In “Mad Men and the Paradox of the Past,” Natasha Simons draws attention to the contradictions…

In “Mad Men and the Paradox of the Past,” Natasha Simons draws attention to the contradictions…

In “Mad Men and the Paradox of the Past,” Natasha Simons draws attention to the contradictions manifest in the main focus of the series, Don Draper. Write an essay in which you explore the character – including the contradictions – of Don Draper, the infamous creative director at Sterling Cooper, and the “hero” or “anti-hero” of Mad Men. What is it that makes Don Draper so compelling in spite of his bad behavior, bad attitudes, and bad habits? (It might be useful to reread Simon’s “Mad Men and the Paradox of the Past” and Garrett’s “Why We Love TV’s Anti-Heroes” carefully, and watch several episodes of Mad Men to help you construct your argument. Don’t forget to include specific examples to support your discussion!)
Has to be 3 to 4 pages.

In “Mad Men and the Paradox of the Past,” Natasha Simons draws attention to the contradictions…

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