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Edmund Spenser was an English poet who lived for less than 50 years. He was best known for Faerie Queen, an epic poem and fantastical allegory celebrating the Tudor Dynasty and Elizabeth I. He is recognised as one of the premier craftsman of Modern English verse in its infancy. He is considered as one of the greatest poets in the English language.
The movies on Frankenstein have effectively projected Mary Shelly’s description of the creature as a distorted human form. The lack of proportionality of his limbs to the body, the lustrous nature of his hair, and the brilliant teeth stand out as contrasted to his sallow, shrivelled and thin skin, along with watery eyes and black lip.
This article was written by Censky, Annalyn a staff of CNN on Feb 9, 2011. The article is about the criticism of the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke. He was being critiqued by a republic Paul Ryan after he made statements concerning the economy, fiscal and monetary policies of the state.
The article highlights that the old management at AIG including Edwards Liddy would have somewhat restricted the initiatives that need to be taken to allow the company to become efficient even in the recessionary market. The author mentions “with a major shake-up among its decision makers, new management will have the opportunity to continue with Liddy’s plan to further reshape the company, or put their own stamp on how to create a leaner, more efficient AIG.” (Bernard, 2009)