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    baseball occurs when he hears the voice, “If you build it, he will come” (Kinsella, 1). Immediately, he “envisioned the finish product I was being asked to conceive… a baseball field” (Kinsella 1) and begins clearing a portion of the cornfield. To Ray, “it” is the baseball field and “he” is Joe Jackson. By building a baseball field, Joe Jackson will come. However, building and

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    At the time I saw the movie, Field of Dreams (1989) I thought it was one of the weirdest movies I’d ever seen. Holly and I kept looking at each other during the movie and whispering, “What’s going on now?” But it was about baseball, so I thought I should keep watching. The movie is a favorite for millions of people. AFI voted it in the top ten of the fantasy genre. One of the famous lines in this movie is, “If you build it, he will come.” The question the audience kept asking during the movie was

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    Shoeless Joe Analysis

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    Inspiration and Heart In one’s lifetime, perspiration and willingness to overcome challenges is crucial to be successful. On the road to success, passion and striving to get better is often a major method with which one can get better. Modeled after Field of Dreams, Shoeless Joe, by W.P. Kinsella, is a book where the main character, Ray, strives forward and advances to reach moral happiness and success. Personally, I liked the book, as like me, Ray exhibits a desire to win, and a desire to succeed, which

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    reputation and financial security at risk for the opportunity to reconnect with his father as well as put his sanity up for question. In the book" Shoeless Joe Jackson" Mr Kinsella owns a piece of farm land on which he decides to build a baseball field. He does this because he hears a

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    the Major leagues to earn the title of being one of the greatest pitchers to ever step foot on the mound. At 7 years old Smoltz decided that he was going to play baseball in the Major leagues for the Detroit Tigers. In 1985 Smoltz was drafted by his dream team only to be traded to the Atlanta Braves in 1987. In Chapter One Smoltz talks about the kind of person he is and what he had to do to further his career as a major league baseball player after many injuries that should have destroyed his career

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    Dreams Is it worth it to dream,dream make your life more exciting,keeps people motivated. The man who learned how to read at a old age. October skies,During our dream unit we watched movie,youtube videos,and read articles. Even though if dreams take a lot of effort and hard work once get your dream they will feel proud of yourself. First Dreams keep people going. This can be seen in the movie “Field of Dreams,” the main character was able to build his baseball field that everyone thought he

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    There is 2,124 miles between my house and Los Angeles California. My family and I took a road trip when I was twelve to Los Angeles, and stopped at a couple of places along the way. These places included “The Field of Dreams” in Dyersville, Iowa; Denver, Colorado; and Las Vegas, Nevada before our final destination of Los Angeles, California. Traveling the nation with your family can bring you to experience new things. In my family is my father, Kent; my mother, Michele; my sister, Stephanie; my

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    The movie Field of Dreams came out in 1989 and was directed by Phil Alden Robinson and story written by W.P. Kinsella. The movie is about a guy named Ray Kinsella, and he lives in Iowa with his wife Annie and daughter Karin, with their yard being a farm to produce crops to make money. One day when Ray was out on the farm, he heard a voice saying “If you build it, he will come”. He went inside to tell Annie, but they didn’t know what it meant. A few days later, he still kept hearing the voice say

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    A real life “Field of Dreams” undoubtedly describes this ballpark. More than likely, some of baseball’s greats will not magically appear from a corn field to play baseball with you; the true beauty and love of the game, ultimately, is enchanting enough. Any ordinary boy with the opportunity to play on a major league baseball field will forever keep that memory locked away in a sacred place. Luckily, I was that ordinary boy who earned the greatest gift of a lifetime. However, how can everyone expect

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    Field of Dreams Karissa Melfi William Paterson University Field of Dreams A series of thoughts, images, and sensations that occur during a person’s mind during the time that they sleep is known as a dream. Dreams go way back until the beginning of mankind, even to the BC era during the time that Egyptians and Greeks were the leading force! The Egyptians examined the meanings behind the dreams we have and analyzed the symbols. There are a numerous amount of reasons behind our dreams

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