Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe

The Biography

Book - 1993
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This biography makes use of previously unreleased documents, including letters, diaries and other intimate papers, to shed new light on Marilyn's complex marriages to Joe DiMaggio and Arthur Miller as well as her controversial relationships with the Strasberg and Kennedy families.
Publisher: New York : HarperCollins, c1993
ISBN: 9780060179878
0060179872
Branch Call Number: 791/.43/028/092/Monro/-S 4901 02
791/.43/028/092/Monro/-S 4902 01
791/.43/028/092/Monro/-S 4903 01
Characteristics: xix, 698 p. : ill

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Nov 29, 2016

The biography that is dedicated to facts, written well, and is sensitive to its subject. I read all 700+ pages of it in one weekend.

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May 20, 2011

What a great book honoring one of the greatest, yet terribly misunderstood, actressed of all time. Thanks to you Donald Spoto, I can now better grasp the suffering that goes hand-in-hand with mental illness.

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