Martha Stewart: A Heroine Argumentative Essay by Master Researcher

Martha Stewart: A Heroine
A persuasive essay arguing that Martha Steward possess all the qualities that define a heroine.
# 90585 | 675 words | 0 sources | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in English (Argument) , Women Studies (Historical Figures)

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This paper takes the position that Martha Stewart, while not considered a heroine by many, actually has more characteristics of a heroine than many people who are famous today. The paper acknowledges that Steward did make many mistakes, which include lying about insider trading and being a difficult manager, but she also worked her way up from being a housewife to going to prison to making a comeback, and this certainly, makes her a heroine. The paper asserts that Martha Stewart can be called a heroine because she creative, influential, and courageous -- all qualities of a hero.

From the Paper:

"Martha Stewart is creative. Martha Stewart took an American Dream and made it come true. She is an entrepreneur who is creative in the arts of cooking, gardening, crafts, and home decoration. Her name is on many products that women buy for their homes. Martha Stewart came from a poor, Polish-American family that had six children."

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