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Biography of Martha Graham - ... The new development in the technique had more flow. During an interview published in the Los Angeles Times newspaper Martha Graham said, “This is what I want from my dancers today to be grounded firmly in technique, but not to be imitations of me (Taylor)." Indeed, she wanted to demonstrate and convey to her dancers that they have to live completely, the dancers have to dance based on their feelings because dancing is a pivotal part of one’s life. Another significant method she used during her dance classes was that she always created her dances without music; the music was added after the choreography had been completed (KISSELGOFF)....   [tags: dancers and choreographers]
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Biography of Martha Graham - Martha Graham began her life in Alleghany, Pennsylvania on May 11, 1894. She would be the oldest of Jane and George Graham’s three girls. Her father was “alienist” that specialized in nervous disorders; a modern day psychologist.1 Although his Presbyterian beliefs were conservative, Dr. Graham’s unusual methods to diagnose through physical movement and his ideas about the body’s unique way to express its inner senses was an influence on his eldest daughter Martha. She would later quote his slogan, “Movement never lies”.2 The idea of body movement expressing emotion and feelings would become Martha Graham’s vocabulary, language and passion through a form of dance she would develop and perfect...   [tags: Dancer, Dance Teacher, Pennsylvania]
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Biography of Martha Graham - Biography of Martha Graham Martha Graham was known as the mother of American dance. She was born on May 11, 1894 in Allegheny, Pennsylvania. At fourteen she moved with her family to California and began dancing. The first dance recital she saw was in Los Angeles, California by choreographer and dance pioneer, Ruth St. Denis. When Graham was twenty-two years old she joined the Denishawn school and dance troupe. The school of Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn had a great impact on Graham’s idea of dance....   [tags: Papers] 459 words
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Martha Graham - Martha Graham Generation after generation, in different countries of the world there has always been different styles of body expression. Dance is a special form of art which movement of the body creates. One of the most delicate types of dance, which evokes emotion, is ballet. For Martha Graham, ballet was not only a dance: it was a way to express a fear or happiness with gestures created by the body. Graham was recognized as having made revolutionary changes in dance: in form, subject matter, in the analysis and examination of her themes....   [tags: Papers] 714 words
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Martha Graham - Martha Graham Martha Graham was one of the most influential figures in American modern dance, and her techniques and styles are still practiced today. She became widely known throughout all ages and decades. Her first debut was in the 1920's. As time went on, she became more experienced and wiser in the modern dance field. Martha Graham, whose style was considered controversial, became one of the finest choreographers and dancers in the dance world. In 1894 Martha was born in Allegheny, Pennsylvania (Pratt 8)....   [tags: Dance Dancing Choreography Essays]
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Martha Graham and her Techniques were Universal through Dance - Martha Graham has had a large impact on modern dance throughout the years and even after her death. She took the conventional dances of her time and revolutionized them. Martha Graham and her techniques have greatly affected modern dance by introducing new and innovative concepts. As Alma Guillermoprieto figured out, Graham was “the first creator of modern dance to devise a truly universal dance technique out of the movements she developed in her choreography” (qtd. in Terry). This statement shows that Martha Graham and her techniques’ affects were universal through dance....   [tags: influential women in choreography]
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The Major Themes in Russell Freedman's Martha Graham, a Dancer’s Life - ... In addition, her dance teachers were able to create extraordinary dance-drama such as, Xochitl. It ended as an immense success; Martha did a huge role in her company. Martha Graham, alias “a brilliant young dancer” (33), performed in Denishawn Company production across America through London. John Martin, the prominent critic, maintained that “No other dancer has yet touched the borders to which [Martha Graham] has extended the compass of movement… she has proved the body capable of a phenomenal range” (67)....   [tags: effort, friendship, choreographing ]
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Biography on Mrath Graham - “Dance is the hidden language of the soul.” With this quote Martha Graham opines that the body says what words cannot. Martha Graham was a significant American dancer, teacher, and choreographer of modern dance in American history. Graham was a person who never thought about being “different” from anyone else, but she certainly was. Graham employed the psychological concepts of Freud and Jung into her dances. Graham also sought to give “visible substance to things felt”, which was a phrase that became a metaphor central to her art form....   [tags: art, culture, expressionism, dance] 720 words
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William Franklin Graham Jr. - An influential leader, William Franklin Graham Jr. was born November 7, 1918 in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is known to be called Billy Graham. His parents are William and Morrow Graham. Graham is the oldest of four children and was raised on a farm. Graham’s parents were Calvinist so from the beginning, Graham was guided on a spiritual path. When Graham was 16 years old he sat in a meeting that evangelist Mordecai Ham speaking. In the meeting, Ham’s preaching of sin got through to Graham. After high school, Graham headed to Tennessee to be in a Christian school, named Bob Jones College....   [tags: Influential Leader, Biography, Billy Graham]
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Maud Martha, by Gwendolyn Brooks -      Black women's experiences and those of other women of color have never fit the private -public model.  Rather than trying to explain why Black women's work and family patterns deviate from the alleged norm, a more fruitful approach lies in challenging the very constructs of work and families themselves. ("Native") Maud Martha Brown had strong ideas regarding marriage.   She set out to conquer the role as wife, in spite of and because of her insecurities and personal hardships.  Unlike the rose-colored images that enveloped the minds of many traditional (white) women during that period of the 1940s and 50s, Maud Martha set her sights on being a bride under the simplest conditions. ...   [tags: Maud Martha Essays]
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Memo to Martha Stewart, CEO of Martha Stewart Omnimedia - Memo to Martha Stewart, CEO of Martha Stewart Omnimedia Dear Ms. Stewart, I am writing to address some concerns I have about the future of your company, Martha Stewart Omnimedia (MSO). Perhaps the one issue that you are grappling with at present is about the Imclone scandal. You have been accused of selling $227,000 worth of Imclone stock based on inside information. Because of these charges of insider trading, your critics have summarily associated you with other disgraced company directors: Kenneth Lay of Enron and Bernard Ebbers of WorldCom....   [tags: Letter Martha Stewart Business Essays]
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Martha Stewart's Insider Trading - Martha Stewart's Insider Trading      Martha Stewart, the countries top icon for homemaking has been in the eye of the public since June 2002, but not for her craftiness or culinary abilities. Stewart instead has the spotlight on her for crimes of insider trading. A tip from her former broker Peter E. Bacanovic, persuaded her into selling her IMClone stock after sharing information about a close friend of Stewart’s getting rid of his shares. Stewart’s companion, Sam Waksal, was also the chief executive of IMClone Systems Inc....   [tags: Business Martha Stewart Essays]
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Martha Stewart's Insider Trading - From being a very successful businesswoman to calling a prison cell home, Martha Stewart has definitely had an interesting past couple of years. She started her career about 30 years ago with a catering business and has since built from that becoming the CEO and Chairman of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. Her success also includes the publication of her magazine Everyday Living, being the commercial spokeswoman for K-Mart, and having her own popular television show, From Martha’s Kitchen. She had built the reputation of being a public figure with how-to advice on creations in the kitchen to gardening....   [tags: Financial Crime Insider Trading Martha Stewart] 1537 words
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Graham Greene's The Human Factor - Graham Greene's The Human Factor "Love was a total risk. Literature had always so proclaimed it. Tristan, Anna Karenina, even the lust of Lovelace - he had glanced at the last volume of Clarissa [13]." People are torn apart from one another simply because of a lack of understanding or a difference in each individual's definition of life. The highest hopes, dreams, and aspirations of one person may be trivial in the eyes of another. The way that one would define love, good, and evil could very well be the exact opposite of another's definition....   [tags: Graham Greene Human Factor] 1209 words
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Martha Stewart - Martha Stewart, founder and CEO of her own multimillion dollar corporation, Martha Stewart Living Omni media was indicted, on charges of lying to investigators, securities manipulation, and obstruction of justice. She was sentenced to five months in a West Virginia state woman’s prison and 5 months on house arrest. Originally it was said that Ms. Stewart was indicted on charges of insider trading, however obviously those charges could not be proven. After a year and a half investigation, she was indicted on totally different charges....   [tags: Martha Stewart, Case Study, solution] 1502 words
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Graham Green's The Quiet American - Graham Green's The Quiet American The Quiet American by Graham Green is a story set during the Vietnam War before the United States became involved. The main character is Thomas Fowler, an English Reporter stationed in Vietnam. The story follows approximately six months of his life where he is faced with personal, professional, and ethical trials. The story also follows closely, the lives of two close friends, Pyle and Phuong. Each of the three main characters are from a different country, and they were used to represent it....   [tags: Graham Green Vietnam War Essays]
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The Signficance of Violence in Graham Greene's The Destructors - The Signficance of Violence in Graham Greene's The Destructors In serious fiction, no act of violence exists for its own sake. Graham Green, in his short story “The Destructors,” reveals certain intangible needs met through one central act of violence. One need we all have as humans is the need to be creative, to express ourselves, to use our imagination. All little boys use their imaginations, which is based on what they see in their environment, whether that be television or their own neighborhood....   [tags: Graham Greene The Destructors]
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Graham's Law - In chemistry and in physics, the movement of particles becomes very important. One way in which particles move is through effusion. The formula for the rate of effusion of gas molecules was developed by a chemist by the name of Thomas Graham in the 19th century. December 21, 1805�September 16, 1869. Thomas Graham was born in December of 1805 in Glasgow, Scotland. His father was a workman who desired that his son enter the Church of Scotland. However, Graham became a student at the University of Glasgow in 1819, where he became interested in the field of chemistry....   [tags: physics chemistry graham grahams law] 619 words
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Graham Swift's Waterland - Graham Swift's Waterland In Graham Swift’s Waterland, Tom Crick says, “Children, it was one of your number, a curly-haired boy called Price… who once… asserted roundly that history was ‘a fairy-tale’… ‘What matters… is the here and now. Not the past… The only important thing about history, I think, sir, is that it’s got to the point where it’s probably about to end’”(6,7). It is very likely that we all have come to a point in our education, at one time or another, where we have encountered sentiments similar to those of Price....   [tags: Waterland Graham Swift Essays] 1160 words
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Martha Stewart and Martha Billes - ... On July 16, 2004 she was sentenced to five months in prison, followed by another five months of house arrest. On top of all this destructive criticism and jail time she faced a lot of financial loss as well as she was sued by ex-employees who apparently were never compensated. These undesirable encounters with the law spread everywhere due to her large impact within media entertainment and tarnished her reputation even further. Having negative public and media attention surrounding her she had to be resilient to continue her business and remain successful....   [tags: entrepreneurs, economy, businesses]
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Biography of Billy Graham and His Accomplishments in His Career - Biography of Billy Graham and His Accomplishments in His Career "This is the Hour of Decision with Billy Graham, coming to you from Minneapolis Minnesota" Billy Graham, has preached to more than 210 million people through a live audience, more than anyone else in history. Not only that, but Mr. Graham has reached millions more through live televison, video and film. This has led Billy to be on the "Ten Most Admired Men in the World" from the Gallup Poll since 1955 a total of thirty-nine times. This includes thirty-two consecutive more than any other individual in the world, placing him as the most popular American for about forty years....   [tags: Billy Graham Religion Evangelism Essays]
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Power and Powerlessness of Individuals in ‘Brighton Rock and ‘The Third Man by Graham Greene - Power and Powerlessness of Individuals in ‘Brighton Rock and ‘The Third Man by Graham Greene The "Third Man" and "Brighton Rock" are texts that share similar characteristics in the sense that there are three central characters in both storylines. The characters can also be matched between the texts. Pinkie Brown is similar to Harry Lime, Holly Martins is similar to Ida Arnold and Rose is similar to Anna. The relationships between the characters are also similar. The characters of Pinkie/Harry are the ‘villains' in their separate stories....   [tags: Compare Contrast Graham Greene ] 1422 words
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Martha and Mary Magdalene by Caravaggio - The Painting Martha and Mary Magdalene is one of the many masterpieces in the DIA’s collection in Detroit. Although there is much more to understanding a work of art then just looking at it. In order to understand a piece, you have to understand the Artist, the time period, and the symbols in that painting that may have very different meaning today. Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio better known as simply Caravaggio was an Italian Baroque master painter born in Italy around 1571. After he apprenticed with a painter in Milan, he moved to Rome, where he lived for most of his life....   [tags: painting, collection, historians]
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Management Style of Martha Stewart - Management is the pursuit of achieving organizational goals and ideals with the work of people with similar ideals. Using this combined effort to plan, organize, lead and use the organizations resources to achieve their goals. Management is also the process of assessing and hiring new employees, while also making sure to keep all the employees in tip top shape. With selective training sessions and motivational tools, management can help the employees to be the best employee they can be. They are also in charge of keeping important records on all the resources the company uses, such as how much stock they buy that year, or the deprecation on the machines or building; and then plan next years...   [tags: Humble Appearance, Job Benefits]
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Tim O'Brien and Martha Stout - Tim O’Brien describes the way that war stories are told and their reliability in his work “How to Tell a True War Story.” As a Vietnam War veteran O’Brien describes the nature of a war front and how people perceive the experiences in the war front differently. In her essay “When I Woke Up Tuesday it Was Friday” Martha Stout discusses regarding self-dissociation from case studies of her patients. Dissociation is the disruption of psychological functioning; trauma is one of the main causes of dissociation....   [tags: Reflections on War, Self-Esteem] 1460 words
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Relationships, Love and Death in Graham Greene's Stories - Greene's notion of life as a moral drama is reflected in his treatment of death and dying in the novels. His main characters usually meet sudden and violent ends, but their aftermaths or deaths are almost always accompanied by hints of hope. Through his treatment of his characters' deaths, he makes known the nature of that great gap he finds between the actuality of life in the world, with its disappointments and limitations, and the possibility of infinite life. Greene's characteristic methods of describing death emphasize its ambiguity....   [tags: Graham Greene, Short Stories] 1229 words
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A Midwife’s Tale by Martha Ballard - When Thomas Jefferson wrote the second paragraph of the Declaration of Independence, it became one of his greatest legacies. In the first line he wrote, "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal" (U.S. Constitution, paragraph 2). Jefferson wrote these words to give inspiration to future generations in the hopes that they would be able to change what he either would or could not. The word “men” in the Declaration in the early 1700 and 1800’s meant exactly that, but even then it only was true for some men, not all....   [tags: thomas jefferson, equality]
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Billy Graham, The Evangelist and the CEO - ... Christianity Today and Decision Magazine are two examples. These originated as paper publications. They have now gone on to the internet where countless people can access them with just a few clicks. In addition, there are sites aimed at youth evangelism such as, Dare to Be a Daniel. These are a few ways in which the organization, led by Graham, has seen the need to progress with technology and the benefits of doing so. From a general management prospective, he led his board of directors, but he also looked to them for guidance and wisdom....   [tags: faith, leadership, ventures]
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Billy Graham's Life and Accomplishments - “When a brave man takes a stand, the spines of others are often stiffened.” Billy Graham was that person, when he stood up and spoke, people sat still and listened. Billy Graham is one of the greatest evangelists who ever lived and he has impacted millions with a simple message of God’s truth. Billy was born to William and Morrow Graham on November 7, 1918, in Charlotte, North Carolina (“Billy Graham” 1). He was born on a dairy farm, in a little white house (Graham 3). Billy was born into a loving family....   [tags: theology, preacher, evangelists]
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Historical Influences on Graham Greene - During World War II, countries like Britain used English authors as spies to receive information from other countries (O'Conner, Thomas P. "The Dangerous Edge - 1." YouTube. YouTube, 12 Dec. 2013. Web. 12 Mar. 2014). Graham Greene was one of these undercover spies along with other authors like Kim Philby (Butcher, Tim. "Graham Greene: Our Man in Liberia." History Today, n.d. Web. 11 Mar. 2014). In this process, Greene voyaged his way to Africa to witness the slave trading in Liberia (Butcher, Tim....   [tags: English authors, undercover spies WWII]
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Alexander Graham Bell and The Telephone - A world without telephones would mean a world without communication and a struggle to complete everyday tasks. Ninety-one percent of Americans would not be able to call, send text, set alarms, or check social media on the go. When he invented the telephone in 1876, Alexander Graham Bell pioneered the way for future inventors to further advance the telephone making communication and life easier for us and generations to come. As a young boy growing up in the 1850’s, Bell was ambitious and headstrong, often observing his fathers, Melville Bell’s, teaching of correct speech and elocution....   [tags: communication, speech, sound] 558 words
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The Changing Duality of Race, Martha Hodes - This week’s articles carry a couple related, if not common, themes of imagined, if not artificial, constructs of race and identity. Martha Hodes’ article, “The mercurial Nature and Abiding Power of Race: A Transnational Family Story,” offers a narrative based examination of the malleable terms on which race was defined. To accomplish this she examines the story of Eunice Connolly and her family and social life as a window into understanding the changing dimensions of race in nineteenth-century America and the Caribbean, specifically New England and Grand Cayman....   [tags: race in america, eunice connolly]
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Beliefs and Actions of Billy Graham - ... He was widely known as the person who brought most people into Christianity and stopped most of the racism in his area. He showed people that all Christians have each others backs and it doesn’t matter about your color or who you are. The more Billy preached and was put into the speeches; he was changing the lives of thousands of people through the Gospel. He had almost up to a thousand people in his church wanting to hear the word of God. Blacks and white came from all over the place just to hear what Billy had to say about the Gospel and on color....   [tags: civil rights, christian, preached] 688 words
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The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene - ... At one point in the story the priest looks around for wine, so he can say mass. He finds it in a bar and inevitably while he’s there he drinks once again as “the beggar winks at the man in drill and makes the motion of drawing a cork and filling a glass.” At the bar the priest gets so drunk, that even though he needs the wine for mass, he ends up drinking the entire bottle. This shows the priest is very vulnerable when it comes to alcohol, which is a big weakness of his. Throughout the novel, the Whiskey Priest is portrayed as a bad man....   [tags: the Whiskey Priest, character analysis] 796 words
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The Best Choice for Martha´s Money - ... So buying a used car is not the right option. Her second choice is to rent an apartment close to school with a roommate for a year or rent a studio for a semester. That could be a right choice, and then she can get her quiet place to focus with her classes and walk to school instead of paying for the public transit. Also she can invite her friends. But what makes this choice not the right one is the cost of the water, the gas and the electricity bills, and the internet. Does she think that she can cover all of these bills alone....   [tags: dream, school, costs, save, invest] 721 words
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The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Graham - ... Mr.Toad is wealthy, mischievous, simple-minded, kind, and determined. Personally, I believe Mr.Toad is the one who gets himself into trouble the most.”I wonder, he said to himself presently, If this sort of car starts easily?”(PG.79)”Let me see: he has been found guilty, on the clearest evidence, first of stealing a valuable motor car.” As you continue to read the book, we meet Mr.Badger. Mr.Badger is a recluse but he is kind, generous, wise, and he tells great stories.”Mr.Badger, he’s a kind-hearted gentleman, as everyone knows…” The characters in this story are as different as night and day, but somehow they all get along and become friends....   [tags: character analysis] 604 words
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Analysis on "The Destructors" by Graham Greene - ... This house is built by Christopher Wren, a famous architect. They leave Mr. Thomas, the occupant of the house to only live in his loo. I think this is a reaction that these youth gang have been so accustomed to seeing destruction such as bombing. They finally become the destructors themselves. Although they are not really enjoying and happy by destroying houses, they managed to do those things as challenge and bring them "fame". As a youth, they don't have any interest in any healthy activities such as sports, or education....   [tags: Teenagers, Morals]
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The Quiet American by Graham Greene - ... Suspecting that Pyle is already dead, Fowler goes back to Phuong as if nothing had ever happened. Later that evening, French officer Vigot pays Fowler and Phoung a visit to tell them that Pyle has been murdered. Vigot does not care about solving the case of Pyle’s murder and Phuong easily moves on after hearing her fiancée has been murdered. This makes Fowler wonder if he was the only one who actually cared about Pyle. When faced with the dilemma of Pyle and the bombing, Fowler is forced to reject his apathetic nature and full heartedly act in order to do what is right....   [tags: novel analysis]
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AT&T and Alexander Graham Bell - Company Overview In 1875 AT&T began its company, which was invented by Alexander Graham Bell. Graham had help in forming this global company from two men, Gardiner Hubbard and Thomas Sanders financially. Bell being the inventor tried and successfully invented a talking telegraph. In the few years to follow, Bell earned patents and in 1877 the three men formed the Bell Telephone Company to display the new invention, the telephone. In 1878 the first telephone exchange took place under license from Bell Telephone in New Haven, CT....   [tags: talking telegraph, international telephone] 1528 words
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Biography of Alexander Graham Bell - Alexander Graham Bell had prepared himself to follow the professional footsteps of his father and grandfather in the teaching of proper articulation and the correction of speech defect. He became a teacher of speech to the deaf. Early in his training, his investigation into the nature of sound led him to study electricity. It was out of this work, together with his understanding of the organs of the organs of speech and hearing, which his invention grew. He attempted to apply sound to telegraphy in a device called the harmonic telegraph....   [tags: sound, telegraphy, messages] 1311 words
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Review of Graham's Magazine - Graham’s Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine (Graham’s) is a monthly published literary periodical although it allots other fields including engravings, fashion, and music to a small portion. This magazine deals with variety of literary fields from short stories, poetry, and essays handle various tastes from belles-lettres to sentimental literature. During those periods, the contributors to the magazine, in addition to numerous writers who exist only in tarnishing paper, are included such canonical writers as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Mrs....   [tags: Literature History]
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Waterland by Graham Swift - History is the study of past events. In his novel Waterland, Graham Swift entwines the past with the present to create a cyclical rhythm, which flows through the narrative. The narrative explores the notion of temporality and explains that instead of time following a linear pattern, it is, in fact, a circle, which moves in into itself, representing the past, the present, and the future. Chapters often end in the middle of a sentence, then picked up at the beginning of the following chapter, suggesting not only the continuity of the story, but the course of history....   [tags: narrative, history, tom crick]
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The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien - ... “He pictured Martha’s smooth young face, thinking he loved her more than anything, more than his men, and now Ted Lavender was dead because he loved her so much and could not stop thinking about her” (O’Brien 6.) The story of Martha and Jimmy shows the trials and tribulations of love during a war. He was responsible for the entire Alpha Company, for everything that they did and yet all he could think about was one women who was all the way across the world, safe at her home. Jimmy and Martha show how it is for military couples....   [tags: martha, jimmy] 593 words
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Graham Greene - Graham Greene was a contemporary novelist who took on important subjects and still "enjoyed immense popularity". The source of this popularity was probably his readability (Jones 1). Graham Greene incorporated his beliefs of Roman Catholicism and experiences into his writing style, characters, and themes throughout his work. Born in October of 1904, Graham was the fourth of six children of Charles Henry Greene and Marion Raymond Greene (Diemert 2). Because his father became the headmaster at Berkhamsted College (1910), Graham was moved out of the family residence to the boarders' residence at thirteen....   [tags: Novelists ]
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The Base of Martha and George's Marriage - The Base of Martha and George's Marriage In Martha and George's marriage, its hard to determine whether they rely on the affection or aggression, espacially if these emotions are normally juxtoposed. The ultimate impression given is that Albee tries to deal with the theme of Appearance versus Reality, thus emphasising that maybe there is more to the relationship than meets the eye. The audience in their involvement are unaware of what is real within their relationship. One may assume the title "Fun and Games" to be ironic, as the games "are not fun for them or their guests....   [tags: Papers] 1850 words
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Reflections on Old Age with Billy Graham - ... “Leaving a legacy” is another significant idea in Billy Graham’s book (Graham, 2011, 118). It highlights the importance of a life well lived as well as its impact. He discusses that although the intensity and times of influence on one’s children and grandchildren diminishes with age that is not a reason to stop, because the older generation still has an impact. He writes, “…the greatest legacy you can pass on to your children and grandchildren is not your money or other material things…The greatest legacy you can pass on to them is your character and your faith” (Graham, 2011, p.119)....   [tags: Nearing Home: Life, Faith and finishing well]
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Alexander Graham Bell and The Invention of The Telephone - ... It measured how well as person can hear and ultimately benefited many people with their hearing. Hydrofoils are wing like objects attached below a boat that smoothens a boats movement on the water and increase its speed. Alexander Graham Bell improved William E. Meacham’s hydrofoil and developed the HD-4 prototype that sailed at a record speed of 114 km/hr for the next 20 years (Grosvenor, Wesson 257). Alexander Graham Bell’s metal detector, which was invented in 1881, was composed of insulated wires, a battery, a circuit breaker, and the telephone....   [tags: biography, scientist, inventor] 666 words
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Martha Stewart: The Goddess of Greed - Everywhere you look, there she is. Martha Stewart has invaded every avenue of domesticity. Her "radiant presence... seems to be infinite, like that of the Almighty, or of Starbucks" (Lippert & Ferguson: 26*) The outposts of her "omnimedia empire" are quite fortified (Africannet page). Reigning over a vast technical spectrum, her multi-million, multi-media kingdom includes a magazine with a circulation of 1.2 million, a syndicated column, and a TV show with audience of 5.3 million, but she does not have an official web site (Lippert & Ferguson: 26)....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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The Invention of the Telephone: Alexander Graham Bell - ... He devoted his life and career to helping making a difference in the lives of deaf children and using new, innovative techniques to make their lives easier. As people began to realize Alexander Graham Bell’s extreme talents, he was hired to teach private lessons with kids especially struggling with reading, writing, and speech. Thomas Sanders, a Salem, MA leather merchant hired Alexander Graham Bell to teach his five year old deaf son, George Sanders, who had never spoken or read. He worked vigorously with George using Visible Speech, his own teachings, and games using toys and cards to teach George....   [tags: biography, education, sound] 874 words
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Alexander Graham Bell - ... Bell's preoccupation with his mother's deafness led him to study acoustics. Bell like his brothers was educated by his father, at a young age. Later he was enrolled at the Royal High School, Edinburgh, Scotland. Bell left when he was 15, completing only the first four forms. Alexander’s interests were mainly in the sciences, chiefly biology. He had indifference for his other subjects, to the disappointment of his demanding father. After he left school Bell went to live with his grandfather. During the year he spent with his grandfather Graham developed a love of learning....   [tags: inventions, telephone company]
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Henry Graham Greene's Life and Accomplishments - An English writer that went by the name of Henry Graham Greene, once quoted, “The truth has never been of any real value to any human being. It is a symbol for mathematicians and philosophers to pursue. In human relations kindness and lies are worth a thousand truths.” Graham Greene’s work explored the ambivalent moral and political issues of the modern world. He was a truly an interesting man, as well as an author with an exotic tone for settings in part of the world. Foremost, Graham Greene was born on October 2, 1904, in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, in England....   [tags: henry greene, man within, stamboul train]
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Alexander Graham Bell: A Short Biography - Alexander Graham Bell: A Short Biography Upon hearing the name Alexander Graham Bell, we remember the inventor of the telephone. However, Alexander was much more than just the inventor of the telephone. As a matter of fact he was an audiologist. His family was the leading authorities in elocution and speech correction. He had improved and carried on his families business, along with his brothers. Alexander had created the phone at an early age among inventors- only 29. Later in his career Bell has worked on a variety of inventions and all inventions have become successful....   [tags: Biography] 1634 words
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Alexander Graham Bell - ... This inspired Bell and his brothers to build a similar automaton that could produce the word “Mama”. Later, Bell controlled his dog Trouve’s lips and vocal cords to produce a sound that sounded like, “How are you grandma?” Bell’s inspiration for finding out how to transmit sound came from a mistranslated French version of Hermann von Helmholtz's work, The Sensations of Tone as a Physiological Basis for the Theory of Music. Concluding from the book that "…it seemed to [him] that if vowel sounds could be produced by electrical means, so could consonants, [and] so could articulate speech." Improving the Telegraph ~ Bell’s comprehension of acoustics and music led him to dream of the idea of...   [tags: notable scientist, engineer, inventions]
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A Brief Biography of Alexander Graham Bell - ... He was the president of the National geographic Society and a regent of the Smithsonian, this shows that he was an honorable and respected inventor and that other inventors looked up to him. “Bell helped to build the first public telephone exchanges, which allowed people with telephones to place call to each other through a central switching system” (Streissguth). He helped build the first public exchange center, which shows that he really did stand behind his invention and truly cared about it....   [tags: notorious inventors, telephone]
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Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Crisis Management - “Even if they’d never met her in person, people would talk about being like Martha, dressing like Martha, or having tastes like Martha”(Knowledge Wharton, 2004). Martha Stewart, Omni Media CEO, represents the company’s image more than anything else; being tied directly to the company can damage reputation when the CEO is in the middle of a public scandal. After all, Stewart was an Icon to many women and her reputation is what helped her brand be so successful. From magazines to TV shows Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia was becoming a very successful company....   [tags: crisis management case study]
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Alexander Graham Bell, Inventor of the Telephone - Alexander Graham Bell was a notable scientist and engineer that changed the world with his invention of the telephone. Without the telephone, everyone would not have a reliable communication device. Alexander Graham Bell is considered one of the most influential people in human history. Early Life ~ Alexander Graham Bell was born on March 3rd, 1847 at his family home, 16 South Charlotte Street, in Edinburgh, Scotland. He was born to Professor Alexander Melville Bell and Eliza Grace (nee Symonds)....   [tags: Inventor, Engineer, Scientist] 698 words
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The Inventor of the Telephone: Alexander Graham Bell - ... Even though Alexander did not establish himself in just one school for his studies, he did not lose confidence and continued his education without distractions. At age eleven, he studied at the Royal High School in Edinburg. However, he left school at age fifteen without graduating from college (Bellis 1). In 1863, he accepted a job at the Weston House Academy in Elgin, Scotland, which consisted of teaching proper pronunciation and music for one year (Schuman 1). In 1864, he decided to study at the University of Edinburg ( Bellis 1), but only for one year because his family decided to move to London....   [tags: biography, career] 710 words
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The Rise and Fall and Rise of the Queen of the Kitchen, Martha Stewart - ... So, she didn't just fail in a legal sense but, perhaps more important to her fans, she failed ethically. Q3 In my opinion, the whole Martha Stewart insider trading fiasco was a situation that required an expertly executed "crisis communication" plan to limit the damage done to her reputation. Her reputation actually depended on it. If I were advising her I would have suggested that the plan or PR strategy include a carefully put together rapid response message to the media acknowledging the situation....   [tags: public relations, trial, communication] 543 words
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Innocence in In Graham Greene's The Quiet American - ... Pyle becomes a victim of his own naivety after he begins to supply General Thé with plastic for bicycle bombs. The situation quickly escalates when Thé’s terrorist attacks target civilians. Pyle refuses to understand that there was an intention in it, referring to the explosion as a mistake, that there was supposed to be a parade and the victims were to be soldiers. Fowler, however, understands completely that Thé let the bomb explode deliberately: Do you expect general Thé to lose his demonstration....   [tags: War, Vietnam, Ignorance] 925 words
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William Graham Sumner – Social Darwinist - William Graham Sumner – Social Darwinist Sumner was the follower of Darwin’s ideas and Herbert Spencer’s, Social Darwinism. He is considered to be vigorous and influential social Darwinist in America. He was a professor at Yale College. He developed the concepts of Folkways, diffusion, and ethnocentrism. He is not as big as Spencer but his ideas were bold enough to be recognized. He played three important roles in the development of American thought, he was a great Puritan preacher, an exponent of the Classical pessimism of Ricardo and Malthus, and an assimilator and popularizer of evolution....   [tags: Sociology ]
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Sam Graham Article on Safety Stock - ... In the article, Sam claims that companies often rely on forecasting. This could cause a major problem within the company when the forecasting is wrong. Supplier uncertainty means that a company cannot completely count on a supplier. The supplier may have a problem within their own facility, which would cause a problem with the original company. Sam claims that supplier will let down the company at some point during the supplier-customer relationship. He says that in order to avoid this problem, the company needs to ensure that this problem will not affect their company....   [tags: library research paper] 612 words
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The Life and Influence of Musical Innovator Larry Graham - Larry Graham is a true musical innovator. Graham’s influence on contemporary music is profound, as a member of Sly & the Family Stone, later as founder of Graham Central Station, and a featured musician on a number of influential recordings. Graham is credited as being the inventor of slap bass. This technique has become a basic playing style for most bass players1. Graham’s innovative style of playing is what made Sly & the Family Stone one of the most influential and highly regarded funk bands....   [tags: music, biography] 1744 words
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Elizabeth Jennings Graham – A Precursor To Rosa Parks - On July 16, 1854, an African-American woman named Elizabeth Jennings Graham stood up for herself and rode a white-only horse-drawn carriage. Just like Rosa Parks, she didn’t back down when someone told her to get off. I don’t know much about Graham, but I do know she is not mentioned in most history books. Rosa Parks is one of the most prominent figures in the civil rights movement, but many others were long forgotten about. Parks was very brave and stood up for what she believed in. Why are others like Parks left out of history books and why aren’t they mentioned in schools today....   [tags: Biography ]
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Comparing Machiavelli's Prince and Martha Stuart - Machiavelli's Prince and Martha Stuart I believe Machiavelli's advice in The Prince was ideal for the rulers in 16th century Italy, because Machiavelli understood the motivation of most political men. Machiavelli based his theories on perfect examples throughout History. Machiavelli reverently believed his advice was essential for the uniting of Italy which was his principal desire. Machiavelli states that in an ideal world, it is virtuous for a prince to be good. But in reality, princes who distance themselves from ethical concerns and do whatever it takes for the benefit of their states rule best....   [tags: Comparison Compare Contrast Essays] 642 words
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The Power and Glory by Graham Greene - Graham Greene's Deceptive Life Seen in Graham Greene’s Deceptive Life Seen in: The Power and the Glory “What he had experienced was a vacancy– a complete certainty in the existence of a dying, cooling world, of human beings who had evolved from animals for no purpose at all. He knew.” (Greene- Power 24-25) Graham Greene’s The Power and the Glory, confuses readers tends to mislead them about the ideas he is trying to get across. Greene was a man, who some say, incorporated deception in his life....   [tags: essays papers]
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The Power And The Glory By Graham Greene - The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene It is the story-teller's task to elicit sympathy and a measure of understanding for those who lie outside the boundaries of State Approval. I. One day I gave The Power and the Glory to... a native of Mexico who had lived through the worst persecutions... She confessed that your descriptions were so vivid, your priest so real, that she found herself praying for him at Mass. I understand how she felt. Last year, on a trip through Mexico, I found myself peering into mud huts, through village streets, and across impassible mountain ranges, half-believing that I would glimpse a dim figure stumbling in the rain on his way to the border....   [tags: essays research papers] 1745 words
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Graham Greene's The Power and the Glory - Graham Greene's The Power and the Glory   In Graham Greene's The Power and the Glory, setting is essential in understanding the spiritual conquest of the main character. The story takes place in post-revolution Mexico of the nineteen-thirties, where Catholicism has been banned. The government has shut down all of the churches and established anti-Catholic laws, jealous of the rising power of the church, and nervous of the corrupt ways in which the church has been dealing with sin. The main character, a nameless "whiskey priest," hopelessly roams the desolate plains of southern Mexico, on the run from the law, as the only priest left who has not denounced his fatherhood....   [tags: essays research papers] 1504 words
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Martha Stewart Insider Trading Case - Case Assignment The Martha Stewart insider trading case was a high profile case filled with uncertainty. In order to say whether or not Stewart handled her indictment responsibly, it is necessary to start with an assumption regarding her guilt or innocence. For the purposes of this paper, based on the information I have read about the case, and based on the fact that she was found guilty of all counts (although not all specifications) in her stock conspiracy trial (with the exception of the security fraud charge which was thrown out), I will assume that she is guilty....   [tags: Business Finance Stock Market] 1687 words
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Graham Leach's The Afrikaners: Their Last Great Trek - Graham Leach is a former BBC Radio, for Southern Africa correspondent. Graham Leach has been a technical instructor for more than seven years. He joined the BBC as trainee in the 1970s. He was a reporter back then and was based in London. During the early 80s, international reporter was posted in areas such as Beirut to report on the upheavals that were occurring at the time. He is famous for writing the book; The Afrikaners – their last great trek. This book fundamentally outlines the lifestyle, struggles of the Afrikaners in South Africa, and their final triumph as wanting to be the superior race in South Africa....   [tags: history of South Africa, literary analysis]
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Women and Their Role in The Things They Carried by Tim O'brien - The Things They Carried Women and their Role in The Things They Carried Within the book The Thing’s They Carried, the stories of the male soldiers and their dealings with the Vietnam War. However he also delves into the stories of the women and how they affected the soldiers and their experiences in Vietnam. While the men dealt with the horrors of war, the women were right at their side, just not in as much of a public view as the male soldiers. O’Brien uses women such as Martha, Linda and Kathleen in The Things They Carried to punctuate how vital rememorance and recompense was to him and other soldiers in Vietnam....   [tags: Martha, Kathleen and Linda]
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Alexander Graham Bell and Elisha Gray: A Race for Credit - ... When Bell first transmitted the sound of a human voice over a wire, he used a liquid transmitter of the microphone. In the legal cases that followed, the claims of Gray and Bell came into direct conflict, and Bell was awarded the patent. In 1880 Gray became instructor of dynamic electricity at Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio. (Article) Elisha gray invented more devises that people use today. As you can see, alexander was not just some person and Elisha Gray was not just a person that wanted to invent the telephone....   [tags: invention of the telephone] 793 words
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