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Poetry often explores universal themes and experiences such as love, loss, nature, identity, and the human condition. These themes resonate across cultures and time periods, making poetry a timeless art form that can connect people from different backgrounds.

Oscar Auliq-Ice

added by Auliq-Ice
9 months ago

Across our country, politics has replaced teaching at the expense of our children, politicized classrooms have caused education standards to fall, leaving children without the proper core competencies in literacy and history. This curriculum explores our nation’s journey through time, while also reinforcing literacy skills through critical reading and writing instruction using this innovative platform.

Kathleen Leos

Found on FOX News
2 years ago

We very quickly realized that this socially accepted liquor that elevates people, makes people merry and makes people make great decisions, also kills people and destroys families, we wanted to make a movie that explores the whole spectrum of alcohol, but more importantly... wanted to make a life-affirming film about living instead of just existing.

Thomas Vinterberg

Found on Reuters
3 years ago

The wind is the moon's imagination wandering. It seeps through cracks, ripples the grass, explores the unknown. My love is my soul's imagination.

Saul Williams

added by anonymous
4 years ago

This work explores the intersection between man and machine, we have seen many works trying to augment humans with parts of machines, here we look at the other way around and try to make the devices we use every day more like us, i.e. human-like.

Anne Roudaut

Found on FOX News
4 years ago

This exhibition marks 100 years since the end of the Romanov dynasty and explores one of the most dramatic periods in Russian history, all through the unique lens of science, our curatorial team have brought together an exceptional, rare and poignant collection to tell this remarkable story.

Ian Blatchford

Found on FOX News
5 years ago

I ... hope that everyone who suggested a name will feel just as inspired to follow the ship's progress as it explores our polar regions.

David Attenborough

Found on Reuters
8 years ago

Like many universities and community, Duke has had a summer reading for many years to give incoming students a shared intellectual experience with other members of the class, 'Fun Home' was ultimately chosen because it is a unique and moving book that transcends genres and explores issues that students are likely to confront.

Michael Schoenfeld

Found on CNN
8 years ago

It's an exhibition that explores this item that is very common to most people, everyone has a pair of sneakers, but this show kind of explores its history from the 19th century through today and how it's become this kind of iconic form of footwear that has so many different meanings.

Lisa Small

Found on Reuters
9 years ago

Films are frequently the first events in which Western designers encountered Chinese imagery, the exhibition explores the impact of movies in shaping their fantasies.

Andrew Bolton

Found on Reuters
9 years ago

It explores the human condition in a fresh way. Through the lens (of the disease) you see the fragility but also the resilience of what it is to be human.

Pamela Hogan

Found on FOX News
9 years ago

The third season explores what happens to these people when they suddenly are in the hot, white spotlight of being president and first lady, that's a very interesting dynamic to start to investigate.

Kevin Spacey

Found on Reuters
9 years ago

Poetry is the language in which man explores his own amazement.

Christopher Fry

added by anonymous
13 years ago

The only difference between a genius and one of common capacity is that the former anticipates and explores what the latter accidentally hits upon; but even the man of genius himself more frequently employs the advantages that chance presents him; it is the lapidary who gives value to the diamond which the peasant has dug up without knowing its value.

Abbe Guillaume Raynal

added by anonymous
13 years ago

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