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    Carrie Bickmore

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    Personal life and childhood Carrie Bickmore was born 3d of December 1980 in Adelaide, Australia. Carrie was the only child of loving and loyal parents Brian L. Bickmore and Jennie Bickmore-brand. In her early years Carrie and her family had moved to Perth. She had attended an Anglican girl’s school and studied journalism at Curtin University of technology and graduated in 2000. In 2005 Carrie had married Greg Lange and gave birth to Oliver in 2007. Greg had died in 2010 from brain cancer. After her husband’s death he had taken a leave from all jobs. She hadn’t appeared on television for several months. On March 18th 2015 she gave birth to her second child with her partner Chris walker. Career Carrie started her career as a newsreader for 92.9FM in Perth where she was needed as an emergency fill in for a sick co-worker. After this…

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    Carrie Movie Comparison

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    In 2013, Kimberley Pierce directed a remake of Brian De Palma’s horror film classic Carrie. The arrangement stays the same, but by using a little modernization, additional character development, and new scenes here and there, Peirce essentially reinvents the same familiarity while making the film her own. Pierce jettisons the focus off of Carrie’s tumultuous relationship with her mother and puts a microscope on Carrie’s desire to fit in. While Brian De Palma’s version focuses on the sexual…

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    of the lavish stores, hotels, and houses lead Carrie to fall…

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    Stephen King Carrie

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    Carrie is a book by Stephen King and the book was banned because it was a violent, and had a sexual themes in parts of the book. Carrie is a just teenage girl and is trying to get by in school. She has these telekinetic powers and she barely found out about it. She does not know how to control her powers. There was an incident when she was little, she cause a rain storm to occur when it was sunny. The sad part about her life is that she has this psychopath mother who hurts and abuse Carrie…

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    using the ‘male gaze’ and punishing women for any kind of sexuality. Brian de Palma’s 1976 film adaption of Stephen King’s novel Carrie is no different. Although marketed to young women, Carrie is fraught with female objectification and fetishization with an overall lack of progressive female characters. It would seem having a female protagonist as…

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    Quotes From Sister Carrie

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    Character analysis In the book Sister Carrie by Theodore Dreiser, you can see Carrie grow all through out the book. She goes from being utterly dependent to completely independent and confident. She eventually gets everything she ever wanted, but has no one to share her glory with. Through Carrie the theme is illuminated through her growth, conflicts, and tone to show all you are willing to risk and the changes you see in yourself from achieving the american dream. Carrie is able to grow…

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    Carrie Underwood: American Idol Legacy Could you imagine singing around close to 100 people? Carrie started her career at a very young age. Just when Carrie was three years old she was already singing at local churches around her. Later on she started singing in talent shows. During Carrie’s young teenage years she learned how to play the guitar, and piano. Throughout Carrie Underwood’s life, she has been very successful with the help of her family. Carrie Underwood's successes at a young age…

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    Carrie Fisher was a talented actress, wonderful mother, and inspiration for all. A woman who overcame her problems and showed the world she could do anything she put her mind to, Carrie Fisher had amazing potential. Even though she struggled with drug abuse along with mental disorders, she was an amazing actress and role model because she made women feel powerful and she was an advocate for mental health. Carrie Frances Fisher was born October 21, 1956. She was delivered in Burbank, California…

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    Having won the popular TV superstar singing competition, American Idol, country singer Carrie Underwood has cemented a place in the American music industry as one of the most empowering, feminine, as well as influential women with a multitude of chart-topping songs over the past decade (Paisley, 2014). “Before He Cheats,” is one of her most famous tracks, and promotes messages weaves emotions that resonate with many cheated-on individuals. As a result, “Before He Cheats” reached eighth place on…

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    The article, ”Middle-Of-The-Road Activists Carrie Chapman Catt and the National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War” , written by Linda Schott seeks to address the attempts of Carrie Chapman Catt and her role in women’s suffrage and the peace movement. The analysis of the life of Chapman Catt was very interesting in showing the strong and the low points of her crusade for women’s suffrage and her attempts at the peace movement. It is clear by the article that the author neither was for or…

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