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  • Young Social Studies Teacher
    568 words
    A young man dresses in Dockers and a freshly starched shirt enters a large room filled with about Twenty-eight people eagerly awaiting his arrival. As he proceeds into the room, the young man exchanges a nervous smile with those in attendance; the room soon falls silent. Although the silence was only for a few moments, it felt as if it were an eternity for all in the room. The young man who nervously introduces himself, and begins to describe his reason for attending breaks the dead silence. Hel...
  • Every Picture
    409 words
    My Heaven on Earth I have this special room in my home, I can go to when I want to repose, or lose myself in a deep slumber. I can watch the sunset complement my bedroom with its gentle light, commending the color scheme, flowing through. Just occupying a space of mine brings me a special sort of self-satisfaction. I sit and reminisce about the times my mother and I painted the walls, the new linens, and bedding I have hung In addition, laid on my bed, or the pictures I have placed in their own ...
  • Back To My First Bedroom
    475 words
    My First Bedroom All my life I had shared a bedroom with my siblings. First, I had to share a bedroom with my brother, because we lived in a two-bedroom apartment. A few years later my sister was born. By then, we have moved into a three-bedroom apartment, so my brother got his own room and I had to share with my little sister. Nine years later the last member of the family was born, another kid sister. Therefore, I ended up with two roommates. I wanted my own bedroom so bad that I was always co...
  • Creatively Aspiring Woman In A Room
    719 words
    With a fair amount of confusion and lack of clarity, I was able to collect enough information from Virginia Woolf's book, A Room of One's Own, to end up with the overall theme and point to her work. Woolf's ideas were definitely revolutionary for the 1920's and are rightfully revisited in our educational efforts in the 1990's. Woolf saw our society differently than most women of her time. Women were mostly preoccupied with their current roles in the community and unable to pursue other areas of ...
  • De Beauvoir And Woolf
    1,371 words
    A Room of One's Own Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own broke new territory in suggesting that the reason there were very few acknowledged women's writers at this time was because women lead hard lives in comparison to men and that the conditions needed to produce women writers was not conducive for them at this time. Her response was that for women to write literature they must have a room of their own, both literarily and symbolically. This entailed real space and privacy for women to write i...
  • Shakespeare's Sister
    338 words
    Hundreds of years ago, an unconscious culture diseased the female population. Similar to Shakespeare's sister, women were conditioned to conform to a feminine ideology. This concept of femininity spread through out the country essentially defining the nature of a woman and robbing them of their innate sense of self. While women may have dreamed about the day when their creative spirit could be unleashed, those dreams were quickly interrupted by the powerful grasp of male dominance. By repressing...

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