Maggie


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Maggie

rejected by brother, lover, mother, and neighbors. [Am. Lit.: Maggie: A Girl of the Streets, Magill I, 543–544]

Maggie

innocent girl, corrupted by slum environment, becomes a prostitute. [Am. Lit.: Maggie: A Girl of the Streets, Hart, 514]
References in classic literature ?
Terry O'Sullivan was a victorious Prince Charming, and Maggie Toole winged her first butterfly flight.
Terry O'Sullivan, with his entrancing bow, relinquished a pretty girl in blue to her partner and started back to find Maggie. Dempsey intercepted him in the middle of the floor.
Among these was Maggie. She looked about for her escort.
Maggie laid a hand on the bosom of her cheesecloth waist.
But Maggie was off, darting her zig-zag way through the maze of dancers.
It was remarkable how quickly Maggie's eyes could change from dull to a shining brown.
The invitation offered an agreeable distraction to Maggie's grief, and her tears gradually subsided as she trotted along by Luke's side to his pleasant cottage, which stood with its apple and pear trees, and with the added dignity of a lean-to pigsty, at the other end of the Mill fields.
That was a painful thought to Maggie, and she wished much that the subsequent history of the young man had not been left a blank.
The Labour politician visited the organisation's centre, founded by Dumfries native Maggie Jencks, at the capital's Western General Hospital.
Robin described his first experience as a tough one but a visit that changed his outlook on life, he was able to find out about the support available to him and his family, he attended various sessions at Maggie's and most importantly, he felt safe.
Those are ingredients for success that have served Maggie well.
"The Maggie Awards[R] Ceremony honors the best in media across consumer, trade, student and digital media," reports Catherine Upton, Maggie Awards[R] Chair.