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    National Geographic society is a non profit organization that has been going on since 1888 and still is going on today caring about our education and our planet. I think it is a great organization and you should go check it out they do a lot of events so if you don't like one you may like another or you just might like all of them. I am encouraging you to at least read about it to see if you like it if you dont you dont have to go if you do you are more than welcome to come out to some of the events that they do they are mostly just picking up trash to help the earth and learning and helping your education or visiting and learning about animals. National Geographic Society has 6.8 million people signed up with memberships so that must mean…

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    Alexander Graham Bell was significant to the world because he created a faster and more efficient way of communication by inventing the telephone. Bell’s father, grandfather, and brother has all been associated with work on speech, and both his mother and wife were deaf, profoundly influencing Bell's life's work. At the age of twenty three, Alexander Graham Bell moved to Canada with his parents. His research on hearing and speech at Boston University further led him to experiences with…

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    Like any other great invention there was a small beginning idea to it. Alexander graham bell was a one of the major contributors to the creation of the telephone alongside Thomas A Watson. Bell was born on March 3, 1847, in Edinburgh, scotland. As a child Bell was homeschooled and received one year of education in a private school, in addition he also received two years of education in Edinburgh’s Royal High School. Alexander G. Bell was not a very good academic student, yet showed promise in…

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    Alexander Graham Bell, (1847–1922) was a teacher, scientist, and innovator. He was born in Scotland, on March 3, 1847. During his childhood, sparkle of interest in linguistic had been found by reading Shakespeare and studying theater. In his 20s, Bell started working with his father to teach deaf students to speak in Canada. In 1871, Bell moved to Boston, where he opened a school for teachers of the deaf. He began a series of experiments using electronic devices to copy human speech. Bell…

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    The Quiet American Essay

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    The film The Quiet American, based off the classic novel by Graham Greene and directed by Phillip Noyce. Based in Saigon, 1952, in the middle of the Vietnam war between the communist and the French. The film follows a long-time war journalist from London named Thomas Fowler and his complicated love life between a catholic woman who does not believe in divorce and the Vietnamese women named Phuong whom he has fallen in love with. Fowler meets an unlikely friend, Alden Pyle, an aid worker for the…

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    Essay Regent Park is a neighbourhood in Toronto where recent immigrants go to live. It is right beside Cabbage Town, which is ironic because Regent Park is a poor area, and Cabbage Town has houses that are the second most expensive in Canada. Regent Park is a community that the city of Toronto wants to revitalize because it has many old building and structures and because it is a very poor community. Revitalization leads to urban renewal, which refers to building new infrastructure such…

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    The Distillery District

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    Introduction The Distillery District is a heritage building community located to the east of the downtown core in Toronto. Gooderham and Worts founded the site as a distillery in 1832, and by the 1860s, it was the largest distillery in the world. The deindustrialization of neighbouring areas subsequently resulted in the closure of all remaining distillery operations by 1990. By 2003, the Distillery District was transformed into a pedestrian oriented area, allowing for a dynamic public space…

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    When I first read this article, I was incredibly confused. I did not know what the purpose of this article was. The article as a whole reads as a timeline of the Vietnam war. However, after reading the article multiple times, I now understand that the author was making a more nuanced argument compared to other articles I’ve read. The author name drops a lot of different sources, but in the end, the main objective of the source is to establish The Quiet American as a historical source. To…

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    Graham Greene utilizes the various characters in his novel, The Quite American, to express many of the political and diplomatic viewpoints about the involvement of various countries in the affairs of the people of Indochina and Southeast Asia. Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s, The Quiet American (1958), distorts the two main characters, Thomas Fowler and Alden Pyle, away from the novel’s version so as to present a viewpoint consistent and pleasurable for the audience with the era in which the film was…

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    In Greene’s The Third Man (Movie) and The Quiet American, there are similarities and differences detectable in the stories. The principle closeness we have watched is that both stories catch the time of history. Notwithstanding, Greene’s stories also utilizes their own different speakers and visualizing different imagery that makes a totally unique perception of Greene ability to be innovative in his own way. The stories written by Greene all had mysterious history themes. In 1955, The…

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