• Willie Stark Book Warren Story
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    The title of the book is All The King's Men and the Publication date for this book is 1996. The author Robert Penn Warren was a very famous author. His life was full of many achievements that helped him become recognized. He even won the Pulitzer Prize for this book All The King's Men. Warren was inspired to write this book because when he was younger he lived in the state of Louisiana and around this time Huey P. Long was already an established politician. Warren started out writing poetry but...
  • Mr Lincoln's Drummer Willie Drum Book
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    Civil War I read a book called Mr. Lincolns Drummer. The author is G. Clifton Wiser. It is a historical fiction story. There are a lot of characters in this book but Willie Johnston was the main character. He was born in Vermont and was in the seventh grade. He was called one of the drummer boys. He was only eleven years old and he played the drum really well. He really wanted to join the Union Army all his life. He was a really skinny boy that weighed 84 pounds. He served on Company D; it had...
  • The Computer Nut Kate And Willie
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    Title: "The Computer Nut " Author: Betsy Byars Setting: "The Computer Nut" takes place in Kate's small town. Overall, the different settings are in her house, in school, at a carwash, at Willie Lomax's house, her dad's office, a pep rally at her school's football rally, and that's basically where all the action takes place. Most of the time, the action takes place during the day. Towards the ending, however, most of the action takes place at night around 8 pm- 9 pm. Major Characters: The main ch...
  • Willie Stark All The Kings Men
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    A people s candidate in the deep south, who was fighting for the rights of people. That s Willie Stark the main character of, All the Kings Men. He starts out as a good-deeded hick, then evolves into a power-hungry, corrupt politician. Willie ruins his family and himself in this story. At the beginning we start with a nice family, and a man who wanted what best for the people. In the end, Willie Stark wanted his name all over the state, so people knew who had given them everything. Willie began...
  • Aunt Willie Charlie Swans Book
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    This Story Summer of the Swans takes place in a little town in West Virginia. The most important character in this book is defiantly Sarah Godfrey. So far in half of this book most of the scenes are with her. When she plays with Boysie, in the beginning, Then when she was talking with Wanda, and when she went with Charlie to see the swans. She is defiantly the most important character in this book. The other characters in this book are Wanda, Charlie, Aunt Willie, Boysie, Frank, and Mary. They ...
  • Death Of A Salesman
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    Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman is a play best summed up in its title, it is just that, the death of a salesman. This death is not necessarily the physical end to a human life, but the crumbling end to the dreams of Willie Loan, the play's main character. The three main parts to Willie's world are his job, his family, and his image as seen by the rest of the world. Although these parts are interwoven and interrelated, they are best divided and given separate analysis. The first part of Willi...
  • Willie Stark Jack Enemies Blackmail
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    The entire King's Men All the King's Men, written by Robert Penn Warren, is set deep in the south during the 1930's. This is a story of the rise and fall of a political titan. Willie Stark comes from poverty to become the governor of his state. He forces his enemies into submission by blackmails, repeated threats, and bullies them. He creates a series of liberal reforms that lay heavy tax burdens on the rich and lifts the money issue off of the poor farmers. His foil character Sam MacMurfee per...
  • The Snow Man Ross George Willie
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    The Snowman By: William Sidney Porter (O Henry) During a winter in the canyon of the Big Lost River, there is a violent snow storm trapping, Ross his cook George and Ross's friend in the ranch house. During the second day of being stuck, there is a knock on the door. In stumbles Etienne Girod. Girod is a Opera singer who was caught in the snow. Later that day Ross's friend slips outside and breaks his collar bone. Making him unable to move. When George hears something he rushes outside and find...
  • The Piano Lesson Boy Willie
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    Doaker Berniece and Boy Willie's uncle is a railroad cook, trying to keep the peace while testifying to the past. Boy Willie A few short generations removed from the African who carved the piano, he comes to Pittsburgh from Mississippi on a mission to sell his piano in order to buy a piece of the land where his ancestors slaved. Lymon Boy WIllie's partner watermelons is anxious to finish the business and begin his new life in the north. Berniece Boy Willie's sister, Doaker and the action of the ...
  • The Crazy Horse Electric Game
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    The Crazy Horse Electric Game The story starts of while they are playing their first baseball game of the season against the Crazy Horse Electrics. They decide to put beer in the opposition team's water bottles as a prank, so that they could win. After that Willie decides to go fishing with his dad. They have deep conversations, and they start talking about why Willie's mom does not fish like she used too. Then they get into talking about Missy, Willie's little sister who died of SIDS (Sudden In...
  • The Piano Lesson Boy Willie
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    Defend Boy Willie's Scheme for Buying Sutter's Land. In The Piano Lesson, written by August Wilson, Boy Willie devises a scheme for buying Sutter's land. Boy Willie has one part of the money saved up. He will sell the watermelons for the second part. Then he will sell the piano for a third part. The only debating issue in Boy Willie's scheme is the piano. Berniece does not want to sell the piano. This is the only reason for a defense in Boy Willie's scheme. Therefore, I will defend Boy Willie's...
  • The Caine Mutiny Willie Keith A Life Changed
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    Willie Keith: A Life Changed Sometimes it takes an event in ones life to change a person. In Herman Works The Caine Mutiny, it took the navy to change the life of Willie Keith. Before Willie joined the navy he was living the easy life. His mother came from a wealthy family so Willie had no problems financially. He never really took anything seriously. He didnt even take Princeton seriously. "But his real career at Princeton had consisted of playing the piano and inventing bright little songs fo...
  • The Piano Lesson A Deeper Look
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    Cindy Her Professor Davidson English 10221 March 2005 The Piano Lesson: A Deeper Look Winner of multiple awards such as the Tony Award, the New York Drama Critics Circle Award, and the Pulitzer Prize, August Wilson is known most for his forceful cultural plays. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Wilson was born to a white father that later abandoned his family, and a black mother. Wilson dropped out of school in the ninth grade after being accused of plagiarism. Wilson after went to pu...
  • One Fat Summer Analysis Of Important Theme
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    One Fat Summer by Robert Lipsyte, is a very good book for teenagers that feel insecure about themselves and have low self-esteem. In the book they will read about a young boy name, Bobby who overcomes his fears of being fat and being bullied by Willie, one that is much stronger then him physically, but not emotionally. The basic theme of this story is to stand up for yourself no matter the situation. Willie, the antagonist of the story accidentally makes Bobby overcome his fears and stand up to ...
  • The Portrait Of Willie Gee
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    Robert Henri an American painter and art educator was born in Cincinnati Ohio in 1865. He was educated at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the Academie Julian and the Ecole des Beaux Art in Paris. In 1891 he began to paint and teach in Philadelphia, where he met the painters John Sloan, William Glac kens and George Luke. He inspired them to paint American life with vigorous dramatic realism. The Group moved to New York City, they joined other painters to form the Eight or the so-cal...
  • The Death Penalty A Controversial Issue Dead Man Walking
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    The Death Penalty: A Controversial Issue Dead Man Walking is a powerful movie based upon the controversial issue, the death penalty. This unique movie tells of the death penalty from all sides and not just one. Dead Man Walking, the movie is based on the book, Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty in the United States. Sister Helen Prejean tells of her life experiences as a nun embarking on a dangerous journey with a convicted murderer. Honoring the request of a lonely and...
  • Hard Workers Willie Father Biff
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    In the "The Death of a Salesman", the main character Willie is a very troubled man. He talks to himself and is depressed. He wants his son Biff to be a great salesman, but that's Willie's dream for Biff. This interferes with Biffs' life and he is not able to live and fulfill his dreams. Willie reminds me of my father is some ways, but is a complete opposite in other aspects. In similarity to my father, Willie talks to himself. I will often come into a room of my house and hear my father talking...
  • Death Of A Salesman
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    The play, "A Death of a Salesman", is one of America's favorite tragedies. The play is one that every man can relate to. The play involves real characters in real situations. The play demonstrates the great American struggle to make it in the world. "A Death of a Salesman" also shows a struggling relationship between a son and his father. These facts are why this play will always be a continuing classic. The play deals with two major struggles that every person can relate to. The more major of ...
  • Hally Sam Willie Play
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    Throughout "Master Harold.".. and the Boys, Athol Fu gard describes many emotions that take place between the characters, to which different reactions are noted. An emotion is a subjective response, usually accompanied by a physiological change, which is interpreted in a particular way by the individual and often leads to a change in behavior (Psychology 314). The emotions are not just expressed vocally, but they are also expressed in stage directions. The primary emotions in the play are love,...
  • Manipulation Of The Judge Willie History Stark
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    In the novel All the King s Men, by Robert Penn Warren, the author uses the conflicts, both those of society and the characters, the setting and the attitudes of the community to reflect the period of the 1930 s and its similar conflicts, social attitudes and values of the time. All the King's Men is the story of the rise and fall of a political titan in the Deep South during the 1930 s. Willie Stark rises from hardscrabble poverty to become governor of his state and its most powerful political ...