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Celebrity Accessories Sold at Inflated Prices

In his book Fame Attack, Professor Christopher Rojek explores how we've turned celebrities into modern day idols. Rojek writes:

In the early days of Hollywood, the [media] described celebrities as "gods" and "goddesses." It credited them with "magic" and messianic "spellbinding" power …. They were not called 'stars' for ...

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