Canterbury Tales Paper: Prologue/Character Sketch: There are many experiences that seem crucial to life, Like schooling and marriage, and times of great plight, But cheerleading competitions belong too on that list, With their flips and their tricks that you don’t want to miss, See gravity defied! Weightless girls- flying high! It’s a unique experience, you can’t deny, With music and crowds that normal moms hate, But Donna Gale is not normal- at least, not of late. She herded her daughter through the security lines, Paid the admission and all of her fines, Jostled her way into the loud, crowded room, And taking joy in the breathing of thick hairspray fumes. All around her were cheerleaders, in short, skimpy skirts, Music playing so loud that it made her ears hurt, Bleached-blondes in ponytails, bows high in their hair, And people so fake that you couldn’t help but stare.
Throughout the book Roll of Thunder Hear my Cry, this 9-year-old wild child with the name of Cassie Logan keeps catching my eye. She always stands up for what she believes and even if she knows she 's wrong, she still fights for it. Her courage shows and brings attention to white people that its not fare. She doesn 't understand why she gets treated this way. Cassie is a crazy loving girl.
Caty, the main character, is faced with several difficult situations where she decides to conform with her high school peers getting her in trouble that becomes hard for her to escape. Caty begins the movie with a real genuine friendship with Janis and Damien, two individuals who struggled with popularity because they were considered the “outside” group. However, the popular girls, infamously called the “Plastics” try to recruit Caty into their popular group, but only because she is considered one of the prettier girls in the school. The ring leader, Regina George, of the Plastics is the most popular girl in school who is really hated by alot of peers because of her horrible attitude and how she
The sad woman, Hester, commences to watch her delightful child grow each day; and each day she grows more beautiful, more intelligent than the last (Hawthorne 41). However, as we begin to see more of Pearl, it is obvious that the little gem has inherited all of Hester’s main characteristics: her moodiness, her passion, her defiance, and her constant mischief. Although Hesther sees Pearl as the best thing that has ever happened to her, she begins to worry about the little girl. This sparks the everlasting conflict between Pearl and the Puritan
The Royal Rumble is meant to be won, by someone everybody looks upon to, someone that isn’t afraid of anyone, someone so royal that neither of these ladies are capable of touching them. Someone whose born to be more than just an ordinary girl, like all of you and the rest of the women in the locker room, and that woman is me!” She turned to the entrance way, as her anger still seeable, her crimson lips priced through as the microphone as she continued on. “Each and every single one of you ladies claim that you are the best, and that you can tear the house down at any given moment of the day, I dare you top step up right now and face me right here in this ring.” She waited fro someone to answer the challenge until she shrugged. “That’s what I thought. These are the people who your little kids look up too, who adults strive to be, but they need to realise that these ladies are all talk and no
Her inflated ego often leads her into beating up the comic’s title character. Lucy has often stated that she is beautiful and brilliant. She is innovative when it comes to her ‘psychiatric office’ and often takes money from Charlie without giving him great advice. She often raises her voice to get her point across, and at one point she states, “Everyone is entitled to my opinion.” When she does not get her way,
She describes herself as a “princess” Claire puts on a façade and comes off as quite a brat in saying things as, “Do you know how popular I am? I am so popular. Everybody loves me so much at this school.” or “Excuse me, sir. I think there's been a mistake. I know we're in detention but I don't think I belong here”.
Lucille Ball made every person laugh, and she spread happiness around like a wildfire. She made a huge impact on the world, she was a hard working woman who stopped at nothing to achieve her goals. “I don't suppose that hard work, discipline, and a perfectionist attitude toward my work did me any harm. They are a big part of my makeup today, as any of my co-workers will tell you. And when life seemed unbearable, I learned to live in my imagination, and to step inside other people's skins- indispensable abilities for an actress.” (Lucille Ball) Lucille Ball did what we all thought was impossible, she did what nobody expected her to even imagine.
We both share the same view of the world, are viewed by the world in similar ways and I would respond in a comparable way to the central conflict of the novel. Therefore, I believe given the chance, we could be friends. The strong teenage girl Kenisha Lewis views the world as though it is a movie and she is waiting for the director to tell her cut and start over but it doesn 't turn out to be that way. She views the world like this due to all of the drama she goes through at school, such as, she gets bullied at school a lot because of the boy she used to date named La 'von he is a basketball player at her school Hazlehurst and he has a reputation
They guide her around the school and and inform her about the “groups” and “cliques” in the school ranging from jocks to mathletes, she especially points out one group in particular, “The Plastics”. They inform her that the “The Plastics” consist of three mean popular girls, starting with Regina George (Rachel McAdams) being the head of the trio who is manipulative, backstabbing and the main antagonist in the film. Gretchen Wieners (Lacey Chabert) and Karen Smith (Amanda Seyfried) Regina’s two best friends, all who are admired and treated with high