She developed grace, wit and poise. “Too bad your sister is so beautiful and you’re so extremely ugly,” her mother told her. Despite the emotional abuse inflicted by from her narcissistic mother, she remained optimistic and eventually achieved her goal of gaining popularity with her peers. Like her socialite mother, she became a regular in the society pages. Although Diana Vreeland never attained a college education, in 1937, Harper’s Bazaar hired her as fashion editor, writ... ... middle of paper ... ...mportant subject to learn about because she changed fashion forever.
Crystal and Dan’s father begin a romance. Becky h... ... middle of paper ... ...ubles subside when they win the mega lottery of $108 million. But along with their financial stability comes a load of other problems including Dan’s mother’s mental health, Jackie’s boyfriend getting married without telling her, and Dan leaning in the shoulder of another woman. In the last episode of the series, Roseanne reveals that the entire show was actually a story written by Roseanne Conner about her life. It is then that the audience learns that she twisted several parts in her story.
The story was about a girl named Cora, a prostitute who lives in a hash house. Then along the way she meets a man named Nick, whom she eventually marries. However Cora has a discomfort of being around her husband that provided her with a pretty virtuous lifestyle. Her solution to her discomfort creates problems that lead to more threatening problems. The movie and the book were both about women being saved from a place they felt undesirable.
In the early 1940’s Marie was born into a small tight knit family living in a small rural Kentucky town. Marie is now in her seventies and has led a very interesting life traveling the country, raising four children, and shaping her chosen profession. Our interview sessions were conducted over a period of time, as Marie is very active and has little “free time” to spare. Early Life Her parents meet at a social gathering in town and where married shortly thereafter. Marie’s name was chosen by her grandmother and mother, “because they loved to read the list was quite long with much debate over each name.” If she was a boy her name would have been Francis, so she is very happy to have born a girl.
Edie never told her parents, but she told her older sisters. Edie’s sisters were fine with it until Edie and Thea’s relationship became serious. They became “shockingly homophobic” and went years with out speaking to their sister. Edie’s mother never formally knew the extent of their relationship, but Edie’s mother loved Thea and Edie thought her mother secretly knew. Thea Spyer was “outed” when she was sixteen and her father found a love letter about a woman.
Plath wrote her first poem, at age eight; “A Summer Will Not Come Again” was published in Seventeen while she was in high school, and sold “Bitter Strawberries” to the Christian Science Monitor while in college (Sylvia Plath Biography). One of Plath’s most notable works was her poem, “Daddy”, which was inspired by the death of her father, Otto. Plath then expanded her career by becoming an author of The Bell Jar, a fictionalized retelling of her lifelong battle with depression. Aside from writing Sylvia also worked as a volunteer art teacher, a guest editor at Mademoiselle Magazine, and an English teacher (Sylvia Plath-Poetry). Plath attended Smith College in 1950 on a scholarship.
I love you love you love you love you” (Ball 106-108). So they eloped just a week later, on November 30, 1940. They stayed married for four years before getting a divorce because of a rocky marriage. But they got back together again, re-married and created Desilu Productions to launch their vaudeville act. Later they produce their very own show I Love Lucy (Biography.com).
When he came back he started a career as photographer in advertising and fashion. They started working together in advertisement, Diane as his assistant, and took pictures for her father's business. During that period, she decided she wanted to become a photographer and started to work by herself. Diane and Allan started soon a family after their marriage. They got two daughters, Doon (Born april 3, 1945) and Amy (born in 1954).
Without Bob's knowing for ten years, he was Bob's. An old friend of Bob and Nicole called Bob to see whether Bob could take the child in, at least for a while, during which he could manage the future things well for Jean-Claude. Bob could do nothing but to confess all his past to his wife and they reached a bitter agreement to have that child in their care only for a month. During the torturing month, Bob and his wife Sheila had gone through a lot. Finally they found out the most important thing was the inexorable love--love between the couples, the parents and children.
She was even allowed to buy her own cloths, something she loved. A rough beginning for sure but Mary Kay would not give up. At seventeen she married and had three children with her first husband Ben Rogers, a gas station attendant and part-time musician. Their only choice they was to live with her mother; Ben’s pay just was not enough. After eleven years of... ... middle of paper ... ...llion dollar global business and changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of women.