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kaylea hertel

on 20 April 2010

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Transcript of napolean

Napolean King Louis xvi his wife 1.prescriptive because people did not like the king.
2.behavior, it is a statue of the king and his wife so it shows how they acted.
3.some what tells you of the elite because the king and his wife got a statue made of them. the perspective is from the sculptor.
4.you can answer what the king and his wife looked like and the benefits of this sourse is that you can see it.
5.when was the sculptor sculpted or why, the limitationsof this source is that it gives you nothing but a image. napolean 1.descriptive, there was a fight and it shows death.
2.both, ideology because there would be death from a war and behavior because you can see people worshipping.
3.both, the elite are on horses and dressed better the ordinary are dead or on theieir knees. from the perspective of the artist.
4.you could answer questions such as there was death from the fight and survivors, the benefits are you have the visual aid.
5.it may not help you answer questions such as when, why or how, the limitations of this sourse unable to read anything about it, and you are relying on the artists visual.
There is no such thing as accident; it is fate misnamed. 1.descriptive , because people thought that accidents were just fate renamed.
2.ideology because fate is meant to happen and something would not happen accidentaly it would only happen for a reason.
3.it tells about the beliefs because people thought things were not accidents, they thought everything was meant to happen.
4.the questions you could answer are how people felt about fate and accidents. the benifits of this source are telling me how people thought.
5.this source can not help me answer the question of how they felt on everything else.
Women are nothing but machines for producing children. 1.prescriptive because he thought nothing of women.
2.it describes behavor because saying like this tell you about what kind of person they are.
3.it tells about the beliefs of elite because Napoleon was high class and thought little of women.
4.the historical questions that can be answered are how women were treated and the benefits of this source are fact and documented.
5.this source does not help me answer things such as why he felt this way,the limitations of this source are not knowing why he felt women were nothing more than children makers. You must not fight too often with one enemy, or you will teach him all your art of war. 1.descriptive, people thought if you fought to often with ann enemy you would teach them everything you know.
2.both because the behavior of the people fighting would be learned by the enemies and ideology because if someone does see to much of what you do they will learn everything.
3.this tells you that they believe that things should not happen to often or someone else will learn them
4.you can answer th question of how smart they were and how they thought things would work.
5.this source did not answer the question of if they still fought all the time or if they did not fight often. I can no longer obey; I have tasted command, and I cannot give it up. 1.descriptive because he is saying after you get a taste of power you will never go back.
2.behavior it is saying that you can not control yourself, or that you can not change.
3.it tells you the actions of the elite because they say once they get a taste of power there is no going back.
4.it can answer the question of how people reacted with a little power and what they were capable of.
5.this can not answer the question of what happened when the power was taken away from you.
Kaylea Hertel Jasmine Rivera
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