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    commonly referred to as "stick-to-itiveness," is the ultimate success insurance. Nothing can take its place. -Charles Schulz Charles Schulz has persevered through most of his life to ensure that Americans can laugh when they receive the news paper every morning. He worked every day through cancer and wars and even the death of his parents. In a career that spanned nearly 50 years, Schulz drew more than 18,250 "Peanuts" comic strips, which expressed a droll philosophy through his trademark characters

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    Charles M. Schulz

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    Charles Monroe Schulz was the famous American cartoonist who created the well-known comic/ T.V. show, "Peanuts". On November 26, 1922 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Dena Halverson and Carl Schulz gave birth to their first and only child, Charles Monroe Schulz. His father, Carl Schulz, was born in Germany and his mother, Dena Halverson, was Norwegian. His uncle called him, "Sparky" after the horse in Billy DeBeck's comic strip, "Barney Google". Schulz loved to draw. He sometimes drew his family dog,

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    Cartoonist Charles Schulz

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    Charlie Brown! It can be said that only Charles Schulz could have created Peanuts. A depressed shy man with debilitating fears sought therapeutic help in the characters and events of the comic strip (Johnson A15). An eagerly religious Schulz said that all events in the strip have to be “authentic” and didactic (Hall 20). Peanuts has made readers laugh with mild wit that is created by children who are full of human weakness (Meier 1A). Berger describes Schulz as a quite shy person who represents the

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    Charles Monroe Schulz

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    Charles Monroe Schulz was the creator and cartoonist of the comic strip Peanuts. Charles has won two Peabody awards, two Reuben awards and five Emmy awards on his comic strip. Charles is also a member of the Cartoonist Hall of Fame. When Charles was a boy, he started to draw when he was only six years old. In second grade, he was awarded one of the most outstanding students in his class. When he was older, Charles was so smart that he was allowed to skip two grades in high school. After high school

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    behind them. The creator, Charles Monroe Schulz, has had many things in his life influence the creation of his wonderful comic. There have also been many reasons for America’s interest in the Peanuts gang. The inspiration and popularity all have a story behind them, which is what you're about to learn. First, however, you must learn about the comic’s creator and author, Charles Monroe Schulz. He was born November 26, 1922 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His dad, Carl Schulz, was a barber and his mom was

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    musicals, or even comic strips. Some characters have a stronger effect on their audience than others. For the past 64 years, audiences in America and almost a hundred other countries have enjoyed the adventures of Charlie Brown and the Peanuts. Charles Schulz’s dedication and sensitivity to current events and marketing opportunities allowed the Peanuts to become an American pop culture icon. The Peanuts appeared in seven newspapers when it was first printed on October 2, 1950 (Friedman, Megan).

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    original source material starts with the work of the Polish writer Bruno Schulz published in his collected works, The Street of Crocodiles & Sanitorium Under The Sign of the Hourglass currently available from Picador. Other writings of Schulz used for the basis of the dramatic text include additional short stories and letters. Although they never appear on stage, it is unlikely that the illustrations penned by Schulz were ignored as inspirations. Work on this project began at the Royal

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    appealing DJ mix. Moreover, it will help to gain more self-confidence and improve mixing skills and techniques during the preparation stage. To begin with, the essay will briefly introduce a selected DJ mix recording, it‘s artist and music style. Markus Schulz is an award winning Trance, House and Progressive music genre DJ and producer, who over the last 10 years has become one of the most influential names in the electronic dance music community (Stark, 2013) (Armada Music, 2012). In 2005 he launched

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    and extensive media coverage. Born into an aristocratic family, Lady Diana Spencer was predetermined to live a life of royalty. Diana was introduced to Prince Charles in 1977, when she was 16. Charles, at the time, was in a courtship with Diana’s sister, Sarah Spencer. After only seeing each other twelve times, Diana married Prince Charles at St. Paul's Cathedral in London in the mid-summer of 1981, joining the Royal Family with the title of Her Royal Highness, Princess of Wales. Diana was arguably

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    When Princess Diana married Prince Charles Princess Diana became the first person of british descent since 1659 to marry into the British Royal family.Princess Diana also left a big legacy of admiration she was known to be “the most adored of the royal family.”However Diana was not just

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