History and Literature

@article{RiceHistoryAL,
  title={History and Literature},
  author={Emily J. Rice and Gudrun Thorne-Thomsen},
  journal={The Elementary School Teacher and Course of Study},
  volume={2},
  pages={40 - 48}
}
ing us to a wider interest in social welfare and a new conception of social duty. We are slowly coming to believe that the individual realizes his best self only in the larger experience of the whole. This view of life involves a conscious attempt to give the individual a true appreciation of his relationships. As long as we are without a knowlege of the needs of the community, and without a consideration for the general interests, society must suffer. The task of education is to furnish… 

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The objectification of women is a communal problem in every developed and underdeveloped society of the world. Women make a major population of the world and serve society in multidimensional modes,

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Portuguese and Brazilian Literature

dad en las Sonatas," 203-15; Rodolfo Cardona, “El tiempo en Sonata de otofio," 216-23; Emma S. Speratti-Pinero, “Valle-Inclan y Mexico:Parte I, Sonata de estlo," 224-29; Roberta Salper de Tortella,