Oprah Winfrey: The Real Story

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Carol Publishing Group, Jan 1, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 376 pages
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After an unstable and traumatic childhood (which included rape), Oprah's career took off when she was hired by television station WTVF in Nashville at the age of 19. Journalist George Mair has interviewed Oprah's friends, family, enemies, and critics to present this definitive saga of her struggle and success. 24 page of photographs (many in color).

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After Winfrey's 11th-hour withdrawal of her autobiography last year, her fans may hope that this "unauthorized" version will be full of personal revelations. Unfortunately, this effort presents just ... Read full review

Contents

The Years With Mother
11
Life With Father
23
Almost Dead in Baltimore
39
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George Mair lives in Dana Point, California.

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