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  • Evita

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    Evita Stereotyping is a folly that almost everyone indulges in whether they realise it or not. Of course many try to stop this by educating themselves to be knowledgeable about worldly affairs but one can only equip oneself with so much information in ones lifetime. Cofer talks about the stereotype that follow Latino women no matter where they go. On the other hand, Eva Peron (Evita), portrays how Argentinean women can rise up in life and defeat the stereotype they face. Both Cofer and Evita have

  • Women In Films: User Or Victim?

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    Victim? Designed to prove that a woman can be anybody she desires to be, the legendary film, Evita, is now shown to millions of movie viewers. Alan Parker=s Evita is a reflection of the much-publicized images of two popular self-made heroines of different era, Evita and Madonna. The discussion of this essay will show us how these ladies got far and revered once by their followers. The life of Evita Peron is almost like a dramatization of a romantic fiction, about the tale of a young and poor

  • American Musicals

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    ... middle of paper ... ...c Theatre, New York, 17th October 1967 Shaftsbury Theatre, London, 27th September 1968 D - Jesus Christ Superstar Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York, 12th October 1971 Longacre Theatre, London, 23rd November 1977 E - Evita Prince Edward Theatre London, 21st June 1978 Broadway Theatre, New York, 25th September 1979 F - Les Miserables RSC’s Barbican Theatre London, 1985 Bibliography Acting out America Lahr J. (1972) Penguin Books American Musical Comedy - A Chronicle

  • Evita Peron

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    Evita Peron In 1949 the most familiar scene in Argentina was the one played out almost daily at the Ministry of Labor in Buenos Aires. There, under the glare of camera lights, a former radio star and movie actress, now the most powerful woman in South America, would enter her office past a crush of adoring, impoverished women and children. Evita Peron, the wife of President Juan Peron, would sit at her desk and begin one of the great rituals of Peronism, the political movement she and her husband

  • Evita Peron

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    Argentina's "dama de la esperanza," Eva Duarte de Peron, remains one of Latin America's most influential, and unforgettable women. From the moment Juan Domingo Peron became president of Argentina, Eva Peron was submerged in politics. "Evita" was Juan Domingo Peron's greatest ally. During her time as first lady of Argentina, she accomplished more for the "descamisados" than any other woman had ever managed to do. She served as his liaison to the working class as well as an activist for the feminist

  • Evita: Saint Or Sinner?

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    Evita: Saint or Sinner? The story of Eva Peron is a fascinating one . Evita, as she is known, enjoyed a rise to power like no other. The details of this ascension are often disputed, making Santa Evita's tale all the more intriguing. . . Maria Eva Duarte was born on May 7, 1919,1 the fifth and youngest illegitimate child of Juan Duarte and his mistress, Juan Ibarguen. The week of her birth was known as Tragic Week, when the army massacred striking workers, perhaps a foreshadow of what was to come

  • Evita Perón: Spiritual Leader of Argentina

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    Dornbusch, Rüdiger, and Sebastian Edwards. The Macroeconomics of Populism in Latin America. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1991. Print. "El Terremoto De San Juan." Historia Del País. Web. 04 Mar. 2012. . Fraser, Nicholas, and Marysa Navarro. Evita. New York: W.W. Norton, 1996. Print. Mirkin, Gabe. "Eva Peron and Cervical Cancer." The Lancet, 3 June 2000. Web. 10 Mar. 2012. . Page, Joseph A. Perón, a Biography. New York: Random House, 1983. Print.

  • Santa Evita by Tomas Eloy Martinez

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    Santa Evita is not truly about her life, but the odyssey her body went through after her death. Through interviews of people who knew her, Evita is brought back to live through recounts of what they remembered of. Tomas Eloy Martinez’s forces his way into her life, not to refute the myths, but to have a better understanding of his country’s history of which Evita is so deeply ingrained within. In life Evita dedicated her life to aiding the poor, offering opportunities and changes to the lives of

  • María Eva 'Evita' Duarte Perón: A Radical in Argentina

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    foundation that they could depend on. Eva was one of the most influential women in Argentina’s history. Her legacy will live on in the lives of the people that she touched. Works Cited “Biography of María Eva “Evita” Perón.” Latin American History. N.p., n.d. Web. 9 May 2014. . “Evita.” History. N.p., n.d. Web. 9 May 2014. . “World Biography. ” Eva Perón Biography. N.p., n.d. Web. 9 May 2014. . “Eva Perón.” Eva Perón. N.p., n.d. Web. 9 May 2014. .

  • Argentina's Most Notable First Lady: Santa Evita

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    her work was cut short when she died young. Through her experience, influence, and prominence as Argentina’s most notable First Lady, Eva Peron, long after her death is still considered a champion of the poor. Maria Eva Ibarguren, called Eva or Evita later in her life, was born on May 7, 1919 in Los Toldos, Argentina. Eva was born with her mother’s surname due to the fact that her parents were not married. Her father was married to another woman, and Eva’s mother was his mistress, making Eva’s