She used her success to show others that a woman could accomplish similar things once reserved for men. She may always be most remembered by her fateful disappearance over the Pacific Ocean, however, she has ultimately been known as one of the most famous pilots of all time because of her accomplishments, what she stood for in her day and the mystery of her fateful trip and disappearance. As a women’s rights activist and an active dreamer, Amelia Earhart wasn’t afraid to reach for new heights. In Amelia’s words, “Courage is the price that life exacts for granting peace. The soul that knows it not, knows no release from little things, knows not the livid loneliness of fear nor mountain heights, where bitter joy can hear the sound of wings”
When people hear the name “Amelia Earhart”, most think of the groundbreaking woman pilot, who sadly disappeared on her flight somewhere above the Pacific Ocean. Besides being a pilot, Earhart was a photographer, poet, hospital worker, truck hauler, fashion designer, social worker, and student of chemistry, physics, and medicine. Amelia Earhart: The Thrill of It by Susan Wels discusses the incredible life Amelia Earhart lived along with fascinating photographs, artifacts, letters, documents, and maps. It puts forth unseen documents and new information, which adds to the enigma that is Amelia Earhart. This book will entertain any person with an interest in educating themselves in mysterious events, and a woman who paved a path for more to follow.
He is a valorously prince that did not even afraid to show off about his biography. He told that with his Arabian sword; he triumphed over many tribes such as Sophy, and Persian. He told more details about his background is that he even subjugated the Sultan Solyman for three times. Then Prince of Morocco stated that he would be sure that he will be daring to be harden than the bravest person in this world. This is the second unique thing of
The Little Prince is a novel written by Antoine de Saint Exupery. It is about a “grown up” discovering his inner child. The manifestation of his inner child is the Little Prince himself. The novel includes several drawings which represent the author’s criticisms of the adult world. De Saint-Exupery also explores the meaning of life, death, time, friendships, and love.
In Machiavelli’s famous novel The Prince, several ideals concerning the proper actions of a prince are recorded. These actions are presented to the reader and then justified by Machiavelli’s personal and historical observations. Throughout several chapters, Machiavelli intensely describes the traits of a prince and explains in thorough detail which vices a prince should act on and which virtues he should exhibit. Machiavelli presents several ideas concerning the behavior of a prince in his novel The Prince. To begin with, Machiavelli believes that a prince should learn attributes that are not typically considered good.
In the story of The Prince and the Pauper, the main characters are Edward Tudor Prince of Wales and Tom Canty, a pauper, who eventually unwittingly switched identities. Prince Edward is a prideful, self-centered, but honest person in the beginning of the story. However, throughout his adventure the experiences and hardships he suffers through change him for the better. His pride as the prince over time changes into humility, his self-centeredness develops into sympathy and feeling righteous indignation for others. However, the prince continued to be honest and truthful throughout his adventure well into becoming king, even though it would get him into trouble.
Through the vision of a child, there is happiness, there is joy. But as time passes, Humanity becomes conditioned to obey the demands of society, distorting their perception of life. Only those who maintain their child-like qualities are able to look beneath the surface of an object and discover the essence within. The Little Prince, by Antoine de Saint Exupery, explores the importance of the preservation of one’s child-like perception. The novella follows the adventures of the little prince, who lives on a small planet with a single rose.
For example, the major theme in A Lucky Child is the belief of maintaining hope and believing in the self. Buergenthal uses this theme to showcase that there is good in all humans. He does, however, use another minor theme to display that to get on with life, then changes are necessary, yet also highlighting the fact that some events cannot be changed. For instance, the Germans massacre of the Jewish community. The same themes can be seen in Reichental’s memoir also.
Amelia Earhart is a female pilot who was a revolution amongst her peers. She didn’t want to be the dainty woman society demanded her to be. She had passions and goals of being someone who could change the world and how people viewed it. It wasn’t always easy reaching her goals and ambitions, but she got through it and became an amazing pilot. Amelia Earhart is an outstanding woman with a lot of experiences to share with the world; from her early beginnings to her final flight, she proved who she was as a woman and an aviator to everyone who doubted her.