Melvin Franklin

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  • Criticism In Salvador Dalli's The Temptation Of Bel Dali

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    In 1946 Salvador Dali, a spanish surrealist artist painted The Temptation of St Anthony in the matter of a few short days in the studio that he stayed in next to the Colony Restaurant in New York. Dali made this piece after he was invited to enter in a contest for the painting to be used in a film called The Private Affairs of Bel Ami. Unfortunately he did not win, this was the only contest he’s ever entered. The painting is now located in the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium. Dali used oil

  • The International Associations Of The Lions Club

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    My primary goal and purpose in writing this research paper is to inform any person who reads the final draft of the research paper about the different aspects of the International Associations of the Lions Club. Using the right knowledge and wisdom I plan on describing the organization known as the Lions Club. I will give my readers detailed information about the membership, services provided, and the local Lions Club. Using interesting facts and images, I plan on persuading any reader to consider

  • Analysis Of The Movie Zodiac

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    In the movie Zodiac, Robert Greysmith is on the trail of the Zodiac killer and has multiple suspects including Rick Marshall. Greysmith wishes to talk to Bob Vaughn, a hunched over, shadowy figure who invites him to his house on a stormy night. Greysmith is following a tip that Marshall had written posters for movies at the theatre; the handwriting on the poster is the closest match to the Zodiac’s so far. However, while trapped in his small kitchen, Vaughn reveals to Greysmith that he, himself drew

  • The Great Debaters

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    “The Great Debaters” The Credits: This motion film is called “The Great Debaters.” The movie which was released in 2007 is based on a true story but does not trumpet that fact in an opening caption, takes place on the campus of Wiley College during 1935. The movie is Directed by Denzel Washington and Produced by Todd Black, Kate Forte, Oprah Winfrey and Joe Roth. This film was inspired by the American Legacy article by Tony Scherman. Molly Allen Co-Produced the movies and the Executive Producers

  • The Great Debaters: The Wiley College Debate Team Essay

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    Introduction Conflict is inevitable in any personal relationship or among members of any group. While we encounter many types of conflict in our lifetime, we often look for ways to avoid conflict. So, why do we run away from dealing with our conflict? It is often because many of us fear the conflict will escalate into a situation we will not be able to sustain. “As conflicts escalate, they go through certain incremental transformations. Although these transformations occur separately on each

  • Project And Urban Planning At The University Of California

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    service provider. On the contrary the other jargon “urban areas “refers to areas with high population density and vast human built features compare to the areas astounding it and the last jargon “wicked problems”, according to Horst W.J. Rittel and Melvin M. Webber, professors of design and urban planning at the University of California at Berkeley, it refers to the problem conventional method fail to resolve while they may exacerbate the situation by undesirable consequences. In recent years, the

  • The Great Debaters Character Analysis

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    strong sense of strength and a strong sense of character. Revolving around Wiley College students, The Great Debaters plot emphasizes the importance of fighting white ignorance by educating the black youth. Because of the attention given to professor Melvin B. Tolson’s teachings, the character is greatly developed, his speeches exemplifying a vast knowledge of history and literature. A particular example of Tolson’s passion towards teaching comes in the form of rather disturbing dialogue, his rant directed

  • Melvin B. Tolson's The Great Debates

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    The Great Debates is a drama that was released in the year 2007, it is based on a real life story of an African American man named, Melvin B. Tolson. Academy Award winning actor Denzel Washington plays Melvin B. Tolson in the movie. Melvin B. Tolson was a professor at Wiley College Texas. In the year 1935, Mr. Melvin B. Tolson, motivates the students to join their school’s first debate team. The team made it all the way up to compete with Harvard in the national championship, furthermore, Harvard

  • Franklin High School Sports Narrative

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    It was finally game day for us freshman. Winter break just finished about two weeks ago and we finally have a home game. This time it’s against Franklin High School. I felt like this game was going to be a good one. I knew I was going to go off. Going through the school day I had to stay focused and put myself in the right mindset for the upcoming. I couldn’t have any distractions. Looking back, I was probably a little too serious. It was necessary, though, if I wanted to have a good game. Once

  • Nantahala Lake

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    Nantahala Lake is located 3000 feet above sea level in the Nantahala National Forest. Its’ features include crystal clear water, waterfalls, hiking trails, fishing, lodging, and many more amenities. The lake is regulated and maintained by Duke Power and it is a major source of hydroelectricity for the surrounding counties. It was created in 1942 by Nantahala Power to provide electricity for war efforts. The lake holds 42 miles of shoreline, which makes the waters close to the shore murky, but