Writing a biography about your mother
Songs My Mother Taught Me by Marlon BrandoOh I am a big Marlon Brando fan but hes always been such a mystery to me. And for a long time knowing that there was a bio written by him was just enough. The thought of reading it one day was enough. But recently I decided that I had waited long enough. I needed to break the ice and really know this man.
Marlon Brando was something else. Close to fearless, conniving, even cruel but so complex. He had countless women fawning over him, but for some reason he never treated them all that well. Theres a lot of psychological issues that go into his issues with women, but I think these issues made him weary and never really allowed him to fall in love or open himself up completely.
He was ridiculously beautiful in his prime, dangerously charming and a man that was no stranger to getting what he wanted. He despised acting, the very thing that made the world fall in love with him, and in a way, he seemed to resent that love. A very complicated man indeed.
As a child he had a very troubled relationship with his father which would continue in his later years. He was man who adored his mother despite not being much of a mother to him in the first place. She might just be the only person he ever truly loved. Marlon Brando is no farce. Hes every inch of what the public see. Extremely witty , sarcastic and mysterious. Attributes that made him irresistible. He has always been rebellious. Examples come to mind when he rode a motorbike in school and got expelled. Yup. Figure Marlon Brando to do just that.
He talks about those affairs, friends and those he disliked, some more discreetly than others, but one thing he does not talk about are any of his wives and his children. I respect him for it.
Even when I think of his story I cant help but smile. He was a you - see - what - you - get and dont - fuck - with - me kind of guy. What makes this book so memorable is his distinctive voice. Marlon seems too look back on life with a lot of humour. Sure at times the bitterness creeps up in his voice but theres a lot of happiness, irony and good times there. He lived life the way he wanted to. Theres no denying that. He was one of the first actors who didnt compromise, who wasnt pushed around but stood his ground. He was a tough guy and a hell of a actor. That made him one heck of a commodity. Lets just say Marlon Brando is not a legend without reason.
Write a paragraph on"My Mother".
Mini biography of my mother
It knows no law, no pity, it dares all things and crushes down remorselessly all that stands in its path- Agatha Christie. Even though I grow old by the passing second, to my mother I will forever be her little girl. My mother is the most important person in my life. I cannot explain it, but when she is around I feel safe and happy. This is because my mother is very sincere and trustworthy. Never once in my life have I ever heard my mother tell a lie, without a concrete reason as to why she said it. The only time she told us a lie was to make us feel good whenever we were sad.
After her brothers' births, she resented her mother, who thereafter focused primarily on the brothers' needs. Kincaid later recalled,. Our family money remained the same, but there were more people to feed and to clothe, and so everything got sort of shortened, not only material things but emotional things. The good emotional things, I got a short end of that. But then I got more of things I didn't have, like a certain kind of cruelty and neglect.
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From an essay first published in the January issue of Shufu to seikatsu Homemaker's Life , a Japanese women's magazine 1. My mother, whose name is Ichi, was born in the twenty-eighth year of the Meiji era and hence is now close to eighty. She lives a quiet life in the suburbs of Tokyo. She raised eight children of her own and adopted and raised two other children from outside. Now that her sons have families of their own and her only daughter has also married, she can boast a total of thirteen grandchildren. She is a very simple woman without any education, but she succeeded in raising all of her children in good health.