In 1914, Carole’s parents divorced, and her mother took the children to Los Angeles. When Carole was only twelve years old, she was spotted by a film director and cast in her first bit part. At that young age, she decided that she was going to be a movie star and began taking acting and dancing lessons. While performing in the Coconut Grove as a young woman, she was discovered once more and given a screen test by Fox Studios. Her early parts
Top 10 Most Beautiful Actresses Born in 1910s 1. Hedy Lamar Hedwig Eva Maria Kiesler who is also known as Hedy Lamar was born on November 9, 1914 in Vienna, Austria. Hedy’s father was a banker. She was captivated by cinema or films although Hedy had a peaceful childhood years. Hedy seeks to be a celebrity and decides to be an actress when she was a teenager.
She got an interview with the administration officer and she was admitted. Grace’s acting led her to the stage, most remarkably in a Broadway debut called The Father. She graduated at age 19 and she had a graduation performance in The Philadelphia Story. She later got the opportunity to be on a television show, being premiered on almost 60 live programs. Seeming as though television wasn’t enough, she later got starred in movies including the following: High Noon, Fourteen Hours, High Society, The swan, The Country Girl, and 7 others.
Her third novel is The Member of the Wedding (1946), which capturers a young girl’s feelings at her brother’s wedding, made a successful Broadway run in 1950-51., and was produced by the young Vic in London in September 2007. McCullers had been meticulously working on the novel, from its inception in 1939 to its publication in 1946. Her “The Vision Shared” is a mixed genre which is a Lyric tragic comedy where the funniness and the grief coexist in the same line. She gave McCullers in her last years a love, nurture, and comfort such as she had never known. She acknowledged the improvisational design of The Member of the Wedding: I must say I did not realize the proper dimensions of this play, the values of the unseen qualities involved, until the work had taken on its own life.
She was a daughter of a Christianized Venetain Jew, Baptiste Bassano, and one of the "foremost musicians" in King Henry V111’s court. After her father died she became a mistress of Lord Hunsdon, the patron of Shakespeare 's theatre company, who was also first cousin of Elizabeth I. After becoming pregnant, she was forced by Lord Hunsdon for "appearance 's sake" to another musician, Alfonso Lanier. She later searched for career advice for her husband from surgeon Simon Foreman, a popular doctor, astrologer, and analyst in Shakespeare 's "theatrical circle" which eventually led to sleeping with him. She became part of Shakespeare 's sonnets by "mixing in Shakespeare 's circle" becoming Hunsdon 's mistress and Foreman 's.
As stated by Keira Stevenson, Dorothy Parker was born the 22nd of August, 1893 and was the fourth and last child (Stevenson). At age four, after the death of Dorothy’s mother, her father remarried a harsh Protestant woman, who she nicknamed “the housekeeper” (Stevenson). As a child, “Dorothy attended a private school…”(Stevenson). Upon her graduation, she moved to New York City in 1911 (Stevenson). Although her aspirations were to be writer,“she played piano at a dance studio to make a living” (Stevenson).
Shakespeare is able to make readers see how deeply in love the couple was though they had only known each other for a short amount of time. Finally, Romeo and Juliet get Friar Laurence to marry them. The only proof of this is Friar Laurence saying, “But come on, inconsistent young man, come with me. I’ll help you with your secret wedding” (2.3.89). The wedding is so extremely rushed that in the play, there is no direct statement that shows that they actually got married.
it is a mixed, tragic, love story that every teen would love as the story resembles them. In the first scene of Romeo and Juliet the narrator state that place where it took was is Verona and told that they were 2 rival semi-kingdoms the Montague, and Capulet. Mutiny sparked and civil were damaged in the battle of 2 rivalry, so the Prince settled things to lessen the bloodshed of the people he organized a tournament where the 2 rivalry settle things to keep the battle off the streets where each of their representative tries to get the royal ring, whoever hooks up the ring wins the tournament, those representative from the Montagues, Mercutio and from the Capulets Tybalts, prince of cats, cousin of Juliet, Montagues wins the match which leaves Tybalt in anger. As the 2 rivals won’t shake of the heat they had clash in the streets which the Prince did not like as he told the 2 they would stain the pleasure of the tournament. Then the Capulet decided to organize a house gathering so that Count Paris can court Juliet.
The Duke, Orsino falls in love with Olivia as soon as he has seen her. Viola falls in love with the Duke immediately. Olivia falls in love with Cesario in the course of her very first interview with him. As soon as Cesario has left, she says to herself- “Even so quickly may one catch the plague.” This love is romantic, intense and passionate. It has nothing to do with reason.
With his sister’s initiation he received a picture of Nina and visited India during the Christmas holiday and both were allowed to meet. He was charmed by her beauty and proposed to marry her. But Nina felt that “she hadn’t felt the spark of instant attraction, a requisite necessary for marriage” (pg.70). She doesn’t readily agree to his proposal and asks six months of time to decide. Finally she gets married to Ananda and the couples spend a few days staying in the Oberoi Hotel.