Hitler’s mother supported Hitler’s every choice so Hitler decided to apply for the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna but was rejected twice, resulting him to being jobless (Kubizek 61-62). Hitler and his only friend, Kubizek, always walked along Landstrasse where Hitler fell in love with a girl named Stefanie Isak. His love for Stephanie lasted for four years, from 1905 to 1909, and even though he never spoke to her, he believed that she loved him too since she had once given him a smile with a flower from her bouquet. Unfortunately, in 1908 Stephanie was engaged to Maximilian Rabatsch leaving Hitler upset and heartbroken (Kubizek
Dorothy realizes that the situation is dangerous and unwise to continue and tells Pat they should call it quits. Then, the night before the show opens, Dorothy breaks her ankle and is unable to take the stage. The director almost calls it quits, but one of the actresses suggests using Peggy in Dorothy’s place. The show goes on and Peggy is a hit. Similar to 42nd Street, Gold Diggers of 1933 focuses on the theatre business.
And when life seemed unbearable, I learned to live in my imagination, and to step inside other people's skins- indispensable abilities for an actress.” (Lucille Ball) Lucille Ball did what we all thought was impossible, she did what nobody expected her to even imagine. She did everything we thought was unachievable without batting an eyelid. Lucille Ball, the woman who changed the world of comedy forever. Lucille’s childlife was definitely less than ideal; she was born August 6, 1911 in Jamestown, New York. Her father died when she was three, and her mother remarried not to
Willa Cather writes, "…Tiny Soderball was to lead the most adventurous life and achieve the most solid worldly success" (142). This quote once again expresses the theme of human spirit triumphs over adversity because Tiny was only a young hired girl at first who just wanted to help provide for her family, but later grew successfully despite the poor
In my early years, Disney was my only media source. I viewed the world through their scope: Disneyland was a dream destination (as advertised), and all the princes and princesses are heroic. Parents think that Disney’s morality is a good way to educate children:
Romeo and Juliet, what a vile love story, that leads to the death of four main characters in a play that only lasted seven days. Romeo, Tybalt, and Paris all loved Juliet to the heart but Juliet knew which one was more important and which one could fade. They each had a different kind of love towards Juliet, but we find out whose love was here to stay as the others passed away. During the entire seven days, this story went down, many events happened to make Romeo (Juliet worst family enemy) to her husband, with the help of there trusty adult friends Friar Lawrence and the Nurse to help them make their choices; which sometimes isn't really the best choice for that scenario. Romeo was the first character to express his kind of love for
It is said from the beginning to stay away from her because only bad circumstances will come out of it. Curley’s wife was talking to Lennie how her life could have been a lot better; “I tell ya I could of went with shows” (Steinbeck 78). Not much before she married Lennie, Curley’s wife could have been an actress and lived a very rich and successful life. There was a guy in the shows that told Curley’s wife that she is an amazing actress and could be in the shows. She never gets a letter from the guy in the shows so she ends up marrying Curley; “I couldn’t get nowhere or make nothin of myself… so I married Curley” (Steinbeck 88).
Marion Anderson was one of the greatest contralto singers of the 20th century and the first African-American to perform at the Metropolitan Opera in 1955. However, years before she was able to perform at the MET, Marion has faced challenges and oppositions from people who were against her performances, because of the colour of her skin, with Eleanor Roosevelt being one of the few people, expressing her disgrace with a certain ban put on Marion’s performance. Eleanor Roosevelt and Marion Anderson met in 1935 when she was invited to perform at the White House, by that time Anderson was already very popular in Europe and focused on performances in the United States. From 1936, she would annually perform at different venues with the aim of benefiting the Howard University School of Music in Washington, DC and the extent of its success meant that larger venues had to be found. There was no issue until in 1939 when a request to the Constitution Hall, headed by the Daughters of American Revolution(DAR), was made.
Butterfly Rose Oldham was born on the 19th of October, 1998. In 2007, her husband, Maurice died as a result of massive blood clot. There was rumors that the reason for their separation was because of her career in the film industry. She started her career in the film industry in 1994 and five years later saw her divorced. No reason for the divorce was given but according to her, it was a fight that was necessary.
The Character Development of Juliet Romeo and Juliet is a story that only spams the course of four days, however the protagonist Juliet goes through so much change. In this essay I’ll be focusing on how her character develops during the pay. When we are first introduced to Juliet she is quiet, obedient, innocent and deferent. In act 1 scene 3, her mother questions her about her view on marriage, she answers, “I’ll look to like, if looking liking move.” This suggests that she is immature because she had a childish conception of love (one can’t simply try to love). However even though she doesn’t seem very interested she still makes an effort, which emphasises how obedient she is.
Her instructor there, Cindy Bradley, was also amazed. She could put Misty into any position and she could do it with ease. After dancing at the Boys and Girls Club, Sylvia divorced and remarried again. The Copelands moved to a house that was thirteen miles away from the studio. Her mother told her that she “had to quit dance” because she couldn’t keep coming home late at night.
They took her to see Meredith, not knowing anything about her. Lisa told her years later that she had another sister and that her father had abandoned her when she was only two years old. The old good times of getting high with each other became the last things that they would do together. The fighting became so bad that Liz and Lisa had to lock themselves in their bedrooms. Leonard was the new friend of Ma’s around the house.
The Family decided that Phillis Wheatley would accompany him on the trip. They had a special Reason. American printers had refused to publish the writings of a slave girl so Nathaniel Wheatley took Phillis to London to publish her book. She gave birth to 3 children her third son Died in 1748.she died soon after on December 7, 1784. Although Phillis Wheatley’s five books Were ignored for years after her death and often dismissed as being too sentimental and patriotic Today her work is given the special honor it deserves.
In 1940, Jane and I were married. Together we had two children Maureen and Christine but sadly Christine only lived one day and adopted a son Michael. After many arguments, Jane filed for divorced and because of difference in politics at the time I was still a democrat and she was a republican. When the divorce was filed I started
They aint got nothing to look ahead to.” (Steinbeck 13-14) Similarly, Curley’s wife dreams of becoming a movie star. "I tell you I ain 't used to livin ' like this. I coulda made somethin ' of myself." (Steinbeck 88) For so long, she had desired to make her own path and become something much more than a rancher’s wife. “Coulda been in the movies, an’ had nice clothes—all them nice clothes like they wear.” (Steinbeck 89) However, just like George, she finally fathoms the elusiveness of her dream and decides to settle and marry Curley.