During The Royal Rascal’s premier, Don was asked about his relationship with Lina. He then tells the crowd an exaggerated story of the rise of his stardom but a little information about him and Lina. Moreover, the story he tells is different from the scenes that he pictures in his mind. As she was passing by, Kathy Selden suddenly jumped into Don who was running from his fans after his little scene back in in his premier. Later that night, Don and the head of the studio, R.F Simson were present in a party where Kathy Selden appeared in a mock cake and turned out to be a chorus girl.
And the whole of the effort of merging and flowing and creating rested on her” (Woolf 70). Mrs. Ramsay’s comment demonstrates her artist desire to fix and perfect her artwork. It was up to Mrs. Ramsay to correct the flaws of her artwork by connecting all of her guests together by using her overwhelming charisma. For the remaining time of the dinner party, the guests dedicate most of their attention on Mrs. Ramsay and at the same time, Mrs. Ramsay pays most of her attention to pleasing her guests. For example, Mrs. Ramsay indirectly forces Lily Briscoe to strike conversation with Mr. Tansley after she notices he is clearly uncomfortable.
Right after a hurricane warning was issued at the Glades, all the townsfolk gather at Tea Cake’s house and prepare for a feast. Janie cooks the meal, just like she did in Eatonville, but in this case, Tea Cake stays with her and encourages her by praising her young looks. Though Janie cooks and stays in the house, she is not rangebound like she is in Eatonville. Home cooked fresh beans along with other drinks and nibbles are served and everyone has a ebullient and mirthful evening. This meal is truly exemplary of communion because everyone, including Janie takes part in the evening, is comfortable with each other, and has a good time together.
The very beginning where the “bad girls” were in the woods figuratively sets the stage. This scene is considered a spark for the remainder of the play. Parris was telling Abigail that he saw girls dancing (which is not allowed in Salem), naked running through the woods, and Tituba conjuring spells over the fire. This scene symbolizes their want and desire. For Abigail, her desire is referring to her sexual longing for Proctor.
Sweet Charity debuted in 1969, the plot is about a woman who long for love, but she has bad luck finding a decent man. She finally meets the man of her dreams and he refuses to marry her due to her profession. During rehearsal for Sweet Charity, Fosse directed the female dance to be alluring by facing their chin downward and teasing the audience with their eyes. The most famous musical number in Sweet Charity was “Big Spender”. The piece was inspired by burlesque movements.
Even though Shelley and Huxley were two completely different genders, they were still huge criticizers of the society that surrounded them. They both lived during very patriarchal times and successfully mocked that part of society in their writing. Mary Shelley had even gone as far as to publishing Frankenstein without her name on it. In her age, it was wild for a woman to be so intelligent and have the capability to write a novel like this. If she had published it under her name, who knows if the novel would have been as successful as it is.
Armand never knew Desiree’s origin, therefore when the conflict arose he instantly blamed it all on Desiree. He hardly knew Desiree, yet he married her anyway and had a son. Another literary device that is used in “Desiree’s Baby” is situational and dramatic irony. For example, like Jeniffer Smith states in Short Stories for Students that “ Several critics of “Desiree’s Baby” have charged that the ending is a trick ending, or an O. Henry ending, so-named after the short story writer famous for the reversals that came at the end of his stories”(Smith 73). Chopin is well known for using these endings in her stories.
Myrtle grasps the fact that George is not “good enough for her” when she acknowledged that he borrowed somebody else’s best suit to get married in. This associates with her first meeting with Tom later on in this chapter where she was focused completely on his clothing. Myrtle’s judgments about men are highly superficial &
Choose a theme and center everything you do around it. For example you could do an Italian theme, you could eat spaghetti, have gelato for dessert and watch Lady and the Tramp. If you wanted to do a Breakfast night, you could eat breakfast food for dinner, require that everyone arrive to dinner int their pajamas. You could have dinner in bed, or serve dinner as "breakfast in bed" You can really get creative and make up some fun theme nights. Some other fun theme ideas: Asian, Christmas, Mexican, or Halloween.
We roll up to the competition and we get out. As she rolls me to the competition I can tell she’s nervous but we’ll get over it we always do. I sit up straight as she unzips my big pocket and sets up next to our friends. Zosia, Naomi, and Gillian are talking while me and the Dream duffles are talking. As the day goes on she dances and dances.