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  • Ray's Field Of Dreams
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    Ray Kinsella helped other people fulfill their dreams by traveling for miles to find them, and bring them back to his field of dreams. In the book Shoeless Joe, W.P. Kinsella wrote about how some people were missing something in their lives, but they found what they had been looking for when they arrived at Ray's field. Ray built a baseball field to fulfill his unfulfilled dreams of the past. Ray's father died when he was a teenager, so Ray did not get to spend much time with him. Ray had always...
  • Just For His Desire Of Baseball
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    The "Field of Dreams" Essay The Field of Dreams story has 5 characters that have a second chance in their life. In this essay the second paragraph would be about Ray Kinsella that if it is really heaven in the "field of dreams". The third paragraph would be about John Kinsella & "Shoeless" Joe Jackson of both of them having a desire to play baseball. In the fourth paragraph it would be about Terrance Mann & Archibald "Moonlight" Graham because both of them stopped what they were doing best becau...
  • Ray Kinsella's Small Iowa Farm
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    Shoeless Joe. P. Kinsella William Patrick Kinsella was born may 25, 1935 in Edmonton, Alberta. His father was a contractor and his mother was a printer. As an only child, Kinsella spent his early years in a log cabin near Lac Ste. -Anne, sixty miles northwest of Edmonton. He rarely saw other children and completed grades one through four by correspondence. ' Having no contact with children, I considered myself a small adult' (Authors and writers for young adults, 130-131). His parents, grandmoth...
  • Ray Kinsella
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    Field of Dreams Was Ray Kinsella a triumphant hero who dared to live his dreams, or merely an insane lunatic who blindly followed voices that could only be heard within the confines of his mind Although either of these theories could be argued successfully, the idea that this intrepid man was indeed a hero is supported by a list of characteristics that generally indicate a classical hero. In the movie, Field of Dreams, Ray Kinsella was introduced to the viewers as an ordinary man, living an ordi...
  • Ways The Game Of Baseball
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    A WAY OF LIFE In the novel Shoeless Joe by W.P. Kinsella, we are able to figure out that in many ways the game of Baseball, is a way of life. Saving Ray Kinsellas farm, that gives us a basis for what the American culture should imitate. We are able to see how his farm can make a dream come true, how baseball can withstand a test of time, and how if you chase your dreams they might be better than expected. In the novel, Ray is able to change a passionate love for baseball into a reality. Ray is q...

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