nawal El Saadawi
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A 4 page essay that contrasts and compares two short stories, Ihara Saikaku's "Barrelmaker Brimful of Love" and Nawal El Saadawi's "In Camera." Saikaku's story is set in seventeenth century Japan and El Saadawi's narrative is set in twentieth century Egypt, yet both authors relate their particular society's perspective on social justice, in regards to women's place in society. In so doing, these stories demonstrate that the position of women in each of these societies is similar despite the differences in time and locale. In each story, women are pictured as secondary to the main thrust of societal interest. In both stories, one sees an emphasis of the power of male authority and the importance to these cultures that women remain subjugated and controlled. No bibliography is offered.
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Solomon Lefschetz
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5 pages in length. Solomon Lefschetz, touted as one of the most revolutionary mathematicians of all time, played a major role in the progress of American mathematics at the turn of the century and beyond. He was a Russian-born mathematician who, after earning his United States citizenship in 1912, christened a new era in American mathematics by way of his comprehensive methods and development of algebraic topology. The writer chronicles his life's achievements and demonstrates how beneficial his accomplishments were to the United States. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Sophie Cheron: Early Feminist
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7 pages in length. Elisabeth Sophie Chéron is the main topic of this documnent which is focused not only on the work of Cheron but the fact that she was able to overcome gender bias in a time when the female was not considered worthy of such recognition. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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