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    Girl

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    Girl "Girl" is a short piece that shows the dialogue between an older woman and a younger girl, probably a mother and her adolescent daughter. In the piece, the mother instructs her daughter on many subjects, from cooking and cleaning to social skills and love. Despite its brevity, "Girl" is a work which accurately and intimately portrays a mother-daughter relationship and expected women's roles. The title of the piece, "Girl", is an integral part of the work itself. The title serves several

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    Gobsun Gorl virsas Fleppir Gorl Darong thi ruerong twinty’s e niw typi uf wumin erusi, e wumin whu ribillid egeonst sucoity’s stenderds fur wumin, thi Fleppir Gorl. Thi niw Fleppir Gorl shuckid sucoity by sittong e niw typi uf wumin bieaty thet ixprissid thior ondipindinci jast loki min. Mienwholi thi Gobsun Gorl wes thi odiel fogarihied fur fimeli bieaty, thiy wiri uftin shuwn es fregoli end valnirebli. Fleppir Gorls estunoshid thi wurld by pashong thi lomots uf thi eviregi Gobsun Gorl sittong niw

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    A Cosmopolitan Girl

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    A Cosmopolitan Girl Determined, realistic, and self-confident are not words that I hold to a specific gender. That might be the difference between someone who was born in generation x and the baby boomers and earlier. According to society these few words are associated with the male gender, since most of society that is able to determine what is and what is not acceptable are older we are labeled as a whole to have come to these conclusions. Perhaps June Jordan, the writer of Memo: 1980 knew

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    The Roaring Girl

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    The Roaring Girl Though its primary function is usually plot driven--as a source of humor and a means to effect changes in characters through disguise and deception—cross dressing is also a sociological motif involving gendered play. My earlier essay on the use of the motif in Shakespeare's plays pointed out that cross dressing has been discussed as a symptom of "a radical discontinuity in the meaning of the family" (Belsey 178), as cul-tural anxiety over the destabilization of the social hierarchy

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    Guys And Girls

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    WELL here's a few reasons why guys like girls 1. They will always smell good even if its just shampoo 2. The way their heads always find the right spot on our shoulder 3. How cute they look when they sleep 4. the ease in which they fit into our arms 5. the way they kiss you and all of a sudden everything is right in the world 6. How cute they are when they eat 7. The way they take hours to get dressed but in the end makes it all worth while 8. because they are always warm even when its

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    Christy Girl

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    “Christy Girl” Howard Christy was known for his famous “Christy Girl” exemplifying proud American values and beliefs believed to be consistent with every American female. He became known for his work on war posters to support enlistment for the armed forces. This poster targets the male half of the population, particularly young (teenage) boys. Here we have a picture of a “Christy Girl” dressed in a United States Navy uniform with a sailors hat on her head. She exemplifies grace and charm as she

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    The Happy Girl

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    The Happy Girl Jackie's small features curled up in horror as I unceremoniously plopped down on the hotel room floor. "Ew! That's so disgusting, Sarah!" she exclaimed, stomping her slipper-clad foot soundly on the floor. "I can't believe that you're sitting on the carpet! You know how germ-a-phobic I am!" Rolling around some more, I laughed as her hands clasped around a jumbo-sized container of Lysol. Even on the band trip to Colorado, she was still as cautious of "infection" as ever. Shaking

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    The Shy Girl

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    The Shy Girl Ever since I can remember, I was naturally quiet and shy. I constantly repeated myself because people could not hear me the first time. Even then, I seldom made eye contact with others. When I entered high school, nothing changed. Soon afterward, I disliked the way my classmates thought of me. If someone had to make an announcement in class, I was not chosen; my classmates believed I was not vocal enough. If someone threw a party, I was not invited because they thought "Shy girls"

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    In girl by Jamaica the author shows us a relationship between a mother and daughter, like old time how a mother advises her daughter to be a good daughter, good wife and a good daughter. Every mother wants her daughter to be a good woman, a woman who is respected by the society. The author picked up a very sensitive from our culture that a good woman is being brought up by her mother. This relationship tells a daughter how she has to behave in a bunch of people. In story the mother is teaching her

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    Army Girl

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    Army girl “I can so do it!” yelled Katie. “You’re only a girl,” replied Ben in an aggressive tone of voice. Following Ben’s sarcasm, Katie screamed louder. Katie is a typical girl who surfs every chance she gets; she also loves playing sport & in general loves life. Ben on the other hand has nothing in common with Katie but just likes hanging out with her. Katie wants to join the army but everyone thinks it is some joke or dare so no one really takes her seriously however Katie gets more determined

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