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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 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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    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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    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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    The Guera Girls

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    to prove that feminists can be funny. We could be anyone; we are everywhere.”- Guerrilla Girls. The Guerrilla girls used art to show the discrimination against minorities, mainly women. They developed their work into a media style medium, this allowed the pieces to be treated the same as advertising, being able to be placed in general society, giving the group a wider range of audience. The Guerrilla Girls were an activist group that embraced art. The group’s most famous work all focused on female

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    Girl interrupted

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    This is why hospitals like this can thrive; the only treatment they have is appreciation for the life they take away from a patient. WORKS CITED PAGE Quote #1- Page 21-FREEDOM- Girl, Interrupted Quote #2- Page 80-SECURITY SCREEN-Girl, Interrupted Quote #3 Page 54-CHECKS-Girl, Interrupted Girl, Interrupted- By Susanna Kaysen Copyright 1993 Originally published by Turtle Bay Books, A Division of Random House, INC, NY 1993 Web Pages . www.antipsychiatry.org Article on------- Psychiatry's

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    Only a Girl in Boys and Girls Alice Munro's short story, "Boys and Girls," explores the different roles of men and women in society through a young girl's discovery of what it means to be a girl. A close examination of the elements of a short story as they are used in "Boys and Girls" helps us to understand the meaning of the story. The story is set in the 1940s, on a fox farm outside of Jubilee, a rural area only twenty miles away from the county jail. The farm is a place that reflects the

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    A girl stood facing a rusty mirror in the bathroom. She looked at the reflection in the mirror as her head went down in sorrow. Soon tears ran down her face, her face damp with sweat. When she thought no one was around, she screeched with anguish into the mirror “Why am I so ugly? Why can’t I be like the other girls?” Echoes of her screams filled the hallway of Forest Park Middle School. Nevertheless, the girl screeching in horror of her own reflection is not the only teen, who talks about, each

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    Muslim Girls

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    The central Bosnian village Dolina is located in a valley north of the Bosnian-Hercegovinian capital, Sarejevo. From a very early age Muslim girls are taught that their role as a female is to assist their mother with household chores and to serve the men. While her male siblings, who spend most of their time playing and walking around the village, are not expected to work around the house (Bringa 106). Muslim boys were given privileges because they were male. Muslim women usually did not leave the

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    The story “Boys and Girls” by Alice Munro and the story “St. Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves” by Karen Russell have similar themes. They both are coming of age type stories that show the growth of a character because of a situation they were put in or things that happened to them. In “Boys and Girls” the narrator enjoyed helping her father with his work much more than helping her mother with the house, she thought that work that her mother did was boring and she dreaded it. Throughout the

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    Girl rising reflection

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    The movie Girl Rising has impacted me in many ways. Before I saw a screening of this film, I had no idea what some girls, (and boys), had to go through! Worldwide, over sixty five million girls are out of school, and around thirty three boys are as well! This is hard for me to imagine, because I have been fortunate enough to attend school every year of my life, and I don’t know any differently! If girls around the world could get just one more year of education, their income as an adult would increase

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    Super Girl Syndrome

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    What is Super Girl Syndrome? Well, over the last few years, teenage girls have been under constant pressure from both the media and their peers to look the very best they can, to have an optimum weight, and to also obtain the best academic results possible. To be completely honest this not something that girls enjoy at all. For instance, Lakshmi Chaudhry said the same thing in her web story, But as it turns out, all this adulation doesn’t seem to be making the girls themselves very happy

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    Girls Of Slender Means

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    Joanna’s and Jane’s lifestyles. The Girls of Slender Means by Murial Spark is a novel about the girls who lived in the May of Teck Club during the year of 1945. There are many characters involved, but the one’s who caught my attention the most are Jane Wright and Joanna Childe. They represent different aspects of ideas, lifestyles and, also, have different perspectives on the “World of Books.'; Joanna Childe was the daughter of a country rector. She was very intelligent,

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    Advice To Little Girls

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    Simple Claim: In the first line, the author recommends to girls not to mouth their teachers if they offend them insignificantly. On the second line, he tells them that they can have revenge if the teachers’ offences are serious. “Advice to Little Girls” has series of recommendation for girls. Mark Twain mocks statutes and precepts that society established and “good” women ought to pursue. Satirically, Twain showed extreme cases of bulling, but he also provides humorous revenges options. This short

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    Terra-Cotta Girl

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    Terra Cotta Girl The poem has clear, wide-open drama while managing ambiguity and open-endedness. A sort of modern local color piece tinted with Southern elements, it nevertheless makes its characters real and sympathetic, treats important themes that are both topical and general, and offers an apt objective relationship with universal implications. Technically a lyric, the poem filled with narrative and drama: an off-the-farm college girl, a Southerner, and perhaps a Georgian like Sellers herself

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    Girl John Updike

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    In the short story "Girl," Jamaica Kincaid writes about a mother giving advice to her daughter, so she doesn’t turn out like her. The mother wants better for her daughter than what she had, so the mother tries to tell the young girl what she must know to succeed in life. While the mother is hard on her daughter, the reader can tell that she loves her. "this is how to bully a man; this is how a man bullies you; this is how to love a man; and if this doesn’t work there are other ways, and if they don’t

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    Analysis Of Girl Rising

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    Girl Rising Everyone deserves an education, but for some in the developing world, especially girls, it is hard to even get into a classroom, due to the opposition from those who believe a girl 's place is in the home, not the classroom. The 2013 documentary Girl Rising by Richard E. Robbins states, “There are 33 million less girls in primary school worldwide than boys.” Girl Rising tells the stories of nine girls varying in ages throughout the developing world who only want to learn or where school

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