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Jacqueline Bouvier An Intimate Memoir (Paperback)

Author:  John H. Davis
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0471249440
ISBN-13: 9780471249443
Sku: 30298561
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9H x 6.25L x 0.75T
Pages:  208
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Critical Acclaim for Jacqueline Bouvier John Davis’ s intimate memoir of his beloved first cousin " Readers longing for a dignified and elegant approach to Jackie’ s early years will enjoy this biographical gem by John H. Davis." — Boston Herald " Goes a long way to highlight the formative influence of her privileged back-ground and her warm relationship with her father, the philandering Jack (Black Jack) Bouvier." — Los Angeles Times " Re-creates a colorful, fast-fading slice of American life as it flourished in the shadows of toll hedges and long lineages." — The Miami Herald " The most charming and reliable in the batch Ýof Jackie books¨ is Davis’ s memoir." — The Atlanta Journal and Constitution " Entertaining, a guilty pleasure." — The Associated Press " This tender memoir of Jackie’ s early years sheds much light on the future woman we all wanted to know but never could." — The Star-Ledger (Newark)
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Critical Acclaim for Jacqueline Bouvier John Davis’s intimate memoir of his beloved first cousin "Readers longing for a dignified and elegant approach to Jackie’s early years will enjoy this biographical gem by John H. Davis." —Boston Herald "Goes a long way to highlight the formative influence of her privileged back-ground and her warm relationship with her father, the philandering Jack (Black Jack) Bouvier." —Los Angeles Times "Re-creates a colorful, fast-fading slice of American life as it flourished in the shadows of toll hedges and long lineages." —The Miami Herald "The most charming and reliable in the batch [of Jackie books] is Davis’s memoir." —The Atlanta Journal and Constitution "Entertaining, a guilty pleasure." —The Associated Press "This tender memoir of Jackie’s early years sheds much light on the future woman we all wanted to know but never could." —The Star-Ledger (Newark)Illustrated with vintage family photos, many never before published, Jacqueline Bouvier evokes the roots of a young Jacqueline whose style and courage would captivate millions worldwide. This account is written by her first cousin and offers a rare look at the people, places, and events that created this public, yet private, personality. Even as a girl, Davis says Jackie showed a penchant for rogues, foreshadowing her later marriages to the dashing but reckless JFK and the notorious Aristotle Onassis.Critical Acclaim for Jacqueline Bouvier John Davis’s intimate memoir of his beloved first cousin "Readers longing for a dignified and elegant approach to Jackie’s early years will enjoy this biographical gem by John H. Davis." —Boston Herald "Goes a long way to highlight the formative influence of her privileged back-ground and her warm relationship with her father, the philandering Jack (Black Jack) Bouvier." —Los Angeles Times "Re-creates a colorful, fast-fading slice of American life as it flourished in the shadows of toll hedges and long lineages." —The Miami Herald "The most charming and reliable in the batch [of Jackie books] is Davis’s memoir." —The Atlanta Journal and Constitution "Entertaining, a guilty pleasure." —The Associated Press "This tender memoir of Jackie’s early years sheds much light on the future woman we all wanted to know but never could." —The Star-Ledger (Newark)

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"Although the broad outlines of Jacueline Bouvier's childhood are familiar, Davis's memories add details that will help readers better understand this most celebrated, most mysterious woman." 08/01/1996
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Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0208
Product attributePublisher:   John Wiley & Sons
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