Monthly Archive: November 2012

Bourgeois Revolution

This group when it starts to receive force politics, exists an approach next to the real family for same Common and the proper Cromwell to establish an agreement in which the king would be tronado under the circumstance from that he would receive only one representation of the English spirit, of the customs and England, but the power politician would be restricted to the House of commons. The search of support of the rafamia was important only at the first moment, therefore in second hand one same value for perceiving does not exist that it is possible to turn the world tip-head, that is, to arrive not necessarily at the power and yes to gain voice inside of a process politician. For the English elites, the aristocracy that it emerged in the power, the agreement politician would be basic. All of the elite, it was aristocracy or the bourgeoisie, perceives the threats. The association aims at to fight the revolutionary ideas of being able popular, disarming the rafamia and financing not more the Army of New Type, but that one of the State. At this moment England gains composition of strong, solid National State again, with army, resources and the king, who although to lose the minimum to be able that it withheld, a symbol of national unit becomes pacifying and calming those plaitiffs in the Country of Wales, the Esccia, Ireland Being nothing more than a species about play politics.

Using of the marxist conception, the English Revolution was a preparation for the liberal revolutions despite it has been the French Revolution the true Bourgeois Revolution. It did not have a hegemony politics, but a constant dispute for the power of the aristocracy with the king and the bourgeoisie. According to Marx, it is important to perceive English revolution as the first liberal revolution with the participation of the bourgeoisie negotiating a space in the power politician in the House of commons through republican readings. has even so not reached its objective in the English Revolution, this would be only the precursor of a process that would lead to the desencadeamento of a repetitive bourgeois revolution, developing itself gradually until reaching its apex in the French Revolution. The bourgeoisie would reach, at this moment, not only the economic power as well as politician. In short, the English Revolution is one of the bourgeois revolutions of the modern age, being that the main bourgeois revolution that reached its full development was the French Revolution.

United States

This, obviously was not nor the only nor the determinative reason. After the crises of years 20 and 30, exactly with the measures of new deal of Roosevelt, the United States alone surpassed the fall of the economy times later? in 1937 the crisis came back with total force. The time of recovery of the crisis was enough for the growth of the nazism and fascism, since England and France were callous, finished on account of the first war. England alone attacked Germany when the same one invaded the Denmark? country very next to England? in intention to dominate the sea Baltic and to apply its strategy of ' ' Vital&#039 space; '. Already France was invaded inside of the plans of Hitler when the nazistas tried to invade Belgium ' ' driblar' ' the Maginot Line? French ortaleza that was in its borders, except in Belgium. That is, nazism and the fascism had grown at a very fertile moment for the authoritarianism. Moment where the great democratic powers were in crisis. The moment that also served for the growth and the return of Russia. this is what it differentiates? although the similarities between first and as the conflict, starting for the blocks that if formed since the war Franc-prussiana? the first war of second? the affirmation of some authors is questionable of whom first and the second war had been one only, the occidental entrance of the Soviet Union, therefore in contrast of what Hollywood and periodicals propagated, the second war was much more between Germany and Soviet Unio? countries that more were prepared for the conflict? of what between Americans? said ' ' rescuers of ptria' ' even in Brazil? nazistas.

Inner Labyrinth

The biography of Emily Dickinson (Amhers, the New England, 1830-1886) is full of silencios peculiarities and. On his life Jorge wrote Luis Borges: does not have, that I know, one more a life more enthusiastic and solitary than the one of this woman. It preferred to dream the love and to imagine it and perhaps to fear it. In his shut in village of Amhers it looked for the imprisonment of its house and, in its house, the imprisonment of the white color and the one of not letting itself see by the few friendly that received. In those years of voluntary confinement, election that took very young, constructed one of the most solid works of universal Literature.

She was intelligent, rebellious and cultured, like his own poetry. While still alive Emily published six poems. All almost appeared in local newspapers on the initiative of their sister-in-law and against her will. After their death 1775 poetries were shortages, the majority written between 1858 and 1865, that the critic and the readers like one of the great poets for all time revealed before. Four years after his death, in 1890, it was published a first volume with part of its work. Nowadays the publications of their complete works in hundreds of languages are innumerable. In addition also an abundant and interesting correspondence exists that maintained with personages such as Emerson and Samuel Bowles. to particularly they move the letters me that interchanged with their premiums, the Norcross brothers, because in you are the daily life becomes purest of poetries: I abro my window, and the full room of white dirt. I believe that God must be cleaning the dust; and the wind blows, so I hope to read in The Republican Signals of alert for Amhers or Ningun boat has weighed anchor of Phoenix Row the life is so rotatory that the desert touches each unoa sometimes to him.