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  • Analysis Of Gossip Girl

    young adults have a multitude of differences. Their personalities, sense of fashion, and aspirations in life make for unique and intriguing characters in Gossip Girl. “Upper East Side queens aren’t born at the top, they climb their way up in heels no matter who they have to tread on to do it.” A voice over from the secret Gossip Girl accurately describes Blair Waldorf’s motives for her actions. She is known by her friends as a pro schemer. Blair enjoys sabotaging her competition. She is vindictive and pitiless to those who attempt to take her thrown as Queen Bee. Despite her manipulative ways, Blair Waldorf does have a loving side. When her friends are feeling down or in need of help, she is there for them. For example, when her boyfriend, Chuck Bass, was grieving over his mom, Blair never stopped trying to figuring out who his mom was. She stayed at Chuck’s side through the entire emotionally stressful situation. She knows the best way to go about things from what she has learned from her own battles with relationships, power, and bulimia. Being in charge comes naturally for Blair, having much practice from ordering her minions around. Serena van der Woodsen has an easy going personality. Unlike Blair, Serena does not let what Gossip Girl or anyone says about her affect her. She is outgoing and easy to talk to. With that being said, she gets much of the attention from paparazzi. Well known for her unwavering confidence, Serena does not let what seems impossible get in her…

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  • Gossip Girl Film Analysis

    that follows the lives of Upper East Side Manhattan residents. The blog queen exposes gossip that could potentially ruin someone’s career, friendship, relationship, marriage, and so on. Throughout each episode, Gossip Girl exposes various secrets one by one. The cast is mostly young privileged teens and their families living in deluxe neighborhoods. Serena Van der Woodsen is the fresh, model-like girl who is in the “popular” group at school, but does not care about her status. She is independent…

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  • Throwing Under The Bus Analysis

    inappropriate lifestyle that would be unacceptable in the Colony Club, further throwing Serena under the bus. Similarly, not only does Serena suppress Blair’s opportunity with the Colony Club, but Chuck Bass also suppresses her chance. Chuck and Blair have an off and on relationship that is quite complicated because he tends to have a variety of family issues and is ultimately labeled as the typical bad guy. Since Blair had connections with Chuck Bass, Person One of the Colony Club inquired, “I…

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  • Character Analysis Of Chuck Bass In 'Gossip Girl'

    In the begging of Gossip Girl Chuck Bass is portrayed as a very wealthy gets everything he wants, wild, reckless, "bad boy" of the Upper East Side who does not conform to social norms. He starts drinking problem from a very young age, hires prostitutes, schemes, continuously breaks laws, and even finds himself in jail a couple of times. We eventually learn about Chucks father Bart Bass that no matter what Chuck does, no matter how hard he works, he will never be good enough for his father. I…

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  • Brief Summary Of 12 Years A Slave

    overhears Epps’ conversations with Bass about the evils of slavery. Platt, doubtfully, asks Bass to help him send letters to his friends in Saratoga Springs. Bass accepts this as they both wait for the reply to the letters. As summer goes on, Platt becomes weary that his escape might not be possible but Bass promises to return during Christmas time to discuss what can done. Bass is faithful on his promise and returns to check on Platt during December. However, there has been no response to the…

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  • The Book Of Yaak By Rick Bass Summary

    The Book of Yaak by Rick Bass I hate “The Book of Yaak”. This book should not have been written. The fault, however, does not lie with author Rick Bass. Bass’ style is clear and poetic, intermingling of his not-quite-stream-of-consciousness prose seamlessly with the scientific data and information that illustrates the dire situation for his place, the Yaak Valley of Northern Montana, and all of his fellow citizens, lynx, deer, wolves, wood thrush, owls, and grizzlies. “The Book of Yaak” is Rick…

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  • Dragonetti's Accomplishments

    Dragonetti spent much of his life experimenting on the bass, working to perfect its capabilities. In his younger days he had sampled both the four string and the three string basses but preferred the three string which he would tune in various ways. He was one of the first to drop the tuning from A- D- G to G- D- G, giving him access to lower pitches. When he played Der Freischütz he would lower the A string down to F# for the first two movements. His hard work and experimentations with the bass…

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  • Essay On Drum Set

    instrument in countless genres of music (Fidyk). In the late 1800’s, the most popular bands in the United States were American brass bands. During the Civil War every military unit had its own band and after the war the bands stayed together and continued to play together. The traditional parade style they played before was moved inside. Since most venues were smaller it was harder to fit as many instruments inside, so to make room drummers would experiment with trying to play the Snare Drum…

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  • Sam Bass Short Story

    Sam Bass: The Story of a Felon who wanted to become Wealthy “I had enough of this job! There has to be more in this world for me. I want something more; something better than this.” exclaimed a young Sam Bass. Sam Bass was an adventurous soul, who always looking for excitement in the wrong places. He had an option give up his horse or quit his job, he decided to leave his job in search of a better paying job as an owner of a one-man racing stable he left Denton County in the spring of 1877. …

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  • Bohemian Rhapsody Analysis

    to the dream like tone. A piano and bass guitar beginning to play marks the transition from the introduction to the ballad. After a few seconds the vocals enter and start singing in a softly sung manor. After mercury sings a couple lines starting with “mama”; his voice progressively turns from soft to extremely passionate. At the same time, there is a modulation to a new key as the drums come in. Playing the old theme in a new key, Mercury ends this section with the line “I sometimes wish I’d…

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