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  • The Characteristics Of Success In The Movie 'Hoosier'

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    Everyone defines success differently, but it is an achievement everyone strives for. John Wooden was notorious for his achievement as a basketball coach, and his philosophies on success. The movie “Hoosiers” is a great story of an underdog team that won a championship with all the odds against them. Like most people, I have also found success in my life in numerous events. John Wooden, a renowned basketball coach is quoted for his motto, “Success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction

  • Stevie Wonder Research Paper

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    Stevie Wonder Stevie Wonder should be remembered for inspiring many artists and winning many awards in musical arts. Stevie has influences on artists such as Kanye West and has also inspired artists such as Prince, Drake, Michael Jackson and many more. Stevie Wonder has also won many awards including more than twenty Grammy awards. Stevie Wonder also attempted to make Martin Luther King Day a national holiday in the United States. Stevie Wonder was born on May 13th 1950 in Saginaw, Michigan.

  • The American Dream in The Great Gatsby and The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

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    challenges the core values and ideals that Benjamin Franklin expresses in his Autobiography. In the provided passage, the young Franklin arrives in Philadelphia in hopes of becoming a new self-made man and begins his journey with little money and few resources much like Gatsby. After arriving by boat, he tries to pay the people of the boat for his voyage but his payment is initially refused because he rowed the boat in order to get to Philadelphia. Franklin insists that they take his payment and says “A

  • Benjamin Franklin Contributions

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    events. Benjamin Franklin is a vital factor of the founding of the United States. A writer, inventor, politician, scientist, and diplomat, Benjamin Franklin was a Founding Father of the United States. Franklin helped draft the Declaration of independence, and the US Constitution. Benjamin Franklin also wrote many books, and published Poor Richards Almanac. Benjamin Franklin created many inventions including bifocals and organizing the first successful library. Benjamin Franklin was born on January

  • Paper At Yale Summary

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    “fair use” gatherings of the writings Benjamin Franklin wrote during his lifetime, and some brief discussion of his character based on the website, the “pilgrimage” that I took for the assignment. After agreeing to the rights of fair use to enter the website located at, the user is brought to a fairly plain homepage titled “What You Can Do” with six separate headings titled thusly: “Introduction to Benjamin Franklin by Edmund S Morgan”, “Browsing by date”, “Browsing

  • Canterbury Tales Characteristics

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    there are 24 tales, some uncompleted however, with the tales that are finished or nearly finished, an interesting one is Franklin’s tale. In Chaucer’s general prologue the Franklin is characterized as a ruddy and cheerful man. The Franklin is a middle-class citizen that works as the sheriff and tax auditor. In line 338-9 the Franklin is described as: “For he was Epicurus' very son, That held opinion that plain and pure delight…” meaning that his goal in life was to pleasure or to live in the moment.

  • The Importance Of Prior To The Constitution

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    It is a document that was signed by 56 people and it was the start of the United States of America. It was adopted on July 4, 1776 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The document was mainly made by Thomas Jefferson, but Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Roger Sherman, and Robert R. Livingston also helped draft it. The reason why this document was made is because it declared independence from England. In the Declaration of Independence it states that all men are created equal and that's

  • Sweetie Pie And The Gutter Man

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    the gutter man” is a story written by Sylvia Plath in May of 1959. In the story, the main character, Myra Wardle, is a married women , childless after five years of marriage becase her husband Timothy, insisted that children tied one down too much. Lately, she has started to wonder about the babies. Myra went to see her college friend, Cicely Franklin, after the note she sent: “Come see our new house, our two little girls and cocker puppy”. As Myra was talking with her old college friend,she finds

  • Great Composers of the 19th Century

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    nature, and their styles ranged from rock and pop to blues and jazz. Ray Charles Robinson was known as The Pioneer of Rock Music. He influenced the lives of people worldwide, and he paved the way for various artists such as Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin, and Van Morrison. Maria Carey, Alicia Keys, and John Legend are amongst musicians and performers who acknowledge Steveland Hardaway Judkins as their major influence. September 23, 1930, Ray Charles Robinson was

  • Billy Graham Research Paper

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    Religious figure and Christian evangelist William Franklin Graham, Jr. was born on November 7, 1918, in Charlotte, North Carolina, to parents William and Morrow Graham. Billy Graham was the first of four children raised on the family's dairy farm in Charlotte. There was little indication that Graham would one day preach the Christian gospel to as many as 215 million people in live audiences over 185 countries. Graham has been credited with preaching to more individuals than anyone else in history