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    might come true. Walt Disney was a person who never gave up on his dreams to make Disneyland a reality, and he encouraged kids and adults not to give up on theirs. Walter “Walt” Elias Disney was born on December 5, 1901 in Chicago, Illinois, to parents Elias and Flora Call Disney. He was one of five children. Walt had four brothers, and one sister. Walt discovered his talent for drawing at a very young age. When he was seven, he began to sell his sketches to their neighbors and friends. Walt attended McKinley High School in Chicago. While he was there, he focused his time between drawing, and the school newspaper. At night, at would attend the Academy of Fine Arts to improve his drawing skills. (“Disney” 94-96) In 1925, Disney married Lilian Bounds, a woman who did ink and paint for Disney Brother’s Studios. He would not come in and meet her parents for a while, because he didn’t own a suit. He did after a few months, and he proposed to her. In December 1933, Lilian gave birth to daughter Diane Marie Disney. Three years later, Walt and Lilian adopted their second daughter Sharon Disney. (“Disney” 63-76) Disney and his partner created Mickey Mouse as a replacement for his…

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    Walt-Disney started a company specifically geared towards fulfilling children's dreams and imaginations and making them think of a place, where dreams come true and magic and fairytales comes alive, in whatever ways imaginable. He made this possible through his work in movies, cartoons, children's books, storytelling, theme parks, etc. He did all of this in the middle of the Second World War and other problems happening in the world. While giving credit to Walt Disney, whose main priority is to…

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    Introduction Hayao Miyazaki was born in Tokyo, Japan on January 5, 1941. His early career begin in 1963 as an animator at the studio Toei Douga . Hayao has involved in many early classis of Japanese animation. In 1971, he moved to A Pro with Isao Takahata, then to Nippon Animation in 1973, which Hayao was heavily involved in the World Masterpiece Theater TV animation series for the next five years. Hayao get his first TV series directed in 1978, the series is called Conan, The Boy in Future.…

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    Did I ever tell you about the time I went to Disney World? This story is about my family and me on our trip to Disney World in March of 2013. I was 14 years old at the time of the trip. The first day, we went to the Magic Kingdom. We immediately headed for the Tomorrowland section of the park so we could ride “Space Mountain.” After that, we headed towards Adventureland so we could ride “Pirates of the Caribbean;” Richie and Ryan were in the back of the boat and it would occasionally drag on…

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    Telesforas Valius Essay

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    Telesforas Valius was the youngest of his family, born July 10, 1914 in Riga, Latvia. Being born in a Lithuanian family, the family returned to Lithuania in 1918. Telesforas entered the Kaunas Art School after being encouraged by his art teacher in grade school. Telesforas studied woodcuts in Japanese when he took his brief visit to Paris. Telesforas worked in art his whole life after school, beginning with his part time job as an artist at Kaunas Textile Company. Later in 1942 he became a…

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    I remember when I was in third grade our teacher had great passion for the arts. She introduced us to many artists and one of the one Jackson Pollock, an American abstract painter. His art amused me because to many all those splattered paints meant absolutely nothing but a “mess” some would say but to me this art had so much expression in it. The fact that he took different meaning to everything he painted was what made me admire him. I even remember the class doing group projects and my group…

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    Environmental Activist, Journalist, and founder of the Sierra Club (1892). Muir also helped establish Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks. He advised the federal government to adopt a forest conservation policy through articles he published in newspapers. John Muir was born April 21, 1838, in Dunbar, Scotland. When he was 11 years old he and his family immigrated to the United States to settle in Wisconsin. John attended the University of Wisconsin in the beginning of the 1860s. He…

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    Have you ever read a book or seen an movie that was almost alike? In The Giver it was a kid and the place where his was living everyone was the same but he was different because he was the only person who could see colors. In The Truman Show Truman was the only gut controlled and everyone wasn't and he got tired of it so he tried to escape . The Truman Show and The Giver are two stories with a lot of things in common but also have different symbols , biblical allusions, and setting. One of…

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    Mo Willems Research Paper

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    Mo Willems was born on Feb 11, 1968 in Des Plaines Illinois. His parents were Dutch immigrants; his mother went on to be an attorney and his father became a potter making ceramic pieces. When Mo Willems was a child he doodled all the time. His childhood life long dream was to “take over Charles Schulz's job when he died. I wanted to do 'Peanuts.'" Although that dream did not transpire, he ended up touching the world with his many works of art. Willems studied film and animation at New York…

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    Lawren Stewart Harris Lawren Stewart Harris, was born in October on the 23rd, 1885 in Brantford, Ontario. He passed away in January on the 29, 1970 Vancouver, British Columbia. When he was alive a lot stuff happened and is now considered history such as World War 1, World War 2 and when the Titanic sank in 1912, April 14- April 15. All of this stuff that happened is history and will never be forgotten. Harris was born into a wealthy family. He attended Toronto's St. Andrews College. When…

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