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    Coco Chanel's Motivation

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    dresses that were currently all the rage in European countries, American women wanted to feel liberated and at ease. Garelick (2014) explains, “Chanel regained her footing by relying on her signature ability to marry simplicity and beauty” (p. 383). The Chanel reflected that desire perfectly and Coco found herself back in the fashion world full-force. Once it was clear that America was interested in her clothes, France once again embraced Chanel as a lifestyle after a fourteen year-long absence. Once back into the studio, Chanel shifted her leadership style into a strong Alpha Female type, where she became incredibly domineering and severe. During her long life of familial disconnections, loss of intimate relationships (especially with Boy Capel), nearly losing her ownership to Werthheimers, and struggling to be accepted back into Parisian society, Chanel became bitter and hardened. While she has grudgingly accepted that she was never able to marry happily, never able to conceive children, and was never accepted into high class back when she was much younger, she took out all of her frustrations into her work. As an alpha female leader, Chanel became someone “who makes things happen rather than stand back and let things happen” (Prentice, 2013, p. 6). In the early years, Chanel was able to create and watch the results appear. Now, she needed to make the results forcibly emerge at that moment. As Garelick (2014) explains Chanel’s position in the fashion world, “Her frequent…

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    Imagine being handcuffed, to demonstrate a magic trick, by a man you thought you trusted and in a blink of an eye his intentions change and you end up with a rope around your throat. This was what John Wayne Gacy did to his many victims. John Wayne Gacy seemed to be a respected business man with many friends in high places, but his life would be an open book after his last murder of a boy by the name of Robert Piest. Wounded by his childhood, Gacy was taught to hide unusual yearning for the…

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    Definition Of Heroes Essay

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    Who Are Hero’s? Gunfire rings out through the quiet community at dusk; bullets riddle the air, flying towards an innocent boy perched on his mother’s porch. As a result, the serene atmosphere the boy enjoyed had been interrupted by discomfort as a bullet pierced his meager body. Of course, this young man needs some heroes, not ones who flutter through the sky, or ones with super strength, but everyday heroes who help us each day. His heroes show up. His mother rushes to the side of her precious…

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    “Faxelange” by Marquis de Sade, to the much more recent short story “Boys and Girls” by Alice Munro, the body is depicted in a profound and distinctive way. These stories show a trend in how society has viewed genders over the past few hundred years, as well as the evolution in the role that each gender “should” embrace. Thus, males and females have been seen as polar opposites of each other, as well as being seen as extremely comparable. Gender…

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    The amount and type of light present in the story is directly related to the perceived potential for happiness. As a young boy, before seeing death for the first time, Carson found the most comfort during “afternoons in the barn … when the light was at it’s apex” (Rash 15). This light bathes the barn in gold and symbolizes pure contentment. Nothing was blocking the light, or good, in Carson’s life. This changed later in his life. While at war in Korea, he relied on the stars for reminders of…

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    Equality Different People have different interpretation and assumption as to whether it is more important to educate girls or boys. People believe that the education of boys is more significant than that of the girls. Some say that female belongs in the home at the same time male goes out to work, it has drive a lot of women more determined about what they can accomplish from life. Girls are likely to study there academic courses, which can put into use for greater eligibility in…

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    talking with this young boy about basketball. Vincent loves basketball, specifically Stephen Curry and the Warriors. At one point, I heard say, “Dude right! Stephen is a beast!” The boy agreed with excitement. At some point I heard them talking about shoes, the boy needed some. He was probably about Vincent’s age. The both rummage through the center for some shoes the boy could fit. They began talking about Stephen Curry’s new shoes, the boy said he really wanted them for his birthday in July.…

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    end, detached from its neighbours in a square ground” (Joyce). The house was set apart from the other houses. This house symbolizes the boy set apart from his friends who were not yet experiencing feelings like he was toward Mangan’s sister. He was also being raised…

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    not occurred in any drastic form. If anything, male traits and masculinity degraded into a beast that no one wants, attacking in mass numbers, claiming lives through violence, being the onset of mental illnesses. We are faced with an epidemic many choose to ignore since it affects nearly every man and boy. If we were to continue on this path, shocking and extreme events would result, increasing the severity of this issue. While females should continue on the path to equality, males need to…

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    actions that suggest future events. The story, “A Dance with Alison,” Pritchard uses foreshadowing to predict a possible event in the future. In the opening paragraphs, the girls says, “I think it was my own reversal from light to dark from stroking along the shimmering surface of lakes to diving below, looking for mossed, gavelike objects” (Pritchard). Pritchard uses the word grave like to hint at a possible death in the near future. At the end of the story, Alison dies, and the girl is…

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