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  • Perfect Dancer Essay

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    The “Perfect” Dancer Body Imagine this. You’re getting fabulously dressed and ready to see a performance of Swan Lake at Carnegie Hall. You have been earnestly waiting for months to watch what spectacular talent and beauty awaits. The hype of going to see this show in person has put you in a daze. You finally get into your seats and wait for the curtains to open. At this moment you are about to jump out of your seat and rip those curtains off the latch. They finally open and a ballerina playing

  • Why Girls Become Strippers

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    same question, that is, “Why do girls become strippers?” Well, there are three main reasons. The first reason being the opportunity for monetary gain to better their future. In Ganttageep's article, “Exotic Dancing: Illusion and Fantasy, An Exotic Dancers Path to Power”, he shows this desire for money in this following quote, “When asked why they got into the world of exotic dancing many women state that money is the main reason,” (Ganttageep.) In addition, there own personal desires play a huge role

  • Marzena: About a Dancer

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    and is an amazing dancer. Her friends always brag about her to their families and other friends. Her family describes her as the most fashionable person in the family and hope she will become a fashion designer when she grows up. In her free time she dances. She loves dancing and people constatntly compliment her on how good she is. She is an amazing person. Everybody who hangs out with her is very lucky. Marzena has great loyalty, is a sweetheart, fashionista and a amazing dancer. First being a loyal

  • Analysis Of Beauty Dance

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    An exotic dancers discovers she has breast cancer and after refusing to have her breasts removed, she goes on a self-destructive journey until an unlikely admirer seeks to save her. BRIEF SYNOPSIS GHOST (aka Christine, 40 's), African American, is an exotic dancer. She 's been dancing at the same strip club for years. Her strongest physical attraction are her breasts. She loves being in the spotlight and she has a rule that she never sleeps with John or with her clients. At the club, she has an

  • Harlem Dancer Analysis

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    Harlem Dancer Unfolded The Harlem Renaissance was an intellectual and artistic movement inspired by African American artists, writers and musicians. The movement demanded recognition of overwhelming talents in the arts, literature, and music. For the first time in history, African Americans earned status, respect, and credibility in a world powered by white. Black musicians brought the stylings of Jazz and blues, while writers and artists took to depicting “black problems” and ways of life. The

  • Ballet Dancer Essay

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    org/learn-and-engage/resources-audience-members/ballet-101/brief-history-ballet/. Casey, Ryan. “Why There's Nothing Else Like The Bond Between Dancers.” Dancemagazine, Dancemagazine, 2 June 2017, Cooper, Micheal. “Rehearse, Ice Feet, Repeat: The Life of a New York City Ballet Corps Dancer.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 29 Mar. 2017,

  • Ankle Sprains for the Dancer

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    Ankle Sprains for the Dancer Ankles are one of the many body parts that have the highest incidence of injury by the performance of dance. Ankle sprains are one of the most common sprains occurring to the dancer. Even though structurally the ankle may be considered a moderately strong joint, it is subject to sudden twists, especially when the dancer steps on some irregular surface. Serious injury occurring to joints or bones result initially from impact forces, with carelessness and fatigue

  • The Poem Stripper by Mervyn Morris

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    The poem Stripper by Mervyn Morris speaks of a poet who, after a long day decides to treat himself to wine and music at a club but, unfortunately had to part-take in the performance of a female exotic entertainer which was not a part of his plan. Though, the poet had no intention in watching the entertainment, at the end of the poem it shows how much of an inspiration the entertainment and the ambiance had on him. The poem also speaks of the discomfort the performer had as if she had no voice as

  • ballet Dancers and body image

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    injuries, fatigued, and malnourished dancers (Kelso, 2003). In today’s world of ballet, dancers suffer from always being in pain, worrying their body image is not the right look they need to have to get lead roles resulting in the development of eating disorders, and male ballet dancers are stereotyped as being homosexual when most of the male dancers are in fact heterosexual. “Pain speaks a language almost anyone can understand” (Aalten, 2005). However many ballet dancers are worried about their career

  • Doll and her Dancer

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    The playhouse was owned by Mrs. Townsend, the sweetest lady in town. The playhouse was there for kids who were really sick. They came and played all day if they wanted to. She had the best toys, but the one thing that stood out was her special made baby doll. “Doll” was her name. Doll was Mrs. Townsend’s daughter’s old doll. Mina was very sick and had one leg, and she never really played with toys. So, Mr. Townsend made Doll to look just like Mina so she can play with a doll that matches her. Doll