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Allusion Analysis

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Paula Gonzalez

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Allusion Analysis
Paula Gonzalez
categories
set of allusions:
Helen of Troy
Marilyn Monroe
Kim Kardashian
Mona Lisa
Beyonce
Kim Kardashian

General media
Mona Lisa

Historical and Artistic
Marilyn Monroe

Historical and general media

Beyonce

General media
common connotation
Helen of Troy

greek mythology
The connotation shared between the set of allusions is that of women being appreciated for outward appearance and perceived as beuty icons despite their other interesting attributes
type of allusion
Citations
Helen of Troy
Marilyn Monroe
Kim Kardashian
Mona Lisa
Beyonce

Beyoncé Talks At-Home Beauty Treatments, Makeup Tricks, and Stealing Her Mother's Perfume
Sullivan", "Kate. "Beyoncé Talks At-Home Beauty Treatments, Makeup Tricks, and Stealing Her Mother's Perfume." Allure. Allure Magazine, 26 June 2016. Web. 07 Apr. 2017.
I Lived Like Kim Kardashian for a Week, Part Two: Beauty
Holmes, Sally. "I Lived Like Kim Kardashian for a Week, Part Two." ELLE. N.p., 23 Jan. 2016. Web. 07 Apr. 2017.
Slut-Shaming Helen of Troy
Wilson, Emily. "Slut-Shaming Helen of Troy."
New Republic. N.p., 26 Apr. 2014. Web. 07 Apr. 2017.
Marilyn AMonroe and J.F.K
"Marilyn Monroe and JFK, by Stephen Lorenzo Walkes." :iconlorenzowalkes:. N.p., n.d. Web. 07 Apr. 2017
Mona Lisa revealed as adventurous beauty
Agencies, Staff And. "Mona Lisa Revealed as Adventurous Beauty." The Guardian. Guardian News and Media, 14 Mar. 2002. Web. 07 Apr. 2017
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text title: Slut-Shaming Helen of Troy
Text Author: Emily Wilson
citation: Wilson, Emily. "Slut-Shaming Helen of Troy." New Republic. N.p., 26 Apr. 2014.
text title: Marilyn Monroe and J.F.K
Text Author: Stephen Lorenzo Walkes
citation: "Marilyn Monroe and JFK, by Stephen Lorenzo Walkes." :iconlorenzowalkes:.

text title: "I loved like Kim Kardasian for a week, part two"
Text Author: Sally Holmes
citation: Holmes, Sally. "I Lived Like Kim Kardashian for a Week, Part Two." ELLE. N.p., 23 Jan. 2016.

text title: "Mona Lisa Revealed as Adventurous beauty"
Text Author: N/A
citation: Agencies, Staff And. "Mona Lisa Revealed as Adventurous Beauty." The Guardian. Guardian News and Media, 14 Mar. 2002.
text title: Beyoncé Talks At-Home Beauty Treatments, Makeup Tricks, and Stealing Her Mother's Perfume
Text Author: Kate Sullivan
citation: Sullivan", "Kate. "Beyoncé Talks At-Home Beauty Treatments, Makeup Tricks, and Stealing Her Mother's Perfume." Allure. Allure Magazine, 26 June 2016
https://newrepublic.com/article/117430/helen-troy-beauty-myth-devastation-ruby-blondell-reviewed
http://lorenzowalkes.deviantart.com/art/Marilyn-Monroe-and-JFK-by-Stephen-Lorenzo-Walkes-394968216
http://www.elle.com/culture/a28661/living-like-kim-kardashian-beauty/
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2002/mar/14/arts.highereducation
http://www.allure.com/story/beyonce-talks-beauty
Helen of troy is discussed in this article as promiscuous and points out the issue with that point of view. She is seen and valued for her beauty and its effect on men. The author is trying to argue her point and convincingly educate those "slut-shaming" the character in this greek mythology.
In this case is it not an author but an artist that is trying to convey the stereotypical view of Marylin as a beauty and fashion icon. It is using modern ideals to convey the image of a self centered and superficial Marylin, targeting a younger audience. The idea of a selfie with perfect hair, make up, and clothes, and her egocentric expression show the icon she has always been portrayed as despite her talents and intelligence.
Kim Kardashian is the modern icon for beauty and fashion. In this article Kim is used as the inspiration for a make over, very much in a physical aspect. The audience is somewhat broad as she has gained vast poparity over the years, yet it is targeted mostly to females and really highlights the importance of physical apperance and certain standars or level of "perfection" women feel obligated, and are under pressure to, obtain.
Mona Lisa is one of the most famous paintings worldwide and it is known for the admiration of the artist toward the mysterious woman. In this article her appearance and effect her beauty has on the general population are heavily questioned. The importance of her real identity has become an obsession to some over the years and her beauty has inspired countless investigations. All to know who the beutiful woman in the painting is.
Beyonce is an admirable woman who has countless accomplishments, and has broken many stereotypes for women and the black community. Her talents are endless and her dedication is mesmerizing. Yet in this interview the questioning all leads to her beauty secrets, preference, ad routine. Of course her beauty is undeniable and deserves to be admired but not once was she questioned on her work ethic, her talents, her music, or her in the community. The young girls and young women reading the magazine are all focusing on the importance of appearance rather than how impressive being a successful empowering woman is.
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