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Biographical Essay Examples

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The Inspiration for Grease the Musical
Sadem Salem Theatre 100 Due: 03/17/2011 Grease, the musical Jim Jacobs, the creator of Grease. He lived in Chicago, Illinois, when he got the inspiration to create a musical about Teens in high school, about the drama of love, and their style of living their own lives. He was one of the co-creators of the play, and...
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Otto Eduard Leopold von Bismarck
Otto Eduard Leopold von Bismarck was born on All Fool's Day in
1815, during the Hundred Days, and he died in Friedrichsruh on
July 30, 1898, while the European powers were partitioning
Africa and extending their dominion over parts of Asia. A
political genius, Bismarck used everything from his legacy to
his connections to b...
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Marilyn Monroe
"I'm selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am
out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me
at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best,"
("Marilyn Monroe Quotes.") was once said by the famous sex symbol
Marilyn Monroe. Monroe grew up in foster homes, marrie...
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James Joyce
It is undenyable that James Joyce, the author of legendary short stories ,as well as. Novels in the 19th century, is one of the most influencial and controversial writers in the history of literature. This is a good start, but your introduction needs atleast 10 more sentences. Also needs a thesis to direct the reader. A...
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F. Scott Fitzgerald
F. Scott Fitzgerald grew up and lived comfortably off his mother’s inheritance when he was young. When he was young, he did not have a poor life but was not wealthy either, but knew what it was like to be a middle class citizen. The first writing to be published was a detective story he wrote when he was thirteen. When was...
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Albert Einstein
Throughout the years there has been many great inventors and scientist that have renovated our generation.Albert Einstein is one of them, he is known for many great things and he is man of many accomplishments. He is also known to be the “most influential physicist of the 20th century!” As of today, we still use a lot of w...
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Annotated Bibliography for Jack London's To Build a Fire
Jack London's "To Build a Fire" Annotated Bibliography Caster-Dudzick, Charles, dir. To Build A Fire. Perf. Evan Reichard , and
Jon Berry. 2002. Web. 17 Mar 2013. . I found this video done by a college student. This video is his vision
of To Build a Fire. As I stated earlier I believe it is im...
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Culture and Identity in Maxine Hong Kingston's The Warrior Woman
Maxine Kingston’s “The Warrior Woman”, describes the struggles she encounters, as a young, Chinese-American woman pursuing the search for her own personal identity. In “No Name Woman”, Kingston’s mother shares a dark guarded story about her aunt’s life. This story, in which, Kingston refabricates in hopes of helping herself...
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Comparing the Lives of Lorraine Hansberry and F. Scott Fitzgerald
Everyone knows reading expands the human mind. Whether it's known or
not, reading can also be a history lesson. In literature, most readers
do not take the time out to consider what influences a writer's work. It
just so happens that the time period an author comes from can have a
grand effect on their work. Not solely this...
1,407 words
3 pages
A Biography Can Never Be Completely True
A biography can never be completely true. A biography is an account of someone’s or something’s life as written by someone else other than the person. Previous biographies that have been written may have been slanted or bias, this means that the author writing the biography has taken a one sided opinion. Authors who admire...
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