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Designed to prove that a woman can be anybody she desires to be the legendary film Evita is now shown to millions of movie viewers Alan Parkers Evita is a reflection of the much-publicized images of two popular self-made heroines of different era Evita and Madonna The discussion of this essay will show us how these ladies got far and revered once by their followers The life of Evita Peron is almost like a dramatization of a romantic fiction about the tale of a young and poor illegitimate girl who escapes the cruelty and poverty of her hometown and Aflees to the big city to become a movie star fights her way to the top through succession of men marries her countrys president only to die at a young age of 33 Harbinson 154 Eva was born illegitimate in a small remote town of Argentina and spent most of her childhood life under a cloud of illegitimacy Besides being poor Eva and her sisters were regarded as bastard children and for this reason they were Alooked upon as brats and often prevented from associating with the other children of thevillage This sense of rejection and the ridicules that young Eva and her family received from the other villagers formed the basis of her hatred of Argentinas middle and upper classes 19 Eva grew up to be an intelligent beautiful and glamorous teen-ager who attracted many mens attention Aside from her good looks Eva had the charm that could get her all the things she wanted the character of a woman who never gave into negative circumstances and a determination so strong she found her way to the balcony of the presidential palace of Argentina The painful rejection and the traumatic events of her fathers funeral when she and her family were refused entry by his legal wife were still in Evas mind when she left her hometown for the big city to
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