Jenny Lind

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  • Jenny Lind Elementary School: A Short Story

    All I hear is birds singing their usual songs in the morning and being able to feel the cold air surrounding my body. It’s winter and it’s the most outrages winter I’ve experienced in my life. I was strolling to my bus stop and as I begin to slow down I see the school bus was already coming up the hill following behind my tail to make a complete stop. There was about 5 other students with me anxiously waiting the bus to stop and then they all got on the bus one by one. All I could do is think about all of my best friend. We’re known as the Popular asian group at Jenny Lind. When we arrived at Jenny Lind all of the kids got off in a split second screaming and yelling with joy. As I got off the school bus, I’m greeted with a banner written “Welcome To Jenny Lind Elementary School”. “LISA! Come over here! Hurry so we all could go inside together!” screams a group of Asian girls at the front entrance. It was so windy to the point…

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  • P. T. Barnum's Accomplishments

    Barnum’s economical way of looking at life caused him to make even more money off of Lind. He advertised auctions for first tickets to her shows, an ostentatious way of showing wealth. The wealthy would buy tickets to the auction just to buy an actual ticket to the opera. They profited off of the auctions more than expected, and were a spectacle event all in itself, saying “the excitement was considerable and the bidding spirited, as was generally the case,” (335). The atmosphere around the…

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  • Theme Of Trauma In Rebecca West's 'Return Of The Soldier'

    Throughout the novel The Return of the Soldier by Rebecca West, Kitty Baldry experiences trauma that is constantly controlled by characters who perpetrate patriarchal ideas. Since the death of her son Oliver, Kitty continues to return to his nursery, the symbolic space of this tragedy, in order to repress her trauma and attempt to find new purposes for the room since her husband Chris will not let her change it permanently. Chris’ cousin Jenny also functions as the narrator of the novel and she…

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  • Compare And Contrast The Return Of The Soldier And Pale Rider

    being so prevalent in everyone’s daily lives, there is also the feeling of needing to contribute to the war effort, or at least keep up appearances, however unwelcome it may be. A transition exists, from characters believing that the war will run its course to the realization that there may be no future outside of the war in its effects for many of these characters. The majority of the time, the intrusion of war into daily life is callous and unwelcome, but must be acknowledged. Jenny in “The…

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  • Gossip Girl Film Analysis

    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 and free spirited. On the other hand, Blaire Waldorf also known as Queen B is all about status. Blaire is an alpha female. She is the head of her clique, always…

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  • Chuck Van Der Woodsen: A Short Story

    airborne. He rolled onto the car’s hood, smashing into the windshield. He crashed headfirst on the asphalt shattering onto the ground into an unnatural position. He was unconscious. A crowd gathered and cell phones clicked to life from those calling emergency services. Individuals started coordinating to direct traffic from the horrific scene. Strangers ran to assist Chuck. The EMTs arrived within seconds, as did the fire department, and police. The commotion and blocking of a major highway…

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  • Man Vs. Self Conflict

    fields; however, he is not doing his job. The other being when he is off in the middle of the night in the fields and is finding the gun he hid from everyone. The next morning when Dave is at work was when this conflict first happened to himself. Since he bought the gun himself, he thought that he should have been the one to test it out, and of course he did when he was at work. It goes all wrong though when he goes to fire and he gets too nervous and ends up shooting his bosses’ mule. The…

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  • An Analysis Of Jay Asher's 13 Reasons Why

    But Jenny was driving while drunk - and she knew it. She ran into a stop-sign, knocking it over completely. When Hannah said that they should call it in to the police, Jenny got upset and kicked her out of the car and sped away. Hannah never did call it in, so later that night, there was a car crash and it resulted in an old man dying. This made it feel like it was all Hannah’s fault, if she had called it in, no one would be dead. And the reason why she didn’t call it in was because of Jenny. On…

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  • Ms Stiles: A Narrative Fiction

    Alex Jenny told me about Ms.Stiles, and how she suspects she knows something. I really did not think that was true. I told Jenny that Ms.Stiles has been a big mythical creatures nerd and she has a bunch of books about them, too. We decided to follow Ms.Stiles to see if Jenny could hear her thought. Jenny was not very good at staying hidden and accidentally bumps into her. Something happened to her when Ms.Stiles caught her from hitting the concrete. Jenny did not talk for fifteen seconds and her…

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  • Thine As Ever P. T. Cornum Analysis

    the letters he wished Barnum had written in order to give more clarification on his motives. Using the letters he wrote for this essay, Saxon may very well be trying to ensure that anyone else who looks into Barnum’s life sees information that Saxon found with time a little easier; such things as his true thoughts of Jenny Lind, the true motives behind his attempts at getting rid of Jumbo, and the media potential behind “Champ”. While never explicitly telling this, Saxon wishes for his reader to…

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