She cannot pass for white or “other” and lives with two other women. Although being related to Gloria she works as her maid and helps clean her messes, both literally and metaphorically. Vera wants to be a successful actress but because of her skin color, it is difficult. Her only big break is when she plays the slave Tilly in The Belle of New Orleans. She was nominated for an Academy award for best supporting actress, making her the first African American woman to receive the honor.
Another example would be when Holden feels sad and lonesome.The last example is when Holden has thoughts of suicide. Holden feels guilty because he doesn’t understand anything that is around him. For example Holden says “Sex is something I just don't understand wear to God I don't.” (Holden 34) One of things that Holden really didn’t understand was sex. Holden never understood anything about it or what he had to do. Honden says “But the worst part was that you could tell they all wanted to go to the movies.
She also wrote the soundtrack “I Will Always Love You”, which became the best-selling song in history, which earned her a Grammy award. According to Forbes Magazine Whitney was the third highest earning female entertainer from 1993-1994. Premiere magazine named her one of its “100 Most Powerful People in Hollywood.” Whitney’s popularity died down in the late 1990’s after that she spent the end of the 2000’s working on a new Album. In 2009 she made a modest comeback with her “I Look To You”
Her most successful role to date was as Erin Hardesty in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003). This part got her nominated for the 2004 MTV Movie Award for Breakthrough Female Performance and a Saturn Award for Best Actress 2004, although she didn’t win either of them. She’s appeared in a number of films,
This shows that he couldn’t accept the fact that he was unsuccessful in living up to his scientifically predetermined potential. He felt invaluable and as a result this caused him to attempt to commit suicide. John attempts to stop World State by throwing out Soma. In Brave New World, soma was used by people to prevent people from facing social problems. Therefore, the
At the conclusion of the book Larsen suffers grave consquences due to mistreatment if his crew. Any government that chooses to use the weapon of fear may achieve great results at first but it will not last long if it is overused. London’s story showed that fear can be powerful but the results of the use of fear are only
She is an amazing actress, comedian, singer but she wanted more, she had a passion for directing and when she did direct her first film “Yentl” it was a huge hit and yet she was not given as much respect during filming as a man would. At that time there were very few women directors in hollywood, also actors had very few opportunities to make there own films. Over the years Barbra has had a huge impact on society and the whole aspect and vibe of hollywood she is an inspiration to many including me and many others with her impacts
He was offered a crown three times and he did not accept it each time. This made him look like a non-ambitious leader and he wanted to show modesty as he was not king. The conspirators saw this and began to think that Caesar would gain too much power and ruin Rome. So the conspirators then made a plan to kill Caesar, but Caesar was very suspicious of Cassius and said “Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look. He thinks too much.
Returning a year later, she was cast as the perfect Holly-Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961). Audrey received her fourth Oscar nod for Best Actress in that film (she was also nominated for Sabrina and 1959’s A Nun’s Story). Audrey had a beautiful singing voice, but wasn’t used in the musical My Fair Lady (1964). “It should have been Julie Andrews! In fact, I told my agents I didn’t want to do it, because it should be her.” (Hepburn) Many criticized her for taking a role that was considered to be wrong for her, but right for Julie Andrews, since she was already a star on Broadway.
He says with a little surprise or twist to the plot: “I have no spur To prick the sides of my intent, but only Vaulting ambition, which o'erleaps itself And falls on the other (1.7.25-28).” Macbeth is just so ambitious for his power of the throne that he will do anything to get it even, if he knows it's morally wrong and goes against everyone else. Macbeth's greed and ambition is overwhelming him, and it's clouding his real thoughts that he used to have as a normal person before he had the chance to become so powerful, his greed and ambition will be the end of him. Being already so ambitious and greedy for his throne of power, he goes to far lengths to get what he wants, and then after he has what he wants, the power then takes him over and he not only becomes worse, and abuses the power, he starts to frighten his own wife, the person who got him going on becoming the king. Macbeth after
Outer beauty, obviously, cannot define a person for who they are. That type of beauty is temporary and easily forgotten, but what is etched in the minds of those willing to truly see beauty is the inner appearance. Cameron’s beauty in high school was held within herself. After school is when her outer beauty was truly revealed, and when Neely realized how beautiful she was inside and out. Cameron, even though she wasn’t competing with Screamer, outdid her in every way; especially when it came to her outward appearance
Even those that were once close to him, he has pushed to the side as just another subject and could care less about what happens to them as long as he remains king. Along this journey of Macbeth 's, any morals he once had were lost along the way, leaving him an evil and cruel person. In the end, Macbeth didn 't restore his nobility and has lost all of his moral
They move to Los Angeles in order to achieve their dreams, but eventually get caught in the middle of all the drama. This book is said to reveal the truth about being famous; but fails to do so. To start, the writing in this book is not well developed. There are many