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Homework151 Words / ~1 page La Candidatura italiana La candidatura italiana si considera di una lettera d’accom­pagna­ment­o al curriculum e di una curriculum vitae. Una foto non è necessaria, anche le pagelle e diverse referenze non sono allegate alla candidatura. In caso di un collochio le pagelle e le referenze saranno portare alla ditta. Delle candidature online e spesse in Italia. È necessaria di scrivere la candidatura in italiano per presentare delle conoscenze della lingua italiana. La lettera di accompagnamen­to deve essere breve. Si deve rivolgersi ad un annuncio e accenna il curriculum vitae allegato e si anche prega di un collochio. Il layout e la carta sono molto importante. È anche molto importante di avere una persona di rivolgersi presso la ditta dove si vuole candidare. Delle candidature personale hanno meglio possibilità.…[show more]
Presentation423 Words / ~ pages La Sicilia La Sicilia è una regione dell’It­alia meridionale di 5,1 milioni di abitanti. La Sicilia è completamente circondata del mar mediterraneo. Le province sono Aguiento, Calanissetto, Catonia, Enna, Messina, Palermo, Ragusa, Siracusa e Trapani. La Sicilia è il luogo dove l’ambie­nte, il paesaggio, la storia e gli uomini determinano una sensibilità diversa. La musica La musica è una parte importante della cultura siciliana. Gli uomini amano suoni allegri, che fanno la vita più semplice. Molta gente canta durante il lavoro per farla più piacevole. La Tarantella è il più importante ballo in Sicilia e viene ballata alle celebrazioni. Palermo Palermo è il capoluogo della Sicilia con 700.000 abitanti. Alcuni pensano che la metropoli sia avvincente, ma gli altri credono che Palermo sia una città caotica e trascurata.…[show more]
Abstract1.148 Words / ~ pages Nineteen Eighty-Four – George Orwell Summary Contents Story. 1 Author 3 Story Winston Smith works in the Records Department of the Ministry of Truth. On lunchtime he goes back in his flat and begins to write in his diary in a part of his room where he cannot be seen by the telescreen. He thinks about earlier that day when he had attended the Tow Minutes Hate at Work. The Two Minutes Hate is a meeting which is designed to increase people’s love for Big Brother and to increase their hate for the enemy and the arch-traitor Emmanuel Goldstein. At the meeting he noticed two people. Winston thinks that one of them, a dark-haired girl, is spying him. The other person he thinks about is O’Brien. Winston writes in his diary “Down with Big Brother”. He is then frightened by a knock on the door, because he thinks he has already been found. Mrs. Parson has…[show more]
Summary710 Words / ~ pages One Good Man by Sherman J. Alexie Summary Author Sherman J. Alexie was born in October 1966. He grew up on the Spokane Indian Reservation in Wellpinit in Washington. He went to attend Gonzaga University before transferring to Washington State University and becoming one of the first members of his tribe to graduate from college. Story An Indian man lived together with his father. His father was very ill, ha sat in a wheelchair because he had no feet anymore and was nearly blind. The Indian man looked after his father because his father didn’t want to die in the hospital. Before the Indian took his father out of hospital he looked for things that could kill his father and threw them away. He threw away all candy stuff and chocolate. Later that day he lifted his father out of his van and set him in his electric wheelchair. His father looked so…[show more]
Summary736 Words / ~ pages The Hound of the Baskerville Author Arthur Conan Doyle was born in Edinburgh in 1859. As the son of a civil servant, he was educated at Stonyhurst School and then spent a year in Austria, before taking a degree in medicine at Edinburgh University. Later he began to write detective stories and became the author of more than 50 books. His stories about the detective Sherlock Holmes are the most famous ones. He was a prolific writer whose other works include science fiction stories, historical novels, plays and romances, poetry and non-fiction. He died in1930 in Crossborough in Sussex. Charakters Sherlock Holmes Dr. Watson Sir Henry Baskerville Mr. Stapelton Story Mr. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson have to solve a mysterious crime. One day Doctor James Mortimer comes to them to ask for help because of the sudden death of Sir Charles…[show more]
Summary647 Words / ~ pages The Pearl Author John Steinbeck Main Characters Kino Juana Coyotito (their baby) Story Kino, his wife Juana and their son Coyotito live in a house by the sea. One morning a scorpion stings Coyotito. Kino and Juana rush him to the doctor in town. When they arrive at the doctor’­s gate, they are not welcome because they are poor natives who cannot pay for the doctor. Kino decides to take the canoe out to the sea and is diving for pearls. Kino finds the largest and greatest pearl that he has ever seen. The whole neighbourhood gathers at Kino’s house to see the greatest pearl of the world. With the pearl Kino wants to pay for an education for his son and also a church wedding. In the evening a priest visits Kino and the doctor arrives. The doctor explains that he was out in the morning but he has come yet to cure Coyotito. He gives Coyotito…[show more]
Abstract497 Words / ~ pages The Short Reign of Pippin IV Author John Steinbeck was born in Salinas, California, in 1902. The town is a few miles from the Pacific Coast and near the fertile Salinas Valley – an area that was to be the background of much of his fiction. He studied marine biology at Stanford University but left without taking a degree and, after a series of labouring jobs, began to write. An attempt at a free-lance literary career in New York failed, and he returned to California, continuing to write in a lonely cottage. Popular success came to him only in 1935 with Tortilla Flat. That book’s promise was confirmed by succeeding works – In dubious Battle, Of Mice and Men, and especially The Grapes of Wrath, a novel so powerful that it remains among the archetypes of American culture. Often set in California, SteinbeckR­17;s later…[show more]

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