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    Laura Mercado Lori Logue English 1010 18 November 2014 Lucid Dreaming Cinderella is one of the many fairytale stories that portrays impossible and unrealistic actions taken by characters in the story. For instance, in Cinderella, Cinderella is upset due to the fact that she can’t attend the ball since she has nothing to wear, this all changes when her friends (consisting of mice and birds) come to the rescue and put together a beautiful dress for her. More into the story, Cinderella runs into another

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    A Separate Peace by John Knowles is a fictional book about Gene Forrester, a student at Devon Private Boarding School. This story takes place during the 1940s when World War II was becoming more and more a part of daily life at Devon. The war encroaches and finally dominates the lives of the boys at Devon. Starting with the boys shoveling snow off of the train tracks, then their friend, Leper, enlists, and finally troops get permanently stationed at Devon. Shoveling snow and picking apples was how

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    which is applied by Walt Disney Company is employee engagement. Walt Disney Company is a big company which is contained more than 60,000 workers and it is named as the happiest place on earth. Disney always focuses on people and creates a happy condition for their employees and makes them to be loyalty of the company. To achieve the high engagement of employees, they recruit and train the employees, build enthusiasm through communication and always put people as first. Walt Disney has a well-being employee

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    Disney Global Culture

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    all aspects of transnational operations to effectively avoid cultural barriers and reduce the uncertainties in the cultural environment. The Walt Disney Company was founded as a cartoon studio in 1923 by American

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    Walt Disney Hero

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    For my hero I picked Walter Elias Disney. Walt lived on a small farm in Illinois when he was a child. As a young boy Walt had a fascination with drawing and he once drew on the side of the barn with tar and his father beat him for it. He loved to draw the farm animals and a specific field mouse which would later inspire him to create the mouse we all love… Mickey Mouse. Later on Walt went to school to take photography and drawing classes at McKinley High School in Chicago. At the age of 16 he dropped

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    Walt Disney was born in Chicago, Illinois on December 5, 1901.Walt was one of five children, he had three brothers and a sister. Growing up Walt lived in Marceline, Missouri with his family. While he lived in Missouri he began his artistic journey. Walt began drawing and painting pictures and then would sell them to neighbors. When Walt was around the age of 10 he and his family moved to Kansas City. Walts uncle Mike Martin also lived in Kansas City and was a train engineer. While in Kansas Walt

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    Walt Disney once said, “If you can dream it, you can do it.” This quote gives the message that anything is possible. Don’t give up or sell yourself short if people say otherwise. Walt Disney followed this beautifully because he never gave up when he failed, and he did very out-of-the-box things for his time. Walt Disney is important to history because of his hard-working beginning, his ability to not give up, his creativeness, and his long lasting impact on the world. Walter Elias Disney was born

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    Nina Irwin-Visual Artist

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    Nina Irwin is a Kansas City artist, globally known for her watercolor landscapes and ceramic pieces. She has had many shows across the country, and several overseas as well. Originally hailing from Chicago, Illinois, Irwin’s family moved to Kansas City when she was six. As the child of two successful artists, she was surrounded by art throughout her childhood, but did not pursue it as a career until her mid-twenties. She attended college for a variety of disciplines, including archeology, anthropology

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    He was the main male character and after that he then decided he wanted to get into acting as a career instead of medicine. After that he went to New York and got an apartment with his best friend O 'brien and attended the academy of Dramatic Arts. They both got none speaking parts as robots in R. U. R. written By Kavel Capek. In 1923 He married louise Treadmill they lived in hollywood located at Los angeles california . They had two kids named

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    Walter Elias Disney. Walt Disney's creativity and love for his dreams are evident in all the works and contributions he produced that have brought entertainment to so many. Walter had won 22 awards throughout his lifetime but gained much more than awards. Walter has impacted our world today in many ways. Three of the many ways Walt Disney has impacted our lives today are, Cartoons, Theme parks as well as his Movies. Walter Elias Disney Born on December 5th, 1901 in Hermosa, Illinois was an innovative

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    Illinois; this child 's name was Walter Elias Disney. According to Bob Thomas 's Walt Disney, the Disney family lived in borderline poverty; Walt spent his childhood on a farm in Marceline, Missouri (25) and then worked as a paperboy in Kansas City (31). No one knew that this poor farmhand and paper boy would one day grow up to create a legacy still prevalent today; no one except his brother Roy Disney, who helped foster Walt 's love of art. Walt Disney deserves to be called an American icon because

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    Coco Film Analysis

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    Coco, released in 2017, is an animated film directed by Adrian Molina and Lee Unkirch. It follows a young boy named Miguel Rivera and his journey as he is transported to the land of the dead. Generations ago, Miguel’s family became a family of shoe makers. Miguel’s great-great grandfather abandoned his great-great grandmother, Imelda, and his daughter Coco to pursue his dream of becoming a musician. Instead of lying around crying because her husband left her, Mama Imelda banned music in her family

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    Walt Disney: why is he remembered Have you ever had a dream that you wanted to make happen but had roadblocks blocking your way to success? Walt Disney has inspired many people but his success wasn’t all it was cracked up to be. It started with him setting his goals. Than lead to him inspiring kids to follow their dreams. How he died and if it was a shock to him and his family or it wasn 't so surprising to them. Walt Disney may not be on the top 10 list of the most remembered people but he sure

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    Astronaut Mae C. Jemison was born on 17th October 1956 in Alabama. She was the youngest of the three children born to Charlie Jamison (a maintenance supervisor) and Dorothy Jamison (an elementary school teacher). When Mae was three years old, the family relocated to Chicago, Illinois to take advantage of the better educational opportunities in the city. Education With the support of her parents, Jemison spent considerable time studying about science and astronomy. During her time in Morgan Park

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    Mandy Patinkin was born as Mandel Bruce Patinkin in Chicago, Illinois, on November, 30 1952. His mother wrote Grandma Doralee Patinkin's Jewish Family Cookbook. Mandel was raised with Jewish immigrants and some from Russia. He was born and raised in an upper- middle class family. He attended South Shore High School, Harvard St. George School, and Kenwood High School (later renamed Kenwood academy), and graduated in 1970. He is still alive and well being at just 65 years of age. Mandy Patinkin was

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    The talented musician Eddie Money once said “I’ve got two tickets in my pocket, now baby, we’re going to disappear.” What if we all had that? Two tickets to wherever you wanted to go. No one to stop you just you and someone special to you disappearing. If I had the choice to go anywhere in this world, it would be to have one more night with my dad in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Baton Rouge is my birthplace and me and my dad shared a bond with that city. It is where he wanted me to be raised, go to college

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    Gender Representation in movies Gender representation in movies have not changed over the years. Movies are generally male dominated with very few movies where females are the lead. The movie that I chose to look into for this topic is Disney's Mulan. In Mulan the emperor goes around asking each family to send one male to join the Chinese army. Mulan knows that the only male in her family is her elderly father. So Mulan takes matters into her own hands and goes to in list in the army herself. To

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    His body was discovered by a teenager. Robert Hodges was walking along the riverbank that early morning and saw the knees and feet of a dead body, later known to be that of Emmett Till. His corpse was bloated and badly disfigured. Roy Bryant and J.W .Milan were arrested for the kidnapping and murder of Emmett Till. When Emmett Till’s body was sent back to Chicago in a sealed box, his mother Mamie demanded that the box be opened and she decided to have an open casket funeral for

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    Richard Scarry’s Busiest Pop-Up Ever!, was published in 2007 by Richard Scarry Corporation. This book would be ideal for children that are around the age’s four to ten. This book is strictly important by the way it keeps the attention of the reader. Another difference in this picture book, that it only has five pages. It has a mixture of two dimensional and third dimensional pictures in the book with about only 50 words on those five pages. The book consist a story about a police chase of a monkey

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    George Lucas has created many great movies in his lifetime. From Star Wars to Indiana Jones all of them are filled with action and adventure. But George Lucas didn 't always want to be a director but things changed. He got past many obstacles and some were life changing events. George Lucas has inspired many young directors and lived a good life. “ Technology keeps moving forward, which makes it easier for the artists to tell their stories and paint pictures they want” -George Lucas. George Lucas

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