"Bernice Bobs Her Hair" by F. Scott Fitzgerald teaches a very important lesson about superficial popularity, and the cruel pressures which demand that individuals conform to the standards of a social set. It was interesting to watch the development of the main character, a quiet, passive person who longed for popularity, then found it, then lost it, and finally became strong and independent. The story is about an eighteen-year old girl named Bernice who is
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for Bernice - and it carried consequences."
"Bernice Bobs Her Hair" is an example of a good short story, because the author effectively uses plot, character, setting, point of view, and literary devices to support the theme. I enjoyed this story more than any of the others I have read, because the theme about superficial popularity and social acceptance is very pertinent. I can see many qualities of the characters in people that I know.