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By Steven Heggings

Luck is feasible. even supposing there are strength abilities that fall through the wayside, not able to endure the preliminary judgment, many extra persist until eventually they turn into international icons. during this booklet, you will discover the superb tales of the stars that needed to conquer adversity to accomplish their goals.

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He started drinking heavily and neglected his work; he stopped teaching and sank into a deep depression. He committed suicide on March 26, 1969. Soon after that, his mother asked the author Walker Percy to read the manuscript. Percy fell in love with the book and took it to various publishers. A Confederacy of Dunces was published in 1980 with an introduction by Percy himself. In 1981, Toole was posthumously awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and, in France, the prize for best foreign language novel.

In 1960, Hollywood awarded him an honorary Academy Award for his artistic contribution to the film industry. He passed away in 1966. By then, his genius had been rediscovered by younger generations, placing him in the paradigmatic position he enjoys today. • - 16 - Marilyn Monroe Norma Jeane Mortenson was rejected by her father, who was not able to support her and by her mother, who gave her up for adoption to her best friend Grace McKee. Grace’s husband abused Norma Jeane when she was 9. Then, she was adopted again, this time by the Brunings family; one of their sons abused her once more.

In 2003, the Rolling Stone magazine selected him as the greatest guitarist ever. • - 4 - Madonna After quitting college, the pop queen moved to New York City with the firm intention of becoming an international star. In order to support herself, she got a job at Dunkin’ Donuts in Times Square, but only lasted one day. She was dismissed because she covered several clients with gelatine. She worked however in other fast food chains as a waitress, until she created a band and produced some material, which was presented to the producer Jimmy Ienner of Millennium Records.

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