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    Marilyn Monroe Marilyn Monroe‚ formerly known as Norma Jean Baker‚ is a historical inspiration. She was a very confident person. Her strong will always be remembered for that. She was brave going through all the obstacles she faced. She stood up for whatever she believed in and never backed down. Her contributions of being an entertainer‚ singer‚ dancer‚ model‚ actress‚ and wife lend themselves to the way she inspires people today. She had an effortless way of making people feel good about

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    Marilyn Monroe‚ a talented actress‚ model and singer was known for her effortless performances on screen her innocence‚ beauty and her iconic imagine‚ however had a tragic‚ controversial personal life. I. Early Life II. Career and Personal Life A. Career B. Personal Life III. Legacy It is no surprise that Marilyn Monroe’s tragic‚ early death was due to her troubled personal life‚ and that she was a talented actress‚ singer‚ and model whose life was ended much too soon.

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    controversy and speculation. For example‚ Marilyn Monroe’s mysterious death has been analyzed for over 40 years and is still seen as an unsolved puzzle. Marilyn Monroe’s life was cut short on August 4‚ 1962 due to a drug overdose; her death certificate stated probable suicide; however‚ forensic pathologist Dr. Thomas Noguchi stated that it was a murder (Bell). Why is this information hidden from the public in the 1960s? Is there more than meets the eye to Marilyn Monroe and her many affairs? Could the U

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    Marilyn Monroe What do you think when you hear the word movie star? You probably think of a beautiful‚ young‚ very talented actress. When I hear the word‚ I think of Marilyn Monroe. Monroe was a Hollywood glamour with the glow and energy that interested the world. Dominating the age of movie stars to come‚ without a question‚ she is the most famous woman of the 20th century. Born as Norma Jeane Mortenson‚ she had a tough childhood growing up in foster homes and orphanages. But‚ she overcame

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    April 26‚ 2013 Norma Jeane Mortenson‚ also known as Marilyn Monroe‚ was a great inspiration to many people. Though her life started extremely rough being bounced around from home to home as a foster child in Los Angeles‚ she made the most of it. Marilyn had a number of childhood problems‚ but she managed to toughen up and be strong for herself. She started working at an aircraft plant at sixteen and ended up marrying a man known as Daddy to her. They ended up getting a divorce in 1946 as she began

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    Marilyn Monroe | mid-1950s | Born | Norma Jeane Mortenson June 1‚ 1926 Los Angeles‚ California‚ United States | Died | August 5‚ 1962 (aged 36) Brentwood‚ Los Angeles‚ California‚ United States | Cause of death | Barbiturate overdose | Resting place | Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery‚ Westwood‚ Los Angeles | Nationality | American | Other names | Norma Jeane Baker Norma Jeane Dougherty Norma Jeane DiMaggio Marilyn Monroe Miller | Occupation | Actress‚ model‚ singer

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    Marilyn Monroe a Misunderstood Icon Norma Jean Baker‚ more popularly known as Marilyn Monroe‚ was a quintessential actress‚ singer‚ model‚ and showgirl. Although famous for her Hollywood movies‚ songs and everlasting images which highlighted her signature beauty‚ there was so much more to Marilyn. She lived in an era where media only captured her physical appearance and this is how the public identified with her. The notion to see her was to know her is a false perception. In the words of Marilyn

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    “ I am not interested in money. I just want to be wonderful” Marilyn Monroe was born Norma Jeane Baker on June 1‚ 1926. Her mother’s name was Gladys Baker Mortensen. Baker being the name of her other two children and Mortensen the name of her last husband who disappeared just months after their marriage in 1924. Although Edward Mortensen was Gladys’ husband at the time of Norma’s birth‚ he was not her father. No one knows for sure who her father was‚ but it was believed that it was Gladys’

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    The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe by J. Randy Taraborrelli I. In the novel‚ The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe‚ I acquired much new information. Primarily‚ vocabulary was challenging and required me to read more closely. For example‚ I learned idiosyncrasy is the characteristic or manner that is peculiar to an individual. Also‚ congenital means to have a specific character by nature. In addition‚ facts about historical people were mentioned in the book. For instance‚ John F. Kennedy had birthday

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    has some kind of sexual appeal to her. That sexual appeal was make big by Marilyn Monroe. Known as one of the most photographed‚ most famous‚ and most misunderstood Hollywood actress of all time‚ Monroe changed Hollywood and set the bar high for the upcoming actresses. Marilyn Monroe not only changed Hollywood‚ but also changed the world through her acting‚ constant determination‚ and female strength. Marilyn Monroe changed the world through her acting. Her first movie‚ The Asphalt Jungle

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