Rerun van Pelt

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  • Example Of Transcendentalism In Peanuts

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    is a modern day example of transcendentalism in the way it represents character's own confidence and free thought. One of the characteristics of transcendentalism is confidence. A character in Peanuts who is a prime example of confidence is Lucy Van Pelt. For instance, in one of the comics written by Charles Schulz, when Lucy says that she has a knack for seeing other people’s faults, Linus asks her about her own faults she responds that she has a knack for overlooking them and then when Charlie

  • Informative Speech On Snoopy

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    Madelynn Parrott Section 21 General Purpose: My general purpose is to inform. Specific Purpose: Inform my audience about Snoopy. Central Idea: Snoopy is so special to me because he gives me the realization that I can be myself despite what others think, he serves as an inspiration to think adventurously, and he gives a demonstration of how to treat the people closest to me. Snoopy for the Win Introduction How many people, by a show of hands, have a dog or at some point want to get a dog? I

  • Different Opinions And Ideas About The Theories Of Personalities

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    In this class, we have discussed many different opinions and ideas about the theories of personalities. Of these, I have chosen to incorporate ideas from myself, McAdams, Freud, Jung, Adler, and Horney. I believe that there are seven personality types and each is displayed as a personification in a character from the Peanuts cartoons and comics. The personalities are Neuroticism, Openness to Experience and Imagination, Psychoticism, Passive Aggressive Dependency, Histrionicism, Introversion, and

  • What Are You Reading These Days?

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    1. What are you reading these days? I have been enamored with the story of Christopher McCandless since John Krakauer first published his story in Outside Magazine in 1993. Recently his sister, Carine McCandless, wrote a book “The Wild Truth” that I am reading. I have found this story compelling since I first read about the wandering soul that set out to view the country, its people, and put aside many of societies influences for a period of time only to meet his demise. The story has evolved

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