The Secret History of Wonder Woman - Chapters 28-30 Summary & Analysis

Lepore, Jill
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Chapter 28, titled “Superprof,” details the level of success and happiness Marston achieved due to Wonder Woman and the illness that cut his life short. The success of Wonder Woman had made Marston and his family more financially successful than ever before. Marston rented out an office in Manhattan and hired a student, Joye E. Hummel, as a writer and editor for the comic. At their home in Rye, New York, the Marston family would frequently host parties and were renowned as being fun and gracious hosts. He began asking his children for help with writing Wonder Woman, an engagement which he adored. Though he was enjoying such a high level of success, he still desired to make his mark in the academic world. He wrote an article about the efficacy of comics as a literary form. This article was uniformly derided by academics...

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