When she was born she had the name of Bessie Lee Pittman. She worked in a beauty school and at a doctor 's office as her jobs. While she was on a trip in Miami, Florida she attended a society dinner. She sat next to Floyd Odlum and after awhile they started to talk together. She married Oldum in 1936.
The Franks originally lived peacefully in Germany, but as the Nazis gained power, they slowly moved to Amsterdam. The father, Otto, previously knew the city, and brought his family with him once he found a place to live (Kniesmeyer 519). Just to avoid confrontation, the Frank family moved from the place they called home their entire lives. Once they moved to Amsterdam, “Anne and Margot quickly adapted themselves to their new life. They learned Dutch and attended the local Montessori school” (Kniesmeyer 519).
When she was 18 she attended the Johns Hopkins Medical school to study psychology (2). After not succeeding in that school she left and went to London with her brother Leo and she began her career as an artist. “Paris was the place Stein quoted in Gertrude Stein 's America”(“Gertrude Stein 1874-1946”2). Many say that her best book that she published in 1909 was Three Lives (2). She produced more than 40
"The Chrysanthemums" revolves around a female character that tends to a garden on a farm with her husband. We soon learn that she is not as happy as she is perceived and that she is not as respected as she would like to be. Elisa is introduced as a strong woman when she is gardening but as the story progresses, we see that her strength is not truly real. Elisa lives in a world where she is secluded and deprived of freedoms due to a society that believes women should play passive roles. As the story develops so does Elisa 's struggle to find her strength and a stronger presence in society.
Coco Chanel Intro Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel known as Coco Chanel is a famous fashion designer who foundered her own company at the age of 27 in 1910. She died in 1971 but her company is still one of the leading high end fashion labels in the world. It is very prestigious and her name will continue to go down in history.
Her first companion, Cathy, is a fleeting friendship in light of the fact that Cathy 's dad soon moves the family away in light of the fact that the area is getting terrible, or as such getting to be more occupied by lower-class Latinos like Esperanza 's gang. Two other young sisters, then again, receive Esperanza into their circle when she chips in cash to help them purchase a bike. Lucy and Rachel help Esperanza contemplate the miracles of growing up by creating rhymes about hips and cat walking around Mango Street in high-heeled shoes. The more experienced children on Mango Street open Esperanza 's eyes to the hardships confronted by minors in unpleasant neighborhoods.
Lena, also known as Mama, wants to buy a house in a white neighborhood; her son Walter wants to invest in a liquor store; and her daughter Beneatha wants to go to medical school. In Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun, gender roles are revealed through the evolving characters inside the Younger family. The play represents strong female characters: the time-honored Mama, the supportive Ruth, and the reformist Beneatha. In The Roof of a Southern Home: A Reimagined and Usable South in Lorraine Hansberry 's a Raisin in the Sun William Murray writes, “Mama is a convincing spokesperson for the family’s Southern history, in large part, because she was familiar and seemed real to audiences while managing to avoid the dominant stereotypes that permeated the culture” (283). Both Mama and Ruth are praised for their devotion to traditional feminine standards with domestic jobs, marriages, and children while Beneatha is defiant
It all started with the line, “I’m craving some ice cream”. This summer I went to the beach for the first time without my family. I guess my mom finally thought I was “mature enough” to go to the beach with her watching my every move. My friend Savannah invited me and a couple other people to go with her on her senior beach trip, since we just had graduated from Florence High School. The group consisted of Mandy, Ashley, Savannah, Savannah’s parents, and I.
Brenda is a college student at Radcliff College in Boston, Massachusetts, spending her summer vacation at her upper-middle-class family 's house. In chapter one you see generational differences from Neil Klugman and Brenda Patimkin and her family. You see that because “Neil asks why she had a nose job. She says her nose was bumpy before, and that now she is prettier”.
She told Today Money that her family is dependent on the father, who works in the oil industry. Since living from one paycheck to the other was not going to cut it, Addison shrugged off the idea of letting her guardians handle the situation. She decided to put up a lemonade stand right at her driveway in Hobbs, New Mexico. Kim Alldred thought Addison’s gesture was a noble one meant for enjoyment. She was, however, surprised when the young girl came home in the evening and gave her $54.
She moved to New York with one of her aunts after she graduated from high school at the age of sixteen. Richmond returned to Baltimore and found a job as a bookkeeper. She then applied for an Assistant Treasurer position with the Baltimore
Gertrude B. Elion born January 23, 1918 was the daughter of immigrant parents from Lithuania. Her father became a dentist after moving to New York where she grew up. Gertrude had an amazing career starting at the very young age of 15 after her grandfather died of cancer. Gertrude wanted to help find a cure for cancer and her grandfather was her main motivation. Attending Hunter College, Gertrude graduate at the very young age of 19 with the highest of honors.
When Mori left Japan, and moved to the States, I feel like she didn’t really care that she was leaving home. She was happy to leave her father and go to a university. I don’t think she felt homesick, but she did bring up things she used to remember doing as a child. A lot of her happy memories she brought up included her mother. If Mori’s mother was still around when she went to college, I think she would’ve felt homesick.
Every time Da-Duh shows her granddaughter something, she would ask if they had anything similar in New York that would even come close to whatever she showed her. When she was told that New York didn’t have anything that could top that comparison, it would make Da-Duh feel like her home and her way of living was the best way to live. Dah-Duh takes the narrator to see the natural resources that Barbados has to offer such as the fruit orchards and sugar canes (nature), while the narrator describes the modern world of New York, with its machines and buildings (industrialism) to her grandmother. The narrator can sense Da-Duh fears the signs of the city