• Disney Cartoon Walt Film
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    A Pioneer in Entertainment Film: Walt Disney During a 43-year Hollywood career, which spanned the development of the motion picture medium as a modern American art, Walter Elias Disney was a pioneer and innovator, and the possessor of one of the most fertile imaginations the world has ever known. His creations set forth a foundation in the realm of animated entertainment through the use of modern applications and ingenious techniques. As an ambitious animator, Walt Disney began his career making...
  • Walt Whitman Live Oak
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    John Bell Mrs. Taylor English 2 May 30, 2000 All Alone Walter Whitman was an American poet of the 1800's. Walt was arguably one of America's influential and innovative poets of his time. Whitman began work as a printer and journalist in the New York City area. He wrote articles on politics, civics, and the arts. During the Civil War, Whitman was a volunteer assistant in the military hospitals in Washington, D. C. After the war, he worked in several government departments until he suffered a str...
  • Wally Walter Walt Lived
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    Elmer, "Walt" was a friend I knew when I lived in California. Despite being a throwback from the 1960's and a reject from society's public eye, Walt still lived with a smile on his face and a story in his heart. Walt loved to tell stories and he loved the place where he told them. Walt also loved to drink and toward the end of an evening the bottle had met his lips way too many times. Old hippy ways faded to history for everyone else but Walt. Elmer didn't like his real name. He liked being cal...
  • American Influences Of Walt Whitman
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    American Influences of Walt Whitman In his poems and life, Walt Whitman celebrated the human spirit and the human body. He sang the praises of democracy and marveled at the technological advances of his era. His direct poetic style shocked many of his contemporaries. This style, for which Whitman is famous, is in direct relation to several major American cultural developments. The development of American dictionaries, the growth of baseball, the evolution of Native American policy, and the deve...
  • Walt Whitman Wrote Grass Whitmans
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    Walt Whitman An American poet, whose work boldly asserts the worth of the individual and the oneness of all humanity. Walt Whitmans defiant break with traditional poetic concerns and style exerted a major influence on American thought and literature. He is something that no other country could have produced. He is utterly lawless, and in consequence passes for being a great original genius. His produce is unlike anything else that has ever appeared in literature, and that is enough for those qua...
  • Walt Disney People Company Marketing
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    WALT DISNEY COMPANY The Walt Disney company hopes that an aggressive new marketing and publicity blitz will help their slowing down business. With the company spending tens of million of dollars on t. v. advertising. Celebrities have also been appearing on spots for Disney. Disney will also be lowering prices on hotels. By trying to get out of this September 11 th down we are experiencing there have been many opportunities for the marketing of this country to either plunge or sky rocket. Disney...
  • A True Patriot Walt Whitman
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    A True Patriot: Walt Whitman When one talks of great American Poets, if the person has any since of intelligence, then they can in now way fail to mention Walt Whitman. Whitman is a great American poet, So great, that Ralph Waldo Emerson said that he was an "American Shakespeare" (Tucker 247). While the debate still goes on about that comment, there is no debate about the greatness of Whitman. Walt Whitman was born in West Hills, NY on May 31, 1819 on Long Island. He was the second of nine child...
  • Black Decker Power Tools
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    Background Black and Decker (B&D) is a pioneer in portable power tools. In 1991, it is a $5 billion in sales company with 29% of these sales coming from Power Tools and Accessories. B&D is the world's larges producer of power tools and the U. S. market overall leader. Problem Statement B&D has a strong market share in the consumer and industrial markets, but is weak in the P-T market as it is currently experiencing decreased market share. In this segment, B&D is not generating profits and, at t...
  • Walt Whitman Published Grass Time
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    Sophie OshmanMrs. DubrowPeriod 7 May 4 th, 2004 Walt Whitman Walt Whitman, born in 1819 to a family in Long Island, lived a very humble life before becoming a well known writer. He grew up in a community full of Quakers and followed religion very strictly as a child. Whitman loved reading the works of Ralph Waldo Emerson because he thought he related to Emerson's ideas and theologies which closely corresponded to his own. At the age of 35, Whitman published his first book, Leaves of Grass, which...
  • Walt Whitman Equal People Death
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    Walt Whiteman though himself out to be the poet of American democracy. His poetry described an america where the future had already begun. Whitman believed every individual had as much dignity, and importance as anyone else. No job was considered to small or insubordinate. He believed that in order to reach their full potential, people had to break down the barriers that separated them from others and from parts of their own being. He encouraged things that made people less embarrassed and mr o...
  • Family Vacation Walt Disney
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    A Wonderful Family Vacation. The family vacation is an American tradition. A. The Walt Disney World advertisement, however, takes a different approach by marketing to the entire family. II. The caption of the Walt Disney World advertisement in Family Circle magazine reads: "Pretend your family is on the most magical vacation ever." III. The next picture shows a mother being pampered by her husband in a make believe Hollywood scene. IV. This advertisement appeals to the parents who are swelled w...
  • Supermarket In California And Constantly Risking Absurdity
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    "A Supermarket in California" and "Constantly Risking Absurdity" Allen Ginsberg's poem "A Supermarket in California" and Lawrence Ferlinghetti's poem "Constantly Risking Absurdity" describe the struggle within to find beauty and self worth. Where Allen Ginsberg is lost in the market, desperately trying to find inspiration from Walt Whitman, Lawrence Ferlinghetti portrays the image of the poet frantically trying to balance on a high wire, risking not only absurdity, but also death. Both of these ...
  • What Whitman Walt Read Poems
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    Walt Whitman Walt Whitman, a famous American poet, was born on May 31, 1819 in the West Hills of Long Island, New York. His mothers name was Lois ia Van Vel sor, of Dutch descent. , and amazingly could not read very well, if at all. His dad was an English carpenter who probably could not read his sons poetry. His parents family consisted of nine children, four of whom had disabilities. His start in literature came when, at the age of 12, he was withdrawn from school to work as a printer. At thi...
  • Whitman Lauter Boston Newyork
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    Whitman's Definition of Individuality During a lecture in 1907, William James said "the philosophy which is so important in each of us is not a technical matter; it is our more or less dumb sense of what life honestly means. It is only partly got from books; it is our individual way of just seeing and feeling the total push and pressure of the cosmos" (Bartlett 546) Individuality has been a prevalent theme in every type of literature for quite some time. Whether it is a character discovering his...
  • Walt Whitman Lincoln President 2000
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    The Lincoln Assasination's Impact On Walt Whitman The Lincoln Assasination's Impact On Walt Whitman On the night of the awful tragedy an unreal action occurred in the box at the theater. Watching was the greatest man of his time in the glory of the most stupendous success story in our history. He was the idolized chief of a nation already mighty, and a symbol to all of the grandeur of a great nation. Quick death was to come on the central figure of that company — the central figure of the ...