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    Peanuts Comic Strip

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    with different comic sound effects. (Walker, 439). As the comic aged, the reader needed contemplate the situations in order to see the humor. “But Schulz made the world seem a little less lonely, with characters that people knew or saw in themselves…” (Tawa). He made the characters more relatable: Charlie Brown was a loveable loser; Snoopy was a fantasist; Lucy was bossy and irritable; Linus was a theorist; Schroeder was an artist; Pigpen was a slob; Schulz covered all of the different personalities throughout his characters. Any reader could grasp the character’s insecurities and frustrations. “…Schulz was revealing the universality of emotions.” (Walker, 438). Within the first few times of a character being introduced, their personality was established and understood. Throughout the fifty years of the comic strip, Schulz used random situations and turned them into ongoing gags. He explained that Peanuts included “twelve devices” which were crucial to its success. The devices were: “1. The kite-eating tree; 2. Schroeder’s music; 3. Linus’s security blanket; 4. Lucy’s psychiatry booth; 5. Snoopy’s doghouse; 6. Snoopy himself; 7. The Red Baron; 8. Woodstock; 9. The baseball games; 10. Kicking the football; 11. The Great Pumpkin; 12. The little red-haired girl.” Since these devices were repeated regularly and continuously throughout, it fed the readers a sense of familiarity and comforted them. (Walker, 438). Even President Ronald Reagan could…

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    award. Later they made award named after him named the “Charles M, Schulz award” honoring his comic stripes and the people who made the award possible was by “United Feature Syndicate in 1980” (Charles). Charles first came up with the name Li’l Folks, but later on changed it to Peanut’s. Then in 1950 he started seeing them in seven newspapers were when you saw Charlie Brown, Sherry, Patty. and snoopy (Charles). In only one year the Peanut’s were in thirty five papers and in 1956 over one…

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    The Comic Strip Peanuts

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    In the comic strip Peanuts, featuring “Good ol’ Charlie Brown by Schulz, it started off with Charlie Brown, the protagonist, complaining about the way their baseball game was turning out, and how they were losing. Within his complaint, he mentioned how he didn’t understand why he had to suffer by losing by so many points. This prompted his teammate to say “Man is born to trouble as the sparks fly upward,” which was a quote from the Book of Job, a book about a man named Job who was essentially…

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    This year Spring Hill High School put on the musical of You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown. Which ended up being some of the most famous Peanuts Comic Strips that were sung and acted out for the audience. The original musical was performed in 1967, and was directed by Clark Gesner. During the presentation of the musical on Thursday, very few members of the audience knew what was going on, because it did not have a plot. Although, the musical was enjoyable for the older generation because they grew…

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    Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi is a graphic novel and autobiography that encompasses Marjane Satrapi’s life as a child in Iran’s Islamic Revolution. Satrapi writes a beautiful story but her use of graphic imagery really allows readers to connect and understand to her personal and mental growth. Throughout the story, Satrapi goes through a great change in personality which is fueled by her residence in revolutionary Iran. Her personality matures and is greatly affected by the repression and the…

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    Diary Of A Snoopy Cat

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    The Diary of a Snoopy Cat is an adventurous story of the most unlikely group of animal detectives. There’s the Leader Inca who is a Siberian kitty, Cara a Siamese kitty, Fromage A tabby cat, monk a blue Russian cat, Terrence the golden retriever, Polo the pikinese, and Charlotte the Robovorski dwarf hamster. The story is written as a diary from the perspective of Inca. As Monk’s family goes on a dangerous rescue mission in Nepal, Inca & Company have to start a mission of their own. They end up…

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    During this event, Brown became ill, and he missed what the RFC cme to call "Bloody April", when Manfred Von Richthofen terrorized the skies. Soon, Brown was well again and continued in the Somme region. He scored kills on April 11 and 12, and nine days later, on April 21, the famous Red Baron was no more. He had been shot down from the skies, and Brown was officially credited with his death, and received a bar to his DFC award. SNOOPY Snoopy is the dog in the show "The Peanuts" that we have…

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    Charlie Brown Essay

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    Everyone knows the story of Charlie Brown and his sidekick snoopy, but what you don’t know is what happened after the great pumpkin and Christmas specials? Dog sees God a parody on the innocent yellow sweater wearing Charlie Brown and gang. Taking the audience on a fast forward to ten years later in high school. And lets just say things aren't looking so great! Playwright Bert V. Royal has taken each character indirectly and given them a place far from how you saw them before. The show…

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    Together with her and two other people, he started a company, the Fisher Price company that we know now. It was very rough for them to get the company going, as the economy during The Great Depression damaged a lot of company’s success, sales, and growth. Through stock shares, the small company raised funds to keep service going. The Fisher Price company, for a very long time, made little money. Over time, they gained their character of creating fun, educational toys. The company began to…

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    opposition to American popular culture and view it as cultural imperialism. McDonald’s is a multi-local company and one of the most successful at packaging the American culture. The famous McDonald’s arches everywhere are symbols of takeover and imperialism, as countries like “China change culturally” (The London Times). Another example outside American food franchises can be seen in the rapid adoption of the Snoopy figurine throughout the far East in 1998. These Snoopy figurines they sell in…

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