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05-24-2005, 06:07 PM
A Girl of the Streets was ground breaking for representing all that that was during that time period. Irish immigrants came looking for Salvation and found turmoil. Maggie’s character grows looking for salvation from the mud pit in which she was raised in, and finds nothing but more trouble. The following of Maggie through her growth was something i was fond of, it showed every last breath of her innocence, her confusion and distress in her “relationship” consisting of her admiring and envying Pete until the very collapse of all her morale. Her death in the end, while rough it was a rough transition compositionally, was incredibly fitting.

03-31-2008, 07:19 PM
Very well said.