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The Flying Men and Their Impact on Literature
Who knows when a human first dreamed of flying like a bird . It is important to recognize flying, its effect on people and their communication has changed because of flight. I believe that the invention of airplanes just enhanced the way people communicate and how they relate. Literature as a form of communication, was one of the many things that was only
improved by the invention of the airplane, because of several reasons.
Who invented the airplane? Orville Wright (1871 - 1948) and Wilbur Wright (1867 - 1912) American airplane inventors, brothers. 'Their interest in flying aroused by Lilienthal's
glider flights of 1890's.'(Rosenblum 7). In addition to Lilienthal's influence, between the time Langley flew his scale models and the time his full-size Aerodrome plunged into the Potomac River, the two bicycle builders from Dayton, Ohio were busy experimenting with gliders. Wilbur and Orville Wright had first becomed interested in flying machines as children when their father brought home a whirling toy . Fascinated, they wound up the rubber band on the cork and paper toy to watch it fly again and again. They built and flew their own versions.
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