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The New Woman's New Look Logo - The new fashion of the 1920s wasn't just a matter of fashion. It spoke of women's newfound freedom of expression as well as a larger revolution in the society at large

The shifting role and position of women in society was one of the big changes of the 1920s. The way women chose to present themselves and their looks is the mirror of an evolution that goes far beyond mere fashion

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GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama - Characters Speaks Series

A series of diaries where the main characters form Give in to the Feeling tell about themselves and their feeling. 
There are things the characters never revealed in the story. Come discover them

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AtoZ Challenge Theme Reveal Blogfest Day 2017

Everyone knows a film noir when they see it, right? It is something so characteristic and so ingrain in our aesthetic sense that we don’t even think about it.
Still, film noir is one of the most slippery, blurry, ethereal subjects of the film industry. Nobody can even agree on what exactly film noir is. And to make things worse, no director, in the classic time of film noir, ever decided to make a ‘film noir’ since the concept didn’t even exist back then.

A – America
B – Berlin
C – Chiaroscuro
D – Damaged Hero
E – Expressionism
F – Femme Fatale
G – Genre
H – Hard Boiled
I – Innuendo
J – Jazz
K – Killers
L – Law
M – Masculinity

N – Neo Noir
O – Obsession
P – Psychoanalysis
Q – Quotes
R – Resourcefulness
S – Suspense
T – Transgression
U – Urban Setting
V – Veterans
W – World War II
X – Xenos
Y – Years 1940s
Z – Zeitgeist

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AtoZ Theme Reaveal Day 2016

AtoZ Challenge Theme Reveal Blogfest Day 2016

Many people don’t realise (I certainly didn’t before I started researching) that jazz had a huge impact on 1920s America (and partly Europe). There’s a reason why the 1920s are also called the Jazz Age – and not just because jazz was the most popular music of the time. As Ogren thoroughly exposes in her book, jazz was the expression of a profound change in the American society of the time, but it was also part of the cause.

JAZZ AGE JAZZ

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AtoZ Theme Reveals 2015 logo - this is the day to reveal your theme for the AtoZ Challenge

The Great and Powerful AtoZ Theme Reaveal Blogfest 2015

Many people don’t realise (I certainly didn’t before I started researching) that jazz had a huge impact on 1920s America (and partly Europe). There’s a reason why the 1920s are also called the Jazz Age – and not just because jazz was the most popular music of the time. As Ogren thoroughly exposes in her book, jazz was the expression of a profound change in the American society of the time, but it was also part of the cause.

THE ROARING TWENTIES