Alice lived in a house in a suburban area, new railroads were being built just a mile away. She became a doctor’s assistance to a family friend and ended up marrying a doctor. At the age of 21 she had three children. Her Gender impacted her life because she wanted to be a doctor like her husband and go to a medical school, but could not because
Alice Paul, she is an American Suffragist, Feminist, and a women’s rights activist. She fought long and hard for her rights as a woman, and for the other woman in the United States. She is the reason why women can vote. She is the one who fought for all of the rights women have today. If it wasn’t for her women wouldn’t be seen as anything but a cooking and cleaning machine.
It could be presumed that prior to meeting Alice; he hadn’t been exposed to other factors. Alice stirred a huge change in Dewey. Alice’s social concern ‘liberated’ Dewey. Alice influenced Dewey to focus on the problems of men rather than the problems of philosophers. Before their marriage, there had been no mention of ‘democracy’ in his writing.
They lived in Jackson, Mississippi, where Alice worked as black history consultant for a head start program and a writer-in-residence for Jackson State College and Tougaloo College. In 1969 Alice finalized her first novel, The Third Life of Grange Copeland, this same year she had her daughter, Rebecca Grant. In 1977 her marriage with Leventhal ended and she moved to Northern California, where she lives and writes today. Alice’s writing career reached an extremity in 1982 with the publication of her third novel, The Color Purple. The Color Purple, is set in the 1900s and analyzes a female African-American experience through the life and endeavors of its narrator, Celie.
Alex said “look, you seem like a really kind person and i'm not what you call a ‘nice’ guy Anna.” She explained how she understood but she still wanted to be friends. Alex didn’t want to be just friends but he knew that if his world and her world collided it would be a catastrophe. Although his heart intended to be more than friends he didn't wanna hurt her for some reason he didn’t know
Alice walks through the hallway her long blonde hair flowing in the wind, the sun blaring on her baby blue eyes. She walks around only to spot a rabbit with a gold pocket watch. She becomes curious and she chases the rabbit in her long white dress and her tall high heels. As she chases the rabbit she hears the rabbit mumble something “I’m late, I’m late for a very important date” the rabbit says as he jumps into his rabbit hole. As Alice see’s the rabbit jump into his whole she tries to stop but her heel breaks.
In the present essay/reflection, the work of Selinger and Shohamy (1989) and the movie of Alice in Wonderland (1951), based on the book of Lewis Caroll (1865), are carefully observed in order to find certain connections the movie has with the preparatory stages of research according to my perspective. The first connection is at the beginning of the movie when Alice sees the rabbit with a watch running fast for the reason that he is late. Alice says that situation is curious, so she wants to know what would a rabbit be late. This can be related to what Selinger and Shohamy (1989) say about the importance of being curious about what surrounds us and make questions about it with the intention of answering them. Although, after chasing the rabbit for a while, Alice thinks that sometimes “curiosity leads to trouble”.