On January 11 1885, a beautiful young girl named Alice Paul was born. Her mother Tacie Paul was one of the first women to attend college. Tacie would have finished but she dropped out and she spent her final year marrying William Paul. William Paul is Alice’s father who is a successful business and community man. Alice loves to read and remembers going to suffrage meetings with her mother when she was young.
Although tragic heroes are meant for the literary world, they can also be applied to reality. For example, Princess Diana(Diana Spencer), is a modern-day tragic hero. She was born Diana Spencer and soon became Lady Diana Spencer when her father inherited the title Earl Spencer. She later married to the British throne, had two children, divorced, started to date Dodi Fayed, then died in a car crash in a tunnel trying to get away from the paparazzi. Diana was born into one of Great Britain’s oldest and most important families-the Spencers-making her an elevated character from the start.
The oldest of four children, Maxine Horner was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1933. After graduating from Booker T. Washington High School in 1951, she received a scholarship to attend Wiley Texas in Marshall, Texas. Due to financial problems, Horner was only able to acquire an associate’s degree in business from Wiley College. Nonetheless, she had her mind set on eventually finishing the last two years of college. Thus, after becoming more financially stable, she enrolled in Langston University as a woman in her fifties to pursue her bachelor’s degree.
She attended the University of Montana and graduated in 1902 where she went on to try working as an elementary school teacher. After realizing she did not want to do this, she went to the New York School of Philanthropy, but she soon realized that she did not enjoy this either. Eight years later she went to the University of Washington, where she joined the state suffrage organization (History). She had many great accomplishments in life and was an important figure during the 1900s. Jeannette Rankin lived during the time of World War I, the 18th Amendment being ratified, the 19th Amendment being ratified, and World War II.
Susan B. Anthony was born on February 15 ,1820 in Adams, MA. She passed on March 13,1906 in Rochester, NY at the age of 86 years old. Susan B. Anthony was a teacher, before she became a leader figure. “She had something on her mind again .She was forever planning one campaign after another temperance abolition , women 's rights and forever thinking , writing speeches and going off on long tours .” She intended to vote . The 14th amendment says it does not matter what gender you are if you are born in the USA you are a citizen then , you have a right to vote.
After living in England for 13 years, Alyss returns home, defeats Queen Redd, and regains her mother’s throne. By changing the story Beddor has made more violent scenes. For example the situations of good vs evil in this book, much describing how good always overcomes evil Redd, Alyss, and Alyssians are great examples for this topic. In this book, one of the characters who shows good always overcomes evil is Redd. “‘Loyal subjects, there is a pretender to the throne in our midst.
Mercy Otis Warren was born in Barnstable, Massachusetts, on September 14, 1728 and was one of thirteen children. At an early age, Mercy developed a keen interest in politics, that only grew stronger as she grew. She was surrounded by political protestants, some including her brother, James Otis, and her husband, James Warren, whom she married November 14, 1754. She was born into the prosperous Cape Cod family and was particularly well off as a child. Although Mercy Otis had no formal schooling, her uncle, the Rev.
Clara Barton was such a great woman in our American history. Clara Barton’s life before the American Red Cross, demonstrates why she started such a great organization. Clarissa Harlowe Barton, born December 25, 1821, in Oxford, Massachusetts was a shy child during her early years. Her shyness affected her life in the later years. By the time she was eight years old, Clara had not made a single friend, so her parents decided to send her to a boarding school.
After a difficult childhood and graduating high school she was accepted into a very prestigious all women's college where she studied government which was extremely rare for a women at that time to major in. Steinem became part of the women's rights movement in the late 1960s. In the many years that Gloria Steinem has been fighting for women's rights she has done many things including, going undercover as a “playboy bunny” to bring to light how the women in this job were were treated. Also in 1972, she helped found the magazine “Ms” which was created because Steinem had realized that the only magazines for women at this time were about how to run a home or take care of a family and she also came to the realization that there were no reading material for women by
Anna March the writer of “Dreams of My Mother” inspires to see women as president some day. March and her grandmother want to fulfill the dreams of millions of women around the world and their own dreams of putting Hilary Clinton in office. The tragic event of March’s grandmother passing away triggers her to conduct an emotional driven text on how a specific race of people failed the country and her grandmother. In her essay “Dreams of My Mother”, Anna March primarily utilizes emotion to influence her readers to sway them towards her thoughts of why Hilary Clinton should have declared a win in the 2016 election and provoke the reader to reflect on their impression of the election. March makes an announced statement in her essay Dreams of My Mother, she uses the most effective rhetorical