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    The Cult of Personality In this day and age the cult of celebrity has become more widespread than ever before, even though the interest in the famous or Gods goes back to ancient times. The cult of personality and the cult celebrity have established into the same meaning over time. This global concern called the cult of celebrity is defined as the fascination and influence of following famous people’s lives treating them as modern gods. Many celebrities are simply famous for being famous, which

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    because that doesn’t always define a person, however, that’s how some people are judged upon. People made fun of because of their appearance are treated unfairly and sometimes seek out things like plastic surgery to cope with their problems sort of like Heidi. Others want to look like a certain famous person and put forth all their effort into duplicating someone else when they should just be themselves. With today's obscure state of mind it's hard to imagine if the truth about beauty will ever be uncovered

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    The Negative Effects Media has on Teenagers Regarding Body Image Imagine a young teenage girl walking in the mall and sees Victoria’s Secret’s advertisement introducing the new T-shirt bra and stops to take a look. Alessandra Ambrosio is on the wall and she looks beautiful. The smell of pretzels from across the store makes her stomach rumble, reminding her how hungry she is. The mere thought of not having a slim waist and small thighs like celebrities now a days has kept her from eating. She then

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    Laws against the Paparazzi Frenzy

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    Imagine yourself rich and famous, living the modern American Dream. Now, imagine constantly being stalked by a herd of random strangers bombarding you with cameras. Over the years, the paparazzi have sought scandals from celebrities in order to receive money. In the process, they have stripped thousands of celebrities from their privacy rights. According to the 2006 blog, “The Digital Paparazzi”, there have been 1,360 different events between the years of 1999 and 2010 involving the intrusive photographers

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    For example, an ex-reality television star Heidi Montag from the popular reality television show called ‘The Hills’, she and her husband Spencer Pratt have supposedly called gossip magazines on what is going on with their lives and supposedly their truth on what really happened between Montag and Montag’s ex best friend Lauren Conrad a famous fashion designer. A writer named Jamie E. Nordhaus wrote a book called Celebrities’

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    Dependence to Independence in Hills Like White Elephants In Ernest Hemingway’s “Hills Like White Elephants,” the lives of Jig and the American, the main characters, are put on display for a brief period of time.  Jig and the man have had a romantic relationship for quite some time, and now their future together is in jeopardy.  The impregnation of Jig has caused the American to pressure her into getting an abortion.  We find these two individuals in the Valley of the Ebro.  Traveling from Barcelona

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    negative viewpoint. Alyssa Giacobbe, Globe correspondent for The Boston Globe, in her article "Youth, Beauty, and An Obsession With Looks" (2010), analyzes the truth behind perfecting beauty and what it has come to. Giacobbe develops her thesis by using Heidi Montag's frenzy with plastic surgery as an example to why people starve for that "specific" look. The author's purpose is to outline the "enduring hypocrisy surrounding the subject" (paragraph 10 in “Youth, Beauty and An Obsession With Looks”) in order

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    scene through the thirty years of lost hope and aspiration of equality. As relationships, friendships, and careers get in the way, Heidi finds herself lost and yearning for a better future. In The Heidi Chronicles, Wendy Wasserstein portrays the struggle of feminism through the 1960’s, 1970’s, and 1980’s as Heidi’s friends pass through the movement as a trend, leaving Heidi feeling stranded, and showing how women differ in success to fulfill their lives than men. Parallel to Heidi’s life in the play

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    The Heidi Chronicles

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    “The Heidi Chronicles” by Wendy Wasserstein kept my interest so much that I could not put it down until I was to the last page. I liked how the issue of sexuality played a role along with the issue of feminist goals in this play. I believe they complimented one another in that both groups strive for equal right among the majority. For example when Peter starts to march with the other women from the Art Institute. It shows that he is standing for a cause the effects another minority group in our society:

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    Shortage of Books ”I’ve always said poetry and tears, poetry and suicide and crying and awful feelings, poetry and sickness; all that mush!” exclaimed Mrs. Bowles to Montag in Ray Bradbury’s book Fahrenheit 451 (103). Mrs. Bowles thinks written words can make an individual really gloomy and disconsolate. Because the goal of this society is to always be satisfied, and to stay satisfied people watch TV, made up stories, which never makes them think or wonder, that is why Mrs. Bowles is convinced that

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