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You are to keep a weekly diary/journal that captures the tasks, duties, and responsibilities of your internship position. Your diary should also record any significant…

You are to keep a weekly diary/journal that captures the tasks, duties, and responsibilities of your internship position. Your diary should also record any significant problems or issues that surface during the term of your internship and how these problems or issues were resolved. In addition, your diary should record the most important things you feel you learned during the week and how they relate to the weekly discussion topics.
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sometimes ashamed of me. In short, I seek marriage or some sort of public involvement with a woman so as to shut the mouths of assorted contemptible creatures whose opinions mean nothing to me, but who are in a position to cause distress to those near to me”. One of his admirers, a Moscow Conservatory student Antonina Ivanovna Milyukova, was persistently writing him love letters. She threatened to take her life if Tchaikovsky didn’t marry her. Tchaikovsky married Antonina Milyukova in 1877, but frankly told his wife he did not love her though he would be her devoted friend. Not surprisingly, the marriage ended disastrously after a few months, which brought Tchaikovsky close to a nervous breakdown. He even made a suicide attempt by throwing himself into a river. The fact helped him accept his unchangeable sexual nature and stop tormenting himself. She eventually ended up in an insane asylum, where she spent over 20 years and died. They never saw each other again. Although their marriage was terminated legally, Tchaikovsky generously supported her financially until his death. Tchaikovsky was ordered by his doctors to leave Russia until his emotional health was restored. He went to live in Europe for a few years. Tchaikovsky settled together with his brother, Modest, in a quiet village of Clarens on Lake Geneva in Switzerland and lived there in 1877-1878. Tchaikovsky and Milyukova There he wrote his very popular Violin Concerto in D. He also completed his Symphony No.4, which was inspired by Russian folk songs, and dedicated it to a wealthy widow called Nadezhda von Meck. Work and Collaboration with other Musician Tchaikovsky played an important role in the artistic development of Sergei Rachmaninoff, a legendary Russian composer and pianist who emigrated after the Communist revolution of 1917, and became one of the highest paid concert stars of his time, and one of the most influentia>

sometimes ashamed of me. In short, I seek marriage or some sort of public involvement with a woman so as to shut the mouths of assorted contemptible creatures whose opinions mean nothing to me, but who are in a position to cause distress to those near to me”. One of his admirers, a Moscow Conservatory student Antonina Ivanovna Milyukova, was persistently writing him love letters. She threatened to take her life if Tchaikovsky didn’t marry her. Tchaikovsky married Antonina Milyukova in 1877, but frankly told his wife he did not love her though he would be her devoted friend. Not surprisingly, the marriage ended disastrously after a few months, which brought Tchaikovsky close to a nervous breakdown. He even made a suicide attempt by throwing himself into a river. The fact helped him accept his unchangeable sexual nature and stop tormenting himself. She eventually ended up in an insane asylum, where she spent over 20 years and died. They never saw each other again. Although their marriage was terminated legally, Tchaikovsky generously supported her financially until his death. Tchaikovsky was ordered by his doctors to leave Russia until his emotional health was restored. He went to live in Europe for a few years. Tchaikovsky settled together with his brother, Modest, in a quiet village of Clarens on Lake Geneva in Switzerland and lived there in 1877-1878. Tchaikovsky and Milyukova There he wrote his very popular Violin Concerto in D. He also completed his Symphony No.4, which was inspired by Russian folk songs, and dedicated it to a wealthy widow called Nadezhda von Meck. Work and Collaboration with other Musician Tchaikovsky played an important role in the artistic development of Sergei Rachmaninoff, a legendary Russian composer and pianist who emigrated after the Communist revolution of 1917, and became one of the highest paid concert stars of his time, and one of the most influentia>
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