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    two women who have conquered most obstacles they’ve faced and, in addition, forced the music industry to become more of a female friendly environment. Those two women are Madonna and Brittany Spears. Madonna is an artist that most Americans are very familiar with. From rudeness to charity, she is always in the public eye. Madonna took women and sex through a quantum leap and her unique style and flair has been imprinted on pop culture forever. Besides creating major trends in music she was responsible

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    Madonna

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    Madonna is one of the most recognizable female artist and performer in the world. She has inspired so many people, not just fans. Madonna’s career hit sky-high when debuting her first 3 albums. She faced many challenges, but learned how to get through them. She is not just a phenomenal artist, but she is a phenomenal dancer. Madonna was born in Bay City, Michigan on August 16, 1958. Her born name, Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone, was inherited from her mother, Madonna Louise Fortin, although they

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    Madonna

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    Madonna Madonna was born on August 16, 1958, in the city of Bay City, located in the state of Michigan. Her real birth name is Madonna Louise Ciccone. However, most people know her as simply Madonna. She is known as a controversial singer, actress, dancer, songwriter, and became one of America's biggest and well- known stars in the late 1980s. Madonna's assertive behavior, outspoken personality, and aggressive acts of sexuality, along with her great efforts to push back the borders of the

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    Wayside Madonna

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    Wayside Madonna is an oil painting on canvas by Edith Catlin Phelps. It was painted around 1939. Painted in southern California, it is a genre painting that is part of the regionalism movement but also has a religious subject. This painting is currently part of the permanent collection at Bowers Museum in Santa Ana, California. Phelps's oil painting Wayside Madonna ultimately focuses on the lady in the foreground, providing a narrative about southern California culture, and places an emphasis on

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    Madonna: An American Icon

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    incomparable dance routines. She is an icon. She is Madonna. History has never seen a cultural figure with as much controversy or flair for the dramatic as Madonna, nor will history ever see such a figure. Madonna’s name is recognized by everyone, as is evidenced in a survey taken of fifty people of varying ages (shown below). These facts alone are enough to engrave her name in pop culture history, but the making of an icon does not stop there. Madonna is the quintessential example of an American

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    MTV and The Madonna Phenomenon "Madonna's intuitive grasp on the televisual world in which we live- of the medium's possibilities for engaging spectators in diverse ways- that in part accounts for her success. She is the supreme television heroine." (E. Ann Kaplan 271) "What are the main theories which we have studied so far and how have they affected how you view television?"-This is the question which this paper is supposed to answer. Obviously there is not enough time or space in which to discuss

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    strong and interesting personality. My choice, therefore, became Madonna. Why? I chose Madonna because she is a strong, hard-working and ambitious woman. She has also caused a lot of controversy with many of her choices over the years of her career and this makes for an interesting mix of personality traits to analyze. Many of the things I admire in Madonna are things that I strive to be and do myself. As mentioned above, Madonna is strong, hard-working and ambitious. She is also very driven

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    Like a Virgin by Madonna

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    The song “Like a Virgin” by Madonna is often misinterpreted. The song title often throws many people off. If you were to listen to the song you will probably misunderstand the meaning of the song along with many others. The song “Like a Virgin” was not originally written by Madonna. This song was written by two men with the names of Tom Kelly and Billy Steinberg. Billy started writing the song after he had been involved in a very emotionally difficult relationship that had finally ended, and he had

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    Schone Madonna

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    Schone Madonna is a German term meaning “Beautiful Madonna”. This image possibly originated as a response to new ways to practice religion, and in particular, worship of the Virgin in a more personal manner. Three examples of this representation include the Roudnice Madonna, the Madonna of Krumau, and the Jihlava Pieta. The Roudnice Madonna, a 35 1/2” x 26 1/4” panel constructed in approximately 1400, effectively shows the focus on amore soft and attractive Mary than seen in previous depictions.

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    Madonna is a controversial legend whose attitudes and opinions on sexuality have forced the public to take notice and change the image of females in society. Madonna believed women’s sexuality was a natural aspect of life; therefore, she dared to challenge the rules and definitions of femininity and sought to expand the meaning of it. In a male dominated world, she wanted to focus on the importance of women and let them have a voice of their own. Madonna shattered all the myths on traditional beauty

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