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Trip to Bulgaria

   Last summer, at the invitation of the Bulgarian Education Bureau and Sofia University, my roommate and I participated in the "45th Bulgarian Language and Culture Summer Training" at Sofia University, and set foot on the target country for the first time. Stroll along the Danube River, swim in the Black Sea, watch handsome guys dive, take a boat trip to the island, go crazy in the town of Banka, DISCO, eat сач (Bulgarian Teppanyaki) at the most famous restaurant in Date... Friendly Bulgarian people, long history , lush forests, charming coasts, and overwhelmed European handsome guys left me with countless beautiful memories.      Sofia The      charming capital Sofia, perhaps the most European city in Bulgaria, is also the largest city in Bulgaria.   Take the subway to the city center, and it is an extraordinary sight when you exit the station. Looking around, the grand National Bank, the small, exquisite and luxurious ЦУМ (Central Department Store), the towering National A

Secular Myths and the Light of Humanity

   Science fiction is one of Hollywood's important film genres. It generally stimulates the audience through eerie or unimaginable cruel scenes, giving people an unparalleled psychological and emotional experience, so it has a large audience in the United States for a long time. One of the top-grossing films in Hollywood. In fact, among the numerous sci-fi films, many different types can be subdivided according to content and style. For example, "Star Wars" shows "the fear of forces other than the earth", while "Frankenstein" It shows "fear of modern science". This article focuses on science fiction films such as "The Flash," "Edward Scissorhands," and "Spider-Man." These films have striking similarities in terms of characterization, storylines, theme ideas, and artistic styles. Full of warm and touching human beauty. It is precisely because of this that this article believes that this type of sci-fi film has an

Chagall and his "White Slaying"

   American art historian Horst Woodmar Johnson summed up modern art as “three trends of expression, abstraction, and fantasy.” If this assertion is true, then the masterpiece of Russian modern painter Mars Chagall’s The White Sorrow " is neither abstract, nor can it be classified into the category of expressionism, because it is full of many imaginary and fantasy things, which cannot be seen in reality at all, and obviously belongs to the latter. The painting uses eclectic free and open methods to express the author's memories of childhood, the accusation of Tsarist despotism and fascist crimes. In his writings, people without wings can fly in the air, and events in different periods and regions can also be combined into one painting. Houses can roll over on the ground, and even stand upside down, like some buildings made of paper that can be flipped upside down with the wind without much weight. This kind of free expression may seem absurd and violates the reality of reality

"Jane Eyre" has been valued by critics since its inception

  The traditional review centers on Jane, but there are very few comments on Bertha, who is hidden in the cold and dark attic of Thornfield Manor. These only comments are also Often simplistic and sloppy: "Either marginalize it and keep it out of the center, foreshadowing and foil the central character, or demonize it with labels like 'devil', 'vampire', 'mad woman' ', 'abandoned woman', 'pervert' and other heinous labels." It was not until the rise of feminism that Bertha was reinterpreted from a feminist perspective. The book "The Mad Woman in the Attic," co-authored by Gilbert and Kuba, opened a "skylight" in Bertha's dark attic, and Bertha entered from the dark attic in the image of a female accuser within people's sight. She is also interpreted as the expression of the feminist thought of the female writer: "The image of the mad woman is in a sense a copy of the female writer, a projection of th

Exotic "Fox Love"

   "The Story of the Lena Fox" was widely circulated in Europe and had far-reaching influence. In France, Germany and other countries, the story of Lena's fox is almost a household name, and even in modern French, the word "Lena" has become a proper noun for fox. All of these are due to the successful portrayal of an alert and wise fox, Lena, in the story.   Lena Fox first appeared as a wise and witty noble baron. In the animal kingdom described, he is the courtier of King Noble the Lion along with Isanggrand Wolf and Bren Bear. King Noble Lion is domineering and domineering. Isanggrand Wolf and Bren Bear do something wrong and take it by force. The storyline mainly revolves around the struggle between Lena Fox and Isanggrand Wolf, Bren Bear, King Noble Lion, etc. Among them, the struggle between Lena Fox and Isanggrand Wolf occupies the main part of the story. The powerful Isanggrand Wolf was repeatedly plotted by the seemingly gentle and kind-hearted Lena Fox,

Rebel, Rebel: Madonna Trajectory

   Even the most ignorant people know the name of Madonna, the queen of pop music. There's no denying that she and Michael Jackson were the pop duo of the 1980s. In the world pop music world where newcomers are emerging, despite the continuous emergence of outstanding female singers, who would dare to say that she has replaced Madonna? Maybe you don't like her hoarse voice at all, and you hate her overly sexy, but you have to admit, she is a woman who has climbed to the top of pop music.   On August 16, 1958, Madonna was born into an ordinary Italian immigrant family in the western United States. It's weird that from a very young age she wanted to be famous and to rock the world. For more than 40 years, hidden behind Madonna's figure is an unknown story.      A rebellious girl from a conservative family      In 1920, Madonna's grandfather Gaetano Cicconi sailed from Naples to New York. Like thousands of Italian immigrants, he went to the New World to break into the

Dark Trends: Not Every Technology Is the Future

   Do all future-oriented trends imply value or opportunity? In other words, will any emerging technology have considerable development and application in the future? If so, how long will this future take to come? 5 years, 10 years, or more than the length of our lives?   We generally think that the Industrial Revolution brought great changes to human society at that time rather than gradual changes; we would think that after the invention of the train, horses and donkeys should be laid off, because the ruts can only lead to Rome, and the rails extend into the future.   But is this really the case? Are trends really that easy to grasp? Does the predicted trend really have a bright future?   After human beings entered the railway age, in 75-200 years, it was the golden age of carriage transportation! It didn't die out immediately until the 19th century, when railroads led to a dramatic rise in the total volume of freight transported, but railroad tracks couldn't reach every nook

The Boer War: The Beginning of the End of the British Empire

   If the British were told that the Boer War was a war launched by diamond dealer Rhodes and others to control South Africa's mineral resources, at least at the time, the British public would not agree. isn't it? Didn’t they have previously condemned the Jansen expedition against the Boers allegedly instigated and supported by Rhodes and others? Didn’t Rhodes almost lose his reputation as a result, not only losing the post of Prime Minister of the South African Colony, but also nearly making him Did the company lose the various mining and operating concessions it owned?   The so-called imperialists with their own interests launch all kinds of expansionary wars because of their own selfishness, and they are often more of a reckoning after the fall, especially when things are not going well, just like the American public often "wake up like a dream" after the fact: It turns out that what the U.S. government has done in the Middle East and Central Asia may be more for t

Russia's gift to the Americas

   The technology of transmitting images to distant places is not commonly thought of as a postwar invention. The beginnings of television can be traced back to the late 19th century. At that time, many countries, including Russia, conducted experiments. For example, as early as 1880, a student at the University of Zurich, Russian Profilie Bakhmediev (1860-1913, Russian physicist and biologist) had envisaged that still images could be sent through television. In the last 20 years of the 19th century, there were 25 registered patents for the design of the prototype of modern television, of which Russia accounted for 5.   The idea of ​​​​creating inventions is often far ahead of the technological power of the time. For example, a postal officer named Alexander Polumodvinov used the concept of "primary colors" in his life. In essence, he already had some ideas of color television. The term "television" first appeared in a Russian scientific report at the Paris Internat