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Dolly Parton, a Hero?
Transcript of Dolly Parton, a Hero?
Singing and Acting She Doesn't Have Every
Characteristic of a Hero Dolly Parton is No Hero Dolly was singed with a couple of labels before her career rocketed when she joined the Porter Wagoner Show in 1967. Parton and Wagoner made plenty of songs together leading her to a contract with RCA Records. Dolly Rebecca Parton -Courage: She shows courage by overlooking any stage fright, judgment, and doubt.
-Selflessness: She does not show the characteristic of selflessness.
-Initiative: Dolly has initiative, because she had a dream and actually fulfilled it.
-Intelligence: Dolly needed some intelligence to get to where she is today by knowing who to talk to, what to do, and what not to do.
-Conscience: Dolly does not shwo any conscience, though, that does not make her a bad person. It is just not displayed. Dolly does not possess the most important characteristic of a hero. She does not show any selflessness. The one thing that makes you most a hero is selflessness. A hero is someone or something that puts others before himself, because they matter more to them than their self. A hero is someone who does for others because they want to and not because they have to. -Born in 1946
-Hometown- Sevierville, Tennessee
-The fourth of twelve children
-Started singing at a young age and became a child performer, but didn't start her career until after she graduated