Eugene Cernan

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  • Analysis Of The Last Man On The Moon

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    the price that the Apollo men paid to stay in the NASA program. When Apollo astronaut Eugene Cernan stepped off the moon in 1972, he left his footprints and his daughter’s initials in the lunar dust. Released on February 26, 2016 “The Last Man on the Moon” is directed by Mark Craig. Eugene Cernan tells the story of the first travels to the moon and the journey from his standpoint. Over forty years later, Cernan is ready to tell his legendary story about the enthusiasm he has for the program, the

  • Tragic Typhus Epidemic Analysis

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    During the holocaust, an estimated 11,000,000 people died at the hands of the Nazis. Most of those victims died in concentration camps (“Victims”). Millions of lives were lost, but thousands more were saved. Dr. Eugene Lazowski saved thousands of lives with a fake typhus epidemic by discovering a way to fake typhus, making Polish people appear ill to get areas quarantined, and completely fooling the Nazis. During World War II, epidemic typhus spread rapidly throughout towns and killed thousands of

  • Lane County Natural Hazard Mitigation Proposal

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    range and the coast line incorporating the University of Oregon in the middle that attracts students and tourists, boosting the economic vitality of the area. Lane County greeted approximately 7,500 tourists recorded in 2013 in local hotels alone ("Eugene Cascades Coast," n.d.). The recreational options available to residents or visitors of Lane County includes the outdoors and hiking through 1,500-year-old lava beds at the Dee Wright Observatory, 500-year-old trees on the Delta Old Growth, Nature

  • The literary Trope of a Superfluous Man in Russian Literature and Culture

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    indulging in vices such as affairs, gambling and duelling. These individuals are typically from noble birth yet refused to fit into society and disregard the societal norms. This trend can be witnessed through many examples such as Alexander Pushkin’s “Eugene Onegin” and “Diary of a Superfluous Man” by Ivan Turgenev. The characters described by these authors reflects the lifestyles of such a man, and

  • Eugene O’neill and the the Rebirth of Tragedy a Comparative Survey on Mourning Becomes Electra and Oresteia

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    Eugene Gladstone O'Neill is one of the greatest American playwrights, he is known for plays such as “Long Day's Journey into Night” ,”Beyond the Horizon” (1920), “Anna Christie” (1922), “Strange Interlude” (1928), “Mourning Becomes Electra”(1931)and The Iceman Cometh (1946). His plays probe the American Dream, race relations, class conflicts, sexuality, human aspirations and psychoanalysis. He often became immersed in the modernist movements of his time as he primarily sought to create “modern

  • Five Lessons Learned from “the Ugly American”

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    Introduction There are tens of thousands of “how-to” books, but “The Ugly American” is unique in that it’s actually a “how-not-to” book. Published in 1958, the action takes place in the early 1950s at the height of the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the United States of America. Set primarily in the fictional Asian country of Sarkhan, the struggle between Russian Communists and American Foreign Service personnel plays out battle by battle through examples of military and political events

  • Eugene Delacroix Heroic Figures And The Status Viatoris Summary

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    McCann, Carmen L. 2006. "Eugene Delacroix's Heroic Figures and the Status Viatoris." Constructions Of Death, Mourning & Memory Conference, October 27-29, 2006: Proceedings 29-32. McCann argues that Eugene Delacroix included status viatoris, representations of a state between life and death, in his works and discusses their importance to depicting a heroic death. This chapter looks at Delacroix’s works, including Liberty Leading the People from, multiple approaches, including biography, social history

  • Romanticism In Eugene Delacroix's Liberty Leading The People

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    Eugene Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People is an oil painting that stands at 8′ 6″ x 10′ 8″, commemorating the July Revolution of France in 1830. The painting, when first displayed at the 1831 Salon, an annual exhibition of French Art, was met with strong reactions of disapproval due to his Romanticism influences and was later banned from public viewing. The 19th century experienced a transition from the Enlightenment Period of logic and reason, to the Romanticism artistic movement, of which Eugene

  • Russian Duels In A Hero Of Our Time And Eugene Onegin

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    their literature. There’s Pierre’s duel with Dolohov in Tolstoy’s War and Peace; there’s Onegin’s duel with Lensky in Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin; there’s Pechorin’s duel with Grushnitsky in Lermontov’s A Hero of Our Time, and Bazarov duel with Pavel in Turgenev’s Fathers and Sons. In this paper, however, making comparisons between the duels from A Hero of Our Time and Eugene Onegin will be the primary focus. When it comes to deciding if dueling was a noble form of conflict resolution, both writers seem

  • Essay I Want to Be Physician Assistant

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    “You must love your work, and not be always looking over the edge of it…You must have pride in your own work and in learning to do it well,” George Elliot says in his novel Middlemarch. Elliot suggests that passion is what stops the moans and groans of going to work every day and turns work into fun. It is crucial too to learn fully how to do the job so that the outcome of practicing it involves love, pride and satisfaction. However, in this hard economic time, one cannot make decisions based on