Nellie Bly


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Noun1.Nellie Bly - muckraking United States journalist who exposed bad conditions in mental institutions (1867-1922)
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1890 - American journalist Nellie Bly completes her famous journey around the world in 72 days.
Nellie Bly first came to national fame in 1887 by feigning insanity to get the inside story on New York lunatic asylums.
1889 14 NOVEMBER Journalist Nellie Bly went around the world in less than 80 days.
Ambitious and naive, Charlotte wants to be the next Nellie Bly.
This time around, Mara is going to go snooping around again as she portrays real-life reporter from the 1880s, Nellie Bly, in a yet-to-be-titled series, according to (http://www.
Journalist Nellie Bly stands quietly at a podium looking down at pen and paper, describing the inset image of cruelly mistreated patients in a mental hospital.
La obra se inscribe en la tradicion de los trabajos de dos celebres periodistas: la norteamericana Nellie Bly (1864-1922), autora de Diez dias en un manicomio, y el aleman Gunter Wallraff (1942), especialista en periodismo de investigacion y autor de 13 Reportajes Indeseables.
With numerous breakout sections on such topics as crusading reporter Nellie Bly, "The Opera House War" and an all-female stolen-goods ring, it's a fascinating history lesson as well.
With a little assistance from some "hypno-glass" and fellow fair-goers Alexander Graham Bell and a young Nellie Bly, the dangerous repercussions of shifted time are slowly set to rights.
Se es mujer cuando se forja camino como Nellie Bly pionera del periodismo de accion; cuando se vive como Emily Dickinson de quien afirma; "En puntas de pie habia vivido, y en puntas de pie escribio".
everyone Wednesday July 8 - The Adventures of Nellie Bly is a one-woman overview of the life of daredevil reporter Nellie Bly, with songs and piano - from 8pm at the Garrick Studio.
Elena Garro con su exploracion sobre la carcel de mujeres es, sin lugar a dudas, nuestra Nellie Bly (periodista estadunidense que en 1887 se dio a conocer entre el gran publico al hacerse internar en un manicomio de su pais).