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    world. Such uncovering is not as simply said than done, as discovering one’s self is a journey of potential self-actualization. A predicament in which this can be seen is with the fugitive from the novella The Invention of Morel, written by Adolfo Bioy Casares, and also with Chris from the novella The Return of the Soldier, written by Rebecca West. Both protagonists, the fugitive and Chris, experience the conflict of understanding one’s reason for being in terms of the relationships they have with

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    1) Oliverio Girondo’s poetry is representative of a “new style” of art encompassed in José Ortega y Gasset’s The Dehumanization of Art. Aesthetics no longer conform to the traditional classical style but instead, champions a futurist type meant to bypass the limitations of rationale in a trivial and playful nature likened to sport. Girondo clearly breaks from the platonic ideals of beauty and delves into the aesthetics of the grotesque by using antipoetic language, which sublimes the abject. This

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    Che Guevara is a legend in several countries. He?s most famous for being a leading figure in the Cuban Revolution in the late 1950s as Communist ideals spread through the island nation 90 miles south of Florida. After the Cuban Revolution, Guevara headed to South America as a guerilla leader who tried to topple several governments there. To understand Guevara?s revolutionary tactics, you must go back a few generations to study his Irish roots. Immigrants to Argentina Che Guevara?s major influence

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    Research Paper On Argentina

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    Running head: ARGENTINA ARGENTINA Argentina Comp. II Halbert Alvarez Abstract Argentina is one of the largest countries in the world. It is sitting at the eighth largest country. It is filled with many valuable minerals. Also, Argentina has a great background of history. It was discovered by Juan D?az de Sol?s in early 16th century. It was disputed and is still being disputed today! Sebastian Cabot went exploring in 1526. He established a fort named Sancti Sp?ritus. Then

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