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    and a king called Nicola and Dean she had just given birth to a beautiful young princess called Chloe. There kingdom was holding a carnival for the newly born Princess. Everyone had their fanciest clothes to attend the carnival. The King and Queen had gotten Chloe into her new gown and when she got outside to the carnival they were attacked by ninjas, and they took Chloe. It was later figured out that the princess had special powers and that they could be used for good or bad. The Queen went in

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    part of her. A symbol that represented who she was. She was a dragon. Now, of course, the princess herself was not a dragon but she had a fiery soul. She got this from the dragon because it helped her get through anything that was troubling. For example, the time she had to work on a project with a knight at school. The knight was the most popular boy in the school. He was perfect in every way but the princess always liked people that she could relate with. She never thought of the knight as anything

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    On August 31, 1997, Princess Diana died in a fatal car crash while in Paris. Her funeral was held on September 6, 1997, at Westminster Abbey in London, England. Thousands of people attended, while many more watched from their homes. A few of her family members spoke great things about her; however, the eulogy her brother wrote shocked the millions that were watching. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary a eulogy is a commendatory oration or writing especially in honor of one deceased (Merriam-Webster

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    the prettiest can succeed by finding their true love? In the article “Cinderella and Princess Culture”, the author, Peggy Orenstein, believes that princess culture is detrimental to young girls. She believes these movies teach all the wrong lessons, like judging oneself based on looks rather than teaching them to live independently.

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    random act of kindness, with no expectation or reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you.” This quote shows why Princess Diana was known as a kind-hearted person. She overcame a lot of obstacles, as in the tragedy of her parents, her marriage, and the problems she faced as a Royal Princess. Princess Diana was a royal princess. “She was born July 1,1961 in Sandringham, United Kingdom”. When she was younger she attended Riddle worth Hall School and also a Health School

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    The Disney Princess

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    The Disney Princess COMM 440: Gender and Communication Cydney Linch, Fall 2012 The Disney Princess Gender seems to be a hot topic in our society; many people feel the pressure to conform to a specific gender stereotype without really being aware of what they are or their influences on our perception. So what is a gender role? A gender role is the overt expression of attitudes that indicate to others the degree of your maleness or femaleness. A common gender stereotype in our culture has been

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    The Disney Princess

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    It was the field trip we were waiting for all of fifth grade year; the annual trip to the local movie theatre to watch Disney’s latest princess in action. Permission slips were signed, tickets were bought, and popcorn was made. It was time out of class and the chance to sit by my personal Prince Charming for two hours. We watched the highly anticipated Tangled, and I loved every minute of it. The curtains closed and the buses pulled up as it was time to return to the hardships of elementary school

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    Disney Princess

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    Cinderella Ate My Daughter: Dispatches from the Front Lines of the New Girlie-Girl Culture, Peggy Orenstein often mentions her aversion to the overly feminine princess themed items that constantly surround her. One particular kind of product seemed to stand out to her more than others: the princess costumes. In the chapter,

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    the author has a bigger purpose than just enhancing their story. The authors of “The Sniper”, Liam O'Flaherty, and “The Princess and the Tin Box”, James Thurber, utilize situational irony to present the moral of each story. Thurber uses situational irony in “The Princess and the Tin Box” to mock how decisions made by princesses in fairy tales are illogical. On the princess’ eighteenth birthday, her father commands that she would choose the best gift amongst five princes, and marry the prince

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    In the novel, Dealing With Dragons, by Patricia C. Wrede, Princess Cimorene was justified in dismissing the social standards of her day because in the novel, she escapes from her previous life as a proper princess, to soon enjoy her new life as princess to the King of Dragons, as well as saving their kind from corruption by the dragon, Woraug, and the wizards. At the beginning of the novel, Cimorene is shown disregarding the activities that her parents allow her to do. The activities chosen for

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