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Many people realized that Pablo Picasso was a genius but he disappointed those who wanted he to become a traditional painter.
He was always breaking the rules of artistic traditions and shocked public with his strange and powerful pictures.
He is probably good known for his ‘Cubist’ pictures, which used only simple geometric shapes.
His paintings of people often make up of triangles and squares with their features in the wrong place.
His work changed our ideas about art and, nowadays, to millions of people modern art mean the work of Picasso.
George Bernard Shaw
George Bernard Shaw, an outstanding Irish playwright and critic, bear in Dublin on July 26, 1856 to a poor protestant family.
Later the family move to London. There he started writing novels and plays.
Between 1892 and 1930 he write over twenty plays, both tragedies and comedies.
One of the popular plays is ‘Pygmalion’.
In many countries of the world this play always be a great success with the public.
The use of animals for science purposes is a difficult ethical problem.
Many people owe their lives to modern drugs or surgical techniques that first were tested on animals.
Some of these develop would not have been possible without animal experiments.
People who campaign for animal rights are usually young and health, and have not yet needed the benefits of medical progress.
Perhaps it is ethically accept to sacrifice animals for the sake of medical research, as long as the animals do not suffer.
But that theory point of view rises another difficult question:
what can be considered as suffer?