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  • East And Dolly
    682 words
    East Versus West Early in my nursing career, I had the opportunity to work under two extremely different charge nurses. Dolly "West" and Betty "East" as they were jokingly called, ruled the third floor for over twenty-five years. Both ladies are retired now and, I understand, immensely happy to be relieved of their duties and responsibilities. I would venture a guess that this is the first time they have ever agreed on anything. Betty was a strict, no-nonsense commander, who ruled her department...
  • Putnam And Abigail Call For Tituba
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    Film and theatre are different media; each has unique effects, in film the location can be just about anywhere in the world and have different atmospheres, the infinite amount of camera angles possible could be used for different emphasis, and the sound could be played in any part of the film and could be any length and of course producing different effects. But this is not the case for theatrical plays. Theatre only has limited resources and visual effects. Theatre plays are not as sophisticate...
  • Lady Bird
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    There were four women that i enjoyed reading. One was Navy Regan. She was born on July 6, 1923 (some resources say 1921) in New York City. She as a former film and stage actress who became First Lady of the United States when husband, Ronald Regan, become President in 1980. She was First Lady from 1981 until 1989. She did campaigns such as Drug-Free Youth and Adopt Grandparent Program. Lady Bird Johnson was another I was interested in. Born Claudia Alta Taylor in Texas on December 22, 1912. She ...
  • Hospital's Alcohol And Drug Rehabilitation Center
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    Betty Ford Betty Ford was born on April 8, 1918 in Chicago. She lived in Denver and Chicago and then moved to Grand Rapids when she was 2 years old. Her father was William S. Bloomer who working for the Royal Rubber Company and traveled, trying to get companies to buy their products. Her mother was HortenseNeahr Bloomer who constantly wrote letters to her husband. She had two older brothers, Bill and Bob. Bill was 7 years older and Bob was 5 years older. Every summer they went up to their cottag...
  • Betty Smith
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    Betty Smith Betty Smith was born Elisabeth Wehner on December 15, 1896. The daughter of German immigrants, she grew up poor in Brooklyn, a world where she re-creates in " A Tree Grows in Brooklyn". Wehner later on married fellow Brooklyn ite George H.E. Smith, where they moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he was a law student at the University of Michigan. The bride son had two daughters, Nancy and Mary, and had to wait until the girls entered school before endeavoring to complete her own educa...
  • Sethe And Aunt Betty
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    Throughout the book Beloved by Toni Morrison and the slave narrative of Aunt Betty's story, the significance of the roles of the main characters as women, their strive for their freedom from the era of slavery, the memory's and '; that serve as a reminder to Aunt Betty and a haunting past to Sethe help to shape their character and further their generations by coming to grips with the past in order to move forward. The ultimate importance of Toni Morrison's work in Beloved in contrast to the real...
  • Love John Proctor
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    1.) 2.) Thomas Putnam is a bitter man because he is a well-to-do, handed landowner, near fifty. He was a man with many grievances, at least one of which appears justified. Some time before his wife's brother-in-law had been turned down as minister of Salem. Thomas Putnam was a eldest son of the richest man in the village. He fought the Indians at the Narragansett, and was deeply interested in the parish affairs. He undoubtedly felt it poor payment that the village should so blatantly disregard t...
  • Barney And Betty Hill
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    Returning to their New Hampshire home, Barney and Betty Hill had the worst time adjusting to the "invasion". Barney began smoking and Betty began to hallucinating. 3 weeks later Barney was on the verge of getting fired from his assistant supervisor job because he constantly got high in the workplace. He also began hallucinating about small martians speaking to him and telling him that everyone in their town are secret F.B.I. Agents and are out to get him and his wife. Also, that it would be a go...
  • Moody 1 B Another Right
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    1 a) Some right that Betty is not in titled to are, that she is not allowed to express herself and express her opinions which means she can't express herself by what she wears or what she does with out getting beaten by Moody 1 b) Another right is, that she has her own right to be a national list, which means she has the right to choose what nationality she wants to be. Whether that be Iranian or American, in america the woman has her rights and the man has his right but in Iran the man has all ...
  • New Betty
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    Pleasantville. A world of black and white, conformity, where everyone is happy and wholesome, and the school basketball team never lose a game. In amongst all this is Betty Parker, a stereotype housewife who comes to learn that there is more to life than cooking and cleaning. Before the arrival of Jennifer and David and (all the changes that come with them, ) Betty was a conservative, subservient housewife who accepted everything for what it was. She spent her days cleaning the house and cooking...
  • Devil And Abigail And Betty
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    Arthur Miller, the author of the play "The Crucible" was born in 1915 in New York. He is one of the most well know Playwrights of his time. He is most well know for his play "Death of a Salesman" for which he won the Pulitzer Prize in 1949. "The Crucible", which is also a well know play of Miller's, was written to "Explore the threshold between individual gilt and mass hysteria, personal spite and collective evil". The Crucible is a historic play based on the Witchcraft trials at Salem. The stor...
  • 4 Betty Friedan
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    1.) Betty Friedan, Her Life 2.) Born, February 4, 1921 3.) Betty was born at the beginning of the decade of change, coincidentally one year after the 19th Amendment was passed, giving women the right to vote. The twenties were years of carefree living. Women were cutting their hair, shortening hemlines, and driving, now that the automobile was available. Her parents, Harry and Miriam Goldstein were very active in the jewish community and fairly wealthy. Betty grew up privileged with butlers and ...

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