Though when she discovers that new girl Erin Hewitt and outsider Ivy Proctor are on the nomination list she isn’t happy. She and her partner Samantha go to work on digging up information about Erin. They discover that she is related to their principal who already hates Alexandra for some unknown reason as well as that Erin was homecoming queen at her old school. in order to take them both down she decides to drop out of the race temporarily and to fully indorse Ivy. She buys ivy new clothes and gives her a false sense of security by acting like she is her only friend.
All of the main female characters, despite being in subordinate positions, repeatedly end up saving the day (Betty carrying off the birthday party despite Don’s absence, Peggy coming up with the good ideas at the Lipstick meeting, Joan running the office, Trudy getting the money to buy the apartment). In the first season of Mad Men, the creator does a good job of foreshadowing the internal struggle that will carry through the seasons for both Joan and Peggy. They both stand apart from the other women working at Sterling Cooper in that they are both very bright and very ambitious, for instance, when Peggy sees some of the women on staff crying in the washroom and decides to be strong and not do the
Usually, the Sinclairs like to own expensive and beautiful possessions, but she feels that is not her anymore. She purposely gives away her valuables just to be different from her family. Also, she gets angry by the fact that her mother only buys expensive objects because she has the money and power. She abhors her mother’s concept and starts to become distant from her. Later on, the family wants Gat and Candence to split up, so she decides to “stand up against” her mother and grandfather and burn the Clairmont house (pg.181).
She wants to use the insurance money for her college education but because Walter loses the money she loses her dream. Her dream was corrosive because her demand for the money also caused a lot of anger and hate towards her brother. At the end of the story, Beneatha’s determination to receive financial aid has led to a lot of fights with her brother including when he lost it, but even though she lost it towards the end of the story, she has possibly set her mind for a new goal. We can see this in the text “(Beneath dropping to her knees) Well – I do – all right? – thank everybody!
Anyways Alice writes in a diary about all her problems, for example she writes about her fears, worries about a lot of things especially about her crush Roger and her weight that she has gain, she also talks about she uncomfortable a lot, so she 's depressed. The story really starts when Alice 's dad a college professor accepts a job somewhere else so her whole family has to move to a different area. Moving to a new wasn 't such a bad idea for Alice and her family since they get a fresh start, which makes Alice happy. Once, Alice moved to a new town she acually found it difficult because she has to go to a new school and it was hard for her to meet new people. The first person Alice meet was obviously her new neighbor who is Beth.
Despite the anguish she felt, Daisy followed through with the wedding, because she knew that it meant she would gain more wealth, and power. The night before her wedding day, she receives a letter from Jay Gatsby, the man she presumably loved. His letter is enough to tear her to pieces, and almost enough to change the course of her life. She then allows herself to wallow in sadness and alcohol, so much so that she reveals her true emotions, and breaks her expensive pearls, regardless of the prosperity and wealth they represented: “Here, deares." She groped around in a waste-basket she had with her on the bed and pulled out the string of pearls.
The author writes with cyclical elements to show that mothers and daughters may be more alike than they may seem The theme of Marriage and Divorce is cyclical because two of the daughters get divorced, and one has great deal of problems in her marriage. In The Joy Luck Club, the daughters start learning how to stand up for themselves to their partners. Rose Hsu Jordan finally tells her soon to be ex-husband that she wants their old house, and she is willing to fight for herself (Tan 196). Lena St. Clair tells her husband Harold that she isn’t happy with their marriage (Tan 164). The daughters don’t think their mothers have substantial advice to give them about their relationship issues, but they realize their mothers are wiser than they thought.
I find an old classic movie to be very entertaining. The film work was very old fashioned and fascinating to watch. Part B: 1. The main journalists are Walter Burns and his ex-wife Hildy Johnson. Walter is a hard-boiled editor for The Morning Post who learns his ex-wife and former star reporter, Hildegard "Hildy" Johnson, is about to marry bland insurance man Bruce Baldwin and settle down to a quiet life as a wife and mother in Albany, New York.
This brings out the corruption in Gatsby, because he only throws parties and buys fancy clothing to impress Daisy, and, in return, getting Daisy. Daisy, the love of Gatsby, is a woman who lives in East Egg and grew up from a rich family. Daisy is the most corrupt of three characters. This is best exemplified when she makes a promise to wait for Gatsby to come home from war and marry him. While at war, Daisy marries Tom Buchanan, a wealthy man, because money is the only thing that Daisy cares about.
Another common cause of the Great Depression is the combination of overproduction and underconsumption. As a result from isolationism and prices dropping, many businesses were producing too much. Because of the low income, business started to lay off workers. Many business failed and countless were left unemployed. Their supply went up but their demand went down.