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Death Is Better Than Being Imperfect-NOT The poem Barbie Doll by Marge Piercy states that this girl would rather be dead and beautiful than alive and ugly Most girls this day and age have the same state of mind Society makes you think that its better to be dead and perfect than alive and imperfect It is really sad how looks are more important than intelligence and talent In reality the American youth doesnt have very good role models Britney Spears is pretty but she has no talent Yet she is famous not for her voice not for her acting skills but because she is beautiful In the beginning of this poem the main character is living a normal and happy childhood When she hits puberty someone says something that will affect her life forever You have a great big nose and fat legs 6 is very harsh for an adolescent to hear when shes just beginning to develop At this moment she begins to think that she is not good enough A comment from the adolescent years can stay in your head forever That is why many young women today have very low self-esteem At this time is where Being dead and perfect is better than being alive and imperfect begins to get imbedded in her mind The second paragraph states that this girl is very smart normal and has every chance in the world of becoming something good in her life She was healthy tested intelligent 7 Unfortunately this comment made about her sometime ago still haunts her Its unnecessary to apologize for something thats out of your hands No person in the world should have to apologize for the way they look Its very weird that her fellow peers are extremely close minded Everyone saw a fat nose on thick legs 11 In this day and age being the butt of every ones jokes can turn suicidal or homicidal in the
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