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  • Louis Zamperini Essay In Americi

    he spotted a Nazi flag. Acting on instinct, he took the flag for himself. Unknown to Zamperini, this would be one of his last races, but it was not the end of his mischievous nature. After the Olympics and the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Zamperini was drafted into the Army Air Corps, where he trained to be a bombardier. On his 7th mission, Zamperini 's plane barely returned to base with half of the crew wounded or deceased.The plane had an astounding five hundred and ninety-four holes, some the size of a man 's head. Zamperini was then forced to join the crew of the plane Green Hornet (Hillenbrand). The Green Hornet was a plane waiting for disaster to strike. With a shortage of planes and excess parts, spare parts on this plane were taken to be used for other planes in worse shape, causing frequent malfunctions for the Green Hornet. On a rescue mission, looking for survivors of a plane crash, the Green Hornet crashed. Zamperini, Francis McNamara and Russell Phillips were the only three crew members to survive the crash. Trying to survive on two small rafts with less than two days of food supplies was made even more difficult because McNamara was injured and they had little hope of rescue. Floating into unknown territory, the survivors were forced to capture and eat birds that flew close, drink what little rainwater fell from the sky, and fend off the constantly encircling sharks (Hillenbrand). These days on the raft showed Zamperini’s resiliency and his will not to give up.…

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  • Sea Survivors: Louie Zamperini

    starved for days and months? One man can. A man named Louie Zamperini. This man was lionhearted with aksi a hint of being solicitous in his personality. This man was rebellious. Zamperini was one of the many survivors, that survived the impossible. Louie Zamperini was lionhearted. He was a brave and determined man, not only for himself, but for others too. Zamperini was a bombardier in World War II, and someone no one will forget. When Louie Zamperini was in the army air corps, he flew in a…

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  • AMC Hornet Analysis

    The Hornet Representing AMC in the 1970s Things You Didn’t Know About the AMC Hornet When it comes to classic cars you don 't see a lot of AMC automobiles at the local shows. It 's not because the car company went out of business in the 80s or lack of support for the individual models. It 's more about the number of units sold, and automotive styling often described as something only a mother could love. American Motors always struggled to gain traction when competing with the Big Three in…

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  • Mise En-Clot In The Disney Film Version Of Cinderella

    adaptation could portray a character’s personality more with their costume. A costume is not just their clothing attire, but their makeup, their hair and their accessories are included. There is a specific scene that demonstrates this distinction between characters is the part when Cinderella talks down the stairs to show her stepfamily what she is wearing to the ball. Even just a still of this scene, one could tell the difference between the unalike personalities. From watching the film, we…

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  • Importance Of Color In Amelie

    symbolize, and to express. Amelie uses all of these functions with mainly the primary colors red, green and blue. In this essay I will describe how the functions of color and its other facets are used to enhance Amelie’s world. Color’s informational function sets the scene in Amelie from the start. The opening scenes of Amelie as a child highlight the red colors that are so prominent in the film. Red in the title sequence appears for example when she eats red raspberries off of her fingers or…

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  • Jackson Pollock And Roy Lichtenstein Art Analysis

    Mask has a thick lips with humongous eye with black line around it. Pollock painted the mask with very dark colors that will show the ugliness and the fearful way of the Mask. Pollock arrangement of the colors are spectacular. Pollock combined gold, orange, white, and light green colors which makes it more scary and uneasy to look at. The face of the Mask is painted white with orange color on the cheek. The bottom lips is different in size, and painted with hot red and black color.…

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  • Azo Dye Lab Report

    INTRODUCTION Dyes exist in natural and synthetic forms in the world; they are used for the purpose of changing colors of different materials. William Perkins first discovered the azo dye on accident after adding alcohol to a product in the lab. They have the ability to do this due to the molecules of the dyes possessing conjugation. Conjugation is defined as p-orbitals overlapping which causes the electrons within to be delocalized; it is also seen in molecules and compounds that contain…

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  • An Analysis Of Organic Teapot By Waldemar Kolbusz

    As it has progressed and gained popularity within pop culture, abstract art in Australia has become more and more prevalent. Teapot is an abstract work done by Waldemar Kolbusz most likely between 2008 to 2012. It is currently held in New York City, New York by Richard Martin Art, the gallery in which it is being sold at a starting price of $5,550. Teapot is an oil on linen piece that measures 91 cm by 76 cm. This piece, in particular, focuses on large blocking of contrasting colors. The…

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  • Critical Analysis Of Echo By Walter De La Mare

    means the “main” part of the branch, resaying nature is the main branch of the poem. The second stanza also has the evidence that the character is depressed. “Hissed in the sun” Hissed mean a sharp note but can also mean displeasure. Figuring out that hissed could mean displeasure, resaying it would be” displeasure of the sun” The sun signals warm, light and hope, but saying there’s a displeasure to that could mean the opposite. “The dark air carried my cry” The author uses words of…

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  • The Color Red In The Great Gatsby

    Colors help people understand the world around them. Colors can tell people how someone is feeling, if something is cheerful or gloomy and just an overall sense of mood. In F Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby, color symbolism plays an important role in the understanding of the characters. One color that plays a very important role in the novel would be the color green. Green is important in The Great Gatsby for many reasons. On reason would be Daisy’s green light at the end of her homes…

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