“If you hide your ignorance, no one will hit you and you will never learn.” (fahrenheit 451) In the book fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury, Clarisse Mcclellan is a pure and innocent young girl who doesn't follow the “norm” of her society. In the short story “cold equations”, by Tom Godwin, Marilyn is also a pure and innocent young girl who is ignorant of the “norm” of her society. The similarities between Clarisse and Marilyn are impressive and the deserve further evaluation. They both show their innocence and purity, they both show how they don't follow the “norm” of their society, and they both show how they play a huge role in others lives.
This small part gained the attention of many people in the 1950’s. With many more small parts, Marilyn started developing her career. Impressing her audience and critics in All About Eve, she wanted to update her look. In 1953, Monroe came to develop her well known image of being a sex symbol. She acted as a bubbly, dumb blonde in most of her films. Acting dumb caused Monroe to be complimented on how good her comedic skills were. Even with all of her fans and compliments, Monroe was insecure(Marilyn Monroe Climbs to Stardom). She did not think she was a good
Marilyn Monroe was born Norma Jeane Mortensen on June 1st 1926, in Los Angeles California (“The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe”22). She was placed in a foster home right after birth due to her mother’s lack of trust. The beginning of her life consisted of moving to and from different foster homes and orphanages until in 1937, Grace and Doc Goddard took her in for a couple of years. The Goddard’s were paid twenty five dollars a week by Monroe’s mother (“The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe”28). In 1942 Doc got transferred to the East Coast and they could not afford to pay for Monroe anymore. Monroe got sent back to a foster care at the age of seven where she said she was sexually assaulted and later said she was raped, she needed a way out (“The Secret Life of Marilyn
Marilyn Monroe was found dead on August 5, 1962. In the room of her home in Brentwood, California. On August 5, 1962, at 4:55 am, the chief of police department of Los Angeles, Jack Clemmons received a disturbing call. His interlocutor was Dr. Greenson, Marilyn Monroe 's psychiatrist, and the message was clear: the actress had died. The police were the first on the scene and found a number of inconsistencies in the testimonies of the two doctors and the housekeeper. The death scene looked neat, and clean sheets changed and the body had been moved. Clemmons did not fail to notice that at that time, Mrs. Murray was washing clothes, which caused great surprise. Mortem lividity not matched by other unnatural posture when police According to his version, he got up and saw that the lights were on Monroe room. When he reached the naked and lifeless on the bed woman was Many people say that his death was due to an overdose. But most people say that Marilyn was murdered. Until now the police and detectives say the cause of her murder was supposedly had intimate relationship with President John F. Kennedy. Marilyn Monroe had relationships with very dangerous and powerful people, who had much money. Marilyn Monroe had a diary where she wrote all the conversations and activities of her life. There were secrets of US State. It is said that the Kennedys were those who ordered the murder of Marilyn Monroe, as her relationship with John F. Kennedy could affect the status of the American government and the Kennedy family, and the information that Marilyn 's diary had. I have three theories about what might have happened: The first one: the Kennedy may have been to keep his secrets on The State of the United States or to maintain the reputation of President John F. Kennedy. The second one: They may have been those powerful and dangerous with Marilyn maintained relations with
Tom Godwin’s short story “The Cold Equations” illustrates how one should think of and become accepting of their consequences whether it's deserved or not. The story is about an Emergency Dispatch Ship, also known as an EDS, with the pilot on a mission to give a group of six men who have a fatal fever. The pilot, Barton, during his mission finds a stowaway named Marilyn found in a small closet on the ship. Marilyn was a young girl trying to go to Mimir, for she had a destination waiting and hoped to see her brother who she hasn't seen in 10 years, but little did she know that there was a previously set protocol that determines the life of a stowaway. Barton had sympathy for the girl and did his best to help her by contacting headquarters and asked if there was any way he could spare Marilyn’s life
Born as Freda Josephine McDonald on June 3, 1906, in Saint Louis. Her mother had dreams of becoming a music-hall dancer, but gave them up to become a mother and washerwoman and her father abandoned them when she was an infant. Most of her time as a youth was spent in poverty. To help support her family, she started cleaning houses and babysitting at the age of eight often being mistreated. At the age of 13 she ran away from home, found work as a waitress at a club where she met her first husband Willie Wells, who she divorced only weeks later. It was around this time that Josephine first took up dancing, honing her skills, both in clubs and in street performances, by 1919 she was touring the United States with the Jones Family Band and the Dixie Steppers performing comedic skits. By 1921 she married her second husband, Willie Baker whose name she obtained even after they divorced years later.
Often referred to as "The First Lady of Song," Ella Fitzgerald was one of the most popular female jazz singers in the United States. Throughout her career, Ella was awarded thirteen Grammys and sold over 40 million albums. With a voice that not only encompassed a large range, but a dynamic and powerful sound, Ella could sing almost anything from scatting to the popular tunes of her day. She performed in the top venues all around the world to packed houses, with audiences as diverse as the music she created. Ella came from a small town and impoverished family, but through her talent and determination, skyrocketed to fame creating a legacy that has withstood the sands of time.
Marilyn Monroe Autopsy PictureExternal examination: The unembalmed body is that of a 36-year-old well-developed, well-nourished Caucasian female weighing 117 pounds and measuring 65-1/2 inches in length. The scalp is covered with bleached blond hair. The eyes are blue. The fixed lividitv is noted in the face, neck, chest, upper portions of arms and the right side of the abdomen. The faint lividity which disappears upon pressure is noted in the back and posterior aspect of the arms and legs. A slight ecchymotic area is noted in the left hip and left side of lower back. The breast shows no significant lesion. There is a horizontal 3-inch long surgical scar in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen. A suprapubic surgical scar measuring 5 inches in length is noted. The conjunctivae are markedly congested; however, no ecehymosis or petechiae are noted. The nose shows no evidence of fracture. The external auditory canals are not remarkable:. No evidence of trauma is noted in the scalp, forehead, cheeks, lips or chin. The neck shows no evidence of trauma. Examination of the hands and nails shows no defects. The lower extremities show no evidence of trauma.
Marilyn Monroe was an icon: an image that innumerous young women have aspired to become, idolize in more ways than one, and inspire many more people in the entire world to reach for fame and fortune—even if these seekers come from unfortunate backgrounds with no ties to anything more. She was found in a factory during World War II. Her real name was Norma Jeane, and she originally was a brunette. A photographer discovered her while taking pictures in a plant that produced miniature remote-control planes that acted as tools for practice for anti-aircraft. Marilyn, or Norma Jeane—at the age of nineteen—was putting the propellers on these planes when David Conover came to the place of Monroe’s employment by the request of President Ronald Reagan.
She would look in the mirror and panic because she was unsure of herself. She was a model, singer, and actress. She had so much talent and she put it to use. She used her talents to go places and make a career for herself. She had many iconic moments in her career and even after her death these moments are still seen today. Monroe created an image of her own and stuck to it. Created her own style, and unique character. Even today in media she is still talked about because she left a very important impact on the world. Marilyn Monroe did many things in her life time and accomplished a lot. In Marilyn’s time she created a lot of firsts which will forever be in history. This beauty queen, modeling star, and Hollywood hero will forever be one of the greatest people in history and the most important person in our U.S.
Angela Evelyn Bassett was born August 16, 1958 in New York, NY (“Angela” Biography 1). Her mother, Betty Jane Gilbert was a social worker and her father, a preacher’s son, Daniel Benjamin Bassett. Bassett and her sister D’nette moved to St. Petersburg, Florida with their mother (“Angela” IMDB 1). Angela Bassett watched the story Of
Shirley temple came into this world on April 23, 1928. Her parents, Gertrude and George Francis Temple, already had two other children and lived in Santa Monica, California. A couple of years after her birth, at age three and a half, she was enrolled into dancing school. Once she started going through her
The Kennedy’s? The Mafia? Overdose? Murder? 55 years later, the death of one of the most famous American icons, Marilyn Monroe, is still a conspiracy. Marilyn Monroe (birth name Norma Jeane Mortenson) was born on the 1st of June, 1926 at the Los Angeles County Hospital. Marilyn never knew her father’s identity. Marilyn was placed in the care of a foster family, The Bolenders, as her mother Gladys Pearl Baker was mentally and financially unable to care for her. Marilyn was taken back into Gladys’ care when she was 7 years old as she eventually was able to stabilise her lifestyle. However, Gladys was committed to a state mental hospital as she had a mental breakdown and was diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic. She spent the rest of her life going in and out of hospitals and did not have contact with Marilyn ever again. Due to these unfortunate
Norma Jeane Mortenson or more widely known as Marilyn Monroe was a prestigious superstar that came to the spotlight in the 1950’s. Marilyn Monroe didn’t have a childhood she liked to look back on. Her mother wasn’t able to care for her so she went back and forth from an orphanage to her aunt's house. She had quoted that she would pretend to be happy to be happy. So how did this lonely child become one of the substantial superstars in the 1950’s? Was it because of her marriage or good looks? How did the public perceive this newcomer, and what did she do for a living.
Diana Vreeland was the 20th century fashion genius whose achievements left timeless marks on the fashion world. From the time Diana started her career in Harper’s Bazaar in late 1930’s and throughout all of her life, including as fashion editor and then editor in Vogue from 1962 and later in Metropolitan Museum, she is recognized as the empress of fashion. Diana was spreading the ideas of the women of now by creating