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Remembering Marilyn (Hardcover)

Author: Life Magazine Editor:  Robert Sullivan
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Learn more about Remembering Marilyn:

Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 1603200797
ISBN-13: 9781603200790
Sku: 211306616
Publish Date: 10/13/2009
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.5H x 8.75L x 0.5T
Pages:  128
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From a hard childhood lived largely in foster homes, she ascended to the highest of Hollywood heights-
a screen icon beyond compare. And then she died young under mysterious circumstances, tragically
cementing her legend. The life story of Norma Jeane Baker, the girl who would become Marilyn Monroe, is as thrilling, glamorous and dramatic as anything seen on the big screen, and the camera was there to capture every chapter. With intimate, rarely seen photographs of a pretty little child growing up in California during the 1930s right through to the classic imagery of the movie star in the 1950s and ''60s made by LIFE''s legendary team of photographers, this book is a warm portrait of a woman who was majestic and vulnerable in equal measure. These pages prove beyond any doubt: There has never been another like Marilyn, and there never will be.
From the Publisher:
Carefully choosing from the portfolios of photographers who knew the icon well and who were with her in her unguarded moments, LIFE presents an intimate, warm portrait of a lovely, vulnerable woman.
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