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Welcome to Random Roleswherein we talk to actors about the characters who defined their careers. But the role he will forever be tied to is to that of Bobby, the youngest son of the Ewing oil clan in Dallas. The current season of Dallas 2.
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Scott Duffy Thompson. He retired from the Army in November of at the rank of Major. Scott has several reasons for participating in this challenge.
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Scarlett Byrne may have shot to fame as Draco Malfoy's friend Pansy Parkinson in "Harry Potter," but she's ready to take on more racier roles. The former child star, who is now 26, posed naked for Playboy magazine -- and she shared the cheeky snap on Instagram. I penned a short essay along with my pictorial titled, "The Feminist Mystique".
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Previous scholarship on Carol Ann Duffy has focused on the enactment of humor in her poetry as a useful vehicle for feminist subversion, but the effects of women's laughter have not been scrutinized in critical terms. My argument takes up "The Laughter of Stafford Girls' High" in Feminine Gospels to explore how women's laughter arises and spreads, and what it reveals. By tracking the ways in which women's laughter frustrates the masculinist discourse and enacts the feminist order, this essay will demonstrate how Duffy imagines a transformative space of laughter. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.