Walking with Garbo: conversations and recollections
HarperCollins Publishers, Sep 24, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 222 pages
After meeting Greta Garbo at a party in the early 1960s, Daum was invited by the great actress to accompany her on her strolls aroung Manhattan. The two became close friends, and Daum began to keep notes of Garbo's comments about everything from life in the city to how to make coffee. Daum's reminiscences are linked by Muse's anecdotal biography, based on original interviews and archival material never before published. 75 photographs.
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Review: Walking with Garbo: Conversations and RecollectionsUser Review - Carolyn Romaine - Goodreads
Not bad, but glosses over the details and just gives small snippets of information. Doesn't make me like GG Very much. Read full review
Review: Walking with Garbo: Conversations and RecollectionsUser Review - Amy Wolf - Goodreads
A really interesting book about a rare friend of Garbo's who used to go walking with her after she became a recluse in New York. We learn about her storied past as Hollywood's Queen & empathize with her not wanting to be seen and destroy the illusion of glamor. Very powerful. Read full review