Seabiscuit; one of the few most famous animal celebrities in the world. Even though Seabiscuit was the name of a standard horse that should of be on a farm instead of on a race track. People all over the world bought Seabiscuit admiration for his speed and would tune into his races. He is believed to be one of the greatest race horses of all time. Seabiscuit was found by a great trainer and owner that helped Seabiscuit become a quality race horse.
Jimmy Stewart was a famous actor. He was also in the military and went to world war II. His full name is James Maitland Stewart. He was born on May 20th, 1908. His birth place is Indiana, Pennsylvania.
Jimmy Valentine: A Dynamic Character “Jimmy stuffed it into his vest pocket, threw off his coat and pulled up his shirt sleeves.” He stole from banks and many other places. He then turned his life around for a woman named Annabel Adams- who was the bank owner’s daughter. She showed him there is more to life than just money and other goods. At the end, Jimmy took his safe cracking skills to help a little girl get out of the safe that she got stuck in; risking being put back in prison.
The guys from Ohio are quite the group. They come up once a year and stay with my Uncle Buzz. He isn’t my real Uncle but is close enough to be one, so I just call him that. John is one of the four guys that come. He is the kind of guy where he needs to be proven wrong before he admits he is.
3rd Quarter District Performance Event Jimmy Valentine is man who makes a big change in his life that other men can not do. Jimmy Valentine is a criminal who decides to change his ways and change into Ralph D. Spencer. (alter-ego) Jimmy goes through a lot of ups and downs to improve in his moral character. In the end Jimmy saves a little girl named Agatha, but Ralph loses his secret identity.
“I don 't believe in regrets; i believe your future is in your tomorrows” (“John Travolta” Brainyquote). This quote was said by John Travolta in referencing to keep going and do what you set your mind to. John travolta is an american actor born in englewood, new jersey on February 18th 1954. He attended Dwight Morrow High School before dropping out at age 16 to follow his acting career at the new jersey steak and dinner theatre. He married Kelly P and had 3 kids Jett his 16 year old deceased son, Ella Bleu his 17 year old daughter, 7 year old Benjamin.
: Nick Carraway is a man who is seeking to learn about the bond business so he heads to New York to learn more. There he meets a man known as Jay Gatsby, a self-made millionaire who likes to throw spectacular parties. There, Gatsby tells Nick that he is deeply mad in love with Daisy, Nick’s sister. Unfortunately Daisy is already married to Tom Buchanan, so Nick helps Gatsby begin an affair with Daisy. During that time, Tom is cheating on Daisy with a woman named Myrtle.
James and Octavia’s relationship characterizes a unique paradigm of mother and son affection. Simultaneously, she must also fill in the fatherly love James is deprived of due to his father’s absence, which plays an important role in how she raises James. A mother’s love is unconditional and nurturing, however, Octavia provides a “harsh” standard of love with the expectation that James will mature into an independent man. At a young age, James learned to display no gesture of vulnerability. As much as he wishes to convey love to his mother, he need to refrain because, she says, “that’s weakness and that’s crybaby stuff” (1).
American Dream The American Dream has come from a desire to increase social standing and quality of living. Although the U.S.’ numerous opportunities have allowed many people to achieve their dream, the American Dream is also flawed. Certain demographics tend to live together in areas with little opportunities reducing their chances of achieving the dream, increasing wealth inequality allows only some to support themselves, and economic downfalls make the American Dream exist in a flawed manner.
A prevalent theme in chapters 4-6 of “The Great Gatsby”, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, is one of “History and New Mysteries”. This passage begins on a sunday afternoon at one of Jay Gatsby’s frequent parties. Gatsby comes to Nick and invites him out to lunch, which Nick accepts. On the way, Gatsby tells Nick a potentially false story of his life, one of inheritance followed by travels, which were themselves followed by war. Nick is doubtful of his story, but doesn’t dismiss it completely.