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Biographical Information on Benedict Arnold - ... After the death of his parents, he hired his only surviving relative, his sister Hannah, to be his assistant. Eventually, his business dealings began to become instances of smuggling. Eventually, he began to develop feelings of contempt for the King and Parliament. One last influence was when he married Peggy Shippen, the daughter of a wealthy Philadelphia couple, who were loyalists. This is when he began to think about betraying the colonies, even though he had tenure as the city’s military commander....   [tags: betray, leader, events, people, important]
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Milk: A Biographical Film - Second Analytic Film Assignment Milk is a biographical film based on the life of gay activist and politician Harvey Milk. He was the first openly gay person to be elected to public office in California. He was a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. Dan White, a city supervisor, assassinated Milk along with the mayor at the time George Moscone. Harvey Milk’s journey to become a member of the board was a difficult one. It took him several attempts before he was elected. However, he persevered and overcame the hatred pitted towards the gay community so that he could make a difference in ways society viewed gays....   [tags: movie analysis] 854 words
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John Stuart Mill Biographical Information - John Stuart Mill was a very intelligent man, who not only was a great economist of his time, but he was also a philosopher, scholar, author and a political scientist. He was the “most influential English-speaking philosopher of the 19th century.” (John Mill, 1) John made a huge impact on the world. He contributed many ideas and beliefs to society. John Mill was a man of many talents, and he had the courage to hold beliefs that most people did not agree with. Biographical Information John Stuart Mill was born on May 20th, 1806....   [tags: utilitarianism,economist, 19th century philosopher]
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Gulliver´s Travels by Jonathan Swift: Biographical Summary - ... This is symbolic of King George I, who had similar problems making decisions during his reign. King George rose to power with the help from the Whig party, which Swift hated and highlighted in the relationship between the governor and the Lilliputian emperor. At this time the Enlightenment period was evolving in Europe. The idea was spreading that you could use reason and logic to solve problems. Many prominent intellectuals, including Isaac Newton and Francis Bacon were asking questions, developing theories and making experiments....   [tags: career, mother, conclusion, analysis] 1995 words
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Biographical Writing - Biographical Writing It started the day he moved in. My grandfather came first to get everything organized. That was when everything began to happen. It started with the door knocker. Whenever the door was opened, the knocker would hit the door and make noises. Well, the first night alone he heard the door open and close. Then, he heard footsteps walking into the kitchen and opening the refrigerator door. He heard the door close and the footsteps continued to walk around the kitchen and into the dining room....   [tags: Papers] 755 words
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A Biographical Analysis of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner - A Biographical Analysis of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner,” by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, is a somewhat lengthy poem concerning the paranormal activities of a sea mariner and his crew. The work was constructed to be the beginning piece in Lyrical Ballads, a two-volume set written by William Wordsworth and Coleridge. Wordsworth intended to, in his volume, make the ordinary seem extraordinary, while Coleridge aimed to make the extraordinary ordinary. “The Rime” was first published in 1798....   [tags: English Literature] 1785 words
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Biographical References in and Hemingway's Male Characters - Throughout the Nick Adams and other stories featuring dominant male figures, Ernest Hemingway teases the reader by drawing biographical parallels to his own life. That is, he uses characters such as Nick Adams throughout many of his literary works in order to play off of his own strengths as well as weaknesses: Nick, like Hemingway, is perceptive and bright but also insecure. Nick Adams as well as other significant male characters, such as Frederick Henry in A Farewell to Arms and Jake Barnes in The Sun Also Rises personifies Hemingway in a sequential manner....   [tags: Ernest Hemingway]
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Biographical Influences Essay of William Faulkner - Biographical Influences Essay of William Faulkner William Faulkner was a quite man who rarely spoke to anyone. Although he did not graduate High School, Faulkner had an innate ability to remember even the slightest detail of things he heard. The past has always played a role in the telling of most of his stories. However, before we can understand his style of writing, it is important to understand what influences played an important role in his writings. William Faulkner was heavily influenced by his culture, love of his family, and passion for hunting to produce some of his most compelling stories....   [tags: essays papers]
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The Biographical Approach to History: Strengths and Weaknesses in the Context of Bismarck’s Germany - ... When discussing Germany’s economic foreign policy Waller briefly mentions French protectionism, but fails to mention the underlying cause for widespread European protectionism as a whole at this time. However, if a more global approach, rather than a biographical one, is taken then it is much easier to see that Germany’s turn to protectionism is by no means unique. In fact, Eric Hobsbawm states that, “Starting with Germany and Italy (textiles) in the late 1870s, protective tariffs became a permanent part of the international economic scene,” and he furthers this point with, “Of all the major industrial countries only Britain held fast to unrestricted free trade, in spite of powerful occa...   [tags: european politics, first world war, germany]
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Biographical Information on Joseph Conrad and Heart of Darkness, His Most Famous Work - Biographical information on Joseph Conrad Joseph Conrad is one of the most recognized writers of literary impressionism, who once wrote that the main reason of a writer was “to make you see” (Domestico). Under the name of Józef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski, Joseph was born on the third day of December 1857 in the Russian-controlled city of Berdychiv, Ukraine. However, he was orphaned at the age of eleven when his father was prisoned by the Russians for his nationalist political activities in 1861....   [tags: imperialism, literature, colonialism]
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How Biographical Traits of Individuals Affect Organizational Performance - How Biographical Traits of Individuals Affect Organizational Performance To study the organization behavior, that is to study the people who form the organization. The success of an organization rests on the characteristics of its people. Successful managers can observe the employees’ behavior to understand their individual characteristics, which helps to improve the employees’ performance. Therefore, the performance of employees is directly related to their biographical characteristics and abilities....   [tags: Organizational Behavior Work Performance Essays] 777 words
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Using Biographical and Historical Criticism in Critiquing The Yellow Wallpaper - Using Biographical and Historical Criticism in Critiquing The Yellow Wallpaper Charlotte Gilman was a renowned feminist author who published most of her work in the late 1800s and the early 1900s. Her works, of which "The Yellow Wallpaper" is most famous, reflect her feminist views. Gilman used her writings as a way of expressing these views to the public. At the time "The Yellow Wallpaper" was written, the attitude in colonial America towards feminists was not one of tolerance or acceptance. In the mid-1880s, Gilman suffered a nervous breakdown and eventually was referred to a specialist in neurological disorders....   [tags: Papers] 441 words
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Poe's Fall of The House of Usher Essay: Biographical Contexts - Biographical Contexts For The Fall of the House of Usher In the summer of 1838, Edgar Allan Poe left the city of New York, where he faced criticism and minimal recognition, and moved to Philadelphia, where he would soon gain profound success (Quinn 268). Just a year prior to this move, Poe married his cousin, Virginia Clemm, who accompanied him to Philadelphia (Wagenknecht 18). Little is known of Poe's time in New York other than the fact that he faced severe poverty with total earnings amounting to under one hundred fifty dollars (Peeples 31)....   [tags: Fall House Usher Essays]
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Biographical Narrative based on the video Fatal Game - Biographical Narrative based on the video 8216Fatal Game8217 Arising lethargic and groggy after their sleepless night at camp six, Mark Whetu and Mike Rheinberger were slow to dress, melt ice, and get out of the tent at three o’clock in the morning. They should have left at one at the latest but the wind was too gusty. Unfortunately, by the time they loaded their backpacks, strapped on their crampons and were ready to leave, it was three thirty. Mark, an experienced climber knew they wouldn’t summit before one p.m....   [tags: essays papers] 780 words
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Biographical Analysis of John Belushi - John Belushi’s behavior and life can be described using the psychodynamic perspective. The psychodynamic model is the oldest and most famous of the modern psychological models. Psychodynamic theorists believe that a person’s behavior is determined largely by underlying psychological forces which he or she is not consciously aware. These internal forces are described as dynamic and their interaction gives rise to behavior, thoughts, and emotions. Abnormal symptoms are viewed as the result of conflicts between these forces (Comer 2011)....   [tags: Psychodynamic Perspective] 966 words
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Free YGB Essay: Historical and Biographical Impact of Hawthorne's Young Goodman Brown - Young Goodman Brown: Historical and Biographical Impact So much for textual matters, paraphrasable content, and genre. What kind of historical or biographical information do we need in order to get the full impact of this story aesthetically and intellectually. Obviously, some knowledge of Puritan New England is necessary. We can place the story in time easily, because Hawthorne mentions that it takes place in the days of King William (that is, William III, who reigned from 1688 to 1702). Other evidences of the time of the story are the references to persecution of the Quakers by Brown's grandfather (the 1660s) and King Philip's War [primarily a massacre of Indians by colonists [1675-1...   [tags: Young Goodman Brown YGB] 1142 words
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Biographical Information on Archimedes - ... Archimedes figured out how to find the volume of an object with irregular shape and came up with the Archimedes principle. A crown had been made for King Hiero II and he wanted Archimedes to determine if the goldsmith had substituted silver into the crown instead of using the pure gold that the king had supplied for him to use. Archimedes had to figure out a way to solve the problem without damaging the crown. he was taking a bath when he realized that the water in the bathtub rose as he got in and that this effect could be used to determine the volume of the crown....   [tags: mathematicians, scientist, physicist, inventor] 543 words
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Biographical Interpretation - Many people view poems and other pieces of writing in different ways, there is no wrong or right way to interpret a work of someone, it merely your point of view; your opinions. In Sylvia Plath’s poem “Daddy”, many could say that it was a about a hard relationship she had with her father, but how do we know. It could be about her father, husband, strong authority figure, or even God. But, as I read “Daddy” I got the strong sense that it was mostly about her father. The poem suggests that she had either an unhealthy relationship with him or she was angry with him for leaving her....   [tags: Poetry Analysis]
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Let Me Tell You My Story - I would start this paper off with a joke, but for once I would love to take something seriously. The day the world got brighter, was on December 8, 1999, the day I was born. Doctors thought I was going to be born deaf; I am extremely blessed to have the gift of hearing. The woman who brought me into the world is my mother, Selina Senegal, nobody on this Earth can replace my awesome mother. I live with 3 other siblings, Ahmari Metoyer, Ahmya Metoyer, and Braedon Metoyer. I am really one of the nicest, funniest people you would meet on Carencro Catholic School’s campus....   [tags: biographical sketch] 673 words
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Sonny’s Blues, by James Baldwin - Although presenting just a small sample for comparison there are definite points in this story where the lives of Sonny and his brother coincide with that of James Baldwin; the location of the story is from his childhood; the fact that the narrator’s name is never mentioned and the other characters are referred to by their familial position suggests Baldwin’s feelings about his place in his own family; as the oldest child and the only one in the home that didn’t share biological parents. If there were further doubt that a writer draws from their own lives to create their tales, James Baldwin himself states "One writes out of one thing only -- one's own experience." (Baldwin) Sonny’s Blues is...   [tags: Biographical Critique]
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The Musician: A Biographical Q&A of Bob Dylan - Q: What influenced Bob Dylan to pursue a life in music. A: Dylan had come from a musically inclined family. Dylan’s father played the violin with his brothers Jack and Marion who played the violin and piano respectively. In addition, Dylan’s mother played the piano. Dylan became involved with performing since he was four years old. He sang popular radio tunes for the entertainment of his relatives at a party. Soon after that, his family requested that he sing again at his aunt’s wedding. Dylan also wrote poetically when he was around ten years old....   [tags: folk music, composer, music legends]
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Biographical Essay- Myra Belle Starr - Myra Maybelle Shirley also commonly known as the “Bandit Queen” was born on February 5, 1848, on a farm near Carthage, Missouri. She was one of six children, but the only daughter of her farmer parents, John and Elizabeth Shirley. When her family moved into Carthage her father became a prosperous innkeeper and slave holder. Belle attended the Carthage Female Academy, where she excelled in reading, spelling, grammar, arithmetic, manner, Greek, Latin, Hebrew, and developed a love for playing the piano....   [tags: biography, research paper] 1323 words
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Biographical Portrayals in Strachey’s Eminent Victorians and Keynes’s Biography of Isaac Newton - Biographical Portrayals in Strachey’s Eminent Victorians and Keynes’s Biography of Isaac Newton The Bloomsbury notion of biography moved against what was the predominant norms of biography at the time. Iconoclastic in all their efforts, the Bloomsbury writers did an interesting thing regarding biography. In both Lytton Strachey’s portrayal of Florence Nightingale from Eminent Victorians and Maynard Keynes’s brief portrait of Isaac Newton, they strive to reinsert the iconoclastic into figures that have become so mainstream as to be banal in their eyes....   [tags: Biographers] 617 words
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Franz Kafka's Metamorphosis is a Reflection about Himself - Have you ever experience a time when you just wanted to vent out your problems, your thought and opinion about your life but succumb to the fact that even the act of venting will not do you justice or help resolve the issues. Or have you ever felt a time when you wanted to express how you feel but instead, you bit your tongue to stop your comments from portraying you in a negative light, or that your truth will cause the people, the ones that matters, to be in a whole lot of hurt. This was the case of Franz Kafka; his inability to physically express his opinions to his family in reality, lead him to intellectually pursue his thoughts and relationship into the imaginary, his writings, as disp...   [tags: biographical and literary analysis]
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Romantic Conception of Authorship - ... 901).In this stanza, Keats view death in a more positive way, much more as a lover rather than something terrifying. He is now manage to welcome Death in a more open heart, as he knows he can still enjoy the songs in the other world even he is dead now. Romantic poets intended to insert a part of themselves into their literary work, seeing their works as a sincere way of expressing their thoughts and values. Benson (1989) mentioned that, those readers who concentrate only on the text, as seeing the authors’ works through their own values and thoughts, will have a misinterpretation of the text because they judge a literary work without “giving up themselves to participate in something oth...   [tags: biographical criticism, defining intention] 2107 words
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The Life of Jack Kerouac - Jack Kerouac Born March 12, 1922, to French Canadian parents, Jack Kerouac’s given name was Jean Louis Kirouac. He grew up in Lowell, Massachusetts, surrounded with his two great loves, football and the written word. He spoke a French dialect in which some of his later works were written, finally learning English at school, aged six. His athletic skills later earned him a scholarship to Columbia University. He wrote many pieces for the school paper while a fractured tibia forced him from the team....   [tags: biography, biographical essays] 1208 words
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The Honorable John G. Roberts, Jr : A Biographical Sketch of the 17th Chief Justice of the United States - The 59 year old John Glover Roberts Jr, was born on January 27, 1955 in Buffalo, New York. He was the only son of John G. “Jack” Glover Sr. and Rosemary Podrasky Roberts. His ancestry being Irish, Welsh, and Czech (O'Dowd). In 1959 his family moved to Long Beach, Indiana where he attended first, a Catholic Elementary School (Notre Dame), and then a private Catholic boarding school (La Lumiere in La Porte, Indiana). John then entered Harvard with aspirations of becoming a history professor. After graduating from Harvard, summa cum laude, after only three years, He then attended the School of Law at Harvard....   [tags: US history, justice system]
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A Biographical Report on Justice Antonin Scalia and the Effect of His Decisions - Ethical, articulate, forceful, cynical, irreverent and sometimes scathing aptly describes Antonin Scalia. Esteemed to be the only son of S. Eugene and Catherine Scalia, born in Trenton, New Jersey and raised in Queens, New York, Antonin Scalia is the first American of Italian heritage to serve on the United States Supreme Court. A graduated valedictorian of St Francis Xavier, a military prep school in Manhattan, New York, Scalia was soon to reach the pinnacle of his academic life as a student when he graduated from Georgetown University and Howard Law School where he received his LLB, summa cum laude and magna cum laude respectively....   [tags: Law] 1204 words
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Nathaniel Hawthorne and His Projected Self in the Scarlett Letter - ... At the end of the novel when Dimmesdale exposes himself to the townspeople with his flesh seared “A” on his chest, then continues to fall dead, this is an obvious representation of Romanticism. The tragedy that surprises the readers allows this novel to be classified under that movement, which Nathaniel Hawthorne was know for. As Hawthorne grew older he began to grow in his writing as well. He started writing more romantic considered fiction that portrayed his own beliefs in life. In the nineteenth century, it wasn’t as modern as it may be suspected....   [tags: biographical analysis]
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Influences on George Orwell: Who is Watching Whom? - George Orwell once said, “In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” Orwell understood that telling the truth was an anomaly. He lived in a world full of lies and hatred. Consequently, George Orwell wanted to show people the real dangers of a totalitarian government, and he wrote two political novels that warn people of those dangers. These novels are still respected today, as some believe the world is turning into the “Orwellian” society he created in his most famous book, 1984....   [tags: biographical analysis]
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Getting to Know Fitzgerald through his Works - ... The encouragement of anti-communist views created a mass hysteria. In which, the government and society frantically worked to remove all communism from American often with unconstitutional methods. The hysteria influenced government decisions such as the National Origins Act of 1924, an extremely restrictive immigration law that set quotas to favor certain races over other (History.com 1). The of effects of these event will be influential enough to later symbolize the time period. F. Scott Fitzgerald was born on September 24, 1896 in St....   [tags: biographical analysis]
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Playwrights of the Twentieth Century: Edward Albee - Edward Albee is one of the greatest playwrights of the twentieth century, this is an opinion which creates major debates among literature lovers. Many people recognize his name as the writer of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf; but if the reader takes a minute to evaluate his canon of writing, there is a splendid volume of work available. Albee faced tremendous obstacles that were not always transparent to all. Edward was at odds with the environment and the expectations of his parents. As his plays were written, he often was at odds with the critics....   [tags: biographical analysis] 1582 words
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Walt Disney: A Key to Childhood Hearts - ... One day while he was in Kansas City he met a man by the name of Ub Iwerks. He showed Ub his drawings and Ub agreed to set up a business. They started off little by doing “Newman’s Laugh-o-Grams” for the Newman Theatre. This was taking off very well and they decided to put Walt’s drawings to while making an ad. They came up with Alice in Cartoonland as one of their new ads. Ub worked for Walt almost all of his life and career. He was the only one who Walt gave credit to and in turn Ub gave Walt the extra edge over his competitors....   [tags: biographical analysis] 2479 words
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Teacher, Lover, Poet: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow is not dead. Certainly, he comes alive in every one of his pieces. Longfellow was never just an average person. He appreciated the arts ever since a young age and continued to attract towards them. He definitely led most other writers in the Romanticism Era. His pieces were considered the best of that time. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, born in 1807, is one of the most renowned authors of the Romanticism Era, with one of his most famous works being “A Psalm of Life” which is still treasured by the American society....   [tags: biographical summary]
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John Milton: An Inspirational British Poet - ... As he had returned home he had started his first forays into poetry. Milton had studied for his Master’s Associate in becoming an Anglican priest in 1632, when he had received it. John Milton had moved from his family house to Hammersmith when he had got his Master’s Associate. In 1637 John Milton’s mother had passed away at the end of his studies (http://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/john-milton-249.php.) Even though his mother had just passed he continued on with his career. A year later he had went on a European tour to France and Italy....   [tags: biographical analysis]
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Jon Krakauer: American Writer and Journalist - Jon Krakauer, American writer and journalist, was born in Corvallis, Oregon in 1954. He is also a mountaineer, his father having exposed him to the craft when he was eight years old, thus igniting his life-long passion. In 1977, a year after he graduated from Hampshire College, Krakauer pioneered a new route to the Devil's Thumb, a treacherous mountain in southeastern Alaska. This endeavor was his first major foray into mountain climbing. In 1996, Krakauer chronicled an adventure at the Stikine icecap, in which he employed a route never before attempted, in one of his novels, Into the Wild....   [tags: biographical analysis] 568 words
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Elizabeth Cady Stanton: Suffragist and Femenist - “We hold these truths to be self-evident; that all men and women are created equal.” (Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Seneca Falls Declaration). Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a suffragist and feminist. She worked towards many goals in order for women to have a say in a world where men ruled. She wrote the Declaration of Sentiments, a groundbreaking request for women’s rights. In a time in which women had no rights, Stanton, along with her partner Susan B. Anthony, started movements to change the lives of women for eternity....   [tags: biographical analysis]
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The Perception of Franklin Delano Roosevelt - ... With this mentality, Roosevelt was able to learn exponentially from both his successes and failures to further himself within his career and transitively the country. Roosevelt’s mentality also permitted him to avoid becoming worn down as quickly as most Presidents do. If someone views events positively, the body will be less stressed, leading the body to become worn down less quickly. This is what enabled Roosevelt to be President for twelve years. Collectively, as Roosevelt made it a habit to view the events of the world in a positive manner, such as demonstrated in The New Chauffer, he allowed himself to alter his physiology, which allowed him to push forward and achieve success for a...   [tags: biographical analysis] 2703 words
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Anne Sexton - Anne Sexton Michealangelo, perhaps the most gifted sculptor and painter of all times, once said that "geniuses stand on the shoulders of other geniuses." As Michelangelo built upon the brilliance of his predecessors, Anne Sexton does the same in her collection of poems entitled Transformations. She renovated fairy tales as told by the Brothers Grimm by adding her own life experiences and view of contemporary culture, hammering away until she built an entirely new art form. Anne Sexton has had a notable effect upon the literary genre of fairy tales through this shocking transformation of classic tales....   [tags: Biography Biographical Essay]
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James Norrington Fanfiction - James was born in Great Britain to Lawrence and Mariah Norrington. He came from a long line of military men and it was expected for him to follow with the family plan. James was an only child therefore all his parents attention was deflected on him. Lawrence was a task driven and very rigid, conservative man. Mariah was a very strong willed proper woman of society with a sharp tongue. His father raised him as his father before him in a very strict and harsh manner to live up to the family name and his full potential....   [tags: Biographical Essay] 1256 words
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WIlfred Owen, and His Ability to Express the Reality of War through Poetry - Considered the leading English poet of the First World War, Owen is remembered for realistic poems depicting the horrors of war, which were inspired by his experiences at the Western Front in 1916 and 1917. Owen considered the true subject of his poems to be "the pity of war," and attempted to present the true horror and realities of battle and its effects on the human spirit. His unique voice, which is less passionate and idealistic than those of other war poets, is complemented by his unusual and experimental style of writing....   [tags: Poets, poetry, biographical, poems] 2027 words
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The Youngest Man to Become President of the United States: Theodore Roosevelt - As the youngest man to become president of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt proved his self ambition and visionary leadership. Roosevelt became the first president to set America on the successful path of prosperous growth and diplomatic influence. From childhood to adulthood, Roosevelt hoped to positively influence Americans. Theodore Roosevelt sought to make America a better place through anti-trust acts, safety laws, and positive environmental actions. By dissolving powerful corporate trusts, Theodore Roosevelt desired the ability to allow all Americans a chance at success....   [tags: US presidents, biographical analysis]
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Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl by Harriet Ann Jacobs - ... Jacobs further highlights this notion of slaves being as property when referring to her tyrannical, cruel, monster owner Dr. Flint. “No matter whether the slave girl be as black as ebony or as fair as her mistress. In either case, there is no shadow or law to protect her from insult, from violence, or even from death; all these are inflicted by fiends who bear the shape of men”(Jacobs, 30). In this quote Jacobs again is trying to draw attention to how helpless and victimizing it is to be not only a slave, but a women in the south as well....   [tags: biographical narrative analysis] 1681 words
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Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Ronald Reagan: Servant Leaders - ... presidency (Ronald Reagan: Biography, n.d.). King’s popularity grew and afforded him a membership of the executive committee of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, which led to the leadership of the first Negro nonviolent protest; a bus boycott that lasted 382 days (Martin Luther King Jr., Nobelprize.org, n.d.). This boycott brought King death threats, a bombing at his home, and an arrest, however he emerged from these trials as a prominent Negro leader. King was then elected as the president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in 1957, which promoted peaceful demonstrations against civil rights infringements....   [tags: biographical and accomplishment analysis, ]
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Joseph Haydn and His Contributions to the Musical World - Joseph Haydn is known as one of the most profound composers of the classical period. His efforts towards the musical world are now legendary as are his pieces of which he specialised and strongly produced Symphonies and String Quartets. He also took part making history creating sonatas and piano trios. Born on the 31st March 1732, the Austrian born composer grew up in the small farming village of Rohrau (located near the border of Hungary) with his father Mathias Haydn who made money as a wheelwright and helped out in the mayors’ office, his mother Maria Koller who was a cook for the palace of Count Harrach as well as eleven other siblings of which he was the second oldest....   [tags: music, biography, Biographical Essay] 871 words
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Anne Hathaway: Wife of William Shakespeare, Lover of John - This is my own interpretation of the life and times of Anne Hathaway based on what little we know about her. My version is somewhat sensational, please excuse me for this. Anne (alias Agnes) Hathaway was born in 1556 to parents Richard and Joan and was certainly raised with her brothers and sisters at Hewlands Farm Shottery. Her Father was a Farmer and he was to remarry when Joan Hathaway died. We can assume that Anne Hathaway received home schooling at best or no schooling at all at worst and lived most of her life until marriage in the hamlet of Hamlet, one mile away from Stratford in the forest of Arden....   [tags: biography, biographical essay] 1067 words
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When Obsession Becomes Deadly: The Life of Marie Curie - When Obsession Becomes Deadly: The Life of Marie Curie Marie Curie, a pioneer in her field and Nobel Prize winning Chemist, took a path that few women of her time dared and unfortunately, her passion for Science would be her ultimate demise. From birth to death Marie Curie lived a full life, with love, work, and passion at the center. Maria Skłodowska was born in Warsaw, Poland, on 7 November 1867, the fifth and youngest child of well-known teachers Bronisława and Władysław Skłodowski. Maria's father was an atheist and her mother a devout Catholic....   [tags: biography, scientist, biographical essay] 1465 words
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The Life and Achievements of Charles Lindbergh - Looking back upon the decade, the 1920s has been filled with many individuals who have changed our society. But there is one person who stands out among this group of people, Charles Augustus Lindbergh. Charles Lindbergh was the first person to fly solo overseas, thus winning the Orteig Prize for his accomplishment. Nicknamed “The Lone Eagle”, Lindbergh has opened up the possibilities of overseas travels to us. Lindbergh’s passion for mechanics didn’t come as a surprise to many. As a young boy, Charles seemed to be very interested in the family’s motorized vehicles, such as the Saxon Six automobile and Excelsior motorbike....   [tags: pilot, biography, biographical] 987 words
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Notes from the Underground by Fyodor Dostoyevsky - Fyodor Dostoyevsky (1821-1881) was a Russian novelist, journalist, and short story writer that discussed the psychological state of the human soul in many of his works, one in particular is Notes from the Underground; which was published in 1864. Notes from the Underground, had a great influence in the 20th century; the novel takes a man’s inability to communicate with society and uses it to teach readers about the importance of other humans in our daily lives and how that affects the way we think, live, and learn....   [tags: biographical and literary analysis]
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J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings - John Ronald Reuel Tolkien, also known as J.R.R. Tolkien, was born in Bloemfontein, South Africa in 1892. He was an English both fiction and nonfiction author who created the amazing works of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Along with his brother, he was an orphan since he was 13 years old. They traveled from home to home for 6 years until Tolkien gained entrance to Exeter College, Oxford. He worked there as Rawlinson and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon and later married his longtime sweetheart Edith Bratt....   [tags: biographical and literary analysis]
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Meg Rosoff and How I Live Now - ... In 2006, Rosoff’s novel Just In Case was published. This novel, soon after being published, won a single award. This award was the 2007 Carnegie Medal. Lastly, her latest novel What I Was was published in 2007and won two awards. These awards were the 2007 Costa Children’s Book Award and the 2008 Carnegie Medal (Penguin). Rosoffs genera of work is fiction. Her novels most relate to young adults such as teenagers. Rosoffs novel How I Live Now is first person point of view. In this novel Daisy is the narrator....   [tags: biographical and story analysis]
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Nelson Mandela and the South African Apartheid - ... The combination of a good-natured and a strong-minded attitude saturated with dedication was the framework in Mandela’s incredible triumph over the injustice of equality. His personality as well as his strong educational background also played a role in his achievements. Mandela’s father was encouraged by his friend to send him to school at that time no one in his family ever attended school. Mandela believed that his father agreed due to his immense respect for those who were educated although he was not....   [tags: biographical and historical analysis]
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Harriet Beecher Stowe and Uncle Tom's Cabin - In 1852, Uncle Tom’s Cabin was published. In the first year Uncle Tom’s Cabin sold 300,000 copies, which was a big shock to the people of the United States considering the topic of the book and that of slaves being main characters. What also came as a shock to the people, was that it was written by Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe a white woman who has never owned a slave in her life. The book appealed not only to the people’s emotions, but also their intellect. It informed people, especially in the north, about how harsh a slave’s life was....   [tags: biographical and historical analysis] 533 words
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The Tragic Life of Sylvia Plath - Sylvia Plath Sylvia Plath, an open minded, free spirited author and poet of a variety of many pieces. All of Plath’s poems are inspired by her personal life and how she viewed it. According to Plath, “It is a feeling that no matter what the ideas or conduct of others, there is a unique rightness and beauty to life which can be shared in openness, in wind and sunlight, with a fellow human being who believes in the same basic principles” (Sylvia Quotes). Reveals and proves how free spirited and understanding she was....   [tags: Poets, Biography, Biographical Essay] 1494 words
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The Heroic Achievements of Mahatma Gandhi - "Nonviolence is not a garment to be put on and off at will. Its seat is in the heart, and it must be an inseparable part of our being"(Mahatma Gandhi). He is my hero, for the reason that he was an inspirational leader who impacted the world in several ways. Gandhi fought for India’s freedom which led to India’s Independence Day; he supported non-violence and was a marvelous speaker. Gandhi persistence from India, to reflect his heroism in India, for more than two hundred years of British rule, few people in India productively fought back against the British....   [tags: Biographical, india, nonviolence, biography] 630 words
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William Howard Taft: The Reluctant President - The 27th President of the United States was born William Howard Taft on the 15th day of September, in the year 1857 to Alphonso and Louise Taft, of Cincinnati, Ohio. As he was the first of their sons to survive past infancy, his mother did not mind that he had outgrown all the baby clothes she had sown for him when he was only seven weeks old. Due to his large size he was given the nickname of “Lub” or “Lubber” which only fueled his desire to succeed in school and on the playing field. He later became to be known as the largest president in the history of United States, weighing in at 320 pounds....   [tags: American Presidents, Biography, Biographical]
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