Bonnie and Clyde
“You’ve read the story of Jesse James—Of how he lived and died; If your still in need Of something to read Here’s the story of Bonnie and Clyde.”(Bonnie Parker; cinetropic.com) After her father’s death, Bonnie Parker’s family packed up and headed off toward Cement City near Dallas. There she attended high school proving she wasn’t just another pretty face but someone with real intelligence. With her addiction to poetry, being a creative writer, an excellent student, and on top of that a spelling bee champion with a flair for the arts; she was no dumb blonde. Bonnie married too young while in high school at the tender age of age sixteen years old, to an “immature, rattle-brained husband”(crimelibrary.com), who would end up in the pen just but a year later. Lonely and depressed the young …show more content…
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