Then over the weekend there was a terrible accident and Fred and Feonia died. Marguerite could not get Francine to calm down but then after three hours of being upset Francine calmed down. They buried her parents on the Monday of November 1,
In 1832 her family moved to America where she became an avid abolitionist throughout her late childhood and early adulthood. In 1836 her father’s sugar refinery burned down and in 1838 her family moved to Cincinnati, Ohio in an attempt to re-establish the business, unfortunately three weeks after their move Samuel died from Bilary Fever. Pressed financially after her father’s death Elizabeth and her three sisters started a school for Young Girls. In 1894 her sister Anna, helped Elizabeth acquire a teaching job paying $400 a year in Henderson, Kentucky. In 1856 Blackwell adopted Katherine “Kitty” Barry a Scottish Orphan.
Before her husband past, she had two daughters and a son. Unfortunately, the one daughter passed away in 1882, and the son was crippled. If Jack hadn’t murdered her, the lung or brain disease would have. She was buried (in secret by family) at Manor Park on September 14, 1888. According to 1 Feb 2008 <httpz://www.accomodata.co.uk/events.htm>.
Kate Chopin was born in St. Louis Missouri on February 8th, 1850 as Kate O’Flaherty. Her parents Eliza and Thomas had five children including Kate, and at a young age her father died. She was raised Catholic and attended The Sacred Heart Academy in St. Louis where she excelled academically. After her father’s passing, Chopin lived with her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother whom were all
Jane Addams was born from John Huy Addams and Sarah (Weber) Addams on September 6 in the year of 1860 in a town called Cedarville which is located in Illinois. She was the youngest of eight siblings. When Jane was at the young age of two, her mother had died during childbirth. Her father remarried to a woman named Mrs. William Haldeman, she was influential to Jane in a positive aspect, meaning that Jane was fond of her stepmother and took things, such as her reading Shakespeare and used that in the Hull House. In the summer of 1881 her father died without any warning.
Sierra Luers AP English 11 Period 3 Psychological Analysis of Ethan Frome Edith Wharton, the author of Ethan Frome, grew up in a privileged American family. At a young age she took interest in writing about the inside of her family’s social circle. At 23 she was married to a man from a well-established family. After thirty years of marriage she divorced him as he had serious emotional and depression problems. Wharton was even thought to have resented him for his incapability’s of the life she wanted , she felt tied down and stifled; the passion and romance had been long gone.
Her father was an alcoholic who was disowned by his family (Women). Her mother Anna Roosevelt, sometimes called “Granny” because of her old-fashion style, was somewhat distant to her family (Women). When her mother died in 1892 because of diphtheria, she moved in with her maternal grandmother, Mary Ludlow Hall (Roosevelt History). In 1894 when she was ten, her father, whom she rarely ever saw passed because of alcoholism (Roosevelt Bio). When she was sent off to school in England to enroll at Allenwood Academy, she went in a shy and awkward child, but when she was taken under the wing of the headmistress of the academy, Mlle.
Her novel `The Awakening' (1899) shocked many people with its portrayal of a young woman's sexual and artistic longings. Collins, Martha Layne (born 1963) Kentucky's first female governor and first woman to chair the National Conference of Lieutenant Governors. Friedan, Betty (born 1921) Born in the U.S., a famous author and known feminist. She wrote the best-seller, "The Feminine Mystique" and challenged traditional roles of women. Cofounder and president of the National Organization for Women (from 1966-1977).
, powerful, passionate, these are just some of the words that describe Willa Cather. A Pulitzer Prize Winning author, whose works inspired many young authors. Though some may say her final works marked the decline of her artistic power, she is still a literature genius. She wrote of women’s struggles and frontier life in her novels: Lucy Gayheart, Sapphira the Slave Girl, and Shadows on the Rock. Willa Sibert Cather was born on December 7, 1817.
The abuse ended when she was fourteen years old; Oprah credits her father for saving her from the abuse. Oprah had a son when she was 14 years old who died as an infant.Because of her teen pregnancy, she often had suicidal thoughts. As a teen, she learned 20 new vocabulary words a week and she was crowned Miss Black Tennessee in 1972. In highschool, Oprah was elected President of Student Council and she was also selected “most popular” in high school as a senior. She graduated from Nicolet High School