The Other Girl

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Day Of High School

    Fast footsteps touch the ground as a girl is running towards her school. Today was the day of High school for this lady. The name Yuki was the student as she finally made her destination. Only to realize she was far ahead of someone she knew deeply. So she paused for a moment and stood by waiting for that person. Many students pass by as she waited longer for the other student to join in. Until finally she saw the students presence, she then smiles and runs over to her. She quickly gives her a warm hug as she is excited that she continues to have school with her. This 10th grade students friends name is Kimi. Kimi sighs as her best friend hugs her, the usual. She then proceeds to peel off the other girl and looks around the…

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  • Personal Narrative-City Creek Mall

    mother. The sun parted way with the sky early today, leaving only gloomy clouds greeting the city. I sit behind a group of young ladies schmoozing the day away. With their high heel boots, leather jackets, curled hair, and that latte cup they got at the cafe behind them, I instantly thought of typical white girls. These typical white girls are all over the mall, splurging their week’s worth of work, and do it again next week. They are very Fashionista, with similar styles, chic and trendy. The…

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  • Analysis Of Zhang's Poem 'Other Girls'

    Her description of swallowing a leaf is given among the experiences of a miserable cycle from being unable to speak, to making her dad angry because of her impediment, to the beginning feel of pebbles in eyes, to crying and back to the origin of the story. The sentences are very abstract, especially when she says “I was not even really alive.” (Zhang, 2012) Nevertheless, in fact, this poem is related to one of her emotion described in her fiction Other Girls. It is a metaphor reflecting her…

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  • Lacanian Theory Of The Mirror Stage: The Artist Is Present

    He isn’t—the concept of this mirror phase is simply more applicable in other stages of life, rather than just between 6-18 months. He actually touches on this broadness, though not in the same direct manner, saying that “[i]t suffices to understand the mirror stage […] as an identification, in the full sense analysis gives to the term” (Lacan 76). He himself is defining this stage of development as a manner of identification. Mirriam-Webster defines that word as a “psychological orientation of…

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  • Childish Shame Of Depression: A Literary Analysis

    depression is characteristic of the ‘self as other’, as s/he proceeds along the tightrope to a childlike truth negating immutability. This does not function the same as an ‘self for other’ uncertainty, one which causes her/him to falter along the tightrope moving away from an adult reality remonstrating certainty. The distancing of forces happening within a will turned in against itself, crystallizes a part of the ‘self as the other’, along the intersubjective axes of ‘self-talk’: ‘who I am,’…

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  • I Am Crazy Because I M Different From Everyone Else Analysis

    else.’ with this quote constantly running through my mind, I personally understood what Madrid meant when he said that the Other”results in us feeling excluded, or even disdained and scorned.” As a child I always felt as if I played the role of the other. I was different in ways such as loving to learn, and being an overly outgoing person with different points of view, and as a result; I found that other children were quick to single me out of their groups. Very few ever accepted…

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  • Character Analysis Of Squeaky In Raymond's Run

    help coach him. Squeaky shows respect for someone she has disliked for a most of the story in this quote,“We stand there with this big smile of respect between us. It’s about as real a smile as girls can do for each other, considering we don’t practice real smiling every day, you know, cause maybe we too busy being flowers or fairies or strawberries instead of something honest and worthy of respect...you know...like being people.”(page 39, lines 389- 396) This quote relates to respect because it…

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  • The Importance Of Social Norms In Public Places

    personal territories formulated by social norms and other verbal and nonverbal notifications sent by others. The term “public,” specifically means areas where individuals have freedom of access, but not necessarily of action (Guerrero, DeVito & Hecht, 1999). In this paper, I will describe my observations of how various people established their personal territories in five different places: the library, the elevator, the café, the concert, and the children’s playing room. People are able to take…

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  • Prison School Anime Analysis

    Currently I have watched 4 episodes, which are the only ones available at this time. The story follows a traditional all girls school finally becomes a Coed school allowing the opposites sex to to take part in school. Thus introducing Hachimitsu Private Academy, which was revered as an elite all girls’ boarding school. Until they decided to have guys take part in this feminine wonderland. Thus we get introduced to our Main Character, Kiyoshi Fujino, and 4 other guys I…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis On Like A Girl

    commercial brings to the light the way girls are viewed in this society. The commercial particularly targets the phrase, “like a girl” that is normally used as an insult in today’s society. #LikeAGirl shows several girls and some boys being questioned about the phrase “like a girl”. #LikeAGirl clearly shows how a girl’s self-esteem diminishes as she hits puberty and is subjected to society’s views on the female gender and how wrong that is. In the beginning of the commercial, older girls and a…

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