Essay An Analysis Of ' The ' Of The Night ' By F. Scott Fitzgerald

1813 Words Oct 9th, 2016 8 Pages
As the applause began to thunder, they stood up hand-in-hand and took a bow. Becca’s smile was soon radiating throughout the audience. Caleb was the first person on his feet clapping with such fervor that he inspired the entire audience into a standing ovation. Becca was half blind from the bright lights shining in her face, but from where Caleb stood she could see him clearly.
Her heart was so full in that moment; she could have stayed right there and been completely happy for the rest of her life. She had danced better than ever before. Her loving family was there to support her, and that of course included Ashley. Caleb, the person who unknowingly owned her heart, was there standing up for her. Today was perfect, and tomorrow would be here too soon.
After the ballet ended, the dancers gathered backstage to congratulate one another on their performances. Becca, along with Sarah Roberts who played Clara, received a beautiful bouquet from Miss Claudine. Becca was overwhelmed by her teacher’s sincere congratulations. Beaming with pride, she thanked everyone for their kind words.
The dancers began to make their way toward the dressing room. Anxious to change out of their costumes and collect their belongings, everyone had friends and family waiting in the lobby.
In the dressing room, Becca hurried into her sweat suit before carefully packing up her costume. Taking a quick peek in the mirror, she applied a thin layer of her coconut lip gloss and smoothed a strand of hair back…

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