The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe

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When Marilyn Monroe became famous, the world was told that her mother was either dead or simply not a part of her life. In fact, her mentally ill mother was very much present in Marilyn's world and the complex family dynamic that unfolded behind the scenes is a story that has never been told. Taraborrelli draws complex and sympathetic portraits of the women influential in the actress' life. He also reveals the shocking scope of Marilyn's own mental illness, the identity of Marilyn's father and the half-brother she never knew, and new information about her relationship with the Kennedys.
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ISBN-13: 9780330461351
ISBN-10: 0330461354
Pagini: 576
Ilustrații: Illustrations, ports.
Dimensiuni: 133 x 196 x 40 mm
Greutate: 0.50 kg
Ediția: Unabridged ed
Editura: Pan Macmillan

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J. Randy Taraborrelli is the author of twelve books, including the major bestsellers Madonna: An Intimate Biography, Michael Jackson: The Magic and the Madness, and Once Upon a Time: The Story of Princess Grace, Prince Rainier and their Family.


"Readable and mesmerizing...This will probably stand as the definitive Monroe biography..."
Library Journal (starred review)
"As Taraborrelli brushes away cobwebs of myth and rumor, his remarkable research and fluid writing captures Marilyn's elan, sensitivity, desperation and despair with a haunting intimacy."—Publishers Weekly (starred review)