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    the most talented boxer of his generation. In his boxing days, he inspired younger men to follow in his footsteps. He was twelve years old when he started boxing because he bike was stolen and he told a police officer, Joe Martin, that he wanted to beat up the thief. Joe Martin took Ali under his wing to learn boxing before challenging the thief. Within a few years, he rose to the top with his outstanding skills, dominating his matches, gaining the title as the greatest boxer in history. Thus,…

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    big court case about segregation. Right after Brown won the court case America was in a hell hole. Then in 1963 two speeches that were about segregation will never be forgotten. Staring with governor George Wallace and his “Segregation Now, Segregation Forever” speech, then 6 months later Doctor Martin Luther King gave his “I HAVE A DREAM” arguing against Wallace’s speech. Both having Logos, Ethos, Pathos and Kairos, these two speeches can…

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    Ed. Tyler Durden. 7 April 2014. -----------------------------------------7 April 2014 Biography of George Orwell: George Orwell. Ed. C.D. Merriman. 2006. ---------------------------------------------5 April 2014 "George Orwell." Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. 2005. -------------------------------------------------------------5 April 2014 Google Admits Scanning Users’ Email. Ed. Stephan Westlake. 23 April…

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    With the rise of many iconic 1960’s bands and musicians, including The Rolling Stones, The Who, and Led Zeppelin, The Beatles were fighting for the growth and popularity of their music to be spread worldwide. It all started when John Lennon, a skilled guitarist, founded a rock and roll band, and joined forces with Paul McCartney, eventually adding many more skilled artists, to call themselves The Beatles. The Beatles went through both troubled and jubilant times, but overall, ended up as a…

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    The Beatles: a band so popular that it was compared with Jesus Christ himself. This band like many others had a shaky start, and for many lived for too little. But during its prime the Beatles created some of the world’s favorite music, and influenced an entire generation of it. Firstly the purpose of this essay is to explain the ways that “The Beatles” and its members shaped music around the world. While doing this this essay is going to tell the story of the Beatles. This will include how…

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    I had to understand why Seurat used such a difficult technique for his work. I then came upon the theory that perhaps he wanted to produce a deeper sense of life in his paintings. All things in the world are composed of millions of cells, and these cells create objects, color, and everything that practically exists. I imagine that Seurat's motive was to utilize this scientific law in his work to give an atmosphere of life, texture, and movement in the scenes that he…

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    According to George many years later, “I thought no one would be there. It would be just us getting off the plane and thats it… but was I wrong.” As soon as they got off they were greeted by over 3000 fans screaming for them. Two days later they played one of the most…

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    ELO, The second Beatles ELO or Electric Light Orchestra’s music is known by the way they were able to emulate the Beatles music proving an outlet for people who crave the sound of the Beatles. They were harassed by England’s media for replicating the Beatles sound, though are praised everywhere else as an ambitious band able to live up to the Beatles reputation. ELO, to others were not just a band copying the Beatles. They are a second Beatles that encourage people to look within their memories…

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    Paul McCartney (bass), John Lennon (guitar), George Harrison (lead guitar) and Richard Starky better known as Ringo Starr (drums). Their music in the beginning was influenced by skiffle type rock and roll. Later they would tryout other genres such as pop, Indian, psychedellia, folk and even hard rock. Their name became widely spread from all the performances they played in Hamburg, Germany and Liverpool. Their manager Brian Epstein and producer George Martin would help the Beatles slowly…

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    “Something” was released on The Beatles’ 1969 Abbey Road album. The Beatles were considered the most important rock and roll band of the twentieth century and the British Invasion. They demonstrated early innovations and lyrical expansion. George Harrison wrote this piece beginning in 1968, although was not finished until the following year. Harrison wrote “Something” on the piano during a recording of the White Album when the band had some downtime to finish some personal matters. The song’s…

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