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In todays modern society the entertainment industry plays a vital role in peoples everyday life From movies to Broadway music to television or even NASCAR to lawn mower racing everyone has some form of entertainment that grabs their attention In case of the hunger artist he was trying to set a record number of days for fasting However in the end there was no good reason why he chose to do so except that he didnt find the foods he liked The Hunger Artists talent in a way describes the overall actions of society as a whole in the way that it treats entertainers or celebritiesWhen a person first enters the entertainment industry or when someone enters the public eye in any way shape or form the public first has to take notice of this person Once this person is know the public somehow collectively decides whether to accept this person for who they are and what they do or spit them out In the Hunger Artists case from when this profession took place it was an instant hit Everyone wanted to see it and marvel at the amazing talent It is in human nature to follow the current trends to see what everyone else is seeing and at this time it was the hunger artist Modern culture is the same way to an extent seeing how quickly new bands or movie stars make a hit and they make millions of dollars and then they get smacked in the face Society eventually moves away from the current trends at the time and is forced into a change of some kind Whether or not certain entertainers will accept that society is going to change with or with out them is the main concern Not in the hunger artists life though he was going to fast and that was that His only real concern was the record number of days fasting he wanted to break which he
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