Gossip Girl

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  • Analysis Of Gossip Girl

    The Queens of New York On 2012, the mayor of New York City proclaimed January 26 as an official holiday: Gossip Girl Day. As crazy as it may seem, the mayor believed that New York was portrayed so perfectly in the Gossip Girl shows that it seemed appropriate to recognize its brilliance annually. Gossip Girl is a teen drama series based off of Cecily von Ziegesar’s books. First airing in 2007, this show revolves around elites of New York and grabs the interest of many teens, resulting in winning 18 Teen Choice Awards. Conflicts presented in these shows involve jealousy, relationships, fitting in, drug use, reaching high social status, surviving in the elite circle, and family issues make up the majority of this show and keep viewers wanting…

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  • Gossip Girl Film Analysis

    motivation, meaning it never started up. After Josh Swartz took over, he wanted to create a TV series instead. Gossip Girl lasted between September 19th of 2007 and December 17th of 2012. It offered six seasons (121 episodes). At the time, technology was becoming more advanced. Therefore, this was an interesting time period for a TV series to make its debut. Josh Swartz felt it was unpredictable whether fans would like it or not. In the beginning, he was scared of having minimal viewers because…

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  • Gossip Girl Play Analysis

    Gossip Girl (CW, 2007-2012) is a drama television series about a group of fictional wealthy teenagers living on the Upper East Side in New York City. It is based off of a book series by Cecily Von Ziegesar. Though the characters all attend the same prep school, the show mostly focuses on what they do in their non-academic lives. The drama portrayed in this series is more extreme than other comparable teen drama shows, such as The O.C or 90210. This is due to the controversial topics that are…

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  • Gossip Girl Analysis

    I’m Gossip Girl, a pretty big deal here in New York. I get the gossip and spread the latest news on the more well known teens that attend Constance Billard,a private school in New York. I don’t do the dirty work myself, all of the gossip that I tend to tell is sent in by other teens or just pretty much anyone who has the latest dirt on someone that they think should be exposed. The fun part about being “Gossip Girl” is that no one knows who I am. At the very end of the series, I finally tell you…

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  • Throwing Under The Bus Analysis

    Introduction The social sciences, the study of human in society and the relationships between humans, connect with how humans interact with each other. Especially how they treat each other after problematic issues, like when their goodness is at stake impacts human behavior. Thus, leading to the expression “throwing someone under the bus” and causing distress to both parties of this situation. The first example is a classic Christmas film, Elf. The second example is an episode from a popular TV…

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  • Identity Is Not A Choice Essay

    We start off as a blank slate and as we get older, we learn more things and change that about us. For example, in the TV show “Gossip Girl” a girl named Jenny Humphrey wanted to fit in with the popular girls (Blair’s “minions”).To get in the group, Humphrey let her personality match her idols by becoming meaner. When she got into this “society”, she wasn’t really part of their group, instead, she was the assistant. She had to do everything they asked her to do bad or tiring. Later on in the…

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  • Gossip Girl Target Audience

    Gossip Girl is a television show produced by the CW, based off of a book series of the same name. It is an American teen drama set in New York Upper East Side and tells the story of privileged upper class young adults, as they battle sex, drugs, alcohol, relationships, and betrayal. The entire series is narrated by an infamous anonymous, who blogs the lives and drama of “Manhattan’s elite.” Many of the characters are frequently referred to as this, and as “Upper East Siders.” Gossip Girl has…

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  • Analyzing Dan Humphrey's Character From 'Blair Waldorf'

    Blair Waldorf - Character Analysis Ah, the girl that everyone loves to hate. Blair Waldorf is highly regarded as the queen of young society in Manhattan. There’s many things to be said about her, some not so nice. As Dan Humphrey would describe her she’s “everything [he] hates about the Upper East Side distilled into one 95-pound, doe-eyed, bon mot tossing, label-whoring package of girly evil.” Blair Waldorf was born a queen. Her family is prominent and well respected on the Upper East Side…

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  • Gossip Girl Character Analysis

    Arising the nineteenths century the English poet Lord Byron was the first model for a Byronic hero. He gains the status as a Byronic character throughout his life with the different characteristics due his personality. In general, a Byronic hero is a person who isolates either physically or emotionally from the world. Furthermore, a Byronic hero characterize himself for example as intelligent, arrogant and emotionally and intellectually tortured. A Byronic hero is also a person who just appears…

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  • Gossip Girl Poem Analysis

    Dottie Herman, chief executive of Douglas Elliman Real Estate said, “It seems like a lot of money anyplace else,” and “what you get for a million dollars is not a lot of space,”. This median price reflects the most wealthy people in the city as their over 30 million dollar homes are being factored in the the average (Higgins, Michelle). The high prices draws in the rich, which creates an extremely wealthy elite society that is usually displayed in the media, such as the television series, Gossip…

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