Overall, Grace can characterized as someone who has gotten used to doing things on her own because she didn’t have a reliable man figures. Due her experiences, she has trust and attachment issue. Although she has a thing with Carl, there is no commitment expressed between both of them. Grace character shows the audience how women are able to support themselves without the reliance to a man. Although it was expressed that the only thing women were supposed to do is take care of her family, while being dependent on the husband, Grace illustrate how women don’t require anyone, but themselves and can’t be labeled to do one thing.
The plague eventually broke out and St. Catherine went around nursing patients, bringing food and clothing, and burying the dead (Glavich 50). At 21, she believed she was given a ring of Jesus’ skin, which was invisible. It symbolized that she was married to Jesus. At 23, St. Catherine became a well-known, spiritual guide for priests, religious, and laity. Saint Catherine then became traveling for work.
Biography 1: Sarah Grimke was a white woman who lived in South Carolina from 1792-1873. She came from a family that was wealthy and slave owners. She was educated privately and was expected to play a high class woman in the Charleston society. After her father's death she moved to philadelphia and ended up becoming a Quaker. Sarah Grimke was the first woman to speak out against slavery and the equality of men and women.
Hurricane Grace was a category 2 hurricane that was short lived in 1991. It emerged from a cold front that left the East coast of the United States. On October 28th a extratropical cyclone progressed along a cold front to the East of Nova Scotia. On Oct 27th, Hurricane Grace developed from a pre existing subtropical storm and was originally moving northeastward, had made a turn and headed east. Hurricane Grace was drifted upwards by its cold front into a warm zone of circulation of the deep cyclone on Oct 29th.
She is making a quilt called Tree of Paradise, which she is going to make it with the cloths she collected like Mary Whitney’s petticoat, Nancy’s white dress and her dress in prison. This is weird that Grace used Nancy’s dress because there was a big possibility that Grace killed Nancy or she helped McDermott to kill Nancy, if not she should hate Nancy, because Nancy treated Grace bad. It is reasonable if Grace makes a quilt with her dress and Mary’s, but not with Nancy’s normally. If I am Grace, I would not put my best friend and the person I hate. However, Mary said Nancy was staying with her and they were good friends, also Mary was in Grace’s body.
His last major musical film was Finian’s Rainbow (1968) which ended up falling short at the box office (thefamouspeople.com), much like Kelly’s would at the end of his career as well. However, the start of Kelly’s career grew slowly but steadily, beginning his broadway debut much later than Astaire with a small dancing role in Leave It To Me (1938), which led to a spot in One for the Money (1939), then a summer-stock job as choreographer, into auditions and choreography commissions, and eventually to his biggest break as an actor: Pal Joey (1940) (Library of Congress). Next up, Gene would make his film debut in For Me and My Gal in 1942 (Library of Congress). On The Town (1949), An American in Paris (1951), and of course Singin’ in the Rain (1952) would one day become staples of both his career, and within the world of movie musicals as a whole. Yet, as stated above, his last film appearance in 1980, Xanadu, proved to be a box-office dud as well; however, it would prove to be a cult classic decades later
However Kathrine wasn’t the only person to shine on the big screen. The supporting characters of Dorothy Vaughen (Octavia Spencer) and Mary Jackman (Janelle Monáe) bring a light heartedness to the film that offsets the serious problems discussed. This mix of seriousness, ambition and laughter plays an important role in this movie becoming a crowd
The film Grease (1978), is a musical comedy directed by Randal Kleiser. This film starred John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, Stockard Channing, Jeff, Conaway, and Didi Con. The plot revolves around a group of teenagers returning to school for their senior year in 1958. The group consists of two gangs: the boys are the T-birds, and the girls are the Pink Ladies. The leader of the T-birds is Danny Zuko, and over the summer, he meets a girl from Australia named Sandy Olsson.