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Myths and heroes : How can Marilyn Monroe represent a myth?

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A myth is a traditional story concerning the early history of a people or explaining a natural o social phenomenon, and typically involving supernatural beings or events. A hero in mythology and folklore is a person of superhuman qualities who is admired for his/her courage or outstanding achievements. It is the case of Marilyn Monroe that is an eternal myth, the ideal of beauty! So we can wonder of how Marilyn Monroe represents a myth? In the United States, Marilyn Monroe is one of these icons: she was blond, beautiful and especially known. She became a glamorous icon and stays always at present one of the canons of beauty of the post-war years. Indeed, Norma Jean Baker leads a modeling career and later,she started in the cinema. Pure product of Hollywood and talented actress, she scored her period and she became an eternal star. The myth that she represents, her tragic end,and finally thirty films shot justify the image of Marilyn Monroe that remains one of the most popular actresses of all time. The young woman represents then the talent, the glory and the beauty. Known for his indisputable and universal beauty, Marilyn Monroe remains a myth in the eyes of all. She is the image of the beauty, the aestheticism... It seems that the pulpy and blond icon,more worshipped for its plastic art and its irresistible charm which for her talent and her personality gave way to an artist recognized as exceptional Marylin Monroe is the pure beauty that the time was not able to replace. She laughs at her size 44 has a cheerful charm, a plunging neckline and represents the perfect mistress of every man. She represents even today the ideal of the timeless beauty


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