Jackie after Jack: portrait of the lady
Jack was the love of my life. No one will ever know a big part of me died with him. Jackie Kennedy was only thirty-four when Camelot ended with a blaze of gunfire on November 22, 1963. Here Christopher Andersen draws on previously sealed archival material and newly declassified documents to paint a sympathetic, yet often startling portrait of Jackie in all her complexity. Alone after Dallas, Jackie summoned the strength and dignity to go on ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
Found this to be a highly engaging biography of Jackie's life following her first marriage. The thing that really gets me, though, is that people still call John Jr. "John-John". The Kennedys have denied that they ever called him that. Yet, the author continues to refer to him by this name until he is a teenager. Highly unprofessional, in my view. Other than a few editorial mistakes, and a few personal disagreements, this book is recommended for anyone wanting to know more about America's Queen.
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What an eye opener. This is best read with a copy of DSM-IV in hand. She gets all the credit for promulgating the "Camelot myth" that has endured to this day. And we all know how she revitalized the ...