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  • Marilyn Monroe Accomplishments

    school at these times but dropped out at the age of 15 . The only way she could get away was to get married and that was exactly what she did when she married Jimmy Dougherty when she was only 16 but that is what she had to do to get away. That is why her young life was nothing of the bright side (Biography). Then she went on to her famed career. Throughout her career she had many relationships but none of them lasted very long. Her most memorable though was Joe Dimaggio who was a famous baseball player but it was only for 2 years. She did jumound a lot and that is what some people would remember her for. During all of this she was taking a lot of actress jobs and taking a lot of photo shoots. She got her start in the movie called The Asphalt Jungle and it was a small part but it really started her career. The biggest thing though was what other people thought of her. People viewed her as the “dumb blonde” because she always acted dumb in her movies but still people though she was the best looking of that time period which also got her attention with all the boys that she was with throughout her life. That is Marilyn Monroe’s famed career that landed fame for the ages (Marilyn Monroe). Along with the famed career comes a tragic death for Marilyn Monroe. She died on August 5, 1962, at 36 years old which is very young. It was at her home in Los Angeles, California. She was found dead with an empty bottle of sleeping pills next to her bed which was determined her cause of…

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  • Why Was Marilyn Monroe So Popular

    career started. Norma was on 33 magazine covers in a matter of weeks. She did modeling for a little while and then was approached to do a movie. She changed her name to Marilyn Monroe. She chose Marilyn because it was her grandmother’s middle name and Monroe because it was her mother’s maiden name. On July 23, 1946 she signed a contract with 20 century fox and earned a minor role in “Scudda- Hoo!, Scudda-Hay!”. She played the foolish blonde for countless roles, but what people didn’t know is…

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  • Essay On Brushing Cat Teeth

    and why to do Pothole Repair, specially during the winter Description: the following article will guide you about the necessity of repairing the potholes on the road that cause some accidents at times. It will talk about the procedures too. All over the winter, the roads of locality, driveways, parking lots, highways, and lots of other asphalt surfaces go through a lot of damage. One small crack can turn into a large fissure in just one snow storm. Water will indeed freeze within cracks and…

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  • The Effects Of Road Architecture

    The new trend in civil engineering is nothing other than road architecture, where traditional roads are modified with a pinch of garbage. The serving purpose of the new technology of roads is to recycle wastes that are just cluttering the earth. Traditional concrete and asphalt roads are made from crushed minerals then mended together with a base material. The problem here with traditional roads is the waste of heat and the poor quality; the tar coating tends to let water seep through and over…

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  • Essay On The Jungle By Upton Sinclair

    Upton Sinclair and his work ‘The Jungle’ impacted the United States during the 20th century because it gave people a visual on the kind of “meat” they actually ate, how the food was treated, as well as how the animals lived amongst the people during the time before the process into food began. Sinclair once stated, “I aimed at the public’s heart by accident hit it’s stomach.” Sinclair’s intentions were to inform people of the poor conditions the immigrants faced during this time while featuring…

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  • Compare And Contrast Essay About Sweatshops

    Comparison and Contrast about sweatshops Indeed society view sweatshops as a repulsive place to be in, we view being in a sweatshop factories is being hell on earth where individuals work like animals for their greedy employers. There is also comparison between the advantages and disadvantages about sweatshops. Till today, in every sweatshop owner’s point of view, ever since the starting of the very first sweatshop in Ecuador, these factories are definitely strength and advantages for them to…

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  • Comparing Upton Sinclair's The Jungle And The Gilded Age

    Upton Sinclair's’ book the Jungle, is based over the Gilded Age in history. In the Gilded Age things did not appear as it seemed. For example the meat packing industry was very disgusting and the bosses hid those types of things from the public. In the story Sinclair writes about a family that are immigrants who are trying to survive in the inner parts of Chicago. The family gets cheated out of everything and nothing rarely ever goes their way. The first struggle the family had had…

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  • Imperialism In The Jungle Book

    A jungle is typically thought of as a forest with luscious green trees and vibrant arrays of colors. While there are varying definitions that stem from the word “jungle”, they all have a similar underlying meaning of a setting with perplexities or dangers. Embodying this definition is the live-action movie The Jungle Book, which depicts “jungle” in both the literal and figurative sense. This movie takes place deep in the dense jungles of India and narrates a story of Mowgli’s struggle to survive…

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  • Essay On Progressive Movement

    American life during the 1800s and early 1900s had an abundance of social, political, and economic issues. Progressive and populist reformers worked to improve such complications, which can be seen during the Progressive Movement. The Progressive Movement’s success can be recognized through issues such as meat packing, women’s rights, and workers safety. Meat packing was a major issue during this time period. The factories where the meat was processed was extremely unsanitary and had unfit…

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  • Upton Sinclair's 'The Appeal To Reason'

    novel is about the life of immigrants moving to America Searching for the American dream. Upton Sinclair originally wrote this for a Socialist magazine to try to show the benefits of changing to a Socialist society, but it is not what the public gained from it. Upton Sinclair is quoted as saying “I aimed at the public’s heart and by accident I hit it in the stomach,” because his novel did not get the reception he was looking for. The Jungle was first published in a Socialist magazine called…

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