After the performance he made Fanny one of the well known 'Ziegfield Follies' for the 1910 edition and helped boost up her journey of becoming a star. If it wasn't for Ziegfield she would of still become a star, but publicity does make everything. Ziefield gave a twist to her. Instead of giving her the typical girly girl beautiful dress songs, he gave Fanny her signature song "My Man" She had done comedy throughout her career so far and now Ziegfield gives her a sad song to sing. I would of thought Ziegfield was loosing it, don't fix what's not broken.
Abraham Lincoln served as the 16th President of the United States, until his assassination in April 1865. He successfully led the country through the American Civil War, ended slavery, and promoted economic modernization. He also became a country lawyer, an Illinois state legislator, and a one-term member of the United States House of Representatives but later failed in two attempts at a seat in the United States Senate. Although Lincoln is most remembered for what he has done, He was also a loving husband and father of four children. Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809.
“This is my personal favorite characteristic of him, and most likely the smartest decision he ever made in his life.” States my Aunt Jenny about the mobster deals that Da’dooch turns down. Da’dooch was always looked down as the non- experienced and feeble- minded brother in the eyes of his father. His father always wanted his sons to be great business men or baseball stars. My great Uncle Pete (Da’dooch’s brother) was a third round pick for the New York Yankees, there he played for five years. Da’dooch never became the extraordinary business man or baseball star that his father intended him to be.
Reserving of judgments V. Non- Bias VI. Has sense of humor * These characteristics in his personality allow him to create a special bond/trust between Nick and the readers. * Pg. 3-4: Nick shifts from scorn to admiration ( his feeling towards Gatsby) * Tom Buchan: I. Proud ‘The Book’ II.
Tom Buchanan V.S Jay Gatsby: Who is more corrupt? In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, we are introduced to two characters pitted against each other in an intense rivalry full of wealth, social status, hatred and love. Jay Gatsby and Tom Buchanan are two characters that portray subtle differences in their personalities, but share many characteristics that contribute to both of their corrupt nature. Both of these characters, through dishonesty, moral values, and jealousy, are shown to be corrupt. However through further analysis, Tom’s motives, means and the ultimate consequences of his actions allow him to take a more corrupt role than Jay Gatsby in this novel.
In A Separate Peace by John Knowles there were many things I liked. I really liked the character of Gene, the setting, the diction, and the storyline. I really liked Gene. Even though, he wasn’t the most spectacular character, he was my favorite. His personality was just really entertaining.
From the beginning, Slim was very nice Lennie and George . His tone was friendly, It invited confidence without demanding it. He always listen to others. Slim was kind to Lennie and knew why Lennie did some of the strange things he did; "' It ain't your fault,' he said. 'This punk sure had it comin' to him'".
The actresses were fit for the part and even though there was tragedy they still found a way to make you laugh away the pain and for that is why I think the film was awarded numerous times . The lead actresses are Dolly Parton and Sally Field. They are both superb at what their achievements and I loved them in many other fields as well. Peter Travers agrees stating “The ladies are live wires. Just stand back and watch them set off sparks.” The supporting actresses Shirley MacLaine (Ouiser), Olympia Dukakis (Clairee), and Daryl Hannah put the icing on the cake.
George Washington enjoyed less than three years of retirement at Mount Vernon, for he died of a throat infection December 14, 1799. Now, in America, George Washington still have a big impact on America today, he became a president to a new country that was not very stabilized. His ideas on not being part of a political party helped our country avoid feud. His belief and devotion towards republicanism made him a great leader and made America into a strong independent nation. Washington also helped create the first bank, which he singed the bill for once it was passed through Congress.
Woodrow Wilson was born in Staunton, Virginia on December 28th, 1856. His father was a reverend and on of the founders of the Southern Presbyterian Church in the United States (PCUS). From his father Wilson received a staunch view of a small government with little intervention in business. As a young man Wilson voted for John M. Palmer a Gold Democrat who preached a return to the gold standard and limit government involvement in everyday life. (3) A very right wing view of politics today.