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    John Lennon

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    John Lennon John Lennon was a great song writer and musician. He played the rhythm guitar, the piano, and sang. He was in the most popular group in the history of rock music. In 1959, John founded this group, called The Beatles. The original Beatles were John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Pete Best. Brian Epstein became the manager of the Beatles in 1961. Epstein made many changes in the group. John rebelled and did not want to "package" and "clean up" the group in

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    John Lennon "You've got to admit it's getting better it's getting better all the time," because of John Lennon, and the way he effected the world. "Imagine" the world without John Lennon. John Lennon had a huge effect on the world. Throughout his life Lennon was many things. He was a musician, lyricist, singer, artist, actor, humorist, political and peace activist, and writer. Because of Lennon the world was changed musically, socially, and politically. Musically he brought rock music into mainstream

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    John Lennon October 9, 1940, John Lennon is born into a dysfunctional family in Liverpool, England. After John’s father left him, his mother left him to stay with his Aunt Mimi. At a young age John started writing short stories. The young John Lennon was always a leader. John had his own little gang as a child in England. Nigel Whalley, a friend of John’s, said,” John was always a leader. He was the one to dare you. He never cared what he said or did.”(Corbin13). John and his friends were troublemakers;

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    John Lennon - Imagine

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    Social criticism examines literature in the cultural, economic, and political context in which it is written or received. Keeping this definition in mind, it is necessary to understand the political, cultural and economic environment in which Lennon the above famous words. “Imagine” was released in 1970. The late 60’s was the time of the Vietnam War and also the time when the peace movement was at its peak. Anti-war demonstrations were a common sight on every street corner. Anti-communist sentiments

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    John Lennon, outside of his apartment building on the west side of New York City, the most famous perhaps, of all The Beatles, shot twice in the back, rushed to Roosevelt Hospital, dead on arrival. Hard to go back to the game with that news flash, which, in duty bound, we have to take. Frank? Gifford: (after a pause) indeed it is. (2) And with that announcement the whole world entered into a shared sadness and fascination about the details of the assassination of John Lennon. Bettencourt

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    John Lennon

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    John Lennon was a music icon, songwriter and member of the Beatles. John wrote many hit songs including "Imagine," "Across the Universe" and "All I've got to do. He was born on October 9 1940 in Liverpool on Newcastle road and was named after his paternal grandfather. His parents divorced when he was four. John spent most of his childhood living with his aunt Mimi and received frequent visits from his mother.  During these visits his mother taught him to play various instruments including the banjo

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    John Lennon

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    John Lennon Lennon was born in 1940 during the Nazi bombing of Britain and given the middle name Winston, after Prime Minister Churchill. Knowing firsthand the horror of a world at war and living through the era of Vietnam's senseless carnage as well, Lennon came to embrace and embody pacifism via such classics of the Beatles era as "All You Need Is Love" and "Strawberry Fields Forever." Yet he also had a countervailing dark side that found expression in pained outcries that dated as far back as

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    This essay is based on the biography of the life of John Lennon, life with Yoko Ono and the murderer Mark Chapman. It is an essay on based his way of life, and his achievements obtained til the day of his death. Singer and British musician, founder of the mythical group The Beatles, a quartet that he formed in the city of Liverpool with Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. John Winston Lennon was born in Liverpool on October 9, 1940, while the Nazis bombed the city, his father, called

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    John Winston Lennon

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    John Winston Lennon "You make your own dream. That's the Beatles' story, isn't it? That's Yoko's story. That's what I'm saying now. Produce your own dream. If you want to save Peru, go save Peru. It's quite possible to do anything, but not to put it on the leaders and the parking meters. Don't expect Jimmy Carter or Ronald Reagan or John Lennon or Yoko Ono or Bob Dylan or Jesus Christ to come and do it for you. You have to do it yourself. That's what the great masters and mistresses have

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    John Lennon

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    As most musicans do, John had a very problematic early childhood. He was born on October 9th 1940, during one of the most horrific bomb raids of Liverpool. In fact, the raid was so bad, that baby John was put under a table to protect him, and his Aunt Mimi risked her life to come to see him. His father, Alfred, was a merchant seamen so he was away a great deal and Julia, his mother, was very free spirited and was the main source for some of John's entertaining personality. Because of Julia's personality

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