He liked the way she had her hair arranged, wondered if it was brilliantine that made it glisten so. He closed his eyes, opened them and looked again.
Using ethos, this story draws its appeal mainly from character development. Warren danced the next full dance with Bernice, and finally, thankful for the intermission, he led her to a table on the veranda.
Having decided this, Marjorie said good night. One from the Heart feels like a film made by someone who knows an awful lot about movies, but not much about life. Bernice is a socially awkward intellectual and a definite party pooper, so thinks her cousin Majorie.
When I think of that gorgeous coloring wasted on such a ninny, and think what Martha Carey could do with it—oh! II When Marjorie and Bernice reached home at half after midnight they said good night at the top of the stairs. Though he was imprisoned and condemned for homosexuality and his extravagant lifestyle, Wilde became an admired cult figure in the s.
Perhaps boys prefer her company to that of the butterflies with whom they dance a dozen times an evening, but youth in this jazz-nourished generation is temperamentally restless, and the idea of fox-trotting more than one full fox trot with the same girl is distasteful, not to say odious.
Marjorie seemed absorbed in her letter and continued writing. She had not talked about the weather or Eau Claire or automobiles or her school, but had confined her conversation to me, you, and us.
Bernice was again dancing with the visiting boy. But Bernice had had no intention of sneering. From The Godfather to Apocalypse Now, Coppola seemed to willfully perpetuate the image of himself as the wild cannon maverick who could pull a masterpiece out of the ashes of months of troubled production rumors and bad press.
Even when Charley Paulson cut in for the eighth time she had simulated delight and had apparently been both interested and flattered.
But a few minutes before she fell asleep a rebellious thought was churning drowsily in her brain—after all, it was she who had done it. When she reappeared he would demand where she had been—would be told emphatically that it was none of his business.
Bernice admitted it by bursting into tears. The main function of the balcony was critical. What a pity she was so sure of him! First, using tone and description, Fitzgerald offers readers a glimpse of how young girls and women in general are regarded in that society. I figured that this short story collection might be the usual glitz and glamour; however, I was so pleased with many of the unique, imaginative tales Fitzgerald puts together.
In The Towering Inferno Paul Newman says of the smoldering shell of the skyscraper that needlessly took the lives of so many: John Unger attends one of the richest prep schools in the world with classmate, Percy Washington.
That her family were the wealthiest in Eau Claire; that her mother entertained tremendously, gave little diners for her daughter before all dances and bought her a car of her own to drive round in, never occurred to her as factors in her home-town social success.
This is a club. She was merely nervous. Funny—Charley seldom danced with more than three girls an evening. Every one knew that as soon as Jim managed to hold a job for more than two months she would marry him.
First you have no ease of manner. Bernice paused before she threw her hand-grenade. Bernice had bought the red dress, though she had never valued it highly before Marjorie dug it out of her trunk—and her own voice had said the words, her own lips had smiled, her own feet had danced.
The only trouble was that about midnight I ran short of talk. II When Marjorie and Bernice reached home at half after midnight they said good night at the top of the stairs. Fitzgerald begins to generate this appeal when Bernice expresses a desire to be liked.
As we might expect, Bernice soon becomes the talk of the boys, with Majorie a bit taken back and somewhat envious.Bernice Bobs Her Hair, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s satirically comic, finely observed short story about feminine identity in the emergent jazz-age, can be read in less time than it takes to watch this exceptional made-for-TV short film adaptation.A movie clocking in at a little over 48 minutes, Bernice Bobs Her Hair is a disarmingly witty little film that offers.
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BERNICE BOBS HER HAIR A Classic American Short Story by F. Scott Fitzgerald After dark on Saturday night one could stand on the first tee of the golf-course and see the country-club windows as a yellow expanse over a very black and wavy ocean.
The waves of this ocean, so to speak, were the heads.Download