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My newest story which I read is the Cinderella Man. It is a real story about Jim Braddock’s life. He had a very unique life. His story talked about the essential questions such as love, job and fight. These three things preserved him. I admire Jim Braddock because he was able to be alive in every circumstance.
First of all, he had a beautiful family. His wife Mae was fond of him. They met in childhood. They had three children. Mae did not like Jim’s job because of the…
Cinderella Man was a really great movie. It really focuses on how even though before the Depression, life was good, and how men would do anything for their families. Jimmy was a very well known boxer before the Depression hit. Then, his hand broke and after a mediocre fight, his boss decided to revoke his boxing license. Money started to get really tight and the power was even shut off. Despite the struggles, Jimmy found a way through perseverance, to fight back, literally and get…
Politically Correct Cinderella
We all know the story about Cinderella who starts out by being simple farm girl. And of course we also know the evil stepmother and stepsisters, and the fairy good mother. We also know about the ending where Cinderella gets the beautiful prince and they lived happily ever after. There is also another version of the story. Politically Correct Cinderella is the funnier and modern parody of the Traditional Cinderella story. Politically Correct Cinderella written by James…
union, association, or friendship. A relationship normally consists of a man and a woman, a parent and child, or relatives and friends. Other individuals who are out of a relationship will try to jeopardize others because of their insecurities or jealousy. In “Cinderella,” “Girl,” and “Barbie Doll” the main characters’ relationships have a positive or negative outcome on their lives that will lead to wisdom or sorrow.
In Cinderella by Anne Sexton, the speaker portrays a well known fairy tale story about…
Ever After: A Cinderella Story is a 1998 film inspired by the fairy tale Cinderella, directed by Andy Tennant and starring Drew Barrymore, Anjelica Huston and Dougray Scott. The screenplay is written by Tennant, Susannah Grant, and Rick Parks. The original music score is composed by George Fenton. The film's closing theme song "Put Your Arms Around Me" is performed by the rock band Texas.
The usual pantomime and comic/supernatural elements…
February 9, 2015
In the movie Cinderella Man the Braddock family went through a lot of trials and tribulations. James “Jimmy” Braddock was an avid boxer also Irish, Mae was his wife they had three beautiful kids together. Four years into the depression, they were having some trouble paying their bills because Mae didn’t work an Jim wasn’t getting a lot of fights so he was working odds and ends jobs but it just wasn’t cutting it. Not…
A Ladys Maid and Cinderella
The Lady’s Maid and Cinderella: Two Similar Storylines
Children’s stories are often simple, with loveable characters and a feel-good ending. However, these simple plots sometimes have an underlying meaning that may be the basis for adult stories with social, intellectual, or emotional themes. For example, The Wizard of Oz, by L. Frank Baum, is not only about a girl who is looking for the way home who meets some charming friends along the way. It was written as…
12 November 2014
There are many similarities between the short story “A Piece of Steak” and “Cinderella
Man”. For example, the first reason is they’re both professional fighters who are in a bad
situation money wise. They also have similar personality traits. In “A Piece of Steak”, Its says
“...he had harmed no one. Nor had he ever been known to pick a quarrel. He was a professional,
and all the fighting brutishness of him was reserved for his profession appearances…
our kids. The impact of childhood fairy tales carries on in our adult lives, and even fabricate into our morals and values in today’s society.
Yet, as we grow older, why does is seem so obvious that the basic fundamentals of fairy tales, like Cinderella and Snow White, appear in our everyday life as adults? Fairy tales have more of an effect, both positive and negative, on society than we tend to believe. One of the most prominent affects that childhood fairy tales has on society, is the appeal…
Unit 3: Key questions
“Cinderella man” is a film that has inspired many but bought great strength into those individuals who felt the pain of being poor but with determination and a supportive family has pulled themselves up. It is a story about boxer named James I. Braddock who is struggling to feed his family during the period of great depression. Unfortunately he breaks his left hand and is no longer allowed to fight in the ring. Therefore in order to support his family he does manual labor…