"Through the characters of The House of Mirth, Edith Wharton brings to light the oppressive culture surrounding the aristocracy of the 1800s New York that Wharton was raised in, exploring not only the ways upper class society sexualized and objectified rich women but also criticizing the exclusive society's exploitation of the impoverished by peeling back the shrouded mask of New York aristocracy to reveal the venomous, repressive society beneath."
/writes an eternity-long sentence to conceal the fact that I'm talking out of my ass
yesterday we were playing Kahoot in government and this random girl said my nickname was dumb (not knowing it was me) so you know I had to go extra hard and I got every question right and got first place
who's dumb now sister?
"traditional clowning techniques such as miming, juggling, acrobats, and magic tricks"
all right well I actually took miming and acrobatics classes in elementary school (long story)
I can do miming and magic tricks
I can do somersaults and handsprings but I can always work on it
juggling can't be that hard