A house is a place where it is always warm and cozy, where you are always welcome and everything is arranged as you want. Often people say my house is my castle, and they are absolutely right. But, probably to great joy, contrary to the majority opinion, a house is not only a place where you live.
I believe that a house is, first of all, the place where you were born and grew up, because for all your life, you can buy an apartment, a room or a private house and call them your house, but a true, real house, it is not for sale or bought, it is It is either given to a person during his lifetime, or is built with his own hands with the help of your relatives and friends.
If we consider this issue on a larger scale, then our home can be called the village and the city, and even the country where you come from.
Introduction Welcome to your new job in Utopia Housing Trust (UHT). This booklet is designed to give you a brief overview of our Housing Association and the different types of accommodation we offer, the services we provide to our community, our values, particularly Equality and …Read more
1. Introduction The essay will try to answer for one question: Are we at “The End of Social Housing”. To understand good this problem the meaning of social housing should be presented, short history of this occurrence. As it is presented in next chapter the …Read more
Introduct³on Some of the first designs of small combined heat and power systems are now becoming available for individual houses, group residential units and small non-domestic premises.Comb³nåd Håàt ànd Powår (CHP) syståms s³multànåously dål³vår ålåctr³c ànd thårmàl ånårgy ànd thus uså fuål fàr morå åff³c³åntly …Read more
Virginia Woolf’s Answer to “Women Can’t Paint, Women Can’t Write” in To the Lighthouse By Daniela Munca1 Abstract This essay addresses Virginia Woolf’s personal stand in her answer to “women can’t paint, women can’t write”, a reflection on the Victorian prejudice of the role of …Read more
Literary influences of the books; Concern of Wilde on blending Christianity and aestheticism; ???? : 1351 In a famous statement to W. B. Yeats, Oscar Wilde called Walter Pater’s The Renaissance “my golden book; I never travel anywhere without it. “( n1) Nor is Pater’s …Read more