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FOOTFALLS – LIVING IN THE PAST

ABSTRACT  The main objective of this project is to propose a collection of soundtracks for a play called Footfalls, which was written by the famous Irish novelist and playwright, Samuel Beckett. Initially, it was written in 1975, and it was first performed at the Royal Court Theater, London, in 1976, directed by Beckett himself. The play is roughly […]



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Sigmund Freud In Vienna

During the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century, Vienna Austria was known to be a world center for science. Sigmund Freud was just one of many individuals who made several advancements that are still recognized and discussed today. In order to understand his significance and contributions to science and Vienna, […]



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Inevitability of Integration: European Union

What is the Inevitability of Integration, and why is it falling apart? The European Union is a collection of nations in Europe who have integrated with one another, which can include several sections. Economic integration is when nations of the EU coordinate their resources with each other through coordination by a higher power that these […]



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