Hairstyles of the Fifties and Sixties Women wore their hair either soft and curled or pulled into a ponytail and secured by a colorful scarf. Men often wore their hair in a buzz cut or flat top.
The Duck Tail To accomplish this look, lots of hair grease was required. In this case, a little dab ain't “gonna do ya.” This is where the term “greasers” was first established. There were no blow dryers to create a look. To make hair stay in a certain style, you had to either spray or grease.
Fashion of the Early 1960s This look was made popular in the 1950s and continued through the early 60s. A poodle skirt is a wide swing skirt with a poodle appliquéd or transferred onto the fabric.
Girls usually wore flared skirts, but the pencil skirt became popular in the late ‘50s. All dresses and skirts came to or below the knee.
Men’s Fashion For casual dress, men often wore cardigans (sweaters) over their dress shirts. The cardigan sweater seen here was a popular style which was used for the "letter" sweater-popular among the younger men and athletes.
Great Expectations by Charles Dickens This is the story of Pip, an orphan boy adopted by a blacksmith’s family. Pip learns how to find happiness. He learns the meaning of friendship and the meaning of love and he becomes a better person for it.
Elvis Elvis Presley was one of the most popular American singers of the 20th century. A cultural icon, he is widely known by the single name Elvis. He is often referred to as the "King of Rock and Roll" or simply "the King".
Analysis of Nothing Gold Can Stay This simplistic, beautiful poem illustrates the coming of age with plants and nature. When your young your gold. Every thing is new and beautiful. The flower. After a short time, hence “But only so an hour.”, you prepare for adulthood, like when “Leaf subsides to leaf,” as a tree prepares itself for winter. “So Eden sank to grief.” refers to looking back on your past and wishing you were still a kid. “So dawn goes down to day,” is becoming an adult. You can’t stay a kid and “Nothing gold can stay.” http://www.eliteskills.com/c/13186 | Posted on 2010-10-14 | by a guest Nothing Gold Can Stay Nature's first green is gold Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf's a flower; But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay.