Her name is Miss Bobbit and although she is only a child, everyone who knew her addressed her as Miss Bobbit because “she had a certain magic, whatever she did she did it with completeness, and so directly , so solemnly, that there was nothing to do but accept it”. When she introduced herself as Miss Bobbit people would “snicker”, yet she was still known as Miss Bobbit. John Updike once said, “Dreams come true; without that possibility, nature would not incite us to have them”. This is just what Miss Bobbit believed. There was no stopping this young girl when she set her mind to The night of the ?show? in which many people the town were competing, Billy Bob told his friends and family that they must not Indigenous Man Native American ?applaud for anybody but Miss Bobbit?. After she performed, it was obvious that she had won everyone?s heart with her performance. After Manny Fox, the director who had to offer nothing but ?hearty promises?, skipped town, everyone who was expecting to hear back from Mr. Fox became heartbroken once they realized he had lied to them all. ?Finally, at the end of two weeks, it was Miss Bobbit who broke the spell?. She wrote out descriptions of Mr. Fox and sent them to many different cities. Eventually he was caught and arrested. This was still not enough for Miss Bobbit. She was determined to become a star. Miss Bobbit told the ?boys?
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to pull their money together and invest in her. ?The proposition was that they should pool their money and finance her trip to Hollywood; in return, they would get ten percent of her life?s earnings?. None of the boys wanted to do it but they could not refuse when Miss Bobbit looked at them. The day that Miss Bobbit was leaving to start a career and become a star, all the people who had once snickered at her came to say goodbye and wish her well. Indigenous Man Native American Within Miss Bobbit?s dreams and aspirations she found an opportunity and took advantage of it. Miss Bobbit changed everyone?s mind who once doubted her because she was so determined on reaching her dreams. The short stories of Truman Capote are connected to his childhood experiences in Alabama. Truman capote was an American born writer who wrote non- fiction, short stories, novels and plays. All of his literary works have been perceived as literary classics. The tones of some of his stories are slightly gothic.
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His most famous short story is Children on Their Birthdays. His work shows the occasional over writing, the twilit Gothic subject matter, and the masochistic uses of horror traditional in the fiction of the boy author ever since the eighteen-year-old Lewis wrote his Monk 150 years ago. But Capote has, in addition, an ability to control tone, an honest tenderness toward those of his characters he can understand. Even though he himself was a terrible student in school and only cared about his English classes. However, he wasn’t interested with school. So after graduating high school he decided to move back to New York and pursue a career in writing. Truman’s first job as a writer came when he was eighteen. Indigenous Man Native American He was to work at The New Yorker as a copyboy (www.teenreads.com). His early stories were published in Harper’ Bazaar. This helped to establish his literary reputation when he was in his twenties (Price v). Capote was never married and had no children. The one thing other than his writing that made Capote unique was the fact that he was homosexual. His partner of 35 years was Jack Dunphy, a gay novelist and playwright. Capote was quite the socialite. He established high-society friends. He also held fancy “Hollywood” type parties at studio 54. “Hollywood” type of parties meaning these parties there were filled of alcohol and fueled by many different types of drugs.