Analysis Of ' Why Vampires Never Die '

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Fugleman: a soldier placed in front of a military company as a good model during training drills; fugle(wo)man: Beyoncé. Beyoncé Knowles-Carter has grown to be a current day icon because of her encouragement to women through her music discussing feminism, body image, and confidence. Pop culture stars have a unique reputation of pleasing everyone because they have to influence the billions of people tuned into their everyday lives. Could you imagine the pressure of children, teens, young adults, along with elders breathing down your neck awaiting for your next move, but mainly focusing on your failure? Beyoncé knows all eyes are on her, but she does not hesitate to be herself in the lime light, she embraces who she is as well as helps others figure out who they truly are. Vampires are another culture icon for people who long to obtain what they know they can not have, implied authors Toro, Guillermo, and Chuck Hogan in their article “Why Vampires Never Die” in the New York Times magazine. Beyoncé and vampires relate to one another by influencing and relating to culture, but they also differ. Beyoncé brings hope to this generation while the vampire is a reminder of what we can never become. Beyoncé grew up in Houston, Texas with her respectable mother, compassionate father and selfless little sister. She is fortunate enough to have had a great childhood with parents who love her and are great role models for her and her sister. Beyoncé remembers her childhood through her
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