Marilyn Monroe in Popular Culture

Marilyn Monroe In Popular Culture

Marilyn Monroe's life and persona have been used in film, television, music, the arts, and by other celebrities.


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    My work is the only ground I’ve ever had to stand on. I seem to have a whole superstructure with no foundation—but I’m working on the foundation.
    Marilyn Monroe (1926–1962)

    Popular culture is seductive; high culture is imperious.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    As the end of the century approaches, all our culture is like the culture of flies at the beginning of winter. Having lost their agility, dreamy and demented, they turn slowly about the window in the first icy mists of morning. They give themselves a last wash and brush-up, their ocellated eyes roll, and they fall down the curtains.
    Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)

    People try so hard to believe in leaders now, pitifully hard. But we no sooner get a popular reformer or politician or soldier or writer or philosopher—a Roosevelt, a Tolstoy, a Wood, a Shaw, a Nietzsche, than the cross-currents of criticism wash him away. My Lord, no man can stand prominence these days. It’s the surest path to obscurity. People get sick of hearing the same name over and over.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)

    Husbands are chiefly good as lovers when they are betraying their wives.
    —Marilyn Monroe (1926–1962)