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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bing_Crosby

His social life was hectic, his first son Gary was born in 1933 with twin boys following in 1934. By 1936, he'd replaced his former boss, Paul Whiteman, as host of ...

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What arethe struggles Walt Disney faced in his life? He faced a couple of financial problems ,due to the fact, that he did not read the "fine print" in his contracts ...

www.english.illinois.edu/Maps/poets/s_z/whitman/bio.htm

Walt Whitman, arguably America's most influential and innovative poet, was born into a ... life, in part because of the early influence of Hicks, and in part because his ... Even late in his life, he could still recall the excitement of seeing this first ..... for over a decade to address in journalism and fiction the social issues (such as ...

ir.uiowa.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2170&context=wwqr

autograph requests, but towards the end of his life he had become well ... stance came to influence the way Whitman circulated his signature .... Taken at face value, “this has .... “I value this autograph, because Walt gave it to me; rather I paid him .... the tight control he exerted over his signature certainly made it more.

ir.uiowa.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1913&context=wwqr

ideology,” a process that valued political ideology more than human life, as the million or so ... collected information about these soldiers in his notebooks, he began to recognize .... and rectify. it was a difficulty that Whitman found means of overcom- .... ity,” writes Jean Baudrillard, “for while the object is a resistant material ...

www.theatlantic.com/magazine/print/1907/06/personal-recollections-of-walt-whitman/308364

Jun 15, 2017 ... He had remained some days in camp, and found some of his .... more or less in the mêlée, and no one could dream how valuable such .... at breakfast we lingered long over Emerson, Wordsworth, Tennyson, .... A friend and near neighbor, who had conceived a great disgust for Walt Whitman because of his ...

www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/02/13/when-things-go-missing

Feb 13, 2017 ... Over a lifetime, we will lose some two hundred thousand items apiece, .... In the course of your life, you'll spend roughly six solid months looking for missing objects; ... put the matter more succinctly: “We never lose what we highly value.” ..... Like Whitman, his love of life had been exuberant, exhaustive; he ...

faculty.frostburg.edu/phil/forum/Kane.htm

In his newspapers he supported or ruined the careers of political candidates, and he ... known public person, but he had not provided much access to his inner life. ... and he over-dramatized the actual situation to the point where the President of ... Kane lures the most prominent journalists away from other papers by paying ...

www.nytimes.com/books/first/b/brown-yeats.html

Reveries Over Childhood and Youth, by contrast, records the excitement of a return journey ... In fact the England in which Yeats was to spend much of his life plays ... In the 1890s Yeats's friend Arthur Symons would evoke it as an art object in its ... of his life are marked by the settled distaste with which he had viewed most ...

www.theburningplatform.com/2017/05/16/an-inquiry-into-values-men-and-the-art-of-life-cycle-governance

May 16, 2017 ... Is has no appeal because the reality he sees is its surface. ... Robert Pirsig, paper on “Subjects, Objects, Data and Values”, 1995, p.12 ... When the Crisis (Winter) era of financial hardship and war was over, the Spring of ... Hand of capitalism by keeping his hand in the “I, Pencil” business for most of his life.