The Literature Major allows students to address fundamental questions about the nature, function, and value of literature in a broadly comparative context. Majors read and write about a wide variety of literary works across periods, genres, and national traditions. They investigate traditional and contemporary approaches to literary study, ancient and modern literary theory, and the relationship of literature to film and to other branches of the arts and sciences. The Literature Major offers students the freedom to construct a program of study that reflects their intellectual goals. All students planning to major in Literature should register with the Director of Undergraduate Studies, who will work with them to develop a coherent, well-focused sequence of courses suited to their individual interests.
In Eastern Asian architecture, the hip-and-gable roof comprise a hip roof that slopes down on all four sides and integrates a gable on two opposing sides. It is usually constructed with two large sloping roof sections in the front and back respectively, while the two sides each are usually constructed with a smaller roof section. The style is of Chinese origin and has spread across Asia. The original style and similar styles are found in the traditional architecture of Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Mongolia, Tibet, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Kalmykia and among others.
The Golden Retriever is a large-sized breed of dog bred as gun dogs to retrieve shot waterfowl such as ducks and upland game birds during hunting and shooting parties, and were named 'retriever' because of their ability to retrieve shot game undamaged. Golden Retrievers have an instinctive love of water, and are easy to train to basic or advanced obedience standards. They are a long-coated breed, with a dense inner coat that provides them with adequate warmth in the outdoors, and an outer coat that lies flat against their bodies and repels water. Golden Retrievers are well suited to residency in suburban or country environments. Although they need substantial outdoor exercise, they should be housed in a fenced area because of their instinctual tendency to roam. Any idea where this Golden Retriever roamed to?
I've made some headway on finding your railroad tracks, but haven't been able to narrow it down just yet. Probo Trans Beroun is a bus company located in the Czech Republic. I've identified the 1201 bus shown in the photo, but can't find a route. Hopefully someone else can run from there? Gregg.
Jessie Peck has many bald eagle friends when he walks out on the deck of this fishing boat in Dutch Harbor, Alaska with a pan full of fresh fish. At first you see a few eagles on deck… thhen the camera pans around and WOW! They are perched all over the boat and flying above. As an added bonus we hear the music "Free Bird" by Lynyrd Skynyrd playing. Rick
Roofing is a skill that can takes years to master depending on what you want to do, but tarring a roof is a project that can easily be managed by the novice. This process is done to protect your roof from the elements, and it is usually applied to a flat roof because, unlike a slanted roof, the flat roof is exposed to all of the elements. The sun beats down on it for hours a day and rain can collect and hang around for weeks at a time because it does not drain off like it would on a slanted structure. You can apply roofing tar to a slanted roof if you want, but there typically is not much need.
According to a report recently released by Atlas of Giving, after a stellar year of charitable donations in 2015, the outlook for this year is less than robust. In fact, U.S.-based giving could decrease by as much as 3.2% for a variety of reasons—including rising interest rates, a possible stock market correction, and continuing decline in employment compensation. But just because certain economic factors may have an impact on giving, this doesn't mean that you should put off your own charitable efforts. Can you show me where these two made their charitable contributions?
Steven Raichlenis an American culinary writer, TV host, and most recently novelist. Raichlen created the TV show Barbecue University (aka BBQ U), which aired for four seasons from 2003 to 2006 on American Public Television. From 2008 to 2010 he hosted Primal Grill, again on American Public Television. Primal Grill focused on the "how-tos" of live fire cooking, employing different grills for each technique. In 2015, he created Project Smoke on public television, focusing on traditional and cutting-edge techniques in smoked food. Raichlen also hosts a French-language TV show called Le Maitre du Grill on Zeste in Quebec.
let's take a tour of the human brain. not safe for lunch.
GoPro: Return to the Ditch - Tandem Kayak
his heart will go on
proper lab attire includes goggles!
Yeomni Park - Escaping from North Korea in search of freedom
kitty helps her owner play the piano
yes, welcome to our county
Anthem Of The Seas Vs huge waves and 120 mph winds. Viewed from my room on the third floor!
Glock-Fishing Underwater - 9mm Handgun Shooting Lionfish
russian Tupolev Tu-95 bear bonbers
behold, the belgian health minister
the ladies seem to flock to a guy they're supposed to hate
Atlanta news team drops slick tribute to The Notorious B.I.G.
just a raccoon stuck in a tank
beth b at the bewch
Christen Courtney in Horny Evening
Sofia Richie Nipple in Slightly See Through Bra
Angelique ‘Frenchy' Morgan Completely Nude on the Beach!
See Through the catwalk by Greek model
It Can Be Our Little Secret Sexy Babe Home Alone
Spain: Semi-naked, 'blood' soaked animal rights activists protest against bullfighting