Cottle, Michelle
July 2000
New Republic;07/10/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 2/3, p50
Narrates on the experiences of the author who has a resemblance to Hillary Clinton, the first lady of U.S. president Bill Clinton. Description of the physical likeness; Assessment of the wary eye of the people for celebrities; Generalization of the physical attributes of blonde women; Derivation of annoying comments; Suffering from endless succession of strangers disrupting her dinner; Apology of the people after noting the physical similarity.


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