On the other hand Hitler worshiped his mother and when she passed away in 1907, it was a very traumatic experience for him, which debatably led to many problems in his later life. Today we all know Adolf Hitler to be a powerful leader who discriminated against the Jews, but there were other things that people never knew about him. He never had a sense of belonging, after his parent’s death and after being the most authoritative man in Germany, he was finally in control. When the Great Depression began Hitler recognised this as a political opportunity. In 1932, Hitler competed against Von Hindenburg for presidency but came in second in both of the elections which resulted in Hitler being recognised as a strong force in German politics.
James A. Garfield may have been the most remarkable man ever elected president. Born into complete poverty, he rose to become a wunderkind scholar, a Civil War hero, and a renowned and admired congressman. Nominated for president against his will, he engaged in a fierce battle with the corrupt
But as soon as he got into the navy he was discharged for disobeying orders and having an uncaring personality. It was known that while writing the novel On The Road he taking benzedrine. Later severe alcoholism took control of his life, “which led to cirrhosis of the liver and internal bleeding that took his life on October 21 1969” (“On the Road,” Literary). But the popularity of his books still rose after his death. Near the end of Kerouac’s life he wrote a best selling novel, On The Road.
You just really ought to manage your mistakes and flip your failures in a more positive way. Although you have not always heard or read some of the notable success stories of certain people as much as knowing about their successes, it was failure that spurred successful people to strive for the best! You already know how Abraham Lincoln succeeded in life! The record label of pop singer Lady Gaga dropped her after only three months. When she knew about it, she wept so hard that she cannot utter a single word!
Yet Catherine was among the vocal majority on this view of her husband and his adoring fans. The Rock and Roll social world still wonders what she saw in him or how she could be so blind to his insanity; it is said that love is blindness yet but when your husband is the most notorious sex addict among the upper echelon Rock and Roll elite... Well, it's not unexpected to worship the ground the man who recorded some of the most commercially successful albums of the last thirty years if you get unlimited access to his $950,000,000 fortune of Rock and Roll blood money. To his fans... He was Nikki Strikes the hard rocking front man to the most successful band on Earth, Fürst who had sold out concerts on every continent other than Antarctica including a show in Moscow during which he sang a duet with Gorbachev on a version of the soviet national anthem. The man who had a harum of gropies and broke the bounds of every musical tradition in Rock.
Nelson finally decides what he sees as the terrible inevitability – taking up arms and start an armed revolution against the white injustice and subjugation. He justifies his turnaround by saying that for 50 years non-violence had not reaped any benefit and his people were losing lives. When the enemy showed no mercy, he decided to show no mercy too. He had lost faith and patience with non-violence. He became the head of the rebel group ANC and was then captured and
Mill’s views soon changed as he grew older. It is said that Mill had a mid-life crisis at the age of twenty because he took the Bentamite precision too far and actually forgot the ultimate goal of Utilitarianism in the first place, happiness. He struggled for the next few months and often contemplated suicide. Mill arose from this dark time in his life when he
The books Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe and The Stranger by Albert Camus both have differences and things in common. The book Things Fall Apart is about a wealthy man named okonkwo who is determined to reach the highest rake because he wants to be nothing like his dad. Okonkwo became very successful with a family and over that time he runs into many problems from war, punishments, missionaries, and even being kicked out of his clan for 7 years. In the end Okonkwo was driven to killing himself losing all the things he worked so hard for. In the book The Stranger Meursault’s mother just died at for some odd reason he didn’t cry or feel sad at the funeral.
Even though tests proved Chaplin was not the father of her child a jury ordered him to pay child support. In 1943 at the age of fifty four, Chaplin married the eighteen-year-old Oona O’Neill, daughter of the famous playwright Eugene O’Neill who was also fifty four-years-old. He was so angry about the marriage that he decided to disinherit his daughter. Despite of all the controversy about his love life, they had a very happy marriage which produced eight children for the
Age and Literature 1.About Fitzgerald and Gatsby Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald (September 24, 1896 – December 21, 1940) was an American author of novels and short stories, whose works are the paradigm writings of the Jazz Age.His grandfather is a millionaire,so families had a tradition of uppers classes,but his father generation economic power plummeted.so his first love called Ginevra broken up with him because of his poor,his fiancee called Zelda Fitzgerald also killed their marriage because his meager income.Until his famous masterpiece published in 1920 and he became overnight sensation,So they married in 1921.Since then,he mostly wrote the American upper class,the characters in his works aimed at the pursuit of material success,also can saying this was his own life goals.He admired the luxury of the upper class,but on the other hand,he also saw the empty essence about this kind of voluptuous life. When it comes to Gatsby,in the novel,he lived in luxury,held party everyday, there are tons of people and the lights were on full blast,but no one had seen Gatsby.Actually,during the war,Gatsby fall in love with Daisy,but just like the author’s experience,Daisy refused him because of his poor,but married with Tom.Five yeas later,Gatsby made a fortune and came back for getting back together with Daisy. 2.About Daisy, Ginevra and Zelda Fitzgerald 2.1 Ginevra In 1915, Fitzgerald was 18 years old. He met 16-year-old Ginevra who was a rich and beautiful inheritor of a