New World Essay Topics

What makes the Lost World so interesting to read?

The Lost World is one of the greatly known books by sir Arthur Conan Doyle. There are many things that made this book then and now so interesting to read, then it was simply the plot and the story of the great English explorers conquering and fighting for their country. Now we see it interesting… View Article

Ninety eighty four

Yet Syme soon disappears and has been vaporized, although we do not know why, it is made clear through Winston’s thoughts by foreshadowing. ‘.. Syme will be vaporized. He is too intelligent. He sees too clearly and speaks too plainly. The party does not like such people. ‘ Huxley introduces the character, ‘John the savage’… View Article

European emigration to New World

New world is a term that originated in the late 15th century, before that time the Europeans wrongly thought that earth was made up of 3 continents; Europe, Africa and Asia. However in the year 1493, Christopher Columbus claimed to have discovered a New World. So the term new world refers to Americas, a continent… View Article

Columbian Exchange: Europe and the Americas

The Columbian Exchange was an impactful spread of culture, food and even frightening diseases between the Old World and the New World. This great exchange started after the accidental discovery of the Americas by Christopher Columbus. Originally, Columbus and his crew set on a journey to find a western sea route to China, India and… View Article

European Colonization of the New World

Up to until towards the end of the 15th century, no European explorers had managed to reach the two American continents, namely North and South America. In the year 1494, sailor Christopher Columbus set out on a voyage with the objective of finding a shorter trade route to India1. Unknowingly, he discovered these two continents…. View Article