Estefan first came to the United States of America when she was a infant with her parents from Havana, Cuba. Her career began when she started to work with a group called the Miami Sound Machine, where she met her future husband Emilio Estefan (Gloria Estefan Biography). The bands first American hits were “Bad Boy” and “Words Get In The Way” (Gloria Estefan Biography). Gloria Estefan is most known for her biggest hit “Conga” which came out in 1985 (Johnston). The band was very successful and toured around the world.
She even got married and won a Grammy. Though, after a tragic murder ending her life, Selena will always be remembered as the first successful female Tejano singer. It all started when Selena sang the song “Blue Moon” in front of her father. Abraham, her father, instantly knew that she had talent. Taking ahold of this opportunity, he created a band consisting of Selena, Suzette (his other daughter), and A.B.
In 2003 she defeated Venus in the finals of the US Open, the French Open, and Wimbledon to earn her very first Grand Slam title (Prince). Instead of competing against each other, the sisters decided to pair up and take the doubles world by storm. Venus Williams’s height, Williams’s speed, and their undeniable bond made them nearly unbeatable. Together in 2004, they conquered their first women 's doubles Olympic gold medal in Athens. At the Beijing games, they also managed to earn another gold medal in the women’s doubles.
Maria displays self- destructive tendencies as she spends her days having sex and getting high and drunk. When she ends up pregnant, she contemplates telling the potential father Les Goodwin, then decides not to when she realizes “when she was not actually talking to him now she found it hard to keep him distinct from everyone
The following year she released another album which was called “Amor Prohibido” that also went gold. With these achievements, this made Selena the first women to achieve huge success in Tejano and the first Tejano artist to win a Grammy award and have albums go gold. After achieving so much success in Tejano music Selena wanted to crossover to American music. She started recording the album “Dreaming of you” but sadly she did live to see her album success. Selena was murder on March 31, 1995.
But she lied since she had been stressful due to her drinking a lot. 7) Why does Blanche claim she has come to New Orleans? Do you believe her? Blanche claim to come to New Orleans because she took a leave from teaching due to her stress. I don’t really believe her because she start to drink quickly and changed topic a little too quickly.
 Speak Now was a commercial success, debuting at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart. Its opening sales of 1,047,000 copies made it the 16th album in U.S. history to sell one million copies in a single week.  As of September 2011, Speak Now had sold over 5 million copies worldwide.  Taylor Swift, wearing a purple dress, plays a blue acoustic guitar while sitting on a stool Swift performing in Newark, New Jersey during the Speak Now World Tour in
Dubose’s dedication to ending her morphine addiction proves how her stubborn attitude helps her achieve the right thing even if she is doing it for no one but herself. After Mrs. Dubose dies, Atticus tells Jem and Scout “she died beholden to nothing and nobody” because he wants them to understand that she went above everyone else’s expectation of her by breaking her addiction (128). No one and nothing would reward her for breaking it, but she did it anyway. Mrs. Dubose knows that her addiction “wasn’t all right” (127). Jem and Scout learn from Mrs. Dubose that although she may seem like a grumpy old lady, but in reality they see she show a strong dedication towards the high
The communication in fact escalated the conflict as Judith left and faced consequences as explained earlier. The other conflict I will be discussing is the internal conflict or the correct term being the intrapersonal conflict that Judith had with herself. This happened after she left her husband and went with Harley and got contracted with HIV. This conflict reached the stalemate/ hurting period and stayed there because she regretted what she did and it was evident that the conflict stayed at that period because years after she was still telling the story thus regretting the actions she took having to suffer such harsh consequences. This conflict with herself was resolved well because I felt she accepted her mistake and some conflicts are meant to stay at the hurting period as I learnt and I am seeing that evident here.
Not only does her fate affect only her, but Haimon, the Queen, Creon and Ismene. In many Greek tragedies, there can be multiple characters who could potentially be the tragic hero. In the play Antigone, Antigone is definitely the tragic hero, although other readers may say Creon is. The component of a tragic hero is vital for a Greek tragedy to be a Greek tragedy, otherwise, the play would be a comedy. However, not matter whether a play is a tragedy or a comedy, fate always prevails in the