Willa Cather, born in Virginia in 1873 moved to Nebraska in 1883. From her life experiences in Nebraska, Cather wrote the acclaimed novel "O Pioneers" in 1913. Accurately so, her writing style was . . . .
The Ebola virus is only one of the potential or real epidemics facing Africa today. AIDs may be the most devastating disease on the continent in terms of number affected, while Ebola is feared as . . . .
The architecture of a building is conceived with two things in mind: Structural stability, and aesthetic design. In all structures, stability is obviously the aspect which takes precedence over . . . .