Eyebrow raised defiantly, arm propped on one jutting hip, Eloise is a study in self-confidence. Eloise's personal mandate is "Getting bored is not allowed," so she fills her days to the brim with wild adventures and self-imposed responsibilities. An average Eloise afternoon includes braiding her pet turtle's ears, ordering "one roast-beef bone, one raisin and seven spoons" from room service, and devising innovative methods of torture for her guardians. Eloise's exploits are non-stop, and--accordingly--the text uses nary a period.
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Back in the day it seemed like Eloise, the child who fictionally resided in The Plaza, lived the life. That majestic little latchkey monster got to order beers from room service, feed lawyers rubber candy , saw open dolls , and terrorize debutantes, plus she had a PET TURTLE. Eloise was a baller, and now she's getting her own show at the New York-Historical Society. Starting June 30th, the exhibition "Eloise at the Museum" will showcase memorabilia, manuscript pages, sketchbooks, dolls, and other objects that help define the collaboration between Kay Thompson, who authored the Eloise books, and Hilary Knight, who illustrated them. Highlights include unpublished illustrations from Eloise in Paris and Knight's original portrait of Eloise, which hung in the Plaza until it disappeared, then reappeared in the s.