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    Steppin Out Doll

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    The Mattel Barbie Collector Edition Steppin Out ‘Great Fashions of the 20th Century’ doll is the epitome of the 1930s fashion. The 1930s style is possessed in this collector doll. This doll was released as the third edition in the series of ‘Great Fashions of the 20th Century.’ It became available in stores on January 1st, 1999. The fashions of the Barbie dolls in this collection highlight the biggest style influences of the 30s. This edition of the Barbie Is made specifically with collectors in mind to add these iconic dolls to their collection. The Mattel brand is popularized for their series of Barbie dolls. The Steppin Out doll is apart of the ‘Great Fashions of the 20th century’, outlining the 1930s in fashion. The Barbie comes never removed from box (nrfb) in…

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    Instead young girls are desiring to model the lifestyle of Barbie. A fantasy lifestyle of a beautiful woman with perfect bone structure, skin complexion, long legs, and nice hair. Young girls who love Barbie are more in love with her life rather than the doll. Today, in Japan young girls are refusing to play with their dolls. Instead, it 's more common to dress the doll and hang it up to admire the look unlike American girls who are constantly seen physically playing with dolls. Barbie has been…

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    altering setting reveal characteristics about Nora that ultimately leads to her her the inability of her being controlled. Props and details about the setting affect Nora's actions because each contribute to each aspect of her life. Each of these props show that Nora was looked at as a doll and a human with flaws. In a typical doll house, the doll is being controlled. The doll is dressed and undressed. Nora was given a dress to wear by Torvald showing that he was being the one who controlled…

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    Barbie Doll Stereotypes

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    main purpose to have children, and care for their homes and their husbands. The “Barbie Doll” portrays the female body through gender roles and how society feels women should appear. The Barbie doll is not just a toy, but also an icon of the perfect feminine beauty and a given role in society. This doll causes many problems for young girls today trying to fit in and obey the standards that society has for them in regards to appearance and their roles. This is an ongoing problem that has led to…

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    Doll House

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    Not many artists can create a song that has a great tune and catchy lyrics, while also being somewhat dark, but Melanie Martinez's Dollhouse is all of this and much more. Dollhouse was Melanie Martinez's debut song after competing in The Voice. It mostly has an AABB rhyme, with outlying lines that have no rhyme throughout the song. Dollhouse talks about a young girls dollhouse and its inhabitants, a perfect-seeming family with many issues. The song is narrated by the daughter in the family of…

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    At its foundation, a doll house is a mere set in a world created for fantasy. A tool for the creative mind to act out their imaginations. A tool used by children to pass the simple boredom of everyday life. A tool for adults to remain in the nostalgia of happiness before it is all torn apart. A tool that both helps ease the suffering of a hardened facade, and a puts a knife in the users back while cutting the strings between realism, and the unrealistic fantasy that we idolize. The pleasing…

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    Cyn, Tucks’ little niece, was very fond of dolls, but ever since Tucks’ girlfriend, Lory, started coming over she has put them away. Cyn was only 12 years old, but she loved those dolls. Tuck and Lory were sitting on the bed in Tucks’ room. They were having a normal, yet deep conversation when something didn’t seem right to the both of them. All of a sudden the warm room was now icy cold. "Cyn?" Tuck called out. There was no answer from Cyn. Britt, Tucks ' cousin, came in the room. "I heard…

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    As a child I played with my CD player, my clip-it which played a clip of Brittney Spears hit me baby one more time and my Bratz dolls. The toys I remember I wanted were the action figures of the WWE wrestlers aka the Rock,the red boxing gloves and also an American Doll. My mother never bought me the fist two items because the were masculine and the American Doll was too expensive. The toys my mother played with were involved with cleaning like a fake mop or dishes. The toys she wanted were baby…

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    refers to a doll collection, the first thing that comes to mind is typically a dusty shelf full of creepy porcelain children. If the cold, blank stare does not appeal to someone’s style, they may reach for other types of dolls. The easiest doll to attain would have to be a fashion doll, or more particularly, a Barbie doll. Barbie dolls have been around since 1959. Soon the toy company skyrocketed and barbies are now found in most basic store toy aisles, as well as big name toy stores, such as…

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    high school. For our final project, we needed to make either a doll or stuffed animal, & I chose to make a doll, using as many recycled materials as possible in its creation. Turns out this little choice set something huge in motion. Not long after, I found myself in Nicaragua where my family had moved for 6 months, & I encountered poverty like we just don’t see in the US. My heart broke for all the girls that I saw who felt insignificant and worthless, a feeling I was all too familiar with…

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