Pelé

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  • An Essay About Atele

    My favorite part in this book was when Pele and his brazilian team won three World Cup championships, I also liked when Pele did his famous bicycle kick at his games. Pele wore a yellow and green jersey with his name and number ten on all three of the World Cup championships. The first two World Cup championships they won were awarded with the traditional FIFA World Cup trophy. But third World Cup championship they won was awarded with the one and only, Jules Rimet trophy! Edson Arantes do Nascimento also known as Pele, was born on October 23, 1940 in Tres Coracoes Minas Gerais, Brazil. Pele grew up playing soccer on the streets of Bauru, Brazil. He didn’t play with a modern soccer ball, instead he played with a sock filled with newspaper. But luckily, at age 16 all the practiced paid off. Pele was already the top scorer in the nation, so later he joined the Santos Club in Brazil. Soon Pele was not playing with the juniors anymore, he was spending more and more time with the professional level team. The 17 year old Brazilian star, drew media attention in Sweden as he prepared for his first World Cup for Brazil. Pele became the youngest and only player ever to win three World Cup trophies. With a lot of hard work and determination throughout…

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  • What Were Pele's Accomplishments

    Did you know that Pele led the Brazilian national team to three world cups, and scored more than a thousand goals in his career? Many know Pele for his soccer talent and his unique skills on the field. In his early life, he had to face the challenge of poverty. Later in his life, when he finally got recognized for his talents, Pele took the soccer world by storm. His achievements in his career are unmatched to this day and he showed off impressive skills which made him an exciting player to…

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  • Hawaiian Culture Myths

    believe that our prehistory was an idyllic time where gods and goddesses were able to coexist peacefully. The myth of the goddess Pele – a matriarchal myth – gives women courage and inspiration, and removes them from a place being second class citizens. This source is a general overview of what a myth is, its characteristics, and some theoretical perspectives. The source is somehow reliable, as it is from a school. I plan to use this source to support my research on the relationship…

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  • Pele: A Volcano Goddess

    Pele is well known as a volcano goddess living in the crater of Kilauea on the island of Hawaii, and for most people that's about it. So here is some background on her. There are a number of variations in the legends that tell of how Pele first came to the Hawaiian Islands. She was chased from her homeland by her angry sister, Namakaokahai, an ocean goddess. rth shore she dug again but only found water and journeyed inland to the very ancient peak now called "Puu ka Pele". Still having no…

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  • Analysis Of The Movie Pele

    The most important message in the movie Pele is to never give up and be determined no matter what resistance you face.The main camera angle is a mid shot and low angle they are frequently used because they highlight pele’s life of poverty and the fact that he never gives up, his sheer persistence is the key to his success. An example of the low angle camera technique is when pele does his bicycle kick this make him look important and talented.and the mid shot shows extreme focus it also tells…

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  • Pele: A Brief Summary Soccer Player

    Pele is an extraordinary soccer player. The best that has ever lived, and the best that will ever live. He is the Michael Jordan of soccer, or the Vince Lombardi. He was born on October 23, 1940 in Santos. Brazil. Pele grew up playing soccer in his neighborhood with his friends and they called themselves “The Shoeless Ones.” At the age of 15 he began playing for the Brazil International Soccer Team, as their striker. It took a few months for him to get in some games but once he was on the…

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  • Point Pele National Park Assignment

    Point Pelee Assignment Point Pelee National Park is located in Southwestern Ontario and was founded in 1918, ever since then the park has been very popular with a visitor count of 300,000 in 2016. The park is approximately 7 kilometers long and 4.5 kilometers wide with a surface area of 15km2. Point Pelee National Park is full of beautiful wildlife and animals that you can’t just see anywhere, with rare and unique species known to that certain area plenty of people travel from all over the…

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  • Pele's Life In Hawaii Myths

    Throughout history, humans have used imaginative stories to explain a range of things from the changing of seasons to great cataclysmic events. Of all the Hawaiian myths, the story of Pele and Hi'iaka is thought by many to be one of the most important. Historian N.B. Emerson says, "The story of Pele and her sister Hiiaka stands at the fountain-head of Hawaiian myth and is the matrix from which the unwritten literature of Hawaii drew its life-blood.” Pele and family arrived in Hawaii at the…

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  • Pele's Influence On Brazilian Culture

    Edson Arantes do Nascimento, otherwise known as Pelé, is a retired professional Brazilian soccer player.He is known for his style of play and known as the greatest soccer player of all time. From winning three FIFA world cups to scoring 1281 goals in 1363 matches, his style of play had changed the game during his time. Pelé started playing at a very young age, starting at the age of 15, from 1956-1977. He wanted to change the game. With the World Cup of 1950 approaching, Brazil was the host…

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  • Personal Essay: The World War Catastrophe

    The World War Catastrophe The story begins with the 2017 president elections in between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. It was the middle of the night when they showed the results of the elections. Donald trump had won the elections. There were furious mobs of people that didn’t agree with Donald Trump being elected as president. Even Pele the ex famous soccer player that played for New York's cosmos, in the North American soccer league was mad about Donald Trump becoming president. Donald…

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