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    Sinatra’s Impact and Controversies As an award-winning singer and actor, Frank Sinatra held a show business career for more than fifty years. In those fifty years, he sang with bands, as a solo artist, and even acted in many films. One of which he won a supporting actor Oscar. “Frank Sinatra was one of the most popular entertainers of the 20th century, forging a career as an award-winning singer and film actor” (“Frank” 1). While Frank Sinatra was one of the most important and most influential musicians of his time, his friendships and career were jeopardized when Sinatra created controversy by his affiliations with organized crime. On December 12, 1915, Frank Sinatra (Francis Albert Sinatra) was born in Hoboken, New Jersey. In high school, Sinatra was a member of the glee club and sang at local nightclubs. “Upon hearing the recordings of Bing Crosby, Sinatra was inspired as…

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    If anyone has lived in the United States they have most likely heard the name Frank Sinatra. Mr Sinatra is a man of many talents, singer, actor, fashionista. He has made over 1400 recordings in 50 years. Frank Sinatra redefined singing as it is now, personal expression. Frank Sinatra is an Icon of American culture of the 20th century Frank Sinatra wanted to go to a place where no other artist has before. Frank Sinatra had his first big break singing with a local group: Hoboken Four. Sinatra…

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    The short story “Through the Tunnel” Doris Lessing, the non-fiction story, “The Loneliness of the Long Distance Rider” Bruce Weber, and the novel, “The Outsiders” S.E. Hinton, all portray that coming of age is when a person goes through a changing experience which allows them to grow and become their own heroes. Bruce Weber’s non-fiction story “The Loneliness of a Long Distance Rider” portrays that loneliness is the key to coming of age and healing after going through a traumatic experience.…

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    do. She decided that she had to get married. She married her boyfriend, Jimmy Dougherty. Jimmy was a Merchant Marine, and was later sent to the South Pacific. Monroe then decided to go work at a munitions factory. And that is how she became noticed. Career Take-Off Marilyn was spotted by a photographer and was a star from the first camera click. By the time her husband, Jimmy, got back, she was famous and changed her name from Norma Jeane Baker to Marilyn Monroe to help prep her for her…

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    Characters Bio Tom – 22 Tom is the smart and sensible one out of the group he knows when something isn’t right. Tom has a normal 9 to 5 job doing architecture. He met Fredrick inside a shop to help him with cash. Sometimes he does like to rhyme or rap about his life tom has travelled too many countries. Fredrick - 21 Fredrick is a road sweeper that doesn’t like his jobs as much. He dropped out of university to pursue his dream in football. Fredrick doesn’t believe in the education system and…

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    Charlie now knowing that intelligence along with Knowledge has its great point but also its setbacks that were too great to ignore for very long and were inevitable to escape from in the end. “Whos to say that my light is better than your darkness? Whos to say death is better than your darkness? Who am i to say.”(Keyes) Coming to terms with his faith, accepting that he had his time, but it was never his life to live in the first place and it was his time to acknowledge that it was only temporary…

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    As Charlie progresses in intelligence and in self awareness, he accomplishes to meet the expectations of his experimenters aka Dr. Numur and Dr. Strauss. But at the same time he gets aggravated with them whenever they try to analyze him or talk to him the same way they use to talk to him before his procedure. “In fact, negative material such as that related to "unconscious envy" is particularly "hard to digest" and provokes a reflexive rejection, devaluation, and "condescension"---attitudes of…

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    Far too soon, they arrived at the Everetts townhome. Williams announced them into the drawing room and they were greeted with warmth and delight. The Count exclaimed, “Tell me Mr. Turner, how did such ordinary fops like us obtain two such magnificent wives?” “All tricks and magic your Grace. Nothing else can account for it” Joseph smiled warming to subject. “Ordinary fops?” Blair re-joined “One would hardly call a Count and world famous artist ordinary”. “Oh, I see Joseph. Blair married me…

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    Using these philosophers’ ideas as well as her own, Butler proposes that in “the discourse of sexuality, itself suffused by power relations, becomes the true ground of the trope of the prediscursive maternal body” (Butler 92). She takes this idea further, claiming that “the clearly paternal law that sanctions and requires the female body to be characterized primarily in terms of its reproductive function is inscribed on that body as the law of its natural necessity” (Butler 93). It is clear that…

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    In “The Doctor and the Doctor’s Wife,” Nick was reading with his back against a tree, a feminine act in the eyes of his father, Nick Adams Sr., when Adams found him. Upon his arrival Hemmingway wrote, “‘Your mother wants you to come down and see her,” the doctor said’ (27). Hemmingway proceeded to illustrated the following scene: “’I want to go with you,” Nick said. His father looked down at him’ (27). At the beginning of the encounter, Hemingway refers to Nick’s father as the doctor. This is…

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