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Christopher Donahue 1152001 Americas Favorite Doll A Barbie doll takes on the personality of its owner Barbie in this story is whatever the two girls want her to be Maybe it is an inner self trying to get out or perhaps an imitation of events that were witnessed One can only speculate Barbie Dolls stand for beauty and a carefree lifestyle They are well equipped with clothes and accessories The public fell to the marketing antics of what a girl should look like Most children think of Barbie as themselves grown up She didnt look like the average mom She looked like a movie star So she mesmerized the young She had a career a car and boyfriendsShe personified all that a girl would want to be beautiful stylish generous intelligent and carefree This was the out that girls wanted There would be no more practicing to be moms cooks and babysitters Did this mean that the world was at Barbies fingertips If so then the owner was free to choose These children could not afford a whole series of Barbie dolls from a store Each girl was allowed one doll and one outfit They made another dress from an old sock Then one lucky day they came upon a bunch of Barbie at a flea market Every Barbie style was available The girls did not have to wait until Christmas for a new doll These dolls were not perfect Some parts were melted and some were filled with soot The author gave Barbie real life situations She had feelings and problems Barbie became imperfect She had problems with her roommate boyfriend and wardrobe In the end I think the author was telling a story of her
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